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Dangerously Delicious Pies Shuts Down 3rd Street Bar Location

Plus, updates from Wahlburgers and Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken

The Strathmore
Dangerously Delicious Pies will expand to the The Strathmore this fall.
Brenna Houck

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CASS CORRIDOR — Midtown’s favorite sweet and savory pie slinger, Dangerously Delicious Pies, has shut down its pop-up operations in 3rd Street Bar in order to focus on opening the brand’s new brick-and-mortar shop. That project is slated for the ground floor of the recently renovated Strathmore Apartment Building just a few steps away from Great Lakes Coffee. Co-owner Sam Wood tells Eater the pie shop is expected to open this fall with a similar dine-in and carryout service to the Wyandotte location. [EaterWire]

Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken under construction
Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken
Brenna Houck

CASS CORRIDOR — Nearby, Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken is rapidly taking shape. Since our last visit, the restaurant has gained awnings, tables, and chairs throughout. A banner now teases the forthcoming opening. Gus’s first Detroit location is expected to open later this month. [EaterWire]

Atomic Chicken signage
Atomic Chicken
Brenna Houck

NEW CENTER — The soon-to-open second location of chef-driving mini chain Atomic Chicken now features signage. Workers could be seen inside the restaurant today. It’s estimated that Atomic Chicken’s New Center outpost will open by late summer/early fall. [EaterWire]

GREEKTOWN — Downtown’s forthcoming Wahlburgers restaurant is now slated to open this month. The company provided an update via Facebook noting that the restaurant is receiving some final touches on its buildout and is conducting necessary staff training. [Facebook]

Atomic Chicken

6500 Woodward Avenue, , MI 48202 (313) 782-4803 Visit Website

Wahlburgers

234 North Garden, , MN 55425 (952) 854-1655 Visit Website

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