Detroit has been having a bit of a moment in the food scene as of late, which is helping to spread the word that there’s a lot more to this town than its greasy spoon Coney Island diners. Culinary influences here are diverse: from the city’s early French Canadian settlers to its Southern-inspired comfort food brought by the Great Migration to its huge Arab-American population. The combination means that there’s a variety of breakfast cuisines represented all over town, from red velvet waffles to foul madamas. Whether you’re vying for a seat in a nationally-ranked eatery or looking for that little-known true “Detroit” experience, you’re bound to find just what you need to satiate your Motor City appetite. | Read more here.