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Usher Orders Carryout at Jolly Pumpkin, Bacco's Anniversary Menu, and More Intel

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SPORTS — Detroit City FC's season kicks off today in the newly acquired Keyworth Stadium. Of, course minor league soccer is also prime time to partake in concessions. Food trucks offering items from Royal Kabob and Srodek's as well as El Guapo and Slow's 2 Go will be parked at Keyworth. [Freep]

STARWATCH — In addition to POTUS, Jolly Pumpkin can now count Usher among its list of customers. Stephanie Steinberg rumormongers that the singer worked up an appetite after his whirlwind Instagram tour of Eastern Market. He dropped by the Cass Corridor pizzeria on Tuesday night for carryout — ordering Brussels salad, zucchini parmesan sandwiches, a fried chicken sandwich, truffle fries, artichoke sandwiches sans bread, and a spinach and artichoke pizza (he wasn't alone) — and tried some beers including the Madrugada Obscura. [Detroit News]

NEWS — Pardon me do you happen to have any Grey Poupon? Pretty soon Michigan will be able to say it has all of the Kraft Heinz brand mustard. The company is moving to produce all of its Grey Poupon in Holland, a project which is expected to generate $17.2 million in private investment. [Freep]

MENU PORN — Every year on its anniversary Bacco Ristorante does something special for customers. This year is no different. To mark its 14th year in the biz the restaurant is offering a three-course menu for $34. Stop in for a try it out between May 23 and May 27. [EaterWire]

Bacco Ristorante Anniversary Menu

Royal Kabob

3236 Caniff Street, , MI 48212 (313) 872-9456 Visit Website

Jolly Pumpkin Pizzeria & Brewery

441 West Canfield Street, , MI 48201 (313) 262-6115 Visit Website

Bacco

29410 Northwestern Highway, , MI 48034 (248) 356-6600 Visit Website

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