Musings and News Things
Three Cats Chat
WXYZ TV 7 Three Cats Sneak Peek
Clawson’s Three Cats Restaurant offers a new take on dining and shopping. Visit WXYZ-TV and watch the recent segment on Three Cats. https://www.wxyz.com/news/region/oakland-county/clawsons-three-cats-restaurant-offers-a-new-take-on-dining-and-shopping Three Cats opens Friday, September 20 and is located in Clawson, adjacent to Leon and Lulu.
Totally Ready, Almost
Welcome to Three Cats. We have been working on this restaurant since last March.
Detroit Free Press: Three Cats restaurant about to open in former Clawson movie theater
After more than eight months of planning and a kitchen build out, Three Cats restaurant will open Tuesday inside the former Clawson movie theater on 14 Mile Road.
WDIV Three Cats 9.16 Live in the D Segment
“Market” Fresh Food – Three Cats Restaurant Opening in Clawson Visit ClickonDetroit.com and watch the September 16, 2019 segment on Three Cats. www.clickondetroit.com/live-in-the-d/three-cats-restaurant-in-clawson-is-ready-to-serve-up-the-purr-fect-dishes Three Cats opens Friday, September 20 and is located in Clawson, adjacent to Leon and Lulu.
Detroit News: Three Cats restaurant and retail space to open Sept. 20 in Clawson
A new collaboration between Leon & Lulu co-owner Mary Liz Curtin and well-known Metro Detroit chef Matt Prentice is about to open in downtown Clawson.
WHAT ARE THREE CATS SMALL PLATES?
Small plates, adapted from Spain’s delicious Tapas, have been a dining trend for the last few years. While the usual US adaptation leans towards a series of appetizers, the Three Cats approach is a little different. While some of our menu items are similar to traditional appetizers, most of our small plates will be compositions. […]
WE LOVE LOCAL
The Three Cats menu will change daily. It may even change twice a day at lunch and dinner based on what “walks in the door” from our farmers and foragers. Local supports our Michigan economy, gives us fresher and more wholesome ingredients and is a greener choice. Best of all, local simply tastes better.