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June 03, 1988 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-03

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BEEF STEW
DINNER

CHOICE OF SOUP OR SALAD

flduchua

$ 525

Fax

Lunches • Dinners • Sunday Brunch • Cocktails
Beautiful Banquet Facilities

Reservations
642-6900

725 South Hunter
Birmingham

though many fine restaurants
are doing well and drawing
crowds in the suburbs, peren-
nial favorites in downtown
Detroit get the highest
marks. These establishments
have stood the rigorous test of
time and a volatile economic
climate as well as a fickle
public.
"Not an elegant restaurant,
but a fun place to dine is
Cadieux Cafe on Cadieux,
home to Detroit's Belgian
community. You can bowl in
the side court before or after
hunkering down to mammoth
bowls of steaming mussels, a
Belgian specialty, served with
drawn butter and mustard
sauce. The thin, flaky Belgian
cookies are irresistible.
"When you think of the
stew of people who have settl-
ed in Detroit, it's no wonder
downtown streets are dotted
with Belgian, Italian, Ger-
man, Chinese and other
ethnic restaurants, cafes and
bistros. Within a few square
miles you can sample the
savory cuisine of Ethiopia, a
luxurious steak dinner atop
the town and the sizzling
saganaki of Greektown serv-
ed with shouts of `Opa!'
"You can't do downtown
without breaking bread at
Roma Cafe, the oldest Italian
restaurant in the city. The
Sheik on Lafayette offers
award-winning Middle
Eastern specialties. At Van-
nelli's on Woodward, Con-
tinental dishes speak with an
Italian accent. The Blue Nile
offers cuisine of Ethiopia
where you can eat without
silverware by loading
triangles of injera bread with
heady chicken and vegetable
stews, all to the strains of
African music.
"Tucked away in a corner
pocket of southwest Detroit is
Giovanni's Ristorante, a fami-
ly affair. Giovanni's is
recognized year after year for
delicate, homemade pasta.
The Roman feast stretches
over 14 courses and an ex-
emplary wine list.
"The world's first car-
bonated soft drink, Vernor's
fizzy ginger ale, was the crea-
tion of pharmacist James Ver-
nor in 1966. Its formula is
still a secret. And the ice
cream soda was seren-
dipitously invented by Fred
Sanders in 1875. On a hot
day, he ran out of sweet cream
and substituted ice cream.
The rest is history.
"The suburbs also have
their share of good ethnic
restaurants. Chef Larry
Janes gives rave notices to
the Sze-Chuan restaurant in
Canton as one of
Detroit's
metropolitan
premier west side eateries,
specializing in hot, spicy



• SALLitiiii0ON



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Free Delivery I
SHIVA DINNERS OR TRAYS

I

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner ... Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-8 p.m., Sat. 7 a.m.-3 p.m.

21754 W. 11 MILE AT LAHSER • HARVARD ROW

352 - 4940

,•



Ristorante di Modesty

Opens

PASTA PLUS

Carry-Out
9 Mile & Beech In Beech Plaza 352-3322

Fine Dining In A Contemporary Italian Setting

Complementary Valet Parking

Lunches Served Mon: Fri. 11 to 4

Dinners Mon.Thurs. 4 to 11, Fri. & Sat. til Mid.

Entertainment Nightly
Cocktail Hour 5 to 7

Catering For ... Weddings,
Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, etc.

OPERA NITE WITH
ITALIAN BUFFET

DIXIELAND JAll &
B-B-Q RIBS & CHICKEN

11 95 per person
EVERY MONDAY

$

10,

per

$1295 person

INCLUDES: BAKED
POT. & SLAW

EVERY WEDNESDAY
6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.
6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.
REGULAR MENU ALSO SERVED EVERY NITE

630 Woodward Bet. Fort & Congress • Detroit 961-2444

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Featuring
Homemade Italian & Mexican Carry-Out Cuisine

• Chicken • Veal • HANDMADE Pasta • Gourmet Pizza
• Tacos • Complete Dinners • Salads • Oils
• Cheeses • Manuels Famous Caesar Salad • Etc.

FULL GOURMET CARRY-OUT
Open 7 Days, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. • Delivery Available

Jim and Alia Sage

welcome you to

sa9eors

I a mil y

25938 Middlebelt Rd. at 11 Mile Rd. in the Mid•11 Plaza
476.1750
Farmington Hills
Open 7 Days ... Mon.-Sat, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sun. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Featuring

Daily Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Specials

• Fresh Fish Daily • Baked, Broiled &Bar-B-Q Chicken
• Variety of Beef and Veal • Pastas • Salads
• Sandwiches and
• HOMEMADE DAILY Soups and Desserts

SALVATORE

5th ANNIVERSARY SUMMER CELEBRATION

TOAST — SPLIT OF MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE
APPETIZER — SHRIMP LOUIS
SALAD — MIXED GREENS OR CAESAR
MAIN COURSE — POACHED SALMON
W/CUCUMBER DILL SAUCE
OR
STUFFED VEAL TENDERLOIN
• DESSERT — ICE CREAM ROULADE






June thru August, dinner hours only $ 19 95

Reservations: 362-1262

Concourse, Top of Troy Bldg.,
755 W. Big Beaver at 1-75

dining

SCALLOPINI's

Homemade Pasta

NOW OPEN

Next To

NORM'S

Oyster Bar & Grill

29110 Franklin Road • Southfield

357-8877
DINNER • LUNCH • CARRY-OUT

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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