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September 02, 1994 - Image 127

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-09-02

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DETROIT

Lelli's has always been noted for
its big amounts of food, but it is
with the times in also offering a
light side menu which has be-
come so very popular.

FARMINGTON

The Great Wall, 35135 Grand
River, Drakeshire Shopping Cen-
ter, Farmington, 476-9181. Own-
er Henry Lum prides himself on
having a gourmet Chinese restau-
rant with many of the favorites
like peanut butter sauce on ice
cream both made by him. The
Great Wall serves exotic drinks
and cocktails and has a private
dining room for banquets, par-
ties and business meetings. It is
open for businessmen's luncheon
and dinner with full carry-out and
catering available.

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FARMINGTON HILLS

Andy's Cafe, 29556 Orchard
Lake Rd., Farmington Hills, 626-
0804. This newly-remodeled
northwest restaurant, a favorite
of many, is open seven days a
week for breakfast, lunch and din-
ner specials. The clean and inti-
mate atmosphere is together with
low prices and good food for
complete family dining. Specials
also include early bird and senior
citizen discount. Carry-out of any-
thing on the menu is also avail-
able.

Buddy's Pizza, 31646 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 diversified
with turkey burgers, chargrilled
chicken, Caesar salad, pasta crab
salad, stuffed potato skins, meat
balls, pasta, etc.

Cafe Cortina, 30715 W. Ten
Mile, Farmington Hills, 474-3033.
The Tonon family from the Vene-
to region of Italy have been cook-
ing their family receipes for over
17 years in a romantic ambience
accented by a fireplaced dining
room. Receptions, rehearsals, bar
mitzvahs, business meetings are
held in a private garden room
with adjacent courtyard for ap-
petizers and cocktails. Herbs are
grown on the premises.

D. Dennisons, 27909 Orchard
Lake Rd., Farmington Hills, 553-
7000. One of the area's finest
seafood houses is a low-keyed se-
cret. D. Dennison's is on a par
with many higher-touted restaur-
ants 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.

Ginopolis', 27815 Middlebelt
Rd., Farmington Hills, 851-8222.
One of Metropolitan Detroit's fa-
vorite celebrity restaurants, Gi-
nopolis', owned by brothers
Johnny and Peter Ginopolis, car-
ries on the tradition of excellence
which their father George always
insisted upon. Seafood, authen-
tic Montgomery Inn ribs and
choice selections are Ginopolis'
favorites. A beautiful private room
is available plus off-premise ser-
vice for all types of catering.

Marvin's Marvelous Mechan-
ical Museum, 31005 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,

ITALIAN

CHINESE

Arriva Ristorante Presents

KTeart

RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE

ENJOY THE BEST AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD
AT MODERATE PRICES

We Specialize In
MANDARIN • SZECHAUN • HUNAN CUISINE

SPLENDID BUFFET

THE GAYLORDS

September Z 3, 16, 17
DinnerShows at 7:00 pm
$2995

Includes Dinner and Show

Seating is limited - make your reservations now.

Arnva

Every Sunday 11 am- 8 pm

room

Located inside Arriva Ristorante

Open 7 Days Dine In or Carry-Out

6880 E. 12 Mile Rd. In Warren • (810)573-8100

354-3700

11 Mile Rd. (Bet. Lahser & Telegraph) Southfield

Coming Soon

BILLY SARRELL

SEPTEMBER

9,10

as

C CONTINENTAL

Qistorante'

Kingsterg Inn

41- 6
ortina

Distinctively Italian

A Bloomfield Hills Tradition
Come and Try Our New Executive Chef Remy Berdy's Fine Cuisine
Woodward at Long Lake Road • Bloomfield Hills • 642-0100

Romantic Fireside Dining

Private garden room setting for: parties, receptions,
wedding rehearsals, showers, bar mitzvahs, business meetings

Reservations 474-3033
30715 West Ten Mile Road Farmington Hills

dining room, carry-out and trays

•breakfast • lunch • dinner
•after-theater • kiddie menu

open Tuesdays thai Sundays
10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

lincoln shopping center, 10-1/2 mile & greenfield, oak park

STAGE

Deli • Dining
Catering

968-0022

VALENTE'S LITTLE ITALY

Intimate Dining
RATED **** DE1ROIT NEWS

Serving The Finest
Regional Italian Cuisine

Co.

• Cocktails
• Carry-Out
• Custom Catering

"Critics Choice Since 1962"
6873 Orchard Lake Road • West Bloomfield • 855-6622

On The Boardwalk

Specializing in Veal & Seafood

277 HUTTON RD. • NORTHVILLE (313) 348-0575
VALENTE'S OTHER FINE ITALIAN RESTAURANTS
La Luna Grancaffe
Ristorante di Maria
Birmingham 642-7070
W. Bloomfield 851-2500

Closed Mondays

KOREAN

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

The Best Korean-Japanese
Restaurant in North America

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

New Seoul Garden Restaurant

27566 Northwestern Hwy., in Southfield

(313) 827.1600

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

VINOI.fig ■■ ••• ■

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