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Local Businesses

Woodbridge is walking distance to a rich array of Detroit’s local businesses. You can got out to eat, visit a museum or gallery, sample some locally brewed beer, and take care of all your errands without ever having to get into a car.  Below are a few of our favorites; for a full list, check out the University Cultural Center Association’s list.

ART

Live Coal Gallery

5029 Trumbull Street (313) 402-5274

info@livecoalgallery.com

Live Coal Gallery‘s mission is to foster a passion for art, community, and learning by connecting aspiring, emerging, and established artists. The museum will fulfill its mission by collecting, exhibiting, and selling the works of aspiring Detroit high school artists; providing mentoring and exhibition opportunities for emerging and established artists; creating hands-on art experiences for children and families; and, collaborating with businesses, organizations, and schools on community art projects.

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Detroit Greencycle

Detroit Greencycle, a business, owned and operated in Corktown, created solely to take your stuff to the recycling center and you compost to local gardens. And we do this in a zero emission way: we bike it there. That’s right. Come rain, shine, sleet, or snow, we will tie  a flatbed to a bike, bike to your house, get your stuff, and then head up Trumbull. We do it for a modest fee. We do it with regularity. And we do it with a smile.”

SHOPPING

BUREAU of Urban Living
460 W. Canfield 313.833.9336
www.bureauliving.com
Midtown’s modern-day urban general store — BUREAU offers an array of modern accessories for the home and office.

City Bird
460 W. Canfield 313.831.9146
www.ilovecitybird.com
Midtown’s newest store and gallery featuring Detroit-themed goods, vintage clothing, and over 50 local and regional designers and artists.

Mantra
3401 Cass / 313.657.0728
A small vintage shop featuring affordable furniture and other accessories for the home.

Utrecht Art Supplies
4501 Woodward 313.833.9616
http://www.utrechtdetroit.blogspot.com/
Provides artists with the finest canvases, acrylics and oil paints available.

 

GROCERIES

Avalon International Breads

422 W. Willis / 313.832.0008
Homemade organic breads, coffee and sweet treats.

Kim’s Produce

4206 Woodward Ave. / 313.831.1960
www.kimsproduce.com
Hollis and Kim Smith are proud to bring fresh flavor and healthy eating to the heart of Detroit’s midtown. Located right on Woodward Avenue nearby Wayne State University, Kim’s Produce is your place to go for the freshest produce around.

University Food

1131 W. Warren 313.833.0815
A full-service, full-line grocery supermarket, also offering a deli, bakery and pharmacy.

 

RESTAURANTS & BARS

Cass Café

4620 Cass / 313.831.1400
www.casscafe.com
A bar, restaurant and gallery all in one – offering soups, salads, sandwiches, entrees and vegetarian dishes.

Woodbridge Pub

5169 Trumbull Ave. / 313-833-2701
Woodbridge Pub
Enjoy slightly upscale pub grub, like unique appetizers, pasta, pizza and burgers and drink in the city scenery along with contemporary artwork by local artists.

Motor City Brewing Works & Winery

470 W. Canfield/ 313.832.2700
www.motorcitybeer.com
Enjoy a lager, glass of wine or a signature Ghettoblaster in this laid back urban atmosphere, which also hosts an in-house DJ.

Bronx Bar

4476 Second / 313.832.8464
Musicians, artists and students alike inhabit this neighborhood watering hole, known for having two of the best jukeboxes in town.