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A 12 Sherman Publications, Inc. Progress Edition 2016 The place to be on Lake Louise:Bullfrogs Sports Bar & Grill

It’s been 17 years since an empty building on the shores Lake Louise was transformed into Bullfrogs Restaurant, an iconic gathering place to kick back and enjoy your favorite meal or beverage and sportimg event. “It was John Hagar’s life-long dream to open a sports venue—family restaurant,” said Kim Hagar, who along with John purchased the building in 1995. “The inside was 99 percent gutted and redone. Over the years we’ve had sev- eral additions from the Tiki Bar to the spacious deck to the big screen plasma televisions—but the original concept con- tinues attract patrons.”

Just 5 miles north of I-75, off exit 91, Bullfrogs Restaurant 2225 Ortonville Road, offers a festive atmosphere with enter- tainment every night of the week.

Whether out on the deck or in the dining room Bullfrogs offers something for everyone. Bring the whole family or just enjoy a date night with your spouse or significant other Bull- frogs is sure to please.

“Our Tiki Bar is one of the biggest outdoor bars in Oak- land County,” said John Hager, Jr. Even when the evenings get cool, guests can warm up by lounging near the outdoor fireplace on the deck. Or a great before or after concert hot spot during the summer—DTE is just a short drive away.” This spring Bullfrogs will introduce a new menu, keeping some your favorite dishes along with some tasty additions. From their famous venison chicken chili topped off with Frog Ears for dessert to all you can eat fish and chips—there’s something for the whole family.

If you’re looking for the best pizza after the show stop by Bullfrogs for one of our famous Mexican, Artichoke Spinach or Meat Lovers Pizza, and fried pickles all 1/2 off on Tues- days 5-9 p.m. If south of the border is what fits your palate

Sarah a bartender at Bullfrogs.

check out our enormous wet Burrito, enchiladas or the infa- mous humongous nacho’s or maybe some 99 cent tacos on Mondays 5-9 p.m.

“Nothing goes better with great Mexican food or pizza then one of our 80 beers,” said John. From New Belgium Fat Tire to Frankenmuth Batch 69 IPA to Kona Big Wave Golden Ale—your favorite swill is chilled and waiting for you at Bullfrogs. Whether Lions, Tigers, Red Wings or Pistons are play- ing, there’s never a bad seat in the house to watch your favorite sporting event on one of the 18 big screen TVs. And

you never know who may stop in—local celebrities and mu- sicians that play at DTE have been known to stop after their shows and sports players often frequent Bullfrogs. Late night the fun continues at Bullfrogs with DJ dancing and the occasional live band on weekend nights, Texas hold um poker tournaments Monday nights along with ‘Bike nights’ in the summer Wednesday night is always family or kids night with clowns and an ice cream bar. Kids eat free with the purchase of an adult meal.

Ladies night every Thursday which feature discounted drinks for the ladies. Bullfrogs also has Hoppy Hours spe- cials 3-6 p.m. Monday-Friday along with the return of Power Hour.

While providing the areas top entertainment location Bullfrogs also gives back to the community by sponsoring local charities, through fundraisers and donations, and food to our local schools. For example, Bullfrogs owner Kim’s fa- vorite charity, Devoted Friends, a local rescue organization helping pets in need. Visit our website or hop in and join our e-mail club to get all the latest discounts and daily hoppenings at the Frog.

Open 7 days a week from 11 p.m.-2 a.m., Bullfrogs is one of a few places in town where the kitchen stays open with our full menu until 10 p.m. and appetizers and fried food until 2 a.m. Reservations and carry outs are always welcome by calling our pad at 248-627-7755 we’re just a hop, skip and a jump off exit 93 north 5 miles at 2225 Ortonville Rd Ortonville Mi 48462.

Here at Bullfrogs we always have something hoppening at our pad. Check out The Citizen for updates on all events

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