Fall tastes like fresh, cold cider pressed from Michigan apples and delicious doughnuts served hot in a paper bag straight from the fryer.
Oktoberfest is a German celebration of heritage, food, music and beer. We’ve selected the top places to celebrate Oktoberfest in Detroit and its surrounding areas.
Consider a trip to one of these Detroit-area orchards for a day of family fun, entertainment and education.
Museums have become a way for patrons and casual observers to connect with history, art and culture without having to leave the state. The two major museums include the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Detroit Historical Museum.
Learn about some of the best cultural museums including the Charles H. Wright, the Arab American National Museum and the Holocaust Memorial.
Whether you’re looking for a romantic date or just a place to Warm up by the fire at these toasty Detroit restaurants including Dick O’Dow’s, Sidetrack, The Alibi and more.
Here are a few cultural gems to consider in the Metro Detroit area. You may have overlooked these before, but they are worth a visit. Even if you have visited them in the past, it’s worth your time to take a second look.
So, where do you draw the line? Have you been outraged at the age of candy beggars at your door in the past — and how did you handle it?
Plenty of metro Detroit restaurants and bars get it on the Oktoberfest action, but look to these German spots for authenticity, Oktoberfest or not, if you’re looking to channel our inner German bier lover.
Take the easy way out with these fun, festive — and simple — homemade Halloween costumes. Keep it light, keep it fresh, and let your sense of humor shine.