Detroit Restaurant Openings & Closings: September 2016

Sep 30, 2016 at 2:10 pm
click to enlarge The "High Steaks" is served in a mini Weber grill replica and a side of "Willie Nelson Tater Salad." - Photo by Serena Maria Daniels
Photo by Serena Maria Daniels
The "High Steaks" is served in a mini Weber grill replica and a side of "Willie Nelson Tater Salad."
We know it's sometimes hard to process all of the new restaurants that have opened in metro Detroit. "It seems  like something new is opening every week," is a common refrain we hear on the beat.

So we decided, let's make it easy and give you a to-do-friendly list of new spots that have opened during the month of September, as well as give you a on-stop heads up on the places that have shuttered.

This month, Rock City Eatery completed its big move from Hamtramck to Midtown, Café 78 launched SuperHappySushi to its full-time food lineup, and the Farmer's Hand food market kicked off its grand opening Sept. 30.

On the closure front, we said goodbye to a couple of places in Ferndale, including the short-lived Daily Dinette and longtime bar and pizzeria Como's, which has been temporarily shuttered by the Oakland County Health Division, both in Ferndale. Also closing was Mexican eatery El Zocalo, after a 30-plus-year run.

Tell us, have we missed anything? Let us know in the comments section.

See also: SuperHappySushi launches inside MOCAD... And more restaurant openings

, 22812 Woodward Ave.
Daily Dinette, 280 W. Nine Mile Road, #1
El Zocalo, 3400 Bagley Ave

See also:
Ferndale's Daily Dinette shutters this week

See also: Coming to Capitol Park: the upscale TEN Nail Bar (with adult beverages)

Rock City Eatery,
4216 Woodward Ave.

SuperHappySushi, 4454 Woodward Ave.

The Morrie, 511 S. Main St.
Royal Oak

Pieology Pizzeria, 323 S. Main.
Royal Oak

Farmers Hand, 1701 Trumbull Ave.

Black Eagle, 22930 Woodward Ave.

TEN Nail Bar, 1215 Griswold St.
Capitol Park

See also: Farmer's Hand food market hopes to help fill the grocery void in Corktown

See also: El Zocalo, longtime Mexicantown eatery, to close after 30-plus years

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