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Corktown has evolved into one of the hippest neighborhoods in the country for food and drink. Here are the best places to eat in this par.

Katoi

Look Around Katoi, a Thai-Inspired Restaurant Opening Imminently in Corktown

After more than a year of food trucks and temporary pop-ups in Ann Arbor, the Katoi team is ready to launch its permanent brick-and-mortar restaurant in Corktown tonight.

The 12 Most Anticipated Restaurants and Bars in Detroit, Fall 2017

Take a Peek at the Renderings for Social Sushi

The 12 Most Anticipated Restaurants and Bars in Detroit, Fall 2017

Detroit, Restaurants, Diners, Restaurant

Parc Launches Lunch With Crispy Short Rib Tacos Today

Plus, Detroit’s Restaurant Week will be resurrected in February

Falafill Midtown 2015

The 12 Most Anticipated Detroit Openings of Winter/Spring 2015

Falafill Midtown 2015

Kate Williams’ Lady of the House Takes Over St. Cece’s Space in Corktown

The 12 Most Anticipated Restaurants and Bars in Detroit, Fall 2017

3. Duly's Place, Detroit

These 11 Extremely Tiny Restaurants In Michigan Are Actually Amazing

11 Tiny Restaurants In Michigan That Are Actually Amazing

Vernor's Pharmacy and Soda Fountain

Vernor’s Ginger Ale storefront, located in a brick building at 33 Woodward Avenue. The sign has eight hundred and sixteen lamps constantly moving, filling the glass with the finest drink ever.

These 9 Detroit Restaurants and Bars Have Stunning Views - Eater Detroit

These 9 Detroit Restaurants and Bars Have Stunning Views

Detroit, MI - spent some time in Detroit in 2008 when I was in the area to interview for grad school at Bowling Green; I learned a lot about Detroit's history in SOC classes, so I decided to make a point to explore...particularly the disadvantaged areas. I was so incredibly moved by Detroit.

Received our second verbal commitment last night. He is an extremely talented athlete from Detroit, Michigan!

interior of the Detroit train station. Now and then.

interior of the Detroit train station. Dick took me here when I was a little kid and he'd have a beer and buy me a pop and money to buy a president plastic head that was made by a machine.

Detroit Tiger ! Ready for some Detroit Tiger Baseball!!!!!!!

Detroit Comerica Park and their mascot. A brilliantly new stadium.which hosts the revived Detroit Tigers.

WWJ-TV and Radio, Detroit 1930's.  Underneath the street was a tunnel that went across to The Detroit News.

WWJ-TV and Radio, Detroit Underneath the street was a tunnel that went across to The Detroit News. This pin is from a great board of historical photos of Detroit by Amber Rakowski: "Historic Memories"

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