Promenade Artisan Foods opens next week in the Fisher Building
Trenton-based Promenade Artisan Foods, owned by Chelsie and Jono Brymer, opens its second Detroit location at the Fisher Building in New Center on Thursday, February, 18. The cafe replaces Fisher Bakery at the building and serves sandwiches, salads, quiche, croissants, and macarons and other sweet treats. As part of a sneak peek on Fat Tuesday, Promenade plans pop-up in the new location offering its signature craczki — a croissant take on the traditional paczki doughnut. While it ramps up service at the Fisher Building, the cafe will only open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursdays until March 18, when the dining room opens. Once fully open in mid-March, expect breakfast and lunch to be served at the cafe. Grab-and-go dinners and catering will also be available. [Official]
Folk Detroit reopens for limited service after reconstruction
Folk Detroit closed in late January to undergo renovations and will reveal its brand new space when it reopens Sunday, February 14. Folks transformed its space from a sit-down restaurant to a neighborhood market and cafe offering grab-and-go meals, groceries, and limited lunch counter seating. Window service is available on Valentine’s Day for gift boxes, wine, candles, flowers, and chocolates. Preorders for Valentine’s Day and Paczki Day available. [Official]
Olga’s Kitchen reveals its redesign in Novi
The West Market Square location of Olga’s Kitchen in Novi reveals its newly redesigned space on Tuesday, February 16, with a ribbon cutting ceremony kicking off at 10 a.m. Masks required. The ceremony is being broadcast virtually on the Novi Chamber Facebook page.