Promenade Artisan Foods is now serving pastries in Detroit's Fisher Building

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Detroit's New Center area now has another new dining option.

Trenton-based Promenade Artisan Foods expanded with a second location, situated in the Fisher Building. The Detroit spot opened on Tuesday, just in time for Paczki Day — with Promenade offering "craczki," or their take on the Polish favorite using croissant dough.



Aside from pastries, the spot serves lunches and grab-and-go dinners.

The restaurant takes the space of the former City Bakery, which closed during the pandemic.



A number of restaurants have opened or are opening soon in the area. East African restuarant Baobab Fare opened last week, joining nearby YumVillage Afro-Caribbean Market Pantry. A forthcoming second location for Supino Pizzeria is also on the way, as well as Joe Louis Southern Kitchen.

Promenade Artisan Foods is located at 3011 E Grand Blvd., Detroit; 734-307-7061; promenadeartisanfoods.square.site. Due to the pandemic, business hours will be open from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. on Thursdays through March 18, when they will expand to Monday-Saturday.

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