For many years now the smell of good found and the sounds of cheering friends have been coming out of this big brick building in downtown Mt. Clemens.
"It's a very old building, it was built in the early 1900s. It's been a couple of different things throughout the years, but for the last 30 years it has been a restaurant. Bath City Bistro has been here for the last 17 years," explains managing partner Andrew Scheys.
Over the years they have become known for their good food. They serve classic American bistro items like hamburgers, pizza and sandwiches. They are also rolling out a new winter menu that includes their new beer-battered fish and chips made with Bell's Two Hearted Ale.
They are also known for their feather bowling. In case you've never heard of it before, feather bowling is a sport that originated in Belgium that uses round wooden balls called wheels and a feather. There are two teams and each of them has 6 wheels. The goal is to roll the wheels down the lane and get them as close to the feather as possible. The team with the closest wheel earns a point and an additional point for every other wheel that is closer than the other teams' closest wheel.
Bath City Bistro has 3 feather bowling lanes you can book.
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