How many restaurants can you name that make their own bread, ice cream, cheese and beer? Just south of Wayne State University in midtown Detroit, this two-level eatery grows ingredients on its rooftop garden and has an observation balcony so the curious can see how the beer is brewed (spoiler alert: following the traditional footsteps of Belgian monks, TJ’s makes its beer and cheese using the same equipment). Staples to order are the portobello mushroom soup, deep-fried pickles and the Carlotta Chocolatta Ice Cream Cheesecake, which comes sprinkled with ground espresso and can’t be finished alone. If it’s still light out, the Lincoln Street Art Park, a former lot turned into a public sculpture garden surrounded by colorful murals, is less than 10 minutes away by car. Closer still: Shinola is basically next door.