A New Café That Already Feels Nostalgic


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[A]fter two years of renovations, owners Chad and Jami Buchanan debuted their new modern industrial/saloon-inspired café—Lucky Detroit. The space features exposed brick walls, red leather couches, Edison bulbs, vintage metal fixtures, and a moose head trophy mounted to the wall. The menu features pour-overs and a full espresso program. Lucky Detroit is located on the second floor of the 2000 Michigan Ave. building, above the Buchanans’ other business, Detroit Barbers.

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