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December 24, 1993 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-24

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DiNiNq GuidE

ITALIAN

ITALIAN

ITALIAN GOURMET MENU

FOUR STAR RESTAURANT

COCKTAILS

Dinner • Lunch • Catering

"Chef Franco Giolando offers serious
Sicilian and Milan style cooking."

Sandra Silfven Detroit News

"I consider Franco's a find"

Molly Abraham Free Press

3614 Rochester Rd., Troy

528-0153

Mon.-Thur. 11-9, Fri. 11 10, Sat. 4-10, Sun. 4-8PM

Mon.-Fri. 11-11
Sat. 4-2
Sun. 2-11

Superb
Northern Italian
Cuisine

Dancing Fri. & Sat. with the Charlie Hill Quartet

ASK ABOUT OUR GEM DINNER PACKAGES FOR 2

• THEATRE TICKETS FOR 2
• DINNER FOR 2 Including Carafe of Wine

$90 For 2 (Weekdays)
$100 For 2 (Fri. & Sat.)

(Not Including Shellfish or Tip)

Ask For Mark or Vince
4222 Second Blvd., Bet. Willis & Canfield • Valet Parking • 832-1616

WNW

Nil

RISTORANTE

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KOREAN

Featuring award winning chef Joe Beato

VALENTE'S LITTLE ITALY

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The Best Korean-Japanese
Restaurant in North America

• BBQ Grill On The Table
• Floor Sitting Room
• Largest Sushi Bar in Town • Cocktail Lounge with Karoke

Intimate Dining
RA I hD '7:z1:f DE1ROIT NEWS

(313) 827.1600

Hours: Mon.-Sat. 11:30am-10:30pm Sun. & Holidays Noon - 10 pm
Sister restaurant Seoul Gdrden in Sterling Heights

Serving The Finest
Regional Italian Cuisine

PIZZERIA

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Specializing in Veal & Seafood

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RESTAURANT & BAR

THE ORIGINAL
DEEP DISH CHICAGO STYLE PIZZA

Fresh Pasta • Burgers • Salads • Appetizers • Cocktails
Ids Eat Free Sun. & Mon. • (Ask for Detarls) • Movie Meal Deals

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

30715 W. Ten
Mile, Farmington Hills, 474-
3033. Proprietors Adriano and
Rina Tonon from the Veneto re-
gion of Italy have been se rv ing
their best of Italy cooking for
over 16 years in a romantic am-
bience accented by a fireplaced
dining room. Receptions, re-
hearsals, bar mitzvahs, busi-
ness meetings are held in a
private garden room with ad-
jacent courtyard for appetizers
and cocktails. Herbs are grown
on the premises.

27909 Orchard
Lake Rd., Farmington Hills, 553-
7000. One of the area's finest
seafood houses is a low-keyed
secret. D. Dennison's is on a par
with many higher-touted
restaurants whose fish entrees
are a main feature. The fresh
water-farin' creatures that end
up at both its Livonia locale
bring a lot of tasty happiness
to many.

27815 Middlebelt
Rd., Farmington Hills, 851-
8222. One of Metropolitan De-
troit's favorite celebrity
restaurants, Ginopolis', owned
by brothers Johnny and Peter
Ginopolis, carries on the tradi-
tion of excellence which their
father George always insisted
upon. Seafood, authentic Mont-
gomery Inn ribs and choice se-
lections are Ginopolis' favorites.
A beautiful private room is avail-
able plus off-premise service
for all types of catering.

Marvin's Marvelous Me-
chanical Museum, 31005

277 HUTTON RD. • NORTHVILLE (313) 348-0575

VALENTE'S OTHER FINE ITALIAN RESTAURANTS
Ristorante di Maria
La Luna Grancaffe
W. Bloomfield 851-2500
Birmingham 642-7070

Cafe Cortina,

Ginopolis',

New Seoul Garden Restaurant

27566 Northwestern Hwy., in Southfield

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Buddy's Pizza, 31 646 North-
western Hwy., Farmington Hills,
855-4604. Among the fastest
growing chains in the midwest,
Buddy's Pizza now has six sit-
down and three carry-out loca-
tions. Although Buddy's is highly
ranked for its award-winning piz-
za, the menu is widely diversi-
fied with turkey burgers,
chargrilled chicken, Caesar sal-
ad, pasta crab salad, stuffed pota-
to skins, meat balls, pasta, etc.

D. Dennisons,

Southern Italian Cuisine
0 RATED * ** DETROIT FREE PRESS

Theatre/Diner Pkgs. & Shuttle Service
670 Lothrop (Behind Fisher Theatre)
872-5110 Free Parking After 5p.m.

FARMINGTON HILLS

6745 Orchard Lake Road
West Bloomfield

Carry-Out

Door 2 Door

737-7242

Orchard Lake Rd., 626-5020.
They said Marvin Yagoda was
crazy when he came up with
the idea, but his fun emporium,
with 24 tables for lunch snacks
too, is among few like it in the
nation. Video games, pinball
machines, antique games,
unique posters, artifacts, etc.
including an old-time photo
booth that works, make up this
party favorite where both
youngsters and adults get
equally involved.

Peacock Cafe & Grill,

SEAFOOD

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Seafood
so fresh...
you'd think
we'd caught it
ourselves!

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DENN

Seafood Tavern

Corner of 12 Mile &
Orchard Lake Rd.
Farmington Hills • 553-7000

Laurel Park Place
Six Mile Rd. at 1-275
Livonia • 464-9030

25938
Middlebelt Road, Farmington
Hills, 476-1750. Another of
those good and clean neigh-
borhood restaurants that fea-
ture home-style cooking, fresh
seafood and a variety of dish-
es all low prices. A new, ever-
evolving and well diversified
menu for all tastebuds is fea-
tured. True family dining here
is nestled at the corner of a well-
trafficked shopping center.

Roman Terrace II, 3 761 0 W.

12 Mile, Halstead Village Plaza,
Farmington Hills, 553-0080.
From the ashes of a tragic fire
that gutted this very successful
Italian restaurant, owners Bob
McDonald and Harry Phinney
have opened Roman Terrace II.
It features the same fine menu
as on Orchard Lake Rd. & 12
Mile, plus executive its chef as
before the fire, and many of the
previous waitstaff to provide
the enjoyable food and service
customers always expected.

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