Downtown Detroit Hotspots – Eric Larson

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Eric LarsonCEO, Downtown Detroit Partnership 

EAT: A burrito from one of the food trucks during Downtown Street Eats in Cadillac Square or Woodward Esplanade.

DRINK: A delightful glass of red wine at The Royce Detroit. Ask for a recommendation.

ENTERTAINMENT: Detroit Opera for a show. Excited to see “Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations” now on stage.

EAT: Coconut macaroon at Astoria Pastry Shop. Owned and operated by the Teftsis family since 1971.

ENJOY: Cigar at La Casa Cigar Lounge.

DRINK: Nightcap at Spkrbox. The former Urban Bean is now an urban destination not to be missed for its drinks and its design. 

EAT: Midnight coneys at American Coney Island

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