A Detroit Neighborhood Guide | Marriott TRAVELER

There are seven Detroit Neighborhoods you might want to Visit when you’re near the Motor City!  Whether you are looking to dine at a top restaurant, root for a hometown team or shop locally, Detroit has a neighborhood for you.

Here are seven neighborhoods to check out that have so much to see and do that you may be tempted to extend your visit:

1. Entertainment District

This tourist-mecca is perfect for the first-time visitor or anyone looking for a fun night out. You will find theaters and music spots, as well as major sports venues.

2. The District Detroit

The name of this neighborhood may seem confusing, but the reasons to visit are clear: It’s where the NHL’s Detroit Red Wings and NBA’s Detroit Pistons play.

3. Eastern Market

Home to the 150-year-old Eastern Market, this neighborhood offers a great way to connect with traditional Detroit.

4. Greektown

As its name suggests, this neighborhood offers a direct link to old world Greek traditions. Authentic dining, coffee houses, festivals, locally owned boutiques and one of the city’s three casinos await.

5. Rivertown

Rivertown helps anchor the Detroit International RiverWalk, a 5.5 paved pathway with easy access to bars, restaurants and recreational sites.

6. Midtown

Midtown is made up of art galleries and museums, outdoor markets, boutiques and perhaps the hottest dining scene in the city.

7. Corktown

The oldest neighborhood in Detroit is the traditional home to the city’s Irish community. It’s a place of pubs, live music, breweries and record shops.

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