LEON & LULU PRESENTS: Made to Eat In Michigan August 1-Clawson
Sample and Savor Locally Made, Small Batch, and Artisanal Foods at Leon & Lulu from 5-8 p.m. Tuesday, August 1
CLAWSON, MI – Leon & Lulu (96 W. 14 Mile in Clawson) is welcoming local food makers to sample and sell baked goods, jams and jellies, hot sauce, pickles, salsa at the summer edition of Made to Eat in Michigan. The event will take place from 5-8 p.m. Tuesday, August 1 at Leon & Lulu and The Show and is free and open to the public.
“Made to Eat in Michigan is event everyone looks forward to attending,” says Mary Liz Curtin, co-owner of Leon & Lulu. “We love given our customers the chance to meet the makers behind the food, and to sample the food before they purchase it.”
Leon & Lulu has searched all of Michigan to find the most interesting new products.
Here are just a handful of the couple dozen vendors that will be featured:
Angel Print Fudge Bitz
Bella Rouge BBQ
Big Dipper Dough Co.
Bruno’s Barkin’ Biscuits, LLC
Dancy’s Fancy Butter
Dave’s Sweet Tooth
Gus & Grey
Hell Fire Detroit
Homestead Honey Bee Farm
Mrs. Pruitt’s Gourmet CHA CHA Salsa
Spanitz Bros Sausage
Sweet Bree’s Bakeshop
The Blu Kitchen
Up Next at Leon & Lulu:
Sunday, August 27 & Monday, August 28: Fall Artists’ Market
Tuesday, September 5: Girls’ Night Out
Wednesday, September 27: Thanks for the Mammaries Benefit to Support Breast Cancer Awareness
Tuesday, October 3: Girls’ Night Out Fashion Show
Sunday, October 22: Books & Authors
About Leon & Lulu:
Leon & Lulu is a destination lifestyle store featuring an eclectic mix of upscale furniture, unforgettable gifts, and accessories in an environment unlike any other. Located in the historic Ambassador Roller Rink in Clawson, Michigan, Leon & Lulu offers 15,000-square feet of fabulous shopping. In 2016, Leon & Lulu expanded into the neighboring Clawson Theatre, replicating its marquee to its original splendor. The renovation reclaimed a second historical landmark and added 7,800-square feet of shopping, plus a new restaurant, Three Cats Café, which is presently open for breakfast and lunch. Locally owned and family run, the award-winning businesses provide a fun and welcoming atmosphere and dozens upon dozens of charitable events. For more information, please visit http://www.leonandlulu.com or http://www.threecatscafe.com.
*Photo and logo courtesy of Leon & Lulu