DETROIT – The Hard Rock Cafe, a must-have at the Martius Campus in downtown Detroit, is scheduled to close in January.
The restaurant opened in 2003, just across from Martius Park Campus on Monroe Street. It was a popular place for fans before and after games or other events in Detroit.
The restaurant featured memorabilia honoring Detroit and Motown musicians, including The Temptations, Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson, Diana Ross, Eminem, Ted Nugent and many others.
The restaurant will close on January 26, 2019. It is unclear what will fill the space.
Hard Rock Cafe is located in more than 74 countries around the world.
Hard Rock International published this statement:
Since Hard Rock Cafe Detroit opened its doors in 2003, Hard Rock International has appreciated the opportunity to serve locals and guests alike. In January 2019, the rental contract for Hard Rock Cafe Detroit, located on Monroe Street across from Martius Park Campus, will expire. The location will close on Saturday, January 26, 2019 accordingly. The brand remains attached to the city and is open to another location on the market, so the right space can be identified.
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