My advice is to start at the International Institute of Metropolitan Detroit 111 E.kirby . IIMD is truly one of the hidden jewel of Motown. Where the World cultures meet. The smiles of ethnic food runs to your nose in the same harmony as the great music from around the World welcoming you to…
Great nightlife, bars, and has the Q-line to take you up and down Woodward Avenue.
Midtown - Home to art galleries, science centers, and several colleges, Midtown is eclectic. College town meets graduated academia. Things to do: *Detroit Institute of Arts - Includes one of the largest and most significant art collections in the U.S., as well as rotating exhibits. Plan to spend…
University district and cultural center of the city. Nice bars, restaurants and shops.
“Just a mile or so away, and with lots of restaurants, coffee shops and bars. Corktown also has the old train station - soon to be Ford's new home. ”
“Excellent food choices and welcoming atmosphere. Gather also opened a bar on the second floor. Another reason to visit them!”
“Downtown Detroit is alive! Many new shops, restaurants, clubs and entertainment are in our new Downtown. ”
“Super casual restaurant for Middle Eastern fare with a drive-thru! Regulars jokingly referred to this place as the Coney Island of Middle Eastern restaurants. But don't let the casual atmosphere fool you; Cedarland has exceptional baba ganoush, grape leaves, swharma, tabouli, hummus and more.”