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New Microdistillery for Wyandotte; Interior Demolition Begins at Mabel Gray Diner Site

Also, updates on La Noria, Treat Dreams, and Bucharest.

The brick facade at La Noria was recently completed. Renovations continue inside.
The brick facade at La Noria was recently completed. Renovations continue inside.
Brenna Houck
HAZEL PARK — The teardown at the site of James Rigato's new restaurant Mabel Gray began today. Yesterday there were red and white vinyl seats tables and a red bar, today walls have been torn down, booths removed, and the bar is history.

MIDTOWN — Work on the Treat Dreams second location commenced today at 4:24 a.m. Scott Moloney revealed in March that he hopes to get the ice cream shop up and running by the end of this month.

SOUTHWEST — Inside La Noria is making slow but steady progress, with new structures added to the West-facing wall. The restaurant also completed much of its exterior brick work.

MILWAUKEE JUNCTION — Bucharest finally confirmed the new location that everyone's known about for months and received a lot of positive feedback from fans. In the comments, the owners say they're looking at opportunities to open other locations.

WYANDOTTE — A former nightclub is being transformed into a microdistillery, reports the News-Herald. Lost Lake Distillery is scheduled to open in late summer with a nautical-themed tasting room decorated with reclaimed wood.

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