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Craft Work's New Menu Items; Repeal Day Party; and more.

Menu updates, Belgian beer, and an old fashioned Repeal Day party.

Craft Work has added three new items to the menu.
Craft Work has added three new items to the menu.
Courtesy of Hugh Yaro
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Menu Updates—Craft Work has added three new additions to the menu. The items include two sandwiches: a vegetarian portobello panino and a croquet monsieur served on challah with gruyere, mornay sauce, Dijon, and Leoncini ham. Yaro and chef Matt Dalton are also introducing a Colorado lamb chop entrée made with cranberries, couscous, and mint. [EaterWire]

Old World—Drink like your in Bruges at the North American Belgian Beer Festival on February 7, 2015. Held in nearby Westland, the festival will host some of the finest Belgian brewers all under one roofTickets have already sold-out for the VIP, but sale on general admission lasts through New Year's. Cheers! [EaterWire]

No Prohibitions—On a glorious winter day in 1933, Prohibition finally ended and spirits flowed freely in America once again. In honor of that momentous event, The Sugar House is remembering the December 5 anniversary with a Repeal Day celebration in the Havana, Cuba fashion. Dress in a fedora and join the party. [EaterWire]

The Sugar House

2130 Michigan Avenue, , MI 48216 (313) 962-0123 Visit Website

Craft Work

8047 Agnes Street, , MI 48214 (313) 469-0976 Visit Website