Monday, February 7, 2011
McGeady's Town Pub in Monroe
McGeady's has been around so long that even General Custer frequented the place! We were told he had his last drink here before heading out to his infamous last stand. We thoroughly enjoyed the rustic Irish surroundings and the friendly waitstaff and yes!--they serve Michigan local brews. Located on Monroe Street, they offer three levels for gatherings, parties and a dance floor as well as homemade soups, hamburgers and sandwiches, steaks and pasta, too. The hand-painted mural up above highlights the historical buildings downtown and of course, the statue of Custer, which we've mentioned before here.