Social & food come together at Central Kitchen + Bar

Central Kitchen + Bar, a modern gastropub, is slated to open in downtown Detroit’s First National Building in July 2015. The dining is set to be approachable, yet upscale bar cuisine, cooked up by executive chef, Christina Stanco.

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Movement packs festival lineup with most performances to date

Paxahau’s internationally known Movement Music Festival hits Detroit on Memorial Day weekend, May 23-25, and this time with a bigger line-up than ever before, right in Hart Plaza.

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New Krema in Greektown delights all with a sweet tooth

Greektown gains another touch of Greece and this time, in the form of a pastry shop called Krema, specializing in custard packed and phyllo-wrapped pastries with cinnamon and powder sugar on top.

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Old legend of Nain Rouge celebrated by parade of Detroiters

An old legend that dates back to Detroit in 1701, is celebrated by the Marche du Nain Rouge, a community-driven and based tradition in Midtown and Cass Corridor, on March 22 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

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John Varvatos brings his edge home in new Detroit location

John Varvatos, American fashion designer and Detroit native, meshes his passion for innovation and edge with music, creativity and accessibility at his new downtown Detroit location at 1500 Woodward Avenue.

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Changing weather means changing menu at Firebird

Greektown’s traditional American bar and restaurant, Firebird Tavern, offers new menu items as a way to mix up the monotony of the cold weather and bring more variety to guests in the form of a whitefish dish, as well as a homemade Philly steak sandwich.

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Jolly Pumpkin opens this spring in Midtown

A Michigan favorite and nationally known Jolly Pumpkin Brewery is slated to open a new location in Midtown Detroit, equipped with more than 30 taps, this April.

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Comedian launches comedy outlet for the city

Detroit Comedy Underground, the new hub of Detroit comedy, is a stand-up comedy showcase that brings laughs and pure talent to The Park Bar’s Elizabeth Theater every Sunday evening.

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Whiskey Disco keeps electronic music underground…literally

Detroit has long played a strong role in the electronic music industry, from the Movement Electronic Music Festival held every Memorial Day in Hart Plaza, to weekly gatherings in underground venues, like the newly opened Whiskey Disco. Read more…

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The Republic Tavern prepped to open in GAR Building

The Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Building in downtown Detroit has been home to many establishments since its opening in 1897, but its 2015 debut includes two new restaurants, The Republic Tavern and Parks and Rec Diner. Read more…

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