This post authored by Nicole Rupersburg of Eat It Detroit.
The equestrian-themed restaurant on the outskirts of Corktown that inadvertently coined the term "Corktown Shores" and made it a thing is now open for lunch! Owners Jacques and Christine Driscoll are still awaiting approval for their liquor license before the Derby-ish Green Dot Stables can fully open for really-real, but they decided to open their doors today and start slinging their signature gourmet sliders for the hungry masses. There was a nice turnout for the opening (Jacques's mom even came with congratulatory flowers!), and they plan on staying open every Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. until they finally get the go-ahead to start serving booze. Which they hope will be within a month. Which in Detroit terms means hopefully this year.
· The Legend of Green Dot Stables [Eat It Detroit]
· How Do We Know "Corktown Shores" Is Real? Tee-Shirts! [Curbed Detroit]
· Green Dot Stables Is Ready To Giddy Up In Corktown Shores [Curbed Detroit]