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Chef Takahashi Yagihashi is closing one of his acclaimed restaurants.

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.

Some Like It Hot—Looking to clear your sinuses? Megan Frye of Thrillist curated a list of Detroit's best Vietnamese restaurants-many of which happen to be in Madison Heights. Que Huong Restaurant, Pho Lucky, and Thuy Trang Restaurant make the list. [Thrillist]

Going Green—The Green Brewery Project is highlighted in a recent Second Wave Media article. The consulting firm helps local brewers improve sustainability practices while reducing costs. "What we're finding is that many breweries don't realize they can afford to be more sustainable. And that they really can't afford to be unsustainable," co-founder Jarrett Diamond says. [Second Wave Media]

Closings—Chicago's Michelin star-rated restaurant Takashi, owned by Michigan chef Takahashi Yagihashi, will close at the end of the year. The former Top Chef Masters contestant, who also owns the Slurping Turtle Noodle Bar in Ann Arbor, says, "While the restaurant has afforded me many opportunities and cherished guests, it is time that I explore the next chapter in my career." [Eater Chicago]