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Eldorado General Store Chris Miele
Michigan Avenue begins in downtown Detroit but its history offers a tale all its own. What we see as a mighty path through Corktown and west dates back to the 1820s. Before it was designated as U.S. 12, this route for pioneers had earned the name Old Chicago Road. Let's take Michigan Avenue block by block and see what it holds today.


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GraniteCity Soup
Like Master Chef Louis P. De Gouy says, "Good soup is one of the prime ingredients of good living." Luckily, especially with our seemingly long winter months, metro Detroiters have many tempting options. Here are 10 (of many other) places to warm up and get a scrumptious bowl of soup in and around Detroit:


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Week of Love Andiamo

You’re hearing this from the mouths of experienced Detroit foodies! Thanks to responses from our amazing Instagram followers, we pulled together a list (in no particular order of deliciousness) of some of Detroit’s most romantic restaurants for Valentine’s (or Galentine’s) Day or any day of the year, so there’s no questioning whether or not your date night pick will measure up to expectations.


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NationalMargaritaDay
Who's ready to raise a glass to sunnier days ahead? A perfect margarita should do the trick. In Detroit, you're never far from a chance to sip this classic cocktail. As National Margarita Day approaches in Detroit, we found the best places try a margarita in Detroit this Feb. 22:


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24grille
Detroit is at it again – this time showing off its vibrant food scene. The D was named one of six unexpected cities for the food lover by National Geographic, claiming the title for the North American category.


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