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June 24, 1994 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-06-24

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Continued from Page 69


Welcomes Placid° Domingo
to the Masonic Temple
on June 30th.

Iamb chops, special recipe
Parthenon cake, traditional Greek
favorites, special salads, etc. have
been winning return customers.

Golden Phoenix, 6257 Orchard
Lake Rd., Sugar Tree Shopping
Center, West Bloomfield, 855-
3570. Now serving beer and
wine, Golden Phoenix, specializ-
ing in Chinese, Cantonese and
Szechuan food, is the same fine
restaurant that had previously
been a long-time favorite on
Maple and Telegraph. Both din-
ing in and carry-out are available
in a wide assortment of Orien-
tal dishes for culinary consump-

Make the night even more memorable with dinner at
Mario's before or after the performance. Make your reservations now!

Show your ticket or ticket stub and receive
a 15% discount on food orders.

Select from Mario's traditional menu or
the popular new "Light Side" menu.

Mai Thai, 6635 Orchard Lake
Rd., Old Orchard Shopping Cen-
ter, West Bloomfield, 626-6313.
Those who like the real thing will
enjoy Mai Tai with its very spicy
or non-spicy foods concocted for
authentic and traditional tastes
at lunch or dinner. It presents a
casual atmosphere with seating
around 100 and is open seven
days a week.

Mario's, the perfect blending of elegance, quality, tradition
and atmosphere into the finest Italian dining experience
in Metropolitan Detroit.

Music and Ballroom dancing on Friday and Saturday nights.

4222 Second Avenue • Between Willis and Canfield • 832-1616



From the tradition of northern Michigan, the Origianl E.G. Nick's now

offers Planked Whitefish. It's cooked and served on a special plank

that holds att the delicious whitefish flavor for your taste buds.

So step out at E.G. Nick's soon and taste a bit of northern

Michigan, or as we like to say...Come walk the plank,

we dare ya!





pasta • ribs • plankftsh

6066 West Maple at Farmington Road

Celebrate your birthday with us and receive a
complimentary dinner & dessert! Call for details.

(810) 851-0805


...with this ad. Maximum value: $10.00. Not
valid with other offers. Expires 7/31/94

We're open 7 days a week at
621 Opdyke Rd. in Auburn Hills


(810) 332.7744

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Old Mexico, 5588 Drake Rd.,
West Bloomfield, 661-8088. Au-
thentic South of the Border dish-
es are big features at one of the
northwest suburbs highly-rated
Mexican restaurants. South-
western quesadillas, chicken fa-
jitas f mojo de ajo (shrimp
prepared Mexican style) and
many more delights including big
hit margaritas are among the fa-
vorites. The very fine Latin jazz
rhythms of guitarist Jose Riojas
are Thurs., Fri. and Sat. evenings.
A second Old Mexico location is
on 5 Mile in Livonia.

Ristorante di Maria, 2080 Wal-
nut Lake Road, West Bloomfield,
851-2500. Although it only seats
around 50 people, this many-
times, jam-packed Italian restau-
rant might be called "The
Flagship" of the Valente dining
stable (La Suna Grancaffe and Lit-
tle Italy). It certainly is the oldest
of the three, starting out years
back as just a little carry-out piz-
za place and developing into a
very popular Italian gourmet-style
operation. Wine is served and Ris-
torante di Maria is open seven
days a week.

Stage & Co., 6873 Orchard Lake
Rd., West Bloomfield, 855-6622.
Celebrating its 30th year, this
highly-regarded restaurant fea-
tures cocktails and a menu to sat-
isfy all appetites. Whether
choosing cheese blintzes stuffed
cabbage, pickled trout, vegetar-
ian dishes, hand-sliced New York
lox, fresh broiled fish or matzo
ball soup, breakfast, lunch and
dinner dining in a warm casual
atmosphere is Tues., through

Sultan's, 7295 Orchard Lake Rd.,
Robin's Nest Plaza, West Bloom-
field, 737-0160. Raves of out-
standing merit have been
received by Sultan's, where the
price is right for Lebanese and
American food. The original head
chef since Sultan's opened in
1985, is still in the kitchen mak-
ing the authentic middle-eastern
food. Sultan's new low-priced all-
you-can-eat Sunday brunch and
daily lunch have gained promi-
nence with food selections for
everyone in the same exotic at-

Tunnel Bar-B-Q 58 Park St. E.,
Windsor, Det. Number 961-3663.
Tunnel Bar-B-Q, off the Windsor-
Detroit Tunnel exit, and its sister
operation, TBQ's Other Place, are
prominent as two of Windsor's
finest restaurants. For over 50
years, Tunnel has reaped much
inter- national fame for its world
famous ribs and high quality
homemade desserts. TBQ's Oth-
er Place features tasty seafoods,
steaks, chops, cocktails and
much banquet facilities. Tunnel
Bar-B-Q now also serves beer and
wine for the first time in it's his-


Currently, Ms. Rouder re-
mains particularly focused on the
orchestra's summer season,
which this year includes Inde-
pendence Day concerts at Green-
field Village and guest
performances at the Hollywood
Bowl after preview presentations
in Michigan.
"I'm glad to have been a part
of the process of making the or-
chestra's winter season very
strong," she said. "I think there's
real excitement and variety. But
there's always more to do and im-
provements to make.
"We're now looking very, very
hard at the summer season.
We're reshaping that, and I'm
very pleased with what we've
come up with so far."

Art Fair In

The Paint Creek Center for the
Arts (PCCA) will sponsor an out-
door art fair at the Water Street
Jazz Festival in downtown
Rochester June 25 from 11 a.m.
to 8 p.m.
Thirty-six Michigan artists will
showcase original jewelry, ce-
ramics, paintings, photographs,
baskets, toys, wood carvings and
Artists' booths will be located
in the parking lot at the corner of
Water and Third Streets, adja-
cent to the jazz performance area.
Admission to the fair is free.

Summer Concerts
In The Village

Henry Ford Museum & Green-
field Village and Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra Hall will
present an encore this year to last
summer's concerts on the muse-
urn's Village Green.
Two holiday celebrations, "July
4th on Broadway" on July 1, and
the "Second Annual Salute to
America" on July 2 and 3, will be
followed by "An Old Fashioned
Concert in the Park" Aug. 12 and
Tickets are available at the Or-
chestra Hall box office, at Henry
Ford Museum & Greenfield Vil-
lage, and at all TicketMaster
Ticket Center outlets.

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