Detroit dining scores big with Corktown’s comeback

Modified: October 30, 2017 | Story by Amy S. Ecker
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Detroit’s hottest new restaurant, Katoi, is in an old auto mechanic shop, a boxy, whitewashed, cinder-block building that’s easy to miss. No matter. Detroit’s food-savvy crowds have found Katoi. Most evenings, you’ll find them standing in a line that stretches out the door, happily waiting their turn for a meal of creative, Thai-inspired food in the city’s resurging Corktown neighborhood.

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