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Popular Restaurants in Detroit

If you're a first time visitor to Detroit, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in Detroit.

What are some good restaurants in Detroit?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Detroit.

Slows Bar-B-Q
2138 Michigan Ave. Detroit, MI

(313) 962-9828
Santorini Estiatorio Detroit
501 Monroe St Detroit, MI
The Whitney
4421 Woodward Ave Detroit, MI
1128 Washington Blvd Detroit, MI
Bucharest Grill
1623 Michigan Ave Detroit, MI

(313) 965-3111
Lafayette Coney Island
118 W Lafayette Blvd Detroit, MI

(313) 964-8198
Supino Pizzeria
2457 Russell St Detroit, MI

(313) 567-7879
Selden Standard
3921 2nd Ave Detroit, MI

(313) 438-5055
Detroit Institute of Arts - Catering
5200 Woodward Ave Detroit, MI

(313) 833-1925
1431 Times Square Detroit, MI

(313) 926-0783
Mink Detroit
1701 Trumbull Detroit, MI

(313) 379-6465
The Apparatus Room
250 W Larned St Detroit, MI

(313) 800-5600
Traffic Jam And Snug
511 West Canfield Street Detroit, MI

(313) 831-9470
Coach Insignia
100 Renaissance Center Detroit, MI


Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"A delicious BBQ in town is Slows Bar-B-Q and you can try Greek food in Detroit's Greektown restaurant Santorini Estiatorio Detroit."  See More

"My favorite nicer place is Roast, in downtown close to Campus Martius, the best restaurant in Detroit in my opinion."  See More

"Bucharest Grill for casual Greek food."  See More

"Lafayette Coney Island doesn't fit the type of food you're looking for but worth the stop if you've never had a Coney Island hotdog before."  See More

"You need to visit the Eastern Market and eat at Supino Pizzeria on 2457 Russell Street, in Detroit."  See More

"I would head to downtown Detroit to the Detroit Institute of Arts - Catering Institute of Arts or a Tiger game at Comerica Park Comerica Park, it's a great stadium."  See More

"SavannahBlue, (Stylish eatery featuring contemporary soul food, sophisticated cocktails & a select wine list."  See More

"The oyster bar downtown Detroit, Mink Detroit, is a wonderful and cozy spot!"  See More

"The Apparatus Room on Larned is in an old firehouse, which now houses a boutique hotel."  See More

Where can I find out more about Detroit?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Detroit locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Detroit.

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