Metro Detroit's 25 best spots for day drinking

Who doesn't love a little day drinking? When you want to get the party started early, try one of these metro Detroit…

By Metro Times Staff

Old Miami
    3930 Cass, Detroit; 313-831-3830
    Feeling nostalgic for the days of drinking beer in your buddy’s basement or raising a glass around the fire at a backyard blowout? Head to the Old Miami, where the outdoor space feels like the backyard of a really rockin’ neighbor. Just don’t go looking for creative cuisine or craft brews. The Old Miami is strictly old-school, right down to the cans of beer. (Photo via IG user @mrpartypat)
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12 of metro Detroit's weirdest, wildest, and most interesting burgers

We went on a mission to fund the most unique burgers in all of metro Detroit. From mozzarella sticks to coffee beans,…

By Metro Times Staff

Vinsetta Garage 
    27799 Woodward Ave, Berkley
    Those are coffee beans, and Vinsetta Garage's Honcho Dark Roast is, indeed, a coffee burger. It's made with a house-roasted Ethiopian blend crusted angus beef patty, Woodshop Michigan maple bacon, provolone, bread and butter pickles, and red eye gravy spread on a pretzel bun. (Photo via Vinsetta Grill's Facebook)
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The best food in Macomb County, according to you

Best Wings (Macomb) Tilted Kilt 44935 Hayes Rd., Sterling Heights; 586-799-4135; tiltedkilt.com/sterling-heights Photo via @ashlux87

By Metro Times Staff

Best Breakfast/Brunch (Macomb)
    The Pantry
    
    34220 Van Dyke, Sterling Heights; 586-939-1370; thepantryrestaurant.com
    
    Photo via @alexashar
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The absolute best food in Detroit, according to you

The voters have spoken! Here are the Best of Detroit winners in the food category, voted by you! And to check out…

By Metro Times Staff

Best Fries
    American Coney Island
    114 W. Lafayette Blvd., Detroit;
    313-961-7758;
    americanconeyisland.com
    Photo via @jennimi13
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14 restaurants serving up Easter brunch in metro Detroit that you need to know about

Easter brunch is practically a must when it's springtime and a holiday.Many restaurants are hosting brunch specials throughout the morning and afternoon…

By Metro Times Staff

The Conserva
    Ferndale
    This Fernale spot has a special brunch menu that includes mimosas and bloody marys. Also on the menu is a fruit plate with seasonal melons and berries, whipped yogurt, toasted oats, mint, and honey. Call 248-291-6133. Courtesy photo.
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28 under the radar Detroit brunch spots you should have tried by now

We love brunch in the Motor City, but sometimes the restaurants with the most hype end up having long lines that are…

By Metro Times Staff

When you're feeling chicken: The Block; 3919 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-832-0892: Since they started serving brunch in January, the brunch menu has already garnered crowd favorites, including a take on chicken and waffles (featuring fried chicken wings that are not breaded yet still crispy, served with sautéed pears). The chicken is the star of the show here: The Block's Ultimate Bloody Mary even features a chicken wing garnish. Brunch is served from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sundays. Photo by Jacob Lewkow.
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17 bars to party at in Detroit for Opening Day

Opening Day is the first sign in Detroit that summer is quickly approaching. We gathered some of the best parties in Detroit…

By Metro Times Staff

Town Pump Tavern
    This parking lot party will feature live music from DJ Zig-Zag a full bar, barbecue, DJs, and large screen TVs.
    Starts at 6 a.m.; 100 W. Montcalm St, Detroit; 313-961-1929; thetownpumptavern.com; $5.
    Photo via Facebook.
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23 delicious Detroit brunches worth getting out of bed for

Brunch isn't for everybody. The Type A personality might bridle at the prospect of noontime lollygagging. The calorie-counter might object to the…

By Metro Times Staff

Transplanted eatery offers transcendent brunch: Rock City Eatery; 4216 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-265-3729: After a move from Hamtramck to Midtown, Rock City Eatery owners Nikita and Jessica Sanches revamped their brunch menu to include items such as shrimp and grits and the very exciting "Death by Cereal," a smorgasbord of your favorite childhood cereals that can be topped with fresh fruit, crushed Oreos, mini marshmallows, and other such exciting toppings. Classic brunch beverages like Bloody Marys and mimosas are available, but with a fresh twist as all mixes are made in-house. Brunch is served from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sundays only, but a select few of their ol' favorites are available as well. Photo by Jacob Lewkow.
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14 photos of Guatemalan pastries from Ypsilanti's Panadería La Bendición

Want to know more about this Guatemalan bakery? Click here

By Metro Times Staff

"Squash" with cream cheese, strawberry filling, and powder sugar at La Bendicion
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These are the 15 best craft beer bars in metro Detroit

When it comes to places to do craft beer crawls, you could do much worse than the Detroit area. The Michigan craft beer…

By Metro Times Staff

One-Eyed Betty’s
    One-Eyed Betty's has the hands-down most outrageous beer selection in Ferdale with 47 beers on tap and more than the proverbial 100 bottles. But it’s not just about quantity: It’s a darn good selection, constantly rotating, and seemingly churning up offbeat picks, such as German Hobo, a malt liquor brewed out near Lansing, or Hidden Effect, a barley wine from Plymouth. Then there’s the food menu, with choices rich enough to become almost a caricature of bar food — given such dishes as “beer cheese soup” and “bacon with a side of bacon.”
    175 W. Troy St., Ferndale; 248-808-6633; www.oneeyedbettys.com
    (Photo via Facebook)
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Here are the 10 hottest restaurants in Detroit right now

Dining in Detroit has come a long way in the past few years. Where there were once only a couple of fine…

By Metro Times Staff

Kuzzo's Chicken & Waffles
    19345 Livernois Ave., Detroit; 313-861-0229
    
    It didn't take long for the lines to form once Kuzzo's opened its doors. The irresistible comfort food combo — chicken and waffles — is obviously the main draw, and Kuzzo's is the latest in Detroit to try its hand at the dish. But it also offers up a host of other soul food staples. The early raves have held up and momentum has remained strong, which is a solid test of whether a restaurant is merely trendy or built for longevity. MT file photo.
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12 jerky photos of dishes from Detroit's Jamaican restaurants

Want to know more about Detroit's Jamaican restaurants? Read a full rundown of them here.

By Metro Times Staff

Jerk chicken and Jamaican oxtail from Caribben Citchen.
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34 Detroit St. Patrick Day parties you should totally check out

We don't mess around with St. Patrick's Day in Detroit. Some will be tearing up the streets in Corktown while others will…

By Metro Times Staff

The Blarney Stone
    St. Patrick’s Day celebrations include live music. 
    Starts at 7 a.m.; 27253 Woodward Ave., Berkley; 248-541-1881; blarneystonepub.com. Photo via @i.goldberg.autos
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7 scrumptious photos from Gold Cash Gold

Photos by Tom Perkins.

By Metro Times Staff

7 scrumptious photos from Gold Cash Gold
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16 cupcake shops around Detroit that you need to visit

If you have even the slightest amount of need for a cupcake, check out one of these 16 places and you will…

By Metro Times Staff

Yummy Cupcakes
    
    With a salted pretzel cupcake and a bazarre but delicious cupcake in a jar, this place is definetly a go to for a yummy cupcake 
    39566 Woodward Ave
    Bloomfield Hills
    (248) 494-4644
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7 photos from Black Eagle at the Bosco

photos by Tom Perkins.

By Metro Times Staff

7 photos from Black Eagle at the Bosco
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23 bars where you can watch the Super Bowl without getting a drink spilled on you

On Sunday, the New England Patriots will play the Atlanta Falcons for the NFL's top spot. If you don't want to catch…

By Metro Times Staff

Nancy Whiskey Pub -
    
    Located two minutes from Motor City Casino in Corktown, Nancy Whiskey has one of the oldest liquor licenses in the city and proclaims to be "Detroit's oldest party." With all the whiskey you can imagine and we're sure a few beers in between, this is a great place to catch the Super Bowl.
    
    2644 Harrison St., Detroit; 313-962-4247; nancywhiskeydetroit.com;  Photo
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