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The Selden Standard Restaurant Is Helping Elevate Detroit’s Blossoming Dining Scene [VIDEO]

Located in the Cass Corridor, the restaurant works with local farmers as catalysts in developing the city…

Andy Hollyday, chef at the Selden Standard, envisions his eatery as a neighborhood restaurant in the heart of Detroit’s once-rough Cass Corridor. Hollyday and his team combine fresh ingredients with bold flavors to create a seasonal menu, working with young local farmers who are catalysts in developing the city’s blighted areas. Selden Standard features locally sourced produce at their peak of ripeness and freshness. (seldenstandard.com) In honor of the 2016 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, Robb Report is spotlighting the city’s exciting comeback. From grassroots entrepreneurs to established brands to a bourgeoning cultural scene, luxury has returned to the Motor City. Read more about Robb Report at the 2016 Detroit auto show. >>

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