SheWolf Plastificio & Bar is located in the Cass Corridor of the Midtown area in Detroit, Michigan. They got the name after a mythological story about twins, Remus and Romulus, were sentenced to death by a jealous king. They abandoned the children on the banks of the Tiber River where it is said a she-wolf found them and took them into her cave. Those boys grew into men and returned to the Tiber River where they built the city of Rome.
Anthony Lombardo is the Executive Chef of SheWolf Plastificio & Bar as well as co-owner. Prior to graduating from The Culinary Institute of America located in New York in 2004, Anthony spent time in Bra, Italy working as a butcher in a salami shop. After his graduation, he worked in several high-end restaurants before opening SheWolf Plastificio & Bar.
General Manager, Natalie Tocco, grew up in Grosse Pointe. She loved visiting Detroit and moved there soon after graduation. Here talent for making the clientele feel special shows in their over four hundred and fifty reviews on the internet giving them a strong four-point-six-star rating.
Detroit Shipping Company is the brainchild of three native Michiganders. Their goal was to build a twelve thousand square-foot venue in the Cass Corridor section of Detroit, Michigan. The venue included street-food vendors, a beer garden, artists’ space, and retail stores that were located in shipping containers.
They started the Detroit Shipping Company project in August of 2015 but were delayed due to red tape. Once they broke ground, they agreed to have only up-scale food vendors in the venue.
Their vision for a one stop place to get a beer, eat great food and shop has won over the public. They have over thirteen hundred positive posts online giving them a four- and one-half-star rating.
Green Dot Stables is located at 2200 W. Lafayette Boulevard in Detroit, Michigan. After being married in 2010, owners Jacques and Christine, who were living in San Diego, began writing in notebooks the concept of the restaurant they would eventually open in Detroit.
They were married in 2010 and decided to take an unplanned trip to Seattle where their best man, Stephen had recently moved. They spent the next three days partying around the city exploring bourbon bars that looked like a cave and old churches that were turned into gothic clubs.
They met a Hungarian-Polish baby-faced boy who had just graduated from culinary school. They hit it off right away and shared with him their dream of opening Green Dot Stables showing him their concept notebooks.
They moved to Detroit a mere eight weeks later to begin their dream of opening their restaurant. They have had great success and can boast about their over forty-two hundred evaluations on the world wide web that give them a four-point-six-star rating.
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