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Cafe d’Mongo’s looks like a dive bar and the Detroit history museum got drunk and decided to join forces. If you haven’t been, go now.
Start your night at Standby in Belt Alley with a cocktail that'll take a few minutes to make, or come later for some late-night gnocchi.
When you want to convince your coworker that tofu is delicious, or when you just want an excuse to eat some vegetables, check out Detroit Vegan Soul.
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.
Detroit Institute of Bagels in Corktown looks like a yoga studio, but serves some of the best bagels in town - proof that life is all about balance.
Taqueria El Rey in Mexicantown is the first place to go for tacos in Detroit. Get the grilled chicken, some al pastor, and a beer. Repeated as needed.
Johnny Noodle King is where to go on West Fort for ramen - from classic tantanmen to gourmet "dorm room ramen" - and plenty of sake.
There is only one place you should go for wings in Detroit and that place is Sweetwater Tavern.
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.
Rose’s Fine Foods is the diner you wish was around the corner from your house. Unless you actually do live that close, and in that case -congrats.
Supino's serves some of the best pizza in Detroit and is a great place to grab a slice when you're trying to decide where to eat at Eastern Market.
Slows in Corktown is a Detroit institution that serves all of the barbecue classics, along with a wide variety of craft beers.
Go to Gold Cash Gold in Corktown to feel a little fancy while eating fried chicken, but stay for the patio and great cocktails.
If you want to sit on a big ivy-covered patio, eat lots of pasta, and talk about that trip to Rome you've been "planning," head to La Dolce Vita.
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.