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Green Dot Stables Gallops Into Lansing on Thursday

The Detroit slider spot is expanding to a third location

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Sliders from Green Dot Stables.
Michelle and Chris Gerard

Detroit slider spot Green Dot Stables is set to debut in Lansing at 5 p.m. on December 14. The restaurant announced the official opening date on Wednesday evening on its Facebook account.

InLaws Hospitality — which operates several popular restaurants around Detroit including Green Dot Stables, The Huron Room, and Johnny Noodle Kingpurchased Lansing’s former Whiskey Barrel Saloon at 410 S. Clippert St. last fall. At 12,000-square-feet, the sprawling location will be nearly three times the size of the original outpost in Detroit.

This will be the third location for the casual, horse racing-themed restaurant that’s known for its creative sliders and wallet-friendly cocktails. The small company helped overseas investors open a second location in the rather unexpected locale of Malaysia in 2015.

The Lansing menu should feel familiar to customers who’ve visited the Detroit restaurant with options like Kentucky-style hot brown, corned beef, and rotating “mystery meat” sliders. However, there are a few options that are special to the Lansing spot such as prime rib and lamb vindaloo sliders. Prices are still comfortably set at $3 or less per item.

We are so pleased to announce the Grand Opening of our Lansing store will be this Thursday, December 14 at 5 PM! From...

Posted by Green Dot Stables on Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Green Dot Stables Lansing is located at 410 S. Clippert St.; open from 11 a.m. to midnight Monday through Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday through Saturday, and noon to 10 p.m. on Sunday; 517-574-4214. Website.

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The Huron Room

2547 Bagley St, Detroit, MI 48216 (313) 265-3325 Visit Website

Green Dot Stables

410 South Clippert Street, , MI 48912 (517) 574-4214 Visit Website

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