Seasonal cafe serving Kobe dogs and lobster rolls opens in Capitol Park

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PHOTO BY TOM PERKINS
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A new outdoor seasonal restaurant is up and running in downtown Detroit's Capitol Park.

The Capitol Park Cafe, which is run by Eatori Market, offers light food options, like a Kobe hot dog, lobster roll, Waldorf salad, and Halloumi grilled cheese, Crain's reports.

Specialty cocktails, beer, and wine are served out of a converted shipping container, and, like last year's Latin concept run by neighboring Prime and Proper, a pergola, greenery, and umbrellas will help keep diners cool.

The Capitol Park Cafe, which is run in partnership with Bedrock, is open Tuesday through Sunday for lunch, and will operate through September.

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