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All reviews people mover monroe street pastry shop greek restaurant saganaki golden fleece baklava fun area flaming cheese pizza papalis police presence nice casino walk around across the street ford field comerica park pegasus
A few events happen over there. It is quite sad that during big events; policy raise the prices , do not expect any receipts... Greek style payments. In some cafe bars Saturday night extra 20$ charge.... honestly???? For what? Really a big disappointment. Food might...More
I think my expectations were probably too high. I was somewhat disappointed by my Greektown experience. The area is a little grungy. It is packed with restaurants, bars and clubs. It is very busy during the weekends and is considered by many to be the...More
We were here toward the evening, and there were quite a few people, but we were able to get a table at any bar or restaurant without a wait Might be geared toward the younger crowd, but a cool place to go.
Were looking for some Greek food, maybe a take away place to get Gyros. Instead, the area now is just bars and restaurants that appears to cater to a younger crowd. Absolutely nothing wrong with that, but it is most definitely not Greektown anymore. Found...More
It’s impressive how the casino area in Detroit has significantly improved the downtown area. All the casinos are well-managed and put together and are a fun and different place to visit while in the city. Do not miss them. Plus it’s a very safe area...More
I spent my youth in Detroit, and a favorite pastime was going to Greektown. Such a bustling and vibrant area, the aromas of foods being prepared permeated the air as you walked. Of course, New Hellas was our favorite...now long gone. In 2019, there is...More
Greektown is actually about a 28 minute walk from the MGM. You can shave off several minutes by getting on the People Mover (Times Square stop is the closest to the MGM). The People Mover drops you off at the Greektown exit... More
Greektown is actually about a 28 minute walk from the MGM. You can shave off several minutes by getting on the People Mover (Times Square stop is the closest to the MGM). The People Mover drops you off at the Greektown exit, immediately entering the Greektown Casino, for 75 cents per person, per ride.
The trip back on the People Mover is even more scenic going by the Detroit River, with a quick view of Windsor, Canada.