Good news seems to becoming out of just about every neighborhood in Detroit these days. And Detroit’s oldest neighborhood is no exception. The Corktown neighborhood in Detroit was one of the first to see a rebirth. That rebirth continues with the recent announcement of new Gastropub set to open in July.
From the dbusiness.com article
Bobcat Bonnie’s, a gastropub-style restaurant that will offer seasonal sandwiches, Michigan craft beers, and cocktails, will open in July in Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood.
“I’ve always loved the idea of doing a gastropub — something that’s fresh, seasonal, and as local as possible and within a good price range,” says Matt Buskard, managing partner of Bobcat Bonnie’s.
The 3,000-square-foot restaurant, at 1800 Michigan Ave., was the former home O’Blivions Corktown Café, a lunchtime spot. Buskard is working in association with the owners of O’Blivions to open Bobcat Bonnie’s.
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