Lord Fox restaurant will reopen Sept. 1 after remodeling
The Lord Fox restaurant - housed in a historic home on the eastern edge of the village of Dixboro - won't stay closed for long.
Owner Eric Kolodzinski is remodeling parts of the traditional, fine dining restaurant, and promises on the restaurant's voicemail that it will reopen Sept. 1.
From The Lord Fox's website
However, a family member confirmed that work is under way and the restaurant on Plymouth Road will reopen under current ownership.
Superior Township building official Rick Mayernik said permits have been pulled for electrical work and to make changes to the bar area. He planned a site inspection for today.
The Lord Fox is located in a 4,000-square-foot farmhouse that was built in the 1880, according to the restaurant's website. The location used to be along the main route from Detroit to Ann Arbor.
Today, the 6-acre setting is deceptively rural, given its proximity to the Plymouth/US-23 interchange and the residential and commercial building between the highway and the restaurant.