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The Hudson Cafe coming to Troy

It’s been quite a year for owner Tom Teknos and The Hudson Cafe. In 2011, the flagship restaurant was founded in Detroit 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 eatery is famous for its decadent brunch offerings, such as red velvet pancakes with cream cheese frosting and s’more French toast stuffed with marshmallow and Nutella. In early 2023, the cafe temporary closed and reopened after extensive renovations. Also at that time, The Hudson Cafe added a secondary restaurant at 6 Mile and Haggerty Road in Northville. Now the restaurant is on the move again – announcing on social media that they will be adding a third location, this time in Troy. “We are so excited to team up once again with the incredible Windy City for our construction, beautiful Interior by the amazing team at Olon Interior, and Iconic Realty to bring our one-of-a-kind breakfast, brunch and lunch cuisine to Troy. We cannot wait to be part of the community and see everyone at our new location,” the post reads. The new Hudson Cafe will be located at Big Beaver and Crooks, just off I-75 and is slated to open later this year.


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