Everywhere You Need to Eat in Detroit Right Now
The gist: Sophisticated yet familiar and approachable shareables and thoughtful cocktails are served in an equally stylish space in a former bank vault.
The food: The food is upscale and meticulously prepared but doesn’t take itself too seriously, with playful dishes like “Escar-no,” which is cremini mushrooms with parsley breadcrumbs and mushroom bouillon, and creative combinations like the smoked whitefish financiers. But it’s also a spot if you aim to impress, with high-end offerings like the Miyazaki A5 Wagyu with sour tomato honey and roasted bone marrow potatoes.
The cost: Shelby covers all price points, from $6 for Shelby nut mix to $150 for caviar and chips and everything in between.