Detriot is so sprawling, it doesn't always have that distinct metro feel, but this new restaurant in Michigan has the best view of the riverfront that will leave you with no doubt of this place's city status.\nThe Renaissance Center downtown is home to GM's headquarters and also happens to be the tallest building in Michigan at 727 feet. Imagine being at the top and getting a sweeping sight of Detroit's cityscape.\nIf you're already drooling over these potential views, then you're in luck because they just opened three new bars and restaurants at the very tippy top.\nAlthough these three spots are on the same floor, they have different personalities, depending on what you're looking for.\nWhen you step out of the elevator on the 71st floor, you'll run into High Bar first. It's a pretty intimate space with a menu that focuses on craft cocktails and high-end whiskeys from around the world.\nThe decor is modern and sleek, with a comfortable atmosphere. The chairs and booths are a deep navy, surrounded by wooden cabinets containing some very enticing alcohols.\nFind wine and steak with a view at this new high-rise restaurant in Detroit https://t.co/dwCEHY8hwe pic.twitter.com/Oy9GbfHqEd\n— Eater Detroit (@EaterDetroit) December 7, 2019\nThe 360 views of Detroit are an unbelievable bonus of their own; you can even see Windsor twinkling across the river.\nView this post on Instagram Not a bad view from my station A post shared by philisonn (@philisonn) on Dec 7, 2019 at 12:26pm PST\nTo the left of High Bar is Hearth 71 — which has a more rustic vibe.\nThe website states that they're "a celebration of open-fire cooking, craft beer, and rock ‘n’ roll." This is the eatery for someone looking to be cozy while having a more relaxed meal with a breathtaking view of the entire city.\nHearth 71 does not take reservations which adds to their cozy, casual atmosphere.\nJust beyond High Bar lies the real culinary star of the show, Highlands Steakhouse. Options like wagyu beef tartare and oysters are probably exactly what you'd imagine you'd eat with a view this luxurious.\nView this post on Instagram opening week of the @highlandsdet did not disappoint! from the views of our beautiful city, the wine, signature cocktails and of course, the incredible menu! please do yourself a favor and go 71 floors up in the Ren Cen. A post shared by Katrina King Peterson (@klkpete) on Dec 1, 2019 at 1:36pm PST\nReservations are available for the Highlands Restaurant and can be made on their website here.\nView this post on Instagram That magic that happens every night @highlandsdet #detroitskyline #sunset 📷: @queenscourt A post shared by Highlands (@highlandsdet) on Dec 12, 2019 at 6:41am PST\nIf you've been looking for a new place to get tipsy and drink in the most beautiful views of Detroit, this place is definitely worth checking out.\nIf you're looking for more dreamy bars, this is secret speakeasy is one of the most Instagrammable in the city or check out this restaurant that serves Faygo ice cream and takes you back to the most Michigander childhood feels ever.\nHidden High Bar, Highlands Steakhouse, and Hearth 71\nPrice: 💸💸 - 💸💸💸\nAddress: 71st floor at 400 Renaissance Center, Suite 2500, Detroit, MI \nWhy You Need To Go: There's no better place to get drinks with a view in Detroit. All-new hidden spaces with a vintage-luxe feel, city views, delicious meals, and cocktails.\nWebsite\n\n\nThere are stories everywhere! If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityUSA on Facebook and Instagram.