Larry Bongiovanni, owner of Salvatore Scallopini, hopes to bring some additional activity to the north end of downtown Birmingham with plans for a new bar and grille, two doors down from his current restaurant on Old Woodward. Proposed for the former home of Aunt Olive's Good Food to Go at 525 N. Old Woodward, Bongiovanni's plans state that he will serve classic American bar and grille food, which is really something downtown Birmingham is lacking.
The plans also include a request for the Birmingham specialty, a bistro liquor liscense. It's the first bistro liquor liscense request of the city commission for 2009. Two liquor liscenses are available from Birmingham each year, which are defined by rules regarding seating, entertainment, and hours. Outdoor dining will also accompany the bar and grille, if approved.
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Ann Stavrou, Shelby Township, carries her granddaughter Ann, 2, as she marches in the parade. - Traditional Greek soldiers, known as Evzones, march along Monroe during the 15th annual Greek Independence Day Parade in Detroit on April 17, 2016. 15th ...
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