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Updates at Coriander Kitchen

Alison Heeres and Gwen Meyer, the dynamic duo and co-owners of Coriander Kitchen and Farm closed the restaurant for the winter season due to the seasonality of being located directly on the Jefferson Chalmers canals in Detroit. While the restaurant has been closed, the team at Coriander has been working hard on locally-infused menu items, prepping for the 2023 growing season at their sister farm, and renovating their space to include more retail options, new hours and more days, as well as being open for full service on evenings and weekends, live local music, and opening their doors for private and community-based events. The uniquely-modern-old-quirky-bold-functional aesthetic is embraced throughout every aspect of the space, with a recent shift to use the space upstairs for private events, which can hold up to 100 seated guests. A new mini retail market filled with house-made salads and sandwiches, as well as other locally made goods, can be enjoyed by guests on the canal for weekday lunch, and/or grab and go (by land or boat). The new spring menu features a variety of dishes that embrace Coriander’s farm-to-table dining experience, including a veggie mezza board; corn jalapeño hushpuppies; a spring soba bowl; smoked Michigan potato and broccoli salad; lentil and kale Caesar; and fresh smoked salmon dip. 14601 Riverside Boulevard, Detroit corianderkitchenandfarm.com




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