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Moe's Opens

A bar named for the longtime sports shop.

by Micheline Maynard

From the February, 2021 issue

Moe's Neighborhood Bar & Grill at 711 North University opened in early January for delivery only. It features a menu of bar food that includes burgers, sloppy joes, fried chicken, fish, and fries.

Plant-based versions of many items are available, and the restaurant plans to offer two monthly shake flavors (January's were Salted Caramel Pretzel and Cookies 'N Creme).

Moe's is owned by Zach Beeson, the founder of Bright Lights Creative Marketing, launched in 2015, as well as local social network A2 Social. His partner in the venture is John DeAngelis. The pair also own the Galley Restaurant in St. Ignace, which is temporarily closed until spring.

Eventually, the restaurant expects to serve customers in the old Moe's Sporting Goods store across from the Diag. But for now, cooking is done in the kitchen at the Circ Bar.

Moe's Neighborhood Bar & Grill, 711 North University, (734) 636-0696. Wed.-Sat. noon-7 p.m. Closed Sun.-Tues. order.moesannarbor.com     (end of article)

 




 
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