Restaurant reviews

Brush Park’s Bar Pigalle has fun playing with Detroit’s French connection

Viva la France: The menu includes charcuterie, brioche, potatoes lyonnaise, vichyssoise, absinthe, frog legs — and the fries are ‘frites’

By Jane Slaughter

Gentrifying Brush Park has a stunning new eatery to match its recent condo developments, proving that if you build it, they (the restaurants) will come. The décor of Bar Pigalle, on the ground floor of the Carlton Lofts, is simple, with uncovered tables and uncomplicated furnishings...

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30 spots for late-night eats in metro Detroit

There’s nothing like a late-night bite, especially after an evening out at a nightclub or concert. While many restaurants and bars have…

By Lee DeVito

American Coney Island has served diner fare out of a flatiron building in Detroit since 1917.
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Where to find doughnuts, cider, and corn mazes in the metro Detroit area this fall

Just because the leaves are turning, doesn't mean the outdoor fun stops in Michigan. Yes, we spend our summers at the lake,…

By Metro Times Staff

Farmer J's World Record Corn Maze
    16405 Pherdun Rd., Dundee; 734-717-2376; cornmazefun.net
  This Dundee-based maze broke two Guinness World Records in 2010 for world's longest corn maze path and world's biggest, coming in at 10.5 miles.
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The 25 best Detroit restaurants when you have $10 or less

A delicious dish of food doesn't have to be an expensive one. With a plethora of dining options in the Detroit area,…

By Metro Times Staff

The former White Towers
    Telway; 6820 Michigan Ave., Detroit; 313-843-2146 | Greene’s 24155 Orchard Lake Rd., Farmington; 248-474-7980 | Brayz Hamburger; 22941 Dequindre Rd., Hazel Park; 248-542-8878 | Hunter House; 35075 Woodward Ave., Birmingham; 248-646-7121; hunterhousehamburgers.com | 33406 Five Mile Rd., Livonia; 734-427-3464; batesburgers.com
    About a century ago, White Tower burger restaurants sprung up across the Midwest — before rival White Castle sued them for aping their style. Some of the chain’s classic white buildings remain in metro Detroit, and continue to sell sliders at classic prices.
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The Detroit area restaurants that have closed so far in 2022

It seems the local dining industry is finally bouncing back after the harsh take down it suffered during the height of the…

By Metro Times Staff

PJ's Lager House
1254 Michigan Ave., Detroit

Corktown rock ’n’ roll bar PJ’s Lager House sold its building and business to the owner of the next-door building that houses the James Oliver Coffee Co.
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