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15 new sandwiches that are already Detroit classics

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Firebird Tavern

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Thrillist has compiled this tasty menu of …

15 NEW SANDWICHES THAT ARE ALREADY DETROIT CLASSICS

“With so many nationally famous sandwiches – the Yardbird at SLOWS BAR BQ, the chicken shawarma at Bucharest Grill, the Mudgie at Mudgie’s, Green Dot’s mystery meats, all of the corned beefs – it’s hard for a new sandwich to “steak” (get it???) its claim to fame in Detroit. So, we looked specifically at restaurants that opened in the last couple of years for the best of Detroit’s new class of sandwiches.”

PBLT – Dime Store, 719 Griswold
Smoked pastrami – Selden Standard, 3921 Second Ave.
Bánh mì & Malibu’s Meatball – Gold Cash Gold Detroit, 2100 Michigan Ave.
Shrimp Po’ Boy – WALA, 1010 Washington Blvd.
Spicy Asian pulled pork sammy – Rock City Eatery, 11411 Jos. Campau
Cuban sandwich – La Nena’s Restaurant – 8600 W. Vernor
Litte Italy – Rubbed, 2015 Michigan Ave.
Lew Silver Bagel Sandwich – Detroit Institute of Bagels, 1236 Michigan
“Catfish” tofu fillet sandwich – Detroit Vegan Soul (D.V.S), 8026 Agnes St.
Hammer of the Gods – McShane’s Pub & Whiskey Bar, 1460 Michigan
Ploughman’s – The Brooklyn Street Local, 1266 Michigan Ave.
Breakfast BBQ sandwich – Maccabees at Midtown, 5057 Woodward Ave.
Fried Green BLT – Firebird Tavern, 419 Monroe St.
Rabbit sandwich – Rose’s Fine Food, 10551 E. Jefferson Ave.

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8 Places to Drink Sangria in Detroit Right Now

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“Refreshing and a little sweet, sangria hits all the right notes when it comes to warm weather drinking. Whether you prefer a single glass, a shared pitcher, or a hefty growler fill, Metro Detroit restaurants have something to offer in the way of sangria. Red, white, and sparkling, here are eight places to drink it right now.”

1  El Barzon Restaurante- 3710 Junction St.
2  La Feria Detroit Spanish Tapas – 4130 Cass Ave.
3  Mudgie’s Deli – 1300 Porter St.
4  Ottava Via – 1480 Michigan Ave.
5  Small Plates Detroit – 1521 Broadway St.
6  Taqueria Mi Pueblo – 7278 Dix St. Mi Pueblo
Torino – 201 E. 9 Mile Rd., Ferndale
8  Vicente’s Cuban Cuisine – 1250 Library St.

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VIDEO: “Under The Radar Michigan” Visits Detroit (Season 5)

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Under The Radar Michigan, the popular PBS television program, recently visited Detroit …

The Motor City is revamping, refueling and reenergizing itself with tons of urbanites who want to invest in a better future for themselves, and this great city. You don’t have to look hard to find hard evidence of this great renaissance. And the harder you look … the harder it is to leave once you get here.

In this episode (http://utrmichigan.com/episodes/episode-501/) you’ll experience the show’s unique, humorous profiles of:

  • Detroit City FC, the minor league soccer team that plays at the City’s Cass Technical High School and Northern Guard Supporters, thee team’s (very) passionate, creative, and colorful support group
  • Detroit Bike City‘s Slow Roll, the group bicycle ride that takes a unique route through the city each week
  • Mudgie’s, the artisan deli in Detroit’s historic Corktown neighborhood
  • Signal-Return, the letterpress studio operating in Eastern Market, and
  • Supino Pizzeria, serving up Sicilian-style pizzas in Eastern Market.

View the episode at http://utrmichigan.com/episodes/episode-501/

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VIDEO: “Under the Radar” takes a (very) colorful visit to Detroit

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UTR

Under The Radar Michigan, the popular PBS television program, recently visited Detroit …

“The Motor City is revamping, refueling and reenergizing itself with tons of urbanites who want to invest in a better future for themselves, and this great city. You don’t have to look hard to find hard evidence of this great renaissance. And the harder you look … the harder it is to leave once you get here.”

In this episode (http://utrmichigan.com/episodes/episode-504/) you’ll experience the show’s unique, humorous profiles of:

Detroit City FC, the minor league soccer team that plays at the City’s Cass Technical High School and Northern Guard Supporters, the team’s (very) passionate, creative, and colorful support group.

Detroit Bike City‘s Slow Roll, the group bicycle ride that takes a unique route through the city each week.

Mudgie’s, the artisan deli in Detroit’s historic Corktown neighborhood

Signal-Return, the letterpress studio operating in Eastern Market, and

Supino Pizzeria, serving up Sicilian-style pizzas in Eastern Market.

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