Daily Dinette to Close, Pop’s for Italian Expanding

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(Kramer Restaurant Group, Sept. 26, 2016)

Ferndale, MI – Fans of fresh homemade pasta, Neapolitan pizza and world-class wine can expect more than ever when Pop’s for Italian begins an expansion of its Italian restaurant this Fall.

Owner Brian Kramer and his staff are working to accommodate more diners, ensure the continued quality and freshness of Pop’s menu and will soon offer customers a space for reservations and small events. The expansion, designed by Ron Rea and Roman Bonislawski of Ron & Roman based in Birmingham, MI, will use all of the space currently occupied by neighboring establishment, The Daily Dinette. Both restaurants are owned by Kramer GT ad 06Restaurant Group.

The Daily Dinette will be closing its doors on Monday, September 26th, but there are plans for the concept in the near future, that they are not able to disclose at this time.

Kramer says, “My goal was to create an authentic Italian restaurant with the same sense of food and culture that my Nona demonstrated in every meal she cooked for me.  The art of making pasta and Neapolitan pizza is simple—it has to be made fresh; like every day fresh, and this requires space that we currently do not have on-site unless we repurpose The Daily Dinette’s space.”

“In addition to the demand for more space to prep the fresh pasta and pizza,” Kramer adds “our phones never stop ringing for reservations and off-premise catering, so we have decided to create a room where families and friends can share special occasions.  This space will also be used to host pop-up dinners, where young budding Chefs can gain exposure of their skills in the field” Kramer explains, “or where we will bring in chefs from Italy, specializing in garden16_jeannie_davisItalian Food with the goal of sharing the same ‘authentic sense of food and culture’ that my Nona shared with me.”

“With the additional space, we are also really looking forward to being able to offer many wine-focused events, and wine education classes for employees and guests alike,” said Beth Hussey, VP of Operations at Pop’s for Italian, “We are getting so much recognition for our unique wine program in the wine industry, that we are hoping to cultivate a following of wine enthusiasts, just as we’ve been able to do at our sister concept; One-Eyed Betty’s, with the Craft Beer fans.”

The new addition of space also means Pop’s will be able to take reservations for any size group, while still allowing ample seating for walk-in guests.

Pop’s for Italian is an advertiser on oc115.com.  For more on Pop’s for Italian visit them online at http://www.popsforitalian.com/home.

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