Detroit Trip Guide | Midwest Living

Detroit Trip Guide

Looking to change things up? Find inspiration in the renewed Motor City, with attractions such as the Detroit Institute of Arts, Motown Museum, Comerica Park, and Edsel and Eleanor Ford House.


Detroit's Eastern Market is busiest on Saturdays.
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Where to eat

Atlas Global Bistro From in-house ground burger to the duck confit, everything is prepared with care at this bistro in a historical building. See reviews and ratings. (313) 831-2241;

Good Girls Go to Paris Crepes Luscious sweet and savory fillings line perfect crepes. See reviews and ratings. (877) 727-4727;

Pegasus Taverna Walk to a game at Comerica Park or Ford Field after dinner at this Greektown spot. Try the saganaki haloumi, goat cheese served with flaming brandy. See reviews and ratings. (313) 964-6800;

The Polish Market On Joseph Campau Street, this community mainstay sells meats, pastries and specialty foods, and many patrons speak Polish as they order. See reviews and ratings. (313) 873-6110

Rattlesnake Club Whether you get dinner or just cocktails, plan to sit on the patio along the river. See reviews and ratings. (313) 567-4400;

Roast Celebrity chef Michael Symon’s restaurant in the Westin Book Cadillac is a meat-lover’s paradise. Come here for 14-ounce veal chops and porterhouses the size of shoeboxes. See reviews and ratings. (313) 961-2500;

Roma Cafe Located in the Eastern Market neighborhood, Detroit’s oldest restaurant still serves exceptional Italian food. See reviews and ratings. (313) 831-5940;

Toasted Oak Grill and Market In Novi’s Baronette Hotel, the restaurant showcases regional foods by an award-winning chef. (248) 277-6000;

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