Article and image originally posted on Eater Detroit
There are a lot of things working against the restaurant industry right now, in no small part due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. The virus has claimed far too many lives and deferred dreams, yet many Detroit business owners are refusing to give in. Already in 2021, metro Detroit has seen some bright spots join the dining landscape. Isla made its debut in a new, dedicated Sterling Heights location in January becoming one of the region’s only restaurants devoted to Filipino cuisine. The area is slated to see even more exciting openings, including East African cafe Baobab Fare now open in New Center.