The all-vegan eatery is making a comeback at its new location in the city of Royal Oak!
This spring, Nosh Pit Detroit, an eatery that doubles as a food truck and offers plant-based comfort food, will reopen in Royal Oak. The restaurant is located next door to the Emagine Theater, underneath the theater parking garage. The owners Karen Kahn and Stefan Kudek announced the new location via Facebook last month.
On the decision to relocate from Detroit to Royal Oak, Khan told VegOut “The choice to move to Royal Oak had to do with finding a location that we could move into the fastest without a long build-out in a city where we had an already established customer base. Leaving Hamtramck was very difficult for us, we always assumed our next stop on our journey would be Downtown Detroit, but then COVID happened and affected the number of people Downtown which did play into our decision making.”
Popular menu items include the Mac Un Cheese, which is made with a house-invented cashew cheeze sauce, and sandwiches like the Larry Reuben (sauerkraut, house-made corned beets, and house-made thousand island dressing with vegan cheeze).
Nosh Pit has set up a GoFundMe campaign to aid in the efforts of reopening the restaurant. Be sure to follow them on Instagram (@noshpitdetroit) for all the latest details!