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  • DuMouchelle
    • Neighborhood: Downtown
    • Price Level:   

    If you’ve spent any time strolling around Bricktown, you may have spotted the curious establishment hidden in plain view on Jefferson Ave. Through the floor-to-ceiling windows on the first floor of a mid-rise, red brick building, you can spot stacks of vintage-looking furniture, decorations and a seemingly random collections of odd trinkets. W [...]

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  • Coffee and (_____)
    • Neighborhood: Rivertown & Southeast
    • Price Level:   
    • Has weekend brunch.
    • Vegetarian Options
    • Outdoor Patio
    • Cards Accepted
    • Free Parking Available

    Coffee and (____) is so much more than just a coffee house. This popup-to-permanent  marvel first debuted in October 2012, in a shop located in the new Jefferson East district (aka the artist formerly known as Jefferson Chalmers). The shop’s name hints at its ever-changing spread of exquisite baked goods as well as the constantly rotating sel [...]

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  • Cass Cafe
    • Neighborhood: Midtown
    • Price Level:   
    • Vegetarian Options
    • Cards Accepted
    • Free Parking Available

    Cass Cafe’s offbeat vibe and comfortable Art Deco interior are the antithesis of a glossy chain restaurant, and that’s exactly why we love it. Part-restaurant, part-bar and part-art gallery, this spot has been a neighborhood institution for 20 years. Located in the heart of the Cass Corridor and Midtown’s Cultural Center, the cafe is a reg [...]

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  • Fourteen East
    • Neighborhood: Midtown
    • Free Parking Available

    Tucked inside the grand historic Park Shelton, a cozy and contemporary cafe has been quietly gaining a reputation as one of Midtown’s best-kept secrets. At Fourteen East, the baristas take no shortcuts when it comes to crafting a perfect espresso or latte. The java selection is made up of specialty brews from Chazzano Coffee Roasters, prepar [...]

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  • Pewabic Pottery
    • Neighborhood: Rivertown & Southeast

    If you grew up in Metro Detroit, chances are you’ve heard of Pewabic Pottery. You may have seen the decorative tiles in gift shops around the city. Maybe you even toured the pottery with your class as a kid. But there are secrets of this 110-year old treasure that we bet you’ve never heard before. Founded in 1903, at the height of America’ [...]

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