What's the perfect itinerary for a day out in Macomb County? That all depends on what you're in the mood for. But whether it's lunch out with friends, family time or you just want few hours to yourself; there are plenty of options.
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Hold on to your Pokemon! Youmacon 2016 – Michigan's largest Japanese anime and pop culture convention, returns to Detroit's Cobo Center and Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center for its 12th year. The high energy, non-stop celebration of Japanese animation, video games, comics and art runs 24-hours-a-day from 8 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 3 through 6 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 6.
On any given night, visitors can experience Detroit's rich music scene, nightlife and unparalleled architecture. This month, the Detroit Institute of Arts shines new light on that experience in a new photography exhibit. Detroit After Dark: Photographs from the DIA Collection focuses in on moments in time when Detroit music fans boast "I was there" or wax poetic on fond memories of the city's past. Prepare to traverse the city at night through dramatic architectural studies, street scenes, and visit legendary Detroit clubs where jazz, punk and garage rock reigned supreme.
Being only a 90-minute flight from 60 percent of the nation's population, sharing a border with Windsor and having 40,000 competitively priced hotel rooms are just three of many reasons why Detroit serves as an excellent meeting destination. If you're a meeting planner considering Detroit for a meeting, conference, convention or reunion, you will undoubtedly need to think about food. Listed below are six group-friendly Detroit restaurants that can accommodate your crew: