Where to Buy Groceries From Restaurants in Metro Detroit
During the pandemic, a handful of Detroit subway restaurants tried to relieve shoppers who go to busy grocery stores by providing pantries in the neighborhood. The restaurants work with vendors as well as small farms and restaurant suppliers to support Michigan’s local food system and keep people safe. Some even make it a little easier to shop for popular items like flour, eggs, and yeast.
The following is a guide to some of the restaurants that currently serve produce, meat, fish, dairy, and staples in Metro Detroit. And don’t forget to check out Eater Detroit’s guidebooks for beer, wine, coffee, and takeaway meals.
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Note: The restaurants on this map are listed geographically.