The Detroit Free Press recently profiled the new Butter Run Saloon in St. Clair Shores, and shares a review of recently opened old-style saloon.
Butter Run Saloon
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Saturday, December 8, 2012
Sip and savor your way around Macomb County's new eateries and find out what's coming to town.
If you're hungry for the latest restaurant news from around Macomb County, we've got you covered! Read on to find out what's new. [Do you have more restaurant news to share? Leave a comment!] Shish Kabob Express in Clinton Township: The third Shish Kabob Express opened shortly after Thanksgiving in the North Pointe Plaza at 37111 S. Gratiot Ave. in Clinton Township. The restaurant serves Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine, including fresh-squeezed juice and smoothies. Shish Kabob Express also operates locations in Allen Park and Southfield. Teppanyaki Grill in Clinton Township: Teppanyaki Grill at 35543 Gratiot in Clinton Township recently opened and serves American, Chinese, sushi, Japanese and Italian dishes. Taco Bell in Macomb …
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
The owner of the Butter Run Saloon at 11 Mile and Harper - which is named after the stop at a local tavern the men in his family would make after grocery shopping - opened for business Monday morning.
The doors to the newest "corner bar" in St. Clair Shores were opened Monday and the community came out to the new Butter Run Saloon. Monday was the first day of business after an extensive 18-month project to renovate and turn a vacant, dilapidated, cinder block building at the southeast corner of Harper and 11 Mile roads into a modern bar and restaurant with classic saloon-feel. The bar was the vision of David Harden, who named the bar after the "butter run" the men in his family would make to a local grocery store that would include a stop at a local tavern. "I wanted it to be something that is different and unique," said Harden, of the bar which features antiques from St. Clair Shors and Detroit-businesses next to state-of-the-art flat …
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Biggby Coffee, Butter Run Saloon and Great Lakes Battery are among the businesses which are investing near the intersection of 11 Mile and Harper in the heart of St. Clair Shores.
The intersection of 11 Mile and Harper has become one of the busiest areas of development in St. Clair Shores. City Council recently approved the site plan for a new Biggby Coffee on the northwest corner of intersection. The free standing building will feature a drive-thru and outdoor seating. "That will provide a little charm to the area," said councilman David Rubello, during the recent city council discussion about the proposed coffee shop. "That area has been an eyesore ... it is great to see something like this." The Biggby project is just one of nearly a half-dozen new businesses, renovations or relocations within a half-mile of the intersection in recent months. Developers anticipate construction to start on the 1,815-square-foot …