Plymouth Restaurant Businesses Making Changes

Stella's Black Dog Tavern Plymouth MI
Stella’s Black Dog Tavern Plymouth MI – formerly Doyle’s

A downtown Plymouth landmark, Doyle’s on Fralick is now the new Stella’s Black Dog Tavern. And that’s just one of the many changes happening right now in the City.  The old Grecian Cafe at 413 N. Main is moving dramatically upscale re-opening soon as Aqua.  Panache on Forest is now the Bamboo and the closed Rock Bar on Penniman has become the latest location for The Post Local Bistro. So the restaurant scene in Plymouth continues to show vitality as new and current business owners are investing in upgraded facilities, updated menus, and new branding. This kind of turnover is healthy in an industry that is constantly changing in order to attract and keep existing and new customers happy. The City of Plymouth continues to draw people from all over the metro Detroit area and around the country as people re-locate to Michigan for jobs. After a very long and cold winter here, these businesses are all well-timed to take advantage of the coming Spring season.

Bamboo on Forest Ave
Aqua on N Main
The Post Local Bistro on Penniman

2 thoughts on “Plymouth Restaurant Businesses Making Changes

  1. I love your blog. You really get the latest info about Plymouth out for people to read. Just for your info. I used to do the Trailwood Home Owners website but as of March 1st someone on the Board wanted to take it over, and right now it doesn’t exist anymore. I spent many hours putting as much information as I could on it. FYI we a bought this house in Trailwood from your dad, Bob Bake!

    1. Thank you for the kind words. We appreciate knowing that the work we do helps people living here or planning to live in the Plymouth area. As things have changed, the excitement surrounding Plymouth continues to grow and people just love our community. I will mention your name to Bob too!

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