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French-inspired Marais Opens in Downtown Grosse Pointe

Plus more food and restaurant news from around southeast Michigan.

Chef and owner David Gilbert discusses his new restaurant, Marais, in the Village. Credit: Ed Cardenas
Chef and owner David Gilbert discusses his new restaurant, Marais, in the Village. Credit: Ed Cardenas
French-inspired Marais Opens in Downtown Grosse Pointe: The restaurant was opened by chef David Gilbert and his wife Monica. Gilbert, who has worked Michelin-starred restaurants in Europe, said that diners can expect the menu to change every three to four weeks with the season.

Rochester's Fieldstone Winery Thrives With Community Support: "Everyone's been really great and supportive," Jordan Southard from Fieldstone Winery said. "It's been great. We've been in Rochester for 10 years and could not have done it without the community."

Customers, Employees Share Memories Of Gilbert's Lodge After Fire
: “We are devastated. We are a family,” said Debbie DelPozzo, a server at Gilbert’s. “This is our livelihood. Now What?” 

Rosebriar Farms Promises 'Local, Healthy, High-Quality Beef': "We bought the old Mcgrain farm (in Hartland) in the 1980s with the idea of residential development, built our home and grew to love the land. I bought a tractor to hobby farm and through a series of events (and my love of a good burger!) started raising grass fed beef."

Farmington Hills Papa Romano's Moved, But Didn't Close: Sandra Mette, co-owner of Papa Romano's, said she and her husband bought the Farmington Hills location in 2011.

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