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Renovations at Hudson Café

Founded in 2011, The Hudson Café was born in the heart of Detroit just before the city’s much-publicized revival began. Located on Woodward Avenue between Grand River and State Street, the name is a nod to the iconic Hudson’s department store, which was located directly across the street on Woodward Avenue. The café temporarily closed at the end of January for some much-needed renovation. The newly designed space will include a new layout which will allow the restaurant to decrease wait times and increase productivity in a modern and welcoming dining room. A post on the restaurant’s facebook page states, “When we first opened in downtown Detroit, we took a big risk. Over the years, however, your love and support has not gone unnoticed. This renovation is a good problem to have, and it’s our turn to give back to you.” The Hudson Café also will add a secondary restaurant at 6 Mile and Haggerty Road in Northville. According to owner Tom Teknos, the Northville café is slated to open in mid-February and the Detroit location will reopen by the first week of April. 1241 Woodward Avenue, Detroit.


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