Great restaurants in Detroit
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Are you interested in making a reservation? We can provide reservations for as little as 1 person and all the way up to tables of six or even twelve people. Gather your friends, make a reservation, and come in and take in the sights and sounds of the beautiful city of Detroit, Michigan.
If you’d like to call us to make a reservation that is an option but, by far, the very best option for contacting us is to simply head on over to Yelp! or to Open Table in order to book your reservation. If you need to absolutely contact us we invite you do so at 555-555-5555. Our phone hours are from 11:00 AM until 11:00 PM. Online reservation hours, however, are 24 hours a day and seven days a week! How exciting does that sound? We know that we can’t hide our smiles!
Great times in a great city
Within the city limits of Detroit there are absolutely hundreds of restaurants! It’s a fantastic city with a disgustingly under-appreciated reputation for food and drink. Restaurants like 24 Grille and La Dolce Vita. Within the time you read this, you could have made an online reservation at your favorite restaurant and you could be counting down the time that you have to wait until you’re in your favorite seat of a great restaurant enjoying a beautifully cooked steak!
Great Accommodations in Detroit
The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit is a luxurious historic skyscraper hotel located at 1114 Washington Boulevard in Downtown Detroit, Michigan, within the Washington Boulevard Historic District. Designed in the Neo-Renaissance style, and constructed as the Book-Cadillac, it is part of Westin Hotels and embodies Neo-Classical elements and building sculpture, incorporating brick and limestone. Among its notable features are the sculptures of notable figures from Detroit’s history—General Anthony Wayne, Antoine Laumet de La Mothe, sieur de Cadillac, Chief Pontiac, and Robert Navarre along the ornate Michigan Avenue façade and copper-covered roof elements.
The flagship hotel is 349 ft (106 m) tall with 31 floors, and includes 67 exclusive luxury condominia and penthouses on the top eight floors. It reopened in October 2008 after completing a $200-million reconstruction project and contains the Roast restaurant.
What makes a great burger?
It’s time for another round of The Burger Lab. Got a suggestion for an upcoming topic? Email Kenji here, and he’ll do his best to answer your queries in a future post. Become a fan of The Food Lab on Facebook for play-by-plays on future kitchen tests and recipe experiments.
We’re taking a break from hardcore testing at the Burger Lab and Food Lab for the next two weeks* but I thought I’d use the time to write something that a lot of folks have been asking me about: a basic handbook for taking your burgers to the next level.
Full disclosure: my wife and I are in Spain backpacking, eating, drinking, and generally having a much better time than you are as you read this. Sorry.
The tips I’m setting out here are ones that, with very few exceptions, apply universally to all hamburgers, regardless of style. Thus, one thing you will not find in this list is specific cooking instructions in terms of heat source, strength, and timing. As far as taking a formed patty from raw to cooked, there are no hard and fast rules that apply in every situation.
And without further ado, here are The Burger Lab’s Top Ten Burger-Making Tips:
Detroit is fun of all sorts of great places to visit. Are you one of the types of people that has their own makeup artist? Maybe you should consider getting your own Detroit Makeup Artist to do it for you for your night out. Think about it and let us know what you think!