Bumbo's will be serving drinks during the festival. Contemporary Polish restaurant, Bumbo's, is still in the process of being built-out, but those who want to take a peek inside theÂ rapidly transforming restaurant are invited to visit during this weekend's Hamtramck Music Festival, according toÂ a post on the restaurant's Facebook page.Â Owners Brian and Tia Krawczyk will be serving drinks in their upcoming restaurant and bar space located inside the former Hank's Lounge at 3001 Holbrook St. The couple received a grant last November from the Detroit Lions to build-out their kitchen. In the past, Bumbo's pop-ups have featured fusion menus (think Vietnamese ban mi with a Polish twist).
Neighborhood Restaurant Group is handling the food. AMP, the new music venue at Pike & Rose operated by the Strathmore, will open its doors this weekend. Neighborhood Restaurant Group is handling the food for the venue. They're going to be serving such items as chicken pot pie casserole, pimento cheese spread, tater tots and more, with a wine and cocktail list to match courtesy of NRG's Brent Kroll, Greg Engert and Jeff Faile.
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