Detroit City Travel Guide

Detroit City Travel Guide

Detroit has had a profound impact on the world – from the putting the world on wheels to the Motown sound – Detroit has crafted American culture.

Metro Detroit has always been a great place to work, live and visit. The region is currently undergoing a renaissance with new developments and attractions. Downtown Detroit’s development boom is unparalleled in the country.

Andiamo Detroit Riverfront is a full-service Italian restaurant with home made pastas, steaks and chops along with fresh fish, veal and chicken dishes. They have private dining that can accompany up to 80 people.

Fishbone’s Greektown is a hot spot for locals and visitors alike. This up-scale seafood, steak and sushi house boasts an extensive menu of Creole and classic American fare, including prime steaks and chops, fresh fish, pastas and daily specials. This Motown destination features two sprawling bars and multi-level seating.

Beverly Hills Grill, although it’s eminently relaxed for diners, the Grill keeps servers nattily attired and offers incredible, quality-driven food — as it has for decades. Regulars adore the place, which treats everyone well and isn’t afraid to accommodate special requests. The slate of daily specials gets lots of attention, and every meal is given the highest regard.

Expect dishes like lobster flatbread pizza, sautéed Arctic char, and angel hair pasta with Creole Gulf shrimp at dinner. Brunch is perennially popular, thanks to fantastic French toast, pancakes, crab cakes Benedict, and the like.

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