'age 46-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily
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Huron Towers Apartments
An older crowd frequents this quiet bar,
which is rather expensive. Female
students should be warned that elderly
ents, often wearing toupees, like to in-
roduce themselves here.
114 E. Washington
A wholesome~sort of bar, if there is such
thing, old-fashioned sing-alongs are a
ain attraction on the weekends. Also
erves a full menu.
HE BLIND PIG
208 S. First
ive blues and jazz in the basement of
n old house. The roof leaks a bit but
here's a well-stocked bar. Often
'rowded but its more fun that way.
nn Arbor's best-known disco. And
isco it is, from the high-priced drinks
o the flashing lights. The service is ex-
remely slow and unless you're really
here to dance, this place can be a
AMPUS INN BAR
E. Huron at State
uge tropical plants create a jungle
tmosphere in the glassed-in bar. Or-
ering a drink during happy hour en-
itles you to free cheese and crackers.
122 W. Liberty
he Del offers good, inexpensive drinks
n a quiet, friendly atmosphere. Good
urgers and decent pizza, not to men-
ion live jazz concerts on Sunday.
ne of the most popular bars on cam-
us, Dooley's is huge, crowded and
loud. Pinball and pizza are other
notable features along with Shakey
Jake who is usually in the middle of
everything. The place to be on St. Pad-
121 W. Washington
Top-flight entertainment in a nice
atmosphere but not cheap, i.e. meat
and cheese plate costs $4, plus there's
a nightly cover.
Reputed to be the gay bar in town, the
Flame serves inexpensive drinks right
up until closing.
Lots of fraternity and sorority students
frequent this bar which boasts a 6-foot-
TV screen. In the summer, local sof-
tball players congregate to celebrate a
win or a loss, it doesn't really matter.
JACKSON RD. LOGGING COMPANY
Jackson Rd. at I-94
A combination disco and restaurant,
students don't make it out there too of-
ten except for special occasions. Dress
THE LIBERTY INN
112 W. Liberty
Velvet pictures of pretty ladies adorn
the walls and there's pool in the back
of this working class bar. Students don't
usually go there on purpose but a lot of
them wander in at some point during,
their stay in Ann Arbor.
MR. FLOOD'S PARTY
120 W. Liberty
Bluegrass music sets the foot-stomping
tone at Flood's. Stained glass and
moose heads add to the decor, but get
there early - it's usually packed.
THE OLD TOWN
122 W. Liberty
The decor is somewhat similar to the
dark lighting and wooden floors of the
Del Rio. The Old Town isn't as nice, but
it is nonetheless a good place for a quiet
drink with friends.
102 S. First
Known primarily as a bar, the
Rubaiyat also serves a lot of good food.
Wednesdays there's a $5.95 all-you-can-
eat buffet. Dancing nightly.
THE STAR LOUNGE
When the pinball machine here tilts, it
is one of the loudest in town. Maybe
that's because it is genuinely more sen-
328 S. Main
Offering the obvious, this restaurant
creates the French delight in many
varieties. This restaurant is the only
place in town for French cuisine and
even boasts a variety of famous
visitors' pictures eating their crepes.
Un peu cher.
215 N. Main
Students often frequent the Rathskeller
for folk music on weekends. The food in
the main dining room is less than
authentic but the service is excellent.
Prices are average with drinks cheap.
The atmosphere here is definitely less
than desirable but the food is good.
Specializes in Greek edibles. Canned
629 E. University
reasonable at these
havens. They feature
The fine art of
University of Michigan
Gilbert & Sullivan Society
University of Michigan Gilbert & Sullivan Society
Mass Meeting for the Nov. 29-Dec. 2
Sign-up for both cast and orchestra auditions.
Persons interested in set building, costumes, lighting, pro-
grams or publicity are invited to attend. Learn these skills
and meet interesting people!
SU N., SEPT. 10, 1978-8:00 P.M.
HENDERSON ROOM, MICHIGAN LEAGUE
sational or maybe it's because there's
very little noise to drown it out. A pool
table, beer and whiskey - nothing
more is necessary here.
516 E. Liberty
Another of the more popular bars
among students, even though the prices
are a bit high and there is a cover.
Good, live rock and roll every night but
the dance floor is often jammed beyond
capacity. The separate restaurant is
known for its burgers and salad bzr.
Good cheesecake, too..
1321 S. University
On Thursday night it's next to im-
possible to plow your way through the
crowd of fraternity brothers and
sorority sisters gearing up for the
weekend. The V-Bell offers a complete
menu but the food isn't really all that
120 E. Washington
If late-night cravings send you hunting
for Greek food, this all-night eaterie
will serve your needs. American food
can also be obtained there, but in
general all food is very edible.
Fairly reasonable prices mark this
place. Doesn't offer anything out of the
ordinary selection of chow meins, or
egg foo young.
scrumptious desserts and average
2200 Pittsfield Blvd.
This is yet another ethnic restaurant
with reasonable prices. Features the
only low-calorie Italian dishes in A2.
Veal Parmesan is excellent.
Features cantonese and American
food. Not bad, nothing new.
This Oriental restaurant is reputed to
have the best Mandarin food around
town. It features very spicy and
unusual items but don't wait until Mon-
day to go there-they're closed.
A very good Japanese restaurant, this
eaterie is locfted in a prime location for
students. Your bill won't be big, but
your tummy will be delighted.
118 W. Liberty
Better-than-average Chinese food.
Prices are okay, too.
About the only Mexican food restaurant
near campus, this spicy eaterie is a tad
expensive but offers more than stan-
203 E. Washington
Offers German and Ameican food but is
not often frequented by students. Prices
505 W. Cross, Ypsi
This one takes a little travel but is
reputed to serve outstanding Chinese
food. Prices sway with a moderate
OLD GERMAN RESTAURANT
120 W. Washington
This German restaurant's most
distinguishable feature is take-out
Bavarian edibles. Regular service is
Huron at Washtenaw Ct.
It heartburn's your trip, then a trip to
this very spicy restaurant is for you.
Very good curry chicken and prices are
311 S. Main
Big portions mark this slightly better
than average Chinese-American
eaterie. Prices are what's to be expec-
Known for its hot or cold chapatis,
which are salads stuffed into a special
pouch, this natural foods restaurant
caters to vegetarians and chapati
lovers alike. Reasonably priced, good
selection. Also has a natural foods
grocery in front.
SEVA LONGEVITY COOKERY
314 E. Liberty
This restaurant features a warm at-
mosphere with classical music playing
softly in the background. Excellent,
again vegetarian. A tad more expen-
sive, but good service and unusual
menu. Strawberry smoothies recom-
315 S. State
Less popular than the other natural
foods eateries, this restaurant does
have some good dishes. Menu is not ex-
tensive. Vegetarians should be
prepared to not eat cheaply but well in
AZ-especially at Turtle Island.
Packard at State
About the fastest pizza in town, this
pizzeria serves it with lots of cheese,
of the we
ist and no extra grease, like its
tors. Also features good subs,
very and reasonable prices.
y the most popular fast pizza
town, unfortunately because of
mingly great convenience.
, service is slow and the pizza
North Campus Plaza
the crust is a bit thick, chewy
eless, overall, the pizza tastes
ood. Prices are moderate and
State at William
ecialty is subs which are okay
microwaved. Pizza is a bit in-
with delivery and prices
Huron at Washtenaw
elivery is their only asset.
ire okay, though.i Most people
er their pizza often, preferring
i- pasto salads instead.
810/814 5. State
t subs and sandwiches. Pizza's
d too. Prices are bit more than
l. No delivery but features
ilkshake flavors. The pineap-
Hawaiian pizza is a must.
ome of the best pizza and
est subs around, at reasonable
'here are specials most nights
ek and local entertainment is
tured. Service could use a little
2030 W. Stadium
ghnut shop isn't much different
other, having the usual assor-
ut the treat does taste better-
rage. We wouldn't guarantee
ly morning stock, though.
ll-night eaterie requires
ive transportation, but the
[right. At four in the morning,
ask for more.
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y like any other Big Boy, this
nt is perhaps most famous for
us desserts. The food is similar
's, featuring the usual ham-
ombinations and sandwiches.
es, also similar to Denny's, are
le. Several locations but the
one is open 24 hours.
2080 W. Stadium
here is mediocre, but plentiful
ty. Pretty inexpensive with a
ned at families.
520 E. Liberty
nore expensive than some of
ood joints, this burger haven
rs a fish sandwich and a hot
cheese. Nothing new, really.
right next to the Farmer's
this eaterie features good
and ribs for take-out orv
rIM'S BLIMPY BURGERS
551 S. Division
service and the freshest ham-
n town. All sandwiches made
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South State & Packard
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