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Lady of the House Chef Kate Williams Launches Dinner Series; Yemen Cafe Moves

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Chef Kate Williams will launch a new dining series this month.
Chef Kate Williams will launch a new dining series this month.
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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 — Following a successful run of pop-ups in NYC, chef Kate Williams is returning to Detroit this month with a new dining series, Lady of the Market. Held on the third weekend of every month in the Brooklyn Outdoor Loft, the events will offer diners a 5-course preview of Williams' forthcoming restaurant in North Corktown, Lady of the House. The first dinner is scheduled for February 20. Tickets are $80. [EaterWire]

SWITCHEROOS — Hamtramck's Yemen Café has moved across the street to a bigger location and expanded its menu. [Metro Times]

EATER IDK — One of Vernor’s biggest fans lives in Troy. Collector Keith Wunderlich has cultivated a massive collection of memorabilia from the Detroit-based ginger ale company. [Metro Times]

POP-UPS — Filipino-inspired pop-up Sarap is hosting a dinner at Brooklyn Street Local on February 28. Proceeds from the event will go towards helping local pork purveyor Melo Farms purchase a new tractor. The kamayan meal — featuring lamb lumpia, deep-fried pork trotters, deep-fried pork belly, duck, and more — will be served communal-style over banana leaves without utensils. Tickets are $40. [EaterWire]