Food & Drink
If your family has the tradition of gathering together for an Easter Sunday brunch, you are in luck with a selection of restaurants in the Detroit area that offer some of the best dining you will find anywhere.
The Jewish holiday of Passover celebrates when the ancient Israelites were freed from Egyptian slavery. Passover recipes are easy and delicious for anyone to make; see below for an entree, side dish and dessert.
A champagne cocktail can be a light, refreshing alternative to other drinks. In Detroit, these fine spirits can be found at some of downtown’s best establishments near you.
If you need to find a place to eat out on Valentine’s Day and want to get the best deal in Detroit, check out these suggestions for area restaurants that are running Valentine’s Day specials.
There are many places in the Detroit Metro that serve pancakes, but there are only a few that really stand out in the art of flapjacks. So get your appetite ready for a taste of pancakes you have never imagined possible.
On January 11, celebrate National Hot Toddy Day at these cool Detroit establishments.
Check out these Detroit hot spots for exceptional and unique cocktails.
Cheese lovers, rejoice–January 20 is National Cheese Day! Take the time to stop in at some of the great cheese shops in the Metro Detroit area.