Garden City is a city of 26,000 people (2016) in Wayne County in the state of Michigan. It is part of the Metro Detroit region and is approximately 10 miles (16.1 km) west of the city of Detroit. The city was patterned after the "garden city" concept that became popular in England during the 19th century, with most home sites sectioned off into 1-acre (4,000 m²) plots to allow adequate farming area to support the family with fruit and vegetables. Most sites are now considerably smaller, some as small as 40 feet by 135 feet.
Garden City is home to the world's first K-mart at 29600 Ford Rd.
- Rock of Ages Records, 31015 Ford Rd, ☏ . Independent music/CD store, specializing in underground, punk, metal, imports, local acts. Also sell shirts, toys, decorations.
- Al Sultan Restaurant, 425 Inkster Rd, ☏ . Great authentic Middle Eastern cuisine. A great combo meal for two includes rice, hummus, fattoush, chicken shawarma, beef kabobs, chicken kabobs, falafels, grape leaves, etc. From $3 and up.
- Kitty's Restaurant (Kitty's Chop Suey), 5652 Middlebelt Rd, ☏ . Great Cantonese cuisine. The highlight of the menu is the Almond Chicken, delicious and rare, if not impossible to find in any other state. It is perfectly paired with the pork fried rice. From $5.
|Routes through Garden City|
|Ann Arbor ← Westland ←||W E||→ Dearborn Heights → Detroit|