We recorded today’s episode at The Rattlesnake, which is joining as a sponsor of your Daily Detroit.
We have some more tasty more details on the new Buddy’s location in downtown Detroit.
Elsewhere, we discuss Campbell Soup Company’s planned sale of Ferndale’s Garden Fresh to a company based in Quebec, Canada. Co-founder Jack Aronson had bid to buy back his old company, but couldn’t seal the deal.
We also cover the Big News out of Sterling Heights, that a Target is closing down. How big, you ask? Big enough that the mayor, Michael C. Taylor, issued a statement about it.
Two other news bits:
- Developers opened a new $7.2 million affordable housing in a handsome old multi-unit apartment building in Detroit’s North End
- And Meijer has announced a new program to encourage people to safely discard unused or expired prescription drugs at pharmacy locations
We then speak with Executive Chef Jeff Lanctot all about the venerable riverfront institution and its participation in Detroit Restaurant Week, which runs through March 2 (take it from us, the food is very good, we wouldn’t let them on if it wasn’t). Michelle Taylor, the director of catering, also joins us.
Be well, faithful listeners! Thanks for supporting Daily Detroit.