Whether you’re planning a visit to the North American International Auto Show January 17th – 27th or have a day downtown on your radar later this year, Detroit is brimming with culinary hot spots to help you refuel.
So, after you’ve worked up an appetite exploring the Cobo Center or any other attraction unique to the Motor City, make a pit stop at one of these seven spots that are putting the restaurant scene in the 313 on the map.
Addison Eatery – 3111 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48201
The Addison Eatery offers American cuisine mixed with the heart of Detroit’s Brush Park District. With menu options like the Red Velvet Waffle, Salmon BLT and Ratatouille, you’re sure to find a delicious dish that will hit the spot. Call ahead or reserve a table online at one of Detroit’s newest culinary arrivals.
Antietam – 1428 Gratiot Ave., Detroit, MI 48207
For a feast fit to remember, look no further than Antietam. An experience at this downtown restaurant offers you French cuisine and other mouthwatering entrées. From market greens to whitefish and leg of rabbit, you won’t go home hungry, or unsatisfied, after enjoying a meal at Antietam.
Dime Store – 719 Griswold St. #180, Detroit, MI 48226
Dime Store is an American Brunch Bar in downtown Detroit that earned its claim to fame specializing in breakfast, lunch and booze. From hot omelets, to savory sandwiches and salads, the Dime Store menu is a unique blend of scratch-made traditional favorites and creative combinations.
Gold Cash Gold – 2100 Michigan Ave., Detroit, MI 48216
Gold Cash Gold considers themselves “farmstead fine food with a nod to the South, rooted in old world tradition.” – but don’t think that GCG isn’t still uniquely Detroit! Visit the restaurant for lunch or dinner, or even to enjoy a few drinks with friends. Between the southern cooking and hospitality, you may never want to leave.
HopCat Detroit – 4265 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48201
This Grand Rapids hot spot has made its way to Detroit. The HopCat staff prides themselves on serving great food, and even better beer. From pilsners to IPAs, HopCat is already a popular destination among Detroiters and those traveling to the city. Rated one of the “Best Beer Bars on Planet Earth” by BeerAdvocate, you’ll want to check out what’s on tap when you venture to this new bar that opened its doors in late 2014.
Punch Bowl Social –1331 Broadway St., Detroit, MI 48226
Punch Bowl Social opens its doors to those who seek an establishment with an old-school feel. Besides the delectable menu options and craft beer offerings, Punch Bowl includes karaoke rooms, darts, shuffleboard, ping pong tables, and to its namesake – bowling lanes. Punch Bowl is great for breakfast, lunch and dinner, or just a night out on the town.
Selden Standard – 3921 Second Ave., Detroit, MI 48201
Selden Standard aims to bring friends together to share a meal born through local flavors. Selden Standard’s atmosphere and dining room are rustic and casual and invite you to come as you are. If you’re looking for great food, great company and a good time, don’t miss Selden Standard.
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