CorkTown Detroit3:12 PM
Saturday Kyle and I headed down to Corktown in Detroit for part of the day. I want to explore more areas around us because we are too broke to really travel. Even though it is not nearly as old as the city of Detroit, Corktown is the oldest neighborhood in Detroit. It is named Corktown because of all the Irish immigrants in the 1840's, and by the middle of the 19th century they became the largest ethnic group settling in Detroit.
Our first stop was Mudgies! A great sandwich/soup type place inside this historic building. The place was awesome, they panted the walls a soft orange color and they sell all kinds of Michigan made products. All of their food is made fresh to order and they get all of their products from Eastern Market. I didn't take any pics of the inside, because they had a lot of patrons and I thought it would be a little rude so I just took one of the building outside, which I thought was pretty cool. We ate outside too, it was perfect in the shade.
After we ate, we decided to bum around the neighborhood a little, and Kyle found a great spot for some outfit pic shots.