Cheap EatsSorted by most recent
Detroit Institute of Bagels
Detroit Institute of Bagels in Corktown looks like a yoga studio, but serves some of the best bagels in town - proof that life is all about balance.
Taqueria El Rey
Taqueria El Rey in Mexicantown is the first place to go for tacos in Detroit. Get the grilled chicken, some al pastor, and a beer. Repeated as needed.
There is only one place you should go for wings in Detroit and that place is Sweetwater Tavern.
Supino's serves some of the best pizza in Detroit and is a great place to grab a slice when you're trying to decide where to eat at Eastern Market.
Green Dot Stables
Green Dot Stables is a horse-themed tavern that serves 20+ types of sliders and looks like somewhere your grandpa might've placed race bets.
When you’re hungover and/or sleep deprived on a weekend morning, go to Clique for grilled cinnamon rolls and every other breakfast food imaginable.
American Coney Island
American Coney Island is open 24/7 and - along with Lafayette - is one of the two most famous coney spots in Detroit. Try both and choose wisely.
Lafayette Coney Island
Lafayette Coney Island is one of the two most famous spots for coney dogs in Detroit. It’s open late and best experienced with a side of chili fries.
Detroit-style pizza was invented at Buddy’s in Hamtramck, and it’s still the best place to eat the rectangular, thick crust pan pies in the city.