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Shortly after leaving her post as chef at popular Ferndale restaurants One-Eyed Betty’s and Pop’s for Italian, chef Emmele Herrold isn’t wasting time getting something new started.

Herrold has teamed up with restaurant veteran Meghan Shaw to launch Black Eagle, a permanent pop-up run from the Bosco bar and lounge at 22930 Woodward.

“We are doing a hot sandwich and loaded fries concept with a full bar,” says Herrold, who said leaving her position at Betty’s and Pops, both owned by the Kramer Restaurant Group, was a hard decision but she is “super excited to be starting my own thing.”

Black Eagle will serve lunch and dinner starting Sept. 12. For now hours will be 11 a.m.-9 p.m. daily. Service may expand later into the evening on Sundays-Wednesday in the future.

Over the past few years the Bosco – primarily known as an upscale casual lounge with DJs – has experimented with food service, including an extensive brunch menu with flavored mimosas, mojitos and bellinis, which is no longer offered.

The Bosco will continue to be open as a cocktail lounge Thursday-Saturday evenings. Call (248) 541-8818 for reservations.

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