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Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Brix Wine Bar plans a move to Detroit's Avenue of Fashion

Posted By on Wed, Mar 6, 2019 at 9:25 AM

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Brix Wine Bar's search for a new home appears to be over now that it's planning to resettle in the B. Siegel Department Store development at Seven Mile Road and Livernois Avenue, Eater reports.

The shop first opened in the West Village in 2017 but abruptly closed following a dispute between owner Mikiah Westbrooks and the landlord, Banyan Investments.



Brix will occupy a 1,600-square-foot space in a mixed-use development, and Westbrooks says she'll tweak her wine program with the addition of more high end bottles.

“I think it’s a great project with great potential. 7 Mile and Livernois has always been a very progressive area,” Westbrooks told Eater. “I think it’s a great neighborhood and the whole idea is to stay in the neighborhood, so that just made perfect sense.”

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