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16B - e Michigan Daily WeekeI Magazine - Thursday, Arch 27, 1997

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SI DEWALK
Continued from Page 4B
will""find a small treasure called
Afternoon Delight. Patrons can dine on a
hearty assortment of sandwiches and sal-
ads outside as early
as the end of April.
Along East Afternoc
Liberty Street, ~ Where: 251
Seva, known for its ~ When: Mond
vegetarian special- a.m.-8 p.m.; SL
ties, is hard to miss, 3 a.m.
especially during ~ Phone: 665
the * Art Fair.
Situated above the
Main Street Comedy Showcase, the

with its eclectic cuisine, which includes
basil focaccia and baby muffin appetiz-
ers. The outdoor section, with its inti-
mate atmosphere, could be set up by
early May. It's a great place to take a
date, the family or anyone willing to
pick up the tab.

on Delight
E. Liberty St.
day-Saturday, 8
unday, 8:30 a.m.-
-7513.

Heading back to
Main Street,
Gratzi entices
guests with its
fine Italian cui-
sine. Reservations
are always good,
and so is the food.
Outdoor seating is
weather-depen-

restaurant features a deck with seating
for up to 50 customers.
Inside, Seva also has a small market,
stocked with organic foods and natural
beauty products. According to manager
Laenne Thomspon, the indoor market

dent. Gratzi's little sister, Gratzi Cafe
on State Street, is one of several cof-
fee houses letting you sip an iced
mocha street-side.
Other central campus cafes soon to
provide an outdoor java fix are:
Cafe
Rendezvous at 1110
S. University Ave.

will probably
become a juice bar
by this fall.
Located in
Kerrytown, Joe
Joe's Cafe and
Rau Juices has a
devoted clientele
among townies
and students alike.

Dominick's
V Where: 812 Monroe St.,
behind the Law Library.
V When: Monday-Saturday, 10
a.m.-10 p.m., closed Sunday.
V Phone: 662-5414.

Try a guava chiller
as you "study" in
the upstairs balcony
section, or watch the
Naked Mile from
the ground level.
Cava Java at
1101 S. University
Ave.

Patrons at Cafe Rendezvous brave the variable weather by enjoying some reading outside.

During the sum-
mer, customers take their "Freenies"
outside to the European-style seating.
The smoothie-like concoctions come
in strawberry, banana and orange fla-
vors.
Also situated in the Kerrytown area,
Sweet Lorraine's endears customers

*Espresso Royale Caffe at 324 S.
State St. promises good open-air people
watching.
In a town where the weather is always
unpredictable, one thing is certain:
When the sun shines on Ann Arbor, it's
time to hit the streets, and head for the

Gratzi Coffee
House
J Where: 222 S. State St.
V When: Monday-Saturday,
7 a.m.12 a.m.; Sunday, 8
am.-12 a.m.
~ Phone: 741-4445.

Seva
V Where: 314 E. Liberty St.
V When: Monday-Thursday,
11 a.m.-9 p.m.; Friday-
Saturday, 11 a.m.-1O p.m.;
Sunday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m.:
V Phone: 662-1111.

4

Joe Joe's Cafe
~ Where: 222 N. Fourth
St.
V When: Monday-Friday, 10
a.m.-8 p.m.; Saturday.
Sunday, 10 a.m4 p.m.
V Phone: 663-4080.

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