Cadieux Cafe, the family-run, Belgian restaurant on Detroit's east side, will soon be under new ownership.
The popular spot, which also offers live music and feather bowling, has been owned by the Devos family since 1962, according to the restaurant's website.
In 2009, the late Anthony Bourdain visited the restaurant on his show "No Reservations."
The new owners will take over on Jan. 1, and plan to keep the place basically the same.
No further details have been released regarding the purchase of the social hub.