Katoi announces its re-opening date and a new restaurant

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Katoi will fully reopen to the public on Aug. 28, and its owners are planning a new restaurant, the Freep reports

The hip Thai-inspired Corktown eatery burned in a February fire and has remained closed since.



The Freep also reports that co-owner Phillip Kafka is planning a food and beverage-focused development for the Magnet Radiator Works building at Grand River Avenue and 16th Street.

It'll include a commissary kitchen, coffee roasting plant, and public green space, and Kafka is targeting a spring 2018 opening.





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