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Three New Restaurants Could Land in the Former Mitchell’s Fish Market Space

Plus, Amar Pizza is heading to Troy

A thin-crust cheese pizza on a metal tray surrounded by two plates with slices and silverware. “Coming Attractions” is written across the top of the image. Brittany Holloway-Brown/Eater

Three new restaurants could land in the former Mitchell’s Fish Market space

The owner of Birmingham’s Rojo Mexican Bistro wants to bring three dining establishments — an American restaurant called Shift, a pub called Sidecar, and a pizzeria called Slice — to the spot formerly home to Mitchell’s Fish Market, Crain’s reports. According to the proposal, both Slice and Shift would seat 120 people and Sidecar would seat around 50. All three establishments would have a small amount of outdoor seating. Mitchell’s closed in 2018.

Bengali pizza favorite relocates to Troy

Hamtramck-based ghost pepper pizza slinger Amar Pizza is relocating its second location from Fraser to a new address in Troy. There’s no date for the opening of the Troy location yet. Amar originally opened the Fraser outpost in January 2017.

Atwater axes plans for two out-of-state taprooms

The craft beer craze seems to be leveling off and Michigan brewers are acting accordingly. While some breweries such as Axel Brewing Company have shuttered, others are scrapping expansion plans. Crain’s reports that Atwater Brewery has canceled its plans for national distribution with taprooms in North Carolina and Texas. That doesn’t mean that brewery openings are slowing down though. Nain Rouge Brewery and Brewery Faisan are on track to open soon in Detroit.

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Atwater Brewery

237 Jos Campau, , MI 48207 (313) 877-9205 Visit Website

Amar Pizza

3728 Rochester Road, , MI 48083 (248) 250-6266 Visit Website

Brewery Faisan

1087 Beaufait Street, , MI 48207 (313) 290-2987 Visit Website

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