8 "Unique Dining Experience" restaurants in Detroit.
Ima is a casual Japanese noodle shop in Corktown that serves traditional udon and rice bowls, and has one of the city’s best sake selections.
Johnny Noodle King is where to go on West Fort for ramen - from classic tantanmen to gourmet "dorm room ramen" - and plenty of sake.
If you’re with a group and everyone wants something different, go to Craft Work in West Village for everything from oysters to curry lamb and pot pie.
Green Dot Stables is a horse-themed tavern that serves 20+ types of sliders and looks like somewhere your grandpa might've placed race bets.
Gather is a small, seasonal place at Eastern Market with communal tables and minimal design. If you like boozy slushees and shared plates, come here.
With a bright green interior and lots of vegetable dishes, Chartreuse is as close to spring as you can get without leaving Detroit during the winter.
Takoi is a Thai restaurant in Corktown that looks like where Deckard would’ve taken Rachel on a first date in Blade Runner.