In 2019, Detroit gained a number of new restaurants and bars. From pizza to pierogis, here's a few favorites.
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1509 Broadway St., Detroit; 313-855-2757; karlsdetroit.com
While Detroit has no shortage of diners, Karls stands out. Located in the beautifully decorated Siren Hotel, Karls is run by Chef Kate, the mastermind behind Corktowns nationally recognized Lady of the House restaurant.
66 W. Columbia St., Detroit; 313-725-4100; fritabatidos.com
With a popular location already open in Ann Arbor, Frita Batidos is now offering its burgers and shakes in Detroit. The menu boasts a selection of high-quality burgers, with the most popular patty being the Cuban-influenced chorizo burger.
2135 Michigan Ave., Detroit; 313-315-3177; grandmabobs.com
Recently opened by the creators of Pepe Zs in El Club, Grandma Bobs features classic and eclectic new flavors like a sausage and pistachio pizza. A full bar is also available, as well as pizza served by the slice or the pie.
3800 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-474-3477; hammerandnaildetroit.com
With a wide selection of cocktails and bar food served in a relaxed interior, Hammer & Nail is a welcome addition to the Detroit bar scene.
400 Renaissance Center Fl. 72, Detroit; 313-877-9090; highlandsdetroit.com
One of three restaurants and bars that make up the Highlands space, this steakhouse features premium choice-cut beef and a varied selection of dishes.
4842 Grand River Ave., Detroit; 313-656-2640; magnetdetroit.com
From the creators of Takoi comes a vegetable-centric menu at Magnet, a new restaurant inspired Mediterranean and Middle Eastern flavors. The dishes are mainly cooked using a wood-fired grill and wood-burning oven.
33 John R St. Penthouse, Detroit; 313-306-2380; monarchclubdetroit.com
The Monarch Club offers the ideal meal-with-a-view experience. With both traditional and eclectic fare like cauliflower steak and classic meatballs, you can enjoy dinner with a majestic view of Detroit's skyline.
1517 Broadway St., Detroit; 313-433-6494; paramitasound.com
Michiganders love food and beer, and Detroit loves music. Paramita Sound has combined these elements into a bar and record store combo. You can enjoy a delicious meal and drinks while browsing the available records in the store.
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1464 Van Dyke, Detroit; 313-420-8047
Aiming to bring new flavors and fare to Detroit's food scene, Snack Camp offers international foods in small portions for snackers craving something new.
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Bon Bon Bon
441 W. Canfield St. Ste. 12, Detroit; 313-334-5276; bonbonbon.com
With multiple locations in and around the city, Bon Bon Bons bonbons are a Detroit delicacy. Thanks to the new location in Midtown that opened this year, the tasty bite-sized treats are never too far away.