DINING AT CAMPUS MARTIUS PARK
In the Heart of Detroit
- The Fountain Detroit (Seasonal)
- Roasting Plant
- Central Kitchen + Bar
- Shake Shack
- Texas De Brazil
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Detroit Free Press by Mark Kurlyandchik
Another world-class park is coming to downtown Detroit, along with a flagship restaurant and culinary operator.
For the previously announced park at Cass and Grand River, DTE Energy has partnered with Norm and Bonnie LePage, restaurateurs whose purview includes Clubhouse BFD in Rochester Hills and Big Rock Chophouse and Griffin Claw Brewing Co. in Birmingham.
The park’s seasonal shipping container restaurant that premiered last year and quickly became very popular will reopen for the season again this year! Featuring casual open-air dining, this urban beach-side full-service restaurant and bar offers a variety of frozen drinks, specialty cocktails, and craft beer, plus its own creative spin on grilled paninis, burgers, salads, and appetizers.
Starting on May 2nd, Fountain Detroit is open through October 2017:
Mon - Wed 11am to 10pm
Thur 11am to 11pm
Fri - Sat 11am to 12am
Sunday 11am to 7pm
Menu and More info at www.fountaindetroit.com
The Downtown Detroit Partnership selected architecture firm Public Work to lead a Capitol Park Historic District redesign project this fall.
Capitol Park District is comprised of a park and numerous buildings designed by renowned architects such as Albert Kahn (the Griswold Building) and John Donaldson (the David Stott Building). The district, added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999, was a foundation of growth for Detroit and the state of Michigan, being the first home of the state's capitol building and first city high school. The area also served as a safe zone in antebellum America for runaway slaves on the underground railroad en route to freedom in Canada.
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