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ITALIAN FOOD Gratzi
(326 S. Main)
Although it might strain the
budget a bit, the food and atmo-
sphere are well worth it. The same
people own Real Seafood Co., and
it's just as good. Try the fettucine
con pomodoro e basilico. And, after
the meal, you get your choice of
Frangelico or Sambuca. That's Ital-
ian!
ORIENTAL FOOD The
Great Wall (1220 South
University)
In this age of growing Oriental
food restaurants, the competition is
getting tough. It was a close one,
but The Great Wall pulled out ahead
as this year's winner.

MEXICAN FOOD Chi
Chi's (3776 S. State)
Food-chain Mexican food -
what the hell, this isn't California.
And they do have a great Tuesday-
night Margarita happy hour.
SEAFOOD Real Seafood
Co. (341 S. Main)
Is there anywhere else? The fish
is fresh, at this perennial winner, and
if the 'rents are into seafood, this is
the place. Plus, you get a free meal
on your birthday. And for you land-
lubbers, their turf well complements
their surf.
JUNK FOOD (tie) Village
Corner (601 S. Forest)/
Stop-N-Go (615 E.
University)
While Stop-n-Go, open all night,

LATE-NIGHT EATS
Brown Jug (1204 5.
University)
Otherwise known as the Brown
Drug and the Brown Slug. When the
bars toss you out, you go here. The
only restaurant that runs out of ev-
erything before you go to order it.
TAKE-OUT Mr. Spots
(810 5. State)
Their buffalo wings are unbeat-
able. Quite spicy, though, they
come with a creamy sauce and some
celery sticks. The order of twenty is
a meal. Plus, they serve up a mean
sub, to boot.

conconctions. You can even get the
menu's mailed to your door
monthly.
FOOD BARGAIN
Jerusalem Garden (307 S.
Fifth)
Vying with the Oasis for the
smallest restaurant in Ann Arbor,
the Jerusalem Garden offers authentic
mid-eastem food for a fair price.
PLACE TO TAKE THE
FOLKS Gandy Dancer
(401 Depot)
Year after year, the Gandy Dancer
Continued on Page 9

What the readers really think about Weekend &

By Alyssa Lustigman
Come on, we can all feel it. The guffaws, the startled out-
bursts, and the inevitable, "What do you expect, it's the
Daily." The Daily staff knows what you think of us, and some
of us might even agree with you. We've been known to gri-
mace every once and a while when we glance at the front page.
But it was - well, enlightening, to see the black-and-white
truth of what you really liked and disliked about the Daily in
this year's readers poll. Here's some of the gems:
The most popular item in Weekend Magazine was The
List. Thanks a lot. We slave away to put out a decent issue,
and you pick announcements of lectures on "Mollusks and
other Fun Sea Creatures" and movie listings you could get by
calling the local theaters. Coming up next: A cover story in-
vestigating the evolution of the list in America. Sound enter-
taining?
Off the Wall came in a close second for best of Weekend.
And no, we don't make up the graffiti, this stuff is for real.

(See Best of Off the Wall, pg. 23)
Finally, our very own Jim Poniewozik garnered a good deal
of votes for his weekly columns on life, love, and the pursuit
of happiness. Most amusing, though, was the various
spellings of Jim's last name. We got everything from
"Ponziewak" to "Ponaweizek." Just do what we do, and call
'im "Jim."
Most of you seriously disliked the bi-annual Weekend
Fashion edition. We tend to agree with you. Do you think its
fun for us to have to arrange models, be buyers, and stand in
the freezing cold for two hours at a shoot? Although, I must
admit, I do enjoy walking down the street with five shopping
bags pretending all these new threads are mine.
A few other voters claimed the worst part of Weekend was
that it was "part of the Daily." And one happy reader gushed
she was sad that "every day wasn't a Friday without a maga-
zine." Thanks, mom. We like to think of it this way: The
Daily is just wrapping paper for Weekend Magazine.

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more harsh. Answers ranged
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best feature, although the cros
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raged replies.
People also complained
covers any part of the body
Our answer? Have each is

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munchers, V.C. remains a favorite
with munchie-junkie-crunchie eaters.
Take your pick.
BREAKFAST Angelo's
(1100 Catherine)
Where else would students get up
early and wait in line to eat break-
fast? Angelo's homemade raisin
french toast makes the difference. Set
your alarm clocks.

Ashley)
Sad but true, Fleetwood Diner
has closed its doors. Rest in peace,
there will never be another authentic
greasy spoon diner in Ann Arbor
now that it's gone.
DELI Zingerman's (422
Detroit)
There is no deli in the world that
can beat it - and that includes New
York. Simply speaking, it's worth
the extra few blocks and dollars just
to get some of the unique sandwich

GREASY SPOON
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