In the lean years when downtown Detroit was moribund, Greektown was the only place alive at night, so it's only fitting now ... More
In the lean years when downtown Detroit was moribund, Greektown was the only place alive at night, so it's only fitting now that as Detroit revives, Greektown is the place to be. What once was one block of nearly identical Greek restaurants has expanded into a throbbing center of restaurants, clubs, shops and a casino. The indoor mall, Trappers Alley, was an earlier attempt to update the area. The increasingly upscale but still affordable Greek eateries and bakeries, with their succulent baklava and other pastries, still provide the anchor for an increasingly diverse area.
Few cities have anything this splendid: an island park of nearly 1000 acres (404.68 hectares). Accessible by a vehicle bridge
only ten minutes' drive from downtown, Belle Isle has been a favorite place of refuge and recreation for 150 ...
This gigantic concrete expanse at the foot of Woodward Avenue stretches from Jefferson Avenue to the Detroit River. Designed in
the 1960s as a civic space by Isamu Noguchi, it includes his unusual twisted spire and fountain. The plaza ...
Detroit Yacht Club is steeped in history, and has the proud distinction of being the largest yacht club in the
United States. With a roller coaster history stretching back to the 1870s, it has been playing host not only ...