The essential restaurants in Southwest Detroit you should have tried by now

Southwest Detroit might be known for its Mexican food choices, but the food scene is quite varied in this neighborhood. Cuisine from…

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Los Altos
7056 W. Vernor Hwy., Detroit; 313-841-3109

Los Altos serves authentic Mexican flavors, right on Vernor. Have a picky eater for a kid? No worries, they have chicken nuggets on their kid’s menu.
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These are the top 25 restaurants in Detroit according to Yelp

Sometimes finding the right spot to eat in Detroit can be challenging. Especially with restaurants constantly opening and closing, it can get…

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17. Yum Village
    6500 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-334-6099
    
    
    “Absolutely amazing. This is my first experience eating African food & I just want more. I've had jerk chicken, but the Lemon Jerk Chicken was so well flavored. I'm hooked on Jollof rice & Maafe. I love Panang Thai curry & this felt like the African equivalent & quite possibly a step above. Hearty, delicious, and amazing when you mix them together.
    
    If you don't try this place, you just don't want good food. Top Notch” - Sean C.
    
    Photo via Google Maps
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25 essential Detroit-area taco spots offering carryout and curbside

Tacos are like snowflakes — no two are the same. Unlike snowflakes, however, tacos are delicious and we want tacos. All of…

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Dos Locos Tacos
    10337 Joseph Campau Ave., Hamtramck; 313-872-6838; doslocostacos.com
    Dos Locos Tacos is accepting phone orders for carryout.
    
    Photo via Dos Locos Tacos/Facebook
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20 Detroit restaurants perfect for celebrating National Taco Day

Today is National Taco Day, making it the perfect day to indulge in your favorite handheld food. Lucky for you, Detroit is…

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Taqueria El Rey
    4730 Vernor Hwy, Detroit, MI 48209
    Photo courtesy of @takeamegabite
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41 excellent restaurants in Southwest Detroit

Southwest Detroit is known for its outstanding Mexican fare, but there's actually a lot of range in this lively Detroit neighborhood. From…

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El Rey De Las Arepas
    7701 McGraw St., Detroit; 313-307-2210
    An unassuming Venezuelan eatery. Known for their arepas — the Venezuelan version of the empanada (or samosa or pasty). It's ground corn flour shaped into a circle, grilled, split like a biscuit, then filled with whatever you like. 
    Photo by Rob Widdis.
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Angel's Place offers a taste of grandma's cooking [PHOTOS]

Read our full review of Angel's Place here.

By Metro Times Staff

Angel's Place offers a taste of grandma's cooking [PHOTOS]
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