Metro Detroiters march for Palestine on 74th anniversary of Nakba

In Dearborn, metro Detroiters gathered on Sunday to commemorate the Nakba, also known as the Palestinian Catastrophe, or the creation of Israel…

By Marc Klockow

Metro Detroiters march for Palestine on 74th anniversary of Nakba
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20 Detroit area restaurants that taste amazing when you’re high

When talking about iconic combinations, most people might start with a classic like peanut butter and jelly or popcorn and a movie.…

By Metro Times Staff

Sweetwater Tavern
    400 E. Congress St., Detroit; 313-962-2210; sweetwatertavern.net
    
    Sweetwater marinates their wings for 24 hours, giving your munchies monster a full dose of flavor.
    Photo via Google Maps
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30 essential Detroit area brunches you should have tried by now

Nothing says spring has sprung quite like brunch. Sure, you can technically brunch in the fall and winter, but it’s just something…

By Metro Times Staff

Social Kitchen
225 E. Maple Rd., Birmingham; 248-594-4200; socialkitchenandbar.com

Chicken and waffles are a brunch favorite, but at Social Kitchen, it’s more than a brunchtime entree — it’s also a cocktail. Social takes what we know about a typical old fashioned and elevates it by adding crispy fried chicken and a waffle biscuit.

Photo via Google Maps
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Photos from AlTayeb, metro Detroit's popular Lebanese restaurant

Metro Detroit Lebanese breakfast restaurant AlTayeb became an instant hit after opening locations in Garden City and Dearborn. See this week's cover…

By Metro Times Staff

AlTayeb at 15010 W. Warren Ave., Dearborn.
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The best metro Detroit restaurants of 2021, according to our readers

Much like their favorite NFL football team, Detroiters will go down giving it all they've got when to comes to their favorite…

By Metro Times Staff

The best metro Detroit restaurants of 2021, according to our readers
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The Detroit area restaurants that have closed in 2021

We all know the pandemic wasn’t kind to the restaurant and hospitality industry. Restaurateurs faced many challenges including staff shortages, delivery delays,…

By Metro Times Staff

Dutch Girl Donuts
    19000 Woodward Ave., Detroit
    
    Dutch Girl Donuts is a Detroit staple for all things glazed. The doughnut shop temporarily shuttered in September, but the death of the shop’s longtime owner later that months put the future of the business in jeapordy. .
    
    Photo via Google Maps
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20 essential Detroit restaurants for lamb chops, a Motor City favorite

Mary might have had a little lamb, but Detroit likes their lamb with a side of zip sauce. Steak is always a…

By Metro Times Staff

Pantheion Club
    12900 Michigan Ave., Dearborn; 313-584-9110; instagram.com/pantheionclub
    It’s almost impossible to talk about lamb chops in Detroit without mentioning Pantheion. Yes, it is a strip club, but while you might go for the girls, you’re going to stay for the food. 
    Photo via Google Maps
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Social media responds to metro Detroit's historic flooding

We know that April showers bring May flowers but what the eff does June flooding bring other than awareness of our country's…

By Metro Times Staff

Social media responds to metro Detroit's historic flooding
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20 metro Detroit restaurants to fill up on piping hot pho

Winter is here, and so is our Seasonal Affective Disorder. Yeah, that's right. We're S.A.D. But another three-letter word might be hot,…

By Metro Times Staff

Flowers of Vietnam
    4440 Vernor Hwy., Detroit; 313-554-2085; flowersofvietnam.com
    Tucked inside the Vernor Coney Island, Flowers of Vietnam is a high-end and experimental Vietnamese eatery and a strong contender for top pho within the city limits. Pair it with some sticky and sweet caramel chicken wings and a specialty cocktail and suddenly it’s a perfect date night. 
    
    Photo via Flower of Vietnam/Facebook
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Where to buy holiday gifts for under $50 in metro Detroit

Sometimes our hearts are bigger than our wallets, especially when it comes to gift-giving this time of year. And while pandemic shopping…

By Metro Times Staff

Where to buy holiday gifts for under $50 in metro Detroit
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50 Detroit-area restaurants that we said goodbye to in 2020

Draw a bath, cue up the Sarah McLachlan, and grab a pint of ice cream because we are seriously bumming about not…

By Metro Times Staff

Revolver
    9737 Joseph Campau Ave., Hamtramck
    Revolver debuted in 2013 with a novel concept of selling advance tickets to special dinners with weekly rotating chefs, many of whom used the space to preview their new restaurants. While it drew a cult following, it could not survive the coronavirus pandemic, which forced many restaurants to resort to carryout. Revolver's closure was made official in the fall.
    Photo via MT archives
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20 things to do and see in the Detroit area before it gets insanely cold out

Not to use an overused quote from a TV show that is now off the air, which was used in an overused…

By Metro Times Staff

Catch some final fall feels at a cider mill
    We are very fortunate to have an entire season that basically revolves around leaves changing colors and gorging ourselves on apple cider and donuts, fresh from one of Michigan’s many delicious and beautiful cider mills and orchards, many of which remain open well after Halloween. Do-nut miss out on one last chance to get stuffed and stretch fall out a little bit longer. 
    
    Photo via Flavor Fruit Farm/Facebook
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20 socially distant things to do in the Detroit area when it’s hot AF outside

We're feeling it too, fam. It's hot. We're sick of our spouses, houses, and despite having subscriptions to every single streaming service,…

By Metro Times Staff

20 socially distant things to do in the Detroit area when it’s hot AF outside
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25 ice cream spots in the Detroit area you should have tried by now

The existential dread you're feeling? Well, while we may not be able to fill the void of uncertainty, but we can suggest…

By Metro Times Staff

25 ice cream spots in the Detroit area you should have tried by now
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15 high-end metro Detroit restaurants offering curbside takeout to class up your quarantine

There's nothing wrong with pizza from your favorite chain, but a month into Michigan's stay-at-home order and we miss, well, a lot…

By Metro Times Staff

Marrow
    8044 Kercheval Ave., Detroit; 313-652-0200; marrowdetroit.com
    A contemporary butcher shop and restaurant with a local and sustainable philosophy, Marrow is showing us the beef, brisket, and beyond with their pick-up and delivery options. You can order everything from Marrow-assembled grocery kits with butcher shop essentials, brunch supplies, as well as meal kits for dumplings, ramen, meatballs, and more. For the ultimate meat freak, they've got ready-to-grill butcher bundles that include lamb, pork, sausage, and rabbit. They also have a selection of wine and beer to-go.
    Photo via Marrow/Facebook
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25 essential restaurants located in Detroit's suburbs

Detroit is an attractive destination for foodies and everyone knows it — but the food scene in the suburbs of Detroit is…

By Metro Times Staff

Mabel Gray
    23825 John R Rd., Hazel Park; mabelgraykitchen.com; 248-398-4300
    Mabel Gray serves exciting, innovative dishes in a cozy atmosphere. With no set menu, Mabel Gray emphasizes seasonal dishes with ingredients sourced from Chef Rigato's network of local farms, butchers, and foragers.
    Photo via Mabel Gray / Facebook
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A look at all the films of 2019's Cinetopia Film Festival

Returning for its eighth year is the Cinetopia Film Festival. This year’s iteration will once again span 10 days and will feature…

By Metro Times Staff

Midnight In Paris
    Midnight in Paris follows a small group of Flint, Michigan, teenagers in the lead-up to their Senior Prom - an event that has transcended the typical black-tie affair and become a rare communal opportunity to celebrate the achievements of its youth. The film looks at the significance of the dance in the lives of the children of Flint, the preparation and effort involved in participating, and the precarious juncture between expectation and reality. Sat, May 11 10:15 p.m.; Sat, May 18 8:15 p.m.
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