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Asian Village of Detroit update

12.18.07 | technician | In downtown, asian village

Detroit’s Asian Village was never meant to be a cultural district, at least not in the traditional sense, as many have claimed. It was meant to be a cultural commercial center along the Detroit International capital River border, a social place for meeting and entertaining. And that’s just what it’s turned into. The Marketplace, similar to an Asian version of Marche in Toronto, is a place for strolling and making your way through a crowd in search of new foods to eat, turning the activity of dining into a more active process. Unlike the real Asia can find Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Thai, Chinese and Indonesian dishes all next to each other. Then there is the upscale Fusia, Asian/French fusion dining that has become a meeting place.

For who? Maybe members of the new Dragon Club at Asian Village of Detroit.

The Dragon Club consists of an elite network of business executives who achieve the privilege, prestige and privacy they deserve as Dragon Club members.
Dragon Club members are granted exclusive access to the Dragon Room, an intimate executive dining room where AVD’s top executive chefs cater to your personal choice of fine Asian-fusion cuisine.
Every Dragon Club member is extended exceptional levels of service and hospitality by professionally trained AVD staffers dedicated to exceeding expectations.

So how do I join his elite network of business executives, “One of Detroit’s most exclusive and prestigious clubs”? I guess I should become a business executive first. Membership is by invitation only.

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