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There is only one place you should go for wings in Detroit and that place is Sweetwater Tavern.
Slows in Corktown is a Detroit institution that serves all of the barbecue classics, along with a wide variety of craft beers.
La Dolce Vita
If you want to sit on a big ivy-covered patio, eat lots of pasta, and talk about that trip to Rome you've been "planning," head to La Dolce Vita.
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.