Detroit Limos - Restaurant & Bar Guide
2457 Russell St.
Detroit, MI 48207
You simply will not find better pizza in Detroit than at Supino. All the meats come from local sources, and the crust on this pizza is to die for. If you like a good New York Pizza, now you know where to go in Detroit. The Margherita pizza here tastes like it came straight from Italy, while Detroit classics like the Greek pizza and the City Wing are sure to please. The ambiance here is definitively rustic. It makes for a beautiful complement to the Italian style dishes they serve. While you can order up a great ricotta, do as the locals and order up one of their specialty pizzas on your first visit.
2040 Park Ave.
Detroit, MI 48226
One of Downtown's most popular restaurants, Bucharest Grill specializes in Middle Eastern food, although they have some of the best hot dogs around Detroit — which is no easy feat. The chicken shawarma, whether in a wrap or as a salad, is out of this world. With perfectly seasoned chicken, fresh vegetables and amazing spices, this dish is a must-try. Although there's a bit of a rivalry between Detroit and Chicago when it comes to hot dogs, nobody will blame you for ordering their Chicago Dog. The inside of the restaurant is beautiful too, so be sure you order up a drink and stay for a little while.
15 E Kirby St.
Detroit, MI 48202
No matter how familiar you are with the idea of "tapas", Detroit's Chartreuse will not let you down. Specializing in sampler dishes, this place is great if you're looking for a variety of flavors. The grilled Spanish octopus tapa is to die for (if you like seafood), while anybody should be able to enjoy their sweet pea ricotta tapa. However, the twice cooked egg is the crowd favorite here, so be sure to order that if you want to do as the Romans. With rustic seating, beautiful paintings and green hues abound, this restaurant offers an entire experience.
1300 Porter St.
Detroit, MI 48226
Specializing in deli-fresh sandwiches, Mudgie's is one of the best places in Detroit for a sandwich. If you like a good chicken caesar, you have to try Toney's Caesar Rap, a complete caesar sandwich in a wheat flatbread. For seafood, the Sorry Charlie tuna salad will definitely hit the spot. However, the crowd favorite is their signature sandwich, the Mudgie. Packed with slow-cooked brisket, roasted turkey and cream cheese and vegetables, one bite and it's easy to see why this is such a popular restaurant. The ambiance is eclectic: beautiful orange paint covers the walls, and five-star quality chalkboard art comprises the menus.
Batch Brewing Company
1400 Porter St.
Detroit, MI 48216
For a modern pub in the heart of Detroit's Irish town, Batch Brewing Company is a must-visit. The beer here is homemade, so you know you're getting a fresh draught each time. If you're into IPAs, the Crossfade is a safe bet. But if you're more of a Budweiser/Miller person, well you're out of luck here, because the closest they have to a "normal" beer is their German wheat brews. Best of all, each month they christen a new brew in honor of a local charity, and then they donate two dollars of each pint to that organization. Good for your taste buds, good for Detroit, and good for your wallet, you can't go wrong with a visit to Batch Brewing Company.
Dangerously Delicious Pies
4626 3rd St.
Detroit, MI 48201
Located in Detroit's historic Cass Corridor, Dangerously Delicious pie knows how to bake a mean pie. Whether you're looking for something sweet like their Baltimore Bomber custard or something steaming and hearty like the S.M.O.G (Steak, Mushrooms, Onions and Gruyere cheese), this place has you covered. The BBQ pulled pork pie is one of the restaurant's best offerings, so be sure to order that if you like good old Southern cooking. Or, for a little bit out Louisiana cooking, go for the the gumbo pie. The ambiance here is trendy and rustic. So come in with a great attitude, and leave the fancy clothes at home.