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August 12, 2020

 “Just so you don’t think that we’re crazy, the original grand opening date was scheduled for March 28 of this year,” laughed Andi Numan, a partner in The Ebenezer in downtown Plymouth, which opened in June. Located in the basement of an old bank building at 305 Fleet Street, their main entrance is through an alley, that takes you to the windowless basement, where the interior was created by Birmingham’s Ron & Roman. On one side of the establishment is where the bar and tabletops are, and the other is a lounge area with large furniture. Keeping with the speakeasy era-theme, the interior has true antiques, giving it a 1900s feel but with a fresh touch. As for the drink menu, expect a rotating one of true craft cocktails, like their old fashioned and Rosé Martini – the latter comes with a smoke bubble that sits on top of the drink and pops when touched. They also have a dining menu with an extravagant charcuterie board, entrees like their bone-in short rib and rosemary lamb shank, and multiple vegetarian and gluten free options. Partnered with Stefan Stefanakis, who owns the Greek Islands eatery on the first floor, the name of the craft cocktail bar is in tribute to its history, and named after Ebenezer Penniman, who was the first president of the bank back in the 1800s. The Ebenezer also has jazz during the week and a DJ on Friday and Saturday night.

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Metro Intelligencer is a periodic column about the vibrant and changing restaurant/dining scene in the metro Detroit area, reported/written by Dana Casadei.