“I’ll kick your f***ng head in,” a Mario’s waiter exclaimed.
A group of local investors came up with $50 million to finance the redevelopment, which will pay homage to Joe Louis and the history of the now-demolished Brewster-Douglass housing projects.
There’s nothing like it in metro Detroit – four bars, ping pong tables, arcade games, bowling lanes and enough space for 1,000 people.
The two-story bar offers 130 beers, food and an entertainment venue.
A vacant building in Midtown is undergoing a radical transformation with vibrant murals and a pub that will serve 130 beers on tap.
The restaurant is expected to open this weekend and will seat about 80 people.
The founder of a German nightclub and record label wants to transform the hulking and abandoned Fisher Body Plant 21 in Detroit into something entirely different.
A Lansing man wants to know why Fire Mountain restaurant didn’t do more after a heckler shouted gay slurs at him while he and his friends walked to their cars following dinner.
Key to the transformation is a tattoo artist and a nonprofit that has been wildly successful in Midtown.
In a city like Detroit, where unemployment is rampant, fast food is anything but a temporary job.