Michigan restaurants received yet another blow this week, learning they won’t be allowed to offer dine-in service until February 1 at the earliest. The previous MDHHS epidemic health order limiting indoor dining was set to expire Jan. 15.
In the midst of the industry’s darkest hour, three metro Detroit staples are getting some national attention, all in an effort to keep them afloat.
Esquire recently published “100 Restaurants American Can’t Afford to Lose,” in which it named a beloved Dearborn bakery and Detroit’s most iconic Coney competitors.
We checked out Shatila Bakery’s Dearborn location, which Esquire described as “a glimpse into paradise” for any lover of sweets.
“..But for Dearborn’s sizable population of families with roots in the Arab world, the colorful displays of cookies and cakes at Shatila represent something more: a bedrock community center, a village square for customers old and young, as well as a living link to the flavors and textures of the Middle East,” said one of the editors.
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