One of the country’s poorest cities is suddenly becoming a food mecca

Modified: November 29, 2018 | Story by Mark Guarino
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Detroit is in the midst of a culinary transformation. Rock-bottom housing stock and an emerging generation of young restaurateurs and chefs settling in to experiment have brought new restaurants, breweries, tasting rooms, cocktail bars, pop-up events and quirky lunch spots promising nutritious food — in neighborhoods where the only option to eat had previously been fast food.

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