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Mary Judge’s Stand 44

Stand 44 has made its debut at Greenfield Village and is the first sit-down restaurant to open at the historic Dearborn attraction since the early 1990’s. The name, “Stand 44,” honors the stall where celebrated local huckster Mary Judge sold her goods in the Detroit Central Market. The restaurant’s architecture is based on the designs of early 20th century architect Albert Kahn. Stand 44 is LEED-certified (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), meaning the building has been awarded a globally recognized symbol of sustainability. Plus, all of the waste produced by the restaurant will be composted into a rich soil amendment to be used in the historic farms and gardens. Sustainability is reflected throughout the restaurant from its dishes and dining environment to the behind-the-scenes operations and building materials. It is the first facility in Greenfield Village to compost all of its own waste. The innovative menu offers selections that are prepared from scratch with fresh, local and seasonal ingredients that celebrate the Great Lakes growing community. The rotating menu features chef selections such as roasted salmon with gnocchi and quinoa cakes atop peppery arugula. Comforting chicken noodle soup and hearty roast beef sandwiches and salads are made from the best Michigan ingredients. The new restaurant is open during the Village’s hours, seven days a week, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 20900 Oakwood Boulevard, Dearborn


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