Capitol Park Strolling Brunch Tours – 2020

We’ve expanded our popular food tours to Capitol Park!

Join us as we stroll and eat our way through this dynamic area of downtown Detroit, rich with history, redevelopment, and excitement.

Delish Detroit invites you to explore Capitol Park with us on foot while enjoying a progressive brunch!

Capitol Park is the triangular area of downtown Detroit loosely bound by Woodward Avenue, State Street, Washington Boulevard, and Grand River.

You will experience the revitalization of this historic part of downtown Detroit firsthand as your guide shares fun facts and stories about the history of Michigan’s first Capitol; the underground railroad; architectural gems; and new housing, retail and street art murals. Along the way, we will pop into some unique places, and visit 3 or 4 new eateries to enjoy specialty eats, which may include egg sandwiches, cheeses, biscuits, brunch pizza, veggies, fruit, noodles, sweets and more – enough food for brunch!


Tours run rain or shine! Dress for the weather!

Parking: Several convenient parking options are available within minutes of our Dessert Oasis meeting spot. Street parking spots (FREE on Sundays), the 1001 Parking Garage at State & Woodward next to Avalon Cafe & Bakery, the Griswold Parking Garage at Grand River & Griswold next to Urban Bean Co., and the surface parking lot near Cannelle Detroit.



We are pleased to be donating $1 from the sale of each Capitol Park tour ticket to Detroit Food Academy

Buy tickets online:

Sunday, April 5 Sunday, April 19 Sunday, May 3

10:30am to 1:00pm

10:15  meet inside Dessert Oasis Coffee Roasters Detroit to register and enjoy some refreshments,
1220 Griswold, Detroit 48226
               10:30 am  tour begins
Price: $35.00
*This tour is also available for private groups, call for more information*



Eastern Market “Come Hungry, Leave Happy” Strolling Brunch Tours – 2020

We’ve been doing Eastern Market tours for 15 years and it’s still a fan favorite!

Delish Detroit will stroll from shed to shed and visit specialty stores to learn about unique products, hear fun facts and history of the area, while going behind the scenes and sampling various foods. Enjoy eating locally produced pizza and pickles; fruits and veggies; nuts and sweets; specialty sausages and cheeses; authentic spinach pies and spreads, seasonal nibbles & treats, and more! We’ll get to know local growers and vendors, and taste their grown- and made-in-Michigan foods. We’ll be exploring the stunning art murals in the Market along our way, many of which were created during the last four Mural Festivals, and we will also visit an art gallery, jazz club and/or a letterpress shop. Dress for the weather; we will be inside several shops and in the market sheds on our tour, as well as walking outdoors. Tours run rain, snow or shine!

We are pleased to be donating $1 from the sale of each Eastern Market tour ticket to Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan! Every dollar buys 3 meals for struggling families in our local community.  

We offer gift certificates for this Eastern Market Experience! Available for purchase here: Gift Certificate


Buy tickets online:

Saturday, April 4 Saturday, May 16 Tuesday, June 2 Tuesday, June 6




9:30am to 12:00pm

9:15  meet inside  Rocky’s (formerly known as Rocky Peanut Company) to register,
2489 Russell Street, Detroit 48207 (across from Shed 2)
          9:30 am  tour begins
Price: $35.00

(Plan ahead, these tours fill up fast)


*Approved for 2.5 CE clock hours for social workers (Provider number: MICEC-0067). Core Learning, Inc. is an approved provider with the Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative.  For continuing education questions or grievances, please contact Core Learning, Inc. at 248-933-2673 or  For ADA accommodations, please contact Linda Yellin at 313-393-2055.

Murals in the Market Walking Tours 2020 – A Visual Feast!

Feet on the Street Tours presents Murals in the Market Walking Tours

Come Experience the brand new Murals in Eastern Market, created during the 5th Annual International Mural Festival! Building on the momentum of the last four years, vibrant public street art came to life on even more buildings all over the Eastern Market District. Experience an up close & behind the scenes look at the murals as we stroll around the District and share information about the Festival as well as the artists’ unique stories.

There is nothing like seeing these incredible large-scale works of art for yourself. You will not want to miss being among the first to see the new murals! Enjoy strolling around the Eastern Market District, experiencing some of the over 50 freshly-painted murals, as well as some murals from past years, created by artists from Detroit and all over the world, as our guides tell you the stories behind them! The Murals in the Market Festival was created and is run by 1xRUN and the Eastern Market Corporation. For a full list of the Festival’s sponsors, visit

** We are available for private, customized art tours of the murals. Call us for details and dates, and take your own private tour of the murals! **

Call us for private tours 

Maps of the murals are available to continue exploring on your own in the future – we will cover many, but certainly not all, of the 5 years of murals!  Murals Tours generally range from 1 to 2.5 hours, depending on your transportation, special requests, size of group, and budget. Tours of the murals can also be combined with other locations/elements around the City to complete your tour experience.

Enjoy hearing about the rich history of Detroit’s Eastern Market District, as well as current development, and food and art happenings in this vibrant district. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of the local food movement, entrepreneurship, community, and the arts & music scene.

On this tour, stroll to experience numerous brand-new murals, the realization of the Festival’s vision. Your docents will share the knowledge they’ve gained from the artists as they were painting their murals throughout the Festival. We will explain how this project came to be and what it means to the Eastern Market District and to Detroit.


 For more information about Murals in the Market, visit their website.