The eatery, which has been a popular destination for hungry people in downtown Detroit since 2011, is expected to open around mid-February.
The Detroit location’s hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily, with closing time stretched to 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
Given the hours it’s open, the restaurant’s vast menu is highlighted by big breakfast and brunch offerings.
The Northville site — a former Applebee’s located a stone’s throw from the intersection of Six Mile and Haggerty roads, was designed by Olon Interior.
The origin of the eatery’s name comes from the fact it is located across from a former iconic Detroit retail space.
“Our name is a nod to the iconic Hudson’s department store, which was located directly across the street from us on Woodward Avenue, and Detroit’s heyday as a bustling, cosmopolitan city,” the restaurant’s website explains. “We have been blessed ever since to watch the city progress and grow around us.
Wide, delicious variety
“Our mission is simple: to celebrate the diverse, hustling, resilient city of Detroit and its people by consistently providing amazing food and a stellar experience. Our expansive menu has something for everyone: whether it’s our take on the famous Maurice salad that your grandparents remember from Hudson’s, a heaping stack of Cinnabun pancakes for the dessert-for-breakfast person in your life, a Voodoo benedict for those who love an adventurous take on an old classic, or Mickey Mouse pancakes for the little ones, we’ve got you covered.”
The restaurant’s menu includes a robust list of children’s (“Little Friends”) offerings, sides, salads and sandwiches to go along with its renowned breakfast-themed items.
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