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Serving seasonal shared plates in Midtown, Detroit

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Nothing brings us more joy than a great meal with friends. Sharing that experience is at the heart of why we opened Selden Standard. And central to that experience is Chef Andy Hollyday’s food – flavors born in local farms, captured at the peak of the season, prepared in our wood-fired oven, and served small plates-style in perfectly shareable portions.

Complementing the menu is a bar we take every bit as seriously as our kitchen: wines thoughtfully chosen from small producers, local and global brews that work well with our food, and craft cocktails to suit the seasons.

Our concept and our dining room are rustic and casual – come as you are – but with an ever-present eye for quality, creativity, and fun, an approach that saw us named restaurant of the year in 2015 by the Detroit Free Press and in 2016 by Hour Detroit. If that sounds like your idea of a good time, we’ll look forward to seeing you here soon.

Come find us at the corner of 2nd Avenue and Selden, just south of Wayne State’s campus and only two blocks west of the Fisher Music Center.

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