What better way to get a lesson on Detroit techno by stopping by the World's only techno Museum then getting the chance to buy great records and on some occasions, meet the producers of the records. Also it's the world's largest free jazz fest! VICE Elsewhere.
Going to Buddy's Pizza on Detroit's east side. More VICE. If you know techno then you know Underground Resistance. Best time to stock your fridge, pantry and wine racks. It's the World's oldest operating Jazz Club. They're arriving in Australia this week for Underground Resistance Presents Timeline Live , a journey "through the musical mazes of Detroit, between jazz and techno, between the past and the future. With top local and international Jazz artists performing Labor Day Weekend.
It's Vanilla ice cream mixed with Vernors Pop , a ginger flavored pop. Go to either Lafayette or American Coney Island.
Newsletters are the new newsletters. In the summer you have to have a Boston Cooler. Started by Jeff Mills and Mike Banks in the 1980s, UR is the heart, soul, conscience and consciousness of Detroit's influential techno scene. Although tourists love to visit the Motown Museum , United Sound also has a very rich history and is just as amazing to visit. Making a stop at Dutch Girl Donuts regardless of the time of day. Although Buddy's has multiple locations, this one being the original location has the best square pizza you'll ever taste.
The founder, James Vernor, was a Detroiter. Sunday nights however, you see Detroit's finest and worst coming out to enjoy a night out. We Love our Coney Islands and chips and pop. Here's some top travel tips courtesy of UR for your next visit to the Motor City. Spending a day at the Detroit International Jazz Fest.
Floods is known for live entertainment nightly and also for its great soul food. Visit Floods Bar and Grill on a Sunday night. Ranging from 21 to 91, literally!!! Shopping at the Eastern Market on a Saturday Morning.