Downtown Detroit Markets—Glass Huts, S’mores Galore, and a Bar!

. November 30, 2018.
Photo courtesy of the Daily Detroit.
Photo courtesy of the Daily Detroit.

The hugely popular Downtown Detroit Market will be bigger and better this year, with twenty new vendors in glass huts arranged along Cadillac Square and Capitol Park. In between the glass huts will be hot chocolate and s’more stations, along with an outdoor bar. A handful of shops from outside the Detroit Metro Area were invited to participate, included Ann Arbor’s own Rock Paper Scissors. Take in a redesigned winter lodge, more street decorations, and loads of food and drinks. Dan Gilbert-owned Detroit-based businesses sponsor the markets, which launched together with the city’s annual tree lighting ceremony in November The market will continue through the month of January with a goal to draw shoppers and tourists from across the region into downtown Detroit, to find a slew of new shops, restaurants, and music venues to enjoy. Free.

Through January 28, 2019 | Tuesday-Thursday: 11am-8pm, Friday 11am-9pm, Saturday 10am-10pm, Sunday 10am-7pm. Closed Monday.

Cadillac Square, Capitol Park and 1441 Woodward Ave.

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