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August 27, 1993 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-08-27

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4„116, Dining Guide

AMERICAN

AMERICAN

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"Our number one goal at Alban's is to
make sure you have a truly enjoyable

meal each time you visit with us."

Gracious Dining and Off Premise Catering

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Josepk's

LUNCH • DINNER • AFTER DINNER
STEAKS • SEAFOOD • CHICKEN • SANDWICHES
Your Choice of 2 Sized Portions
Pianist Fri. & Sat. — Carry Out Available
2555 Twelve Mile Road, Berkley
399-6750

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FINE RESTAURANT

258 - 5788
190 N. Hunter, Birmingham
Mon.-Thurs. 11.11; Fri., Sat. 11-Midnight; Sun. 12-9; Brunch 10-2:30

Bottle & Basket

By DANNY RASKIN

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Birmingham's Ageless Favorite

GREAT FOOD - LOW PRICES

23380 Telegraph South of 10 Mlle Rd • Southfield (313) 352-8243

Award-Winning Cuisine. Elegant Dining.

1500 Town Center, Southfield

DONS BODY SHOP

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
Wednesday Thru Saturday
LUNCH • DINNER

Casual Dining

827-4000

HOUSE SPECIALTY

Potato Encrusted Whitefish • Roasted Half Duck

Dine In Our Antique Cars • Private Parties
22061 Woodward, Ferndale 398-1940

ROCKY'S ALSO FEATURES
,,IA.811 ,'„ l e Fresh Fish • Steaks • Bar B Q Ribs • Pastas

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Rocky Former Executive Chef Chuck Muers

41122 West 7 Mile, Northville, 3494434

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EMBASSY SUITES'

SOUTHFIELD'S FINEST CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH

Sunday 11:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Featuring a carving station with Roast turkey and ten-
derloin, waffle, omelette and pasta. Lox and smoked fish,
hot entrees and salads, and a sumptuous display of
pastries and desserts. Entertainment books accepted. \ z
Adults $15.95 Seniors $13.95 Under 12 $7.95 ,tc4xt.s 25 okers
RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED 350-2000
28100 Franklin Road, Southfield
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CHINESE

RATED *** DETROIT MONTHLY

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Szechuan and Gourmet
Cantonese Restaurant

41563 West Ten Mile, Novi 349-9260

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The World Famous Montgomery Inn Ribs

FEATURING

CARRY-OUT
AVAILABLE

OPEN 7 DAYS — YOUR HOST: HOWARD LEW
SZECHUAN, MANDARIN, CANTONESE
24480 W. 10 MILE (1N TEL-EX PLAZA)
353-7848
(West of Telegraph)

FRESH FISH DAILY

Family Casual Dining
Carry-Out Available
Banquet Facilities
Middlebelt at 12 Mile Road
851-8222

GOLDEN BOWL

DINE IN & CARRY-OUT 398-5502 or 398-5503

SZECHUAN, MANDARIN & CANTONESE

OPEN 7 DAYS —
MON.-11-IURS. 11-9:45, FRI. & SAT. 11-10:45, SUN. & HOLIDAYS 1 to 9:45

STEAKS ON THE HEARTH

CHOICE... STEAKS, CHOPS, SEAFOOD

Your Chef: FRANK ENG
• Banquet Facilities
22106 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE In A & P Shopping Center

Reservations (313) 538-4688

Banquet Facilities up to 50

Dining Cocktails Catered Outdoor Barbeques

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24201 West 7 Mile Rd. At Telegraph • Valet Parking

Dining Guide

For information to be a part of this
weekly Dining Guide feature,
please contact
Danny Raskin, Art Shafer
or your account representative
at
(313) 354-6060

THE RESTAURANT LISTING
IS A WEEKLY DINING GUIDE
ADVERTISING FEATURE

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Chinese-American Restaurant
Dining & Carry-Out
Cantonese, Szechuan & American
6257 Orchard Lake Rd. in Sugar Tree Shopping Center
North of Maple • West Bloomfield • 855-3570

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ANN ARBOR

Polo Club, Ann Arbor Hilton,
610 Hilton Blvd., Ann Arbor,
761-7800. Casual, sophisti-
cated dining is seven days a
week at this delightful French
and American culinary stand-
out. Chef _Jerry Roach's imagi-
native creations are giving
people much to talk about with
fine presentations of a well pre-
pared menu with interesting
dishes. Owners Barbara and
Josef Herzig enjoy satisfying
people at special private party
occasions. Piano entertainment
is Fridays and Saturdays. (t)

AUBURN HILLS

Taste of Thailand, 2755 Uni-
versity, Aubum Hills, 373-4422.
The many dishes that are not
so frequently encountered
make this spot one of the more
interesting Thai restaurants lo-
cally. Taste of Thailand's dis-
tinctive appetizers include yum
apple a wonderfully textured
salad. Some main dishes de-
parting from the tried-and true
are Songkhla grilled and mari-
nated half chicken. Now serv-
ing cocktails. Table settings
offer big white linen napkins. (i)

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BERKLEY

Chuck Joseph's, 2555 Twelve
Mile Rd., Berkley, 399-6750. 25
years ago, Chuck and Dorothy
Joseph opened their popular
restaurant at that time on Grand
River, featuring steaks and
chops. Chuck passed away and
Dorothy has been the sole own-
er and operator in carrying on
the fine quality tradition she
and Chuck maintained for din-
ing goodness. However, today
it is much more than steaks and
chops, with seafood, chicken
and sandwiches being wanted
items on its menu. (I)

Sila, 4033 W. 12 Mile, Berkley,
548-3650. Two brothers, Mike
and Al Bsharah, have vaulted
Sila into a top family Italian
restaurant and pizzeria. Its piz-
za can be gotten square or
round, plus ribs, chicken, fish,
salads, pasta and other family
delights that include the big sell-
ing chicken parmigiana. Daily
lunch and dinner specials are 7
days a week and private ban-
quet space is available.w

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BIRMINGHAM

Alban's, 190 N. Hunter, Birm-
ingham, 258-5788. An ageless
favorite of Birmingham, it is
known for quality food and fine
service, offering a full menu and
complete wine and spirit se-
lections. Alban's caters to all di-
etary wishes including Heart
Smart! and is a complete party
outfitter for groups 200 to 500. to

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BLOOMFIELD HILLS

Kingsley Inn, 1475 North
Woodward, Bloomfield Hills,
642-0100. The historical back-
ground of Kingsley Inn is such
that has brought a rich tradition
in fine dining to the Metropol-
itan area. The menu also fea-
tures lighter dining fare as well
as noted Kingsley Inn standbys

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