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Where to Eat in October: Sozai, Bohemia at The Detroit Club, and More

  We blinked and suddenly it’s October already. Though last month felt like an extension of summer, autumn is definitely…

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Where to Eat in September: Tigerlily, Maru Sushi, Freya, and More

The back-to-school season marks the end of the summer doldrums and the beginning of the hospitality industry’s most important money-making…

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Where to Eat in August: Voyager, Truago, and More

The unrelenting heat of Detroit summer coupled with the dwindling number of days on the seasonal calendar has us craving…

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The July Hit List: Selden Standard, Weiss Distilling, Warda Patisserie, and More

Something strange always happens in Michigan in July. It’s as if we all begin to feel the all-too-short summer season…

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The June Hit List: Marrow, Hazel’s, Cash Only Supper Club, and More

June welcomes the start of summer — and the return of Resy’s Women of Food program, which recognizes the importance…

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The Classics

At 50, Phoenicia Remains Detroit’s Icon Of Middle Eastern Cuisine

Time doesn’t always work against us. Sameer Eid and his Phoenicia restaurant in suburban Detroit are living proof — both…

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The May Hit List: M Cantina, Townhouse Detroit, Adachi, and More

The promised May flowers have already begun to bloom and so has the energy in metro Detroit, as we collectively…

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The April Hit List: Leila, Barda, Saffron De Twah, Barrio, and More

It’s been a banner award season for Detroit-area restaurants. A record number made the James Beard Foundation Awards shortlist. For…

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The March Hit List: Christine’s Cuisine, Daebak, Grey Ghost, and More

It looks as though we can begin to breathe a little easier as the Omicron surge continues to wane in…

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The February Hit List: Three Cats, Karl’s, Marrow, and More

The shortest month of the year can often feel like the longest in southeast Michigan, as the gray dregs of…

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