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Updated Townhouse Detroit

Townhouse Detroit opened in 2015, at the beginning of Detroit’s burgeoning restaurant scene, and now owner Jeremy Sasson says it’s time for a renovation. The new space will be a departure from its former aesthetic, which embodied the industrial history of the Motor City with dark wood accents, polished concrete floors, leather upholstered chairs, a heavy use of metalwork and mason jar light fixtures. The Heirloom Hospitality team has tapped local firm Parini Design to create various dining environments constructed from lighter, contemporary materials, reminiscent of the sophisticated townhouses found in the United Kingdom. The design overhaul is matched with a revamp of their old menu. The former sushi bar is being swapped out for a gourmet dessert bar to serve the team’s vision of building a more robust pastry program, while the remainder of the menu will reflect a lighter and elevated direction. Guests can expect more seafood and vegetable-forward plates, luxe ingredients like caviar and king crab, as well as an emphasis on wine selections, with the addition of a new temperature-controlled bottle cabinet system. Townhouse Detroit is located at 500 Woodward Avenue and planned to reopen August 11th.


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