This mile-long tunnel, constructed in 1930 under the Detroit River, is the first vehicular tunnel ever built linking two ... More
This mile-long tunnel, constructed in 1930 under the Detroit River, is the first vehicular tunnel ever built linking two nations. Heavily used by commuters and travelers, it is one of the busiest border crossings between the United States and Canada, handling nine million vehicles a year, 95 percent of them cars. Its U.S. entrance is right next to the Renaissance Center, and its Canadian outlet is in the middle of Windsor's downtown. Jointly owned by the cities of Windsor and Detroit, it has an elaborate ventilation system that keeps the air clean. It was renovated in the mid-1990s. On the Canadian side, a Duty Free Shoppe offers tax-free purchases.
With its soaring ceilings and vintage wood bar, Atlas is a wonder to behold. Saved from the wrecking ball, the
trendy bistro gained admirers among the city's glitterati and food fanatics. Atlas was awarded three stars from the Detroit ...
Once a secret known only to adventurous diners, El Comal has become more popular and accessible after moving to larger
quarters. Patrons rave about Elda Castellano's affordable, hearty and wondrous Central American food. There are Mexican staples on the ...
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 ...
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