What do you do after being handed the keys to the oldest bar (est. 1888) in Grand Rapids? Simply put–not much. Sometimes a classic needs to remain a classic. To be completely honest, a few alterations have been made (new kitchen, new patio, and a banquet room), but the original decor of Nick Fink's remains largely untouched. We simply couldn't do without all the vintage character of the original bar top, old-school beer cooler, tufted patent leather booths, and the iconic gold and black velvet wallpaper.
If classic cocktails and traditional domestic ales are your thing, Nick Fink's has those in spades. We also carry the new classics from Founders, Perrin, New Holland, Long Road and the like. Guests will be pleased to find that our chef has been making great use of the new kitchen and is serving some of the best pub fare in West Michigan, including wings, burritos, burgers, and thin-crust pizza.
For many Comstock Park natives, Nick Fink's is the quintessential neighborhood tavern with a relaxed environment for friends and family to enjoy happy hour, the big game, live music, keno, and celebratory evenings out. For others, Nick Fink's is a historical landmark that must be experienced and cherished. We've had the opportunity to enjoy the full gamut of experiences Nick Fink's has to offer (paranormal activity included) and welcome one-and-all to join us for a drink at the original, the infamous, the legendary, oldest bar in GR.
Grand Rapid’s oldest bar has been freshly made over with an extensive draft and bottle beer menu, classic tavern food and live music every Saturday night.