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Trinosophes
21 locals recommend · Estimated price 1 out of 4
A local expert says
This art space/cafe serves food that was grown in Detroit in most of their artfully prepared dishes. I think they’re the best example of “farm to table,” even though that isn’t a term you hear here. During the growing season, you’ll see almost entirely Detroit-grown food on the menu. Throughout the rest of the year, it’s mostly staples that come from all around Michigan. They do brunch all week. You’ve got to try their breakfast sandwich. Their doughnuts are pretty special too.
Kate
Kate
Co-founder of Edible Hut, a community gardening space with a living edible roof, Kate lives and works at Burnside Farm, a $600 house and the surrounding lots that she turned into a hybrid garden and art space.
Location
1464 Gratiot Ave
Detroit, MI 48207
Phone+1 313-737-6606
Hours of Operation statusClosed now
Credit Cards
Yes
Outdoor Seating
No
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Tips from locals
Rachael
Rachael
April 19, 2019
Artsy cafe - good for reading a book or checking out their rotating art.
Kat
Kat
June 04, 2018
A hub for the creative class. Great place to sketch or get some writing done with primo coffee and sandwiches.
Frank
Frank
April 09, 2018
Minimalist, vegan-friendly American cafe featuring locally sourced fare, live music & art exhibits.
Bethany
Bethany
September 25, 2017
Trinosophes is the best cafe to work from if you need wifi and want to break away from the apartment. Good coffee, great food, fun music and people watching. They also feature amazing live performances on weekend nights.
Billy & Sarah
Billy & Sarah
June 07, 2017
Sweet environment near Eastern Market- good coffee, eats, etc.