You’ve Just Checked in to Downtown Flint!



A sunny day in June is perfect for exploring Downtown Flint! Fuel up with a creamy latte and a toasted bagel sandwich at Café Rhema, where you will find comfy seating and lively conversation. Next, head on down Court Street to Totem Books and browse their wide selection of art, books, music and more. Strolling by the Flint Farmers’ Market, the explosion of colorful flowers and fresh produce will tantalize your senses. Art lovers may want to meander over to the Flint Institute of Arts to see some amazing art collections and artifacts.


Hungry again? Pop into The Torch Bar & Grill and bite into an award-winning burger! Culture lovers will enjoy taking a step back in time at Applewood Estate, the 100-year-old family home of Charles Stewart Mott. Take a moment to relax at the UM-Flint Park for a little people-watching – and then catch a show at the spectacular Longway Planetarium, Michigan’s largest star-gazing facility. Merge, a new Asian-inspired Noodle Restaurant in town, is a good place for a refreshing, pre-dinner cocktail.


The stylish and sophisticated 501 Bar & Grill offers a variety of delicious small plates – perfect for sharing with friends. A delightful, sweet ending to the meal can be found right down the street at Flint Crêpe Company. A buttery, sugary, cinnamon crêpe hits the spot. After dark, The Whiting in Flint’s Cultural Center is the place to see some of the best of the performing arts, including Broadway shows, musical groups, comedians and more. One more stop: pop on over to Cork on Saginaw to enjoy a late-night, hand-crafted cocktail or a pour of wine.

You Liked Downtown Flint!

Make your memory last by taking a “selfie” near one of Flint’s landmarks, statues or signs. Be sure to share it with your family and friends – and tell them what a great time you had Downtown Flint!


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