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  • Cafe 78 opens inside MOCAD Detroit

    Friday evening is the official opening for Café 78 which is a collaboration between Wright & Company and the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD). This will be a slight change of pace for owner Dave Kwiatkowski as Café 78 will open at 8am during the week and serve Anthology coffee in drip, pour-over and espresso form, as well as a selection of sweet and savory pastries from Pinwheel Bakery in Ferndale. Lunch and dinner menu will start at 11 a.m. to close and will include a selection of soups, salads, sandwiches and snacks, such as chicken liver mousse on crostini with bacon, hard boiled egg and parsley, and pea-meal bacon sliders on brioche with honey mustard sauce. Sugar House-trained bartenders will mix you up a craft cocktail from a rotating mixed-drink list, or serve you a glass of beer or wine. Café 78 also provides secure parking and Wi-Fi.

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