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With lots of wood, books, and broken-in couches, this atmospheric cafe is the perfect place to plant yourself and knock out a chapter or two. It’s been in the same Polish family — the Zukowskis — for 80 years in Hamtramck, a city within the city of Detroit. Hamtramck was once a predominantly Polish community, and it still has a lot of signs in Polish. In the summertime, they have a patio in the back that you wouldn’t know was there unless you’ve spent time in the place. In Detroit, summers are so short that if you can be outside you’re gonna be outside.
Casual and historic little coffee shop in Hamtramck. Great to just hangout and do your thing whether that be to create, work, or just relax.
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“Authentic and super delicious Yemen food. Lively scene of locals and open late (till 1am)! One of my and many other's favorite spot in Hamtramck. ”
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“When you say you're going to Hamtramck, people ask if you're going to/have visited Royal Kabob. This is our flagship schawarma shack, admittedly a little more Americanized than some other places in town, with perfectly grilled tender meat and great prices. I really like their mint tea, and the service is generally prompt and friendly.”
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“Shout out to the city within the City of Detroit - Hamtramck! Hamtramck used to be home to mainly Polish immigrants and now has quite the Bangladeshi population. They have my favorite lunchtime buffet. Bangladeshi cuisine is very similar to Indian. Yum yum yummm. Butter chicken and mango lassi (DROOLING)!”
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