Those who live and work downtown will have another option for eating, once Plum Market opens in the Ally Detroit Center next summer, Crain's Detroit Business reports.
This will be its second location in the central business district; it's also planned to open a spot in the new Pistons facility when it opens next year, in New Center. It'll be mostly cafe and meals-to-go, but there will be some groceries for those who live nearby and forgot to pick up coffee.
Plum Market is calling the Ally building store a "street concept," according to a news release. The 8,000-square-foot location will offer prepared and quick-made dining options including salads, soups, sandwiches and self-service hot food. It'll also sell packaged snacks and groceries, fresh cut flowers, Zingerman's coffee and baked goods, and a full-service bar with beer, wine and cocktails.
Bedrock owns the Ally building at 500 Woodward Ave.