Our Detroit flagship showroom has arrived in the heart of downtown in the Albert Khan Vinton Building. Although we are in the center of the city divide, new developments in this area are bringing locals together. From one-of-a-kind dining experiences, to 20-storey murals, downtown Detroit is a city filled with vibrancy. Detroiters work hard so we can play hard - and now we can do it all in style. Next time you are visiting downtown to cheer on the Redwings or Tigers, or to enjoy an unforgettable meal at Michael Symon's Roast, stop by our showroom to find technical apparel for your real life. Our doors are open - come say hi.
-Darryl Blanding, Showroom Director
ARTIST ON THE WALL
Meet the Neighbours
Wright & Co
Wright & Co1500 Woodward Avenue
With a stunning brunch menu rivalled only by the wine and cocktail list, it is no surprise this spot is our go-to. The atmosphere is easy and Head Chef Matt Smith is a James Beard award nominee.
Townhouse Detroit500 Woodward Avenue
If you are looking for a top-notch patio, look no further. Recognized as one of Detroit’s best, this restaurant is serving up American comfort food, authentic sushi and a selection of whiskey to wash it all down.
7 Greens Detroit Salad Co.
7 Greens Detroit Salad Co.1222 Library Street
Step inside this café for a new take on the modern salad bar. This lunch is a cut above and the ingredients are always local and always fresh.
Michael Symon's Roast
Michael Symon's Roast1128 Washington Avenue
Roast is the finest steakhouse in Detroit, period. It is a staple in the local dining scene and the restaurant is located inside the historical Book Cadillac building.
Standby225 Gratiot Avenue
Head down an alley and enter through an old elevator shaft – the intrigue, combined with killer cocktails and consistent cuisine will keep you coming back.
Drought Juice719 Griswold Street
This all-female, family-owned business squeezes three pounds of raw and organic fruits and vegetables into each 16oz bottle of cold-pressed juice – drink up the vitality.
Roasting Plant660 Woodward Avenue
With coffee beans sourced from Indonesia, East Africa and the Caribbean, this roast is full of bright flavours. Opt for a coffee subscription to choose your beans and the frequency at which you would like to receive them.
Urban Bean Co.
Urban Bean Co.200 Grand River Avenue
Urban is a great spot to meet with friends or hunker down to get some work done. Not to worry if you can’t make it in, custom coffee delivery is an option – they go anywhere inside the Boulevard.
House of Pure Vin Wine Shop
House of Pure Vin Wine Shop1433 Woodward Avenue
If you think a daily wine tasting is a perk, wait until you see the in-house champagne room. This wine shop is modern with a local conscience and an international stock.
Vertical1538 Centre Street
Located in the historic Paradise Valley district in downtown Detroit, this wine bar specializes in vintages (there are over 250 selections) and serves a variety of small plates to pair.
Café D’Mongo’s Speakeasy
Café D’Mongo’s Speakeasy1439 Griswold Street
Open Friday to Sunday evenings, this French style café is a cozy weekend staple. Stop by for a drink, a healthy dose of live music and a consistently fun atmosphere.
Campus Martius Park
Campus Martius Park800 Woodward Avenue
This two-square-block district in the heart of downtown Detroit is a second home to residents in the area. There is ice skating in the winter, a beach bar in the summer and live music year-round.
Punch Bowl Social
Punch Bowl Social1331 Broadway Street
This restaurant-bar hybrid offers the best of all worlds: great food, original craft cocktails, micro-brews and the best games including bowling, darts, shuffle boards, vintage arcade games and karaoke.
Wheel House Detroit
Wheel House Detroit1340 Atwater Street
Spend your afternoon away form the hustle and bustle of the big city. Rent a bike to take a ride along the Detroit River Walk or opt for a bike tour of Detroit’s best neighbourhoods.
Woodhouse Day Spa
Woodhouse Day Spa1447 Woodward Avenue
This award-winning spa has something for everyone. Go for the signature fourhanded massage followed by the seaweed leaf pedicure and stay for the total rejuvenation.
Library Street Collective
Library Street Collective1260 Library Street
This beautiful space is dedicated to modern and contemporary fine art. The exhibitions change every three months but their dedication to showcasing local artistry remains.
David Klein Gallery
David Klein Gallery1520 Washington Avenue
With a focus on Post-War American art in a variety of mediums, this gallery showcases both emerging and established artists. Get there fast and often, exhibitions change every three months.
The Belt1234 Library Street
Named for its location in a former garment district, this alley-turned-entertainment-district showcases murals from well-known local artists.
Detroit Institute of Arts Museum
Detroit Institute of Arts Museum5200 Woodward Avenue
With an art collection that is considered amongst the top six in the United States, this institute is a serious cultural gem. Founded way back in 1885 and still very relevant today.
The Z1234 Library Street
The Z redefines parking garages, showcasing how form and function can come together to make a cohesive art destination. Pull over to enjoy more than 20 works of art throughout the 10-storey garage.