Susan Selasky, Detroit Free Press

Susan Selasky

Detroit Free Press

Detroit, MI, United States

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Recent articles by Susan:

Cantoro's market and restaurant featured on the Cooking Channel

Cantoro's Italian Market in Plymouth is featured on the Cooking Channel Wednesday. → Read More

Popular downtown Birmingham restaurant refocusing its menu on fresh seafood

Hazel Ravines and Downtown is building on its past seafood successes and will focus its menu on fresh seafood year-round. → Read More

Globally inspired flavors are spotlight of Madison Heights Restaurant Week

Restaurants serving up everything from Asian cuisine to bbq favorites will be offering discounts during the first Madison Heights Restaurant Week → Read More

'Startling' new survey: 40% of restaurants may be out of business soon without help

A new survey from a restaurant industry trade group estimates nearly 1 in 6 restaurants permanently closed or for the long term in those six months. → Read More

Detroit Vegan Soul reopens West Village location with curbside pick up

Detroit Vegan Soul, one of Detroit's popular spots for all vegan fare reopens Wednesday for curbside pick up. → Read More

Dime Store, a popular breakfast and lunch spot in downtown Detroit, reopens

Beloved and popular breakfast, lunch and brunch spot Dime Store restaurant reopened Monday. → Read More

Overall food prices continue to rise, though rate of increase slowed in August

After falling in July, the prices consumers paid overall for food increased 0.1% in August → Read More

Schramm's Mead permanently closes its Ferndale tasting room

Schramm's Mead owners have decided not to reopen its Ferndale tasting room, which has been closed since March, citing the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Andiamo owners plan to open French-style bistro next year in downtown Detroit

The Statler Bistro is a new American and French-style concept planned for trendy City Club Apartments CBD in downtown Detroit. → Read More

Downriver restaurant resorts to a $200 finder's fee to find cooks

At TV's Deli & Diner, owner Tracey Stroia has come up with a different approach to find desperately needed line cooks. → Read More

Detroit Institute of Bagels is closed; building and business are up for sale

Owner says COVID-19 pandemic played a role in his decision to get out of business. → Read More

6 COVID-19 cases tied to popular Birmingham Asian-inspired eatery

Adachi said it closed the restaurant for sanitizing after one employee tested positive in early August and has paid for other workers to be tested → Read More

Here's how to get a Big Boy classic burger for 84 cents

The iconic Big Boy chain is marking its 84th anniversary with 84 cent Big Boy burgers. → Read More

Cider mills, apple orchards open in southeast Michigan: See the list

Here's a list of area apple orchards and cider mills that are open or plan on opening soon for the season. → Read More

Bagged peaches sold at Aldi stores recalled for salmonella

Think twice before you bite into a juicy peach. Bagged peaches sold at Aldi stores have been linked to salmonella outbreak. → Read More

Farm-to-table Alchemi to open in former Mr. B's in Royal Oak

Farm-to-table food and gaming are what's coming to Main Street in Royal Oak as two new spots plan to open this month → Read More

More salmonella cases linked to onions reported in Michigan: What to know

The number of salmonella cases linked to red onions has increased in Michigan and nationwide as more states are reporting illnesses. → Read More

Smoothie King now open in Royal Oak; Southfield location opens in September

Fast-growing chain will open second Oakland location in Southfield in September. → Read More

A beloved lesbian baker in Detroit got a homophobic cake order. Here's why she made it anyway.

April Anderson, a Detroit pastry chef with national cred, was taken aback by a recent cake order that came into her Good Cakes and Bakes bakery. → Read More

Lesbian baker in Detroit got homophobic cake order: Why she made it anyway

April Anderson, a Detroit pastry chef with national cred, was taken aback by a recent cake order that came into her Good Cakes and Bakes bakery. → Read More