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What’s new at the Siren

Ash—Bar has opened on the second floor of Detroit’s Siren Hotel in the space formerly occupied by Karl’s. The Siren Hotel itself was restored and reborn from the city’s iconic Wurlitzer building, which had a rich history in Detroit’s cultural scene as a store and manufacturer for musical instruments upon it’s opening in 1926. The interiors of the new bar and eatery are meant to evoke the essence of Detroit during its “boom era,” transporting guests back in time to a bustling, machine-age dining space. The kitchen is helmed by Chef Scott Martinelli (former executive sous chef at Sylvan Table) who takes an old-world approach to the food program, infusing historic reference and recipes to dishes such as steak frites, Milanese, and trout a la meuniere as well as fresh-made pastas. The menu is designed to embody the spirit of the quintessential European cafe seen through an Americana lens. Ash—Bar offers a daily breakfast, lunch, aperitivo, and dinner menu, offering small plates, as well as an extravagant “Breakfast du Weekend,” that is served until mid-afternoon on Saturdays and Sundays. The bar is led by The Siren’s Food & Beverage Director, Nick Arone, who concocts classic cocktails and freezer batched martinis with a focus on heritage producers. 1509 Broadway Street, Detroit


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