Early dinner at Twingo’s

My husband and I love finding new haunts in the city, so we have a standing date every other week at a Detroit restaurant where one or both of us has ever had a meal.

Last week, our spot of choice was Twingo’s Euro Cafe on Cass in Midtown; it was my first time there and his third, but he’d only been there for drinks on previous occasions.


I really enjoyed the funky, eclectic restaurant – the service was great, the turkey sandwich I had was excellent, and my husband, who had a plain old burger, said it was the most “real hamburger” he’s had in a long time (I don’t eat red meat so I’m not totally sure what he meant by that, but I’m guessing some of you might).

Besides sandwiches, Twingo’s also has a variety of appetizers, salads, soups and entrees, most of which are European-inspired. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner; prices are moderate.

I really liked the ambiance at Twingo’s – the interior design is well-done and comfortable. It’s the kind of place you have a meal before a show or just to meet up with a group of friends for a round of drinks.

Bottom-line consensus: we both agree we would definitely eat here again.

2 Comments so far

  1. Tom (unregistered) on July 9th, 2006 @ 1:43 pm

    I live right down the street but have never been to twingos. Friday, my girlfriend and I hit up Pizzapapalis in Greektown. You can’t beat the $5.50 pitcher of Miller Lite.

  2. Jeff (unregistered) on July 9th, 2006 @ 10:53 pm

    You also can’t beat that pizza.

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