Here are the 3 freshest new businesses to launch in Detroit

Smith & Co. | Photo: Jeff C./Yelp


Interested in getting intel on the freshest new spots in Detroit? From pierogies to Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine, read on for the newest businesses to debut recently.

Pietrzyk Pierogi

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Pietrzyk Pierogi is a Polish spot located at 1429 Gratiot Ave. that has earned 4.5 stars from three Yelp reviews.

This spot originated in 2014 as a pop-up shop by owner Erica Pietrzyk, using her family's recipes. On the menu, look for veggie and meat-stuffed pierogies. Other eats include fried garlic rings and smoked kielbasa. 

Smith & Co.

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Stop by 644 Selden St. in Midtown and you'll find Smith & Co., a new New American spot. Yelpers are fans of Smith & Co.: It's has 4.5 stars out of 13 reviews, so far.

This spot occupies the century-old Smith Welding Supply & Equipment Company, according to the Detroit Metro Times. Expect to find bites like braised lamb gyros, fried chicken bowls and honey corn cake for dessert. On the drink list, look for specialty cocktails like the Prom Night Punch, a medley of vodka, blackberry, lemon and mint. 


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A newcomer to Core City, Magnet is a restaurant that's located at 4848 Grand River. Thus far, it's garnered four stars from 12 reviews on Yelp.

Magnet, which focuses on wood-fired Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine, comes from the restaurant group that also operates Takoi in Corktown, according to Detroit Eater. On the seasonal menu, look for eats like smoked prime rib and ash-roasted fennel topped with corn, pistachios and blueberry dressing. 

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