20 Detroit restaurants to help you cure your hangover

Let's face it, you're not 21 anymore, which means a night of drinking could lead to three days of being less than your best. Whether you need a liquid pick-me-up (more booze in Bloody Mary form) or something edible to soak up some of that Bushmills, here's our top 20 picks for where to go to find some reprieve. And hey, if you are 21, enjoy not being hungover, that shit doesn't last forever.

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Honest John’s Bar & Grill, 488 Selden St.
It really doesn't matter what time you hit Honest John's. This old-school spot has you covered breakfast (well, actually whenever you decide to wake up), lunch, dinner and late nights. Why not nurse that hangover over some chicken and waffles and a screwdriver? (Photo via Yelp, Steve G.)
Honest John’s Bar & Grill, 488 Selden St.

It really doesn't matter what time you hit Honest John's. This old-school spot has you covered breakfast (well, actually whenever you decide to wake up), lunch, dinner and late nights. Why not nurse that hangover over some chicken and waffles and a screwdriver? (Photo via Yelp, Steve G.)

Rose's Fine Food, 10551 E. Jefferson Ave.
I think breakfast wins for best food to cure the hangover and the breakfasts that come off this spots griddle are amazing. Homemade bread, fresh, local ingredients, oh and those Crybaby donuts hit the spot when you're in need of a pick-me-up. (Photo via Facebook)
Rose's Fine Food, 10551 E. Jefferson Ave.

I think breakfast wins for best food to cure the hangover and the breakfasts that come off this spots griddle are amazing. Homemade bread, fresh, local ingredients, oh and those Crybaby donuts hit the spot when you're in need of a pick-me-up. (Photo via Facebook)

Vivio's Food & Spirits, 2460 Market St.
There's an old wive's tale that Bloody Marys are an excellent cure for the common hangover. And around here, the spicy ones served up at Vivio's in Eastern Market are just the ticket. They come equipped with a pickle, lime wedge and a beer back. Just what the doctor ordered, if the doctor was your frat bro. (Photo via Facebook)
Vivio's Food & Spirits, 2460 Market St.

There's an old wive's tale that Bloody Marys are an excellent cure for the common hangover. And around here, the spicy ones served up at Vivio's in Eastern Market are just the ticket. They come equipped with a pickle, lime wedge and a beer back. Just what the doctor ordered, if the doctor was your frat bro. (Photo via Facebook)

Motor City Wine, 1949 Michigan Ave.
You know what they say, nothing cures a hangover like more booze. And lounging about on the patio at this hip wine bar will have you feeling smooth. (Photo via Yelp, Chris M.)
Motor City Wine, 1949 Michigan Ave.

You know what they say, nothing cures a hangover like more booze. And lounging about on the patio at this hip wine bar will have you feeling smooth. (Photo via Yelp, Chris M.)

Grandy's Coney Island, 1200 Holbrook Ave.
How about nip that hangover in the bud hours before it hits. We're talking about drunk eating. And when you hit a quick and dirty grilled cheese from this 24/7 drive-thru, you're ending your night on the right note. (Photo via Instagram, pdmnastyboi)
Grandy's Coney Island, 1200 Holbrook Ave.

How about nip that hangover in the bud hours before it hits. We're talking about drunk eating. And when you hit a quick and dirty grilled cheese from this 24/7 drive-thru, you're ending your night on the right note. (Photo via Instagram, pdmnastyboi)

Hamtramck Coney Island, 9741 Joseph Campau Ave., Hamtramck
This greasy spoon wins for its hashbrowns. They're nothing spectacular, but if you order them here and ask for them well-done, you'll get a crispy, savory oily plate of goodness that will soak up all that booze. (Photo via Instagram, themeanderingman)
Hamtramck Coney Island, 9741 Joseph Campau Ave., Hamtramck

This greasy spoon wins for its hashbrowns. They're nothing spectacular, but if you order them here and ask for them well-done, you'll get a crispy, savory oily plate of goodness that will soak up all that booze. (Photo via Instagram, themeanderingman)

Drought, 441 W Canfield
OK, we don't normally condone purchasing any juice that costs more than your week's worth of dorm snacks, but when you're feeling green from the night before, one of the hydrating potions packed into the glass jars at Drought will get you right in no time. (Photo via Facebook)
Drought, 441 W Canfield

OK, we don't normally condone purchasing any juice that costs more than your week's worth of dorm snacks, but when you're feeling green from the night before, one of the hydrating potions packed into the glass jars at Drought will get you right in no time. (Photo via Facebook)

Le Petit Zinc, 1055 Trumbell St.
Don't let Mom know you spent the night out drinking when she comes to town to check in on how college is treating you. Instead, take her here for a classy and tasty brunch that will make you forget all about it. (Photo via Yelp, Joe J.)
Le Petit Zinc, 1055 Trumbell St.

Don't let Mom know you spent the night out drinking when she comes to town to check in on how college is treating you. Instead, take her here for a classy and tasty brunch that will make you forget all about it. (Photo via Yelp, Joe J.)

Bronx Bar, 4476 2nd Ave.
It's a Wayne State tradition, Sunday brunch at Bronx Bar. Treat yourself and your hangover to the make-your-own Bloody Mary bar, brunch menu and that killer jukebox that'll drown out the sound of your grumbling, hungover tummy. (Photo via Chris V., Yelp)
Bronx Bar, 4476 2nd Ave.

It's a Wayne State tradition, Sunday brunch at Bronx Bar. Treat yourself and your hangover to the make-your-own Bloody Mary bar, brunch menu and that killer jukebox that'll drown out the sound of your grumbling, hungover tummy. (Photo via Chris V., Yelp)

Pupusería y Restaurante Salvadoreño, 3149 Livernois Ave
If you've never heard of a pupusa, make a mental note to try one at this Salvadoran eatery. Well, maybe make an actual note, in case you forget after a long night of barhopping. Pupusas are pancake-esque pieces of dough stuffed with thick gooey cheese, pork, and a range of other fillings. Unique to the cuisine of El Salvador, these hidden gems are little pillows of love and tastiness. (Photo via Ashley M., Yelp)
Pupusería y Restaurante Salvadoreño, 3149 Livernois Ave

If you've never heard of a pupusa, make a mental note to try one at this Salvadoran eatery. Well, maybe make an actual note, in case you forget after a long night of barhopping. Pupusas are pancake-esque pieces of dough stuffed with thick gooey cheese, pork, and a range of other fillings. Unique to the cuisine of El Salvador, these hidden gems are little pillows of love and tastiness. (Photo via Ashley M., Yelp)