DXF Challenge - Weekly Recap (July 23rd - July 29th)

The DXF Challenge is our way to inspire Detroiters to experience the bars, restaurants & cafes on our DXF’s checklists through Instagram! Every time a challenger visits a bar or restaurant, they tag @WeKnowDetroit with a picture of them enjoying something delicious, using the hashtag #DXFChallenge. And you can too!

Here’s our #DXFChallenge weekly recap, featuring some of the latest stops from this week’s  top 10 #DXFChallengers!

Great shot at Taqueira El Rey, Kelsey! That chicken didn’t stand a chance!

Eric’s got a nice plate of leafy greens here at Central Kitchen & Bar!

@weknowdetroit #DXFchallenge #22

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Lobster rolls, sunshine and a cool cocktail at Mudgie’s!

Lobster Rolls! @weknowdetroit #dxfchallenge

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Week 4 #DXFChallenge Winner, Lindsay, couldn’t resist the tots at Mercury Burger Bar...but we’re happy she saved a few for a friend!

Go to Mercury Bar. Eat ALL the tots. #dxfchallenge (Stop 15) @weknowdetroit

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Lava wings and a live show? Count us in! A cool Thursday night at Northern Lights Lounge.

Funk Jazz + Lava Wings + Friends = a good way to spend a Thursday night @WeKnowDetroit #DXFchallenge

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A quick slice at Niki’s Pizza in Detroit's Greektown.

Favorite pizza in the city #livedetroit #eatdetroit #dinedetroit #dxfchallenge @weknowdetroit

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A cool brew on a hot summer day via Corktown’s Batch Brewing Company.

A nice spread at Hard Rock Cafe!

Hard Rock Cafe! #dxfchallenge

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Another stop for Lobster Rolls at Mudgie’s!

Lobster Roll week FTW @weknowdetroit @mudgies313 #fat #gainz #newdiet #Dxfchallenge

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If you want a real fish and chips dinner, you must try Scotty Simpson’s Fish & Chips. A quick tour stop on Detroit’s westside did just that!