City of Detroit to enforce pandemic restrictions on Opening Day
“Opening Day is always a holiday here in Michigan,” said Brass Rail Bar manager Kevin Weathers. It’s time for the first home game of the Detroit Tigers season, but this year, it will be a lot different than previous years. READ: Detroit Tigers prepare for Opening Day amid COVID pandemic“We have everything 6 feet apart. “Let me say this: Opening Day is not going to be the same we’re accustomed to because of the pandemic,” said Detroit Chief Public Health Officer Denise Fair. The Detroit Tigers and the city are enforcing special precautions for Opening Day.
Metro Detroit bars and restaurants prepare for Super Bowl crowd
DETROIT – The drinks are flowing and the food is fresh and hot inside the Brass Rail Pizza Bar in Downtown Detroit. The first week of allowing customers back inside restaurants and bars was a success. Kevin Weathers, the bar manager at Brass Rail on Adams Avenue, said they’re now preparing for the biggest game in the NFL Season. “We do have a private party. “I think we’re going to be open and events will be coming back and Detroit is going to be bustling,” Weathers concluded.
Celebrate National Pizza Month at this downtown Detroit restaurant with a familiar name
All of October is National Pizza Month so to celebrate for Dine in the D we wanted to go someplace special, and for our movie reviewer, Greg Russell, Brass Rail in Downtown Detroit takes the slice. Now, if the name "Brass Rail" sounds familiar to you, it's probably because it is. They had three locations throughout the city, one of them being in the same building as the current Brass Rail. Brass Rail Pizza Bar serves up a variety of different pizzas, including several specialty pizzas like their popular "Wakey Wakey," which features steak, breakfast potatoes, bacon, and eggs. If you would like to try out Brass Rail Pizza Bar, they are located at 18 West Adams in downtown Detroit.