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April 14, 1995 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-04-14

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FARMINGTON HILLS

and bar-b-q ribs that had been on
the former O'Sheehan's menu.
Tropical drinks and selections of
island music compliment this ca-
sual, fun diner.

MORE TO ENJOY — THE NEVV

D. DENNISON'S

FAMOUS SEAFOOD TAVE>"-

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 1-275 • LIVONIA • 464-9030

Vineyard's Cafe & Catering,
32418 Northwestern Hwy., Farm-
ington Hills, 855-9463. The all-
new Vineyards is something to
see, with both booths and tables
for people to sit with salads ga-
lore, both regular and low fat plus
over 50 sandwiches. Also, from
Shirlee Bloom's separate kitchen
comes her excellent preparation
of traditioniewish dishes, using
only kosher products. Shirlee's
foods are available for dining in
or carry-out. She is also available
for weddings, bar-bat mitzvahs,
showers, etc.

Wing Hong, 31455 W. 14 Mile,
Farmington Hills, 851-7400. One
side serves Cantonese, Szechuan
and Mandarin food. The other,
Tokyo Japanese Steak House, fea-
tures 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 Metropoli-
tan Detroit area. Daily lunch and
dinner specials are both Chinese
and Japanese.

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LATHRUP

aka



RESTAURANT

Featuring Your Favorite Thai Dishes
RATED *** DETROIT NEWS
• LUNCH SPECIALS FROM 11-4 PM
• CARRY OUT & CATERING AVAILABLE
Cocktails Now Available

Reservations (810) 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

LaFendi, 27060 Evergreen, Lath-
rup Landing, Lathrup, 559-9099.
It's changeover is amazing from
the former Sol's Delicatessen to
an elegant atmosphere where all
areas are a different decor. LaFen-
di serves Middle Eastern and
American cuisine seven days a
week with the kitchen open un-
til 10:30 p.m. Many of the Mid-
dle Eastern dishes are not found
in any restaurant of its type and
a big favorite is the raw juice bar
with fresh squeezed fruits and
vegetables. Catering is available.

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LIVONIA

D. Dennison's Seafood Tav-
Mile,
ern of Livonia,
Laurel Park Place, Livonia, 464-
9030. D. Dennison's has an es-
tablished 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 pasta, chicken dish-
es, salads and sandwiches, plus
a children's menu.

37716 W. 6

Molly Abraham
Detroit Free Press

"Spring and fine Casual Dining comes to
Lake Country, our Chefs are ready to
prepare Outstanding Entres for your enjoyment."

Chef Patrick Dunn
Culinary Institute of America

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142 East Walled Lake Drive On The Walled Lake
(810) 669-1441

El Nibble Nook, 27725 W. 8
Mile, Livonia, 474-0755. Mexican
foods and beverages have been
served for over 50 years at this
home of authentic South of the
Border cuisine. The Baier's, Au-
drey, Chuck, John and Brett, have
also opened another location at
West Fourth in Rochester. Both
restaurants serve lunch and din-
ner prepared fresh daily. Vege-
tarian and meat selections are
joined by El Nibble Nook's noted
frozen Marguaritas.

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NOVI

Ah Wok, 41563 W. 10 Mile Rd.,
Novi Plaza, Novi, 349-9260. Rat-
ed among the top gourmet Chi-
nese restaurants in this area, Ah
Wok is also still a big favorite on
standard traditional dining. For
years, adventurous customers
have enjo ,/Pc! the elaborate of-

NOVI

SOUTHFIELD

ferings with their imaginative
style of preparation which have
proven delightful palate-pleasers.

Joe's Bar & Grill, 30855 South-
field Road, Southfield, 644-5330.
This is another fine Joe Muer
Restaurant, serving about 15
fresh fish and seafood items pre-
pared pretty much like Joe's
downtown Detroit operation.
Also pasta and baby back ribs.
The clam chowder is from an
original Joe Muer's recipe. Black
Angus steaks are also featured at
the Southfield site as well as on
Gratiot.

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OAK PARK

Bread Basket Deli, 10X Mile and
Greenfield, Lincoln Shopping Cen-
ter, Oak Park, 968-0022. A fa-
vorite of many people for
breakfast, lunch, dinner and af-
ter-theater, this has the aura of a
modernistic delicatessen so ap-
parent with colorful decor. A chil-
dren's menu is featured along
with party trays. The Bread Bas-
ket 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 sev-
en days, Mon.-Thurs. from 11
a.m. and Sunday from 1 p.m.
serving Szechuan, Mandarin and
Cantonese food. Carry-out ser-
vice is available plus banquet fa-
cilities.

PONTIAC

Pike Street, 18 West Pike Street,
Pontiac, 334-7878. The excellent
cuisine and service at this fine
standby is well noted by diners.
Featured is the imaginative pre-
sentations of Executive Chef
Darin Moore, a member of the
U.S. Culinary Olympic team that
will compete in 1996 in Berlin,
Germany. Banquet facilities are
available for all events. The wine
list and gourmet-styled menu
items present wide arrays of
choices.

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ROYAL OAK

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

SOUTHFIELD

Alia's, 27167 Greenfield, South-
field, 559-8222. A good family
restaurant serving American and
Lebanese cuisine, Alia's owners
Dania and Ed Farah are proud of
their homemade specialties pre-
pared from natural ingredients.
It is open 7 days a week serving
breakfast, lunch and dinner. Car-
ry-out of its entire menu is avail-
able as is off-premise catering.

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 reck-
on with Marty Wilk, owner/chef
who has made it one of Metro-
politan Detroit's markedly popu-
lar dining and dancing spots. It's
Frank Sinatra's favorite while in
the local area. Entertainment is
Tues. thru Sat. and complete
catering at Excalibur plus homes,
halls, etc.

Gateway Deli, 21 754 W. 11
Mile, Harvard Row, Southfield,
352-4940. With Peter Bershaj at
the helm of Gateway Deli, he has
brought a bevy of gourmet dish-
es from his former Larco's days
to go along with the familiar tra-
ditional homemade Jewish dish-
es. Gateway serves breakfast,
lunch and dinner, with big spe-
cialties also being party trays and
outside catering.

McVee's Sports Bar & Grill,
23380 Telegraph Road, South-
field, 352-8243. This is more than
just another sports bar and grill
restaurant. Veteran restaurateur
Herman Yagoda features char-
broiled steaks, fresh seafood,
large burgers, baby-back ribs and
lamb chops that he defies others
to beat. Also home-made soups
and daily specials at both lunch
and dinners, with moderate
prices in a casual and relaxed at-
mosphere.

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

Pearl City, 27522 Northwestern
Hwy. at 11 Mile between Lahser
and Telegraph, Southfield, 354-
3700. Since selecting Southfield
as his third location, John Wong
has captured the dining imagi-
nation of many with his moder-
ately-priced Chinese food at lunch
and dinner. Pearl City Southfield's
Sunday buffet, dinner buffet and
menu selections offer customers
a variety of ways in which to dine.
Its children's menu is also high-
ly received.

Radisson Plaza Hotel, 1500
Town Center, Southfield, 827-
4000. Two restaurants stand out
for their individual taste presen-
tations. T.C. Linguine with it's Ital-
ian fare and Tango's Cocktail
Lounge featuring a bistro at-
mosphere with entertainment for
dancing Thursday through Sat-
urday. The entire hotel has been
rated four diamonds by AAA for
the many services it offers.

Star Deli, 24555 W. 12 Mile Rd.,
Southfield, 352-7377. This is one
of Michigan's largest delicatessen
carry-out operations, but you
wouldn't know it from the size.
And everything is homemade,
tole slaw, potato salad, chicken
salad, tuna salad, egg salad and
much more. Star cooks its own
corned beef and pastrami, and
the 7-day operation includes a
major specialty — beautiful tray
catering.

TROY

Nicky's, 755 W. Big Beaver, Top
of Troy Bldg. Concourse, 362-
1262. One of the premier dining
and dancing restaurants in the
metropolitan Detroit area, It's ex-
tended menu features fresh
seafoods, steaks and chops. Live
entertainment and dancing is fa-
tured Wednesday thru Saturday.
Beginning July 18, Michelle Goulet
& Co. will perform Monday and
Tuesday. Entertainment begins
at 7 p.m. weekdays and 9 p.m.
Fridays and Saturdays.

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WALLED LAKE

Key Largo, 142 E. Walled Lake
Dr., Walled Lake, 669-1441. A

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