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April 15, 1994 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-04-15

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

Dancing Fri. & Sat. with the Charlie Hill Quartet

7AsT • THEATRE TICKETS FOR 2

DIFFERENCE.

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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.

$65 For 2 (Weekdays)
$75 For 2 (Fri. & Sat.)

DINNER FOR 2 Including
Carafe of Wine

Cafe Cortina, 30715 W. Ten

D. Dennisons, 27909 Orchard

Superb Northern Italian Cuisine

GEM DINNER PACKAGE FOR TWO

THE

ad, pasta crab salad, stuffed
potato skins, meat balls, pasta,
etc.

Mile, Farmington Hills, 474-
3033. The Tonon family from
the Veneto region of Italy have
been cooking their family re-
ceipes for over 17 years in a ro-
mantic ambience accented by
a fireplaced dining room. Re-
ceptions, rehearsals, bar mitz-
vahs, business meetings are
held in a private garden room
with adjacent courtyard for ap-
petizers and cocktails. Herbs
are grown on the premises.

ITALIAN

Light Dining
Now
Available

FARMINGTON HILLS

(Not Including Shellfish or Tip)

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

Ginopolis', 27815 Middlebelt

Rd., Farmington Hills, 851
8222. One of Metropolitan De-

KOREAN

-

The Best Korean-Japanese

Restaurant in North A.merica

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

New Seoul Garden Restaurant

Dine in the great room of an auto baron's Grasse Pointe
mansion, that is now our main dining room, or listen to a master of
ragtime and boogie piano in the bar of this quintessential
Chuck Muer seafood restaurant.

(at the Northfield Hilton) 5498 Crooks Road
Troy, Michigan • (313) 879-2060

27566 Northwestern Hwy., in Southfield

(313) 8274600

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

Marvin's Marvelous Me-
chanical Museum, 31005

THAI

Mexico Is Only 5 minutes Away!

Authentic Mexican

I WO

Dishes
Specializing in Great Quesadillas,
Chile Rellenos, Flautas & More!

Restaurante

LIVE LATIN JAZZ by
JOSE RIOJAS Thurs.-Sat. 7-10
SALSA DANCING Friday & Saturday

5566 Drake Rd.vi'
611iim
r,1_
A _
W. Bloomfield
661-8088

28407 5 Mile Rd.

Livonia

RESTAURANT

The Newest Thai Restaurart in Town!
RATED -trtrtr DETROIT NEWS

• LUNCH SPECIALS FROM 11 - 4 PM
ERING AVAILABLE
• CARRY OUT & CATERING

FOR RESERVATIONS:
(313) 626-6313
6635 Orchard Lk. Rd. at Maple • Old Orchard Shopping Ctr.
HOURS: Mon.-Thur. 11 AM-10 PM, Fri. & Sat. 11 AM-11 PM, Sun. 12-9 PM

421-3310

.WATERFRONT

TH E D E TRO I T J EWIS H NE WS

MORE TO ENJOY — THE NEW

fiaf 7°1;

D•DENmsows
SEAFOOD

Fflt-WUS

TAVEIZN

BRINGING You FINE SERVICE,

QUALITY AND VALUES SINCE 1981

SEAFOOD So FRESH . . . YOU'D
THINK WE CAUGHT IT OURSELVES!

ORCHARD LAKE ROAD AT 12 MILE • FARMINGTON HILLS • 553-7000
LAUREL PARK PLACE • SIX MILE AT I-275 • LIVONIA • 464-9030

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.

For Your Next Catered Party...

Key Largo is proud to present the creative
catering abilities of Executive Chef:

TatrickDunn

Formerly of the Hudson River Club, New York
and Excalibur Restaurant in Southfield
Let Chef Patrick and his experienced staff
design an unforgetable culinary experience
for your next party.
Please Ask For Craig Cassady (810) 669-1441
142 E. Walled Lake
Walled Lake

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, 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, 37610 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.

Vineyard's Cafe & Catering,

32418 Northwestern, Farm-
ington Hills, 855-9463. Now
that Shirlee Bloom has her Glatt
Kosher Kitchen, she is able to
do what Shirlee does best — the
preparation of traditional Jew-
ish dishes. It has a mashgiach
on the premises and is under
the supervision of the Metro-

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