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The Sal and Bob Show is a podcast hosted by comedians Sal Demilio and Bob Phillips.

They love steakhouses, so they visit some of the best in the country, crack wise and generally act like idiots while enjoying a great meal. They talk comedy, gambling, sports, movies and other things that interest us. With regular bits like the One Hit Wonder and The Whine List, it's a lively half hour of nonsense.

Follow the show on Twitter at @SalAndBobShow
Follow Sal and Bob individually at @SallyD08 and @BobTheSuit

If you’d like Sal and Bob to record from your steakhouse, hit them up!

The Sal and Bob Show Sal Demilio and Bob Phillips

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The Sal and Bob Show is a podcast hosted by comedians Sal Demilio and Bob Phillips.

They love steakhouses, so they visit some of the best in the country, crack wise and generally act like idiots while enjoying a great meal. They talk comedy, gambling, sports, movies and other things that interest us. With regular bits like the One Hit Wonder and The Whine List, it's a lively half hour of nonsense.

Follow the show on Twitter at @SalAndBobShow
Follow Sal and Bob individually at @SallyD08 and @BobTheSuit

If you’d like Sal and Bob to record from your steakhouse, hit them up!

    Fin's Eatery and Spirits with Boxing Writer William Dettloff

    Fin's Eatery and Spirits with Boxing Writer William Dettloff

    It’s a unique episode of the Sal and Bob Show with special guest, Senior Editor at boxing’s Ring Magazine for 15 years, William Dettloff (@WilliamDettloff). Sal and Bob are at Fin's Eatery and Spirits in New Baltimore, Michigan, throwing back a couple bourbons after their show at the Civic Center. In honor of their guest The One Hit Wonder is Warren Zevon’s “Boom Boom Mancini.”
    Sal and Bob complain about Sweetest Day, and bitch about White Claw, and talk about their days in amateur boxing. Both guys talk about Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini and his fight with Alexis Arguello, then his successful title challenge against Arturo Frias less than two months later.
    Sal says there should be a single guy holiday, and gives his lowdown on the MLB playoffs. Bob says he no longer spins cotton candy for Halloween, and has given the machine to his daughter to continue the tradition. The guys mention their upcoming gigs. Sal gives his predictions for Big Ten football. 
    Sal and Bob welcome William Dettloff, a very accomplished boxing writer who’s experience includes a biography of Ezzard Charles and fifteen years as Senior Editor for Ring Magazine.
    A fantastic interview ensues with Dettloff giving his opinions on MMA, the current state of boxing, and the stars of the game. A lively back and forth is held with all three guys giving their opinions and asking questions about the future of boxing. William and Bob talk Hearns-Leonard, Marciano, Roberto Duran, Leonard-Hagler and much more. 
    They wrap up with a prediction for the Ruiz-Joshua rematch and an homage to the bad-assery of Tommy Hearns. Read Dettloff’s Ringside Seat magazine (@RingsideSeatMag) and listen to his podcast! What a fun episode!

    • 55 min
    Steak Bits: Funny Moments From the Sal and Bob Show

    Steak Bits: Funny Moments From the Sal and Bob Show

    This week is a very special episode of The Sal and Bob Show featuring some memorable moments from the show.
    The show starts with a clip from a recent episode where Sal talks about stopping at Burger King 3 times on his way home from a gig. Then the guys rant about Amway and what a scam it is in a clip from an older episode. They go on to talk about wedding food and how you have to lie to the bartender to get enough to drink.
    On their trip to the famous Peter Luger Steakhouse in Brooklyn, New York they were told many times it's cash only. They both talk about what it's like paying for a steak dinner with cash. On their trip to Waffle House they break down the hash brown system and how to order correctly. The guys talk about Wayne Fontes and the time he tried to blame his kid for having cocaine in his car while talking about how tough it is to be a Lions fan. The only year Sal had season tickets for the lions was the year they went 0-16. Typical Sal Luck.
    Then the guys chat with Josh Mankiewicz about his work on Dateline NBC and the crazy couples he reports on. Then, in their 4th of July special the guys talk fireworks and reminisce about Sal's dad and his passion for concrete. The next clip is of a recurring segment entitled "Mickey Yells at Rocky" with a scene from Rocky 2.
    Bob tells a story from the most memorable Kentucky Derby Party he's been too. They talk about Jeff Bezos and the National Enquirer attempting to blackmail him. Sal and Bob share some interesting Las Vegas trivia. Then they check in with Josh again to talk about how dumb some of the murderers are. The show wraps up with some more Las Vegas trivia and Sal tells a story about stumbling into the AVN Awards.
    Sal and Bob will be back with a brand new episode next week! Subscribe now and tell your friends!

    • 36 min
    Sal and Bob LIVE from Hyde Park Steakhouse in Northville, MI

    Sal and Bob LIVE from Hyde Park Steakhouse in Northville, MI

    Sal and Bob take their shenanigans to Happy Hour at Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse in Northville, Michigan! The One Hit Wonder is Macarena, and, as usual, Bob hates it.
    Their guests include fellow comedian Sheila Lovely, Hyde Park Operations Specialist Heather Horschler and some very happy customers. Bob tries to get Heather to talk about crazy customers, but she won’t bite.
    Sal and Bob go into the crowd to play Rocky trivia, and a new segment just for Hyde Park, “Is it a Hyde Park menu item or a sexual position?” Hijinx and silliness ensue as customers try to win Sal and Bob merchandise by answering the questions correctly. Sal ropes in Hyde Park Northville staff Brianna and Anne Marie for the trivia game and laughs abound.
    Their final guest is Detroit and Toledo legend, now a full time Santa Claus, Al Seder, who drops some big comedy names with tales of his days as a comedy club owner. Big fun at Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse on this edition of The Sal and Bob Show.
    Follow the show for more:
    Twitter: @SalandBobShow
    Facebook: facebook.com/SalAndBobShow

    • 58 min
    Wash Your Hands and Sing Happy Birthday

    Wash Your Hands and Sing Happy Birthday

    It’s the Coronavirus episode. Bob’s friend from Wuhan gives the boys the latest from that city. Dark, funny, and uninformed. That’s Sal and Bob!
    SPONSOR: One Night Stan's Comedy Club
    Stan Moore has been an Oakland County resident his entire life. He’s been a politician, property owner and President of S & B Plumbing, where he has worked for over 50 years. So what made him decide to open a Comedy Club. When asked, he said “ I have loved stand up comedy for over 40 years’. Stan has been to comedy clubs throughout the United States and all over the world. His goal wasn’t just to open a bar and put comedians on stage. His idea was to build a venue made exclusively for Stand Up Comedy. Visit onenightstanscomedyclub.com

    • 30 min
    Comedy and Ribeyes with Josh Accardo

    Comedy and Ribeyes with Josh Accardo

    Comedian Josh Accardo (@JoshAccardo) stops by the show while in town for some gigs to tell us about the mouth watering Dry Aged Ribeye at LIC Market in New York! The guys catch up and talk about Josh's love for Michigan and why he keeps coming back. They also talk about which comedians would be the Mount Rushmore of comedy and more on this edition of the Sal and Bob Show. To find our more about Josh and his work visit joshaccardo.com.
     
    SPONSOR: One Night Stan's Comedy Club
    Stan Moore has been an Oakland County resident his entire life. He’s been a politician, property owner and President of S & B Plumbing, where he has worked for over 50 years. So what made him decide to open a Comedy Club. When asked, he said “ I have loved stand up comedy for over 40 years’. Stan has been to comedy clubs throughout the United States and all over the world. His goal wasn’t just to open a bar and put comedians on stage. His idea was to build a venue made exclusively for Stand Up Comedy. Visit onenightstanscomedyclub.com

    • 45 min
    Republic Tavern - Detroit, Michigan

    Republic Tavern - Detroit, Michigan

    Throwback week! In preparation for the next few episode we decided to take you back to a fun episode from last year. Enjoy! This week The Sal and Bob Show comes to you from Republic Tavern in Motown, on the eve of the Democratic Debates. The One Hit Wonder is “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands". The guys make fun of what the Democratic candidates are doing in Detroit, and really has a shot at getting nominated. The Whine List is basically Bob bitching about Jerry Seinfeld’s criticism of Bob Goldthwait and how he thinks Seinfeld considers himself apart from the rest of comedy. Sal brings up another Rocky sequel and both guys complain that Stallone has gone a step too far. Funny stories, silly jokes, all on this brand new episode of The Sal and Bob Show!

    • 39 min

Customer Reviews

Khurum S ,

Funny and Informative

I love how the two hosts don’t take themselves too seriously and can make fun of current events without any meanness. What was a surprise is how informative it is—you learn interesting aspects about the restaurant they’re at, the one hit wonder song they’re highlighting, and irreverent takes on whatever is on their minds. Highly recommend!

123yeah123 ,

Great drive time banter

I love the banter between Bob n Sal or is it Sal n Bob, can listen to an entire episode on the drive to work.

Keep up the good work!

Thor3966 ,

Sal and Bob Show.

Great comedy in a nice casual atmosphere plus some topical information with a comedic tilt. I’m enjoying the hell out of this comedy format.

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