TOP NEW DETROIT OPENINGS
TOP NEW DETROIT OPENINGS
It seems like every week there’s a new opening in the city and we cannot get enough of it! These local businesses make Detroit a hub of diversity and creativity and we think you should visit each and every one of these new businesses and learn about their stories. And eat. A lot.
Healthy juices galore! These beverages are cold-pressed organic juices with no added water. They’ve been popping up all over the Metro Detroit area, and now Detroit has it’s very own in the downtown district.
719 Griswold St., (248) 850-7522
It’s a modern take on American fare with reasonably priced dishes, like flatbreads with balsamic drizzle, serious-sized sandwiches and more. And the bar is fully stocked too.
660 Woodward Ave., (313) 963-9000
This place is a full dining experience under one retractable roof, with a sushi bar, their own take on dim-sum AND a whiskey library.
500 Woodward Ave., (313) 723-1000
Mitch Albom’s string of charities just launched the tastiest spot yet, with a dessert menu that you can over-indulge in without feeling anything but good for the community.
1014 Woodward Ave., (313) 888-9106
The Whisky Parlor does a bang-up job making you feel at home but with a more than fully stocked bar of whiskies that you’ve probably never even heard of. They’ve got a great wine and cocktail list, too.
608 Woodward Ave. Floor 2, (313) 961-3043
Each menu item stays under $11 here, making it the new neighborhood favorite. Try some homemade potato salad or a sandwich, but don’t forget to try the fried goat cheese. Just don’t.
1800 Michigan Ave., (313) 962-1383
Born out of a love for quality baked goods and a Detroit devotion, the Sister Pie team won last year’s Hatch contest and have been killing it ever since. Bobcat Bonnie’s even sells a Sister Pie slice of the day on their dessert menu. Businesses helping businesses…we love that!
8066 Kercheval Ave., (313) 447-5550
A chocolate dish filled with more chocolate…yes, it’s the greatest thing on earth. Yes, we’ve tried them all. Yes, you need to pick up some tasty little boxes for yourself.
The Chrysler House 719 Griswold, Suite 100, (313) 316-1430
The store holds the creations of John Varvatos, a Detroit native and a true rocker. Shoes, guitars, ties, clothing and anything a modern man could want in his wardrobe.
1500 Woodward Ave., (313) 437-8095
If you want a quality cut by people who were actually schooled to make you look good and you’re not looking to go bankrupt, go to these guys. They won’t disappoint.
138 Cadillac Square, (313) 965-6500
Tommey Walker Jr. decided to turn his graphic design skills into a statement for the city and its culture. He snagged a few famous partnerships along the way. The newest location just opened up in Eastern Market. Do you have a shirt yet?
Russell St., (800) 478-3218
Kit & Ace hails from Vancouver and designs contemporary luxury apparel, accessories and lifestyle products for ladies and gentlemen. More style comes to Midtown!
4240 Cass Ave. #106, (844) 548-6223
The space sells and services bikes and carries Fuji, Civia, SE, Surly and Cinneli. They’ll get you back on your wheels right in time for the next Slow Roll.
1343 Fisher Fwy., (313) 285-8120
This Ferndale favorite brings vegan ice cream, regular ice cream AND sorbet to Midtown. Take a walk and share a treat with your dog too. Or your friend. Sometimes they’re the same thing.
4150 Cass Ave., (248) 544-3440
This team does food like you’ve only dreamed of. The name says what they’ve got but they don’t make it just one way…go see for yourself!
19345 Livernois Ave., (313) 861-0229