A local hidden treasure is under new ownership. Orchard Grove Tavern announced this week that the business is updating their menu while keeping regular favorites. The restaurant is located at 19110 Middle Belt Road, adjacent to the fire station. (Photo/Yelp)
A hidden treasure in the Huron Township area announced that it is under new ownership.
Orchard Grove Tavern has been a local staple for many years, and the new owners who took over the business recently say they will continue that tradition.
“We are very excited to announce new ownership of Orchard Grove Inn,” the business said on their Facebook page. “As the Denman Family move on to enjoy their well deserved golden years, they have passed on their legacy to our family. We look forward to serving all of you with the same passion, delicious food and outstanding service just as they have for nearly four decades. New and exciting things happening! Come on in to meet us and see while enjoying a great meal.”
The restaurant’s owners said they will be keeping the current menu while updating it by adding some new items to it.
“Seafood is still a staple favorite with a great selection of choices,” the restaurant posted.
They are located at 19110 Middle Belt Road, adjacent to the fire station.
Check out the business Facebook page for their hours and to stay informed on updates at the restaurant.
“I was able to get the building back where we were before. We will be reopening, I will post the date as soon as I have an in stone date,” the post said. “There is going to be one change, the name. It has been changed over to Tiffany’s On The River. We are very excited to open our doors again and see all of our wonderful loyal customers smiling faces. I look forward to this journey.”
On Jan. 9, BIGGBY® COFFEE is brewing up something special for National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Across the nation, law enforcement officers, retired and active, will get a free 16oz beverage of their choice on us.
BIGGBY® COFFEE believes everyone deserves to build a life they love. Through community service, friendly coffee shops, and encouraging fundraising in their coffee shops, BIGGBY® COFFEE knows that building lives we love would not be possible without the sacrifices of our men and women in law enforcement.
That’s why this National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, BIGGBY® COFFEE is brewing up a special “thank you” for all law enforcement. As a way to say thank you for serving us, BIGGBY® COFFEE is serving all active and retired law enforcement one free 16oz beverage on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, Thursday, January 9, at all participating BIGGBY® COFFEE across the nation. All you need to do is show a valid ID, and your drink is on us.
While it may be a small token of thanks, we hope that our nation’s active and retired law enforcement officers feel a little bit of love from BIGGYB® COFFEE as we strive to brew love into each cup we hand out.
Raise your lattes with BIGGBY® COFFEE on Jan. 9 as we say thank you to the unsung heroes of all of our communities.
Business profile submitted by Sam Bates of Grass Roots Nursery
Grass Roots is a name that has been in Huron Township for almost half a century. Starting off a
new decade has really put some things into perspective, and we would really like to share these
thoughts with whoever may be reading. We have survived off almost all word of mouth advertising since conception in 1973 and we are truly blessed to have such a loyal and passionate customer base and community. 2020 will be our 47th year in business and we have never been this excited and grateful. Thank you to anyone and everyone from the past, present and future who has kept this small family business alive. It quite literally means the world to us.
Starting as a tree and shrub nursery, we evolved into something else entirely over the years.
Our focus, as I am sure some of you may know, is waterfalls, koi ponds, landscaping, etc. Don’t worry, none of that is changing or going away. However, the seasonality of the current business doesn’t leave enough room for growth for our 2nd and now 3rd generation, so we are starting a new endeavor and would like to make our community and current customer base aware of this micro evolution to our company.
We are now growing microgreens! For those of you who may be familiar, these are different
than sprouts. As you read this, we have delicious, nutritious and beautiful microgreens growing
hydroponically. Our goal with growing these is to educate and supply as many people as we can with these tiny wonders of the world. Most are exponentially more dense in nutrition than their adult counterparts and have an insane amount of vitamins comparatively to most other foods in general.
What kinds are there and how are they used?
Just like other veggies, there seems to be an infinite amount of microgreen varieties as well.
We are currently growing sunflower and pea shoots along with broccoli, radishes, tatsoi, kale and our own blends that we call spring mix and spicy mix. Just like each of the greens having their own nutrient and vitamin profile, they each have very distinct tastes that make them different. The versatility of microgreens is incredible, however I will share how we use them on a daily basis.
No need for hot sauce on your eggs in the morning when you have daikon or red Rambo
radish greens to add a bit of spice to kick off your morning. Broccoli and sunflower are both great additions to smoothies to add flavor and bunches of vitamins and minerals. Tatsoi has a mild taste with a bit of a peppery finish and makes for a great green crunch to sandwiches. Many people use these as garnishes to dishes for a bit of flavor, but our favorite way to use them is in higher quantities so we can obtain more benefits from the nutrition as well as their lovely flavors.
Questions, Comments or Concerns?
Like we said earlier, we appreciate our community, customers and everyone in between. The
least we can do for you, is answer anything you feel is left unsaid here.
Five new restaurants opened inside of Detroit Metro Airport’s North Terminal recently representing the second part of a $21 million multi-phased dining redevelopment project. (Photos courtesy of Wayne County Airport Authority)
The restaurants that opened recently include Starbucks, McDonald’s, Detroit-based National Coney Island, Common Grace Coffee Co., a local café specializing in the roasting of fine specialty coffees, MOD Pizza, a pizza chain that offers hand-cooked pizzas in just minutes.
“Detroit Metropolitan Airport is known for its many dining options,” said Wayne County Airport Authority CEO Chad Newton. “We are pleased to offer new concepts and even more choices for those traveling through our North Terminal. DTW is consistently being recognized for its terminal facilities, and our concessions are a key reason why. I’m confident our customers will enjoy the fresh appeal of our newest locations.”
The restaurants are operated by four concessionaires, including HMSHost, DTW North Partners, LLC, NAC-MAC Concessions, LLC and McDonald’s USA.
“National Coney Island is thrilled to be an ongoing partner with WCAA, and to open a new location in the North Terminal at Metro Airport,” said National Coney Island CEO Tom Giftos. “We are a Detroit-based brand that has always taken a tremendous amount of pride in our name and our presence here in Southeast Michigan. To be a part of the airport, which is a gateway to our city, is very special. As air travel continues to evolve in the coming years, we hope to bring a renewed spirit to the terminal and be an integral component of the world-class concessions program at Detroit Metro.”
The Airport Authority says to ensure a variety of food options are available for customers at all times, the transformation is divided into four phases.
The third phase of the redevelopment, which includes Pei Wei, Brioche Dorée, Chick-Fil-A and Anita’s Kitchen, is expected to be completed this winter.
Owners Duane and Lisa Mendenhall are opening The Family Fridge Ice Cream and Eatery on Friday, with their grand opening event hosted on Saturday. The business will offer several different soft serve ice cream options and a full menu of food. (Photo courtesy Lisa Mendenhall)
Three restaurants opened for business in June at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport’s North Terminal. The restaurants include: Cantoro Italian Market Trattoria, Air Margaritaville, Detroit Street Café featuring Zingerman’s Coffee, and Atwater Brewery. (Photos courtesy of Detroit Metro Airport)
Posted by The Huron Hub on Monday, Sept. 9, 2019
Detroit Metro Airport is hosting a job fair on behalf of its concessionaires. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, September 14 at Nomads – 10100 Middlebelt Rd., Romulus, Michigan 48174.
Management teams from several concessionaires will be on site, interviewing candidates for full- and part-time positions in the McNamara and North terminals.
Opportunities are available at several retail and dining locations including EA Sports, Running Fit, Explore Afar, Cat Cora Tap Room, National Coney Island, Andiamo, Starbucks, Wendy’s, McDonald’s, Chick-fil-A and many others.
Staff from the newest restaurants in the North Terminal: Cantoro Italian Market Trattoria, Atwater Brewery, Air Margaritaville and MOD Pizza will also be on site conducting interviews.
“One of the ways Detroit Metropolitan Airport contributes to our region’s economy is by employing more than 17,000 workers,” said Wayne County Airport Authority CEO Chad Newton. “If you want to join the team, meet people from all over the world and provide quality customer service, your next job may be right here at the airport.”
Job fair participants must be at least 18 years old and should bring two pieces of identification: a state identification card or driver’s license and their original social security card or birth certificate with seal. Any offers of employment will require successful completion of an airport background check.
“There are so many opportunities for employment and growth at DTW,” said Vice President of AJA & Associates and Joint Venture Partner Julie Anders. “Working at the airport offers a diverse platform for you to learn, grow and succeed. Attending the job fair may be the start of a new adventure.”
For more information, job seekers should contact WCAA’s Concessions team at (734) 942-3751, send an email to email@example.com or text DTWJOBS to 31996.