The Peterboro restaurant in Detroit’s Midtown closes temporarily

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The Peterboro restaurant in Detroit’s Midtown closes temporarily

The Peterboro restaurant in Midtown, Detroit, was temporarily closed, the restaurant announced on Monday.

Located on Peterboro Street, the restaurant is known for its contemporary American cuisine in Detroit’s historic Cass Corridor Chinatown area.

According to a news release, “Peterborough made the difficult decision to close the door for the rest of the summer.” “During these ordeal restaurant times, we’ll spend the next few months rethinking the space and working on the coveted upgrade.”

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The restaurant is part of the Detroit Optimist Society, a hospitality group that operates Sugar House, Wright & Company, Grandma Bob’s, Honest John’s, Bad Luck Bar, and Time Will Tell and the Mutiny Bar.

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