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Our tour guide, Bob, did and excellent job of winding us through the streets and overviewing a bit of the history of this unique Detroit neighborhood. I feel that I got a good feel for where Corktown has been, and where it is going. Great...More
While we were in the Detroit area, we drove through Corktown, noting that it was Detroit's oldest neighbourhood. It was a Sunday afternoon so not much was open, but it is worth a visit if you want to grab a drink or food - there...More
Drove thru here after getting done touring Central Station, since it's literally right there. Quaint little area to drive or walk through. Also had came here last year for the Irish Parade, with my family.
We made this neighborhood a stop on our Detroit visit and were pleasantly surprised. Cool, trendy bars and restaurants pepper this historic district. It appears that the word is out and many more are in the works. The buildings are great to admire and the...More
I really like Detroit and seeing the place's revival is really heart warming and makes me happy and part of that revival is taking place in Corktown. Slowly the place gets a little better and nicer each time I visit and that's really great to...More
We had an air b&b here, and glad we did. Downtown was in walking distance and lots of bars, restaurants are close by. Bike rental was also convenient, and an easy ride to midtown, eastern market and the lake front. It's great to see a...More
We took a drive through cork town and it was a nice little day traveling around the areas of Detroit, I would def make sure to check it out and get out and stretch your legs and enjoy the little coffee shops / restaurants in...More