Metro Detroit eating places that opened or closed in July

A robotic waitstaff in Novi, Italian brick-oven pizza in Brownstown and small plates on the Avenue of Style are simply a number of the options on the new eating places that opened all through the Detroit space this month. 

As all the time, sadly, there are some closings to report, too, notably alongside the Cass Hall. Fortunately, some are short-term, however most are everlasting.

However first, the July debuts: 

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Francesca’s Brick Oven Pizza

After engaged on the house for greater than a 12 months, homeowners Rami and Francesca Elawadi opened this brick-oven pizzeria Downriver. The skinny, gourmand pizza is impressed by their household’s connection to Naples, Italy. Making its debut this week, the enterprise is generally carryout with a couple of tables for eating in.

Open 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Mon.-Sat. 21729 Telegraph, Brownstown. (734) 304-4311.

The exterior of Give Thanks Bakery, which had its grand opening in downtown Royal Oak on July 27.

Give Thanks Bakery

Selecting up the place longstanding Hermann’s Bakery operated from the mid-1900s till 2019 (and earlier than that it was Dondero’s Bakery for 40 years), Give Thanks Bakery held a grand opening Wednesday. The downtown Royal Oak enterprise sells French and German bread and pastry, plus cookies, hand-decorated muffins and Italian Illy Espresso. Proprietor Katy Knoer additionally owns Giving Thanks Bakeries in Rochester and Midtown Detroit. 


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