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Monday, September 22, 2014

Yemans Street pop-up now able to take reservations

Posted By on Mon, Sep 22, 2014 at 12:45 PM


Over the weekend, we dropped by and visited with Matt and Corrie Tinker, the couple behind Hamtramck's newest pop-up restaurant space. They'd been wondering why, with buzz building over this week's coming meals, their website hadn't had one ticket sold. Turns out the software was a little wonky, and needed a tweak regarding "shipping information," which obviously doesn't apply.

The good news is that the website is now able to process reservations for this week's seatings, which feature a five-course menu from Cork's chef, Jay Gundy. All you have to do is see yemansstreet.squarespace.com.


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