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Addison Eatery Reveals What’s Behind the Paper and more

Two restaurants and one brewery are nearing completion.

Brenna Houck
Brenna Houck is a Cities Manager for the Eater network. She previously edited Eater Detroit and reported for Eater. You can follow her on the internet at @brennahouck.

1) Brush Park: Addison Eatery isn't opened yet, but the Brush Park restaurant located along the pile of rubble that is Woodward Avenue appears to be very near completion. The concept, by Hudson Café owner Maurice Wiggins, prematurely announced an early October 9 opening date, but that has since been reset to a more flexible fall timeline. The Atlas Global Bistro sign that once adorned the building has finally been removed along with the window paper, revealing an assemblage of tables and sleek, clear plastic chairs.

2) Sherwood Forest: The Avenue of Fashion on Livernois is in the midst of a halting revitalization, with several new restaurants on the way. Kuzzo's Chicken & Waffles, owned by professional football player Ron Bartell, looks like it could open any day. The wood-finished exterior is complete. Now if they could just create a website...

3) Corktown: Hatch Detroit winner Batch Brewing Company has gone through some trials to in its journey to opening day, but things are finally looking up. Outside, the nanobrewery has a snazzy new logo and in a timely Facebook update the company announced indoor painting is finally complete, and furniture will be finished this week, as well as a concrete patio. Equipment will be delivered next week. While you wait for an opening date, check out Batch's collaboration brew with Greenbush Brewing Company, 2BIGGIE, on tap for Michigan Beer Week tomorrow at Slows Bar BQ.

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