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La Feria's Glowing Free Press Review; Molly Abraham Loves Birmingham's Market North End

La Feria Photography by Chris and Michelle Gerard

Hell Yeah Detroit's Shianne Nocerini reviews the Green Zebra food truck. She liked the sandwiches, and loved the soup, "Let's start out with the soup, because it caught my eye when we first walked up. Once my friend opened the lid I had a bit of potato soup envy. Perfectly crisp bacon makes me drool and there it was right on top of his soup." She notes that it's a bit pricey, but says the quality is worth it. Green Zebra is at Eastern Market on most Saturdays, and their schedule is on their website. [Hell Yeah Detroit]

Molly Abraham reviews Birmingham's new Market North End this week, and she gives it three stars out of four. She notes that the space is "It's upbeat, casual and unpretentious" and that "The menu fits the upbeat scene with its eclectic take on New American cuisine." She has positive things to say about all of the dishes, and she is pleased that the selection is "fresh and creative and doesn't read like anyone else's menu." Market North End is at 474 N. Old Woodward, Birmingham, across the street from Salvatore Scallopini and Luxe. [Detroit News]

Sylvia Rector gives her two cents on La Feria in her review this week, and she has almost nothing but nice things to say. As for the service, despite the line of people waiting for tables "we never felt rushed; service was knowledgeable and friendly, and the dishes we ordered came out as requested a few at a time." And she enjoyed the food, noting that the food is both authentic and delicious. Her recommendations? The tortilla, the pincho moruno, and the sardines, among others. [Freep]
· The Green Zebra Will Make Your Friends Green With Envy [Hell Yeah Detroit]
· Market North End Is Off To A Great Start [Detroit News]
· La Feria Brings Authentic Tapas to Midtown [Freep]

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