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Where to eat Thanksgiving Dinner after the game in downtown Detroit area

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Hi,

My husband and I will be visiting a relatives for 3 days over Thanksgiving this year. Our relatives live in Monroe, but they are hoping to get 4 tickets to the Lions/Packers game and then want to eat dinner somewhere in Detroit after the game.

They said something about Greek restaurants as an idea. Does anyone have recommendations for eating a good dinner in Detroit? Greek or otherwise?

They also mentioned Windsor. Do they have any good restaurants?

Thanks for your help! ( I guess you can tell what team we will be cheering for! Hope you won't hold this against me!)

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