Welcome to The Engine House
The good food, friendly help and fire department motif makes for a very comfortable place to come and enjoy a bite to eat and a drink. From pizza to steaks or sandwiches, salads, and Italian specialties it’s all good at The Engine House. Daily lunch and dinner specials are also available. The affordable menu will bring you back time and again.
The Engine House is also the perfect place to watch the big game sporting many new HDTV's along with several large projection screens; and with $2 domestics during any Detroit home game you'll be sure to have a good time. Prefer playing your own games? No problem! The Engine House has you covered with Club Keno as well as Mega Touch.
The Engine house was opened 2007 by Detroit Firefighters: John Gusumano and Greg Sisoy with Executive Chef Dennis Capozzoli. Formerly the Railroad Inn, the new bar is completely restored inside and out.
The new authentic fire doors placed on the front of the building almost makes the fire trucks going by stop and want to back in. The interior with as much original brick as they could save and as much hardwood as you could possibly use, makes for a very warm and inviting atmosphere. The Engine House, is also home to an extensive collection of unique firefighter décor, artwork and memorabilia, including two massive fiery cauldrons which are suspended above the expansive bar.