Southeast Michigan is the region of Michigan closest to Ohio and the Canadian province of Ontario. Although the name is commonly used to mean "the Detroit area", and the state's megalopolis is an important presence, it contains considerably more than the Motor City.
- Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) in Romulus
- Bishop International Airport (FNT) IN Flint
The Detroit's area's most revered historic mansions, neighborhoods, landmarks, and museums.
- Berry Gordy House, West Boston Boulevard at Third Avenue in the Boston-Edison neighborhood, .
- Cranbrook House and Gardens, 39221 Woodward Ave., Bloomfield Hills, . Public tours. Cranbrook House is part of the Cranbrook Kingswood Educational Community. The house belonged to the Booth Family, who founded the Cranbrook and Kingswood schools in the early 1900s. The house is currently used as an administrative office for the school. The gardens are extensive and open all year.
- David Whitney House, 4421 Woodward Ave., . Now a fine restaurant.
- Edsel & Eleanor Ford House, 1100 Lakeshore Dr., Grosse Pointe, . Public tours. This tour is highly recommended for first time visitors.
- Grosse Pointe Historical Society, . Historic sites and homes.
- Grosse Pointe War Memorial, (Russell Alger Mansion), 32 Lake Shore Dr., Grosse Pointe Farms,. Public tours.
- Henry Ford Estate, Dearborn. Often referred to as "Fairlane." Public tours.
- Colonel Frank Hecker House, 5510 Woodward Ave., . Offices.
- Meadow Brook Hall Rochester. Dodge House, located near Oakland University. Public tours.
- Lawrence P. Fisher Mansion, 383 Lenox Ave., . Public tours.
- Palmer Woods Historic District, . A private historic neighborhood in the city of Detroit west of Woodward Ave. and north of Palmer Park.
- S.S Kresge House, 70 West Boston Boulevard, .
- Ambassador Bridge
- Belle Isle the nation's largest island park with 982 acres (3.9 km²; 2.42 sq mi) designed by Frederick Olmstead, the beautiful James Scott Fountain designed by Cass Gilbert, the world's largest marble light house, a public beach, waterslide, playgrounds, tennis courts, sports fields, a nine hole golf course and picnic areas. The Belle Isle Conservatory, the nation's oldest, houses one of the largest orchid collections, originally donated by Anna Scripps, who had preserved orchid species from the bombing of Britain during World War II.
- Book Cadillac Hotel
- Cadillac Place State offices across from the Fisher Building in the historic New Center.
- Campus Martius Park
- Chene Park
- Country Club of Detroit 220 Country Club Dr., Grosse Pointe. Founded in 1897.
- Detroit International Riverfront  Walk along the Riverwalk.
- Detroit Athletic Club 241 Madison Ave., Detroit. Private club.
- Detroit Zoo Royal Oak. Recognized as one of the top zoos in the nation, ride the train, walk through arctic ring of wildlife. This is a "must see."
- Fisher Building  Detroit. Famous, beautiful lobby, a "must see" for architecture buffs.
- Fort Wayne
- Guardian Building Detroit. Famous for its beautiful lobby, it was used as headquarters for production during World War II.
- Grand Circus Park
- Grosse Pointe Yacht Club Lake Shore Dr., Grosse Pointe.
- Hart Plaza Site of the Dodge Fountain, Joe Louis Fist, and the Port of Detroit.
- Heidelberg Project
- Historic Churches of Detroit
- Historic Tours of Detroit 
- James Scott Fountain Belle Isle.
- Joe Louis Fist An inspiration to the United States
- Matthai Botanical Gardens, 1800 Dixboro Road, Ann Arbor.
- Michigan Central Station Awaiting restoration.
- Monuments of the City of Detroit, including Marshall Fredericks "The Spirit of Detroit" in front of the City-County Building, and the Soldier's and Sailor's Monument of the Civil War in Campus Martius Park.
- NextEnergy Center 461 Burroughs, Detroit. A center to develop hydrogen fuel cells and energy alternatives at Wayne State University's Tech Town.
- Old Mariner's Church of Detroit 170 E. Jefferson. The city's oldest gothic stone church.
- Renaissance Center, Detroit.
- St. Anne de Detroit 1000 St. Anne St. The 2nd oldest parish in the U.S.
- St. Aubins Park 1900 Atwater St. Detroit
- St. John's Episcopal Church I-75 & Woodward Ave., next to Comerica Park. Built in 1860.
- Tri-centennial State Park & Harbor, the first urban state park.
- Underground Railroad at the Second Baptist Church in Detroit
- Wayne County Building 600 Randolph St. Detroit. America's finest example of Roman Baroque architecture, built from 1896-1902. Restored.
- World's Largest Tire  Built as a ferris wheel for the 19xx NYC Worlds Fair
- Automotive Hall of FameDearborn. Next to Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village.
- Cranbrook Bloomfield Hills. Art Museum, Science Center, House & Gardens, 300 acre campus, and School.
- Charles Wright Museum of African American History315 E Warren, Detroit. Next to the Detroit Institute of Arts.
- Chrysler Museum Auburn Hills.
- Contemporary Art Institute of Detroit
- Detroit Institute of Arts 5200 Woodward Avenue, 313-833-7900 CLOSED Monday and Tuesday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 10 a.m.–10 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Designed by Cass Gilbert. Visitors may dine at the delightful cafe inside the museum on the lower level. One of the top ranked art collections in America, this is a "must see."
- Detroit Historical Museum 5401 Woodward Ave., Detroit.
- Detroit Public Library 5201 Woodward Ave., Detroit. Beautiful, designed by Cass Gilbert.
- Detroit Science Center & IMAX Theater 5020 John R., Detroit. Next to the Detroit Institute of Arts.
- Dossin Great Lakes Museum 100 Strand, Belle Isle.
- GM Heritage Collection, 6400 Center Dr., Sterling Heights
- GM World Automotive display inside the Renaissance Center. Detroit.
- The Henry Ford(Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village with an IMAX Theater) Dearborn-- This is a "must see". A massive historical and entertainment complex, a leading attraction with a keen focus on innovations. Highlights include: Lincoln's chair, Rosa Park's bus, JFK's limos, original historic structures, nice shops, great food, and, not surprisingly, a spectacular history of the automobile collection that is a football field long. Visitors may have many entertaining experiences such as mini-shows, music, parades, train rides, and Model T rides.
- Michigan History Magazine
- Motown Historical Museum, Hitsville USA, 2648 West Grand Boulevard, 875-2264 (email@example.com). Tu-Sa 10AM-6PM. The Motown Museum preserves the legacy of Motown Records, the record label that put Detroit on the world's music map. Located in label founder Berry Gordy, Jr.'s old home, the museum is hard to miss: Gordy's "Hitsville, USA" sign is still over the front door. $8.
- Motorsports Museum & Hall of Fame of America Novi.
- Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit 4454 Woodward Ave., Detroit. Phone: (313) 832-6622
- Pewabic Pottery Museum10125 E. Jefferson Ave., Detroit. Phone: (313) 822-0954.
- Rearview Mirror from the Detroit News History of Detroit online.
- Selfridge Military Air Museum Selfridge Air National Guard Base, Mt. Clemens.
- Underground Railroad at the First Congregational Church of Detroit , 33 E. Forest at Woodward Ave. Phone: (313) 831-4080.
- Baker's Keyboard Lounge The world's oldest jazz club.
- Bohemian National Home Free Jazz, Free improvisation & Indie/DIY music venue. All-ages venue. 3009 Tillman, Detroit.
- Bonstelle Theater Wayne State University, Detroit.
- The City Theater 2301 Woodward Ave., Detroit.
- Contemporary Art Institute of Detroit The CAID has various dance parties and muscians playing shows there, check the website for the schedule. It is a BYOB venue and events are all-ages.
- Detroit Film Theater 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit. Inside the Detroit Institute of Arts.
- Detroit Luv Bulletin Board that lists many of the rave & electronic music shows in Detroit.
- Detroit Opera House 1526 Broadway, Detroit. Beautifully decorated old concert hall. Home of the Michigan Opera Theater.
- Detroit Ochestra Hall Part of the recently renovated/built Max M. Fisher Music Center. Home of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and Detroit Symphony Civic Ensembles.
- Detroit Repertory Theatre 3103 Woodrow Wilson, Detroit. Phone (313) 868-1347.
- DTE Music Theater Sashabaw Rd., Clarkston. Formerly known as Pine Knob.
- The Fillmore Theatre 2115 Woodward Ave., Detroit.
- Fisher Theater 3011 W. Grand Blvd., #F100, Detroit. The lobby is a "must see."
- Fox Theater 2211 Woodward Ave., Detroit. A performance at the 5,000 seat Fox is a "must see."
- Ford Community and Performing Arts Center Dearborn.
- From The Gut Loft showspace in Eastern Market, Detroit. Caters to extreme electronic music lovers, the breakcore genre is predominantly featured. Most shows are 5 dollars and are BYOB.
- Gem and Century Theater 333 Madison Ave., Detroit.
- Golden Gate Cafe Jazz on Fridays nights at the Golden Gate Cafe, costs money; not free. 313-366-2247 18700 Woodward, Detroit.
- Masonic Theater 500 Temple Ave., Detroit.
- Music Hall Center For The Performing Arts 250 Madison Ave., Detroit. Phone (313) 963-2366.
- Noise Music Scene This is a bulletin board run by Michigan noise label Chondritic Sound that lists underground noise music shows. Michigan has a thriving noise scene thanks to popular Ann Arbor band Wolf Eyes. Most shows are 5 dollars and BYOB.
- Painted Lady Lounge Bar in Hamtramack just outside of Detroit, all-ages shows and is a smoking venue.
- Plowshares Theater Detroit. Inside Charles Wright Museum of African American History.
- Paycheck's Lounge Bar & Alternative Music Venue, in Hamtramack just outside of Detroit.
- Scrummage University Friendly all-ages Independent Music Venue & Artspace, 17499 Van Dyke RD., Detroit. Most shows are 5 dollars and are BYOB.
- Seldom Blues  Detroit. An upscale restaurant featuring live Jazz inside the Renaissance Center.
- Trumbullplex Anarchist Punk showspace in Detroit, BYOB. All-ages venue. Potlucks on Thursday.
- UFO Factory Intimate Independent Music venue & Artspace. 1345 Division St, Detroit. Most shows are 5 dollars amd are BYOB. All-ages venue. Idiosyncratic Michigander Warn Defever has his hand in curating events, he is known for the band His Name Is Alive.
Major venues and convention centers
- "Big House"Ann Arbor. University of Michigan Stadium.
- Caesars Windsor Casino Resort About a 20 minute drive from Detroit in Canada. 100,000 sq. ft of meeting space, and a 5000 seat entertainment center.
- Cobo Hall Convention Center Detroit's premier convention and exhibit facility with 700,000 sq. ft. of exhibition space, home to the North American International Auto Show in January.
- Cobo Arena Detroit. Various events.
- Comerica ParkHome of the MLB Detroit Tigers, a fabulous experience.
- Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center. 100,000 sq ft of meeting space.
- Ford Field Home of the NFL Detroit Lions.
- Greektown Casino Hotel 25,000 sq. ft. of meeting space.
- Hyatt Regency Dearborn. 62,000 sq. ft. of meeting space.
- Joe Louis Arena Home of the NHL Detroit Red Wings.
- McGregor Memorial Conference Center at WSU, 495 Ferry Mall, Detroit. (313) 577-2400.
- Michigan State Fair Grounds & Exposition Center, 1120 W. State Fair Ave., Detroit.
- MGM Grand Detroit Large conferences and performances. 1777 3rd Street, Detroit. (877) 888-2121.
- Motor City Casino Resort 67,000 square ft. of meeting space.
- Palace of Auburn Hills Home of the NBA Detroit Pistons.
- Pontiac Silver Dome. Pontiac.
- Rock Financial Show Place Novi. A state of the art exposition, conference, and banquet center with 320,000 sq ft.
- Southfield Civic Center
- Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport. 25,000 sq. ft of meeting space, conferences of up to 1,000 attendees.
- Westin Southfield-Detroit inside the Southfield Town Center which accommodates conferences for up to 1,000 attendees.
- Discover Detroit TV The Detroit travel show sponsored by the Detroit Convention & Visitor's Bureau airs weekly on Mondays at 5:30 PM on Detroit Public Television.
Detroit offers a array of events with some of the highlights listed.
- America's Thanksgiving Day Parade
- Beaches, Canoeing, Kayaking, and more Metro Detroit's popular destinations include Metropolitan Beach in St. Clair Shores, Stony Creek Beach, and Kensington Beach. Detroit's Huron Clinton Metro Park sytem is a great source of fun. Enjoy canoe trips on the Huron River .
- Car Racing at Flat Rock Speedway, Michigan International Speedway, Milan Dragway, and Waterford Hills Race Track.
- Casinos The four major casinos include, MGM Grand Detroit, Motor City and Greektown, and Casino Windsor. Check for performances.
- CityFest Detroit. A food festival sponsored by Comerica. Traditionally held around July 4th in the New Center area near the Fisher Building.
- Concerts, and more Detroit is the birthplace of American electro/techno music, with Juan Atkins, Kevin Saunderson, and Derrick Mays all hailing from the area. Although other cities around the world have picked up Detroit's torch and carried it further in some ways, Detroit is still a great place to dance and see the masters at work.
- Cruise Ships, the Great Lakes Cruising Coalition  The Dock of Detroit receives major cruise lines on the Great Lakes. Adjacent to the Renaissance Center on Hart Plaza. Chartered tours are also available. Take a cruise.
- Dally in the Alley  An annual festival of live music, visual arts, performance, food and beer that takes place in the alleys of the Cass Corridor, the weekend after Labor Day.
- Dave & Busters 45511 Park Avenue, Utica.(586)930-1515. Famous high quality entertainment arcade with food and fun. The food here is not highly recommended. (Minors need an adult, up to four minors may be accompanied by one adult).
- Detroit Golf Club 17911 Hamilton Road, Detroit.(313) 345-4400.
- Detroit International Jazz Festival Labor Day weekend.
- Detroit's Night Life includes a multitude of clubs throughout the metropolitan area.
- Detroit's Vibrant, Underground Arts Scene Detroit is home to over 80 galleries, with artists hailing from around the world. Artists are attracted to Detroit due to its abundance of raw, under-utilized industrial space and its inspiring environment of pre-depression era buildings. Detroit's public information campaign, "The World is Coming, Get in the Game" features an online tour of this arts scene.
- Detroit's Music Scene The Detroit sound is the sound of the world. It is shaped by Detroit's unique past, its cultural diversity, its energy and its future. Detroit's public information campaign, "The World is Coming, Get in the Game" features an online tour of this music scene. Keep in mind that unlike some cities, there is no central entertainment district (Greektown only partially counts) and many up and coming groups play at venues scattered throughout the area. Website Motor City Blog lists music events happening in the Detroit area.
- Diamond Jack's River Tours Detroit.
- Dirty Show Detroit International Erotic Art Exhibition, popular event.
- Domino's FarmAnn Arbor
- Drum Circle Drum Circles at the Golden Gate Cafe on Wednesdays at 9 pm. No need to bring a drum to play, there are extra drums available for people to play. 313-366-2247 18700 Woodward, Detroit.
- Electronic Music Festival, , Memorial Day weekend.
- Fash Bash A cutting edge fashion event and fund raiser coordinated by the Detroit Institute of Arts, featuring big name celebrities, traditionally held in August.
- Funk Night Popular all-ages dance event at the CAID in Detroit, Funk & Soul music is played by a DJ. Last Friday of every month from 12 AM to 5 AM. This event is BYOB.
- Golf Metro Detroit has many award winning golf courses. Try Detroit's Metro parks , St John's Resort in Plymouth, and more.
- Horse Racing Hazel Park Raceway, Northville Downs, and Windsor Raceway.
- International Freedom Festival Detroit. Begins the last week of June.
- The Magic Stick/The Majestic Theater at 4120-4140 Woodward Avenue combines a show space, a theater, cafe and a bowling alley. You can get up close and personal to the bands or shoot pool while listening to live music. Highly recommended for checking out some new music whether it be local or a touring band.
- Meadowbrook Concours d' EleganceRochester. A formal occassion, traditionally held in August.
- Meadowbrook Music Festival
- Metro Parks Huron Clinton Metro Parks.
- Motown Winter Blast Held in January or February in Campus Martius park, includes ice skating, concerts, and a street party in Greektown.
- North America International Auto Show Cobo Hall, Detroit. NAIAS is held in January.
- Old Car Festival Antique and classic car collector's show in Greenfield Village at The Henry Ford in Dearborn the weekend after Labor Day.
- Palazzo di Bocce 4291 S. Lapeer Road in Orion Township, about 40 minutes north of Downtown, is the largest and most elaborate bocce facility in the United States, and perhaps the world. You can play bocce on one of 10 indoor tournament-sized courts with court hosts and hostesses to help if you don't know the game. You can have cocktails and eat courtside while playing, or later in the restaurant, which serves authentic Italian food. Palazzo was the site of the 2005 U.S. national tournament, and hosted the 2005 Singles World Bocce Championships attended by athletes from 17 nations in September. Very popular for group events; Friday and Saturday nights are more crowded.
- Reford Theatre 17360 Lahser Road, Detroit. Features classic movies & free supervised parking.
- Rock -n- Bowl Located in the Majestic Theater complex. The oldest bowling alley in the state. DJs play old-school punk and new wave music while you bowl.
- Sailing Races The annual Bayview Yacht club Mackinaw Island sailing race starts in Metro Detroit.
- Skiing and Snowboarding in Metro Detroit Mt. Brighton Ski Area, 4141 Bauer Rd., Brighton, MI. Near I-96 & M-23 in Metro Detroit. See also, Alpine Valley ski area, Apple Mountain Ski Resort, Baki Maountain Cross Country Ski Trails, Mt. Holly ski area, Pine Knob ski area.
- Spirit of Detroit Thunderfest Hydoplane races on the Detroit River. Mid-July.
- Theater See a performance, Detroit's theaters include the Fox Theater, Fisher Theater, Masonic Theater, Gem Theater & Century Club, Detroit Opera House, and Orchestral Hall.
- Waterparks, including Belle Isle Waterslide, Waterford Oaks, Red Oaks, Four Bears Water Park & Entertainment Complex.
- Woodward Dream Cruise A car fanatic's paradise, this is an informal drive along Woodward Avenue from Ferndale to Pontiac, where anything imaginable can be seen, from Vipers to vintage cruisers to tricked-out garbage trucks. Happens every August at the height of summer.
- Jon's Guide Service / Guided Fly Fishing “Fly Fishing Michigan” Your in one of the best salmon, steelhead and trout areas in the Midwest as well as North America. Guided Fly fishing is a great way to see the area as well as experience some great fly fishing. All equipment is provided and the experience is one always remembered. Fly Fishing Michigan
Explore Detroit's Greektown, with its Greek restaurants and shops surrounding the Greektown Casino. Detroit's Mexicantown is known for Mexican cuisine at restaurants such as Mexican Village, Evie's Tamales, El Zocalo and Xochimilco. Restaurants, bakeries, and shops are located on Vernor Highway, on both the east and west sides of the Interstate 75 service drive.
Detroit is home to many American classics including the Coney Island Hotdog, Sanders Bumpy Cakes, Dominos Pizza, Little Caesars Pizza, Better Made Potato Chips, and Vernor's Ginger Ale. (Vernor's Ginger Ale shares the distinction as America's oldest soft drink with Hire's Root Beer).
- 2nd Street Sub Shop, 108 W 2nd St, Royal Oak, ☎ +1 248 543-7474. M-F 10:30AM-7PM, Sa 11AM-3PM, Su noon-4PM. Large Delicious Submarine Sandwiches; this isn't your typical Subway or Jimmy John's fare.
- Avalon Bakery, 422 W Willis St, ☎ +1 313 832-0008. Assorted breads, vegetarian sandwiches, cookies, muffins, coffee and espresso are served here. Located in the Cass Corridor near Wayne State. Bread is $3.25-$5 a loaf.
- Cass Cafe, 4620 Cass Ave, ☎ +1 313 831-1400, . M-F 11AM-11PM; bar until 2AM; Sa 5PM-1AM; bar until 2AM; Su 5PM-10PM; bar until midnight.. Hip restaurant, bar & art gallery. Located in the Cass Corridor near Wayne State. Voted "Best place to take friends from New York" by the Metro Times $5 to $10.
- Goldengate Café, 18700 Woodward (3 Blocks South of 7 Mile), ☎ +1 313 831-1400, . Mo-Tu Noon-8PM, W-Th 11AM-11PM, F Noon-11PM, Sa Noon-9PM, Su Noon-7PM. Friendly Vegan Cafe. Busiest nights are on Wednesday when they have a drum circle. Most entrées: $7-$9.
- Mi Pueblo, 7278 Dix Rd, ☎ +1 313 841-3315 (firstname.lastname@example.org), . Authentic Mexican Fare, features a bar, Wi-Fi and music on Friday through Sunday starting at 8:15PM. Has been featured in the New York Times and awarded "Best Place for a Food Fiesta by the Detroit Free Press".
- Russell Street Deli, 2465 Russell St, ☎ +1 313 567-2900. In the Eastern Market district. Serves breakfast foods, typical deli fare and soups. Has a grilled vegetable sandwich with roasted red pepper, grilled portabella, eggplant, zucchini, chevre and sun-dried tomato pesto. Inexpensive.
- Sala Thai, 3400 Russell St, ☎ +1 313 831-1302, . M-F 10.30AM-10PM (Dinner starts at 3PM), Sa 11AM-10PM, Su 12PM-9PM (dinner all day on Sa-Su). Located in an old fire house in the Eastern Market district. Great food. Also has another location in Detroit on Lafayette & one in Sterling Heights. Lunch: $6.50 - 9.50 Dinner: $9.00 - 13.00.
- Traffic Jam and Snug, 511 W. Canfield St, ☎ +1 313 831-9470 (email@example.com), . M-Th 11AM-10:30PM,F-Sa 11AM-Midnight, Su 11AM-8PM. Bakery, dairy and Brewery. This was one of the first brew pubs in Michigan. Has a vegetarian sandwich, vegetarian burger and vegetarian burrito.
- Inn Season Cafe, 500 E. Fourth St, Royal Oak, ☎ +1 248 547-7916. Tu-Th 11:30AM-9PM , F 11:30AM-9:30PM , Sa 12PM-9:30PM, Sun 11AM-3PM. Open since 1981, features assorted cuisine such as Mexican dishes and stir fries. 7-10 per entree.
- Evie's Tamales, 3454 Bagley St, ☎ +1 313 843-5056 (firstname.lastname@example.org), . Authentic cuisine, Second eldest restaurant in Mexicantown, unpretentious setting. $5 to $10.
- Taqueria Lupita, 3443 Bagley St, ☎ +1 313 843-1105. Su-Thu 9am-10pm, Fr-Sa 9am-11pm. Authentic Mexican fare. $5 to $10.
- Xochimilchos, 3409 Bagley St, ☎ +1 313 843-0179. 11 AM - 2 AM All Week. Large portions of excellent Mexican fare. They have menudo (tripe stew) on the menu, as well as many more mainstream dishes. Open late and serves alcohol. For authentic Mexican food try another restaurant in Mexican Town or Mi Pueblo. $5 to $10.
- Astoria Pastry Shop, 541 Monroe St, ☎ +1 313 963-9603 (email@example.com, fax: +1 313 963-2530), . Sun-Thurs 8am-12am, Fri-Sat 8am-1am. This European bakery has some of Detroit's best desserts you will ever taste. Additional location in Royal Oaks.
- Cyprus Taverna, 579 Monroe St, ☎ +1 313 961-1550. Sun-Thurs 11am-2am, Fri-Sat 11am-4am. Excellent Greek food.
- Fishbone's Rhythm Kitchen Cafe, 400 Monroe St, ☎ +1 313 965-4600 (fax: +1 313 965-1449), . Daily 6:30am-2am. Excellent Cajun cuisine. Also serves great steak, seafood, and sushi. Additional locations in St. Clair Shores and Southfield.
- Pegasus Taverna, 558 Monroe St, ☎ +1 313 964-6800 (fax: +1 313 965-1449), . Mon-Thurs 11am-1am, Fri-Sat 11am-3am, Sun 11am-12am. Another place in Greektown that serves great Greek food.
Detroit is known for its "Detroit-Style" Pizza:
Benito's Pizza, various locations, . Wonderful pizza. Carry-out. Well worth it.
Buddy's Pizza, 17125 Conant, ☎ +1 313 892-9001 (fax: +1 313 313-892-6619), . Mon - Thur 11 am - 9 pm Fri 11 am - 11 pm Sat 12 pm - 11 pm Sun 1 pm - 8 pm. Excellent square deep dish pizza. Voted the best pizza in Detroit several times. 7 Locations outside of Detroit
The Green Lantern Lounge, 28960 John R Rd, Madison Heights, ☎ +1 248 541-5439, . Su - W 9:00 am - 12:00 am Th - Sa 9:00 am - 2:00 am. Voted Michigan's Best Pizza By The Detroit Free Press. Is a smoking establishment and has a bar. Crowded on the weekends. Pizza: $5.35-$16.35.
Little Caesars, . Also known as Little Squeezers, pumps out 5 dollar "hot 'n' ready" pizzas. Very good sauce. Carry-out.
Loui's Pizza, 23141 Dequindre Rd, Hazel Park, ☎ +1 248 547-1711. Tasty deep-dish pizza, A local favorite. Entrees: $6.50-$18.75.
PizzaPapalis, 553 Monroe St, ☎ +1 313 961-8020 (fax: +1 313 961-2204), . Famous Award Winning Chicago-style deep dish pizza. Locations downtown and metro area. Dine-in.
Shield's Pizza, . Award Winning square pizza. 5 locations outside of Detroit. A Detroit location is opening up soon.
Detroit is known for the greasy and messy Coney Island hot dog and for its Coney Island Restaurants which are open very late or even 24 hours to catch the late-night bar crowd.
- American Coney Island, 114 W. Lafayette, Detroit, ☎ +1 586 219-0995 (eat@AmericanConeyIsland.com), . 24 hours. Rival of the Lafayette Coney Island right next door Inexpensive.
- Lafayette Coney Island, 118 W Lafayette Blvd, Detroit, ☎ +1 313 964-8198. Rival of the American Coney Island right next door Inexpensive.
- L George's Coney Island, 26799 Greenfield Rd, Southfield, ☎ +1 248 559-8600. Open Late. Inexpensive.
- Leo's Coney Island, The Detroit location is inside Comerica Park., ☎ +1 313 471-2888, . A chain that can be found all over metropolitan Detroit.
- National Coney Island, 19019 Mack Avenue, ☎ +1 313 881-5509 (fax: +1 313 881-3958), . Sun 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM Mon - Thu 6:30 AM - 10:00 PM Fri & Sat 6:30 AM - 11:00 PM. A chain that can be found all over surburban Detroit. Inexpensive.
- Amani's Middle Eastern Cuisine, 13823 Michigan Ave., Dearborn, . Full menu. Locally popular. Family friendly.
- Baker's Keyboard Lounge, 20510 Livernois, ☎ +1 313 345-6300, . Closed Monday, Lunch 11am-3pm, Entertainment begins 7 p.m. Su - Th, 9:30 pm Fr - Sa. Described as the The world's oldest jazz club, this restaurant serves up excellent southern fare, try the Catfish.
- Bastone - Restaurant and Brewery -  419 S. Main., Royal Oak. Belgian - French style cuisine.
- Beans and Cornbread, 29508 Northwestern Hwy, Southfield., ☎ +1 248 208-1680 (fax: +1 248 208-6144), . Lunch: M - F 11 AM - 4 PM Dinner: M - Th 4 PM - 9 PM Fr 4 - 10 PM Sa 12-10 PM Su 12-9 PM. Soul food, if you're closer to Detroit proper then try Baker's Keyboard Lounge which also serves excellent southern food.
- Cadieux Cafe  4300 Cadieux Rd., Detroit. Known for some great Mussels. Belgian cuisine and beers.
- Cheli's Chili Bar, 47 E. Adams, Detroit, . Offers a full menu. Mid-range.
- Hard Rock Cafe Detroit. On Campus Martius downtown near the Compuware building.
- Hunter House Hamburgers 351 Gratiot Ave. Detoit and 35075 Woodward Ave. Birmingham. Both have the same great burgers. The one in Birmingham has an old American diner feel and you can sit by the window and watch the cars drive by on Woodward Ave.
- Hockey Town Cafe Detroit. Across from Comerica Park. This restaurant doubles as a museum with Detroit Red Wings history and memorabilia as well as Tigers memorabilia and motorcycles.
- La Dolce Vita 17546 Woodward Ave. +1 313 865-033. Italian cuisine.
- Pita Cafe. Locations in downtown Birmingham & Oak Park. Middle Eastern Cuisine. Try the crushed lentil soup, fresh juices, and Shwarmas.
- Polish Village Cafe 2990 Yemans Street in Hamtramck.+1 313 874-5726. Popular, highly acclaimed traditional Polish cuisine. One of several Polish restaurants and bakeries in Hamtramck.
- River Cafe Detroit. Inside the Renaissance Center.
- Roma Cafe 3401 Riopelle (Via Roma), Detroit +1 313 831-5940
- Sinbad's Restaurant and Marina 100 St. Clair St., Detroit. +1 313 822-7817. Enjoy seafood and waterfront entertainment.
- Union Street  4145 Woodward Ave. Very good food, great drinks. Right on Woodward, less than 1 mile from downtown.
- Andiamo's Italian  Eleven locations including downtown inside the Renaissance Center, Grosse Pointe Woods, St. Clair Shores lakefront, and Bloomfield Township. Celebrity showroom in Warren. Great atmosphere, fine dining experience.
- Capital Grille - Steak and Seafood -  Somerset Collection Mall, Troy.
- Coach Insignia  Detroit. +1 313 567-2622. Top floor of the Renaissance Center. Fine dining with spectacular views.
- Cuisine Restaurant (French). . 670 Lothrop, Detroit. New Center area, behind the Fisher Theatre.
- Dearborn Inn  20301 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn. +1 313 271-2700. Fine dining in a historic Inn.
- The Hill - Seafood and Chop House -  123 Kercheval Ave., Grosse Pointe Farms, +1 313 886-8101. Fine dining.
- Morton's the Steakhouse  One Towne Square. Southfield-Detroit.
- McCormick & Schmick's - Seafood -  Somerset Collection Mall, Troy.
- Mushashi International  Southfield. Inside Southfield Town Center. Japanese cuisine. Also serves lunch during the week inside the Renaissance Center.
- Opus One  565 E. Larned St., Detroit. +1 313 961-7766. Fine dining. Offers theatre and sports packages.
- Rugby Grille 100 Townsend Street, Birmingham. Located inside of The Townsend Hotel, this elegant dining venue has been ranked as one of the "Top Ten Best Restaurants in the United States" by Zagat's Restaurant Guide. For reservations, please call: 248.642.5999
- Seldom Blues  Detroit. Located inside the Renaissance Center. Fine dining and Jazz.
- Rattlesnake Club 300 Riverplace, Detroit. (313) 567-4400. Riverfront dining experience.
- Tribute Restaurant  31425 West Twelve Mile Rd., Farmington Hills. +1 248 848-9393. Awarding winning fine dining.
- The Whitney  4421 Woodward Ave. Detroit. Highly acclaimed. Fine dining in an elegant mansion.
Vernor's Ginger Ale, created by Detroit pharmacist James Vernor, shares the distinction as America's oldest softdrink with Hire's Rootbeer. A local favorite, Detroiters pour Vernor's over ice cream. Also try Faygo soft drinks, another former Detroit based soft drink company. Detroiters enjoy Michigan Wines. A family of GM heritage, the Fisher family Coach Wines are served at the Coach Insignia Restaurant atop the GM Renaissance Center.
- Bleu Room Experience  1540 Woodward Ave., Detroit. High tech nightclub, gay friendly, live music, large dance floor, VIP lounge.
- GiGi's  16920 W. Warren, Detroit. Gay Bar, don't loiter in the parking lot or you might get mugged. Try Ferndale but those will most likely be more expensive. 313.584.6525
- Jacoby's German Biergarten  624 Brush, Detroit. Near Greektown, Jacoby's is Detroit's oldest saloon and restaurant since 1904.
- The Labyrinth  1701 Cass Ave., Detroit. Gothic night-club.
- Leland City Club  400 Bagley St., Detroit. Nightclub with Techno and Alternative Rock.
- MGM Grand Detroit 177 Third St., Detroit. Live entertainment and dancing in a world class venue.
- Motor City Casino Resort,  Grand River, Detroit. Amnesia nightclub, top floor.
- St. Andrews Hall  431 E. Congress, Detroit. Premier historic nightclub, three levels with live music, Techno, Alternative, Hip-Hop.
- Tom's Oyster Bar  519 E. Jefferson Ave., Detroit. Also locations in St. Clair Shores, Royal Oak, and Rochester Hills. Upscale, a local favorite.
- Town Pump Tavern 100 W. Montcalm, Detroit. This local favorite is an upscale Detroit pub behind the Fox Theatre.