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GreenSpace Café Hosts Friends and Family Previews; The Paper is Down at Dessert Oasis

Plus, more updates from Metro Detroit's coming attractions.

Dilla's Delights.
Dilla's Delights.
Brenna Houck
FERNDALE — Plant-based restaurant GreenSpace Café is beginning private friends and family previews this week, a rep tells Eater. The café will likely host several pop-up openings before debuting to the public in early December. While there's still no exact date for the restaurant yet, DROUGHT is slated to soft-open its in-house juice bar on November 16. [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN — Dilla's Delights is making slow but steady progress towards brick-and-mortar. The doughnut shop received some lighting this week, but still requires more plumbing and electrical work, as well as a counter, according to partner Michael Vanover. [EaterWire]

CASS CORRIDOR — Asian-inspired restaurant The Peterboro is beginning to host previews and recently shared some photos of the unfinished interior. Plumbing and HVAC appear to be finished. [EaterWire]

Movin' along

Posted by The Peterboro on Tuesday, November 10, 2015

DOWNTOWN — The paper is down at forthcoming Capitol Park café Dessert Oasis. Tables and chairs are assembled against the windows. Last week, co-owner Nathan Hamood confirmed to Eater hat the shop would open this month. [EaterWire]

LAKE ORION — Royal Oak restaurant Lockhart's BBQ is closing-in on an opening date for its new Lake Orion outpost. Signage is up and the interior appears to be nearly finished. [Facebook]

Lockhart's BBQ - Lake Orion is opening soon!

Posted by Lockhart's Bbq Lake Orion on Monday, November 9, 2015

Lockhart's BBQ

202 E 3rd St, Royal Oak, MI 48067 (248) 584-4227 Visit Website

Dilla's Delights

242 John R Street, , MI 48226 (313) 346-3771 Visit Website

The Peterboro

420 Peterboro Street, , MI 48201 (313) 833-1111 Visit Website

DROUGHT

719 Griswold #110, Detroit, MI (313) 285-2393 Visit Website

Dessert Oasis Coffee

1214 Griswold Street, Detroit, MI

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