Set in the 1926 art deco Wurlitzer Building, this hip hotel in Downtown is a minute's walk from the Broadway Street People Mover station, across the road from the Detroit Opera House and a 5-minute walk from Comerica Park baseball stadium.
Nestled between the historic Brush Park and Midtown neighborhoods, Grey Ghost Detroit was born from dedicated craftsmen, committed to the art of butchery, refinement of crafting cocktails and unparalleled hospitality.
This family owned and operated taqueria located in the heart of Mexicantown has been serving up authentic Mexican faves since 1967. It's a perfect place to enjoy a margarita on the patio or late night eats on the weekends.
Serving up amazing coffee and pastries in the city’s West Village neighborhood this airy and bright shop is great for a chill breakfast or afternoon snack. Be sure to check of the MITM alum, Ouizi mural across the street.
Iconic Vet bar located in Midtown that has come to be one of the city’s best known and loved dive bars. Cheap drinks, great jukebox, pool table, patio and a wide range of live music from hip-hop to rock on the weekends.
One of the largest art collections in the U.S and considered the city’s crown jewel this museum is home to contemporary art to ancient Egyptian and European works as well as the infamous Diego Rivera mural “Detroit Industry”.
Home to the world’s largest exhibition African-American culture this is a must see is located in city’s cultural center by Wayne State University and is surrounded by a hub of restaurants, shops and bars.
Designed by the same artichect as Central Park this is the country’s largest city island park that is perfect from everything from BBQ’s and picnics to riding bikes, visiting the botanical garden, taking a swim or watching the sunset while you look across the river at Windsor and our Canadian neighbors.
Formerly a Grand Trunk Western Railroad line this recreational greenway is located on the city’s east side and is a must for taking a walk or bike ride while getting a glance at some more murals.