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Fine rail dining, travel and entertainment on a real moving train with a loved one, a fun group of friends or for a business event. Perfect venue for special occasions. Lunch and dinner trains, full bar service, private train cars available, reservations required.
"Carl's Chop House is the oldest, most beloved steakhouse in Detroit - a city landmark for more than 60 years. Nationally renowned for its blue ribbon steaks, chops and prime rib, Carl's also features fresh seafood and live Maine lobster, and our award-winning wine list completes the perfect dining atmosphere. Afterward, use our free shuttle service to downtown casinos, sporting events and theatres." Carl's Chophouse is the only Detroit steakhouse that can boast sending 60 boxes of cuts to Paris last year. Their entire banquet space can hold 1,000 diners in one sitting. Since 1920, this has been the place to bring that first date, get engaged, or just catch up with the folks. Gift certificates are available.
Old-fashioned soda fountain serving classic sundaes, malts, real sodas and some of the best homemade chocolates around. Opened in 1921 in the city of Detroit – Detroit's oldest confectioner. Alinosi Ice Cream is proud to be featured in the book Food Finds: America's Best Local Foods and the People Who Produce Them (Harper Collins), and will also be featured on the Food Finds television show on the Food Network. Alinosi is still a family-owned business in its third generation. Sorry, the old soda fountain on East McNichols, while still intact, is not open to the public. But maybe someday....

The dinning room at the Hungarian- American Cultural Center offers good, solid meals, mostly in the $7 range. Portions are generous. Diners might find such made-from-scratch dishes as stuffed cabbage, chicken or veal paprikash, gulyas palacsinta, pork loin, breaded pork and porkolt. For dessert, you might find dios torta, made with ground walnuts, or dobos torta, a caramel-topped eight-layer cake, on the board. Open only on Friday evenings.

On a normal evening, this popular Mexicantown eatery often has a dining crowd filing its three rooms downstairs, spilling over onto the second floor, drawn by its large portions and inexpensive menu. Because it closes at 2 a.m., it doesn't draw those who wander from the bar late, but it can be quite busy after midnight, depending on what's happening downtown. And thanks to Xochi's liquor license, your friends can keep on tippling while you enjoy a restorative burrito, enchilada or the "super nachos" with ground beef and diced veggies smothered in melted cheese and jalapenos.

Baker's bills itself as "The world's oldest jazz club," and, in the club's 76-year history, almost every jazz musician of national importance has played its bandstand. Baker's complements the music with some amazing down-home cooking, their catfish being a true showstopper. Live entertainment nightly, with metro Detroit's finest local musicians every weekend.

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