Corktown is the oldest hood in Detroit and is visibly blighted by it's history. From the abandoned Michigan Central station that stands tall to the current-day field that once stood Old Tiger Stadium. It has been ground zero for a revitalization of great restaurants and cocktail bars. Go urban exploring the old buildings during the day, grab some dinner and drinks in the evening and go see some live music in one of the hoods many venues.

Two James Spirits
Local distillery and tasting room.
2445 Michigan Ave.
PJ's Lager House
Great hole-in-wall place to grab a beer(s) and watch live music.
1254 Michigan Ave.
Slow's Bar BQ
A neighborhood staple and a Detroit must do. Great food and cool ambiance. Pro tip: put your name in for a table and go next store to The Sugar Factory for a pre-dinner drink.
2138 Michigan Ave.
Gold Cash Gold
Old pawn shop, turned into a trendy and tasty cocktails and dinner place.
2100 Michigan Ave.
Old Tiger Stadium
Now a field, once the home of the Tigers from 1911 to 1999.
2121 Trumbull Ave.
Michigan Central Station
Derelict train station, abandoned years ago, towers over the neighborhood and has starred in many ruin-porn photoshoots and The Transformers movie.
2001 15th St.