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Detroit draws businesses and conference events like a magnet these days. While work hours may be spent in meetings, evenings remain open to explore the Motor City. With so many recent accolades to its credit, Detroit may be among the most welcoming cities for visitors. We've got insider tips on the best ways to make the most of an evening in Detroit.
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.
Great dive bars in Detroit? I could fill a book. But since I probably only have your attention for the next 90 seconds or so, let me just share a few suggestions on some of the many, many best places in Detroit to commune with the locals and get a true sense of place.
Cadieux Café near Detroit’s East English Village neighborhood is home to one of the most unique sports in the Motor City: Featherbowling. This classic Belgian bar houses the only featherbowling lanes in the United States, and is a favorite hangout for Detroit’s Belgian community, tourists, young Detroiters and beer enthusiasts...