Detroit is an up-and-coming food hotspot and people are starting to take notice. From Greektown to Mexicantown to the northern suburbs, the Detroit area has some of the best chefs in the country heating up the culinary scene. Check out these five up-and-comers.
Burger King isn’t alone in thinking the only thing better than bacon is more bacon. Microcreamery Treat Dreams in Ferndale sells a maple bacon ice cream that a staffer said “sells really well” and the first annual Baconfest in Royal Oak held earlier this month had a packed house.
Four years ago Shane O’Keefe and a group of friends were looking for a way to make a few dollars outside of a traditional job. Hot Spokes was born.
Detroit’s population decline means City Council now must weigh in on new liquor licenses from bars, restaurants or other venues.
If you’re looking for some truly authentic Italian food, then restaurants like Roma Cafe, Mario’s Italian Restaurant, La Dolce Vita, and a few others have the best to offer.
Chinese food your only dining option on Christmas Day? Maybe not. More and more restaurants, even bars, are choosing to remain open for the holiday.
Alibi, Green Lantern, Pizzapapalis — what could these restaurants possibly have in common? They are among the list of the the best places in Detroit to get a slice of pizza, of course.
The most simple, beautiful and loved symbols of Americana is a good burger. Here are some of our staff’s favorites including Miller’s Bar, Redcoat Tavern, JJ Fatts and more.
As a small token of their appreciation, several restaurants, stores and entertainment venues are offering deals for service members on Veterans Day, such as free meals, discounts on merchandise and complimentary admissions.
According to Zagat’s 2012 America’s Top Restaurants Survey, Detroit’s top restaurant is The Lark.