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Detroit has plenty of unique places to go for great drinks, wonderful food, and entertainment. And great restaurants aren’t just about the food: they are about giving a full-on experience. They are about culture. We’re excited about the five restaurants, specializing in vegetarian options to Mediterranean and Italian fusion dishes. If you’re a foodie then you’ll want to add these five restaurants opening soon in Detroit to your bucket list.

  • Alpino Detroit

    Alpino Detroit has been gearing up for its highly anticipated grand opening later in 2023. On Instagram, the restaurant shared a sneak peek at the restaurant as well as their newly hired staff. Alpino is an Alps-inspired restaurant and wine bar opening in Corktown at 1426 Bagley, Detroit. They will feature European-influenced menu items. We’re looking forward to trying their German bread dumplings, served in a bowl of wild game broth topped with leek oil.  And we’ll follow that with their Alpine inspired Rosette cookie topped with apple butter, apple relish, and a scoop of Michigan’s Guernsey ice cream.

  • Pop’s Corner Café and Market

    Pop’s Corner Café and Market is a community market, kitchen, and café coming soon to McDougall Hunt, Detroit. It is located at 2740 Mt. Elliot. They are hoping to open later this year the soon-to-be restaurant recently shared on social media that they are experiencing structural issues and have been set back with scheduling. The space was previously a liquor store named after its former owner “Pops.” He was well-known in the area and passed from COVID-19 complications last year.

  • Cibo

    Cambria Hotel will be the home of Cibo Detroit. The restaurant will feature fine-dining Mediterranean foods according to Cibo’s Instagram. Diners can anticipate Cibo opening later in 2023. It will be located within the Cambria Hotel located at 600 W. Lafayette Blvd., Detroit.

  • Nepantla

    Nepantla features vegan Mexican food, coffees, juices, and teas. On the menu you can find vegan options like stuffed jalapeño tacos, fried avocado tacos, loaded vegan chroizo nachos, and more. According to their Instagram, they will be back in April of this year. Nepantla was originally a food truck serving vegan tacos. This year, the restaurant will be opening a brick-and-mortar establishment located at 5410 W. Vernor Highway, Detroit. They will be open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

  • Paradise Deli and Marketplace

    Paradise Deli and Marketplace is set to open later this year. Mama Nezaa the owner of Paradise Natural Foods specializes in healthy, plant-based foods. Dishes currently shared on their Instagram include Caribbean style pepper steak, butternut mac and cheese, and spinach mushroom lasagna. The establishment will feature groceries, plant-based grab-and-go options, a café, and nutrition classes according to their social media. The space will be located in the Love Building at 4641 Grand River Ave., Detroit.

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