A new Jolly Pumpkin is planned for Dearborn

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A Margherita pizza, truffle fries, and North Peak Diabolical IPA, from Jolly Pumpkin in Detroit. - ROB WIDDIS
  • Rob Widdis
  • A Margherita pizza, truffle fries, and North Peak Diabolical IPA, from Jolly Pumpkin in Detroit.

A new Jolly Pumpkin is planned as part of the redevelopment of Wagner Place in West Dearborn.

The Detroit News reports that the Dexter-based brewery will join a new breakfast and lunch spot called The Great Commoner, City Barbeque, Eleanor's Café, Modern Greek and Salad Bar, Paradise Biryani Pointe Indian Cuisine and Yogurtown.



Ford spent $60 million to renovate the Wagner Hotel, which was previously vacant for 10 years. It's moving about 600 employees into the space.

Jolly Pumpkin opened two new locations last year and is planning another to be part of a redevelopment of the Detroit Metropolitan Airport’s North Terminal.



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