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April 05, 1996 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-04-05

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The Restaurant Listing
Is A Weekly Feature

By DANNY RASKIN

AUBURN HELLS

Lelli's of Auburn Hills, 885 Opdyke

Road, Auburn Hills, 373-4440. Like its
sister restaurant in Detroit, Lelli's of Auburn
Hills is owned and operated by the Lelli
Family, which has been a tradition since
1939. The same excellent food is pre
pared at this location across from the Sil-
verclome. Reservations are accepted for
any day except Saturdays, and are strong-
ly suggested for his newest in wonderful
Italian dining.

AMERICAN

AMERICAN

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

(810) 258-5788

190 N. Hunter, Birmingham

Bottle & Basket

Mon.-Thurs. 11-11; Fri., Sat. 11-Midnight; Sun. 12-9; Brunch 10-2:30

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Enjoy
Fine Cuisine
and Courteous Service
7 Days a Week!

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4108 West Maple
Bloomfield Hills
(810) 626-2630

EARLY DINNERS

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

BERKLEY

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

Silo, 4033 W. 12 Mile, Berkley, 548-

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

BANQUET FACILITIES FOR:

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

(810) 334-7878

18 West Pike Street, Pontiac

3650. Two brothers, Mike and Al
Bshorah, have vaulted Silo 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.

BIRMINGHAM

Alban's, 190 N. Hunter, Birmingham,

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RATED FOUR STARS "

THE DETROIT NEWS & DETROIT MONTHLY
•30 WINES BY THE GLASS
•STEAKS, SEAFOOD, VEGETARIAN SPECIALS,
PASTAS & COOL SALADS
• ALL-AHEAD SEATING

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559-5965 665-o7oo

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1500 Town Center, Southfield

World Famous
Montgomery Inn Ribs
FRESH FISH DAILY

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FINE RESTAURANT

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23380 Telegraph South of 10 Mile Rd • Southfield (313) 352-8243

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

Danny Raskin,

or your account representative
at

(810) 354-6060

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
some site before turning it into the casu-
al Beau Jack's where people know each
other and enjoy the camaraderie of the
restaurant's family-we operation.

Bloomfield Plaza, 932-0800. Opened
this year, it features traditional delicatessen
sandwiches and dishes, plus homemade
pastries, brownies, apple strudel and sev-
en layer cake. Dining in and carrry-out
is available seven days a week.

827- 4000

CHINESE

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RAPED *** DETROIT MONTHLY

Szechuan and Gourmet
Cantonese Restaurant

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

Can't Be Beat!

GREAT FOOD - LOW PRICES

Beau Jack's, It's been open since

DETROIT

Family Casual Dining
Carry-Out Available
Banquet Facilities
851-8222
Middlebelt at 12 Mile Road

A Combination That

BLOOMFIELD HILLS

Steve's Deli, 6646 Telegraph Rd.,

Casual Dining.

"WHERE THE CELEBRITIES MEET"

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

GOLDEN BOWL I

. 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

• Banquet Facilities

• Your Chef: FRANK ENG

22106 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE (In Park Place Plaza)

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Chinese • Cantonese • Szechuan Cuisine

Dining & Carry-Out

WE NOW SERVE BEER & WINE

6257 Orchard Lake Rd. in Sugar Tree Shopping Center

North of Maple • West Bloomfield • 855 3570

-

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.

Red Devi, 15337 Fenkell, Detroit, 273-

8844. One 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-b-q dishes, seafood, steaks,
etc. People who have been there seldom
forget. Those who haven't, become reg-
ulars after the first time.

FARMINGTON

The Great Wall, 35135 Grand Riv-

er, Drakeshire Shopping Center, Farm-
ington, 476-9181. Owner Henry Lum

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