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Ann
Ann
March 6, 2020
walks along the river
Kelly
Kelly
January 23, 2020
Great daytime walk from Eastern Market to Detroit’s riverfront.
Katherine
Katherine
September 21, 2019
Connecting the riverfront with the Eastern Market area for pedestrians, the Dequindre Cut is a revitalized greenway and recreational path popular with residents and visitors alike. Formerly a railroad, it now features a wide pathway and urban art and graffiti. Visitors can rent bikes from WheelHouse…
Gina
Gina
September 14, 2019
Two mile walk the Dequindre cut to see the murals and street art that line the green space.
Michael
Michael
July 2, 2019
Explore street artwork while walking or riding along a dedicated bike path.

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Bændamarkaður
“This is a popular destination during the day. Go early in the day! Enjoy low prices on veggies, fruits, and flowers. ”
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Bókabúð
“There was a lot of buzz when this bookstore opened in 2015 as part of the revitalization of Grandmont Rosedale, a beautiful old neighborhood. There’s something very civilized about it. It has restored wooden floors, beautiful carpets, a big fluffy cat who’ll sit on your books, and tables where people can sit and talk and read. The Turner House, a novel that was shortlisted for the National Book Award, about a Detroit family. It really took the hearts of Detroiters in particular, and Angela Flournoy, the author, came to Pages to read from it.”
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Amerískur veitingastaður
“Not really a brewery - more a gastropub with great beers on tap. They do have food, but a limited menu.”
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Djassklúbbur
“Good place for a special date night. Very upscale jazz establishment. You need to reserve tables in advance. The food is ok, as with the music, but the entire experience combined left me looking back at it very fondly. ”
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Disc Golf
“Absolute favorite part of Detroit. In the summer, go to the beach! All walks of life there. Great nature. It's an island in the middle of the Detroit River. Detroit on one side, Canada on the other.”
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Detroit, MI 48207