This month, we see the restaurant closures outweighing the openings.
Part of that speaks to the real estate boom in places like Corktown, where Casey's Pub failed to stay afloat amid growing competition. In its place next month will be an as-of-yet-named dive bar that will feature Cali-style tacos (don't worry, folks, it will not be called Hoffa's Hideout, as originally noted).
Meanwhile, we saw yet another sushi spot, Sushi Coup, quietly open in Rochester Hills, while the state's first two full-service Chick-fil-A chains opened in Troy and Lansing, as well as the reopening of Como's in Ferndale, which in September, shuttered temporarily because of a long list of health code violations.
See also: Corktown, tacos, and 'Hoffa's Hideout'
Rockefellers Oyster Bar & Grill,
15402 Mack Ave.
Grosse Pointe Park
Parker Street Market,
1814 Parker St.
1830 Michigan Ave.
260 N. Old Woodward Ave.
Moo Cluck Moo,
42126 Ford Road
531 Monroe Ave.
See also: Fire destroys Grosse Pointe Park restaurant, apartments and Bob Bashara's former dungeon
See also: Birmingham's Arthur Avenue Italian eatery shutters for good
201 Michigan St. NW
304 N. Main St.
2800 W. Big Beaver Road, #323
5617 W. Saginaw Highway
147 W. Auburn Road
See also: Korean chicken wings, customized sushi bowls now available in Rochester Hills
See also: Die-hard fans line up 24 hours before first two Michigan Chick-fil-A openings
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