Metro Detroit’s Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings, Spring 2023
The space that formerly housed the beloved Lady of the House will soon have a new life as Alpino Detroit, which fuses flavors of the Alpines, specifically influenced by traditions out of Austria, France, Germany, Italy, and Switzerland. To drink, Alpino’s beverage program will feature affordable, lesser-known, wines from the region, as well as cocktails and European style beers. According to a press release, the project is led by New York hospitality veteran and native metro Detroit, David Richter, while the kitchen will be helmed by chef Colin Campbell, of Milford, who most recently was cooking in northern Michigan. The spot’s simplistic, communal design will be inspired by European country-side farmhouses and cabins. 1426 Bagley, Detroit.
New Detroit restaurant exploring traditional dishes, wine from Alpine Mountains
DETROIT– If you are an adventurous person and on a budget, a new restaurant coming to Corktown might be right up your alley.
Alpino Detroitis set to give food lovers an authentic experience with traditional dishes and wines from the Alpine Mountains. The restaurant will be openingin the formerlocation ofLady of the House, a restaurant that closed last year.
The restaurant space is being brought back to life by Detroit native David Richter.
Regional Cuisine from the Alps Coming to Corktown this Winter
A new wine-inspired restaurant featuring regional cuisine from the Alps called Alpino is slated to open its doors this winter in Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood at 1426 Bagley St.
The restaurant location at Bagley and Trumbull is near Ford Motor’s Co.’s emerging mobility innovation campus made up of the former Michigan Central train station, the neighboring Book Depository building, and The Factory. The station is scheduled to open next year with 5,000 employees, half of whom will work for Ford, with the remaining workers made up of suppliers and mobility firms.
Alpine Mountains-Inspired Restaurant Named Alpino to Open in Detroit
A new restaurant inspired by the Alpine Mountains in Europe is opening in Detroit later this year. Named Alpino, the eatery will be located in Corktown on the corner of Bagley and Trumbull in the building formerly occupied by Lady of the House.
The 3,200-square-foot restaurant will feature an interior reminiscent of “European countryside farmhouses and cabins.” Taking inspiration from agriculture found in and around mountainous terrain, Alpino will serve traditional dishes from countries bordering the Alpine Mountains, including Austria, France, Germany, Italy, and Switzerland...
NYE 2023 Detroit Dinner Reservations & Some Favorite Takeout Options
Spotlight time! This list of NYE 2023 dinner reservations & takeout options wouldn’t be complete without a new restaurant opening this winter (NOT on NYE). The concept of Alpino is rooted in heritage, tradition, and simplicity. Alpino is inspired by the agriculture found in and around mountainous terrain, sourced from hills, rivers, and streams, focused on yearlong diversity be it fresh or preserved. The restaurant’s menu weaves together traditional dishes from countries along the Alpine Mountains in Europe. Alpino will be serving dinner seven nights a week. Stay updated HERE for their grand opening!
Location: 1426 Bagley Street in Corktown
Exploring the Flavors of Detroit: A Guide to the City’s Hottest New Restaurants
Detroit is an excellent place for food enthusiasts because it offers a diverse and exciting culinary scene. The city is home to a variety of cultural neighborhoods, each with its own unique dining experiences. From traditional Middle Eastern fare in Dearborn to farm-to-table restaurants in Corktown, there is something for every palate....