We’ve joined the ranks of the best restaurants in downtown Detroit. But, food is only the latest chapter in the city’s story. VisitDetroit.com, Detroit’s official website, has this to say about Detroit:
“Detroit has had a profound impact on the world – from being the automobile capital of the world to inventing the Motown sound – Detroit has crafted American culture.”
It may have begun with automobiles and music, but restaurants are the next frontier to be tackled in Detroit’s comeback agenda. In fact, Detroit (in particular our own neighborhood of Corktown) has already made a top 10 foodie destination list by none other than National Geographic:
“The city’s oldest surviving neighborhood, Corktown (early immigrants were from County Cork, Ireland), is also one of its most vibrant. There are all types of eateries here, from breakfast joints to fine dining.”
We are part of the heritage and part of the movement with the grand opening of Red Dunn Kitchen, a one-of-a-kind Detroit restaurant in a city that reveres authenticity and unique qualities. Reserve your table today.