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Caucus Club Commences Sunday Brunch With Croque Madame and Bullshots

Plus, a sneak peek of Lost River Tiki Bar

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Tiki preview

Forthcoming east side tiki spot Lost River Tiki Bar is hosting a sneak preview of the new bar on Friday, April 13 to patrons with a ticket for the Freep Film Festival. Entry is allowed on a first-come, first-serve basis until the space reaches capacity. Shorts Brewing Company donated a keg of Soft Parade for the event and proceeds from each glass sold will go to support the Detroit Film Theatre. Visitors can also expect Soft Parade shandys, a handful of cocktails, and tacos from Tropic Tacos.

Martha was here

Domestic goddess Martha Stewart descended on Detroit on Monday for a visit that included a trip to the Henry hotel and a cocktail hour event at Joe Muer Seafood.

The chimney trend is alive and well in metro Detroit

It’s time to pretend like it’s warm enough for ice cream. Fans of chimneys (aka doughnut ice cream cones) can find the trendy ice cream vessels at Donut + Bar in Southfield. The popular doughnut shop also offers doughnut ice cream sandwiches.

Bullshots for brunch

The Caucus Club is launching its Sunday brunch on April 15 in downtown Detroit’s Penobscot Building. The service will run from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekly with dinner from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. On the menu, diners can expect brunch staples like bananas foster french toast, chicken and waffles, and a croque madame et monsieur. Round off the meal with a bloody mary or the restaurant’s signature New Bullshot. Reservations are available at OpenTable. Check out the menu below.

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Lost River Tiki Bar

15421 Mack Ave, Detroit, MI 48214 313-720-0673 Visit Website

Caucus Club

150 W Congress St, Detroit, MI 48226 (313) 965-4970 Visit Website

Joe Muer Seafood

400 Renaissance Center, , MI 48243 (313) 567-6837 Visit Website

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