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. ( 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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