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WHERE TO DINE:
On-site Restaurants & Lounges
- Volt (American cuisine), open for lunch, dinner, and late night snacks
- Forty-Two Degrees North (American cuisine), open for breakfast, lunch, dinner
- Coach Insignia (steakhouse, fish, pasta), located on the top floor, open for lunch and dinner
- Andiamo Riverfront (Italian fare), open for lunch and dinner
- Joe Muer Seafood (seafood/raw bar/sushi bar), open for lunch and dinner
- Potbelly Sandwich Works, open for lunch and dinner, located on Level 1 of Tower 300
- Presto Gourmet Deli (Andiamo’s carryout cafe), open for breakfast and lunch
- Courtyard Café (casual dining), in the Courtyard by Marriott, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner
- Anton’s Breakfast and Deli (diner/deli), in the Courtyard by Marriott, open for breakfast and lunch
- Starbucks (coffee and snacks), located on Level 1 of the Detroit Marriott
- Tim Horton’s (coffee and snacks), located in the Courtyard by Marriott
- Coffee Beanery (coffee and snacks), located on Level 1 of Tower 300
- Au Bon Pain (deli and bakery), located on Level 2 of Tower 100, next to the post office
- Calumets Market & Spirits (convenience store), located on Level 1 of Tower 300
- CVS Pharmacy (convenience store), located on Level 2 of Tower 200
Stop by the food court, located in the lower level below the GM Wintergarden, for a convenient meal. The food court features: Andiamo’s Pizza Pie Co., Burger King, Coney Town, Fish City, Gyroland, McDonald’s, Salsarita’s Fresh Cantina, Subway, That Sandwich Place, Zoup and other popular eateries.
Metro Detroit is home to some of the finest restaurants in the country. From four-star to casual dining, delegates can enjoy nearly every type of cuisine, including German, Italian, Greek, Soul Food and more! Stop by the Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau Information Kiosk, located near the hotel lobby on level 3, to see menus for area restaurants or for assistance in making a dinner reservation. Also available will be discounts and coupons for downtown restaurants and attractions, Detroit visitor guides and maps.
To partake of great dining or entertainment in the Downtown District, the People Mover offers a low-cost, convenient transit option. A list of schedules and other stops is available at each People Mover depot and at hotels where MTA has room blocks, as well as at the Detroit Metro CVB kiosk.