Andiamo Dearborn features seafood specialties and other Italian favorites.
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As the birthplace of Henry Ford, the Dearborn/Wayne District is steeped in history but is far from old fashioned. Discover art, dining and lots of culture here. You'll need more than a day to see everything at The Henry Ford, America's greatest history attraction, but don't ignore all the other district wonders worth discovering. Middle Eastern dining, the rolling hills of Hines Drive, the vibrant downtowns of Wyandotte and the Grosse Pointes are just a few of the "must-sees" that will keep your calendar full.
“For the love of Belle Isle.... hydroplanes, handball, picnic heaven in Detroit.” – Anne H.
The Detroit Institute of Arts’ 1,200-seat theater offers up 2015 Academy Award nominated short films throughout February, plus an ongoing stellar winter lineup.
Take a sweet tour and see how Detroit’s famous Sanders and Morley chocolates and treats are made. Tours (and samples!) are free Mon.-Fri.
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