Owner of Rose's Fine Food Opening Polish Restaurant in Detroit's West Village


Pierogi (file photo)

It's always good to hear about new restaurant opening in Detroit outside of downtown, Corktown and Midtown.

Rose's Fine Food owner Molly Mitchell, who has fond memories of food from her great grandparents, who moved from Poland to northern Michigan, is opening a Polish restaurant called "Poppies" in Detroit's West Village, reports Tom Perkins of Metro Times.

Mitchell says she hopes to open in June at the northeast corner of Van Dyke and Agnes with a full bar. 

The menu is expected to include pickles, sausages, mustards, pierogi, and other polish standards built with a focus on seasonality and locally sourced ingredients.

"It will be Polish, but updated to be like Rose's. We'll be working with a lot of local growers and we'll be mindful of the seasons, which is what Polish food is really about – seasonality," MItchell tells the weekly.

Read more:  Metro Times

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