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Take a Peek at the Renderings for Social Sushi

The long-awaited restaurant is finally coming to life on Livernois

An exterior rendering of pop-up to permanent restaurant Social Sushi.
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.

Long-awaited Detroit restaurant Social Sushi is finally making progress towards its brick-and-mortar goals. The pop-up to permanent project today unveiled some sneak peeks on Facebook of the preliminary renderings for its Livernois Avenue restaurant.

Social Sushi has been in flux since 2014. The restaurant was originally conceived as a shipping container eatery located in Corktown’s Roosevelt Park, but rezoning the area prove challenging. Last summer, the socially-concious sushi bar confirmed that it had secured a new permanent space at 18663 Livernois in the University District.

More recently the company scored a $150,000 in interest-free loan funding during Quicken Loan’s Demo Day. According to the company’s website, the eatery is expected to arrive in 2017. In the meantime, raw fish seekers can find Social Sushi hosting pop-ups at bars around town.

The renderings feature a new mural painted by artist Jesse Kassel, hexagonal tables, and an orange and grey color palette. A long L-shaped bar and sushi bar runs along two walls. Take a peek at the proposed designs below.


Social Sushi Website [Official]

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