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While dining in metro Detroit, you can sample Middle Eastern, Greek, Mexican, Italian and Polish cuisines right alongside culinary creations from renowned master chefs such as Wolfgang Puck and Michael Symon. In between, you can also grab some unforgettable barbeque, maybe a little soul food, and wash it down with a great selection of Michigan-crafted brews and crisp vinos. As if that’s not enough yummy goodness, there are also two unassuming downtown Detroit restaurants living next door to each other that both sell a little piece of heaven tucked in a bun (aka the Coney dog). No trip to Detroit is complete without sampling these dueling world-famous, chili-smothered concoctions. Soooo good. With such a cornucopia of casual and fine dining experiences on the menu, this section is sure to help you pick and choose the metro Detroit restaurants, delis, joints, cafes, taverns, etc. that you won’t want to miss.
“Mexicantown is a must! Los Galanes, LaGloria bakery and the Honeybee market are just a few of our personal favs!” – Melissa C.
Hearty oxtail, jerk chicken and sides of peas and rice are mainstays of the menu at this low-key, Caribbean-style eatery. Family-friendly with kid-approved eating options.
A brewery, a bakery, a dairy, too. This Midtown favorite is known for its cheeses and brews. Try the spicy lentil veggie burger and any dessert topped with the house-made hot fudge.
Fast-casual, yet upscale Lebanese cuisine. Palm Palace has all the Mediterranean staples you crave from hummus to shawarma. Near Nordstrom.