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The H Hotel Unveils Name for New Restaurant
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MIDLAND, Mich. – The H Hotel, a Dolce Hotel, today announced the naming of its new Mid-Century American tavern scheduled to open in early 2020: ONe Eighteen.

Inspired by the 118 elements of the periodic table, the new name complements the hotel’s playful branding, demonstrating to guests that mixing good food and good company makes great chemistry.

“We are excited to welcome ONe Eighteen to the Main St. landscape as we look to contribute to the growth and well being of Downtown Midland and the Great Lakes Bay Region,” said Derek Grimaldi, General Manager of The H Hotel. “With the hotel’s branding centered around the elements of the periodic table, ONe Eighteen is a natural fit with our positioning in the marketplace as it reinforces our commitment to providing a unique and local connection to the community of Midland.”

With seating for 110, the space will feature a new eat-in bar, two private dining rooms and a 40-seat outdoor patio in the hotel’s courtyard. Designed as a gathering place on Main St. for locals and travelers alike, the restaurant menu features American comfort food, classic cocktails, craft beer and an approachable wine program in an energetic, lively and welcoming setting.

In preparation for the opening of ONe Eighteen, The H Hotel will be hosting a job fair from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday Nov. 21 where interviews will be conducted as the restaurant looks to fill more than 20 positions in the areas of servers, bartenders, cooks, greeters and server assistants.

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