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Poll: Where Do Visitors Need To Eat In Detroit?

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The North American International Auto Show is bringing in people from all over the country and the world over the next few weeks, and many will be anxious to try out some famous Detroit food while they're here. Which of these options is a "Must" for visitors to our fair city? Disagree with all of the choices? Pick other and leave your opinion in the comments.

American/Lafayette Coney Island: The classic Detroit coney dog competition combines awesome hot dogs with an age-old rivalry.

Pegasus Taverna: A Greektown classic, the Saganaki (flaming cheese) is a showstopper.

Buddy's Pizza: The birthplace of Detroit deep dish is legendary.

Slows Bar BQ: It's a newer contender, but the growing national reputation of this Bar-B-Q joint shouldn't be underestimated.

The Rattlesnake Club: Legendary bartender Farouk invented Michigan's boozy milkshake known as "The Hummer".

Polish Village Cafe: Polish food is part of Detroit's history, and the pierogi, delicious potato dumplings, are pure Detroit comfort food.

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American Coney Island

114 West Lafayette Boulevard, , MI 48226 (313) 961-7758 Visit Website

Lafayette Coney Island

118 West Lafayette Boulevard, , MI 48226 (313) 964-8198 Visit Website

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