We’ve wrapped up the summer with a bevy of new food and drink options to get excited about this fall in metro Detroit. What we’re picking up on this month is escapism. Downtown’s Book Tower has revealed a Parisian-inspired brasserie on the ground level (with more to come), the Grosse Pointes have had a much-needed injection of spots from a NOLA-style oyster bar to a bookstore that doubles as a cafe and bar. Meanwhile in Berkley, the team behind a popular Detroit cheese shop have launched a new wine bar to pair with its charcuterie boards. And in West Bloomfield, diners are invited to get a taste said to be informed by the cuisine of the island of Capri.
This month, Northern Lights Lounge, Kitab Cafe and Bookstore, La Ventana Cafe, and the Paradise Street Eats food truck make their exits from the heatmap, to make room for Le Suprême, the Rind Wine Bar, Flyleaf, Brine Oyster House, the IO Rooftop at the Godfrey Hotel, and Aurora Italiana.Read More