In this CNN Money interview, we find out how and why Scott Moloney, a private banker of 18 years, decided to pursue his dream career in the food industry, specifically making ice cream.
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Summer in Michigan is always a great time to find your favorite local watering hole and relax on the patio with a nice, cold beer. In Detroit, it’s no different. But these days, Detroiters aren’t limited to just cans of Black Label or bottles of Miller High Life.
The burgeoning craft beer industry has found quite a niche in the Motor City, with more than a dozen breweries operating in and around the metro area. With the days getting longer and warmer, there is no shortage of folks looking for a refreshing summer brew. And the local Detroit-area breweries are happy to oblige.
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Think you can’t have a good meal without meat on the menu? A good vegetarian dish makes even a die-hard, meat-and-potatoes fan forget one of their staples is missing. Whether you’re vegetarian or not, you can get your daily allowance of fruits and veggies at one of these metro Detroit vegetarian and vegan restaurants.
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This year, Feb. 12 is Fat Tuesday, the last day before the season of Lent where many Christians refrain from indulgent treats. For Detroiters it’s better known as Paczki Day, when local bakeries serve up dozens of traditional Polish pastries as a last chance to enjoy a sweet treat. Whether or not you observe Lent, you won’t want to miss the opportunity to try a “paczek,” as a single Paczki is called.
Detroit’s best restaurants don’t just give you great food — they deliver the right ambiance for any occasion imaginable. If you’re looking for a sweet spot to take that special someone for Valentine’s Day, an anniversary or to pop the “big question,” try a location off our list of some of the most romantic restaurants in metro Detroit.