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LondonMike Nov 22, 2012 12:27 PM

Looking for a great place to eat near Ford Field. Going to my first NFL game next week and looking for a good place to go and have dinner after the game.

Pretty open about the type of food really - not looking for fine dining though.

Doesn't really have to be too close to the stadium - don't mind driving a bit.

Thanks folks!

  1. coney with everything Nov 26, 2012 06:15 AM

    Wow, no responses? I guess everyone was away from their computers over the holiday...

    Walking distance:
    http://www.angelinadetroit.com/
    http://www.cliffbells.com/menu/dinner/

    Driving distance: Mexicantown if that's your fancy.

    Also I was intrigued by this review of a place I'd been to in its previous iteration (I know the space is gorgeous) also in the Mexicantown area
    http://metrotimes.com/food/keeping-it...

    Highly recommend avoiding Hockeytown.

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      Jim M Nov 26, 2012 06:31 AM

      Cheaper than Angelina or Cliff Bell's (both good): the Elwood. It's basically a sports bar, but it's in a nifty little building, and it's seconds from the stadium.

      http://www.elwoodgrill.com/

      Good new gourmet (but inexpensive) slider bar, also in Corktown/Mexicantown: Green Dot Stables.

      http://greendotstables.com/

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        GrueLurks Nov 26, 2012 02:56 PM

        Bucharest Grill is only a few blocks away. Sit in the attached Park Bar and enjoy a beer with your food.
        http://www.bucharestgrill.com/

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          gan911 Nov 26, 2012 06:24 PM

          i second bucharest

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            Jim M Nov 27, 2012 06:46 AM

            Me three, but be sure you like garlic.

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