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April 14, 1995 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-04-14

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WEST BLOOMFIELD

WALLED LAKE

Northwest premiere in waterfront
dining, experiences at Key Largo
include much tropical fun. The
fine culinary talents of Executive
Chef Patrick Dunn are well noted
for presentation of colorful and
imaginative dishes. The large
menu also features new-style pas-
tas, pizzas, ribs, sandwiches, sal-
ads and daily fresh fish specials
at both lunch from 11 a.m. to din-
ner from 4 p.m. It's banquet room
is available for all events and a
large outdoor deck is the favorite
of many.

WARREN

Arriva Italia Ristorante, 6880
E. 12 Mile Rd., Warren, 573-8100.
Chef Bill Hall has established him-
self as an innovator of new ideas
in Italian cuisine. Fresh pasta is
made on the premises every day.
A favorite dining spot for local
media personalities, Arriva is
open 7 days a week, Arriva Ris-
torante now featuring Dinner
Shows. Dinner 7 pm, show 9 pm.
Private dining rooms are avail-
able.

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WEST BLOOMFIELD

Big Daddy's Parthenon, 6199
Orchard Lake Road, 737-8600.
When Opa! came to the suburbs
on October 27, 1993, flames ga-
lore blazed to big crowds every
night. The Greektown in West
Bloomfield is the pride of Rick Ro-
gow and Tom Peristeris, whose
large, expertly-cut in it's own
kitchen lamb chops, special
recipe Parthenon cake, tradition-
al Greek favorites, special salads,
including Tommy's New Idea Sal-
ad, are still winning return cus-
tomers with the same large
nightly attendances. Thrusday
and Friday evenings feature jazz,
with David Ball and Kevin Cros-
by.

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-
tion.

Hoa Kow, 4301 Orchard Lake
Rd., Crosswinds Mall, West Bloom-
field, 932-3133. Owner Gene Woo
has made Hoa Kow into one of the
favorite restaurants of its kind in
the area as people from all walks
of life and most parts of the De-
troit and Metropolitan sectors
come to enjoy his many styles of
Chinese dining. Plus Cantonese,
Szechuan and Mandarin, Hoa Kow
features a Chinese Buffet at lunch
and dinner along with its regular
menu. White fish in all cooking va-
rieties is also a big feature, with
almost a thousand pounds served
weekly.

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.

Red Robin, 5656 West Maple,
West Bloomfield, 932-1887.
There's no recognizing this for-
mer Chuck Muer's restaurant site,
and besides a totally new inside,
it has become a favorite dining
spot for the entire family. Also
featured are homemade soups,
free fries and beverage refills, sal-
ads galore, pastas, pizzas, chick-
en, fajitas, etc.

JET

JEWISH ENSEMBLE THEATRE

Presents

Stage & Co., 6873 Orchard Lake
Rd., West Bloomfield, 855-6622.
Since 1962, this highly-regarded
restaurant has been acclaimed as
a critic's choice for it's dominant
consistency. It features cocktails
and a menu to satisfy all ap-
petites, from traditional home-
made Jewish dishes to
dietary-restricted delights. Break-
fast, lunch and dinner is served
in a warm, casual atmosphere
Tuesday through Sunday.

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WINDSOR

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-
tory.

CLIFFORD ODETS

This classic American playwright tells the story of Joe, a
young musician turned prizefighter, and the end to which
his "success" takes him.

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Directed by:

WOLVERINE LAKE

Nifty Norman's, 1403 S. Com-
merce Rd., Wolverine Lake, (810)
624-6660. Under new manage-
ment, it has retained the same
casual atmosphere that people
have enjoyed, and a new menu
and wine list present refreshing
choices at reasonable prices. The
new bill of fare includes items like
fresh fish daily, pasta dishes,
sauteed chicken, veal Asiago,
steak, barbequed baby back ribs,
Southwestern dishes, etc. Ban-
quet facilities are available for up
to 150 having a good time at bar
and bat mitzvahs, weddings and
showers.

PREVIEW S

Wednesday, April 26 Sunday, April 30 (Matinee

PERFORMANCES

April 30 May 21

TICKETS

Chamber Music
Series Ends

The American Artists Series will
close its 25th anniversary sea-
son with an evening of chamber
music at 7 p.m. Sunday, May 7,
at Cranbrook/Kingswood Audi-
torium, Cranbrook Campus,
1221 North Woodward, Bloom-
field Hills, Tickets are $14. Stu-
dents $7.
For information call AAS,
(810) 851-5044.
In keeping with American
Artists Series tradition, the pro-
gram combines familiar and less-
er known works for chamber
ensemble. In addition to Joann
Freeman, pianist and AAS artis-
tic director, the AAS Chamber
Players include Donald Baker,
oboe; Hart Hollman, viola; Ervin
Monroe, flute; Linda Snedden
Smith, violin; John Thurman,
cello; and Robert Williams, bas-
soon, all members of the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra.

ROBERT GROSSMAN

(810) 788 2900 or

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