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1-800-Flowers Selden Fl-208
Address:
285 Middle Country R
City:
Selden
State:
New York
Zip Code:
11784
Phone number:
(631) 451-1350
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Feb 23, 2017

Grow Your Own:nine of the best gardening courses and flower workshops in London

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Jun 10, 2016

Flowers of Vietnam to close for remodeling, expansion

Et al, the Detroit- and Brooklyn-based architects behind Selden Standard, are taking on the redesign, which will focus more on functionality than anything else. "I don't want to change the aesthetics of the space much," Azar said. "People come up to me and say, 'I hope you don't change anything!' Just because [et al] did Selden doesn't mean this place is going to be anything like Selden." Plans for a terraced greenspace on the patio are also in the works. "We're going to focus on growing all our herbs here," he said. All told, the project will inject about $350,000 into the building near the corner of Clark and Vernor. Zingerman's cofounder Paul Saginaw recently signed on as partner on the project and Azar said they're applying for funding from the Detroit Development Fund and Motor City Match. If everything goes as planned -- a big "if" in a city notorious for delays -- the restaurant will reopen in late 2016 with dinner service Wednesday through Sunday and late-night dining Friday and Saturday. The coney island isn't going away, though. Azar said once the staff has a handle on dinner service, the restaurant will expand to include a "technique-driven" coney island-style breakfast service and a hybrid Vietnamese-coney concept at lunch. Until then, diners can still enjoy the sticky Korean-fried chicken wings and egg cream coffee beginning at 6 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays for a few more weeks. Contact Mark Kurlyandchik: 313-222-5026 or mkurlyandchik@freepress.com. Follow him on Twitter @mkurlyandchik. Read or Share this story: http://on.freep.com/28pKrow ... (Detroit Free Press)

Feb 3, 2016

Extraordinarily Good

Detroit Institute of Arts on Midtown’s northern tip. It joins the clan of city newcomers up and down and near the Woodward corridor — Selden Standard, Townhouse Detroit, and Wright & Company — plus Corktown’s Gold Cash Gold and Ottava Via, Eastern Market’s Antietam, Craft Work in West Village, and Republic Tavern in the Grand Army of the Republic building at Grand River and Cass avenues.  Most have come along in accompaniment with the unrolling rebirth of downtown Detroit the last two or three years. And most offer assorted variations on experimental and New American cuisine, which uses a base of traditional French techniques. The newcomers tend to be understated in their appearance, but with vibrant, delicate, and stylistically high cuisine on the plate.  The restaurant décor is often simple and funky. Plush and swanky are definitely out. The message is that this new fine dining works best when simple, great food with good wine is offered in pleasant and clean-lined, uncomplicated surroundings. Chartreuse’s originators are owner Sandy Levine and chef Doug Hewitt, who for nearly a decade was the chef at Terry B’s, a mainstay in Dexter. Levine also owns the 1920s-style speakeasy cocktail bar in Ferndale called the Oakland Art Novelty Company. Chartreuse’s menu adheres to the “less is more” theory. Generally, there are five “cold” starters, five offerings from the “vegetables” category (which included a seasonal soup), and six “hot” items that could be considered the main dishes. That’s it.  But every dish is done with great care, intensity, and skill. Likewise, the wine list is incredibly brief, just a few esoteric but good choices by the glass to match up to the menu. More on that later... (Hour Detroit Magazine)

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