Surviving the winter is the focus of many local restaurant owners now. Many are making pandemic pivots while trying anything they can to keep their business open and their staff employed. And they’re doing it in creative ways.
If you’d like your kitchen to smell like you cooked a gourmet meal without having to do the work, Grey Ghost in Detroit has the answer, offering easy meal kits!
Tales of the Cocktail Foundation is honored to announce the Top 10 nominees for this year’s Spirited Awards. Best Restaurant Bar: Grey Ghost Detroit
A fraction of Eater Detroit’s 38 essential restaurants are still serving customers despite the novel coronavirus pandemic
Look for wine, beer and cocktails with fine cuisine. Standout drinks include the Ghost martini with Ghost gin, Dolin Dry, Dolin Blanc and orange bitters; the Pinky Promise cocktail with gin or vodka, St. Germain, Aperol and lemon; and a simple gin and tonic with lime.
Modern-day Detroit would confound the Iroquois who originally inhabited the land, as well as the French fur traders who arrived in 1701. Once driven by automotive prosperity, the city has endured hard times from deindustrialization and political miscalculation. But over the last decade, low rents have lured chefs, artists and innovators of all kinds, including urban farmers and winemakers, whose venues have sprouted across neighborhoods. Here’s where to find fresh ideas in Motor City.
When Tim Winterfield learned that ultra-marathoners reach their peak in their 60s, it both inspired and motivated him. He took up long-distance biking, as in dozens of miles per day, which led to two separate journeys stretching up to 1,800 miles along both coasts of America.
As beverage director, bartender, and an owner of Grey Ghost and Second Best in Detroit’s Brush Park neighborhood, Will Lee oversees both beverage programs and also serves up a myriad of creative cocktails. His background in illustration and graphic design has shaped the way he approaches his craft with an artistic flair.