Addison Eatery will be arriving soon in the space that used to be Atlas Global Bistro, according to Curbed Detroit. The restaurant is owned by Maurice Wiggins, owner of The Hudson Café, and it should feature a full bar and be open in a month or so.
As for cuisine, expect some Hudson Café classics, and some new favorites. The restaurant will focus on breakfast and lunch, with dinner served Thursday through Sunday, according to an article in American Way:
"We open at 7 for breakfast with dishes like eggs Benedict, salmon croquettes and bananas Foster waffles. For lunch, it's Maurice Salad, Michigan dried-cherry salad, funnel-cake fries and homemade soups like split pea. We will open for dinner Thursday through Sunday with honey-glazed pork chops with sweet potato soufflé and asparagus. It's American cuisine with a touch of soul. We want to help reshape the downtown Detroit restaurant scene one dish at a time."
The restaurant was originally supposed to open in March, with Restaurant 55, in the Renaissance Center, anticipated for June. As is usual for Detroit, it seems that everything has been pushed back.
· New Restaurant Leases Atlas Global Bistro's Old Spot, Plans to Open ASAP [Curbed Detroit]
· Maurice Wiggins Cooks Up A Tasty Plan [American Way]
· Hudson Cafe Owner Opening Two New Restaurants [-ED-]