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Detroit: Where to eat

Dining favorites in Detroit range from Atlas Global Bistro to Toasted Oak Grill and Market.
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    Good Girls Go to Paris Crepes
    Good Girls Go to Paris Crepes
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    Atlas Global Bistro
    Atlas Global Bistro
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    Rattlesnake Club
    Rattlesnake Club

Atlas Global Bistro From the in-house grind burger to the duck confit, everything is prepared with care at this bistro housed in a historic 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 This restaurant in Novi’s Baronette Hotel showcases regional foods by an award-winning chef. (248) 277-6000;

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