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Hockeytown Cafe Hockeytown Cafe

In town for a special event, theater performance or Lions or Tigers game? Chances are you’ll be hungry at some point. Here are the details on all the closest spots to satisfy your cravings before rooting on the hometown team or seeing your favorite band serenade the crowd.

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Fountain Bistro Lynn Powell

Detroit is a mecca of amazing dining. From Greek to Mexican, our food will not disappoint your taste buds. The options, at various price points, are convenient, too, with plenty of restaurants near Cobo Center. Here are a few of our suggestions:

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Dinosauria 7 - Jennie Miller

There’s more than one summer blockbuster featuring roaring dinosaurs this year. Aside from the smash movie “Jurassic World” in theaters now, metro Detroiters can get even more up-close and personal with the prehistoric creatures at the Detroit Zoo.

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TheHenryFord RagtimeStreetFair

Summer weather and baseball go hand in hand, and most metro Detroiters have made plans to cheer on the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park at least once this season.

But if you’re up for something a little off the beaten baseline, check out the game the way it was originally played — at a Historic Base Ball Game at The Henry Ford. Every Saturday and Sunday through Aug. 23, first pitch is thrown at 1:30 p.m. in the true gentleman’s game played by the rules of 1867.

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Concert of Colors Arab American National Museum

Metro Detroit is proudly teeming with culture: its food, festivals and, most importantly, its people. The Concert of Colors, Midtown Detroit’s diversity music festival, allows the community to celebrate this diversity. Presented by the Arab American National Museum and now in its 23rd year, this free fest brings together crowds of all cultures to experience music from around the globe.

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