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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.

After what might be Detroit's longest restaurant build-out, The Broderick Grille is poised for a March debut. First announced back in 2011, the restaurant has been showing signs of life for the past few weeks, removing paper from the windows and reviving its social media accounts.

As DBusiness reports the 150-seat restaurant located on the ground floor of the David Broderick Tower will debut Tuesday with an American menu by chef David Parker (formerly Chandler's, Bar Harbor, and Roast). Offerings include mac and cheese croquettes, pasta, pork chops, and Mexican-style hanger steak. The menu is expected to expand over the next several weeks.

Along with the Grille, a tap room featuring 38 craft beers is slated to debut in June with a wine bar called La Cave to follow this fall. Building owner Michael Higgins is also planning renovations of the Leland House, which will include retail and a night club.

The Broderick Grille

1570 Woodward Ave, Detroit, Mi Visit Website