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Guide to Greektown

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Guide to Greektown

No matter your mood or the time, its always a good idea to go to Greektown.

 

Try your luck at the casino, hit the town and grab a bite on Monroe Street. Here’s your guide to where to dine and drink in Detroit’s historic commercial and entertainment district.

Opa! Go Greek 

Santorini // When you’re feeling just a little fancy step into Santorini and enjoy a three-course meal or their can’t-miss happy hour.

Pegasus or New Parthenon // Pick your side of the street for Greektown’s American v Lafayette style rivalry.

Golden Fleece // Check out one of the oldest restaurants in Greektown.

The Greek // Grab a gyro and watch the game on the big screens.

Astoria Bakery // Don’t skip the baklava (or a few other treats too).

 

Club Night

Exodus // Turn up at Detroit’s original rooftop bar.

Level Two // Take your party to the new level and to the rooftop.

The Old Shillelagh // Wear some green and get lucky at Old Shillelagh.

Delux Lounge // Live DJ, karaoke night or both? Pick the night, pick the party.

Baltimore // Pick your jams on the jukebox and dance the night away.

 

Watch the Big Game

The Well // Keep it casual and root for the home teams.

Firebird Tavern // Big screens + great eats = can’t beat.

Pappy’s Bar & Grill //Grab a seat and watch the game from heart of Greektown.

 

For when you’re craving….

Pizza… Pizza Papalis or Giorando’s

Burgers…  Wahlburgers or Five Guys

BBQ… Red Smoke

Wings… Buffalo Wild Wings

Steaks… Monroe Steak House

Seafood… Fishbone’s 

Something sweet… Coldstone Creamery

 

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