New Bizzs

. May 29, 2013.
cardamom

Named for the Indian spice, Cardamom restaurant opened at the end of April at 1739 Plymouth Rd. The establishment serves Indian food, but  with a Western twist.

Ann Arbor already hosts two Noodles & Company locations, and now a third is opening at 2245 W. Stadium Blvd. The fast-casual restaurant chain serves fusion-tinged noodle-based dishes.

Local craft masters Wolverine State Brewing Co have added a large hall, The Gulo Room, to its tap room on W. Stadium Blvd. The Gulo room is rentable for both personal and professional functions.

The Holiday Inn near UM campus has shed its iconic blue roof after finally finishing the $5 million renovations begun last October.

Great Lakes Seafood Restaurant on Carpenter Rd. has closed after 19 years of business.

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