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European Bistro Featuring Tuxedoed Baristas Headed For Birmingham

The Birmingham City Commission approved licensing for a new cafe and bistro last week.

Found Objects moved out of their Merrill Street location in 2014. A new European cafe and bistro will fill the vacancy.
Found Objects moved out of their Merrill Street location in 2014. A new European cafe and bistro will fill the vacancy.
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Zharko Palushaj, general manager at Tre Monte in Troy, plans to open La Strada Dolci e Caffe, a European-style coffee shop in Birmingham, according to DBusiness.

The café is set to open in the 3,000-square-foot space that previously housed Found Objects designer clothing shop. La Strada will feature an upscale atmosphere including tuxedoed baristas, marble tabletops, and a white marble bar. The renovation comes with a hefty $300,000 price tag. The Birmingham City Commission approved Palushaj's bistro license on April 13, reports Downtown Publications.

Palushaj tells DBusiness that the 50-seat eatery will offer fresh-squeezed juices, pastries, meats and cheeses, sandwiches, pizzas, gelato, and Italian desserts in addition to specialty coffees. The owner is also pursuing a coveted liquor license for champagne and wine service.

La Strada Dolci e Caffe

243 East Merrill Street, Birmingham, MI 48009, USA

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