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FALL CLIPS, WHAT'S NEW IN DETROIT

FALL CLIPS, WHAT’S NEW IN DETROIT

Fall dessert at Central Kitchen + Bar
There’s more to fall than pumpkin spice lattes, and at Central Kitchen + Bar, they’ve added a trio of special dessert items to celebrate the season and all its flavor. You can walk in and order the Apple Pie Crisp, Chocolate Ganache Tart, the Peanut Butter Semifreddo, or maybe all of them?! In addition to those masterpieces, Central is keeping their popular weekly gelato flavor, housemade sorbet and cookie sandwich, so that’s also on the table. Give your tastebuds what they want at 660 Woodward Ave.
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Dine Drink Detroit is back
Dine Drink Detroit is in its fourth year of bringing deals on meals at over 35 different restaurants for a solid three weeks in Detroit. Restaurants, including Batch Brewing Company, The Block, Bobcat Bonnie’s, Slows, Downtown Louie’s, Gold Cash Gold, Johnny Noodle King, Jolly Pumpkin, Parks & Rec Diner, Republic Tavern, Katoi and Rusted Crow Detroit, have developed special menus for the event in honor of a three week-long party. Visit the launch party on Oct. 3 from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. at West Riverfront Park, where proceeds from the event benefit the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy. There’s no need to make reservations, so plan out your schedule from Oct. 4 through Oct. 20 and get in on the action.
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Fall cocktails at Sugar House
All the cocktails on Sugar House’s new fall cocktail menu are packed with Michigan flavor and wholesome, sweet and full ingredients. Each cocktail on the menu is priced somewhere between $11 and $18, depending on the potency and ingredients used. Sugar House offers a Blackberry and Basil Cooler, made with Two James Rye Dog, a Sassafras Old Fashioned, made with single-barrel cask-strength Long Road wheat whiskey, and an Heirloom Tomato Bloody Mary, made with Two James vodka and Sugar House’s Heirloom Tomato Mix. In addition to those tasty libations, there’s also a Blue Spice and Anise cocktail, a Black Walnut and Rye Cocktail, a Coffee Cooler and more to choose from.
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Detroit Grooming Co. teams up with Karmanos
This October, Detroit Grooming Co. will debut their Pink Ribbon, a raspberry vanilla mint-scented bar of soap for the whole family in support of Breast Cancer Awareness. The Detroit-based company teamed up with Karmanos on this project as a way to support Karmanos and this month, 20 percent of all sales from the special soap go toward breast cancer research and programs at Karmanos. You can visit the shop at 23236 Woodward Ave.
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Cafe celebrates 35 years all of October
Royal Oak’s Inn Season Cafe, metro Detroit’s longest-running vegetarian and vegan restaurant, celebrates 35 years this October with a month long of specials, giveaways and events. Customers can receive discounted gift cards, free dinners, three-course meals at discounted rates, happy hour specials and more. The cafe is located at 500 E. Fourth St. Visit their Facebook to learn more about the celebration.

Sunday Brunch at Grey Ghost Detroit
Midtown’s Grey Ghost will launch their first ever Sunday Brunch service, starting on Oct. 9 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. The menu is set to include 10-12 brunchy items including Corned Pork Belly Benedict, Boston Cream Pie Pancake, Caramel Apple French Toast, plus mouthwatering sides. Grey Ghost takes their house Bloody Mary to the next level by adding mezcal and they’ll also serve up other brunch time favorite drinks. The team recommends reservations by calling 313-262-6534 or by reserving a spot via OpenTableGrey Ghost Detroit is located at 47 E. Watson and they can be found on social here.

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