Here are the 12 hottest restaurants in metro Detroit right now

Photos by Tom Perkins except where noted.

By Metro Times Staff

King’s Bakery
    	
    It's hard to imagine making improvements to the classic shawarma, but King's did just that by adding a layer of cheese and wrapping it up in manoush, a Lebanaese flatbread. In short, King's makes delicious cheesy shawarma in better bread.
    
    Find King’s Bakery here.
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29 new restaurants coming to the Detroit area this spring

It’s almost spring, which means a whole new crop of hot restaurants will be blooming before we know it. Whether they’re cute…

By Metro Times Staff

 Motorburger  
     474 Peterboro, Detroit  
    
    Another Windsor eatery set to join the cafeteria-style Detroit Shipping Co, Motorburger is a high-end burger restaurant and microbrewery that describes itself as a "present day rendition of a vintage burger joint with a modern twist on design." Don’t forget the poutine! We're hoping they bring their most popular sammy, the Deux Chevaux (grilled beef, sharp dijon mustard, gruyere cheese, baby spinach, and smoked bacon balsamic caramelized onions), to this location. 
    
     Photo via Facebook
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Detroit restaurant openings and closings: November 2017

November was a busy month for metro Detroit restauranteurs, with a bevy of new spots opening around town. This month we got…

By Metro Times Staff

Prime+Proper1145 Griswold St., Detroit; 313-636-3100
    The 175-seat restaurant was built out over the last year on the ground floor of the Capitol Park Building at Griswold and State streets. In addition to the main seating area, there's a 20-seat private dining section, an invitation-only lounge, and 65-seat patio.
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The ultimate 61 dining and drinking essentials during the Detroit auto show

The North American International Auto Show. It's an annual event for you. Maybe it's a time for you and the family to…

By Metro Times Staff

Standby - 225 Gratiot Ave., Elegant craft cocktails, paired with thoughtful small plates and entrees (photo from Facebook).
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