DEARBORN, Mich. – You’ll find craft burgers, beers and even some automotive history inside Dearborn’s newest restaurant.
Ford’s Garage celebrated its grand opening on July 6th in Dearborn, which is located at 21367 Michigan Ave, next to the John D. Dingell Transit Center. The restaurant, expected to employ about 150 full- and part-time workers, is styled after a 1920’s automotive service station and will have vintage cars and memorabilia. Blue shop cloths will be the substituted choice for napkins. In the restrooms in keeping with the theme, sinks are made of tires and the door handles are gas pump handles. The menu will include items like a 10-pound hamburger called “Henry Ford‘s Hub Cap” and more than 100 craft beers. The 250-seat restaurant is an official licensee of Ford Motor Company and has additional locations in Florida.