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DECEMBER QUICK CLIPS

DECEMBER QUICK CLIPS

We’ve got new restaurants, a juice delivery launch, highly coveted concert tickets, new store locations and a whole slew of beauty products on this round of quick clips. Check out what’s new in Midtown, Downtown, Eastern Market and Ferndale!

2941 Street Food opens in Midtown
Throughout the Mediterranean and the Mideast, you’ll find flavor and quality in simply prepared street food and at Midtown’s new 2941 Street Food, you can get worldly flavors served up fast-casual style. The restaurant works with local farmers and the community to provide Bazaar Meals with nine selections for you to choose from. Street snacks, street platters, Samoon bread baked fresh in front of you, salads, desserts, all natural sodas, juices and imported and domestic beers and wines are available for your pleasure.
2941 Street Food, 4219 Woodward Ave., 2941streetfood.com

Beyond Juicery + Eatery offers delivery
Beyond Juicery + Eatery now delivers to all Bedrock buildings from their Eastern Market spot. There’s no minimum order, only a $1.50 delivery charge. Check out the menu and call 313-818-3502 to order.
Beyond Juicery + Eatery, 2501 Russell St., beyondjuicedetroit.com

Movement Festival tickets on sale now
Detroit’s favorite electronic music festival takes place over Memorial Weekend, May 27-29, 2017, and the tickets are on sale now! Get your tickets before the crowd for over 100 performances, local food trucks, Movement Yoga, shopping, art installations and more.
*Free admission for children 12 years and younger if accompanied by an adult
Hart Plaza, 1 Hart Plz, movement.us

Mills Apothecary shop opens on Cass Avenue
Beauty and wellness products, in addition to candles, fragrances and more are available at the new Mills Apothecary shop. The shop will stay open through the end of 2017 and the owners are looking to set up permanently somewhere in Detroit post pop-up.
Mills Apothecary, 4215 Cass Ave., millspharmacy.com

Pure Detroit opens fifth location
Pure Detroit, one of Detroit’s independent retailers, opens a new location in Midtown this month, which makes it the company’s fifth store. Pure Detroit clothing, books, home goods, Detroit gifts and more will be available for purchase. The shop will open for a preview during Noel Night on Dec. 3 and Dec. 10 is the official open date.
Pure Detroit, 70 W. Alexandrine, shop.puredetroit.com

The Conserva opens in Ferndale
Nine Mile in Ferndale is the new home of The Conserva, a restaurant with a small, artful rotating
food menu and extensive and complex wine and beer menu. After a string of pop-ups combining both art and cuisine, chef Matthew Baldridge and artist Janna Coumoundouros decided to open a space where people can relax, enjoy meats, seafoods, vegetables, fresh made mustards and more.
The Conserva, 201 E. Nine Mile, theconserva.com

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