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Taylor Swift coming to Detroit; A Sus announcement in Highland Park; Detroit restaurants won't get color grades

Four things: Taylor Swift is coming to Detroit, and apparently we should talk about it. An announcement for an anonymous donor supposedly dropping $10 billion seems to be missing steak and sizzle. Sure, anything *could* happen, but we share the multiple reasons why it feels suspect. A proposed ordinance in to put color grades in Detroit restaurant windows has failed, with strong business pressure against it. Amazon is delaying the opening of their Detroit facility on the old State Fairground...

Should Detroit restaurants have public grades?; Historic Unity Bell refurbished; Buick wants dealers all-in on EVs

Today's show is in three parts. Detroit could get public restaurant grades in windows, whether it's a letter grade like some cities or a color scale. Should we? What do you think? The Detroit Unity Bell is being officially unveiled this week. A cool piece of Detroit history, restored. Plus, Buick wants its dealers to go all-EV. Some dealers are hesitant, and GM is offering to buy them out. Feedback - dailydetroit - at - gmail - dot - com You can become a monthly member on Patreon: https://w...

Watch A Walking Tour Of The New Detroit Shipping Company

Today is the soft opening for the Detroit Shipping Company, the new food court/biergarden/art gallery/event space made out of shipping containers in Midtown the lower Cass Corridor. While it doesn’t open for real until July 30, we got a chance to check it out during a VIP preview party this week, and we shot this video to show you around. The facility has six restaurants, two full-service bars, a Falling Down Beer Co. microbar, a combination coffee shop/ice cream parlor, popup retail space a...

Developers Demolish Pharmacy For New 7.Liv Project at 7 Mile and Livernois

Activity at the site of the $8 million 7.Liv mixed-use development has entered a new phase with the demolition of a former pharmacy next to the long-vacant B. Siegel Department Store on the corner of 7 Mile and Livernois on Detroit’s Avenue of Fashion. The corner has been busy for months, with crews working on underground infrastructure having dug up the entire corner. Today we were driving past on the way to grab lunch up the street when we noticed the entire former Revco pharmacy structure o...

One Of Metro Detroit's Most Acclaimed Restaurants To Suddenly Close This Weekend

The restaurant business is a very, very tough business. There have been a series of high-profile openings, and some successes in Metro Detroit’s nascent fine dining scene, but it’s still challenging to run a restaurant. News comes from an email that Ferndale’s Torino, the Detroit Free Press’s restaurant of the year in 2014, Hour Detroit’s restaurant of the year in 2015 as well as Eater National’s Hot 38 (the only Detroit area entry) is suddenly closing after service on Saturday. Torino has bee...

Enjoy Some Of Detroit's Coolest Restaurants For $15 During Dine Drink Detroit

Dine Drink Detroit is a ten-day event from October 2nd through October 11th in which a variety of Detroit’s best restaurants collaborate to offer signature food and drink combinations for $15.  The experience does not require reservations and invites people from the region to visit establishments that are part of the up-and-coming food culture in Detroit, which is quickly gaining traction and becoming an important facet of the city’s revitalization. If you would like to participate, check out...

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