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The Peterboro reopens

Popular Cass Corridor restaurant, The Peterboro, is a Detroit neighborhood favorite that offers contemporary Chinese-American classics along with an extensive bar menu featuring original house and classic cocktails, beer, sake, wine, and spirits. The establishment opened its doors in 2016, and closed for renovations in July 2022. Initially formed as a partnership between managing partner Chuck Inchaustegui and the Detroit Optimist Society Restaurant Group (Sugar House, Wright & Co., Honest John’s and others), the restaurant has just recently reopened with Chuck Inchaustegui taking over as the sole owner.  Inchaustegui is a resident of Birmingham and a graduate of Seaholm High School who worked his way through the restaurant industry beginning as a dishwasher at Ember’s Deli in Bloomfield. Now at the helm of The Peterboro, Inchaustegui has made some a few changes during the restaurant’s closure. The menu has become narrower, but as Inchaustegui points out, “we wanted to do fewer items and do them really well.” Popular dishes such as their almond boneless chicken and the famous cheeseburger spring rolls. Becca Henry (former executive chef of Cholon, Denver) has taken over as a head chef. As for cosmetic changes, new signage and graphic have been added along with some greenery to soften the interior.  420 Peterboro, Detroit  thepeterboro.com





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