This is a deli after my own heart! Mudgie’s uses only the freshest local produce and ingredients. You can surely taste it in every bite. For more information on Mudgie’s follow the link www.mudgiesdeli.com
Astro Coffee is a cute addition to the already cute Corktown Detroit. Known for their varieties of slow drip coffees and homemade baked goods, they are sure to please. You will find it in the same row of storefronts with Slows Bar B-Q. For more information about Astro Coffee follow the link http://astrocoffeedetroit.blogspot.com/
If you’re looking for something a little different Green Dot Stables is it, but just don’t go there hungry because those sliders and fries will definitely add up$$$$! The reasonably price drinks may make up for it. To draw your own conclusions follow the link http://greendotstables.com/
I would have to check the demographics to know for sure if Hygrade Deli is in Corktown, but it doesn’t matter to me, what matters is that their corn beef sandwich is soooo good. To find out for yourself they are located at 364 Michigan Ave. Detroit, MI 48216 (313) 894-6620.
Le Petit Zinc is a really cute crepe restaurant/bar, located in Corktown. Only considered a bar because the name is French slang for “local bar”, but they don’t sell any alcoholic beverages. For more information about Le Petit Zinc click the link www.lepetitzincdetroit.com
I went to McShane’s for their fish and chips, and being a lover of fish and chips I can’t say that I was overly impressed, but I like the place enough to give something else a try. For more information go to www.McShanesPub.com Update: I did return and I do like!
Everything about the Mercury Burger Bar is cute, it kind of reminds you of a diner, and the food is soooo good! You won’t have to worry about service here because they’ll be plenty of servers on the floor to help you out! Check out the MBB http://mercuryburgerbar.com/
Nancy’s Whiskey is known for serving lunch, as well as a bite to eat with late night beverages. If you don’t know where you’re going you might not find it, but all the locals know where it is. To find Nancy’s Whiskey click on the link www.nancywhiskeydetroit.com
Nemo’s is located on Michigan near Trumbull, right down the street from the old Tiger Stadium. It’s still the meeting place for Detroit Tiger’s fans to grab a burger before the game…and catch their shuttle bus to the new home of the Tigers, Comerica Park. Click on the link for more information www.nemosdetroit.com
Onassis Corktown depending on who you ask is like no other, the food is fresh, the place is clean, the staff polite, yup sounds like no other to me, but to see for yourself visit them at 1501 Michigan Ave. Detroit, MI 48216 Ph# (313) 222-9999
Known for their pulled pork and delicious sides, Slow’s is a staple in Corktown. For more information follow the link www.slowsbarbq.com
Some may consider Mexican Town southwest Detroit, and some may say it’s part of Corktown, depending on who you ask. I think it’s technically in southwest Detroit, but it’s well worth mentioning because it has the best authentic Mexican food around. Xochimilco pronounced so-she-mil-co is one of the oldest and most popular www.xochimilcorestaurant.com but there are plenty of others to choose from.