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The Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce has gotten a lot of questions about whether the Green Street Fair will take place this weekend due to the massive construction at Main Street and Ann Arbor Trail.  The Chamber indicates — and this is no surprise really — that the fair is on and will be set up away from the construction zone.

See you there this weekend.

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Twice now I’ve had shish kabob at Red Olive (Ann Arbor Road between Main Street and Sheldon Road) and it is the best I’ve ever had, hands down.  It’s extremely tender, juicy and full of flavor.  It would be hard to make better stuff on your own barbecue.

If you like kabob I can’t recommend Red Olive highly enough!

http://www.redoliverestaurant.com/

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Here’s a nice little interview with Donna, manager of the Plymouth Coffee Bean.  If you’re a regular at the Bean, you’ll know what a great person she is.

This sums up why the Bean is the best coffee shop in town

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I used to love cutting across town (east to west) along Wing Street.  But with the intersection of Main Street and Ann Arbor Trail closed for construction, the detour is taking downtown traffic along Deer and through the Wing-Main Street intersection.  It gets quite busy there during heavy traffic hours.

If you take sidestreets around town you might wish to avoid Wing.

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“The Plymouth Observer” provided some very general information regarding the massive streetscape project going on now in downtown Plymouth, in an April 11 article.

http://www.hometownlife.com/article/20100411/NEWS15/4110415/Work-continues-on-city-streetscape

I do not see a timeline, however, for the various stages or completion of the project.

The Plymouth DDA’s website has general information regarding the project.

http://www.downtownplymouth.org/

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On Thursday, April 15th, from 6 p.m. to midnight, there were be a pub-n’-grub crawl in downtown Plymouth, which will include these bars and restaurants:

  • Ironwood Grill
  • Penn Grill
  • Sean O’Callaghan’s
  • E. G. Nick’s
  • 1999 Tavern

The cost is $5 per adult for buffets at all five pubs, a T-shirt & raffle ticket.  Raffle proceeds will benefit local charities.

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