This March, Detroit’s Eastern Market welcomed a cool little place to its neighborhood. It’s the art gallery, performance space and café, Trinosophes. The venue’s vintage-style café is getting a lot of attention due to its earthy, crafty, cozy atmosphere and a menu offering American and Indian fare at affordable prices (as in, nothing costs more than $10).
Heartier options include the Moroccan lamb tagine, which is a citrus curry with potatoes, onions and garlic. They also offer a vegetable-based Thai coconut curry featuring non-dairy coconut milk, chickpeas, an array of spices and basmati rice. Although the rotating menu changes on a daily basis, some recurring favorites include assorted tapas, a roasted beet salad with goat cheese, and eggs Benedict with a side of potatoes.
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