The little eatery with a big following of late-night spouse-soppers draws on grizzled Detroiters as well as hungry hipsters, making for an interesting cultural tension. And when we say people rub elbows here, we mean it: The railroad-style diner has low seats before a long lunch counter, with a few tables tucked in the back. It's not just the ambience Duly's has going for it-- with its timeless plastic-lettered marquee menu and a toilet hidden somewhere back in the kitchen-- but the food is solid dinner fare. Enjoy a late-night plate of scrambled eggs with jalapeno peppers and - if they like you - the staff may give you a free Dum-Dum sucker.

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