Uncategorized / 11.24.2012
We try to reinvent ourselves every few years,” said Greg Reyner, executive chef and co-owner with marketing specialist David Smith of adorable Café Muse in Royal Oak.Clearly, the partners don’t adhere to the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” school of thought.The ambitious pair opened in March 2006 with a 22-seat operation across Washington Street. Gaining a well-deserved reputation as one of the city’s best spots for breakfast and lunch — offered till 3 p.m. seven days a week — necessitated Café Muse’s move less than three years later to its current, roomier site. The partners designed the casual, comfortable European-style bistro boasting an original tin ceiling. About 75 diners can be accommodated.