Vote for Toma Detroit

Please vote for Toma Detroit today through August 16th to win Hatch Detroit, a $50,000 grant for one new business in Detroit.

Tony, Corey, Eddie, and José, the owners of Toma Detroit, all grew up in Southwest Detroit with a dream of opening a bar/restaurant to highlight the best of their Latin heritage.

These guys have been working full-time jobs / running businesses while building their dream.

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Tequila, Mezcal & Latin Fusion-inspired small plates will be served up in Corktown just a few blocks from where they all met at Western International HS.

No one is better-prepared or more deserving than Toma Detroit. They completed the ProsperUS Detroit Business Plan class. They became TechTown #SWOTCity clients and then successfully graduated from the esteemed #RetailBootCamp program. They have sought out every resource available. Now they are one of ten finalists, narrowed down from hundreds!
We need all the votes we can get to move to the next round. Can you help us by voting? You can vote daily from both links until the 16th from every device you have. Click on both links every day between today and Thursday night. Keep voting, Keep sharing - everyday - on both FB & the Hatch Detroit website!
Meet Toma Detroit:
  • Tony Lopez, oldest son of Silverio Lopez, owners of Lopez Tire in Southwest Detroit & Tequila Cabresto.
  • Corey McIntosh, owner of the Southwest Detroit-based construction company Core Building Services, along with his wife Dulce Garza.
  • José Maldonado, an IT professional with a background in marketing & promotions.
  • Eddie Vargas, mixologist and General Manager with almost twenty years of experience in the Detroit restaurant scene.
Crain's Detroit Business gave us a sneak peek and both Eater Detroit & Metro Times have covered them as well. "Corktown to get a Latin flair
Toma Detroit, a restaurant specializing in tequila, mezcal and Latin food, is in the works in Corktown.
The new spot is at 1830 Michigan Ave., the former home of Casey's Pub and short-lived Red Corridor. The owners announced they got the keys on July 9 with an opening anticipated early next year.
The owners, who appear to be connected to the to southwest Detroit-based brand Tequila Cabresto, according to Eater Detroit, called their $5,000 prize in the 2018 TechTown Retail Boot Camp award their "first big step."
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