Well, that weekend went way too fast. Know why? We were hardly in Cleveland at all – we spent 22 hours in Detroit!
What does one do with 2 kids when they’re in Detroit for a day? Well, we spent most of the time with family. B’s brother lives downtown and his other brothers and dad were in own visiting, so we met up with them and hung out.
We did walk to the Eastern Market, which was a cool outdoor/indoor market with lots of different food vendors.
FW even got a free apple from one of the vendors!
After walking around the market, we ordered pizza and got some beers at Eastern Market Brewing I really liked their Session IPA and FW loved the pizza from Supino. He had 2 slices!
We saw some cool artwork. there are beautiful murals all over the city, and I really liked these two – the Welcome to Detroit right under Stevie Wonder.
Then, while the boys went to the Tigers vs. Indians game (Indians won!), LM and I walked around a little and got dinner. She loved the veggie sandwich from Avalon. Brownie not pictured.
Sunday morning we woke up to rain. And not a “hey it’s just drizzling, we’ll put on our raincoats and be fine” kind of rain – but the kind that had us bundling in our raincoats and as we walked outside we were immediately soaked. Even as we left the hotel, some guy commented, “You’re going outside? You’re gonna get wet.”
We walked a little around before hopping into Avalon (yes, again – but B and FW hadn’t been there) for breakfast. If I lived here, I could see myself going there a lot.
We had plans to walk around the city some more and check out the River Walk before our hotel checkout time, but even when we left the restaurant, it was still a complete downpour. So we went back to the hotel and before we knew it it was time to check out.
We will definitely have to go back to Detroit again soon – hopefully next time the weather will hold out and we’ll get to do some more stuff.
Questions for you:
- Have you ever been to Detroit?
- White pizza or saucy pizza?
7 thoughts on “24 Hours In Detroit”
I have been to Detroit, but the last time was more than 20 years ago. I hope the weather is better next time you go. Either kind of pizza works for me.
I LOVE a white pizza!
I love any pizza! But I’ve wanted to visit the Eastern Market but didn’t have time last time 😦 This looks like a great weekend!
I tend to like white pizzas better but I’ll definitely eat either! Too bad it was so rainy for you guys.
I loooove white pizza – or BBQ-sauce-based pizza! I’ve never been a big fan of red sauce, so I like having options.
I’ve only been to Detroit for, like you, about 20 hours, when my friend & I drove up to see a live taping of one of our favorite podcasts. We found some fun things to do, saw some artwork, then head back home, but it’s always at the front of my mind as a cool place to check out on some random weekend. I want to see more of it!
Me too!! I need to go back!
This is a great review. I’ve been to Detroit so many times for work in the past but I’ve not explored there yet. Great post!