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Page 12 - The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition - Thursday, September 7, 198

Eats
Continued from Page 10
happen to see, what's the best
seafood? Real Seafood Co.
Washington Street Station,
114 E. Washington - I can't figure
this place out. The station seems to
suffer from schitzophrenia. At one
moment you might think it's
Bennigan's and then it's like Gandy
Dancer. One time when I was there
and a father and his young son were

celebrating his daughter's 11th birth-
day. Watching their happy faces was
reason enough to frequent
Washington Street.
Now going out to dinner with
your parents is fun, at least once or
twice a year, but taking a date to
dinner can be an experience beyond
compare. All the above restaurants
will more than suffice as places to
impress your favorite steady.
There are other establishments in
town, however, to take a date out to.
Of course a romantic evening could

be anything from splitting a carton
of McNuggets to sipping Dom
Perigion from a crystal glass. The
following restaraunts have all been
verified from a staff of experts who
analyzed over 3000 episodes of Love
Connection, as places to wine and
dine your way into that special
someone's heart.
Afternoon Delight, 251 E.
Liberty - Not for dinner, but if
"doing lunch" is all you can fit in
your schedule then this sprouts and
cheese fest is an absolute delight.

Angelo's, 1100 Catherine -
For the morning after it's the only
place. The best French toast this side
of the Riviera.
Bella Ciao, 118 W. Liberty-
When the moon hits your eye like a
big pizza pie, that's amore. And if
amore's on your mind, you'll get
more for your Lire here than any-
where else in town.
The Full Moon, 207 S. Main
- If things are tense then maybe
you and your date need to unwind
with a drink and a burger. Full
Moon has more liquor choices than
any bar this side of Dougals County,
Wisconsin. The place to unwind.
Middle Kingdom, 332 S. Main
- Chinese food taken to a new
level. At times it can be as crowded
as Tiannenen Square during a revolu-
tion, but if you want a change for
the better you have to be patient.
Quality Bar, 347 S. Main -
Owned by the people who brought
you Gratzi, Maude's, and Real
Seafood (Contrary to popular belief
the state still owns the University).
Rustic, fun, new, and it's got a roof-
top deck to boot. My cab driver once
called it "very art-deco," but I'm still
trying to figure out what he meant
by that.
Bennigan's/Bicycle
Jim's/Bombay Bicycle Club/Ruby
Tuesday/Chi-Chi's/Olive
Garden/Chilli's Bar and Grill, any
mall - If you want to show your
date originality steer clear of these

saccharine chains. if you want a de-
cent meal, and a waitperson with a
grin then take your pick. Any of
these are safe, but this is college -
who needs safe?
The last class of restaurant you
need to know is the most important
- the places you can eat after the
bars close. It's amazing what some
people will eat after they've downed
their share of Molson's.
By knowing directly where to go
once your kicked out of the local
taverns, you can get food in your
system quicker, sober up faster, and
if you eat right, there's no reason
you shouldn't by ready to go to your
9:00 the next morning.
The Brown Jug, 1024 S.
University - Call it greasy, call the
wait staff slow, insult it anyway you
want. But no other place better de-

fines Michigan. The best grilled
cheese in the world, and if you do
nothing else in your four years here,
try the nachos. Open to 3:00 am on
weekends.
Denny's, 330 E. Liberty -
Only in Ann Arbor could the world's
classiest Denny's open. Their closed
on Christmas, but any other hour of
any other day you'll be able to get
that fabled "Grand Slam Breakfast".
Pizza House, 618 Church -
The chapati capital of the free world.
A good bet is to place your order on
the way home and then wait in front
of the tv watching CNN Headline
Sports as the delivery person comes
to your door food in hand. (Open un- :
til 4 am)
And don't forget Bell's Pizza
(delivery until 4 am) when all else
fails.
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It's a new hip restaurant with a bar - Denny's. This is not your average Denny's though. It's said to be the
most elegant in the world. And, yes it's open 24 hours-a-day, 364 days-a-year (the doors are closed on Xmas).

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4th and Goal to Go
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The Brown Jug may take a lot of abuse, but fry for fry, a finer restaurant
that's open late and named for a football series can not be found.

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