|Originally posted by edubbz |
some good insight has been given tho, and i will give credit. that moodyman party does look interesting, very interesting, in fact. I'm thinking about hitting that up. also, the casino is a quite a distance and for what you'll be dishing out for cabs daily to/from the festival and afters would be equivalent to staying somewhere a lot closer, nicer and more comfy.
now, to say that greektown food is terrible..i disagree. i must state, i only ate there once (you can say that's not enough to argue its the best)..however, it was by far the most enjoyable meal i had while there. not to mention, there are a lot of places to choose from as well. btw..how you going to say greektown is terrible and than suggest five guys? srsly lol I'm not hating on five guys bc yes its good but certainly not any better than the servings at greektown. but hey, to each their own..some ppl prefer a greasy burger w/ fries.
It really depends on what you're looking for... If you're looking for quality, you're not going to find it in Greektown. From what I've found in that neighbourhood, the food is mediocre at best, what you find in the area is more for the average american tourist. Like I said earlier, there are a lot of local restaurants outside of Greektown that are great, use products from local farms, ethnic menus etc. If you're cool with a big mac, meh pizza or Fauxican you'll be fine, but I like to think NYers have higher standards for their food
|Originally posted by yumpop |
Five Guys is the only ok thing in Greektown and when you come from NY with Greek food that is good you are better off saving yourself the trip
Agree 100%. I can eat better in Astoria than Detroit for sure.
Also I'd like to add for those interested that GSHC had an "Early as fuck" presale of tickets for Shit Show (which was sold out almost immediately).