Detroit diner Rose’s Fine Food and Wine is for sale | Food News | Detroit

click to enlarge Jacob Lewkow A diverse group of diners meet at Rose’s Fine Food in Detroit. Yet another beloved Detroit restaurant is up for grabs. Eastside Detroit diner Rose’s Fine Food and Wine was listed for sale at $600,000 Thursday. A future buyer would inherit the property and business, including all kitchen equipment and … Read more

Southwest Detroit Restaurant Week returns for Hispanic Heritage Month this October | Food News | Detroit

click to enlarge Featherstone Detroit’s Los Altos is one of 21 restaurants participating in Southwest Detroit Restaurant Week. Southwest Detroit is one of Detroit’s most culturally rich neighborhoods, full of Mexican, Honduran, and Venezuelan cuisine. The area will showcase its diverse (and delicious) culture during Southwest Detroit Restaurant Week from Sept. 30 to Oct. 9, … Read more

Why Pitaya (Mexican Dragon Fruit) Is So Expensive | So Expensive Food | Business Insider – Business Insider

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Introducing… A Table For One

IN f you’ve ever deigned to attempt a ‘group’ activity alone, you’ll be well acquainted with the look. Oh, you know the one, it’s burned into your retinas: wide-eyed with an exaggerated smile, searching for something, anything, that’ll reveal a glimpse of what’s wrong with you. Are you lonely? Weird? A foot festishist? Emotionally unavailable? … Read more

Detroit’s Freya made New York Times restaurant list | Food News | Detroit

click to enlarge Randiah Camille Green Freya’s prix fixe menu includes pescatarian, vegan, and meat options. It may not look like much from the outside, but inside Freya’s got it going on. The new-ish Detroit restaurant made The New York Times list of “50 places in America we’re most excited about right now.” Located at … Read more

A fall guide to farmers markets | Dining

The colorful changes that come with fall don’t stop with our vibrant foliage. We notice it at farmers markets, too, with the arrival of pumpkins, winter squash and mums replacing summer fruits and vegetables. Here is an alphabetical list of farmers markets in Erie and Niagara counties remaining open through the fall. Pumpkins and mums … Read more

Mobile ice cream parlor Bombshell Treat Bar land’s Somerset Collection residency | Food News | Detroit

click to enlarge Courtesy of Bombshell Treat Bar Bombshells are heading to Somerset Collection — and no, we’re not talking svelte models or pinup girls. We’re talking about the frozen dessert experts, Bombshell Treat Bar. The local startup specializes in over-the-top and uniquely decorated hand-dipped ice cream bars. The shop announced that through Nov. 6, … Read more

Bannerman’s Sports Grill moving to Bartlett business park, adding outdoor music venue

Bartlett trustees have unanimously approved a special-use permit and $200,000 economic incentive agreement enabling Bannerman’s Sports Grill to move from its 15-year-old home on Route 59 to the village’s Brewster Creek Business Park. The new location, hoped to be open by next summer, would include a 10,000-square-foot building and an outdoor stage in an 8.1-acre … Read more

Detroit chef turns soul food truck Krazy Kravings into brick-and-mortar restaurant | Food News | Detroit

click to enlarge se7enfifteen Boss Kourtney Coleman. An up-and-coming Detroit chef claims his food brings “Krazy Kravings” that people can’t ignore. After launching a soul food truck last year, chef Kourtney Coleman — aka “Celebrity Chef KC” — opened his brick and mortar Krazy Kravings restaurant earlier this year. “What makes my food Krazy is … Read more