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The chicken liver mousse, topped with cherry jam, along with a side of toasted pieces of milk bread and pickled red onion.
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The Hottest New Restaurants in Detroit, December 2022

From Japanese-style fried chicken and waffles downtown, all-day brunch on Woodward to izakaya-meets-Midwest fare, here’s what’s new now

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The chicken liver mousse, topped with cherry jam, along with a side of toasted pieces of milk bread and pickled red onion.
| Rosa Maria Zamarrón

The holidays are officially upon us, and with that, plenty of reasons to ring in the season’s cheer by checking out some of the new dining options around Detroit. In between the stress of gift-shopping or hosting the family for a big feast, there are plenty of ways to take a break from it all and treated like the guest of honor. Across the street from Little Caesar’s Arena, a new restaurant that takes a playful, Midwest approach to Japanese bar culture has opened, as well as an all-day brunch spot on Woodward, and an Asian fusion destination in downtown’s financial district.

This month, Ex-Wife’s Famous Chicken, Royal Oak Masala, and Tacos del Barrio make their exits from the heatmap to make way for Basan near the arena district, See You Tomorrow near Virginia Park, and Hanah Steakhouse downtown.

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The newest venture of restaurateur Mario Camaj — who’s previously brought Tallulah Wine Bar and Besa — Zana offers American cuisine with hints of European influence in Birmingham. This fine dining establishment opened in late October, according to Resy, and features an interior accented with soft greens and pinks, monochrome tile floors, and large glass lighting fixtures. Named for the Albanian folklore of the “fairy of the mountains,” the menu at Zana includes starters like wagyu meatballs and steak tartar, entrees like coco-spiced lamb chops and rigatoni with rabbit sugo.

TigerLily

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Situated inside the space formerly occupied by Antihero, Tigerlily is an inspired sushi and robata grill spot that specializes in Edomae-style sushi, shareable small plates, and “fireside cooking.”

Helming the kitchen is a veteran in sushi-making, chef Chris Vasquez, a metro Detroit native who comes to Tigerlily from the critically-acclaimed Japanese restaurant Momotaro in Chicago’s Fulton Market.

A hand holding chopsticks and a piece of sushi roll and a brown beer bottle Tigerlily

Petty Cash

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This New American restaurant draws from the legacy of Black Southern culinary traditions and brings an “upscale casual” dining experience to the Avenue of Fashion. The spot is helmed by three veterans in the local food scene, including Kuzzo’s Chicken and Waffles founder and former NFL player Ron Bartell. Partner and chef Dominic McCord brings with him experience working in several downtown and suburban fine dining destinations. Guests can expect Southern cooking techniques that incorporate inspiration from other regions across the globe, including northern Africa, the Middle East, and Mediterranean on a seasonal, vegan-friendly menu.

A dark colored brick building with a mural that says Black Dollars Matter
A mural designed by Detroit artist Desiree Kelly on the exterior of Petty Cash on the Livernois Avenue of Fashion.
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This new Rosedale Park cafe is owned and operated by Charity Dean and Heather Zygmontowicz and is named after Dean’s great-grandmother, Rosa Malone, who was among the first Black families to move to the community generations ago. According to the Freep, the founders surveyed residents to better serve the needs of the community. On top of coffee sourced by Black-woman-owned coffee roaster, Fast Haus Coffee Roasting Co., the cafe also offers a limited food menu and frequently hosts community events. Down the line, guests may expect beer and wine.

Aliz Seafood House

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This spot in Dearborn serves Middle Eastern-inspired cuisine, but with a seafood twist. Many of the classic offerings one would find in a traditional Middle Eastern restaurant are available here, including skewers, hummus, grilled kibbie, and kofta sandwiches, with one key distinction: instead of beef, lamb, chicken, or other typical proteins, all dishes here are prepared with a variety of marinated or spicy fish or shrimp. The menu is rounded out with entrees like roasted red snapper, grilled salmon with herbs, as well as casseroles and shrimp biryani.

Ladder 4 Wine Bar

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Set in a historic firehouse in Southwest Detroit, Ladder 4 operates as a bar and retail wine shop, with more than 200 varieties for sale, with a particular focus on natural wines. The space has hosted live music events, features three patios and a spacious backyard, ideal for lounging during warmer months. More recently, Ladder 4 expanded its food offerings with a full-scale menu developed by John Yelinek, a veteran of the beloved, shuttered downtown steakhouse Michael Symon’s Roast, and who also helms the Park Ranger pop-up.

A bar with four chair set in front of it with shelving stocked with wine bottles overhead, a black sign with white lettering, and white subway tiles.
The bar area inside Ladder 4, a new wine bar and shop set inside a historic Detroit firehouse in Southwest Detroit.
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Ima Izakaya

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Ima founder Mike Ransom is now flexing his background in fine dining with the opening of Ima Izakaya inside the space formerly occupied by Gold Cash Gold. Guests can expect many of the growing chain’s casual favorites, such as its popular udon, pho, rice bowls, shrimp dumplings, and chicken karaage. In addition, Ransom adds a touch of creativity with new arrivals like hamachi crudo made with yellowtail, yuzu-lemon confit, jalapeno, micro cilantro, and black sea salt, robata grill with skewered bites, market cut meats, and a more robust bar menu. The new spot replaces Ima’s original Corktown location just down the street.

The Brooklyn Street Local LLC

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Brooklyn Street Local closed its doors in October 2021 to the dismay of Corktowners and other Detroiters who flocked to the friendly diner for its poutine, salads, and more. At the time, co-owner Deveri Gifford said she wasn’t planning to sell the building and was going to continue hosting pop-ups and other special events, but that she did not have the bandwidth for day-to-day operations. How things can change in a year. The beloved spot reopened for service on Wednesday, November 9, thought with scaled back offerings. Yes, the poutine in all its forms is back, yes, diners can still get salads, sandwiches, and pastries made with locally-sourced ingredients. Now, customers place orders using a QR code provided at every table so as to keep personnel costs down. Prior to the pandemic, the restaurant had begun offering dinner service three nights a week. That’s no longer the case, however, Gifford tells Eater that guests can expect frequent pop-ups, plus a few additions to the menu, including a new smash burger, wings in a gochujang sauce, and an oyster mushroom sandwich.

A big bowl of kale salad, a breakfast sandwich, two bowls of poutine, a latte, and some cupcakes
Kale Caesars salad, breakfast sandwich, two styles of poutine, and more now available once again at Brooklyn Street Local in Corktown.
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Hanah Steakhouse

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A new steakhouse touting Asian fusion inspiration has made its way in Brome Burger’s former downtown Detroit location in the city’s financial district. The spot held a grand opening celebration on November 26. The menu features a variety of sushi rolls, nigiri flights, Vietnamese spring rolls, Shanghainese soup dumplings, wagyu sliders, ramen, chicken and waffles — featuring miso buttermilk fried chicken, taro waffles, and kimchi pineapple slaw — and a cherrywood smoked Peking duck. The spot also includes an array of European, Oregon, and Michigan, an extensive offering of sakes, and a cocktail menu that is split up by shaken, stirred, and N/A beverages.

Cash Only Supper Club

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Cash Only Supper Club is the latest in fine dining options, situated below Prime + Proper steakhouse in downtown’s Capitol Park district. The space flung open its doors in May and is open for reservations to anyone who can afford the $175 price tag for a seven-course tasting menu and its “strict fancy cocktail to black-tie dress code.” The menu changes monthly, with past offerings including lobster tartlet, uni crispy rice, A5 Miyazaki wagyu, king crab Vera Cruz, short rib on the bone, and a table-side “Cash Caesar,” and truffle risotto. Despite the name of the place, credit and debit cards are accepted. The 1,500-square-foot space features soft lighting, and decor inspired by both the Art Deco and Hollywood glam eras.

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Some of the food offerings at Cash Only Supper Club, which opened in May below Prime and Proper in downtown.
Cash Only Supper Club

Sugar Factory American Brasserie

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The fantastical Las Vegas-based chain Sugar Factory American Brasserie famous for its outrageous Instagrammable sweets has made its way inside the One Campus Martius building. On top of its decadent “Sugar Factory’s Insane Milkshakes” — like the Cookie Monster Make a Wish shake made with cookies and cream ice cream and topped with a blue frosted cupcake — expect an overload of flavors with entrees like the Flaming Hot Cheetos Burger, rainbow-colored sliders, and more. The food and dessert spectacle is naturally set up in an immersive setting ideal for selfie-taking, complete with the obligatory neon sign, floral walls, and a colorful candy heart wall for posing.

Symposia

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Longtime Greektown hotel Atheneum welcomed a Symposia, a Mediterranean-inspired fine dining establishment, earlier this month. Executive chef Elliot Patti has created an expansive menu that provides diners with interesting takes on cuisine from Greece, Italy, and Spain such as the roasted beet with whipped feta, Spanish octopus with romesco, yukon potato, and Australian lamb chops. To drink, the restaurant features a wine list designed to complement the menu, representing several wine regions throughout California and Europe. St. Clair Shores-based Olon Interior designed the space, evoking a Mediterranean landscape, and just outside the restaurant in the Atheneum lobby diners can check out artwork depicting Plato’s “Symposium.”

Breadless

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Looking for ways to enjoy a delicious sandwich, without the carbs? Breadless opened its doors in March on East Jefferson Avenue, featuring a line of sandwiches that are wrapped in greens instead of bread. Enjoy sandwiches like the Cloud 9 Pastrami loaded with havarti cheese, shredded cabbage, pickle, red onions, spicy ground mustard, house-made reuben sauce — all in a collard green vessel.

JoJo's ShakeBAR Detroit

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This spot is an ode to 90s nostalgia. JoJo’s Shake Bar, part of a Chicago-area chain, opened its newest location downtown in the so-called District across the street from Comerica Park in September. Expect elaborate shakes, cocktails named after old-school hip hop artists, bags of walking tacos, Big Mac-inspired sliders, and TV screens displaying cult favorite movies like Clueless, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, and Austin Powers.

A milkshake with green and chocolate sprinkles, roasted marshmallows, a chocolate-coated graham cracker, whipped cream, white and blue straw all in a clear plastic cup that says JoJo’s Shake Bar
One of the many over-the-top shakes available at JoJo’s Shake Bar in the District downtown.
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The founders behind restaurant group Four Man Ladder (Grey Ghost, Second Best Bar) opened the highly anticipated Basan Detroit — a mood-lit restaurant that takes a playful Midwest approach to Japanese izakaya bar culture — on November 15 inside the newly restored Eddystone Apartments building across the street from Little Caesar’s Arena. Here, chef Eric Lees takes Grey Ghost’s famous thick-cut bologna and wraps it inside bao buns, grills octopus, wagyu steak, and trumpet mushrooms on a robata grill, while beverage director Will Lee bar manager Alex Kirles draw subtle inspiration from traditional Asian ingredients for their cocktail menu, such as with the Ube-B — garnished with a butterfly-shaped sponge cake on a Pocky stick and is made with

a creamy, vodka-based drink featuring black sesame oil and ube.

The chicken liver mousse, topped with cherry jam, along with a side of toasted pieces of milk bread and pickled red onion.
Rosa Maria Zamarrón

Bar Pigalle

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This long-anticipated “playful French” inspired cocktail bar is situated on the ground level of the historic Carlton Lofts in Brush Park. Behind the venture, hospitality veterans Joseph Allerton and Travis Fourmont. Named after the Parisian neighborhood, Quartier Pigalle — known for its nightlife, bars, and bistros — the space gives off unpretentious French brasserie vibes and a high caliber dining and drinking experience. Expect a variety of hot or cold small plates like bison tartar and chef Nyle Flynn’s selection of oysters, or heartier entrees like a Coney-style steak and frites. At the bar, a brief selection of French wines, a cocktail menu that highlights French spirits, and bottles of Budweiser, Jolly Pumpkin on draft or in the bottle, and other select craft brews and ciders.

The interior of Bar Pigalle in Brush Park.
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Seasons Market & Cafe

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Seasons Market is part grocery store, part cafe, part lovely patio space. The spot utilizes reclaimed materials throughout much of its design and pays its many Michigan-based food vendors fair wages for their products. Guests can select a variety of packaged lunch items like salads, grain bowls, and baked goods, curated from a rotation of local makers. Grab some lunch and have a seat upstairs in the market’s loft with near 360-degree views of the surrounding neighborhood. During the warmer months, dine and socialize on the glorious outdoor garden patio.

A woman inside a market in front of a fridge below a sign that says farmer’s stand.
The grocery and cafe sections of Seasons Market, a new “good food” grocery and eatery. Guests can grab packaged meals from Yum Village, Avalon Bakery, Detroit Vegan Soul and other local vendors at this new Midtown market.
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See You Tomorrow

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This long-anticipated all-day eatery on Woodward opened in mid-November and offers a little bit of everything one could want, ranging from a quick bite to eat on the way to work in the morning, full-scale brunch, and lunch. Expect bagels and nova lox, smoked salmon croquettes, pecan smoked bacon, kale quinoa tossed salad, and a variety of soups and chili.

ZANA

The newest venture of restaurateur Mario Camaj — who’s previously brought Tallulah Wine Bar and Besa — Zana offers American cuisine with hints of European influence in Birmingham. This fine dining establishment opened in late October, according to Resy, and features an interior accented with soft greens and pinks, monochrome tile floors, and large glass lighting fixtures. Named for the Albanian folklore of the “fairy of the mountains,” the menu at Zana includes starters like wagyu meatballs and steak tartar, entrees like coco-spiced lamb chops and rigatoni with rabbit sugo.

TigerLily

Situated inside the space formerly occupied by Antihero, Tigerlily is an inspired sushi and robata grill spot that specializes in Edomae-style sushi, shareable small plates, and “fireside cooking.”

Helming the kitchen is a veteran in sushi-making, chef Chris Vasquez, a metro Detroit native who comes to Tigerlily from the critically-acclaimed Japanese restaurant Momotaro in Chicago’s Fulton Market.

A hand holding chopsticks and a piece of sushi roll and a brown beer bottle Tigerlily

Petty Cash

This New American restaurant draws from the legacy of Black Southern culinary traditions and brings an “upscale casual” dining experience to the Avenue of Fashion. The spot is helmed by three veterans in the local food scene, including Kuzzo’s Chicken and Waffles founder and former NFL player Ron Bartell. Partner and chef Dominic McCord brings with him experience working in several downtown and suburban fine dining destinations. Guests can expect Southern cooking techniques that incorporate inspiration from other regions across the globe, including northern Africa, the Middle East, and Mediterranean on a seasonal, vegan-friendly menu.

A dark colored brick building with a mural that says Black Dollars Matter
A mural designed by Detroit artist Desiree Kelly on the exterior of Petty Cash on the Livernois Avenue of Fashion.
GB in Detroit

Rosa

This new Rosedale Park cafe is owned and operated by Charity Dean and Heather Zygmontowicz and is named after Dean’s great-grandmother, Rosa Malone, who was among the first Black families to move to the community generations ago. According to the Freep, the founders surveyed residents to better serve the needs of the community. On top of coffee sourced by Black-woman-owned coffee roaster, Fast Haus Coffee Roasting Co., the cafe also offers a limited food menu and frequently hosts community events. Down the line, guests may expect beer and wine.

Aliz Seafood House

This spot in Dearborn serves Middle Eastern-inspired cuisine, but with a seafood twist. Many of the classic offerings one would find in a traditional Middle Eastern restaurant are available here, including skewers, hummus, grilled kibbie, and kofta sandwiches, with one key distinction: instead of beef, lamb, chicken, or other typical proteins, all dishes here are prepared with a variety of marinated or spicy fish or shrimp. The menu is rounded out with entrees like roasted red snapper, grilled salmon with herbs, as well as casseroles and shrimp biryani.

Ladder 4 Wine Bar

Set in a historic firehouse in Southwest Detroit, Ladder 4 operates as a bar and retail wine shop, with more than 200 varieties for sale, with a particular focus on natural wines. The space has hosted live music events, features three patios and a spacious backyard, ideal for lounging during warmer months. More recently, Ladder 4 expanded its food offerings with a full-scale menu developed by John Yelinek, a veteran of the beloved, shuttered downtown steakhouse Michael Symon’s Roast, and who also helms the Park Ranger pop-up.

A bar with four chair set in front of it with shelving stocked with wine bottles overhead, a black sign with white lettering, and white subway tiles.
The bar area inside Ladder 4, a new wine bar and shop set inside a historic Detroit firehouse in Southwest Detroit.
GB in Detroit

Ima Izakaya

Ima founder Mike Ransom is now flexing his background in fine dining with the opening of Ima Izakaya inside the space formerly occupied by Gold Cash Gold. Guests can expect many of the growing chain’s casual favorites, such as its popular udon, pho, rice bowls, shrimp dumplings, and chicken karaage. In addition, Ransom adds a touch of creativity with new arrivals like hamachi crudo made with yellowtail, yuzu-lemon confit, jalapeno, micro cilantro, and black sea salt, robata grill with skewered bites, market cut meats, and a more robust bar menu. The new spot replaces Ima’s original Corktown location just down the street.

The Brooklyn Street Local LLC

Brooklyn Street Local closed its doors in October 2021 to the dismay of Corktowners and other Detroiters who flocked to the friendly diner for its poutine, salads, and more. At the time, co-owner Deveri Gifford said she wasn’t planning to sell the building and was going to continue hosting pop-ups and other special events, but that she did not have the bandwidth for day-to-day operations. How things can change in a year. The beloved spot reopened for service on Wednesday, November 9, thought with scaled back offerings. Yes, the poutine in all its forms is back, yes, diners can still get salads, sandwiches, and pastries made with locally-sourced ingredients. Now, customers place orders using a QR code provided at every table so as to keep personnel costs down. Prior to the pandemic, the restaurant had begun offering dinner service three nights a week. That’s no longer the case, however, Gifford tells Eater that guests can expect frequent pop-ups, plus a few additions to the menu, including a new smash burger, wings in a gochujang sauce, and an oyster mushroom sandwich.

A big bowl of kale salad, a breakfast sandwich, two bowls of poutine, a latte, and some cupcakes
Kale Caesars salad, breakfast sandwich, two styles of poutine, and more now available once again at Brooklyn Street Local in Corktown.
Serena Maria Daniels

Hanah Steakhouse

A new steakhouse touting Asian fusion inspiration has made its way in Brome Burger’s former downtown Detroit location in the city’s financial district. The spot held a grand opening celebration on November 26. The menu features a variety of sushi rolls, nigiri flights, Vietnamese spring rolls, Shanghainese soup dumplings, wagyu sliders, ramen, chicken and waffles — featuring miso buttermilk fried chicken, taro waffles, and kimchi pineapple slaw — and a cherrywood smoked Peking duck. The spot also includes an array of European, Oregon, and Michigan, an extensive offering of sakes, and a cocktail menu that is split up by shaken, stirred, and N/A beverages.

Cash Only Supper Club

Cash Only Supper Club is the latest in fine dining options, situated below Prime + Proper steakhouse in downtown’s Capitol Park district. The space flung open its doors in May and is open for reservations to anyone who can afford the $175 price tag for a seven-course tasting menu and its “strict fancy cocktail to black-tie dress code.” The menu changes monthly, with past offerings including lobster tartlet, uni crispy rice, A5 Miyazaki wagyu, king crab Vera Cruz, short rib on the bone, and a table-side “Cash Caesar,” and truffle risotto. Despite the name of the place, credit and debit cards are accepted. The 1,500-square-foot space features soft lighting, and decor inspired by both the Art Deco and Hollywood glam eras.

Three pieces of food plated on a long white dish
Some of the food offerings at Cash Only Supper Club, which opened in May below Prime and Proper in downtown.
Cash Only Supper Club

Sugar Factory American Brasserie

The fantastical Las Vegas-based chain Sugar Factory American Brasserie famous for its outrageous Instagrammable sweets has made its way inside the One Campus Martius building. On top of its decadent “Sugar Factory’s Insane Milkshakes” — like the Cookie Monster Make a Wish shake made with cookies and cream ice cream and topped with a blue frosted cupcake — expect an overload of flavors with entrees like the Flaming Hot Cheetos Burger, rainbow-colored sliders, and more. The food and dessert spectacle is naturally set up in an immersive setting ideal for selfie-taking, complete with the obligatory neon sign, floral walls, and a colorful candy heart wall for posing.

Symposia

Longtime Greektown hotel Atheneum welcomed a Symposia, a Mediterranean-inspired fine dining establishment, earlier this month. Executive chef Elliot Patti has created an expansive menu that provides diners with interesting takes on cuisine from Greece, Italy, and Spain such as the roasted beet with whipped feta, Spanish octopus with romesco, yukon potato, and Australian lamb chops. To drink, the restaurant features a wine list designed to complement the menu, representing several wine regions throughout California and Europe. St. Clair Shores-based Olon Interior designed the space, evoking a Mediterranean landscape, and just outside the restaurant in the Atheneum lobby diners can check out artwork depicting Plato’s “Symposium.”

Breadless

Looking for ways to enjoy a delicious sandwich, without the carbs? Breadless opened its doors in March on East Jefferson Avenue, featuring a line of sandwiches that are wrapped in greens instead of bread. Enjoy sandwiches like the Cloud 9 Pastrami loaded with havarti cheese, shredded cabbage, pickle, red onions, spicy ground mustard, house-made reuben sauce — all in a collard green vessel.

JoJo's ShakeBAR Detroit

This spot is an ode to 90s nostalgia. JoJo’s Shake Bar, part of a Chicago-area chain, opened its newest location downtown in the so-called District across the street from Comerica Park in September. Expect elaborate shakes, cocktails named after old-school hip hop artists, bags of walking tacos, Big Mac-inspired sliders, and TV screens displaying cult favorite movies like Clueless, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, and Austin Powers.

A milkshake with green and chocolate sprinkles, roasted marshmallows, a chocolate-coated graham cracker, whipped cream, white and blue straw all in a clear plastic cup that says JoJo’s Shake Bar
One of the many over-the-top shakes available at JoJo’s Shake Bar in the District downtown.
Serena Maria Daniels

Basan

The founders behind restaurant group Four Man Ladder (Grey Ghost, Second Best Bar) opened the highly anticipated Basan Detroit — a mood-lit restaurant that takes a playful Midwest approach to Japanese izakaya bar culture — on November 15 inside the newly restored Eddystone Apartments building across the street from Little Caesar’s Arena. Here, chef Eric Lees takes Grey Ghost’s famous thick-cut bologna and wraps it inside bao buns, grills octopus, wagyu steak, and trumpet mushrooms on a robata grill, while beverage director Will Lee bar manager Alex Kirles draw subtle inspiration from traditional Asian ingredients for their cocktail menu, such as with the Ube-B — garnished with a butterfly-shaped sponge cake on a Pocky stick and is made with

a creamy, vodka-based drink featuring black sesame oil and ube.

The chicken liver mousse, topped with cherry jam, along with a side of toasted pieces of milk bread and pickled red onion.
Rosa Maria Zamarrón

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Bar Pigalle

This long-anticipated “playful French” inspired cocktail bar is situated on the ground level of the historic Carlton Lofts in Brush Park. Behind the venture, hospitality veterans Joseph Allerton and Travis Fourmont. Named after the Parisian neighborhood, Quartier Pigalle — known for its nightlife, bars, and bistros — the space gives off unpretentious French brasserie vibes and a high caliber dining and drinking experience. Expect a variety of hot or cold small plates like bison tartar and chef Nyle Flynn’s selection of oysters, or heartier entrees like a Coney-style steak and frites. At the bar, a brief selection of French wines, a cocktail menu that highlights French spirits, and bottles of Budweiser, Jolly Pumpkin on draft or in the bottle, and other select craft brews and ciders.

The interior of Bar Pigalle in Brush Park.
Bureau Detroit

Seasons Market & Cafe

Seasons Market is part grocery store, part cafe, part lovely patio space. The spot utilizes reclaimed materials throughout much of its design and pays its many Michigan-based food vendors fair wages for their products. Guests can select a variety of packaged lunch items like salads, grain bowls, and baked goods, curated from a rotation of local makers. Grab some lunch and have a seat upstairs in the market’s loft with near 360-degree views of the surrounding neighborhood. During the warmer months, dine and socialize on the glorious outdoor garden patio.

A woman inside a market in front of a fridge below a sign that says farmer’s stand.
The grocery and cafe sections of Seasons Market, a new “good food” grocery and eatery. Guests can grab packaged meals from Yum Village, Avalon Bakery, Detroit Vegan Soul and other local vendors at this new Midtown market.
Gerard + Belevender

See You Tomorrow

This long-anticipated all-day eatery on Woodward opened in mid-November and offers a little bit of everything one could want, ranging from a quick bite to eat on the way to work in the morning, full-scale brunch, and lunch. Expect bagels and nova lox, smoked salmon croquettes, pecan smoked bacon, kale quinoa tossed salad, and a variety of soups and chili.

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