Erica Rakowicz


After months of missing delicious pies by the slice, Dangerously Delicious Pies opened their Detroit brick-and-mortar location to bring us paradise on a plate again.

Dangerously Delicious Pies first popped up in the old Comet Bar and then Third Street Bar, but it was an idea long before then. Two musicians and friends started cooking up pies and selling them at shows and on the road, and since then, the pies and the rock ‘n’ roll haven’t stopped. The team behind Dangerously Delicious Pies opened their first brick-and-mortar location in 2016 in Wyandotte, and not too long after the Detroit spot followed.

The menu of sweet and savory pies changes daily because the pie ideas are always flowing, so both slices and whole pies are available until someone snatches them up. When they’ve got it, their S.M.O.G. is their most popular, stuffed with steak, mushrooms, onions and gruyere cheese. For vegetarians, they’ve got their Hot Rod Potato, full of red potatoes, sweet peppers, jalapenos and cheddar cheese. Their sweet pie menu offers a Baltimore Bomb, that they say “tastes like a chocolate chip cookie on steroids”, homemade pecan and apple, salted caramel and more.

A slice goes for $7 and a whole pie for $35. You can check out the full menu here.

Visit Dangerously Delicious Pies’ new Detroit location at 70 W. Alexandrine St. and visit them on social media here.

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Voyager is bringing a new raw bar to Ferndale and set to open with seafood, oysters and more this Thursday, March 16th at 4pm.

When you walk into the space, you’ll see a raw bar that serves up oysters, ceviches and crudos, and a matching sea aesthetic with bright whites, coral and mermaid aqua for a splash of color. The oysters can be ordered on the half shell, fried, grilled or dressed, and the oyster program is run by experts who procure them from seaside shellfish farms in Massachusetts, Alabama and Washington.

You can order from the plates section of the menu, which features a Pickled Seafood Cocktail, made of sherry, celery, red onion and saltines, Frito Misto with razor clams, shrimp and fish, mayo and malt vinegar, and a Whitefish Sandwich with coconut slaw and fermented pepper aioli.

The beverage portion of the menu features fun drinks like their Mai Tai, made with tangerine curacao, fresh lime and hazelnut orgeat, and their Blow the Man Down, made with mezcal, yellow chartreuse, campari and bitters. Voyager also offers a wine list, with sparkling, rosé, white and red options. You can also order from their beer list, which features two draft brews and a great list of craft beers, including a Coconut Brown Ale from Blackrocks Brewery.

Need more reason to check out the place? They’ve got a Pineapple Upside-Down Cake, topped with whipped cream, to finish off the meal.

Visit Voyager at 600 Vester St. Tuesday-Thursday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.

You can follow the team at Voyager at and on Facebook and Instagram.

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St. Patrick’s Day is full of green beer, shamrocks, corned beef, whiskey, bangers and mash and cheer, and we’re lucky that metro Detroit has all of that and more St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Check out our list of events around the area and plot out your weekend.


  • The Old Shillelagh
    This is one of Detroit’s biggest St. Patrick’s Day parties and it all kicks off with doors early in the morning. They’ll have a heated beer tent, music by Stone Clover, dancing, whiskey and a whole lot of fun for everyone.
    TIME: 8 a.m.
    The Old Shillelagh / 349 Monroe St. / / event page
  • The Works
    This one is a St. Patrick’s Day Country Club Disco Party, with music by Lucky You, Solardo, Riva Starr and many more local acts.
    TIME: 10 p.m.
    TICKETS: $10
    The Works / 1846 Michigan Ave. / / event page
  • Nemo’s
    They’ll have corned beef sandwiches, beer and music from the Balduck Mountain Ramblers all day long.
    TIME: 10:30 a.m.
    Nemo’s / 1384 Michigan Ave. / / event page
  • Hockeytown Cafe
    Party with sounds by DJ Ray from FM 98 WJLB and music from ‘99 and the 2000s while playing flip cup, beer pong and billiards. They’ll even have karaoke…
    TIME: 4 p.m.
    TICKETS: $10
    Hockeytown Cafe / 2301 Woodward Ave. / /
  • The Royce
    Enjoy a free night of opera with the Michigan Opera Theatre at The Royce, featuring music dedicated to wine, including excerpts from The Elixir of Love, La traviata and more. Be sure to RSVP.
    TIME: 7 p.m.
    The Royce / 76 W. Adams / / event page
  • McShane’s Pub & Whiskey Bar
    They’ll be serving up your favorite beers, whiskies and delicious Irish food, while entertaining all day long.
    TIME: 11 a.m.
    McShane’s / 1460 Michigan Ave. /
  • TV Lounge
    TV Lounge is throwing a party with drink specials, an open patio for cigars (bring yours!) and entertainment by DJ Gary Chandler and DJ Phil Da Mixx.
    TIME: 6 p.m.
    TICKETS: $10 entry after 9 p.m.
    TV Lounge / 2454 Grand River Ave. / / event page
  • Grand Trunk Pub
    Grand Trunk Pub is opening early as “Foran’s for a Day” to celebrate Irish heritage with Shepherd’s pie, corned beef and cabbage and bangers and mash. They’ll also sling drink specials all day long, with $2-4 Jameson shots and much more.
    TIME: 8 a.m.
    Grand Trunk / 612 Woodward Ave. / / event page
  • Downtown Street Eats
    Everybody’s favorite food truck gathering kicks off on St. Patrick’s Day in Cadillac Square with over 60 food entrepreneurs, Irish-themed fun and food, music, dancing, performances by Irish dancers and a lot more.
    TIME: 11 a.m.
    Cadillac Square / / event page


  • The Morrie
    Enjoy live music all day with food, friends and booze at The Morrie. The Killer Flamingos, Drew Machak, Matt Kysia with Greenstreet and more will be performing at The Morrie’s St. Patrick’s Day Party, with a performance by Your Generation in Concert.
    12 p.m.
    The Morrie / 511 S. Main St. / /
  • Hamlin Corner
    Hamlin Corner’s St. Patrick’s Day Party will feature live music by the George Brothers, drink specials, green beer, entertainment by DJ Prevu and more.
    TIME: 6 p.m.
    Hamlin Corner / 386 N. Main St. / / event page
  • O’Tooles Royal Oak
    One of Royal Oak’s Irish pubs is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day the rowdy way with Irish food, shot specials, $5 Bushmills, Guinness, green beer and more.
    TIME: 9 a.m.
    O’Tooles / 205 W. 5th Ave. / / event page
  • Rosie O’Grady’s Ferndale
    Rosie O’Grady’s is throwing another one of their St. Patrick’s Day all day events, with festivities, green beer, Irish food and more both inside and outside.
    TIME: 11 a.m.
    Rosie O’Grady’s / 279 W. 9 Mile Road / / event page
  • Otus Supply
    It’s quickly become one of Ferndale’s coolest music venues and on St. Patrick’s Day they’ll host Cluas, their latest artist-in-residence from Ireland. The Electric Jug Band will also be performing and you can grab beer, cocktails, whiskey and delicious food.
    TIME: 5 p.m.
    Otus Supply / 345 E. 9 Mile Road / /


  • Bar Louie Rochester Hills
    Bar Louie is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day at their Shamrock it Out 2017 Party, equipped with green beer, Jameson specials, delicious food and more.
    TIME: 11 a.m.
    Bar Louie / 1488 North Rochester Road / / event page
  • Shores Inn
    Shores Inn in St. Clair Shores is opening early for St. Patrick’s Day to serve up complimentary green eggs and ham from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. They’ll keep the party going all day long with Jager shots and other drink specials, and with DJs and live music in the evening.
    TIME: 9 a.m.
    Shores Inn / 23410 Greater Mack Ave. / / event page
  • Wyandotte Business Association Leprechaun Crawl
    Join the St. Patrick’s Day Party and Leprechaun Crawl with stops at 14 different bars, including the new Bobcat Bonnie’s location in Wyandotte, and a trolley for transportation. Live bands will be performing in the party tent all day long with green beer flowing.
    TIME: 9 a.m.
    TICKETS: $15 at the door / $10 advance
    Lot #1 with beer tent at Biddle & Oak / 3200 Biddle Ave. / event page

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It’s parade party time again! Get ready for March 12th, a day packed with early St. Patrick’s Day festivities at the annual Corktown St. Patrick’s Day Parade. We put together a list of what’s going on for the day so you can easily jam pack your Sunday.

Corktown Races
Kids Quarter Mile – 9:30 a.m.
Emerald Mile – 9:40 a.m.
Corktown Race: 10 a.m.
Michigan Central Station, Michigan Avenue and Vernor,
*The races help raise funds for the St. Patrick’s Senior Center and the KPMG Family for Literacy.

The 59th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade
The annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade is one of Corktown’s biggest events and the crowd dressed in green cheering on the parade is a sight to see. Michigan Avenue becomes a big party and you’ll find plenty of fun before, during and after the parade.
St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Michigan Avenue and 6th St. to 14th St.,


Nancy Whiskey
They’ll have corned beef, potatoes, an Irish band, outdoor tents and a whole lot of whiskey flowing starting well before the parade.
HOURS: 8 a.m.
2644 Harrison St.,

The Old Shillelagh
Their annual party includes a DJ and dancing on their rooftop deck, with a heated tent, and live entertainment kicks off on the second floor. They’re also running a free shuttle to and from the parade.
HOURS: 10 a.m.
349 Monroe St.,

Corktown Paddy’s Parade Party
The Corktown Paddy’s Parade Party is the biggest parade celebration in honor of the holiday in Detroit, and it’s fully equipped with beer, food, heated tents, DJs, entertainment and cheer.
HOURS: 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
TICKETS: $10-30
2000 Michigan Ave.,

Gold Cash Gold
You can snag $5 beers, brats, sliders, potatoes and more on their heated patio, starting at 9 a.m.
HOURS: 9 a.m.
2100 Michigan Ave.,

Corktown Tavern
HOURS: 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
1716 Michigan Ave.,

PJ’s Lager House
HOURS: 10:30 a.m. to 2 a.m.
1254 Michigan Ave.,

HOURS: 9 a.m.
1384 Michigan Ave.,

McShane’s Irish Pub
HOURS: shuttles to the Wings game and then reopening at 4:30 p.m.
1460 Michigan Ave.,

Mercury Burger Bar
HOURS: 11 a.m. to 12 a.m.
2163 Michigan Ave.,

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The old Maccabees restaurant on Woodward Avenue has made some major changes in the last couple months, including a new chef, a new co-owner and operating partner, and a new flavorful Asian-inspired menu. The new-old spot, now called Maccabees Traders, is re-launching at 5057 Woodward Ave. on March 6.

This re-launch is an exciting one since chef Rafael Esparza spent his time preparing inside the kitchens of his friends’ grandmothers. He wanted to make sure that the flavors on the Maccabees Traders menu would be authentic, tasty and approachable.

The new menu will feature green papaya salad, chicken and jasmine rice dumpling soup, Vernor’s glazed thit kho (pork belly), grilled tofu steaks with zip sauce, shrimp bahn mi, and the big showstopper- chicken wings, made with Vietnamese fish sauce.

Esparza figured that many people are comfortable with the idea of chicken wings and they know what to expect, so his dish would have some familiarity alongside a good introduction to a new flavor to get people out of their comfort zones.

You can also order their Sticky Smoky Sesame Wings, made with honey ginger, toasted sesame, chili threads and lime, or their Thai Chicken Wrap, made with peppers, cilantro, rice powder, peanuts and tamarind.

The team puts a large emphasis on hospitality, creating a full experience the moment you walk in the door to the moment you leave the restaurant. Everybody is different, Esparza said, so the cookie-cutter style of hospitality won’t work at Maccabees Traders. Esparza and the team want each visitor to enjoy their meal and experience enough to feel excited to come back.

The drink menu is full of simplicity and freshness, said David Kraus, co-owner and operating partner. Since everything at Maccabees Traders is about the food, the beverage menu will feature clean flavors, suggestions for drink and food pairings, and craft cocktails made with natural ingredients. You can order a Gunpowder ​Old Fashioned, made with Bulleit Rye, ​Meyer lemon, black pepper and  bitters, or a QLine ​Cordial, made with Fernet Branca, 2 James ​Catchers Rye and basil simple syrup.

Sunday brunch service will continue from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a mix of the old Maccabees menu and a touch of the new Maccabees Traders menu.

The future of Maccabees Traders includes a café for before work treats and caffeine boosts.

Visit for more information and follow them on social to stay current. Pop in to 5057 Woodward Ave. to visit the team and try out the new menu.

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What better way to kick off the spring than with restaurant openings, specialty coffee and even something special for your dog? Read on for openings and announcements coming to the Detroit area this Spring.

La Lanterna
Detroit’s old Italian restaurant, La Lanterna, is headed back to the city, and this time it’s heading for the Albert for a highly anticipated revival. The Da Edoardo group plans to open La Lanterna’s doors in early March with a menu full of pizza, pasta, sandwiches, entrees, a full bar and delivery in the Downtown and Midtown areas.
La Lanterna, 1214 Griswold St.,

Bucharest Grill
Everybody’s favorite shawarma spot is about to open their fourth location, making their menu even more available to Detroiters throughout the city limits. The fast-casual Middle Eastern restaurant chain will open in Detroit’s Avenue of Fashion area and offer the same handmade and traditional dishes that we all know and love. Bucharest has locations in Corktown, Rivertown and New Center. There’s no exact open date yet but Bucharest’s Facebook said the fourth location is “progressing nicely”.
Bucharest, 19492 Livernois Ave.,

City Bark
Dog and cat owners now have the opportunity to shop Downtown at the new City Bark location, which opened Feb. 24, inside of the Albert in Capitol Park. The store is pet-friendly and offers 15 different types of dog and cat food, a freezer section for raw bones and pet treats, pet owner education classes, vaccination clinics, grooming services, training and more. The Downtown City Bark also plans to host adoption events regularly.
City Bark, 1214 Griswold St.,

New Order Coffee
This spring, New Order Coffee will offer nitro cold brew, marshmallow lattes, handcrafted espresso and much more for Midtown-ers. Detroit will get an exclusive look at Modbar’s pour over coffee system and a Synesso MVP Hydra espresso machine, to accompany the sweet and savory pastries that will be available for dunking.
New Order Coffee, 3100 Woodward Ave.,

Live Cycle Delight
In late March, Amina Daniels, a Detroit native and the most recent Hatch Detroit winner, is opening up her fitness center, Live Cycle Delight in West Village. The fitness center will feature classes in cycling, weight training, TRX and yoga. Live Cycle Delight will also have a juice and superfood bar called Fresh 101.
Live Cycle Delight, 8019 Agnes St.,

Bird Bee
The modern bohemian boutique, Bird Bee, will open later this spring with women’s clothing, accessories, jewelry and lifestyle goods.
Bird Bee, 1214 Griswold St.,

Under Armour
The popular sports retailer, Under Armour, will open up shop near Nike on Woodward Avenue this spring. The Detroit shop will be a “Brand House” location and offer top-end sports apparel for Detroiters to enjoy.
Under Armour, 1201 Woodward Ave.,

Maccabee Traders
Maccabees Traders, the old Maccabee’s Midtown, is getting a new name, a new look and a new menu this Spring. The chef will cook up vernors-glazed pork belly and Vietnamese fish-sauce chicken wings, shrimp bahn mi, jasmine rice dumpling soup and more. The new menu has Asian influences and you’re able to order sharables, salads, sandwiches and more, including a full bar and a late-night menu. Maccabees Traders opens on March 6.
Maccabees Traders, 5057 Woodward Ave.,

North End Collective
North End Collective is a new retail space, with four units, stationed in Detroit’s New Center. The four spaces are fully furnished and functioning for different startups and small businesses to utilize and showcase their work. For 2017, the four businesses that make up the North End Collective are Live Coal Gallery, Purple Love, United Front and The Traveling Pants Co.
North End Collective, Woodward and Grand Boulevard,

Detroit Grooming Co.
Ferndale’s Detroit Grooming Co. barbershop is about to extend its services and products to Corktown. Their original product line will be available, in addition to their famous barber services, all inside of a space decorated with barbershop antiques from the 20s and 30s. Detroit Grooming Co.’s new location is projecting a spring opening.
Detroit Grooming Company, 2000 Michigan Ave.,

Gather Detroit
Gather Detroit is about ready to open their doors in Eastern Market with big plates to share and a place to mix and mingle with the community. In addition to the neighborhood feel, Gather will cook dishes over a fire, so that the comfortable philosophy is even comfier. They project a March opening.
Gather Detroit, 1454 Gratiot,

Mr. Kabob Mediterranean Grille & Catering
Formerly known as CK Mediterranean, the new Mr. Kabob’s is serving up pita wraps, salads, smoothies, entrees, raw juices and a whole lot more.
Mr. Kabob, 119 Monroe St.,

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Our mouths have been watering ever since we heard about it coming to town and today, February 23, our taste buds will be rewarded for the wait- Shake Shack opens their doors at 11 a.m. at 660 Woodward Ave. in Campus Martius Park.

Shake Shack is known for their all-natural, antibiotic-free Angus beef burgers, chicken, griddled flat-top dogs, fresh-made frozen custard, beer, wine, and those delicious crispy crinkle cut fries. Their products are never served with added hormones.

You can order anything from a SmokeShack cheeseburger with all-natural smoked Niman Ranch bacon, chopped cherry pepper and ShackSauce, to a Motor City Mix with vanilla custard, peanut butter sauce, Bon Bon Bon dark chocolate and Rocky’s honey roasted peanuts and chocolate toffee. The Detroit location also offers beer, wine and get this- even dog treats, specially made at Shake Shack for your four-legged friend.

Their first location popped up as a roadside burger stand in New York City’s Madison Square Park in 2004 and the hype hasn’t died down one bit- there’s almost always a line wrapping around the shack whenever their windows are open.

Shake Shack, with a mission of Stand For Something Good, has since opened multiple spots in 16 states and the District of Columbia. They’re also in London, Istanbul, Dubai, Tokyo, Moscow, Seoul and other international locations.

The Detroit location is Shake Shack’s first Michigan spot and the big ribbon cutting ceremony is set for 10:45 a.m. outside the Shake Shack doors. They’ll open to the public at 11 a.m.

Stop by Shake Shack in the First National Building at 660 Woodward Ave. and see the full menu here. You can also visit Shake Shack on social media to keep up with the buzz.

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Bonobos, the well-known menswear brand, just found a perfect fit on Woodward Avenue.

The brand has come a long way since their beginnings in a Union Square apartment in New York City. Now, they’re the biggest brand that’s been built on the Internet. Their flagship store and headquarters stay true to their roots in Manhattan and they also have stores in some of the biggest cities in the country.  

Bonobos offers top of the line tailored suits, blazers, shirt and tie pairings, ties, golfwear, outerwear, sweaters, polos, henleys, hats, scarves, shoes, belts and more. A major feature that sets Bonobos apart from other menswear brands is their way of shopping. They call their stores “guideshops” because they want to make shopping as painless as possible. You can make an appointment or walk-in and find the perfect fit of pants, shirts, suits and more- but you don’t leave with it. Bonobos will send your purchases to your front door for an easy, no hassle experience.

Prices vary from $48 for final priced items to over $1,000 for tailored suits, and representatives are available for assistance at the location.

The store will be open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Sundays from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

The Detroit location is Bonobos’ first store in Michigan and they’re a Bedrock tenant. The store is set to open on Feb. 23 at 11 a.m. at 1417 Woodward Ave. Visit Bonobos on social media and shop their site, here.

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La Bohème brings Paris to West Village

Who sells their Paris flats and moves to Detroit? Eve de Castro and Jean Jeannot, that’s who. The two are now the owners of La Bohème, a new French café in the heart of West Village.

Detroit caught their eyes after de Castro saw mention of the city’s bankruptcy and kept up to date on how Detroiters were coming back from such a downfall. She is a novelist but was looking for a different adventure, so she asked Jeannot if he’d like to move to Detroit and open a French café, and he said yes. The rest is histoire.

La Bohème is bringing something new to its neighborhood of West Village – it’s a small, cozy café that prides itself on attention to detail, the owners’ French roots and products from the very best.

La Bohème not only offers coffee, breakfast and lunch, but serves tea from Paris’ own Le Palais des Thés, and serves baked goods, chocolate, quiches and pastries made by Matt Knio, formerly of Bristol Hôtel. Bristol Hôtel is a 5 star hotel in Paris and Knio now delivers pastries each morning to La Bohème from his kitchen at Birmingham’s Canelle Patisserie.

The team at La Bohème want to teach people about tea and are on hand to enlighten. They serve smoked teas, black teas, green teas and much more.

You can order croques, quiche, sandwiches, tartines and salads off of the café’s Dejeuner Menu (Lunch Menu). Try their Croque Mademoiselle, made of roasted bread, smoked salmon, fresh cream and dill, or maybe their Brigitte Sandwich, made of brie cheese, raisin, honey and walnuts, served in a crispy baguette.

The basement of the café has been renovated as an art space where de Castro and Jeannot plan to feature different local artists on a regular basis. Right now, the metal work and photography of Darko Stojanovski is on display.

We can all look forward to their crêpes, which are coming soon.

The café is open every day except Monday from 7.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Stop by at 8100 Kercheval, right near Sister Pie, and visit La Bohème on Facebook to stay updated.

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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and what better way to surprise your loved one than with a gift from just around the corner! Support Detroit’s local shops, chocolatiers, bakeries and organizations this holiday by checking out our guide and taking your pick of great local gifts that your Valentine is sure to love.

  • Bon Bon Bon / 719 Griswold, Suite 100 /
    Their new collection is finally out! Have fun treating yourself or gifting your people with fun Bons like the Bitter Bitch, the Gold Digger and the Honey Buns Bon. The new flavors are going for $3 a Bon. Check out their full description list here.
  • The TEN / 1215 Griswold /
    From Feb. 1-14, The TEN Nail Bar is offering 10% off of all deluxe services like their TENderCare Manicure or Pedicure, their Athletic Hand or Foot Treatment, or their Power Detox Treatment when you book appointments for two or more.
  • Avalon International Breads / 422 W. Willis /
    ”Share the Love” box of classic sea salt chocolate chip cookies, $20 *portion of proceeds go to Alternatives For Girls
  • The Farmer’s Hand / 1701 Trumbull /
    A Cardamon Rose Water Almond Frangipane special dessert, hand-crafted by one of their partner’s, Warda Patisserie, $5.95
  • House of Pure Vin / 1433 Woodward Ave. /
    Wine club certificate where you get three months of HOPV wine club and a private tasting for five for $99
    10% Valentine’s Day discount of all items in store.
  • Detroit Hustles Harder / 1353 Division St. 2E / DETROIT HUSTLES HARDER®
    A special rose gold foil print women’s white short sleeve DETROIT HUSTLES HARDER t-shirt, $36
  • City Bird / 460 Canfield St. /
    Cherry chocolates, earrings, greeting cards, coffee, truffles and more.
  • Red Rose Florist / 1425 Woodward Ave. /
    Flowers, candy, balloons and more *10% discount when you show your Quicken badge or when you enter “quickenfamily” at checkout
  • Vault of Midnight / 1226 Library St. /
    Blankets by Craig Thompson for $29.95
  • DIA Shop / 5200 Woodward Ave. /
    Variety of V-Day gifts, red jewelry, lavender honey, designer soaps, handbags and much more.
  • Elizabeth Neal Lingerie Boutique Pop-Up / DetroitWick, 1400 Fisher Fwy. /
    This one-day pop-up boutique will feature fashion forward lingerie with racks of bras, undies, robes, nighties and silk pajamas. *pop-up on Feb. 11, 10AM to 5PM.
  • BLUMZ / 1260 Library St. /
    Order beautiful flowers for your loved one and have them delivered locally at 15% off the regular retail price. *Use QL2010 as a promotion code at check-out.
  • Threads & Legs / 660 Woodward Ave. #15 /
    Handbags and purses on special for $26.99
  • pot & box pop-up / The Red Hook Detroit and Ferndale, 8025 Agnes St. and 220 W. 9 Mile Rd. /
    Flower pop-up until they run out (starts at 7AM)

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