Categories: Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
Known for its authentic restaurants, stores, and coffeehouses, Greektown provides a small slice of the Mediterranean in Detroit. Greek immigrants established the neighborhood in the 1880s, and today you can still dine on authentic spanakopita and moussaka in its restaurants. The buildings feature different Greek architectural styles, and Greek music fills the air throughout the day. Cultural festivals take place frequently. Paid parking is available on both the street and in public parking garages. To visit Greektown and get the most from your holiday in Detroit, create itinerary details personal to you using our Detroit travel itinerary planner.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
was in town visiting a friend who needed something from a nearby store... she asked me if liked Greek food and I had admit I had never tasted it. I have the most boring list of allergies which in my m... read more »
Was actually much nicer than I had thought it would be. Lots of nice food shops, nice lights, and great picture oppurtunitys. Found the best view to be from parking garage of the casino.
We started at the casino. It was clean and had smoking & non smoking options. Then off to a delicious bakery, Walburgers, & dinner at the Pegasus. It was easy to get to on the people mover. FUN!!
Unable to display map at this time. Please try again later.
Are you the owner of this business? Click here for promotion tips.