New Restaurant/Butcher Shop Opening in Detroit’s West Village  –  Deadline Detroit

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Marrow, a new restaurant and butcher shop in Detroit’s West Village, is set to open Sunday, Eater Detroit reports.


The restaurant at 8044 Kercheval Ave. is owned by managing partner Ping Ho of the Royce and and chef Greg Reyner of Cafe Muse.


Chef Sarah Welch, previous executive chef at Republic and Parks & Rec Diner, is running the kitchens, reports Brenna Houck of Eater, who writes:


Welch’s menu will change with the season and is dependant on the cuts coming out of the butcher shop. Diners can expect options like beef navel and duck liver yakitori, pig skin popcorn, roasted bone marrow, marrow croquettes, and dumplings. Welch also plans on including some egg dishes and vegetable dishes in the rotation. Customers can mix and match small plates or choose from small, medium, and large coursed meals.


 

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