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Young Guns III at The Stand; Picnic Baskets for Belle Isle; Guns + Butter at Shinola; More

DETROIT/METRO DETROIT— We asked readers to create the list, and the answers were plentiful. Meet Detroit's 25 Most Underrated Restaurants according to Eater Detroit readers. From fine dining to total dives, this list covers the city and the burbs, highlighting the places that deserve more praise than they often receive.

BELLE ISLERose's Fine Food is opening soon on Jefferson, and they're planning to class up weekends (or weekdays) on Belle Isle quite a bit. In addition to serving local diner food and freshly baked bread, they're going to rent picnic baskets complete with a blanket, dishes, cutlery, and a delicious meal to Belle Isle visitors this summer.

FERNDALEFerndale Restaurant Week starts Monday, with tons of participating restaurants both casual and upscale. Restaurants can choose to offer breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner, for $10, $20, or $30, for one or two people. Choices choices choices...

BIRMINGHAM— The third Young Guns Dinner took place at The Stand Gastro Bistro last weekend, and it was quite the event. Get the inside scoop on who was there, what was served, and how it all went down.

SOUTHFIELDSavor Detroit, Hour Detroit's sold-out dinner series, starts next week. Chef Paul Grosz (The Stand, Cuisine) and Chef Luciano DelSignore (Bacco, Bigalora) spoke to Eater about what it was like collaborating on their menu for the event, and about the future of multi-chef dinners in Detroit.

MIDTOWNDetroit Restaurant Week started strong with another Guns + Butter pop up at Shinola. Chef Craig Lieckfelt served a beautifully curated and well executed five course meal to two seatings of around 20 guests in an intimate evening celebrating spring and Detroit.