Category : Press

The best things we ate in Michigan this year

Lamb shank at Sullaf.(814 W. Seven Mile Rd., Detroit; 313-893-5657) Most of the Chaldean population that lived in the area around Seven Mile east of Woodward for decades has moved out, but thankfully, Sullaf still stands…

How immigrants are saving Detroit

Thank you, Jason Margolis at PRI’s The World for sharing the story of Baobab Fare. To read the story, visit: How immigrants are saving Detroit.

They Fled Burundi. Now They’re Opening Detroit’s First East African Restaurant.

Thank you, Lauren Santucci for documenting the story of Baobab Fare. To read the story, visit: They Fled Burundi. Now They’re Opening Detroit’s First East African Restaurant. .

Hamissi Mamba, Baobab Fare

Detroit welcomes immigrants to spur the city’s revival

Thank you, Jason Margolis at PRI’s The World for sharing the story of Baobab Fare. To read the story, visit: Detroit welcomes immigrants to spur the city’s revival.

Refugees opening East African restaurant in Detroit’s New Center

Thank you, Fox 2 Detroit for sharing the story of Baobab Fare. To read the story, visit: Refugees opening East African restaurant in Detroit’s New Center

Baobab Fare, Nadia and Mamba

3 Eateries that Focus on People, Profit, and the Planet

Thank you, Lakshmi Varanasi at HOUR Detroit for sharing the story of Baobab Fare. To read the story, visit: 3 Eateries that Focus on People, Profit, and the Planet.

Detroit hummus maker, Baobab Fare among recipients of $100,000 in Michigan Good Food Fund grants

Thank you, Annalise Frank at Crains Detroit Business for sharing the story of Baobab Fare. To read the story, visit: Detroit hummus maker, Baobab Fare among recipients of $100,000 in Michigan Good Food Fund grants.

Baobab Fare is Bringing Its Veggie-Friendly, East African Cuisine to Detroit

Thank you, Hannah Gordon at Fitt Detroit for sharing the story of Baobab Fare. To read the story, visit: Baobab Fare is Bringing Its Veggie-Friendly, East African Cuisine to Detroit.

Refugees opening east African restaurant in Detroit’s New Center

Thank you, Mark Kurlyandchik at Detroit Free Press for sharing the story of Baobab Fare. To read the story, visit: Refugees opening east African restaurant in Detroit’s New Center.

Metro Times - Baobab Fare - New Center

Two refugees are opening a restaurant on one of Detroit’s best blocks

Thank you, Tom Perkins at Detroit Metro Times for sharing the story of Baobab Fare. To read the story, visit: Two refugees are opening a restaurant on one of Detroit’s best blocks

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