Everywhere You Need to Eat in Detroit Right Now
The gist: The pandemic has paved the way for all sorts of interesting new dining structures, from life-size lanterns in Southwest Detroit to posh yurts at joebar/frame in Hazel Park. This east-side Detroit dining destination boasts physically distanced dining domes.
The food: Each night features a different menu. In the mood for birria tacos? How about vegan sandwiches and salads? EastEats’ eclectic offerings cater to all sorts of tastes and cravings.
The cost: You’ll have to pay $10 to reserve your spot and prices vary depending on the event, from $6 for a taco to $15 for a vegan Philly “cheesesteak.”