It can probably be said that most of us miss our favorite Detroit dining spots immensely. Even if we've frequented them or picked up takeout, restaurant dining simply hasn't been the same since the pandemic began. But for those in the industry—the chefs behind our
More than a year since the COVID-19 Pandemic began, restaurants, bars, and other establishments have operated in a sort of limbo — with some open in a limited capacity, others curbside only, and some remaining closed in entirety. With the vaccine push continuing across the
Alone for the holidays doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Especially when familial and social obligations have you stressed tf out. Work parties. Extended family gatherings. Candy canes. Scented candles. Those chocolate coins that only come in milk chocolate—
The season of cheer can be downright suffocating.
Which is why
Welcome to the holidays! A time of plenty and merriment—and overindulgence. Of spending too much, eating too much and, for many of us, drinking too much. This is a time of festive gatherings—work, home or bar. Especially bar gatherings. Because this is Detroit, a city of
Sara Nickleson is the Director of Library Street Collective, a contemporary art gallery focused on showcasing emerging and established artists. Think Tiff Massey, Jason Revok, Greg Fadell, Sheppard Fairey
[caption id="attachment_25745" align="alignleft" width="214"] Interior of Living Room. Photo by Nicole Franzen for Shinola[/caption]
Shinola may not be saving anything, but they are good ambassadors of the city. This seems to be the case with the Shinola Hotel, the multi-building collaboration with real estate partner, Bedrock.