Marrow is Detroit’s new butcher-centered eatery located in the West Village, and to get a good idea of what it’s about, you’ll want to try the corned tongue — salt-cured pig or lamb tongues that are lightly charred and crisp on the outside, and soft and almost creamy on the inside. It is located at 8044 Kercheval Ave, Detroit, Michigan.
They’re arranged with a mustard sauce, yellow pickled mustard seed, chopped sprigs of fresh green dill, a pod of carrot mochi, and charred carrot. The composition is anchored by salt and an acidic bite from the sauce and seeds, while the carrots round out the texture. Like most dishes at Marrow, there’s a lot going on here, and this is one of the menu’s best options. They have over three hundred reviews on google giving them four-point-seven star reviews.
Savant, the modern French-inspired eatery and one of the year’s most anticipated restaurants will open its doors at 51 W. Forest Ave. on Tuesday, Sept. 24, and will offer half-off pricing for its entire menu — for one day only — to celebrate.
Helmed by Chef’s Table alumni from the Foundation Hotel — Jordan Whitmore and modern mixologist, Rebecca Wurster — Savant’s menu is described as being “comfort food with a twist” and will make use of seasonal ingredients. The menu includes starters, like ratatouille confit byaldi, a foie gras éclair, and the aforementioned caviar “bump” featuring tsar imperial daurenki. It is located at 51 W Forest Ave, Detroit, Michigan.
The menu also offers a selection of traditional sandwiches, including the Burger Américain, and the Croque, which comes in both monsieur and madame varieties. The menu also lists a limited item, the Waygu steak-Frites au Poivre, which is priced at $37.95. As of right now, there is only one dessert option and it’s as French as it comes: the Crème brûlée. They have over seventy reviews on google giving them four-point-three star reviews.
Lady of the House is someone many of us grew up with, rooted in our own families and homes. She’s the matriarch, the maternal archetype symbolizing warmth, hospitality, and pleasant control. She’s the person who taught us to cook, and host, in the same way, that Chef Kate’s mother and grandmothers taught her as a child.
This idea, very real for every member of the Lady family, is a way of thinking about things, of taking care, of preparing food and drink with love, and gratitude. We embody the strength, perseverance, generosity, and care that symbolizes every Lady of the House, whether she’s preparing a meal, or working hard to build a better life for loved ones and beyond. It is located at 1426 Bagley St, Detroit, Michigan.
Lady of the House is a Modern American restaurant and bar by Chef Kate Williams in Detroit’s historic Corktown neighborhood. Our menus demonstrate a passion for knowledge and technique, with special emphasis on freshness and creativity, also reflecting a strong commitment to community sourcing and support of Michigan farms. They have over seven hundred reviews on google giving them four-point-six star reviews.
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