Burger restaurant Lovers Only targets an early March opening

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Lovers Only chef Justin Tootla, owner Eli Boyer, and chef Jennifer Jackson. - COURTESY PHOTO
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  • Lovers Only chef Justin Tootla, owner Eli Boyer, and chef Jennifer Jackson.

Long-awaited downtown Detroit burger and sandwich restaurant Lovers Only is approaching its opening.
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Eater
reports the Capitol Park restaurant is set for health department inspections in early March, is expecting to receive its liquor license around the same time, and is already training staff.

It's the second restaurant for Eli Boyer, who launched the successful Voyager seafood spot in Ferndale last year. He's again teaming up with Voyager chefs Justin Tootla and Jennifer Jackson for this project.
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No menu is yet  available, so check back soon for details on that front.


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