It’s that time of year again where we honor and enjoy the excellent food available in the city of Detroit. Detroit Restaurant Week, sponsored by Quicken Loans, Shinola and Paxahau, will spotlight the best food Detroit has to offer while giving patrons deals on three-course meals. It starts tomorrow, April 11, and will continue until Sunday, April 20. Read on for more information!
Quicken Loans was proud to support the 21st annual Women’s Power Breakfast to benefit Gleaners Community Food Bank, held April 2 at their Detroit distribution center.
Opportunity Detroit is dedicated to showcasing Detroit’s gems and improving the region through thoughtful conversations with those committed to seeing Detroit’s revitalization. The show features business leaders, community advocates and everyday citizens who are enthusiastic and passionate for taking the lead in our city’s transformation.
Hey you! Paul W. Smith (WJR) and Stephen Luigi Piazza (Quicken Loans) have a lot to fill you in on, so tune into WJR-760 AM tonight at 7 p.m. to hear their weekly Opportunity Detroit radio show. The show airs every Friday and is a great place to learn about the city’s biggest movers and shakers!
Remember a few weeks ago when we showcased the art behind the Z? Didn’t it make you want to go out and brave the multiple polar vortexes that we Detroiters have encountered? No? Well me neither. Sometimes art is best viewed, critiqued and shared from your computer screen. But thanks to Library Street Collective (LSC), you can kinda sorta stay warm and witness firsthand some of the art of the Z. This Friday, LSC presents “Exhibit Z,” a group show featuring the art of the artists that created the beautiful imagery of the mammoth Z.
The Opportunity Detroit radio show features business leaders, community advocates and everyday citizens who are enthusiastic and passionate for taking the lead in our city’s transformation.
As this winter thaws out and spring comes around, it is not just nature that will regrow. Detroit is ready for a growth spurt as well. All we need from you is your support by accepting this invite and the belief that Detroit can happen again.
When I heard about the first annual Cupid’s Undie Run last year, I remember thinking, “Are these people nuts? Why in the world would anyone run outside, in their underwear, during winter?!”
Can you feel the love in the air on this Valentine’s Day? No matter your answer, we’re all fortunate because a radio show that we all love is on the air tonight! That’s right, join Paul W. Smith (WJR) and Stephen Luigi Piazza (Quicken Loans) for a Valentine’s Day edition of the Opportunity Detroit radio show.
If you work in downtown Detroit and like to eat out, you’ve probably eaten everywhere within a one-block radius of Campus Martius. But venture outside the downtown business district, and you’ll discover new flavors, foods and maybe even a new favorite place to eat. Detroit’s growing, experimental food scene has launched a flurry of pop-ups, food trucks and new restaurants in the last year. Here are four restaurants you must try in Detroit.