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Bloomfield, 626-6313. Those who like
the real thing will enjoy Mai Tai with
its very spicy or non-spicy foods con-
cocted 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.
Stage & Co., 6873 Orchard Lake
Rd., West Bloomfield, 855-6622. The
dominant consistency of this highly-ac-
claimed critic's choice restaurant is in its
menu selection and food preparation.
But it is also proof that you can teach an
old dog new tricks. Although in existence
since 1962, Stage &- Co. also features
items it has never had before, along with
homemade Jewish dishes and dietary-
restricted delights to satisfy all appetites.
Your Hosts: Tommy Peristeris & Rick Rogow
Welcome to the best Greek food this side of Greektown
featuring the finest lamb chops among other excellent Greek favorites.
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Blue Danube, 1235 Ottawa Street,
Windsor, Ontario, 519-2520246. Fine
Hungarian cuisine is featured, but this
popular family operation also been serv-
ing European and Canadian fare for
over 20 years. Specialties with old world
authenticity are prepared from veal, chick-
en and seafood, baked or broiled. It is
open for businessperson luncheons and
dinners, Monday through Sunday, with
banquet facilities available. Gypsy
strolling musicians serenade at tables
Thursday through Sunday.
Nifty Norman's, 1403 S. Com-
merce Rd., Wolverine Lake, 18 1 01 624-
6660. Under new management, 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 mitz-
vahs, weddings and showers.
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For information to be part of
this weekly Dining Guide
feature please contact
Our Daily Hours ... Mon. 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Tues. Thru Thurs. 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
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SPECIAL QUALITY PARTIES up to 200
Specializing In: Bar Mitzvahs, Weddings, Birthdays,
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or your account representative at
American Heart Association
Detroit Chamber Winds, in co-
operation with the Community
House, will offer a special concert
for young people ages 4-9. "Let's
Cooperate" is a fully narrated
program featuring a brass en-
semble which highlights the ways
in which musicians cooperate
with each other, the composer,
and their audience. An interac-
tive experience, the children will
participate with the musicians in
several activities. The event will
take place on Saturday, Nov. 11,
at 1 p.m. at the Community
Tickets are $4 and may be ob-
tained by calling the Communi-
ty House's Program Department,
The Black Theatre program will
celebrate its 25th anniversary by
opening with actor/playwright
Linda Parris-Bailey's true story
of the adventures of black pioneer
women of the Old West. Dark
Cowgirls and Prairie Queens will
run through Oct. 22 in Wayne
State University's Studio The-
atre, downstairs at the Hilberry.
The play is a look at seven
courageous black women who
sought a better existence in the
American West during the peri-
od from 1830 to 1890. These sev-
en pioneer women are celebrated
on stage in story and song.
Tickets are $5 and $7. Group
rates are also available. Call the
Studio Theatre box office, (313)
Rosedale Community Players
will present Steven Dietz's More
Fun Than Bowling, an off beat
comedy that does NOT take place
in a bowling alley, but rather in
Performances are at 8 p.m.
Oct. 27, 28, and Nov. 3, 4, 10. 11,
and at 2 p.m. Nov. 5, at the Up-
stage Theater, 21728 Grand Riv-
er, 1/2 block East of Lahser in
All seats are reserved, and
tickets are $8. For reservations
and tickets, call the Upstage,
(313) 532-4010; or Margaret
Bross at (313) 537-7716. Special
rates are available for large
groups, senior citizens, and stu-
7618 Woodward Ave.
OPEN SUNDAYS 12 noon to 9 p.m.
Ask About Our Special
Steve's Back Room, 7295 Or-
chard Lake Road, 851-1133. It's east
side location is where so many people
from all over have gone for fresh Mid-
dle-Eastern food. Now there is a Steve's
Back Room in West Bloomfield, serving
the same excellent dining fare with many
dishes not seen anywhere in this region.
The display cases and carry-out sector,
including many favorites plus beer and
wine, is enhanced by the newly-re-
modeled wide open expanse instead
of the former Sultan's crowded look.