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January 22, 1993 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-22

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ANY 1/2 BAKED PIZZA,

ANY LARGE PIZZA,
LARGE ANTIPASTO OR
LARGE GREEK SALAD

PICKED UP BETWEEN 2-3 p.m.
ON SUPER BOWL SUNDAY
JANUARY 31, 1993

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BOTH SUPER SPECIALS AVAILABLE AT:

BUDDY'S BIRMINGHAM

BUDDY'S NORTHWESTERN

(Carry-Out Only)

(Dine In & Carry-Out)

3637 MAPLE RD. & LAHSER

31646 NORTHWESTERN HWY,

BIRMINGHAM

FARMINGTON HILLS

645.0300

855.4600

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Clarion Hotel
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Farmington Hills

31525 W. Twelve Mile Rd.

THE DETROIT J EWIS H NEWS

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352-4940
21754 W. 11 MILE AT LAHSER • HARVARD ROW Fax: 352-9393

There's Myriad Of Choices
For The Luncheon Crowd

DANNY RASKIN LOCAL COLUMNIST

he Mystery Muncher
guest columnist
writes:
"Who says you can't
- go home again? Our revisit to
Carl's Chop House on Grand
River, after too many years,
was as warm as a welcome
party. Owner Frank Passalac-
qua helped us off with our
coats and escorted us to our
table, making us feel special.
"We've been to many res-
taurants since our last dining
experience at Carl's but never
received that unique, red
carpet treatment. The relish
tray is exactly the way we
remembered it and so is the
butter-soft filet mignon. The
seafood and prime rib dishes
of our companions were
superb.
"This downtown landmark
is. worth revisiting. Unlike
some other old favorites, it re-
mains unchanged. Passalac-
qua urged us not to stay away
so long and we won't. Carl's is
like a tried and true friend
who lasts.
"The new Outback restau-
rant on Orchard Lake Road
and Maple puts you in an
Aussie mood with awesome
food. A picture of Crocodile
Dundee overlooks this dark-
ened, pub-like dining spot
with an Australian motif. If
you're not into spicy food, you
can order your meal not
highly seasoned. You're not
sacrificing flavor.
"Everything is tasty, from
the barbecued shrimp ap-
petizer to Caesar salad to
shrimp fettuccini or perfectly
done steak. Our waiter,
Steven, was attentive and
helpful and the manager
came over to our table to see
if everything was to our lik-
ing. A lot of folks are talking
about the Outback and it's
not overrated.
"If you're tired of the same
old low cholesterol diet, try
the lamb chops at Pyramids
on Southfield Road just north
of 12 Mile. You'll be greeted
by Khalil, who does all the
cooking, even for catered par-
ties of 300 guests. The
homemade soup and salad
are palate pleasing. Pyramids
features other Mideastern
dishes which are wholesome
and satisfying.
"Some hotel dining rooms
are disappointing and over-
priced. Not so Stacy's Sea
Grille in the Troy Marriott on
West Big Beaver. Casual

elegance sets the mood for col-
ossal shrimp dishes or shrimp
and steak combinations.
Steaks, chicken and veal
chops are wood grilled.
"Located on beautiful Lake
St. Clair, Gino's Surf on East
Jefferson has been a favorite
dining spot for more than two
decades. Gino's specializes in
Italian cuisine and features
fresh seafood brought in dai-
ly. This family restaurant has
a friendly, casual atmosphere.
There's nothing as tranquil as
gazing at the water while din-
ing on good food.
"The lively, sophisticated
Ristorante di Modesta on
Northwestern Highway is a
continental experience in fine
Italian dining. The food is
perfectly seasoned, light with
just subtle hints of anchovy or
tomato sauce. Nothing is
overpowering. A half-dozen
varieties of pasta, seafood and
veal dominate the menu.
"If you're in the mood for
something different, try the
Cadieux Cafe on Cadieux in
Detroit. It's the only place in
town that offers Belgian rab-
bit and famous steamed
mussels. The jumbo steamed
shrimp are highly recom-
mended and the Belgian
cookies in this old checker-
tableclothed family restau-
rant are among the greatest.
"The decor at Ernesto's in
Plymouth is English country
inn, but the food is definitely
Italian. The portions are
generous and the large vari-
ety of dishes are flavorful.
You'll want to go back again.
"Peppina's Ristorante on
Dix Road in Lincoln Park
features a decor of beautiful
crystals. You'll get a quick
course in geology as you ad-
mire the amethyst and other
stones gracing the walls. The
pastas are rich and home-
made and plentiful. The
cheese ravioli is large enough
to feed a family and the
dishes are bathed in rich and
mellow sauces. Desserts are
sinful.
"If you're out Ann Arbor
way, you've got to try Zinger-
man's Delicatessen on Detroit
Street. It's crowded from
dawn to dusk. The sand-
wiches are some of the heart-
iest anywhere. More than a
deli, Zingerman's has an over-
whelming array of carryout
from mustards to three kinds
of knishes. Great desserts are

served in Zingerman's spot
next door.
"Ann Arbor residents also
enjoy the Prickly Pear Cafe
on Main Street. The restau-
rant features Southwestern
cuisine such as black bean
relienos, guacamole and crab
cakes with green chile
chutney. Desserts are created
by pastry chef Mary Miller
who co-owns the restaurant
with chef/husband Gary
Pearce.
`The Earle on Washington
Street in Ann Arbor is
another old standby. The chic
dining spot serves traditional
dishes from the provinces of
France and Italy. Specialties
are pasta, veal, chicken and
seafood, Pacific Coast salmon
and leg of lamb. The wine list
is among the most complete
in southeast Michigan.
"The Shanghai Cafe in La
Mirage shopping plaza on
Northwestern Highway offers
innovative Chinese cuisine.
It's battling against a mall

The meals range
from chic to
senior discount.

that is completely empty ex-
cept for this comfortable, cafe-
style establishment.
"Wong's Eatery, Windsor's
most popular Chinese restau-
rant, is consistently good.
Unlike many Oriental dining
spots, Wong's is attractively
decorated. Some great dishes
are prepared to order — mild,
medium or hot.
"Ciro's on Cass Lake Road
in Keego Harbor offers casual
Italian dining with delicious,
homemade pasta and features
veal, fresh broiled fish, steaks
and prime rib.
"Jane's Place on Lahser
Road in Southfield is a testi-
monial to its owner, Jane. Her
creative centerpieces, table-
cloths and other decorative
handiwork enhance the in-
timate cafe setting. Custo-
mers enjoy meals such as
Jane's ponzi and other dishes
cooked by the talented owner.
"Doing lunch or brunch is
as much a part of retirement
as social security and naps.
It's luxury to dine in leisure
and style when you're not
watching the clock.
"At Seros on Northwestern

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