Clawson's Noble Fish grocery store and sushi restaurant takes the wraps off a 10-month renovation with a grand reopening Tuesday morning.
The once-cozy (or cramped, depending on how you felt about it) dining section has about doubled in size, expanding into space next door. That means more seating and room to stretch out — both for diners and chefs.
The shop opened more than 30 years ago, manager Ritsu Yamamoto tells The Detroit News. Its revamp roughly coincides with the opening of the White Wolf Japanese Pattiserie next door, a dine-in dessert shop and bakery under the same ownership.
The market renovation was complete several months ago. Noble Fish offered a glimpse on Instagram: