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Downtown Soft Serve Window Will Start Slinging Steaming Cups of Broth

Huddle is collaborating with Johnny Noodle King to serve cups of warm pork, chicken, and vegetarian broth this winter

a white walk-up window for Huddle with red and yellow signs and menus
The walk-up window is trading ice cream cones for broth bowls.
Huddle [Courtesy photo]

The Huddle soft serve stand with its swirly ice cream cones and colorful sprinkles has been a wonderful departure from the strangeness of 2020. But now that the weather is getting colder, the downtown Detroit walk-up window is preparing to shake things up for winter by trading frozen treats for hot broth.

Beginning Sunday, November 1, Huddle will begin serving broth prepared in collaboration with Southwest Detroit’s Johnny Noodle King. The broth bowls will be available through the end of February 2021, per a release. The window plans to offer three different kinds of broth — pork, chicken, or vegetarian — in 12-ounce cups with a choice of mix-in. The mix-in flavors include options like burnt garlic miso and smoked butter.

Each cup will be priced at $6 and available from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. As for folks who still want dessert, Huddle will continue to sell pints of soft serve to-go.

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Johnny Noodle King

2601 West Fort Street, , MI 48216 (313) 309-7946 Visit Website

Huddle

2 John R St., Detroit, MI

Huddle Soft Serve

8130 Kercheval Avenue, , MI 48214 Visit Website

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