May 8, 2024 - News

1 recently opened restaurant to go

The interior of Epiphany Nain Rouge Kitchen at 644 Selden St., and dishes being plated.

The interior of Epiphany Nain Rouge Kitchen at 644 Selden St., and dishes being plated. Photos: Courtesy of Epiphany

The Midtown spot where Vigilante Kitchen recently closed is now home to a nonprofit-run restaurant, Epiphany Nain Rouge Kitchen.

  • The nonprofit, Soil2Service, runs a culinary education program called the Detroit Institute of Gastronomy that offers hybrid, online and in-field apprenticeship programs.

The latest: Epiphany opened in late April and is adding brunch service starting with Mother's Day, serving what it describes as redefined "American comfort food," per a news release.

  • Its first apprenticeship students are starting this week.
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