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February 18, 1994 - Image 132

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-02-18

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SEEN AT MARVIN'S

MICHAEL BAUM, Integrity Numismatics Corp., Rare Coin Dealer;
WIL VIVIANO, Viviano Wine Importers; SCOTT OSHINSKY, Standard
Register Printing Co.; LLOYD WEPMAN, Co-Op Cordinator, North
Farmington High School; CECIL FIELDER, Detroit Tigers; DAVID
KAM, University of Detroit Dental School; JOE FELDMAN, Quality
Paging Co., Lathrup Village Management Informaiton Systems.

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LATHRUP

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Things are
pretty normal
around here

mosphere where all areas are a
different decor. LaFendi serves
mid-eastern and American cui-
sine seven days a week with the
kitchen open until 10:30 p.m.
Many of the mid-eastern dish-
es are not found in any restau-
rant of its type and a big
favorite is the Raw Juice Bar
with fresh squeezed fruits and
vegetables. Catering is avail-
able.

FOR _4 FREE QUA

THIS AD

Expires
2-24-94

1 Coupon
Per
Person

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LIVONIA

D. Dennison's Seafood Tav-
ern of Livonia, 37716 W. 6
Mile, Laurel Park Place, Livonia,
464-9030. D. Dennison's has
an established reputation for
moderately-priced seafood
from Florida, Boston and the
Great Lakes. The atmosphere
is lively and informal with a
fresh raw bar and early dining
specials. Also featured are pas-
ta, chicken dishes, salads and
sandwiches, plus a children's
menu.

31005 ORCHARD LAKE RD. BEHIND F8JA SOUTH OF 14 • 626-5020
MON.-THURS. 10-9, FRI. & SAT. 10-11, SUN. 12-8

NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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NORTHVILLE

ON PINE KNOB GOLF COURSE

Finally! a Restaurant where the casual
crowd can enjoy spectacular views,
excellent service and the food that's Clarkston's best kept secret.

Sunday Brunch

Eggs & Omelettes Made to Order, Ba-
con & Sausage, Hash Browns, French
Toast, Broiled Seafood, Carved Roast
Beef, Pasta, Fresh Fruit, Assorted
Cheeses, Fresh Vegetables with dip,
Variety of Salads, A Wide Range of
French Pastries.
$9.95 Adults, $5.95 Children

Friday Night -
SEAFOOD BUFFET

Saturday Night -
PRIME RIB BUFFET

Custom Chef Preparations - Whatever You Desire!

LOCATED ON WALDON RD. (East of Sashabaw in Clarkston)
(313) 625-8684
Winter Hours: Wed.-Sat. 4-10 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

FREE DESSERT

YOUR CHOICE OF: ICE CREAM, HOMEMADE RICE PUDDING,
HOAMADE TAPIOCA PUDDING OR JELL°

WITH ALL DINNER SPECIALS!

1Q%
SENIOR CITIZEN
DISCOUNT
3 jo.m. to Closing
(Not Good On
2 For 1 or Early
Bird or Specials)

Niels

FAMILY DINING

27167 Greenfield, Just N. of 11 Mile

1
SPECIALS

2 FOR

EARLY BIRD
SPECIALS

559-8222

"The Simone Vitale
Band is an assurance
of a great evening."

Danny Raskin, Jewish News

• Weddings
• Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
• Anniversaries
• Private Parties

. . . ALL YOUR
HAPPY OCCASIONS

(313) 544-7373

Little Italy, 227 Hutton,
Northville, 348-0575. One time
it was a French restaurant. Now
the Victorian elegance has been
transformed into a pleasant Ital-
ian dining spot serving veals,
seafood and pasta dishes
among a wide variety of spe-
cialties that have added to its
popularity. Little Italy serves
cocktails and has the Valente
touch of realism.

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NOVI

Ah Wok, 41563 W. 10 Mile Rd.,
Novi Plaza, Novi, 349-9260.
Rated among the top gourmet
Chinese restaurants in this area,
Ah Wok is also still a big favorite
on standard traditional dining.
For years, adventurous cus-
tomers have enjoyed the elab-
orate offerings with their
imaginative style of preparation
which have proven delightful
palate-pleasers.

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OAK PARK

Bread Basket Deli, 101 Mile
and Greenfield, Lincoln Shop-
ping Center, Oak Park, 968-
0022. A favorite of many
people for breakfast, lunch, din-
ner and after-theater, this has
the aura of a modernistic deli-
catessen so apparent with col-
orful decor. A children's menu
is featured along with party
trays. The Bread Basket Deli is
open Tuesday through Sunday
10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Golden Bowl, 22106 Coolidge
at 9 Mile, Oak Park, 398-5502.
The knowledge of Chef Frank
Eng is widespread in Chinese
dining. Golden Bowl is open
seven days, Mon.-Thurs. from
11 a.m. and Sunday from 1
p.m. serving Szechuan, Man-
darin and Cantonese food. Car-
ry-out service is available plus
banquet facilities.

Hoa Kow, 13715 W. 9 Mile,
Oak Park, 547-4663. One of
Oak Park's pioneers, Hoa Kow
is a favorite of people from
all walks of life and all parts of
the Detroit and Metropolitan ar-

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OAK PARK

SOUTHFIELD

eas. Plus Cantonese Szechuan
and Mandarin foods, Hoa Kow
Oak Park and its second loca-
tion Hoa Kow West Bloomfield
at Crosswinds Mall are famous
for their varieties of white fish,
selling over 1,500 pounds a
week.

provided him with the needed
experience for complete cus-
tomer satisfaction. It is open
seven days.

Modern Delicatessen, 25290
Greenfield, Oak Park, 968-8000.
Some say it opened in 1926 but
most agree that Modern Deli-
catessen unlocked its doors in
1936. Whatever the year, it is
one of Detroit's oldest names
in the restaurant business. Mod-
em's second location, on Green-
field just south of 1-696, still
serves the same homemade tra-
ditional Jewish foods for which
it has been known, only in a
much more modernistic at-
mosphere. Tray catering? Of
course.

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ROYAL OAK

Chick-N Ribs, 118 S. Wood-
ward, Royal Oak, 544-1211.
Much has been said about this
dine in and carry-out restaurant
whose specialties of broasted
or bar-b-q chicken and bar-b-
q ribs have received much at-
tention, but as regular
customers say, the proof is in
the tasting. It's open seven
days, Sun.-Thurs. 11-10, Fri. &
Sat. 11-11.

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SOUTHFIELD

Alia's, 27167 Greenfield,
Southfield, 559-8222. A good
family restaurant serving Amer-
ican and Lebanese cuisine, Alia's
owners Dania and Ed Farah are
proud of their homemade spe-
cialties prepared from natural
ingredients. It is open 7 days
a week serving breakfast, lunch
and dinner. Carry-out of its en-
tire menu is available as is off-
premise catering.

Embassy Suites, 28100
Franklin Rd., Southfield 350-
2000. There is much to say
about Executive Chef John P. Vo-
gelmeier. Being a graduate of the
Culinary Institute of America, a
member of the Michigan Chefs
de Cuisine and teacher of private
cooking classes.

Excalibur, 28875 Franklin Rd.,
Southfield, 358-3355. When for-
mer owner Pat Archer passed
on, people said Excalibur would
also go. However, they didn't
reckon with Marty Wilk, own-
er/chef who has made it one of
Metropolitan Detroit's marked-
ly popular dining and dancing
spots. It's Frank Sinatra's fa-
vorite while in the local area.
Entertainment is Tues. thru Sat.
and complete catering at Ex-
calibur plus homes, halls, etc.

Gateway Deli, 21754 W. 11
Mile, Harvard Row, Southfield,
352-4940. A delicatessen man
from years back is bossman at
Gateway Deli, Lenny Fidler, giv-
ing customers a lot of confi-
dence in the enjoyment of its
traditional homemade Jewish
dishes. Gateway serves break-
fast, lunch and dinner and is like
a meeting place for its clientele.
A big specialty is party trays
with Sunday a day of rest from
much hard work.

Gold Coin, 24480 W. 10 Mile
in Tel-Ex Plaza, Southfield, 353-
7878. The Gold Coin features
Szechuan, Mandarin and Can-
tonese dining with complete
carry-out available. It is owned
by Howard Lew, whose Ming
Palace of Northland years back

Jane's Place, 25851 Lahser,
Southfield, 354-3640. One of
those little spots people hear
about with good home cooking
and all-around homey atmos-
phere for lunch and dinner with
a wide variety. Seating is in-
doors or on the outdoor patio
overlooking a garden with farm-
like motif planted and arranged
by Owner Jane Kladzyk.
Evening specials include dining
from all parts of the world.

McVee's, 23380 Telegraph Rd.,
Southfield, 352-8243. One of
the local area's oldest restau-
rateurs in the point of service
owns and operates McVee's.
Herman Yagoda uses his vast
experience to promote what
every customer wants, quality
and satisfaction. Moderately-
priced lunches and dinners in-
cluding fresh fish, are served
daily amid a casual and relaxed
atmosphere.

Meriwethers, 25485 Tele-
graph, Southfield, 358-1310.
The warm atmosphere of this
English Tudor castle setting
with Chuck Muer's noted fresh
seafood plus menu items of tra-
ditional English food has been
a favorite for over 11 years. It
is open seven days a week with
birthday discounts and Fre-
quent Dining Friends Program
among its special features.

Mountain Jack's, 26855
Greenfield Rd., Southfield, 557-
0570. Noted for serving excel-
ent prime rib, Mountain Jack's
Southfield also presents a wide-
ly diversified menu for diners
with discriminating taste, in-
cluding steak, chicken or
seafood. It is one of the few
places where entrees also in-
clude soup and salad bar at the
table.

New Seoul Garden, 27566
Northwestern, Southfield, 827-
1600. Authentic Korean and
Japanese dishes are the theme
foods at this restaurant with a
sister Seoul Garden in Sterling
Heights. Authenticity is brought
to the table where favorites
such as beef, chicken and
shrimp are prepared on a bar-
beque grill in front of cus-
tomers. Floor seating and a
suchi bar also add to its appeal.

Pearl City, 27522 Northwest-
ern Hwy. at 11 Mile between
Lahser and Telegraph, South-
field, 354-3700. Since selecting
Southfield as his third location,
John Wong has captured the
dining imagination of many
with his moderately-priced Chi-
nese food at lunch and dinner.
Pearl City Southfield's Sunday
buffet, dinner buffet and menu
selections offer customers a va-
riety of ways in which to dine.
It's children's menu is also high-
ly received.

Radisson Plaza Hotel, 1500
Town Center, Southfield, 827-
4000. The two stylish restau-
rants at popular Radisson Plaza
Hotel are each noted for indi-
vidual goodness. Bouquets is
its fine dining room and Tan-
go's Cocktail Lounge features
a bistro atmosphere with en-
tertainment for dancing Thurs-
day through Saturday. The
entire hotel has been rated four
diamonds by AM for the many
services it offers.

Star Deli, 24555 W. 12 Mile
Rd., Southfield, 352-7377. This

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