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May 04, 2006 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-05-04

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WHAT'S HIP & HAPPENING

IN RESTAURANTS, RETAIL & MORE

TASTES

"SAVING.

The power of passionate shopping

COACH FACTORY • POTTERY BARN OUTLET
ANN TAYLOR FACTORY STORE • BROOKS BROTHERS FACTORY STORE
GYMBOREE® OUTLET • WATERFORD WEDGWOOD OUTLET

Bring this ad to Guest Services to receive a FREE coupon book
worth hundreds of dollars in savings!

1-75 to Exit 136 • 989-624-6226 • primeoutlets.com

Cocktails, any-
one? Big Rock
Chophouse in
Birmingham
recently revamped
its upstairs mar-
tini and cigar bar,
GotRocks Ultra
ERIN
Lounge (248-647-
S C H W A R T Z
7774). For VIP
COLUMNIST treatment, ask for
"bottle service,"
which secures you
a table, spirits, mixers and a prime spot
for people watching. • After serving up
success in Royal Oak and Ann Arbor,
the D'Amato's/Goodnight Gracie family
opened its third location in downtown
Ferndale, Gracie's Underground, on
Woodward just south of Nine Mile
Road (248-298-0330). This basement
martini lounge offers signature drinks
and live entertainment six days a week
in a sleek, urban setting. • Want to add
a little Latin flavor to your nightlife?
Check out Tu-Can Tango, a tapas and
martini bar in West Bloomfield on Hag-
gerty between Maple and Pontiac Trail
(248-669-6160). Sample tapas from
their menu of 29 offerings and sip a
glass of one of their 50-plus wines while
listening to live salsa every Wednesday.
• Although Rumors in Royal Oak closed
its doors in December, patrons of the
sports bar can relocate to the Sophiea
family's new venture, Oak City Grille,
located in the old Wood-Ruff's Sup-
per Club space on Sixth Street in Royal
Oak. Oak City's dinner-only menu
offers American standards such as steak,
chicken and pasta at moderate prices
(248-556-0947).

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TRENDS

May 5th, bth & 7th

Cinco de Maya
Sale

Paigie Premium Deniv1,i

Tavernitti So Je

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MAY 2006 • JNPLATINUM

Two hot looks continue to rule the
fashion runways this spring and sum-
mer: Go nautical with blue and white
stripes, button detailing, canvas and rope
handbags and anchor jewelry. Another
striking option is safari and tribal prints
— African-inspired neutral clothing,
animal prints, wooden bangle
bracelets and crocheted earrings
and necklaces. Rather than
dressing head-to-toe in sailor
duds or tribal finery, the key
to both looks is to pick one
or two pieces to add a
bit of interest to your
everyday wardrobe.
• Capitalizing on
another classic
trend along the
fun, flirty and
feminine lines
is New York

designer Sari Gueron's collection of
romantic evening gowns, fluid dresses
and sophisticated separates that exude
understated elegance. Gueron grew up
in both Israel and Connecticut, appren-
ticed with John Galliano in Paris and

Above: A dramatically Baroque-style booth invites

lounging at the GotRocks Ultra Lounge martini and
cigar bar in Birmingham. Below: The Bianca satchel
is among the Botkier bags now available at Michelle
Rachelle in Birmingham and Neiman Marcus in Troy.

worked with Oscar de la Renta in New
York. Fans of her line include director
Sofia Coppola and actresses Natalie
Portman and Gretchen Mol. Look for
Gueron's designs at Tender on Maple in
downtown Birmingham
(248-258-0212). • Hooked on hand-
bags? Hot designers such as Botkier
and Kooba are showing oversized satch-
els, totes and hobos this season. Bags
by both labels are available at Neiman
Marcus at the Somerset Collection in
Troy (248-643-3300), while Botkier
handbags are also available at Michelle
Rachelle in Birmingham (248-593-
9904). Also look for the Kooba line
at Hersh's (248-626-7776) and
Guys N' Gals (248 851-1260),
both in West Bloomfield. • Few
shoes are as comfortable as the
made-to-mold-to-your-feet san-
dals by Israeli footwear line
Naot. Check
out their new collection
at a trunk show 11 a.m.-
5 p.m. Fri., May 12 at
Foot Solutions in
West Bloomfield
(248-960-0939). PI

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