The Definitive Guide to New Restaurants in Detroit – Fall 2018

October 1, 2018  |   Story by Biba Adams  |   Photos by Lady of the House by Monica Casillas-Rios; Eatori Market; The Apparatus Room by Bill Bowen; Eastern Market Brewing Co.; Brome Modern Eatery

It seems as though a new restaurant pops up in Detroit every few days. Well, that’s basically correct. In the past year or so, The D has gained Italian delis, sports bars, shipping container food halls, bakeries, James Beard-nominated chefs and everything in between. Here is the definitive list of all the new restaurants in Detroit, and the ones we’re keeping on our radar (fingers crossed that they open soon). Print this off and use it as your Detroit restaurant bucket list. And check back here every few months–we’ll keep this list up-to-date.

Confirmed Open

AK Takeaway (Summer 2018)

Middle Eastern Fare
150 W Jefferson Ave., Downtown

Tasty, traditional Lebanese favorites with a light, airy atmosphere that offers fresh salads and bowls. Try the chicken shawarma bowl or the fattoush salad if you want to go classic, or the B Money salad if you want to try something new.

SheWolf Pastificio & Bar (Summer 2018)

438 Selden St., Midtown

Led by Chef Anthony Lombardo, SheWolf Pastificio & Bar is contemporary Italian cuisine that is inspired by Old Rome. SheWolf is the only restaurant in Michigan that is milling its own flour on-site which is then used in their pasta and bread. The result is pasta so fresh and delicious with nutrients intact.

Deluxx Fluxx (Summer 2018)

American Fare/Arcade/Event Space
225 Gratiot Ave., The Belt

One of Detroit’s most exciting new offerings features amazing permanent custom art installations, as well as 10 vintage, Detroit themed arcade games- like Robocop pinball. Deluxx Fluxx will also offer 10 custom cocktails on tap, (yes you read that correctly!) as well as a selection of craft beers. The greatest draw will be the 240-capacity entertainment venue that is sure to attract great entertainment.

Bangkok 96 Street Food (Summer 2018)

Thai Street Food
Detroit Shipping Co., 474 Peterboro St., Cass Corridor

A spin off from their original location in Dearborn, Bangkok 96 Street Food also offers a spin off from traditional Thai food. Order the pad thai roll for a dish that will make all of your Instagram followers drool.

-320º Coffee & Creamery (Summer 2018)

Ice Cream & Coffee
Detroit Shipping Co., 474 Peterboro St., Cass Corridor

Hop on one of the coolest dessert trends and try nitrogen ice cream at this Detroit Shipping Co. tenant. This creamy dessert can be ordered along with espresso and cold brew coffee.

Willis Show Bar (Summer 2018)

Cabaret & Cocktails
4156 3rd Ave., Midtown

Reborn as an upscale cabaret and cocktail bar, Willis Show Bar has been revived from its early “Show Bar” era. The unique main stage is still behind the bar and features live music along with cabaret performers, burlesque dancers, deejays and comedians. Willis Show Bar features unique private booths that can accommodate up to 20 and an array of fantastic cocktails.

Brujo Tacos and Tapas (Summer 2018)

Detroit Shipping Co., 474 Peterboro St., Cass Corridor

Brujo is serving whimsy along with their delicious small plates. Their menu is paired with classic songs that inspired the menu offering. The steak taco is matched with Wu Tang Clan’s “C.R.E.A.M.” while the octopus is paired with “Octopus’s Garden,” from The Beatles classic, Abbey Road. Their website even features a Spotify playlist.

Applebee’s + IHOP (Summer 2018)

555 Brush St, Downtown

A mashup of two of America’s favorite spots, this is the first hybrid of its kind and it’s open right here in Detroit. Located inside the Courtyard Marriott Hotel in Downtown Detroit, the mashup is an interesting combination of two popular tastes. The Applebee’s menu will be available from 11am to Midnight, while the IHOP menu is available 24/7.

Urban Ramen (Summer 2018)

4206 Woodward Ave., Midtown

A Los Angeles-export, Urban Ramen is owned by Kohei Robert—a restauranteur with a background in fashion design. The best ramen starts with amazing broth. At Urban Ramen, they cook their broth for over 16 hours allowing the flavors to develop deeply. Urban Ramen also features tasty poke and rice bowls.

ChickP (Summer 2018)

110 Clifford St., Downtown

Serving up Mediterranean favorites in a fast-casual environment, ChickP is the sister restaurant of Chickpea in the D-a neighboring walk-up window. Offering tasty treats like pita wraps, rice bowls, and salads in a warm environment, ChickP features delicious healthy food with a menu that is still expanding. Reviewers are raving about the “Hottie,” a falafel wrap with lettuce, tomato, onion, hot pepper tahini and a tangy house sauce.

Catrina’s Taqueria (Summer 2018)

23019 W. Outer Dr., Allen Park

Featuring authentic Mexican-style street food, Catrina’s serves the urban flavors of Mexico City. The taco menu offers both meat and veggie options at a great price of $1.99 each. Reviewers love the poblano corn side item that is fire-roasted with epazote, charred poblano, and bell pepper. Top off your meal with a traditional fruit popsicle.

Chili Mustard Onions (Summer 2018)

Vegan Coney Island
3411 Brush St., Brush Park

Detroit’s first vegan coney island comes to Detroit and not a moment too soon. As more and more people abandon meat for a more health and environmentally conscious diet, Chili Mustard Onions is a great option for a vegan taste of Detroit. Also on the menu is spinach pie, beet balls, and soft serve vegan ice cream.

Second Best Bar (Summer 2018)

Bar & Light Snacks
42 Watson St., Brush Park

The minds behind Grey Ghost now has a new venture in the former headquarters of the Heidelberg Project in Brush Park. Second Best Bar features a rotating menu of beer-and-a-shot combos, as well as a few sandwiches and bar snacks. A slightly dressed down feel from its big sister, Second Best also has a rec area with pub games and a shuffleboard table.

Bread Meats Bread (Summer 2018)

Detroit Shipping Co., 474 Peterboro St., Cass Corridor

A Windsor staple, Bread Meets Bread will join several other restaurants in the new Detroit Shipping Co. Food Hall. With expressive culinary sandwiches, Bread Meets Bread is also known for unique small plates and beers, as well as for choosing high-quality, local, and sustainable ingredients. A favorite sandwich will be the Steel Curtain, which features slow roasted beef, pickled mustard, mushrooms, and Swiss cheese.

Clementina (Summer 2018)

Pop-Up Latin Cuisine
Capitol Park

This Miami-inspired shipping container pop-up is clad in pastels that compliment the Latin flavors of the cuisine. Owned and operated by Heirloom Hospitality, the same owners of Prime + Proper, Clementina is a pop-up restaurant with no specific end date in sight. The short menu includes three tasty tacos as well as adobo chicken nachos, but reviewers are raving about the cool atmosphere and fun drinks. Catch Clementina before it’s gone.

Albena (Summer 2018)

American Tasting Table
1509 Broadway St., Downtown

An eight-seat restaurant with a tasting menu only, Albena is the highly-anticipated concept restaurant by Garrett Lipar. Inside the new Siren Hotel, formerly the Wurlitzer Building, Albena is named after Lipar’s grandmother. A James Beard nominated chef, Lipar plans to redefine Great Lakes cuisine with a progressive take on the regions flavors and hues. Be prepared to reserve a seat in advance for an avant garde food experience.

Norma G’s (Summer 2018)

14700 East Jefferson Ave., Jefferson Chalmers

After launching a successful Trinidadian-American food truck, Lester Gouvia has opened his full-service casual restaurant near Grosse Pointe Park. With seating for 90 and an outdoor patio, Norma G’s features delicious comfort foods like jerk chicken sliders and macaroni and cheese. This heavy pescatarian menu also shows love to scrumptious vegan options.

COOP Farm to Table (Summer 2018)

Detroit Shipping Co., 474 Peterboro St., Cass Corridor

At COOP, the specialty of the house is chicken. Not just any chicken, but locally farmed, organic chicken. Marinated for 24 hours with Asian and Caribbean flavors comprised of garlic, ginger, allspice, cilantro, and sour oranges and the kicker-scotch bonnet pepper. COOP then finishes their chicken with signature sauces. Celebrity Chef Max Hardy is happy to be back in his hometown serving up his favorite flavors.

Avalon Café + Biscuit Bar (Spring 2018)

Pastries & Sandwiches
2998 W Grand Blvd., New Center

Fans of Avalon Café + Biscuit Bar say that it’s like “Cheers in a way that everybody knows your name.” Making great food with 100% organic flour, Avalon is dedicated to being more than a restaurant, but a community. The story of the founding, staffing, and management of Avalon Café + Biscuit Bar has made it a Detroit food fan favorite whose greatest aspiration is to be an inspiration.

Rocco’s Italian Deli (Spring 2018)

Sandwich Shop and Market
3267 Cass Ave., Cass Corridor

With a bright and lofty feel, Rocco’s combines the idea for an old world Italian neighborhood deli with a modern-inspired feel. Offering sandwiches as well as meats and cheeses by the pound, Rocco’s serves delicious twists on Italian sandwich faves. Try Tio Freddo’s Got Serious Beef, a roast beef sandwich piled high and topped with provolone cheese and giardiniera.

Kiesling Bar (Spring 2018)

449 E. Milwaukee., Milwaukee Junction

Reviving a historic bar that had been sitting empty for nearly three decades is a historic feat. But, for Detroit-native Carlo Liburdi, it was a feat worth accomplishing. The simple drink offerings keep Kiesling feeling like a neighborhood bar. The food menu is even more simple with one item: grilled cheese.

Empire Kitchen and Cocktails (Spring 2018)

American Food and Spirits
3148 Woodward Ave., Brush Park

An approachable menu which features American cuisine with an emphasis on delicious side dishes, Empire Kitchen and Cocktails places heavy emphasis on the “cocktails.” The expertly mixed signature drinks and inviting atmosphere make Empire a great place to meet up.

Wahlburgers (Spring 2018)

21200 Penn St., Taylor

The brainchild of actor Mark Wahlberg and his brothers was the subject of a successful reality show and their entry to Detroit was supported by the actor who fell in love with the city while filming here. Reviewers love the onion rings and sweet potato tots, while their signature burger, “Our Burger,” is a new classic slathered in brother Paul’s signature sauce.

Lumen Detroit (Spring 2018)

American & Fusion
1903 Grand River Ave., Beacon Park

One of the more exciting new restaurant designs in the city, Lumen seats over 100 at walnut table tops surrounded by banquettes and a bar area in Beacon Park. The large sliding glass windows allow for a semi-outdoor feel. Try the Michigan Pork Chop with schnitzel, red cabbage, new potatoes and whole grain mustard.

La Noria Bistro (Spring 2018)

Mexican & Italian
5517 Michigan Ave., Mexicantown

Who knew that Italian and Mexican food go so well together? Chef Norberto Garita. His new casual alternative, La Noria is the sibling to his first restaurant, El Barzon. Serving tacos, pizza, sandwiches, and offering a full bar. Try the tequila paired with a tasty open-faced taco, many of which start out at only $2.50.

The Grille Room at the Detroit Club (Spring 2018)

Fine Dining
712 Cass Ave., Downtown

For the first time, the Detroit Club has opened dining to the public. With a business casual dress code and a pricey, but tasty menu, The Grille Room is manned by Chef Kirk McKinney serving up delicious seafood and steaks. An enticing menu item is the Seafood Plateau, a loaded platter of shrimp, oysters, lobster, crab claw, with a tarragon aioli to share.

Lovers Only (Spring 2018)

Sandwiches & Burgers
34 Grand River Ave., Capitol Park

For purveyors of grass-fed, grain-finished, pasture-raised Michigan beef, Lovers Only offers up delicious burgers and sandwiches in Capitol Park. The popular, quirky restaurant features a cool interior that is a big part of its draw. But, it’s the amazing food that keeps fans coming back. Try the Classic Smash with its thin burger patty, the Impossible burger for vegetarians, and don’t forget one of the house made sodas.

Dos Los Tacos (Spring 2018)

10337 Joseph Campau Ave., Hamtramck

Hamtramck is becoming a truly great option for quality food. Dos Los Tacos aims to provide quality flavor, the best tunes on their vintage stereo, and a smiling face behind every counter. Serving a refined selection of Mexican and South American cuisine, Dos Los Tacos has something to offer even the most discriminating palette. Try the house made carne asada with marinated skirt steak, crumbled cojita cheese, fresh cilantro, onions, radish and lime.

Folk (Spring 2018)

1701 Trumbull Ave., Suite B, Corktown

An artisanal café in Corktown, Folk specializes in seasonal, made-from-scratch comfort foods and healthful beverages that are inspired by the global and cultural backgrounds and travels of the owner-operators, Kiki Louya and Rohani Foulkes. An extension of The Farmer’s Hand, a gourmet grocery and takeout counter, Folk uses fresh ingredients to try on a small audience. Try delights like the Hashew Bowl with spiced beef and almonds, golden hummus and yogurt.

Doug’s Delight (Spring 2018)

American Casual
24110 John R Rd., Hazel Park

Serving up what they call “bowling alley chic,” Doug’s Delight is a revival of the hot dog and ice cream shop that formerly stood in its place. True to its nostalgic feel, the shop features items served in white takeout boats and old school Solo cups. Try the savory Frito nachos followed by one of their signature cookie or brownie desserts.

Brome Modern Eatery + Balance Juice Bar (Spring 2018)

607 Shelby St. Suite 100, Downtown

Brome serves meat from organic cattle that are sourced from fully verified, independent ranchers. They pledge ingredients that are non-GMO certified. Their beliefs extend to their sustainable business practices that increase efficiency and reduce waste. With burgers, salads, fries, and shakes, food from Brome is guilt-free tasty food that helps you feel good too.

River Bistro (Spring 2018)

Caribbean Fusion
18456 Grand River Ave., Rosedale Park

River Bistro a restaurant inspired by low country, Caribbean, and African cuisine. Chef Max has curated a menu of love using recipes from his grandmother’s kitchen who’s had the privilege to cook for some of Motown’s favorite artists. Try the favorites like the Honey Lime Wings.

Asaysia (Spring 2018)

Wine & Shared Plates
1452 Brush St., Brush Park

When you visit Asaysia Plates to Share, you’ll be greeted with the history and style of Detroit in a way that’s not often seen around town. The concept is a true celebration of Motor City, featuring framed and autographed photos of famous Detroiters as well as murals highlighting the prowess of our industry by renowned artist Diego Rivera. All of this serves as the backdrop for an open kitchen serving scratch-made pizza and small plates meant to be shared.

Castalia (Spring 2018)

Themed Cocktails
3980 2nd Ave., Suite E, Midtown

Fragrance store by day, and cocktail bar by night, Castalia serves craft cocktails based on Sfumato’s fragrances. Cocktails at Castalia are carefully paired with lovely scents, and even your napkin is lightly sprayed. The ambiance is beautiful with a polished bar and a lighting from local artisans.

Candy Bar (Spring 2018)

Bar & Light Snacks
The Siren Hotel, 1509 Broadway St., Downtown

Serving up old Hollywood beauty inside the new Siren Hotel, the Candy Bar is a full pink velvet lounge. The highlight of Candy Bar is the exquisite 670-piece, disco-ball chandelier which hangs over the curved marble bar top. The bar features light snacks and custom, creative cocktails. Try the Bubble Rum featuring lemon sherbet, extra dry rum, bitters, and bubble gum syrup.

Populace Coffee (Spring 2018)

The Siren Hotel, 1509 Broadway St., Downtown

There are no shortages of great offerings inside the new Siren Hotel. Populace Coffee is a Bay Area import bringing some of its Northern California flavor to Downtown Detroit. Populace Coffee is roasted in their Bay City roasting plant and shipped to the Motor City.

American Burger Bar (Spring 2018)

Monroe Market, 1510 St Antoine St., Greektown

Located inside Greektown Casino, American Burger Bar is dishing up Detroit faves like Coney dogs, as well as hot, juicy burgers, and even vegan Impossible burgers. Located in Monroe Market, the new food hall inside the casino, this burger joint will also offer all-day breakfast sandwiches made with all-natural eggs and served on a glazed donut or warm brioche bun.

Basil Leaf (Spring 2018)

Monroe Market, 1510 St Antoine St., Greektown

Basil Leaf is a rustic Italian eatery focused on made-to-order Neapolitan pizzas that combine international flavors with local ingredients. Each hand-tossed, thin-crust pizza will be baked and ready in under three minutes using a 7,000-pound, 900-degree stone oven.

Josephine Bakery (Spring 2018)

Monroe Market, 1510 St Antoine St., Greektown

Josephine Bakery is a charming bake shop named after a team member who has worked at the casino for 17 years and embodies the progressive spirit of Detroit. This artisanal bakery will feature an assortment of tasty treats including croissants, macaroons, and pies in addition to freshly-churned Italian gelato, specialty coffee beverages and grab-and-go sandwiches and salads.

Pit Boss (Spring 2018)

Monroe Market, 1510 St Antoine St., Greektown

Housed in a sleek Airstream-style trailer, Pit Boss will offer classic barbecue favorites including pulled pork, chicken, brisket, ribs, and polish sausage. The uniquely-designed barbecue joint will also dish up flavorful sides including creamy coleslaw, potato salad, sweet cornbread muffins, and burnt end pit beans.

Southern Fry (Spring 2018)

Monroe Market, 1510 St Antoine St., Greektown

Southern Fry is where Detroit meets the South. This comfort food spot will specialize in mouth-watering, crispy fried chicken and serve up soul food favorites such as collard greens, baked mac and cheese, biscuits with honey, and delicious sweet potato pie for desert.

Tia Loca (Spring 2018)

Monroe Market, 1510 St Antoine St., Greektown

Tia Loca, which translates to crazy aunt, will offer authentic Mexican street fare. Guests will be able to customize tacos, burritos, salads, and bowls or choose from one of the signature dishes, including carnitas tacos, fajita chicken salad and a spicy hellfire burrito. Tia Loca will also have plenty of sides such as house-fried chips, five fresh varieties of salsa that range from mild to spicy, cilantro lime white rice, brown rice, black beans and pinto beans.

Noodle Art (Spring 2018)

1510 St Antoine St., Greektown

Serving up traditional Japanese ramen with a Detroit twist in a glass-enclosed space that features pop-culture décor. Diners order their food at touch-screen kiosks or via a cell phone app. Reviewers love the flavorful broth, and the steak tataki appetizers are almost as popular as the mango mochi dessert.

Culantro (Spring 2018)

3249 Twelve Mile Rd., Berkley

Offering one of the first tastes of Peruvian cuisine in Metro Detroit, Culantro’s star is the rotisserie chicken. Named after the herb featured in many of the dishes, the restaurant is owned by Peruvian native, Betty Shuell. Try the lomo saltado, the traditional dish is made up of marinated beef tenderloin stir-fried with tomatoes and onions.

M Cantina (Spring 2018)

13214 Michigan Ave., Dearborn

One of metro Detroit’s finest new Mexican restaurants. With light and airy tortilla chips, and an array of salsas, the palette is delighted before the entrée is served. Reviewers love the duck carnitas tacos, shrimp tacos, and chicken tinga with a delightful veggie salad.

Holy Moly Donut Shop (Fall 2018)

20301 W. Seven Mile Rd., Evergreen Lahser 7/8

The build-your-own donut shop sensation has opened a second location on the west side of the city. With Detroit-centric toppings like Better Made chips and pretzels that can be piled on top of glazed donuts and fritters, this sweet shop sensation is sure to continue to be a hit with hardcore fans.

Gran Castor (Fall 2018)

2950 Rochester Rd., Troy

With a variety of Latin American-influenced dishes, Gran Castor recently opened their 245-seat location. Reviewers are raving about the tequila-brined half chicken that is baked and then deep-fried. Gran Castor also offers pizza with unusual ingredients like chorizo, smoked cheddar, and salsa. Owned by Union Joints, the restaurant has a beautiful open kitchen, a lounge, patio, and even a room for private dining.

Edo Ramen House (Winter 2018)

Japanese & Ramen
4313 West 13 Mile Road, Royal Oak

This Japanese menu is varied and delicious. Reviewers love the kimchi beef fries and sausages on the Balayan plate. The traditional Japanese street food features a light ball with a small piece of squid inside. The sushi at Edo is praised almost as much as the tasty ramen bowls.

Prime + Proper (Winter 2018)

Fine Dining & Steakhouse
1145 Griswold St., Capitol Park

An exciting new steakhouse experience in Capitol Park, the name Prime + Proper is Inspired by the mannerisms of someone who is ‘prim and proper’, meaning formal, respectful and distinguished. Prime + Proper artfully combines bold with refined sophistication through impeccable attention to details. While the menu prices are high-end, the experience and tastes are memorable and classic.

California Burgerz (Winter 2018)

American Burgers
12045 Conant St., Hamtramck

Modeled after the popular In-N-Out Burgers, California Burgerz is serving up tasty meat treats in Hamtramck. The Gorilla Burger features Angus beef on a pretzel bun with caramelized onions, cheese, lettuce and tomato. California Burgerz is a cool burger spot for residents of The Ham to hang out over a great meal at a great price.

Fantastic Subs (Winter 2018)

Sandwiches and Middle Eastern
9335 Conant St., Hamtramck,

Filling the void left by the former Mocha Café in Hamtramck, Fantastic Subs will offer American and Mediterranean food items like burgers and shawarma, as well as variety of sweets. With only minor changes to the interior, the new Fantastic Subs hopes to become as much of a fan favorite as its predecessor.

For the Love of Sugar (Winter 2018)

100 Erskine St., Brush Park

For the Love of Sugar began as a hobby for Manal Hussein. She has since translated her Marketing Management degree into a successful bakeshop in Brush Park. The bakery features delicious signature cakes including Knafeh Cake, a staple Mediterranean dessert of yellow cake filled with a sweet ricotta buttercream, shredded phyllo and pistachios. Colorful offerings include a rainbow cake and tie-dye macarons.

Founders (Winter 2018)

Brewery & Light Bites
456 Charlotte St., Cass Corridor

This local taproom wanted to be a part of Detroit’s forward movement, so Founders came down from Grand Rapids and opened in the Cass Corridor. Featuring a brewery and deli menu, both of which are handcrafted. All sandwiches come hot and toasted and the salads are popular as well. Sit out on the patio in the evening, when bonfires are blazing.

Le Petit Zinc (Winter 2018)

70 W Alexandrine St., Midtown

Since its founding in 2009 at the former Corktown location, Le Petit Zinc (French for ‘the little bar’) has been serving up delicious crepes. Their signature ratatouille is a delicious vegetable stew that can be ordered with or without chicken. The new midtown location is complete with an art mural painted by the proprietor herself, Karima Sorel.

Amore da Roma (Winter 2018)

3401 Riopelle St., Eastern Market

The Roma Café building was built by the Marazza family in 1888 serving the vendors and farmers of Eastern Market. It has had a few iterations, but one thing remains the same—delicious Italian-inspired cuisine. Amore da Roma (formerly Roma Café) has so much to offer including an amazing lunch and dinner menu, a Monday night buffet, and a Sunday Brunch complete with a Bloody Mary bar.

Honey (Winter 2017)

American Fare
20342 W. Grand River Ave., North Rosedale Park

A family-owned and operated restaurant on the west side of the city, Honey’s is committed to made-to-order meals with fresh ingredients and fair prices. Called a “real diamond in the rough” by Yelp reviewers, the chicken alfredo is a popular dish. Honey’s slogan gets straight to the point, “We make it, you taste it, and it’s good.”

The Corner Grill Bar & Detroit Axe (Winter 2017)

American Casual
344 W. Nine Mile Road, Ferndale

Boasting a full bar and game lounge, The Corner is a great hangout with a cool vibe. The dining room has seating for nearly 30 people as well as an outdoor space, and a casual menu with sandwiches and number of shared plates. Plus, it’s connected to Detroit Axe, an axe throwing venue that’s perfect for a night out.

Eatori Market (Fall 2017)

American Fare & Market
1215 Griswold St, Detroit, MI 48226

A stylish option for prepared food and specialty groceries, along with a bar for cocktails and global bites, Eatori Market is a cool new spot in Capitol Park. With its white marble-topped bar and well-stocked market, downtown dwellers have fallen in love with this low-key spot.

Le Detroit Macaron (Fall 2017)

French Pastries
2756 Evaline St., Hamtramck

Bringing French flavor to Hamtramck, Patty Corkery has turned her sideline passion into a full retail hit. Le Detroit Macaron serves up a seemingly infinite variety of the meringue-based cookie sandwiches. The colorful treats are sold in single servings or in boxes. Stop by Le Detroit Macaron for a taste of France and a cup of coffee.

Giordano’s (Fall 2017)

Pizza & Italian
1224 Randolph St., Greektown

Other cities have definitely caught on to the fact that Detroit is a hot spot with a lot to offer. Our Midwest neighbor, Chicago has imported their style of deep dish pizza with Giordano’s now open downtown. The tasty, extra cheesy pies are well-known for their variety of toppings and deep red sauce.

Red Dunn Kitchen (Fall 2017)

1331 Trumbull Ave., Suite 100, Corktown

Billing itself as a “one-of-a-kind urban restaurant that reveres authenticity, creativity, and perseverance,” Red Dunn Kitchen is located in Trumbull & Porter hotel. Red Dunn features bold-spirited appetizers, mouth-watering entrees, and handcrafted pastries with a focus on poultry in a unique and inspired interior.

Mutiny Bar (Fall 2017)

Tiki Bar
4654 Vernor Hwy., Mexicantown

This tiki-inspired dive bar has opened to fanfare in Southwest Detroit. The interior is irresistibly fun and eclectic, while the menu features reasonably priced, unique cocktails. Monkey Punch tops the menu made with Monkey Shoulder Scotch, Flor de Cana Rum, passion fruit, lime, and grapefruit. A series of menus from some of Detroit’s previous tiki bars, like Trader Vic’s and Chin Tiki, adorn the wall for nostalgia’s sake.

Lady of the House (Fall 2017)

American & Irish Fusion
1426 Bagley St., Corktown

Lady of the House is a Modern American restaurant and bar by James Beard-nominated chef Kate Williams. The Lady of the House menu demonstrates a passion for knowledge and technique, with special emphasis on freshness and creativity, also reflecting a strong commitment to community sourcing and support of Michigan farms. Try the oysters served with green peppercorn and hot sauce, or anything else on the menu.

Apparatus Room/Chef’s Table (Fall 2017)

New American
Detroit Foundation Hotel, 250 W Larned St., Downtown

Located inside the Detroit Foundation Hotel, The Apparatus Room bridges the old and the new, offering iconic New American cuisine rooted in Midwestern ingredients, as well as thoughtful cocktails crafted by accomplished mixologists. Reservations are strongly suggested to get a taste of this menu crafted by Detroit native and two-Michelin-star-rated chef Thomas Lent. Try the communal dining experience Chef’s Table on Friday and Saturday night.

The Greek (Fall 2017)

535 Monroe Ave., Greektown

The Greek is serving delicious contemporary Greek food, cooked with exceptional ingredients. Located where Plaka used to be and with the same ownership, The Greek features delicious Greek cuisine in a finer, more upscale environment. Reviews rave about the excellent service, high quality food, and of course, some of the region’s best saganaki.

Mike’s Pizza Bar (Fall 2017)

2515 Woodward Ave., The District Detroit

Mike’s Pizza Bar exhibits passion for its city through its signature artisanal pizzas and celebratory sports atmosphere. With heavy influence of Mike Ilitch’s deep roots for Detroit sports, this one-of-a-kind pizza bar is the perfect place to eat, drink, laugh, and love sports. Mike’s Pizza Bar serves great craft beers, has a diverse wine selection and creates handcrafted pizzas for all to enjoy.

Sports & Social (Fall 2017)

28 Henry St., The District Detroit

Voted Best Sports Bar & Best New Bar 2018 by Hour Magazine, Sports & Social Detroit is a one-of-a-kind sports bar and social lounge located at the Comerica Entry at the Little Caesars Arena. The two-level venue features a multi-screen media wall, and has an eclectic menu with plates for sharing, beer, wine, and a well-appointed cocktail menu. Try the nachos loaded with queso, pico de gallo, black beans and fresh jalapeno.

Kid Rock’s Made in Detroit (Fall 2017)

2645 Woodward Ave., The District Detroit

Kid Rock’s Made in Detroit restaurant reflects the musician himself. The menu is a mix of classic Detroit and Southern-influenced dishes, along with traditional comfort foods and bar fare. Several dishes were developed from the Kid Rock family recipe book having been delivered and handwritten by Mrs. Ritchie herself. The grilled cheese is a hit with a combination of Havarti, American, and gruyere cheeses with bacon, tomato, and fresh farm bread.

POP + Offworld (Fall 2017)

128 Cadillac Square, Downtown

This eclectic spot features creative New York-style pizza, a full bar and an immersive arcade experience seven days a week. POP started as a pop-up venue for culinary events, live music, theatrical performances and more. Combined with Offworld Arcade with 30+ games from the 70s and forward, the two serve up fun and great pizza.

Eastern Market Brewing Co. (Fall 2017)

2515 Riopelle St., Eastern Market

Eastern Market Brewing Co. is a classic beer hall tucked down one of the side streets near Eastern Market. Serving homemade brews using interesting ingredients such as lime zest, golden raisins, lavender and roasted chocolate malts, this brewery is perfect for a fun night out with friends.

Coming Soon

Cork and Gabel (Fall 2018)

Irish, Italian, German Fusion
2415 Michigan Ave., Corktown
Locally-sourced sausage is one of the standout features of the Cork and Gabel menu. The “bangers and brats” are served on a freshly-baked pretzel hoagie. Heavy on fresh meats and potatoes, the menu has unique items that are reminiscent of traditional Irish, Italian, and German home-cooking.

Poppies (Fall 2018)

1400 Van Dyke, West Village

A Polish-inspired bakery and restaurant, Poppie’s is owned and operated by Molly Mitchell. Her second venture, Poppies, will feature pierogi, pickles, and sausages as well as fresh breads and pastries with help from lead baker, Eggy Ding.

Frenchie’s (Fall 2018)

American & French
8100 Kercheval St., West Village

Frenchies is taking over the beloved La Boheme space across from Sister Pie. The new restaurant will feature mostly American food with French associations, such as french dip sandwiches, french fries, french toast – you get the picture.

Drifter Coffee (Fall 2018)

Coffee and Light Food
780 Woodward Heights, Ferndale

After starting out as a mobile coffee trailer, Drifter Coffee has found a brick-and-mortar home in Ferndale. With the coffee bar on the first floor, the second floor will have a cozy seating area. The menu will feature espresso beverages and light food fare.

Leila (Fall 2018)

1249 Griswold Street, Capitol Park

Located in the historic Farwell Building, Leila’s is owned and operated by the Eid family who have been serving up Lebanese cuisine at Phoenicia for years. To feature 130 seats, a lounge area, and a private dining space with a mezzanine, Leila’s is sure to be visually stunning. The menu will feature family-style Lebanese classics with a relaxed feel.

Marrow (Fall 2018)

Butcher Shop/Restaurant
8044 Kercheval Ave., Indian Village

With a focus on local and sustainable meat by using old-world butcher practices, Marrow will offer a limited lunch menu and a rotating seasonal dinner menu. On the smaller side, Marrow has seating to accommodate 40-50 diners and a lovely outdoor patio.

COOP Farm to Table (Fall 2018)

Detroit Shipping Co., 474 Peterboro St., Cass Corridor

At COOP, the specialty of the house is chicken. Not just any chicken, but locally farmed, organic chicken. Marinated for 24 hours with Asian and Caribbean flavors comprised of garlic, ginger, allspice, cilantro, and sour oranges and the kicker-scotch bonnet pepper. COOP then finishes their chicken with signature sauces. Celebrity Chef Max Hardy is happy to be back in his hometown serving up his favorite flavors.

Grandma Bob’s (Fall 2018)

2135 Michigan Ave., Corktown

Offering artisanal, Detroit-style pizzas in Corktown, Grandma Bob’s (formerly called White Star Pizza) will also serve vegan-friendly and gluten-free options and other fun, tasty pies. With its friendly take on the local “pizza joint,” White Star also features a menu of local craft beers and ciders.

Alma Kitchen (Fall 2018)

14300 E Jefferson Ave., Jefferson Chalmers

Inspired by the flavors of the diverse cultures and ideas of modern Detroit, Alma Kitchen has a menu that can’t be labeled as any one thing. Another Motor City Match recipient, owners Gary Mui and Alicia Sanchez are excited to become a staple of their new neighborhood. Alma Kitchen features an exciting lunch and dinner menu, as well as a tantalizing brunch menu which includes an inventive Free Range Chicken Hash of shredded chicken, red potatoes, peppers and onions smothered in an Andouille sausage gravy.

Cannelle Coffee & Patisserie (Fall 2018)

French Pastries
45 W. Grand River Ave., Capitol Park

The downtown outpost of the popular Birmingham patisserie will feature a menu of delicious, inspired pastries. Customers rave about the plum tart, English cakes, and macarons. Owned by Matt Knio, the new downtown location will also feature a few treats specific to the city. Cannelle will seat 20 patrons indoors and another 20 on its outdoor patio.

Spread Deli & Coffee Shop (Fall 2018)

4215 Cass Ave., Cass Corridor

Featuring 10 different sandwiches made with Avalon breads, meats, and produce and cheese from Eastern Market, Spread Deli & Coffee House boasts an enviable local menu. True to their brand, the shop also has Cadillac Coffee and Detroit Cookie Company cookies. Spread is excited to offer a clean cut, unpretentious but delicious menu.

Shimmy Shack (Fall 2018)

1440 Sheldon Rd., Plymouth

Starting life as a vegan and gluten free food truck, Shimmy Shack is finally opening their first brick and mortar location. Featuring fast food service counters, a vegan and gluten free marketplace, and Sundays reserved for private parties. Try the “Shimmy Coney,” a Lightlife-brand soy dog grilled and topped with their signature vegan chili, mustard, and onions.

Magnet (Fall 2018)

Veggie-Centric American
4848 Grand River Ave., Woodbridge

Magnet features a ‘vegetable-centric’ menu in the former Magnet Radiator Works building on Grand River. The 14-foot exposed ceilings and open kitchen are complimented by a park that owner Philip Kafka is developing on the neighboring property. Rotating daily specials or ‘indulgences’ will be added to the vegetable menu and will include pizza and burgers.

Batch Brewing Co.’s “Funk Room” (Fall 2018)

Beer and Event Space
2841 East Grand Blvd., North End

Through acquiring their new 5,000 square-foot second location, Batch Brewing is able to expand their brewing capacity and explore brewing more fermented brews and ciders. Batch Brewing plans to use their new taproom for unique events and tastings. Try the coffee sour that is a collaboration with Anthology Coffee.

Ochre Bakery (Fall 2018)

Baked Goods
4884 Grand River Ave., Woodbridge

From the owners of Astro Coffee comes Ochre Bakery. Known for their hit breads, pastries, and cakes, Jessica Hicks and Dai Hughes will be able to offer a wider selection of tasty treats. Ochre plans to offer naturally leavened bread with grains that are grown and milled as locally as possible. Salads, sandwiches and Australian meat pies will also be on the menu.

Collect (Fall 2018)

Craft Beer Bar
1454 Gratiot Ave., Eastern Market

Located above and owned and operated by Gather, this new craft beer bar features a 14-seat bar, an additional 20 more bench seats, and potential for rooftop seating next spring. Collect will offer about 14 taps, as well as cider and kombucha. An exclusive collaboration beer with Ferndale’s Urbanrest Brewing Company is in the works.

Katsu Detroit (Fall 2018)


Featuring traditional Japanese charcoal-grilled meats, Katsu plans to be fun and friendly communal eating in the traditional izakaya-style. The restaurant will feature a wall-sized grill for skewered meat and veggies as well as seating for up to 50.

Karl’s (Fall 2018)

Comfort Food
1509 Broadway St., Downtown

Coming to the second-floor of the Siren Hotel, Karl’s will feature American classics like donuts and ham sandwiches crafted from thin-cut Parisian ham made at Lady of the House. Karl’s will be open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner but hopes to be a major player in catering to the late-night crowd by featuring live music.

Baobob Fare (Fall 2018)

East African
6568 Woodward Ave., New Center

East African cuisine is making more and more of a splash in Detroit. Refugees from Burundi, Hamissi Mamba and Nadia Nijimbere are a husband and wife team that plan to offer traditional East African cuisine and coffee, as well as a retail offering of African products, spices, and teas. The 65-seat location will also feature plenty of vegan options.

UFO Factory (Fall 2018)

American Fare/Social Club
2110 Trumbull Ave., Corktown

The well-known social club/live music venue is returning after being damaged by a fire. Featuring a full-service bar and tasty small bites at a great price, the return of UFO Factory is highly-anticipated. Known for their amazing Laika Dogs that can be topped with nearly every imaginable topping, UFO Factory will also return with its tasty brunch menu featuring waffle dogs and build your own hash.

Motorburger (Fall 2018)

Detroit Shipping Co., 474 Peterboro St., Cass Corridor

Also a Windsor import to the Detroit Shipping Co., Motorburger offers up high-end burgers and micro brews. With each burger titled as a nod to vintage autos, Motorburger’s Deux Chevaux was declared the “Best Burger in Canada” by Thrillist and Reader’s Digest. The sandwich features grilled beef, gruyere cheese, Dijon mustard, baby spinach, and smoked bacon balsamic caramelized onions. Motorburger also offers several tempting vegetarian items for herbivores.

Zingerman’s (Winter 2019)

New Center

An Ann Arbor staple, Zingerman’s is bringing their magic to the New Center area. With big, loaded sandwiches and house-made soups and sides, Zingerman’s is known for fresh, hand-sliced meat and cheese. The Pig Mac, one of their fan faves, with rosemary ham and applewood bacon served with special sauce, romaine lettuce, cheese and spicy pickles is sure to be a hit in their new location.

Barcade (Winter 2019)

666 Selden St., Midtown

Combining old-school arcade gaming with craft beer, Barcade is bringing its Williamsburg, Brooklyn steeze to Detroit. The location at 666 Selden will be one of the chain’s largest, with more pinball machines than any of their other locations. A passion project of partners Greg Lobdell and Jon Carlson, the Midwest’s Barcade will house all the joys of artisan comfort foods we love here in Michigan, but also partner with local farmers to cater specialty batched wine and spirits for the restaurant. Their brewery program will place an emphasis on women and minority groups as well. The goal is to represent Michigan, and spread love-after all, it’s the Brooklyn way.

Gratiot Avenue Provisions (Winter 2019)

1528 Gratiot Ave., Eastern Market

Located inside what was formerly the Detroit Candy building, Gratiot Avenue Provisions will be a charcuterie-centered restaurant focused on serving their own line of cured meats. The restaurant will offer dinner, brunch, and to-go items. Gratiot Avenue Provisions will also serve craft beers and a basement wine cellar.

Brudders (Winter 2019)

2184 Iroquois Ave., Indian Village

Owned by a member of “a well-known rock band,” Brudders is serving up Italian cuisine including wood-fired pizza. Brudders will also offer up house made pasta and minestrone soup. Also sharing the “Kercheval 3” is Destination 1905, a new bar and Metropolis Cycles—a bike shop.

Paradise Café + Juice Bar (Winter 2019)

Avenue of Fashion

Coming soon to the flourishing Livernois-area Avenue of Fashion, Paradise Café is a Caribbean-influenced vegan restaurant. The Jamaican Jerk BBQ Burger is a black-eyed pea patty covered in a jerk barbecue sauce. Owner Nezaa Bandele hooked fans on her food through her pop-up shops, her vegan lasagna with sunflower seed cheese is sure to be a new neighborhood favorite.

Simply Breakfast (Winter 2019)

Breakfast Fare
7526 W. McNichols Rd., Northwest Detroit

With made from scratch breakfast food, Simply Breakfast is sure to become a staple of Detroit’s Northwest side. Owner Ken Brown was a recipient of a Motor City Match grant which helped bring his dream to reality. The restaurant will also serve food with heart and of its 50-person staff, they will employ at least 15 formerly incarcerated returning citizens.

Jamaican Pot (Winter 2019)

3031 W Grand Blvd., New Center

With a loyal following drawn to the traditional Caribbean flavors at their small carry out restaurant on West 8 Mile Rd., the owners of Jamaican Pot are expanding to a second location. Mama Rose Forrest and husband Bruce Cunningham will still be offering the delicious dishes they are known for like their jerk chicken and stewed cabbage, this time in a larger eat-in location near the city center.

Frita Batidos (Winter 2019)

The District Detroit

The Ann Arbor staple is coming downtown with amazing burgers. Fritas means burgers and batidos means tropical milkshakes which will make for an amazing combination in the Detroit District-area. The new location will still serve many of the popular Ann Arbor menu offerings like the chorizo burger topped with a fried egg. The new location will also feature a sweet snack line, and a make-it-yourself sandwich bar.

Shinola Hotel Restaurants (Winter 2018)

1400 Woodward Ave., Downtown

The team behind nearly a dozen New York City-area restaurants will head the restaurant offerings at the highly-anticipated Shinola Hotel. The menus, and even the names have yet to be disclosed, but with the leadership of partner Andrew Carmellini, one can expect food that is soulful and flavorful, rustic and refined.

Anchor Bar (Winter 2019)

American Fare
450 West Fort Street, Downtown

The historic Anchor Bar, a favorite haunt of Red Wings players and fans, will change hands this fall. The bar is best known for their signature Anchor Wings, delicious Buffalo-style chicken wings served with traditional celery and bleu cheese. The new owners, the Elia Group, have said that they plan to retain the menu with just a few updates.

Slyde (Winter 2019)

114 Stimson St., Midtown

Initially planned for a location on the Avenue of Fashion, Slyde ran into a number of real estate related obstacles. The unique slider spot will now open in a mixed-use space also occupied by Alamo Drafthouse. Slyde plans to offer more than a dozen tasty mini-burgers, healthy sides, and potentially a full bar.

Unnamed Pizza Concept

6519 Woodward Ave., New Center

The owners of Supino are also taking the gamble on the viability opening up shop in New Center. With a focus on pizza of course, the restaurant is likely to be similar in taste to Supino’s. The restaurant will probably offer some pasta dishes and Italian wines and beers. With a limited happy hour menu of drinks and bites, the restaurant is sure to be a late lunch favorite with people working nearby.

Sid’s Gold Request Room (Winter 2019)

American/Piano & Karaoke Bar
1509 Broadway, Downtown

The popular New York City karaoke bar is heading to Detroit prepared to bring their brand of fun and music to the Motor City. Customers can request their song and belt it out while being accompanied by a live pianist. Known for their classic cocktails, Sid’s will likely also feature their signature food menu of American fare like meatballs blended with Parmesan and Sid’s Fries, crispy baked Yukon gold potatoes.

Fort Street Gallery (Winter 2019)

Food Hall
160 W. Fort St., Downtown

Another food-hall collective is coming to Detroit featuring four unique vendors. The collective, which chose its chefs through a competition, will feature seating for 225 people. The gallery will also feature a patio and full-service bar.

Bucharest Grill (Winter 2019)

436 W. Columbia St., The District Detroit
The incredibly popular Mediterranean sandwich spot will return to the downtown area near the stadiums. Featuring all of the favorites from the menu like chicken shawarma and falafel wraps, this downtown location will be the first to feature a full-bar offering.

Besa (Winter 2019)

Albanian & Raw Bar
600 Woodward Ave., Downtown

With a guiding philosophy that means, “our guests before ourselves,” Besa plans to offer Detroit an amazing dining experience. Designed by Neumann Smith Architecture, the restaurant will feature two levels with seating for 135. A raw bar, booths, and hi-tops will be complemented by high ceilings and light fixtures designed to look like clouds. Expect tasty oysters and an extensive wine selection inside the historic Vinton Building.

Motor City Brewing Works (Spring 2019)

Craft Beer & Italian
19350 Livernois Ave.,

The former owner of Angelina Italian Bistro has partnered with Motor City Brewing Works to handle the menu at their new Avenue of Fashion location. The Avenue of Fashion location is the second for Motor City Brewing Works and will focus on serving food rather than making beer onsite. We only hope some of the Italian classics that Angelina featured will make the new menu.

Unnamed Mediterranean Concept (Spring 2019)

6535 Woodward Ave., New Center

Bringing the flavors of Europe, Greece, and the Middle East to the New Center area, the owners of the beloved Selden Standard are preparing to open their yet-unnamed new offering. Featuring extraordinary design that includes 40-foot-high ceilings, the new restaurant will showcase world flavors and a tasting menu.

Kuzzo’s Chicken & Waffles Midtown (Spring 2020)

Fried Chicken9335 Conant St., Hamtramck
3439 Woodward Ave., Midtown

The popular west side eatery will open its second location in the newly-renovated mixed-use development, The Woodward @ Midtown. The second location promises to have a larger kitchen and more seating than the original location. It will still feature the restaurant’s signature red velvet waffles and tasty chicken.


Can’t get enough of places to eat in Detroit? Here’s everything you need to know about Detroit restaurants.

Mentioned Attractions And Venues
  1. Eatori Market
    1215 Griswold St., Detroit, MI 48226313-395-3030Highlight on map | More Details
  2. Asaysia Plates to Share
    1452 Brush St., Detroit, MI 48226313-656-4550Highlight on map | More Details
  3. The Detroit Club
    712 Cass Ave., Detroit, MI 48226313-338-3222Highlight on map | More Details
  4. Wahlburgers
    569 Monroe St., Detroit, MI 48226313-209-4499Highlight on map | More Details
  5. Catrina’s Taqueria
    23019 W. Outer Drive, Allen Park, MI 48101313-462-2900Highlight on map | More Details
  6. Avalon Cafe & Biscuit Bar
    2990 W. Grand Blvd., Detroit, MI 48202313-800-5760Highlight on map | More Details
  7. Giordano's Pizza
    1224 Randolph St., Detroit, MI 48226313-752-0441Highlight on map | More Details
  8. Red Dunn Kitchen
    1331 Trumbull Ave., Ste. 100, Detroit, MI 48216313-887-9477Highlight on map | More Details
  9. Prime + Proper
    1145 Griswold St., Detroit, MI 48226313-636-3100Highlight on map | More Details
  10. Lovers Only Detroit
    34 W. Grand River Ave., Detroit, MI 48226Highlight on map | More Details
  11. Brome Modern Eatery
    607 Shelby St., Detroit, MI 48226313-403-1200Highlight on map | More Details
  12. Lady of the House
    1426 Bagley St., Detroit, MI 48216313-818-0218Highlight on map | More Details
  13. Apparatus Room
    250 W. Larned St., Detroit, MI 48226313-800-5600Highlight on map | More Details
  14. The Greek
    535 Monroe St., Detroit, MI 48226313-209-6667Highlight on map | More Details
  15. Greektown Casino-Hotel
    1200 St. Antoine St., Detroit, MI 48226313-223-2999Highlight on map | More Details
  16. Mike's Pizza Bar
    Little Caesars Arena, 2515 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48202313-782-4589Highlight on map | More Details
  17. Sports & Social Detroit
    Little Caesars Arena, 28 Henry St., Detroit, MI 48202313-782-4778Highlight on map | More Details
  18. Kid Rock’s Made in Detroit
    Little Caesars Arena, 2645 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48202313-462-8620Highlight on map | More Details
  19. Checker Bar, Pop + Offworld
    124 Cadillac Square, Detroit, MI 48226313-961-9249Highlight on map | More Details
  20. AK Takeaway
    150 W Jefferson Ave, Detroit, MI, USA313-771-3030Highlight on map | More Details
  21. Deluxx Fluxx
    225 Gratiot Ave, Detroit, MI, USAHighlight on map | More Details
  22. ChickP
    110 Clifford St, Detroit, MI, USA313-315-3042Highlight on map | More Details
  23. Chili Mustard Onions
    3411 Brush Street, Detroit, MI, USA313-462-4949Highlight on map
  24. Second Best Bar
    42 Watson St, Detroit, MI, USA313-315-3077Highlight on map | More Details
  25. Albena
    1509 Broadway St, Detroit, MI, USAHighlight on map | More Details
  26. Norma G's
    14700 E Jefferson Ave, Detroit, MI, USA313-290-2938Highlight on map | More Details
  27. Empire Kitchen and Cocktails
    3148 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI, USA313-315-3131Highlight on map | More Details
  28. Gran Castor
    2950 Rochester Rd, Troy, MI, USA248-278-7777Highlight on map | More Details
  29. Le Petit Zinc
    70 West Alexandrine Street, Detroit, MI, USA313-963-2805Highlight on map | More Details
  30. Detroit Shipping Co.
    474 Peterboro Street, Detroit, MI, USAHighlight on map | More Details
  31. Urban Ramen
    4206 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI, USA313-550-8199Highlight on map | More Details
  32. Rocco's Italian Deli
    3267 Cass Avenue, Detroit, MI, USA313-315-3033Highlight on map | More Details
  33. Kiesling Bar
    449 East Milwaukee Avenue, Detroit, MI, USA313-638-2169Highlight on map | More Details
  34. Fantastic Subs
    9335 Conant St, Hamtramck, MI, USA313-974-6073Highlight on map | More Details
  35. Honey
    20342 West Grand River Avenue, Detroit, MI, USA313-326-6060Highlight on map | More Details
  36. Le Detroit Macaron
    2756 Evaline St, Hamtramck, MI, USA313-338-8006Highlight on map | More Details
  37. California Burgerz
    12045 Conant Street, Hamtramck, MI, USA313-703-8000Highlight on map | More Details
  38. For the Love of Sugar
    100 Erskine Street, Detroit, MI, USA313-788-7111Highlight on map | More Details
  39. Founders
    456 Charlotte St, Detroit, MI 48201, USA313-335-3440Highlight on map | More Details
  40. Amore da Roma
    3401 Riopelle St, Detroit, MI 48207, USA313-831-5940Highlight on map | More Details
  41. Mutiny Bar
    4654 Vernor Hwy, Detroit, MI 48209, USA313-406-4043Highlight on map | More Details
  42. Lumen Detroit
    1903 Grand River Ave, Detroit, MI 48226, USA313-626-5005Highlight on map | More Details
  43. La Noria Bistro
    5517 Michigan Avenue, Detroit, MI, USA313-338-3545Highlight on map | More Details
  44. The Grille Room at the Detroit Club
    712 Cass Avenue, Detroit, MI, USA313-338-3222Highlight on map | More Details
  45. Dos Los Tacos
    10337 Joseph Campau Ave, Hamtramck, MI 48212, USA313-872-6838Highlight on map | More Details
  46. Folk
    1948, 1701 Trumbull Ave., Detroit, MI 48216313-290-5849Highlight on map | More Details
  47. Doug's Delight
    24110 John R Road, Hazel Park, MI, USAHighlight on map
  48. River Bistro
    18456 Grand River Ave, Detroit, MI 48223, USA313-953-2225Highlight on map | More Details
  49. Willis Show Bar
    4156 3rd Ave, Detroit, MI 48201, USA313-992-7252Highlight on map | More Details
  50. Castalia
    3980 2nd Ave, Detroit, MI, USA313-305-1442Highlight on map | More Details
  51. Candy Bar
  52. Populace Coffee
    1509 Broadway St, Detroit, MI 48226, USA313-277-4736Highlight on map | More Details
  53. SheWolf Pastificio & Bar
    438 Selden St, Detroit, MI 48201, USA313-315-3992Highlight on map | More Details
  54. Culantro
    22939 Woodward Ave, Ferndale, MI 48220, USA248-632-1055Highlight on map | More Details
  55. M Cantina
    13214 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn, MI, USA313-399-9117Highlight on map | More Details
  56. Edo Ramen House
    4313 West 13 Mile Road, Royal Oak, MI, USA248-556-5775Highlight on map | More Details
  57. Applebee's + iHOP
    333 E Jefferson Ave, Detroit, MI 48226, USA313-879-5141Highlight on map