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March 29, 1996 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-03-29

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The Restaurant Listing
Is A Weekly Feature

By DANNY RASKIN

BERKLEY

AMERICAN

AMERICAN •

Pike Street

Birmingham's Ageless Favorite

"Our number one goal at Alban's is to
make sure you have a truly enjoyable
meal each time you visit with us."
Gracious Dining and Off Premise Catering

190 N. Hunter, Birmingham

Bottle & Basket

Re4/14444<444

(810) 258-5788

Mon.-Thurs. 11-11; Fri., Sat. 11-Midnight; Sun. 12-9; Brunch 10-2:301

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Enjoy
Fine Cuisine
and Courteous Service
7 Days a Week!

Monday Thru Sunday
4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.

BIRMINGHAM

RATED tz*z

Alban's, 190 N. Hunter, Birmingham,
258-5788. An ageless favorite of Birm-
ingham, it is known for quality food and
fine service, offering a full menu and com-
plete wine and spirit selections. Alban's
caters b all dietary wishes including Heart
Smart! and is a complete party outfitter for
groups 200 to 500.

Detroit News • Detroit Free Press
A Superior Dining Experience
Join Us For
Something Refreshingly Different

H A

Featuring Darin Moore,
Member U.S. Culinary Olympic Team

4108 West Maple
Bloomfield Hills
(810) 626-2630

EARLY DINNERS

Sila, 4033 W. 12 Mile, Berkley, 548-
3650. Two brothers, Mike and Al
Bsharah, have vaulted Sib into a top fam-
ily Italian restaurant and pizzeria. Its piz-
za can be gotten square or round, plus
ribs, chicken, fish, salads, pasta and oth-
er family delights that include the big sell-
ing chicken parmigiana. Daily lunch and
dinner specials are 7 days a week and
private banquet space is available.

BANQUET FACILITIES FOR:

BLOOMFIELD HILLS

Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Showers, Anniversaries
Sweet Sixteens, Reunions, Theme Parties, Etc.

(810) 334-7878

18 West Pike Street, Pontiac

5WEET:
LoRKAtNEs

Beau Jack's, It's been open since
1976 and considered the favorite dining
and watering spot by many people. They
are considered like members of the fam-
ily by Gary and dad Jack Cochran, who
owned the Westerner Beef Buffet on the
same site before turning it into the casu-
al Beau Jack's where people know each
other and enjoy the comaraderie of the
restaurant's familytype operation.

AhoderN cwericaN
cooRiNg

RATED FOUR STARS'

THE DETROIT NEWS Si DETROIT MONTHLY
•30 WINES BY THE GLASS
•STEAKS, SEAFOOD, VEGETARIAN SPECIALS,

Steve's Deli, 6646 Telegraph Rd. at
Maple, Bloomfield Plaza, 932-0800. It's
slogan "A little bit of New York right here
in Bloomfield Hills," is indicative of the re-
cent,/ opened delicatessen that has been
receiving much applause. Featured are
the old-time deli pastrami of yesteryears,
hot, steamy corn e d beef, homemade pas-
tries, Rominik brownies, apple strudel and
seven layer cake. Dining in is amid a com-
fortable, intimate atmosphere, and carry-
out is available of any item on the menu.
Great pride is placed on Steve's tray cater-
ing.

PASTAS & COOL SALADS

•CALL-AHEAD SEATING

C A F E.

foutlifieLd CNN arbor
559-5965 665-0700

DETROIT

"WHERE THE CELEBRITIES MEET"

1500 Town Center, Southfield

World Famous
Montgomery Inn Ribs
FRESH FISH DAILY

CHINESE i

Family Casual Dining
Carry-Out Available
Banquet Facilities

Middlebelt at 12 Mile Road

RA I ED )- 1,z* DEI ROIT MONTHLY

Szechuan and Gourmet
Cantonese Restaurant

851-8222

41563 West Ten Mile, Novi (810)349-9260

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MC \ICE S A CombinationTh

-Nor

GOLDEN BOWL

GREAT FOOD - LOW PRICES

FINE RESTAURANT

23380 Telegraph South

of 10 Mlle Rd • Southfield (313) 352-8243

Dining Guide

For information to be a part of this
weekly Dining Guide feature,
please contact

Danny Raskin,

or your account representative
at

(810) 354-6060

Lelli's, 7618 Woodward Ave., Detroit,
871-1590. Since 1939, Lelli's has been
a Detroit dining tradition, serving Italian
favorites at their best. As years before, it
is again a 7-day-a-week favorite, open
Sundays 12 noon to 8 p.m. Lelli's has al-
ways been noted for its big amounts of
food, but it is with the times in also offer-
ing a light side menu which has become
so very popular.

827- 4000

1

. 398-5502 or 398-5503
DINE IN & CARRY-OUT
SZECHUAN, MANDARIN & CANTONESE
OPEN 7 DAYS
MON.-THURS. 11-9:30 FRI. & SAT. 11-10:30 SUN. & HOLIDAYS 1 - 9:30
• Your Chef: FRANK ENG
• Banquet Facilities
22106 OOOLIDGE AT 9 MILE (In Park Place Plaza)

6W 0i0en P6OenIX
Chinese • Cantonese • Szechuan Cuisine
WE NOW SERVE BEER & WINE
Dining & Carry-Out

6257 Orchard Lake Rd. in Sugar Tree Shopping Center
North of Ma le • West Bloomfield • 855-3570

A

Red Devil, 15337 Fenkell, Detroit, 273-
8844. Ore of Detroit's dining landmarks,
it has been serving Metro Detroit for over
40 years, and is one of those sleeper -type
restaurants that give a lot of food for the
money. And it's good. The prime rib is
huge and a varied menu includes veal,
pasta, bar-bq dishes, seafood, steaks,
etc. People who have been here seldom
forget. Those who haven't, b ec ome reg-
ulars after the first time.

FARMINGTON

The Great Wall, 35135 Grand Riv-
er, Drakeshire Shopping Center, Farm-
ington, 476-9181. Owner Henry Lum
prides himself on having a gourmet Chi-
nese restaurant with many of the favorites
like peanut butter sauce on ice cream both
made by him. The Great Wall serves ex-
otic drinks and cocktails and has a pri-
vate dining room for banquets, parties
and business meetings. It is open for busi-

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