We’ve got a bunch of good ones to choose from: Old Miami, PJ’s Lager House, Two Way Inn, the Bronx Bar, Whiskey in the Jar. Basically, any bar in Hamtramck qualifies.
See, smell and taste the Eastern Market.
New floats, old floats, big heads. Take a tour of where the papier-mâché props and floats of America’s Thanksgiving Parade come to life.
Every Friday at 1 p.m. The door to the vault is massive and eerie, and the flight down the stairs is all-the-way anticipatory. Be sure to seek out samples of iconic home furnishings of the 20th century from the likes of greats such as Eames and Saarinen.
An arcade out of a time warp, featuring thousands of coin-operated oddities, from fortune-telling automatons and vintage pinball games to its famous tic-tac-toe chicken.
…and try and identify at least 10 of the more than 260 birds that have been spotted in the park.
See one of their bikes being assembled and then buy one at the on-site store.
“Your trip to the Metro-Detroit area wouldn't be complete without visiting a local Coney Island restaurant ... Coney Dogs are uniquely delicious, inexpensive and basically Detroit in a bun. Bon appetit!” – Steven B.
Book a dinner cruise or go for a late-night moonlight party aboard the Detroit Princess. The five-story riverboat is back in action for the season.
Fall is in full swing and that means Detroit Red Wings hockey at The Joe. No ticket? Cobo Joe's is a surefire hot spot on game days.
Watch Discover the D TV to learn all about the hidden gems and history that our city has to offer.