The Farmer's Hand is Growing - FOLK Opens in Detroit
The Farmer’s Hand is Growing – FOLK Opens in Detroit
FOLK brings fresh food to Corktown and a menu that will have you eating well and feeling good.
The corner of Bagley and Trumbull is a lot brighter as FOLK joins its sister shop The Farmer’s Hand and neighbor Mama Coo’s Boutique in the historic brick storefront. The self-seating diner is a bright and refreshing addition to the popular neighborhood intersection. The interior layout represents the community and offers space for family dining, cozy dates, and social bar top seating. The seasonal and vibrant menu expands on the offerings of the popular grocer and will leave you wanting more.
FOLK’s menu features an array of brunch meals that fall into the categories of All Day Brekky, Bread, Bowls and Family Meal Sharing (additional family meals items are available on the weekend menu). Discover and enjoy your favorites while they last because FOLK sources its food from local farms and the menu will change based on seasonal availability. Throughout the menu you’ll find unique additions to tried and true favorites. The fresh ingredients are inspired by the Asian, Australian and Congolese heritage of the owners, Kiki Louya and Rohani Foulkes.
In addition to expanding the city’s morning meal options, FOLK also provides Corktown with its first ice cream counter – offering select flavors from Reilly Craft Creamery. The locally produced ice cream is available in a bowl, on a cone or in some coffee.
Louya and Foulkes are two of Detroit’s trailblazing female entrepreneurs and will continue their efforts to reshape the way business is done in the city by providing their employees with a fair living wage.
1701 Trumbull, Detroit, Michigan 48216
Monday, Wednesday-Friday: 7am to 3pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9am to 3pm