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Grab a bite with a side of history at this Detroit bar
The North American International Detroit Auto Show opens to the public this weekend, and many people will be flocking to Detroit. After looking at all the latest and greatest cars, you may be wanting to sit down and grab a bite to eat.
The Grand Trunk Pub in Detroit
Ever wanted to tip back a cocktail in a cavernous space rich with railroad history? At the Grand Trunk Pub in Detroit, partake in the golden age of train travel by imbibing a drink or two in the former ticket office of the Grand Trunk Railway, a company that, in its heyday, traversed two Canadian provinces and six states, including Michigan.
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Timothy Tharp owns the bar and took it over in 2007, dedicating it to his father's legacy and Detroit. It was previously a Traub Brothers Jewelry Store, a ticket station for the Grand Trunk Railroad, Metropole Bar and Foran's Irish Pub.
This Restaurant In Detroit Used To Be A Railway Station And You'll Want To Visit
There's something utterly magical about stepping into a former railway station. After all, it's easy to imagine the decades of travelers who made their way through this spot, each embarking on some sort of unique adventure. There's an incredible restaurant here in the Motor City where you can dine in one such former station, and you'll surely want to visit.
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Timothy Tharp has owned businesses in Detroit long enough to remember when parts of downtown resembled a ghost town. He's also seen its resurgence with new restaurants, hotels and throngs of people since the city's emergence from bankruptcy.