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Flowers of Vietnam Outpost Lands Inside Ford Field

Korean-fried wings, banh mi, and papaya salad for Lions fans

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Flowers of Vietnam is located inside Vernor Coney Island in southwest Detroit. The restaurant is expected to undergo renovations and expansions soon including facade upgrades and added patio seating.
Michelle and Chris Gerard

Southwest Detroit pop-up Flowers of Vietnam is slated to close soon for renovations and expansion but that’s not the only project chef George Azar has on the docket. The restaurant is also preparing to launch a new outpost inside Ford Field, according to the Detroit Free Press.

Last month it was announced that the home of the Detroit Lions would be receiving some big facility upgrades including updates to the stadium’s bars, restaurants, and clubs. The new Flowers of Vietnam satellite restaurant will be added as part of that $100 million renovation. Filling a space next to Bigalora, the outlet will offer a limited menu with Korean-fried wings, banh mi, and papaya salad.

Azar will be closing up shop on March 19 and taking time during renovations to work with the internationally lauded restaurant Noma throughout the duration of its pop-up in Tulum, Mexico. Flowers of Vietnam is expected to reopen this summer.

Flowers of Vietnam Readies Renovation, Ford Field Location [Freep]

Detroit Lions Reveal Plans to Update Ford Field Bars and Lounges [ED]

Flowers of Vietnam Closes for Renovations on March 19 [ED]

All Expansions Coverage [ED]

Ford Field

2000 Brush Street, , MI 48226 (313) 262-2000 Visit Website

Flowers of Vietnam

4440 Vernor Highway, , MI 48209 (313) 554-2085 Visit Website

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