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April 01, 1994 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-04-01

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LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
ON WEEKENDS

OAK PARK

Continued from Page 70

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FARMINGTON HILLS

and dinner with gourmet
Lebanese dishes at reasonable
prices.

Wing Hong, 31455 W. 14 Mile,
Farmington Hills, 851-7400.
One side serves Cantonese,
Szechuan and Mandarin food.
The other, Tokyo Japanese
Steak House, features a Sushi
Bar along with Japanese dishes
for table dining. Wing Hong is
celebrating its 18th anniversary
at this location but over 30
years in the Metropolitan De-
troit area. Daily lunch and din-
ner specials are both Chinese
and Japanese.

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LATIFIRUP

CLASSIC COFFEE HOUSE

207 S. Woodward Ave., Downtown Birmingham

Next to Birmingham Theatre

Hours: Sun.-Wed. 6:30 am-Midnight, Thurs.-Sat. 6:30 am-3 am

810-642-CAFE

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SEEN AT MARVIN'S

LIVONIA

JUDGE BARRY HOWARD, Oakland County Circuit Court; GARY

D.

GIESE, Creative Art Director, Compuware; HOWARD FABER, Sports
Center, Gibralter Trade Center; AL E. GOLD, Account Executive,
Fiscal Securities; MORTON RABAN, Professor of Chemistry, Wayne
State University; SANDY ZISPER, Staff of Jewish Community
Center, Works With Developmentally-Disabled Tweens.

ACOUSTIC MUSIC
IN ANN ARBOR SINCE 196

David
Broza

GIEKERTI
OPEN EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL 31
COME SEE OUR OLD TIME PHOTO BOOTH.
PICTURES LIKE YESTERYEARS!
GREAT FOR PASSPORTS, ID'S & WHATEVER.

Sat., April 9
7:30 & 9:30 pm

Israeli superstar
returns following
his stunning show
at the Ann Arbor
Folk Festival.

SLOT MACHINES FOR SALE

*

Show
Sun., Apr. 17, 1 pm

Children's

Expires

4/7/94

1 Coupon
Per

As seen on the Fred Penner show!

P

the Story

THE DETRO IT J EWISH NEWS

31005 ORCHARD LAKE RD. BEHIND F&M SOUTH OF 14 • 626-5020
MON.-THURS. 10-9, FRI. 8, SAT. 11111, SUN. 12-8
L

Thursday, April 21

7:30 & 9:30 pm

MORE DISCOUNTS
COMING!

HONG KONG
WHITEFISH
SPECIAL

7 •95

(No Ice Cream
or Other
Dessert)

NOT GOOD WITH ANY OTHER COUPONS OR SPECIALS
EXPIRES 4-30-94

Six part harmony
without the
boring parts.

Pat Donohue
w/ Judith Sloan

Saturday, April 23, 8 pm

HONG KONG
STEAK
SPECIAL

8.95

Ice Crea
Cream

or Other

Dessert)

NOT GOOD WITH ANY OTHER COUPONS OR SPECIALS
EXPIRES 4-30-94

Witi6 MO*

Orchard Lake Rd. and 14 Mile Rd. • Farmington Hills

TOKYO JAPANESE STEAK HOUSE I CANTONESE & NORTHERN CUISINE
851-8600
851-7400

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.

NORTHVILLE

Heather
Bishop

MIS AD

76

LaFendi, 27060 Evergreen,
Lathrup Canding, Lathrup, 559-
9099. It's changeover is amaz-
ing from the former Sol's
Delicatessen to an elegant at-
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.

Tickets at Ticket Master, Michigan Union Ticket
Office, Herb David Guitar Studio, Schoolltids
Records, or call 763-TKTS to charge on Visa, MC,
or Discover. For more info call 761-1800.

CLASSIFIED
GET RESULTS!

Call The Jewish News

354-5959

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-
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.

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.

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