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    • Neighborhood: Downtown
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    Granite City Food & Brewery is like a well-dressed girl who you expect to be snooty, but actually turns out to be really cool and down to earth. The stunning, beautifully styled and appointed restaurant has a cavernous 16,000 square-foot dining room with lots of wood and beautiful stonework. Just walking up to Granite City feels special, th [...]

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    • Neighborhood: Rivertown & Southeast
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    • Free Parking Available

    The industrial section of Detroit’s warehouse district isn’t the spot you’d expect to find a bustling food and nightlife scene - not yet, anyway. But there’s one spot tucked among the raw warehouses and former factories that is bursting with life - and with delicious food. Steve’s Soul Food has been around since 1989; they were origin [...]

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    • Neighborhood: Eastern Market & Central
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    • Live Music
    • Cards Accepted
    • Free Parking Available

    Don’t come to the Painted Lady if you’re hoping for a quiet, laid-back dive, where the floor isn’t sticky and the game is always on the TV. This isn’t that kind of bar. But if you’re looking for a house that rocks with music and a projects a party-at-your-own-speed atmosphere, then this is the place for you. The Painted Lady is easy en [...]

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    • Neighborhood: Downtown
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    • Vegetarian Options
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    Before we’ve had our first cup of coffee in the morning, we feel cranky and sluggish, moving at a sloth’s pace and cursing the daylight like a mole trying to burrow back underground. But after we’ve powered up with a java we feel powerful, sophisticated, ready to take on whatever challenges the day may bring. Kinda like a tiger wearing a bowt [...]

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    • Neighborhood: Eastern Market & Central
    • Price Level:   
    • Live Music
    • Cards Accepted
    • Free Parking Available

    During the early 20th Century, streetcars were the preferred method of travel for many Detroiters. The Packard Plant had recently opened, and auto workers would jump on a trolley during the wee hours to get to the factory. Many of them picked up a rail line in Hamtramck, along a street we know today as Joseph Campau. Back then it was called Baker. [...]

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    • Neighborhood: Eastern Market & Central
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    • Vegetarian Options
    • Cards Accepted
    • Free Parking Available

    When we think of Italian food, two things come to mind: pizza and pasta. Do not expect to find either of those at La Rondinella, Eastern Market’s newest Italian restaurant. First of all, if you want great pizza, just head next door to Supino’s, which has some of the best pies in town. More importantly, Rondi explores the best parts of real I [...]

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    • Neighborhood: Northwest
    • Price Level:   
    • Outdoor Patio
    • Cards Accepted
    • Free Parking Available

    Don’t even think about coming to the Glass House if you are under 25. They won’t tolerate rowdy postgrads at this establishment, and advertise it right on the side of the building (“25 & older”). Cleanly stenciled next to it in red lettering is another sign advertising the bar’s “tight security” - which we think means either they [...]

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    • Neighborhood: Corktown & Southwest
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    Cas Bar is a true dive bar of the finest order. Set on Michigan Ave. in between Central and Springwells, the unassuming watering hole gets its name from the cross street, Casper. Back in the 1980s, this corner of the city was the underground epicenter of hardcore punk. Across the street, the Greystone Hall hosted concerts by punk pioneers like [...]

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    • Neighborhood: Eastern Market & Central
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    • Vegetarian Options
    • Free Parking Available

    Zofia Legowski (aka Zosia) probably had no idea what a legend she was creating when she first took the reigns as the chef of Polish Village Cafe back in 1976. But her authentic, homestyle Polish recipes quickly became icons, modern comfort classics. Four decades later, the restaurant still serves Zosia’s dishes, and some of her cooks still work i [...]

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