Bistro Set to Open in Detroit's Brush Park in May
"We have been looking for the right opportunity to join in the revitalization of Detroit," co-owner Brian Adelman tells The News.
Oh No! Gayle's Chocolates in Royal Oak Is Closing
"I've been in Royal Oak for a long, long time. This is home. But, it's time for me to start a new chapter in my life," says Gayle Harte, 70.
Feds: Ex-UAW Official Spent Funds on $4,500 Steak Dinner, $1,160 Designer Shoes
Former UAW official Nancy A. Johnson, 57, is accused of spending $1,160 for designer shoes and $1,217 for salon/spa services using Fiat Chrysler money.
'Like Wow:' Talk of Train Station Reuse by Ford Spurs 'Fingers Crossed' Optimism
A deal to redevelop the 500,000-square-foot Michigan Central Station owned by the Moroun family could come this spring, tipsters tell Crain's Detroit Business and The Detroit News.
El Barzon in Southwest Detroit Opens Sister Restaurant Next Door
The Michigan Avenue restaurant is where Zorba's Coney Island once was.
Lengel: Something Stinks About Gilbert Keeping Secret Tax Incentives Offered Amazon
Because of Dan Gilbert, the public has no idea how many billions of dollars in tax breaks Amazon was offered to come to Detroit.
Push Detroit's Last Call to 4 a.m.? That's What a Longshot Senate Bill Would Do
"Detroit's at a disadvantage for having a central business district that can go into later hours," says State Sen. Dennis Hertel, D-East Lansing.
More Taco Options: 12 Del Tacos Coming to Metro Detroit
The new sites will be in Macomb County and parts of Wayne County.
We Call Nonsense on Anointing Slows Bar BQ as 'the Birthplace of New Detroit'
Phil and Ryan Cooley kick-started a Corktown resurgence, but let's not anoint them as the founding fathers of "New Detroit," whatever that even means.
Downtown Detroit's Siren Hotel Ready for Partial Debut Saturday
The 106-room, boutique hotel is in the Wurlitzer Building and neighboring 1515 Broadway building.
Airbnb Claims 'Price Gouging' by Detroit Hotels During NCAA Games This Weekend
The online listings platform takes aim at two downtown rivals -- the Westin Book Cadillac and Detroit Marriott. Airbnb compares their rates this weekend with lower prices next weekend.
Ann Arbor's Popular Zingerman's Deli Reaches Finals for James Beard Award
"We have three bottom lines: great food, great service and great finance, and we measure ourselves in all three," says co-founder Paul Saginaw.
Blighted Ex-Rogell Golf Course Could Turn Into Park
The city’s Housing and Revitalization Department submitted a request to City Council seeking authorization to purchase the former golf course for $1.94 million.
It's Called Lovers Only, but a Burger Is All You Need to Be in the Mood For
"When it comes to branding, having a name that is a little polarizing and can make people think a certain way can be a good thing," says an owner. The restaurant opens Friday.