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Best things to do in Woodbridge, Detroit

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Pub
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“Good food and neighborhood feel. Monday nights are Vinyl nights with great music, dancing. ”
17local recommendations
Pizza Place
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“MY ALL TIME FAVORITE BEST PIZZA EVER. I'm not kidding. I could live off of this for the rest of my life. Vegan + gf options, too! ”
8local recommendations
Bar
“Great people, food, drinks if you want to watch a sports game or chat with locals. Very friendly!”
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Café
“Neighborhood coffeehouse with open-mike nights serving espresso drinks, tea & pastries in cozy digs.”
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Off-Licence
“The closest place to walk and buy your pregame booze. They even have a fairly good collection of craft beer and wine.”
2local recommendations
Neighbourhood
“A pub by the neighborhood, for the neighborhood (but they welcome visitors!). Stop by this place to (usually) escape the crowds. While you are in Woodbridge, check out the nice tree lined streets that make up the neighborhood (Commonwealth & Avery).”
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Restaurant
“This Coney Island may not be the best and be a bit overpriced, but you won't car when you are heading back to Woodbridge at 3 in the morning and have the munchies. Drive Thru is 24/7.”
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Japanese Restaurant
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Restaurant
“They have an awesome middle eastern Brunch Buffet on Sundays, and they take out is good and affordable too.”
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Park
“New park that includes space for children to play, a dog park and many special events in the summer - like movie nights!”
2local recommendations
Grocery Store
“Independent grocery store that's great to have less than 5 minutes away by car”
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Point of Interest
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Point of Interest
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Route
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Bus Station
“This is the closest bus stop to take you Downtown. A trip is $1.50 and takes about 25 min without traffic to get to the Rosa Parks Transit Center downtown.”
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