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The wait is over and Dine Drink Detroit is finally here. Tonight, Thursday, October 10th, marks the start of the week-long celebration of food and drink in some of Detroit's smaller (but no less deserving of recognition) establishments. There are 13 restaurants/bars participating in the event, all will have food and drink combo specials for only $15, and proceeds will benefit the Detroit RiverFront Conservancy.

Check out this map, complete with Dine Drink's own descriptions of the participants, and plan accordingly, because these are some seriously great places to check out for the first time, or the 50th.


· Dine Drink Detroit [Official Site]
· Detroit RiverFront Conservancy [Official Site]
· All Dine Drink Detroit posts [-ED-]
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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.
"Located in the Park Shelton adjacent to the DIA, this Parisian inspired restaurant/bar features chef Kate Williams’ playful interpretations of classic French fare paired with French wines and cocktails. Detroit by way of Paris." [Photo]

Woodbridge Pub

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"This long-abandoned former general store was transformed into a neighborhood pub with a focus on locally sourced food, featuring over 80 Michigan beers and wines, and remaining faithful to the building’s historic character."[Photo]

Traffic Jam & Snug

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"Established in 1965, this Detroit mainstay is known for their in-house bakery, microbrewery, and dairy, the curiously intimate multi-level dining rooms, and an eclectic menu of made-from-scratch dishes."[Photo]

Great Lakes Coffee

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"A place you may never leave. Coffee, wine, beer, cocktails, and an extensive assortment of sandwiches and bites – all carefully crafted and selected with a focus on small producers." [Photo]

Sugar House Craft & Cocktails

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"One of Playboy’s best bars in America for 2013, the Sugar House bar serves craft and classic cocktails to thirsty Detroiters. The menu changes seasonally and also includes beer, wine, and small plates."[Photo]

Slows Bar-B-Q

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"Corktown stalwart Slows has been drawing national acclaim for its barbecue since 2005. A true community restaurant, they’re at the forefront of community improvement projects, raising funds for Roosevelt Park, leading recycling efforts, and championing sustainable practices."[Photo]

Mercury Burger & Bar

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"Flipping classic burgers with a little something extra, Mercury offers a couple dozen items between bread along with craft beers, poutine, and old-school milkshakes." [Photo]

Motor City Wine

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"What’s new at Motor City Wine? Just about everything; new Corktown digs, huge patio, abundant parking, and no more stairs! Plus, everything else you’ve always loved about the place – fun staff, eclectic, affordable wines to stay or to go, small plates, and snacks." [Photo]

Ottava Via

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"Serving up fun, rustic Italian plates and pizzas from their wood-fired oven, Ottavia Via is the newest addition to the burgeoning restaurant scene in Corktown." [Photo]

St. CeCe's Pub

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"Named after the patron saint of whiskey (at least, according to owner Celeste Balanger), St. Cece’s is a cozy Corktown gastropub that offers affordable modern scratch food in a relaxed environment." [Photo]

Mudgie's Deli

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"An artisanal sandwich shop in Detroit’s historic Corktown neighborhood, with fresh, high quality food and a brand new wine and beer program." [Photo]

Green Dot Stables

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"The goal at the Green Dot Stables is simple. They want to provide their guests with great food, great service, and a great atmosphere – all at a great price." [Photo]

El Barzon Restaurante

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"Chef Norberto Garita’s regional Mexican dishes and flawlessly executed Italian cuisine on one of the most unique menus anywhere. Consider proposing to your girlfriend on the new patio."[Photo]

Rodin

"Located in the Park Shelton adjacent to the DIA, this Parisian inspired restaurant/bar features chef Kate Williams’ playful interpretations of classic French fare paired with French wines and cocktails. Detroit by way of Paris." [Photo]

Woodbridge Pub

"This long-abandoned former general store was transformed into a neighborhood pub with a focus on locally sourced food, featuring over 80 Michigan beers and wines, and remaining faithful to the building’s historic character."[Photo]

Traffic Jam & Snug

"Established in 1965, this Detroit mainstay is known for their in-house bakery, microbrewery, and dairy, the curiously intimate multi-level dining rooms, and an eclectic menu of made-from-scratch dishes."[Photo]

Great Lakes Coffee

"A place you may never leave. Coffee, wine, beer, cocktails, and an extensive assortment of sandwiches and bites – all carefully crafted and selected with a focus on small producers." [Photo]

Sugar House Craft & Cocktails

"One of Playboy’s best bars in America for 2013, the Sugar House bar serves craft and classic cocktails to thirsty Detroiters. The menu changes seasonally and also includes beer, wine, and small plates."[Photo]

Slows Bar-B-Q

"Corktown stalwart Slows has been drawing national acclaim for its barbecue since 2005. A true community restaurant, they’re at the forefront of community improvement projects, raising funds for Roosevelt Park, leading recycling efforts, and championing sustainable practices."[Photo]

Mercury Burger & Bar

"Flipping classic burgers with a little something extra, Mercury offers a couple dozen items between bread along with craft beers, poutine, and old-school milkshakes." [Photo]

Motor City Wine

"What’s new at Motor City Wine? Just about everything; new Corktown digs, huge patio, abundant parking, and no more stairs! Plus, everything else you’ve always loved about the place – fun staff, eclectic, affordable wines to stay or to go, small plates, and snacks." [Photo]

Ottava Via

"Serving up fun, rustic Italian plates and pizzas from their wood-fired oven, Ottavia Via is the newest addition to the burgeoning restaurant scene in Corktown." [Photo]

St. CeCe's Pub

"Named after the patron saint of whiskey (at least, according to owner Celeste Balanger), St. Cece’s is a cozy Corktown gastropub that offers affordable modern scratch food in a relaxed environment." [Photo]

Mudgie's Deli

"An artisanal sandwich shop in Detroit’s historic Corktown neighborhood, with fresh, high quality food and a brand new wine and beer program." [Photo]

Green Dot Stables

"The goal at the Green Dot Stables is simple. They want to provide their guests with great food, great service, and a great atmosphere – all at a great price." [Photo]

El Barzon Restaurante

"Chef Norberto Garita’s regional Mexican dishes and flawlessly executed Italian cuisine on one of the most unique menus anywhere. Consider proposing to your girlfriend on the new patio."[Photo]

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