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The Lark Hosts Russian Feast; Liquor Control Commission Considers Self-Serve Booze

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Atwater Beer.
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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.

EventWire—The Lark is hosting their 32nd Annual Russian Feast on February 23 and February 24. One of the most popular theme dinners offered at the West Bloomfield restaurant, the dinner showcases caviar, vodka and a hefty $145 price tag. [EaterWire]

Classes—Last week Dr. Sushi hosted a DIY Rolling Workshop at Great Lakes Culinary Center. It was a sellout event, so the pop-up chef decided to bring it back for a second round from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on April 9. The price in $40 and includes the cost of supplies and ingredients. [EaterWire]

Paczki Mania—Have you ordered your paczki yet? Take the poll and drop us a note in the comments or the tipline mentioning your favorite paczki bakery, Paczki Day event, or memory. [EaterWire]

Beer Here—Atwater Brewery is expanding in Detroit and beyond this year. CEO Mark Reith tells Model D the company is building a location in Austin, Texas, and plans to build a third location in North Carolina next year. The company is already working on their new line of spirits but is releasing a Detroit Dry Cider brand later this year. [Model D]

Booze News—Could self-serve beer be the next step in the evolution of Michigan's bar scene? The state Liquor Control Commission is proposing a rule change that would allow Michigan restaurants, bars, and casinos to install self-serve spigots. [Detroit News]

Great Lakes Culinary Center

, Southfield, MI (248) 286-3100

The Lark

685 Market Street, , CA 94105 (415) 952-7504 Visit Website

Atwater Brewery

237 Jos Campau, , MI 48207 (313) 877-9205 Visit Website