Local Sports Complex Obtained its Beer and Wine License
Soccer moms and dads, you can now grab a bite to eat and have a beer at the Hope Sports Complex while waiting for soccer practice to end.
The complex opened Cleats Bar and Grille last week and obtained its beer and wine license Wednesday.
The steel framed structure situated between fields four and five offers sandwiches, burgers, wraps and fries prepared by Tim McPharlin, who co-founded Meat in Old Town. It also has four beers on tap and 14 brands available in cans with a handful of red and white wines.
The food costs between $4 and $10 and the beer and wine costs between $3 and $9. Here's more from the Lansing State Journal.