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September 06, 2002 - Image 156

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-06

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Hi. I'm Mark Dizik,
This is
NAPA Marketplace.

I

EAT from page 155

we found the restaurant bustling.
Our first impression was the striking
decor as we entered from the JCC's
main hall. Tables were set with small
bud vases filled with fresh orange
roses and the bar, dividing the front
and back of the main dining room,
was chic.
Everything we ordered was fresh
and well presented. The signature
Milk & Honey salad paired roasted
Bosc pear and grilled red onion with
the more commonly found pine
nuts and dried cherries. The soup
selection offered a parve lemon rice,
a heartier cream of potato and a
light, delicious carrot and ginger
bisque.
We particularly enjoyed the faux
(ersatz) chicken fajita pizza served
with homemade salsa and gua-

have a terrific selection of wines and
gourmet gifts from Napa Valley.

Not another party store ...
... a unique wine experience.

camole. We ran into Rabbi Joseph
Krakoff of Congregation Shaarey
Zedek and jeweler Howard Tapper
leaving as we arrived, and they raved
about the whitefish burger served on
an onion roll with a small side of
coleslaw.. We found it tasted a little
too sweet from the carrots and a lot
like gefilte fish. There's a nice selec-
tion of carryout sandwiches and sal-
ads, and catering is available.
The homemade desserts and
famous Sourdough Bakery breads
also can be ordered in advance. A
back room opens to seat more than
100 people and would make a nice
venue for a bridal shower, engage-
ment or anniversary party. ❑

— 'liana Greenberg,
food section contributor

NAPA Marketplace

Fine Wine • Gourmet Gifts • Specialty Coffee • Spirits

3290 Pontiac Trail,

Just west of Haggerty,
across the street from WAL•MART

(248) 668-9344

652570

One of Milk & Honey o West Bloomfield's wonderful soups

would like to wish all of our
friends and customers a very
happy and healthy New Year.

The Epstein Families

Isadore
Robert a Janet
Jeff a Dana

Ken a Nancy
Stuart a Suzi
Lauren Et Jason

If you guessed Alan King, Leonard
Nimoy and Robert Clary

YOU'RE RIGHT!

Meet them at the JCC's

9/ 6
2002

156

51ST ANNUAL
JEWISH BOOK FAIR

Nov. 6-17, 2002

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suggestions to food@thejewishnews.com or mail to Detroit Jewish News,
Food, 30301 Northwestern Highway, Suite 200, Farmington Hills, MI
48334.

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