Karl’s | The TEN Nail Bar | Friend & Associate

Interested in finding out about the freshest new spots in Detroit? From a breakfast and lunch spot to a nail shop, read on for the newest destinations to arrive around town.

(Credit: Karl's /YELP/ Hoodline)
(Credit: Karl’s /YELP/ Hoodline)

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Karl’s is a downtown traditional American spot, bar and venue/event space that recently opened at 1509 Broadway St in The Siren Hotel.

(Credit: T G./YELP/ Hoodline)
(Credit: T G./YELP/ Hoodline)

Karl’s offers a menu of American breakfast and lunch dishes, based on Chef Kate Williams’ family history. Look for dishes like the American Classic breakfast with eggs, potatoes and choice of meat; the shrimp boil with corn, potatoes and dill and spaghetti and meatballs.

The TEN Nail Bar

The TEN Nail Bar is a nail salon and waxing spot, that recently opened at 6541 Woodward Ave. in New Center.

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(Credit: Photo: MS T./ Yelp/ Hoodline)
(Credit: Photo: MS T./ Yelp/ Hoodline)

Services range from nail care to waxing. Enjoy a gel manicure or a deluxe pedicure, in addition to offerings like footbaths, hydrating masks, sugar scrubs, hot towel wraps, nail trimming and shaping, cuticle care, callus softening, extended massage and polishing.

Friend & Associate

Friend & Associate is a new cocktail bar and New American spot that’s located at 501 Monroe.

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(Credit: FRIEND & ASSOCIATE/Yelp/Hoodline)

Friend & Associate serves various entrées, appetizers, salads, soups, pasta, desserts and more. Try the king crab Benedict featuring butter-poached king crab, sautéed rainbow trout and pan-fried chicken schnitz roasted in honey-balsamic and served with heirloom tomatoes and watercress.

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