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May 10, 1996 - Image 114

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-05-10

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side entrance is backwards. Everything
eke at this good time emporium spells fun
for the entire family. Owner Marvin Yago-
da was crazy like a fox when he came
up with the ideo, but it has become one
of very few like it in the nation, winning
awards and appearing in magazines
and the Guiness World Book of Records.
Video games, pinball machines, antique
games, unique posters, etc. include an
old-time photo booth. The party favorite
also has 24 tables for lunch snacks.

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take her try the Mon fin Lau... a rely special place for a very special person.
• Special Dinner Package
• Creative Chinese
• Large Wine Selection
• Large Dessert Selection
• Open 1:00 until 11:00
• Reservations Needed
• Family owned since 1969

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


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O'Shuck's Raw Bar & Grill,
35450 Grand River, Muirwocd Square,
Farmington Hills. 810-474-8484. After
twelve years at this location, Larry Shee-
han decided to remodel to a Florida
decor. He has added oysters, shrimp,
gator tail, calamari and a whitefish din-
ner to his noted Sheehan burgers,
munchies, chili and popular bar-bq ribs
that had been acrid the former O'Shee-
han's menu. Imported beers, frozen trop-
ical drinks and a selections of island music
compliment this casual, fun diner.



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French Gourmet, 23421 Wood-
ward, Ferndale, 810541-1200. At one
time a great place to go for French pas-
tries and desserts, this has become a full-
fledged restaurant with under 30 seats. It
serves gourmet-style food at resonable
prices. Owners Marvin Bernstein and
wife/executive chef Una Bernstein, also
roost their own coffees and have added
new features from 40 French syrups to an
extensive line of teas, Parisian vinegars,
oils, honeys, preserves and mustards. Al-
though a complete restaurant now, French
Gourmet is still a classic authentic French
pastry shop and bakery, with excellent
special occasion and wedding cakes.
If going for dinner, take a tip and make
a reservation. Remember, seating capacity
is small.


LaFendi, 27060 Evergreen, Lathrup
Landing, Lathrup, 559-9099. An elegant
atmosphere, where all areas are a dif-
ferent decor make up this popular Mid-
dle Eastern resluaurant. many offti-e dishes
are not found in too many dining spots of
its type. Fresh squeezed fruits and veg-
etables make up the raw juice bar which
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D. Dennison's Seafood Tavern
of Livonia, 37716 W. 6 Mile, Laurel
Park Place, Livonia, 464-9030. D. Den-
nison's has an established reputation for
moderately-priced seafood from Florida,
Boston and the Great Lakes. The atmos-

Ah Wok, 41563 VV. 10 Mile Rd.,
Novi Plaza, Novi, 349-9260. Rated
among the top gourmet Chinese restau-
rants in this area, Ah Wok is also still a
big favorite on standard traditional din-
ing. For years,' adventurous customers
have enjoyed the elaborate offerings with
their imaginative style of preparation which
have proven delightful palate-pleasers.

Cicero's Ristorante & Bar, 24299
Novi Road, Novi, 3800011. Having
one of the newest Italian restaurants in the
Northwest Metropolitan area, Jim and
Chris Stevens, husband and wife owners
of Cicero's, know they are bucking a lot
of competition. But the sight of customers
coming back is a great sign. It is open
Mon.-Thurs. 11 to 10; Fri. & Sat. 11 to
midnight and Sun. 4 to 9, serving North-
em and Southern Italian cuisine, fine wines,
homemade desserts and fresh fish like
whitefish, lake perch and plank salmon.


Bread Basket Deli, 10% Mile and
Greenfield, Lincoln Shopping Cenr, Oak
Park, 9680022. A favorite of many peo-
ple for breakfast, lunch, dinner and of-
tr-theater, this has the aura do modernistic
delicatessen so apparent with colorful
decor. A children's menu is featured along
with party trays. The Bread Basket 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 !mod,
edge of Chef Frank Eng is widespread
in Chinese dining. Golden Bowl is open
seven days, Mon.-Thurs. from 11 a.m.
and Sunday from 1 p.m. serving
Szechuan, Mandarin and Cantonese
food. Carry-out service is available plus
banquet facilities.


Jake's On The Lake, 4105 Orchard
Lake Rd., Orchard Lake. 851-8888. He's
the imaginative world traveler figure who
has owners Jim Kokus and Ed Manzaria,
also bossmen at Opus One, operating
his new restaurant on the former Pontiac
Trail site of Buster's Bay. Dinners only are
s erved six days, Tuesday-Thursday, 5 p.m.
to 10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 5 p.m.
to 11 p.m.; Sunday 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Reservations are accepted for any


Pike Sheet, 18 West Pike Street, Pon-
tiac, 334-7878. This fine dining stand-
by is noted for its excellent cuisine and
service. It features 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.
Its wine list and gourmet'syled menu items
present a wide selection from which to
choose. Banquet facilities are available
for all events.


Chick-N-Ribs, 118 S. Woodward,
Royal Oak, 544-1211. Much has been
said about this dine in and carryout restau-
rant whose spe c ialties of broasted or bar-
bc1 chicken and barbq ribs have received
much attention, but as regular customers
say, the proof is in the tasting. It's open
seven days, Sun.-Thurs. 11-10, Fri. & Sat.

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