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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, Sepfem-6i+''9, 19771

STEVE'S LUNCH BILL'S COFFEE CUP MICHIGAN LEAGUE CAFE-,
S. University at Forest 201 E. Liberty TERIA AND SNACK BAR
Although it appears to be a dive A generally student-less coffee Michigan Leaguea
from the outside, Steve's fea- shop. Bill's serves fast counter- The snack bar is a great place
tures the best omelets in town type food. Frequented mainly to haye that first or second cup
as well as other homestyle de- by downtown business people of coffee in the morning. They
lights. Sit at the counter and and shoppers. also have fresh donuts and a!
watch your dinner being cooked. , wide variety of breakfast foods.
Prices are reasonable.*" The menu switches to lunch ofI
CURTIS RESTAURANT the quick food variety around1
L PG E207 S. Main 10:30 a.m. Both meals are in-I
LAMPL Liberty at Thompson 'Chicken in the Rough' is their expensive, the staff is friendly
The Lamplighter is reputed to specialty here, and deserves to and they don't mind if you sit
have some of the best pizza in be. Curtis' offers homestyle food, and study a bit-as long as you
town. The service is friendly the some buffet service, cocktails, don't make a fixture of yourself.i
tosp.her srelaing, reas l the and a lot to eat for a reasonable The cafeteria serves hot lunches
atmosphere is relaxing,' but the and- dinners fort reasonable
place is often packed with the price. andne ford rsonble
* prices and the food is quite good.
after-11 concert/movie crowd. *
* * FLIM FLAM DELI WOLVERINE DEN
ANGELO'S Plymouth Mall S. University at Church'
1100 Catherine Mainly a North Campus Sunday Recently remodeled but the at-I
Famous for its homemade raisin night hang-out. The service is mosphere is the same. Decentx
toast, Angelo's is the breakfast slow, the food limited in variety. pizza, late hours, and sometimes
hang-out for the Med Center/ The coffee is mediocre here; as strange people.

OLD HEIDELBERG
215 N. Main
One of Ann Arbor's most fam-
ous ethnic restaurants, Old Hei-
delberg offers both German and
American cuisine. On weekends
enjoy both' German folk music
downstairs in . the Rathskeller
and dancing with the German
band upstairs.
*' * *~
OLD GERMAN RESTAURANT
120 W. Washington
Recently reopened following a
fire a few years ago. This res-
taurant features German food
with take-outs available.
* .* *
CHEZ CREPE
328 S. Main
The only French cuisine in town,
Chez Crepe offers-what else-
crepes of all kinds. The walls
are lined with photographs of
celebrities who have visited the,

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Hill Area crowd. Both breakfast is the food from time to time.!
and lunch offerings are inexpen- The Flim Flam does have, a
sive and filling. *wide selection of cheese, how-TH PAGODA
K * ever.
FRANK'S 33 ml lchde ewe

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311 5. Main

334Maynard LUCKY JIM'S FISH and CHIPS downtown stores, the Pagoda
A small unpretentious restaur- ; 1232 Packard features both Chinese and Am-
ant, Frank's features homestylef.t .n
cooking. Service is fast, but the Authentic English-style fish and erican food. Prices are reason-
food tends to be somewhat ex- chips, what else? Lucky Jim's able for the amount of food you
also offers a variety of boxed, get. You won't walk out without
p f tt take-home Chinese and other a doggie bag.
S D MOriental foods.
STADIUM * * *
338S. State * * * PARTHENON GYROS
Stadium is a good place to stop BILL KNAPP'S 226 S. Main
between morning classes for a, 2501 Stadium Specializing in Greek food, with
cup of coffee and an English 2370 Carpenter a particularly good shish kabob.
muffin, but the rest of its fare is Excellent food in large portions. The atmosphere isn't particular-
questionable. The food ranges The hamburgers are superb. ly memorable, but the food sure
from good (sandwiches and You may pay a bit more than is.
such) to not-so-great (pizza), usual at this family-style res- * * *
most is expensive. taurant, but you won't walk A-1TiATT A

restaurant (like Jimmy Stewart)
happily eating crepes. They also
have an extensive wine list.
FALAFIL PALACE
629 E. University
FALAFIL HUT
Briarwood Mall
'Both feature somewhat commer-
cialized mideastern food. Prices
are reasonable and their des-
serts, particularly pastries, are
great.
* * *
CATHAY HOUSE
Briarwood Mall
Semi - commercialized !Chinese!
American food. The menu offers;
the usual fare-egg foo -yu'ng,
chow mein, .etc.-as well as
some of the more unusual Chi-
nese dishes. Prices are reason-
able.
k* * * r
HUNG WAN
2560 Packard (Georgetown Mall)
Reputed to be the best Mandarin
Chinese food in Ann Arbor. The
menu features{ very spicy, out-
of-the-ordinary Chinese food. Be-
ware, however-they're closed
Mondays.

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120 E. Washington

OYSTER BAR and
SPAGHETTI MACHINE
301 W. Huron HOWARD JOHNSON'S
A wide variety of seafood as 2376 Carpenter
well as a large list of different What can you say about Ho-
spaghetti sauces. The salad bar Jo's? The food is not that great
is good, as is the service., and is overpriced. The service
* is often slow, the restaurant of -
DELTA . ten crowded. The ice cream cre-
640 Packard ations are always great, though.
Inexpensive and rarely crowded..* , ,
The pizza is decent, but the rest
of the Delta's fare is only pass- UNION STATION
able. A lot of S. State/Packard- Basement, Michigan Union
area dwellers frequent this spot. j Not - exactly renowned for its!
* * * cuisine, "which mainly consists'
MR.'S SUBMARINE of soybean burgers fresh from
546 Packard the microwave and other greasy
Another one of those specialty delights. The eating area is of-
chains which pop up from who ten dirty. There are a number
knows where. Mr.'s features of vending machines located in
submarines, of course, of palat- the rear if'you're really desper-
able but not memorable quality. ate.I

If the desire for Greek food
strikes in the middle of the
night, head here. The Athenian
is open 24 hours and also fea-
tures American dishes if your
taste buds are in the mood for
something familiar.
* * *
RAJA RANI
Huron at Washtenaw Ct.
If it wasn't for the canopy pro-
truding over the sidewalk you
might miss this one. Raja Rani
,features a wide variety of spicy
Indian dishesjin a quiet atmos-
phere.
METZGVR'S
203 E. Washington
German and American food, not
often frequented by students. j

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KAMAKURA
611 Church
Located about as close to cam-
pus as you can get, this restau-
rant offers a wide variety of
Japanese delights with authen-
tic cooking at the table. Prices
are reasonable.
LEO PING
118 W. Liberty
Moderately 'good Chinese food.
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