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Farmer's Hand in Detroit's Corktown Opening Cafe

February 23, 2018, 7:43 AM

Farmer's Hand, a cool little Corktown cafe and market at Trumbull and Bagley is expanding its footprint.

Owners Kiki Louya and Rohani Foulkes announce a sister spot coming this spring called Folk Detroit, which will serve as more of a cafe, reports Alysa Zavala-Offman of Metro Times. It will be steps away from Farmer's Hand.

The 24-seat restaurant is being described as an "artisanal café specializing in seasonal, made-from-scratch comfort foods." They'll serve all-day breakfast made with "fresh ingredients and nutrient-packed grains, seeds and flours."

The menu will include made-from-scratch egg quiche dishes, veggie hash, parfaits and meat pies.

Read more:  Metro Times

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