Welcome to the Plywood Report, a roundup of all the latest intel on Detroit’s and metro Detroit’s coming restaurant attractions.
DOWNTOWN — The renovated Detroit Club is readying for its arrival in downtown in this complete with an open-to-the-public restaurant on the ground floor dubbed the Grille Room. The 64-seat restaurant is set to debut on January 22 for lunch and dinner. Along with the food, the restaurant will feature a full bar and a 2,500-bottle deep wine cellar. To make a reservation call 313-338-3222. [Detroit News]
HAMTRAMCK — Vegetarian food truck the Nosh Pit is preparing to go brick-and-mortar in the former Yemans Street pop-up restaurant building. The new eatery was previously slated to debut on January 17. However, “paperwork issues” have pushed back the launch to February. In the meantime, the restaurant will be hosting a preview for the local vegan community. When it opens in February, Nosh Pit will feature baked goods from Ferndale’s Safflower Street. Nosh Pit intends to continue operating its food truck and catering in addition to the restaurant. [Facebook/EaterWire]