Review: Japanese eatery Ima brings new flavors to Corktown
Detroit Metro Times
You could argue that the short strip of Michigan Avenue in Corktown needed another restaurant like it needed a pothole in the street. But that's not how capitalism works. Money flocks to where money is already succeeding, competition increases, some entrepreneurs are driven out, the cycle repeats.
Of course, as patrons of said restaurants, we can just stand back and enjoy the fray. Let the barbecue, the pasta, the scallops and burgers and scones duke it out for customers on Michigan Ave. If udon noodles can give any of them a run for the money, more power to them.