Former GreenSpace Chef to Do 60 Day Menu Takeover at M-Brew

Former GreenSpace Chef to Do 60 Day Menu Takeover at M-Brew

Ferndale, MI – Those who were saddened by the news of GreenSpace Café’s closure may be happy to know that Chef Bryan Nieradka has found a new home, at least for the next two months, at M-Brew.

M-Brew, located at 177 Vester Street in Downtown Ferndale, will continue to carry their popular Pinconning Pizzas, which feature a Michigan-made blend of cheeses and high quality toppings, while otherwise turning their kitchen over to Nieradka for a popup he’s calling “Homestead.”

The 31 taps of craft beer are staying, along with specialty cocktails and wine. The new menu will feature both vegetarian and carnivorous options. There are plans to “cozy up” the game room and have table service available.

According to a recent press release, “Bach and Nieradka connected via social media and scheduled a meeting just to see if there was anything the two could do to help each other. It’s didn’t take long to figure something out.”

“I have had a ton of calls asking me where I would be going” said Chef Nieradka. “This is a perfect opportunity for me and a few of the Green Space staff to not miss a beat.”

Bach has had both M-Brew and his other Ferndale restaurant Dino’s on the market for several months, while much of his time is spent at his restaurant in Gaylord, Belle Iron Grille.

“While we’re looking for a suitor to purchase to location, let’s have some fun and try some different things,” Bach said.

Nieradka and Bach are hopeful that this collaboration will be a huge success and help produce an investor to help make “Homestead” a permanent fixture in the Ferndale family of eateries.

“I’m not opposed to staying on as an investor in the right situation”, Bach added. “I was given an opportunity once and turned into a 20-year career. I hope Bryan can do the same with this opportunity”.

Learn more about M-Brew and Homestead on Facebook.

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