Detroit January 04, 2017
Here Are The 10 Dishes You Have To Eat In Detroit Before You Die
If you’re a food-lover, Detroit should be at the top of your “must-visit cities” list. While the Motor City isn’t always thought of as a foodie’s paradise, it’s certainly full of a wide array of delicious, unique dishes. Here are ten delectable options in Detroit that you simply have to try at least once in your lifetime.
1. Coney Dog
This is a Detroit classic, and you won’t find it done better anywhere else in the country. Head to Lafayette’s or American Coney Island for a hearty dog.
2. Detroit-style pizza
Pizza-lovers will go crazy for the delicious taste of a Detroit-style pie, which often features a deep crust and a unique square shape. Get ready to be wowed.
3. Slows BBQ
Perfectly cooked meat, amazing glazes, and generous helpings have made Slows a household name throughout the state. You just won’t find a better BBQ option in the city of Detroit — and it’s a must-try.
This traditional Greek dish is beyond delicious, especially when it’s impeccably made. The Golden Fleece is one of Detroit’s best Greek restaurants, so stop in when you want to satisfy that gyro craving.
5. A Mudgie’s corned beef sandwich
This quaint deli on Porter Street serves one of the best corned beef sandwiches in the state. No trip to the Motor City is complete without enjoying at least one.
6. Chicken and waffles
This unique flavor will satisfy no matter what your age, and Detroit certainly knows how to do it right. Head to Kuzzo’s or New Center Eatery and eat to your heart’s content.
7. Sliders from Green Dot Stables
These small and delicious sandwiches originated right here in the Motor City, and you absolutely must try one from Green Dot Stables. You’ll undoubtedly be back for more.
8. A Ball Park Frank
Did you know that this iconic hot dog was created just for the Detroit Tigers at Tiger Stadium? Don’t make a trip out to the ballgame without eating one.
9. A fizzy glass of Faygo
This favorite pop among Michiganders is abundant throughout Detroit, and it’s the perfect way to wash down one of your new favorite meals.
Who says Hamtramck gets all the Fat Tuesday fun? You’ll find plenty of these amazing pastries right in downtown Detroit. Head to Dutch Girl Donuts for a sweet Polish treat when the time rolls around.
Alright, Detroiters: let us know what we’re missing! What are your favorite things to eat and enjoy in the Motor City? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.