Go to Hell — Damn Site Inn on Hell Creek (Hell, Michigan)

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Listing Information

  • $379,000
  • Type: Restaurant/Bar
  • MLCC: Class C
  • Building Size: 2996
  • Availability: Sold
  • Patio Size: 900
  • Land: 43560
  • Seating: 99
  • Parking: Private Parking On Site

Full Details

Built in 1948, the Dam Site Inn sits on
the site of a dam on Hell Creek. The
original 300-square-foot shack has
expanded over the years, but the
place is still casual and neighborly.
Motorcyclists, drawn to the area
because of its winding, woodsy roads,
still frequent the Dam Site Inn but also
do sports car enthusiasts and just
general people who like to take a drive
and stop for a meal. Also popular at
the Dam Site Inn is the live music. Lots
of people from 30 miles around come
in for a meal and stay for the music.
Live music starts with blues on
Thursday nights and carries on
through the weekend with oldies, rock
‘n’ roll and contemporary hits. The
food is great and mostly made from
scratch. They do their own smoking of
meat for the variety of sandwiches
that are offered. If you are traveling
and want to experience great food
along with a spectacular atmosphere
then you need to visit the Dam Site
Inn in Hell, Michigan. A cozy little
bar/restaurant with home cooked food
that’s to die for…no pun intended! You
can go have dinner at the Dam Site
Inn and then on Friday & Saturday
nights you can stay all night long…
well, until 2am. They have live
entertainment on the weekends. The
bands are excellent. If you want a
great dinner and a rockin’ night out on
the town…Go To Hell..literally…you
won’t want to leave and even when
they kick you out at 2am. Great for
your first bar or to add a one-off
concept to your portfolio. It’s a steal!

THG Office
203 Chicane Lane
Pontiac, Michigan 48341