Auto restaurants, inns, and shopping

Chick Inn Drive-In
Since 1954, guys and dolls alike have cruised in to enjoy some of the best chicken and shakes around�

Irish Hills Dairy Bar
What goes better with ice cream than a choice of more than 50 toppings?...

Ortonville A&W Drive-In
Good old fashioned, ice cold, A&W root beer is on tap at this drive-in�

Renaissance Center
The Renaissance Center is the global headquarters for General Motors and is the tallest building in Michigan.

The Bomber Restaurant
Come hungry - this historic restaurant is famous for its B-24 Bomber sized breakfasts and burgers�

The Clinton Inn
Step back in time to the era of stage coaches as you enjoy good food and lodging in this Inn along historic US12.

The Dearborn Inn
Enjoy fine accommodations at the world's first airport hotel designed by none other than Henry Ford...

The English Inn
Spend a restful evening or two at an elegant bed and breakfast where time stands still...

The Inn on Ferry Street
Located in the heart of Detroit's Cultural Center, each room, in the four beautifully restored 19th century mansions offers an invitation to sit back, relax and enjoy�

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Story of the Week:

Published: 10.24.2016
The 1930-era Cord models were a simplicity of great auto design
By Robert Tate, Automotive Historian and Researcher
Images courtesy of the National Automotive History Collection

The short-lived Cord models from Auburn Automobile Co., stand as some of the most stylistic and innovative models from the era.

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