Are you looking for game-day eats in the D?
The countdown is underway to Tigers’ Opening Day, and you know fans won’t just be focused on baseball, but also food. Mootz Pizzeria + Bar might be a good spot to grab some game-day eats to-go. The pizzeria is just a few blocks away from Comerica Park, and will be serving up slices on Opening Day, which is Friday, April 8.
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Aubree’s Pizzeria reopens Dexter restaurant for carryout and delivery
DEXTER, MI -- Aubree’s Pizzeria in Dexter has reopened after more than a week-long closure due to employees testing positive for the coronavirus. However, Aubree’s reopening this week, which began Monday, Oct. 26, is only for takeout and delivery, according to a Facebook post. The restaurant, at 8031 Main St. in Dexter, closed on Friday, Oct. 16 after learning an employee has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a Facebook post. Aubree’s then announced several more employees also had tested positive for COVID-19 and kept the restaurant closed for deep cleaning and sanitation. Aubree’s Pizzeria temporarily closes Dexter location due to possible COVID-19 exposureCustomers can order online or by calling 734-424-1400.mlive.com
Aubree’s Pizzeria temporarily closes Dexter location due to possible COVID-19 exposure
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