Dine Drink Detroit celebrates one of the country’s budding restaurant cultures. From October 2 – 11, a selection of the city’s most interesting restaurants and bars will offer up some of their finest food and drink at exceptional prices. Follow us on social media or sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date.
- Dine Drink Detroit
- Oct. 2 - 11, 2014
For one week, these select establishments are offering up something extra special for only fifteen bucks. At least one food item, a drink, and an awesome night are included in the price. Taxes and gratuity are not. No reservations necessary. Stop in any time.
Detroit City Distillery creates small batch artisanal whiskey, gin and vodka using the finest local ingredients sourced directly from farms near our distillery and tasting room located in Detroit’s famed Eastern Market.
We are moving forward by honoring the history of this building as The Grand Trunk Rail Road’s ticket station. Grand Trunk Pub is one of Southeast Michigan’s finest drinking establishments. Grand Trunk is located in the heart of downtown Detroit, one block from Campus Martius and Hart Plaza. Come have a pint in what was once the Grand Trunk Railway Station. The original early 1900’s architecture and the beauty of the Grand Trunk’s 25 foot vaulted ceilings, brass chandeliers, exposed brick walls and hard wood floors.
16 years after a initially dreaming of sharing a little bit of Spain with others has became a reality when friends–Pilar Baron-Hidalgo, Naomi Khalil, and Elias Khalil submitted their idea to the 2012 Hatch Detroit contest and won with overwhelming support. Detroit was ready to share the magic of la Feria, and now with our doors open, we are so excited to bring it to you!
What’s new at Motor City Wine? Just about everything; new Corktown digs, huge patio, abundant parking, and no more stairs! Plus, everything else you’ve always loved about the place – fun staff, eclectic, affordable wines to stay or to go, small plates, and snacks.
Corktown stalwart Slows has been drawing national acclaim for its barbecue since 2005. A true community restaurant, they’re at the forefront of community improvement projects, raising funds for Roosevelt Park, leading recycling efforts, and championing sustainable practices.
Established in 1965, this Detroit mainstay is known for their in-house bakery, microbrewery, and dairy, the curiously intimate multi-level dining rooms, and an eclectic menu of made-from-scratch dishes.
Located in Detroit’s Corktown district, Two James is committed to producing only the highest quality environmentally conscious handmade spirits utilizing locally sourced agricultural products with the aim of revitalizing the community and reinforcing the craft product movement.
- Dine Drink Detroit
- Oct. 2 - 11, 2014
Planning your evening in the city? While you’re in town why not check out these great events:
Dine Drink Detroit Experience
October 11 • 2-5p
1949 Michigan Ave., Detroit
Brought to you by Detroit Experience Factory
Join us for this special event on October 11th as we visit 3 of the best Dine Drink Detroit spots in one afternoon! You’ll get to sample some of the best food and drink in Detroit and learn about Corktown’s past, present and future as we walk between the restaurants.
Or experience these fine establishments by what interests you most.
Wine lovers, come try some of the most interesting juice in Michigan. Try something new alongside some small plates; or take a bottle home.
Choices, choices, choices. You’ll have a hard time deciding upon a brew from these long, well-selected beer lists.
If you didn’t have the foresight to plan a sunset picnic on Belle Isle, these Detroit mainstays are rich on ambiance and serious about their wares. A perfect night for two.
Our advice? Give the bartenders here an idea of what you like and let them do the rest. These guys are serious about their libations, and it shows.
Especially hungry? Hit up one of these eateries and try not to bite off more than you can chew.