NEW CENTER— The Zenith has an interior that has to be seen to be believed. The owner, Melissa and Robert Jasper, have a collection of 1940's and 50's kitsch and art which they used to decorate the space. It's bright and quirky, which sounds like it will go well with the Mexican Southern fusion cuisine. Take a look inside at some of the details in this week's photographs.
MIDTOWN—Good Girls Go To Paris Crepes is officially moving out of the Park Shelton before mid-July, as the eviction is going through. Owner Torya Blanchard has to pay owed rent and keep up with payments for the restaurant to stay that long, but she said she plans to open the restaurant again.
DETROIT/METRO DETROIT—The April Eater 38 is up, featuring the city's most essential restaurants with a few from the suburbs sprinkled in. See who was retired from the list and who is a newcomer and send suggestions to Eater for the July list.
MIDTOWN— It seems that Tony V's Tavern in Midtown is actually opening their doors this spring. The paper is off the windows and the interior has furniture and looks ready to welcome thirsty patrons into what used to be Alvin's.
WEST VILLAGE—Craft Work's Sunday brunch service starts this weekend, with carefully curated drink and food menus. They're featuring both sweet and savory breakfast and lunch options, and cocktails in addition to beer and wine.