Imperial and Public House owners move forward with new Ferndale restaurant

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Ferndale's Working Class Outlaws — the group behind Imperial and Public House — are moving forward on what appears to be a Japanese-related concept called AntiHero.

The project has been discussed for several years but the restaurant group hasn't offered many details beyond the location — next door to Public House. However, an employee previously told Metro Times to expect a Japanese-inspired menu.



Eater reports that executive chef Brandon Zarb revealed the restaurant's name in material for his pop up dinner at Hamtramck's Revolver on Friday, April 6.

In a bio of Zarb on its site, Revolver writes that AntiHero is "a brand new endeavor in Downtown Ferndale, quietly in the works. The location is secured and in transition. The general theme is set. Specifics [and] menu are developing. Come out to (revolver) on April 6th for a hint at what's in store."



We've reached out to Working Class Outlaws for more details. 

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