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Address:201 W. Northwest Hwy.

Zip-code:76051

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City:Grapevine

State:Texas

Country:United States

Website:http://sonicdrivein.com

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Well, actually it feeds up to six. At Buca, guests delight in our lively atmosphere, enjoy the classic tunes of Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin and admire our décor, including family photos and candid shots of Italian-American icons, such as Sophia Loren and Joe DiMaggio. Our energetic atmosphere, delicious food and friendly staff make Buca di Beppo the perfect place for great Italian food and fun. Executive chef: Daniel Albarran Dining Style: Casual Dining Cross Street: Nolen Drive Parking: Public Lot | Buca di Beppo serves authentic Italian cuisine in an eclectic, vintage setting. Our dishes are served family-style, meant to be shared by everyone at the table. Two sizes are available: BUCA SMALL feeds up to three and BUCA LARGE feeds an average sized country. Well, actually it feeds up to six. At Buca, guests delight in our lively atmosphere, enjoy the classic tunes of Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin and admire our décor, including family photos and candid shots of Italian-American icons, such as Sophia Loren and Joe DiMaggio. Our energetic atmosphere, delicious food and friendly staff make Buca di Beppo the perfect place for great Italian food and fun. Dining Style: Casual Dining Cross Street: Preston Road Parking: Private Lot | Reviews and directions for Marco Italian in Dallas, Texas. | CiCi's Pizza is a whole new pizza experience. Our gourmet buffet is an all-you-can-eat extravaganza of pastas, salads, desserts and 16 kinds of unbelievably delicious, fresh-from-the-oven pizza - all for under $5*. (Unless you're three or under, and then you eat for free!) Our ingredients are fresh - from the vine-ripened tomatoes we use in our sauces to the pizza dough we bake every day and from our 100% whole milk mozzarella to our fresh veggies that never ever come from a can. CiCi's is proud to offer quality and quantity together, for a super-affordable price! | Reviews and directions for Vinny's of New York Brick Oven Pizza in Dallas, Texas. | CiCi's Pizza is a whole new pizza experience. Our gourmet buffet is an all-you-can-eat extravaganza of pastas, salads, desserts and 16 kinds of unbelievably delicious, fresh-from-the-oven pizza - all for under $5*. (Unless you're three or under, and then you eat for free!) Our ingredients are fresh - from the vine-ripened tomatoes we use in our sauces to the pizza dough we bake every day and from our 100% whole milk mozzarella to our fresh veggies that never ever come from a can. CiCi's is proud to offer quality and quantity together, for a super-affordable price! | Olive Garden is a chain of American-Italian restaurants that seeks to replicate old-world Italian style. It is now the largest chain of Italian themed full-service restaurants. | CiCi's Pizza is a whole new pizza experience. Our gourmet buffet is an all-you-can-eat extravaganza of pastas, salads, desserts and 16 kinds of unbelievably delicious, fresh-from-the-oven pizza - all for under $5*. (Unless you're three or under, and then you eat for free!) Our ingredients are fresh - from the vine-ripened tomatoes we use in our sauces to the pizza dough we bake every day and from our 100% whole milk mozzarella to our fresh veggies that never ever come from a can. CiCi's is proud to offer quality and quantity together, for a super-affordable price! | Reviews and directions for Primavera in Plano, Texas. | Reviews and directions for Fazoli's in Irving, Texas. | Reviews and directions for Ci Ci's Pizza in Arlington, Texas. | CiCi's Pizza is a whole new pizza experience. Our gourmet buffet is an all-you-can-eat extravaganza of pastas, salads, desserts and 16 kinds of unbelievably delicious, fresh-from-the-oven pizza - all for under $5*. (Unless you're three or under, and then you eat for free!) Our ingredients are fresh - from the vine-ripened tomatoes we use in our sauces to the pizza dough we bake every day and from our 100% whole milk mozzarella to our fresh veggies that never ever come from a can. CiCi's is proud to offer quality and quantity together, for a super-affordable price! | Reviews and directions for Pasta Plus in Dallas, Texas. | CiCi's Pizza is a whole new pizza experience. Our gourmet buffet is an all-you-can-eat extravaganza of pastas, salads, desserts and 16 kinds of unbelievably delicious, fresh-from-the-oven pizza - all for under $5*. (Unless you're three or under, and then you eat for free!) Our ingredients are fresh - from the vine-ripened tomatoes we use in our sauces to the pizza dough we bake every day and from our 100% whole milk mozzarella to our fresh veggies that never ever come from a can. CiCi's is proud to offer quality and quantity together, for a super-affordable price! | Dallas outpost of the famed Milan restaurant serves northern Italian food in a super chic setting to the very in crowd. | Reviews and directions for Ojeda's Restaurant in Lewisville, Texas. | Reviews and directions for Aparicio's Restaurante Mexicano and Tequila Bar in Plano, Texas. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: An important factor here is the warmth of the welcome that has always been part of the Giovanni's experience, with Fran Truant and her son Randy on hand in the restaurant named for Fran's father, even though the premises are much more lavish than they were when the family started the enterprise. With its carved oak bar refinished to a rich brown, the hand-crafted wrought iron trimmings in the wine room restored, the walls now a soft olive shade that is a backdrop to the framed black-and-white family photographs that survived the flames of a fire in early '06, it is a handsome place. Pastas are all still made here, some by Irma Morri, who hand-rolls and cuts the manicotti and cannelloni as well as the delicately light spinach and potato gnocchi. Morri still only speaks in a San Marino dialect. Her pastas, however, including raviolis in the half-moon shape known by its Italian name, mezzaluna, do all the talking required. Her pastas, and the angelhair, linguine, tagliatelle and fettuccine made by others on the staff, are complemented by the pristine sauces of chef Paul Tootikian. The menu is classic, with each dish, from the tomato-less minestrone unlike any other around town, to the beef tenderloin rolled around paper-thin slices of prosciutto di Parma, made with high-quality ingredients. It's those pastas, however, that are probably the main draw for loyal customers who have never minded wending their way to the address in southwest Detroit, and in fact, probably feel the out-of-the-way location adds a certain cachet. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: Although there are still Creole/Cajun dishes such as jambalaya and fried catfish beignets, on the menu, the three Fishbone's restaurants are focused more on steak and seafood lately. And that emphasis includes sushi bars at the Detroit original and the St. Clair Shores outpost (only the Southfield outpost doesn't have sushi). Everything from Alaskan king crab legs and Maine lobster tails may be found in the attractive settings that still have New Orleans verve. Breakfast is served in Detroit, as well as Sunday brunch. The other two locations have brunch but no breakfast. | Reviews and directions for Sizz'l-n-Spice in Detroit, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Xochimilco in Detroit, Michigan. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: When Charles E. Rogers built his Greek Revival house in 1930, he couldn't have imagined that one day its crystal wall sconces would sparkle over a sushi bar or that there would be tatami rooms for traditional Japanese dining on the lower level of the house. It happened in the year 2000, when the house was completely restored and opened as a restaurant by a Korean businessman, J.W. Shin and his partner Howard Yang. In addition to the full array of Japanese dishes, which run the gamut from the surf clam, salmon roe, mackeral and river eel from the sushi bar, to such entrees as teriyaki beef or salmon, and shrimp and vegetable tempuras, there are filet mignon and rack of lamb and some traditional seafood dishes for those who want Western fare in the evening. At weekday lunch, the menu is Japanese, with attractive bento box offerings a highlight. They contain the chosen main course along with several accompaniments including tempura, sticky rice and daikon ridish served in a compartmented box. Dinner offers both cuisines every evening in the spacious rooms with parquet floors, molded plaster accents and walnut paneling. Charming and offbeat. It's 10th anniversary time for this interesting spot. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: This downtown Birmingham spot has been the epitome of the see- and-be-seen place for years, especially its bar set a few feet above the curving dining room. Now it will close for two weeks to undergo its first renovation (from March 9 to 20. Chef Don Yamauchi took over the menu in 2008 and simplified and improved the contemporary American menu, with such dishes as whole marinated chicken, served for two,l and crispy fried perch updated with stir-fried rice, pineapple and cilantro. | Reviews and directions for Annam Restaurant Vietnamien in Dearborn, Michigan. | Molly Abraham: For some reason, this good Chinese restaurant doesn't seem to get mentioned often in discussions of the Royal Oak restaurant scene. In its free-standing building by the railroad tracks, it is slightly off the beaten track, offering a contemporary setting with indirect lighting, linens and fresh flowers for a menu that offers a nicely pared-down selection of Cantonese and Szechuan dishes, ranging from Singapore rice nooles, twice-cooked duck, shrimp with garlic sauce and Mongolian chicken. It is well-run by Randy Lim and his family thanks to a loyal clientele. | Reviews and directions for The Fondue Room in Mt Clemens, Michigan. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: Famous for serving some of the best minestrone around, as well as a house filet mignon which has been the most popular dish since the days when the Italian restaurant was on Woodward Avenue in Detroit, it continues in its suburban location half a mile from the Silverdome, ironic now that the Detroit Lions are ensconced at Ford Field in Detroit. The big array of Italian dishes includes the picattas, Parmigianas and Marsalas beloved in Italian-American cooking as well as all the trimmings from antipasto tray to spumoni. The setting has a warm, retro feeling, with central bar flanked by a dining room on either side. Big banquettes along the wall in one dining room are particularly comfortable. A waitstaff in black tie does a creditable job. On Sundays only, Lelli's offers a terrific children's menu, that includes a filet mignon and all the trimmings for the 10 and under set ($9.50). | *** Soft Shell Crabs are here!!!!Great drink specials Sunday thru Thursday after 4 P.M. Now serving Royal Oak's freshest SUSHI prepared Tuesday thru Saturday nightly!*** Metro Detroit's four Tom's Oyster Bar locations offer superior fresh seafood and an award winning wine list in a relaxed, casual, friendly atmosphere. The first Tom's Oyster Bar opened in 1985 in Grosse Pointe Park. Initially serving only raw shell fish, it grew into a popular dinner and mingling spot. Since then, three additional locations have been added, and multiple accolades have been awarded to the Tom's Oyster Bar family of restaurants. At Tom's Oyster Bar we feature an ever changing variety of fresh seafood, as well as traditional entrees. The food is guaranteed by purchasing only the freshest available products. As a result, we may carry 16 to 20 different fresh items daily, along with a selection of six fresh oyster varieties. In fact, some of our restaurants publish their daily menus on a chalk board to keep up with the ever changing market. Check out our weekly Alaskan King Crab Leg specials in Royal Oak. All you can eat Sunday thru Wednesday 29.99 Our full service bar features an award winning wine list as well as 10-30 wines by the glass. In addition to 50 bottled beers, we carry 8-10 of the best hand-crafted draft beers of Europe, Canada and the United States including Tom's Oyster Ale and Tom's Oyster Porter. | Reviews and directions for East Side Mario's in Rochester, Michigan. | Kin to Oak Park's remarkable Pita Cafe, serving all the Middle Eastern familiars, but also chicken shawarma with garlic sauce; sojok, or spicy lamb and beef sausage and raw kibbee topped with sauteed lamb and onions. A first-rate raw juice bar is another draw. A recent redecoration -including those eye-catching beaded lamps that are a signature at Cedar Garden as well as the La Shish restaurants - has helped immensely. Those looking for a well-done mideastern menu will find it here. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: A small Asian market carved out enough space for a sushi bar and it quickly became a favorite for the popular Japanese tidbits. There have been a few tables added to the sushi space and most of the seats are filled during the hours of 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and 4:30-7 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, with slightly different hours on weekends 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and 3:30-7 p.m. Saturday and 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and 3:30-6:30 p.m. Sunday. Choices range from nigiri (hand-pressed)and hand roll to combinations. Some sushi is available in the refrigerated case, but most people prefer to watch the chefs create the items from tuna and yellowtail to salmon, mackerel, eel, salmon, giant clam and squid. The market stocks an array of Asian ingredients for those who want to prepare dishes at home. | Morton's, The Steakhouse, the nation's premier steakhouse group, specializes in classic, hearty fare, serving generous portions of USDA prime aged beef, as well as fresh fish, lobster and chicken entrees. Morton's is famous for its animated signature tableside menu presentation: steaks, whole Maine lobsters and other main course selections, along with fresh vegetables, are presented on a cart rolled to your table, where the server displays and describes each menu item in appetizing and entertaining detail. The menu, which is the same at all locations, features a variety of favorite cuts, including a 24 ounce porterhouse, which is the house specialty; a 20 ounce New York sirloin and a 14 ounce double cut filet. Every Friday and Saturday nights, enjoy our famous slow roasted Prime Rib. Morton's Prime Rib is a double cut, served bone-in and roasted to a perfect medium rare. Due to limited availability of this item, we suggest you reserve your order when making your reservation. | Molly Abraham: 30-plus years and counting, and the Redcoat Tavern is still a popular spot on the Woodward corridor for its topnotch burger served in many varieties and also such house specialties as clam chowder, fish and chips, St. Louis spareribs and chicken pot pie. The Brown family, mom Kaye and sons Matthew and Mark carry on the family enterprise. The tavern setting is outdated, the glowing red lights eerie, but why mess with success? People pack the place daily. The kitchen stays open for last call at 1:40 a.m. Monday through Saturday. And that's a rarity these days. | Molly Abraham: Jimmy Schmidt is no longer the new kid on the block, but his riverside restaurant continues to be one of the most appealing spots in town. It is casually elegant, with its well-spaced tables in a sunny, many-windowed space with a wealth of artwork all around. Dishes that typify the Rattlesnake style include pan-seared Alaskan king salmon with ragout of baby artichokes, roasted peppers and thyme, pan roasted breast of organic chicken stuffed with prosciutto and sage, and Angus beef short ribs braised in Cabernet atop roasted cauliflower mash. Classics including oysters on the half shell, Michigan baby lamb chops with chanterelles, prime aged steaks and Great Lakes fish are also on the concise menu. Desserts are notable. The terrace with its striped market umbrellas, big pots of thriving herbs and view of the river is a prime location in spring and summer. | Reviews and directions for Pizza Papalis in Detroit, Michigan. | Bill and Amy Downs let you really do stir-fry your way: Help yourself to raw beef, pork, lamb, turkey, chicken, fish, squid; add all the vegetables, oils and spices of your choice, then hand your bowl to a chef at the massive grill. Within minutes, you'll taste whether you've created a dream or disaster. The Royal Oak outpost has been joined by dozens more since the couple opened ten years ago. It just moved a block south of its original location, into bigger and more elaborate quarters, underscoring the success of the enterprise. | Reviews and directions for Green Lantern in Madison Heights, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Armando's in Detroit, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Kruse & Muer in Rochester, Michigan. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: There are other dishes on the menu, but pizza is the name of the game here in the restaurant run by the descendants of Gus Guerra, who was the founder of the original Buddy's in 1943. After selling Buddy's, he opened the Cloverleaf and the square pizzas and antipasto salads are served in a big, informal restaurant with a nostalgic decor based on photos from the family scrapbooks. Totally unpretentious and informal. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: Navigational maps used atop tables, fish and shrimp sculptures cleverly constructed of tin cans and other discards, and lots of polished oak give a distinctive look that just escapes being corporately slick to the comfortably casual microbrewery and restaurant run by the Mortons, Bob Liz, Scott and Susan, backed by an extended family. The menu follows the seafood theme almost completely, except for a few pork and chicken dishes, notably the pulled pork sandwich. Steamed mussels, baked Brie, crab cakes and seared tuna typify the appetizer list, and entrees including grilled salmon, blackened catfish, and an array of seafood platters including shrimp, scallops, king crab and shrimp. Monday nights are all-you-can-eat catfish nights ($9.99), Tuesdays are kids nights, when kids eat free with lan adult entree. | Reviews and directions for Vince's Ristorante in Detroit, Michigan. | Bill and Amy Downs let you really do stir-fry your way: Help yourself to raw beef, pork, lamb, turkey, chicken, fish, squid; add all the vegetables, oils and spices of your choice, then hand your bowl to a chef at the massive grill. Within minutes, you'll taste whether you've created a dream or disaster. The Royal Oak outpost has been joined by dozens more since the couple opened ten years ago. It just moved a block south of its original location, into bigger and more elaborate quarters, underscoring the success of the enterprise. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: The third generation of the family of founder Mon Chin, who started it all in 1969, are now involved in running the Chinese restaurant that was among the first to offer fusion dishes, dubbing the cuisine Nu-Asian. And the restaurant has always had the buzz of a place where people want to be. Dishes as disparate as plain egg foo young and a handsomely presented Chilean sea bass wrapped in banana leaves with asparagus, bamboo shoots, red peppers and chili-coconut sauce are served on big white plates that show off the colorful fare to full advantage. It's simply fun to dine at Mon Jin Lau whether your particular taste is for standard Chinese dishes or the more adventuresome selections. The central cocktail lounge shares space with a sushi bar. In addition. the restaurant has the best wine list of any Asian restaurant around. This is a casually upscale place with a veneer of chic, and interesting bar action. An added element is that it is almost always open. | Reviews and directions for Ole Ole in Novi, Michigan. | This family operated restaurant offers a romantic and comfortable atmosphere with delicious food. Laffrey's serves the freshest Boston seafood and the juiciest USDA Grade A beef. Laffrey's has an extensive wine menu to compliment its exotic menu items. Dine in a warm dinning room with soft pink light, burgundy upholstery, brick and mahogany walls, accented with rose and teal. Laffrey's offers intimate banquet facilities for up to 50 people, where you can chose from their most appetizing entrees. Take advantage of Laffrey's catering for your most important events. Some of the favorite dishes offered are Laffrey's Special Steak, Fresh Fish & Seafood, Broiled Maine Lobster Tails, Jumbo Alaskan King Crab Legs, and Shrimp Cocktail. Laffrey's is family owned and operated by Sandy Thompson, her husband, Henry Thompson, and son and Executive Chef Darin Thompson. For an outstanding meal, a warm environment, and sophisticated service, Laffrey's is the perfect place for your next dining experience. | Reviews and directions for Thai Cafe in Royal Oak, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Duggan's Irish Pub in Royal Oak, Michigan. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: Patrick Coleman's stylish little soul food spot, with its cozy bar called, appropriately enough Sidebar, offers well-prepared soul food in a colorful room decorated with a bit of Harlem Renaissance flair. The menu includes all the soul food favorites from smothered pork chops and meatloaf to fried chicken and fish. The bar has its own little tapas menu to expand the horizons a bit. | Reviews and directions for Shogun Japanese Steak House in Sterling Heights, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for El Zocalo in Detroit, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Zeff's Coney Island in Detroit, Michigan. | One of the nicest little sushi bars in the area, this is completely authentic. Noodle dishes are also served. | Reviews and directions for Cyprus Taverna in Detroit, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Genitti's Hole in the Wall in Northville, Michigan. | Turkey has been added to the menu of ribs and chicken smoked over charcoal by the family of the late, much-loved founder Milt Goodson. | Reviews and directions for O'Mara's in Berkley, Michigan. | With a track record of more than 15 successful years, the harmonious restaurant marked with a small Japanese garden at the entrance transcends its strip mall location, presided over by a trio of highly experienced Japanese restaurateurs. It offers the full range of dishes from the sushi bar and yakitori bar in the dining room as well as from the behind-the-scenes kitchen where noodle dishes, teriyakis and tempuras are prepared. Everything is served in the stylized Japanese style on plates, bowls and platters in shades of blues, greens and browns by a courteous staff. | Reviews and directions for Checker Bar & Grill in Detroit, Michigan. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: Chef Mary Brady and her close-knit staff are carrying on the Brady family tradition after the death of Tom Brady, the son of the founder, who started it all in 1954. The chili his original Seven Mile Road tavern made famous is still on the menu as are excellent hamburgers but Mary's professional culinary training brings the bright, contemporary American fare to a new level. House specialties like smoked salmon quesadillas, rock shrimp pasta and ginger-dusted calamari rings have joined the house burger and chili, giving patrons a wide selection, including a list of specials that changes every week. Each dish on the list of specials includes both a wine and beer suggestion. | Molly Abraham: Just 18 tables covered in black-and-white checkered vinyl cloths parallel the long bar under a gold-painted tin ceiling. New Orleans style background music accompanies the authentic Cajun and Creole fare that includes crawfish boil, stew and cakes, jambalaya, red beans and rice and Cajun shrimp. An upbeat Mardi Gras feeling embues the place all year-round. Small batch bourbons are a specialty at the bar, as are several beers that are New Orleans imports. This is a place that knows its niche and sticks to it. Michael Henne is now the sole poprietor. | Reviews and directions for Mason's Bar & Grille in Livonia, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Izakaya Sanpei in Canton, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Margarita's Mexican Restaurant in Berkley, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for New Peking in Garden City, Michigan. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: It's been 25 years since Lorraine Platman opened her first Sweet Lorraine's at this Southfield address. The menu here and at satellites in the Livonia Marriott Hotel and the Courtyard by Marriott in downtown Detroit, defies a category, just like the sound system which offers everything from world beat to Willie Nelson. The cafes have many meatless entrees, as well as a signature New York strip steak, now using Piedmontese beef. Jerk chicken salad and roasted red pepper and garlic hummus are often on the list along with such dishes as pecan chicken and maple-cured salmon. Desserts are emphasized, with some of the best cheesecake around as well as carrot cake and a rich chocolate cake. Lorraine Platman doesn't like to put a label on her cuisine, though she sometimes calls it American Continental. A nice wine list accompanies the fare and the beverage list goes well beyond the routine, from fresh lemonade and hot apple cider to cappuccino and espresso. | The name is catchy, the decor is cheery and the food is very good for a chain trattoria. Oak-fired pizzas, pasta in many guises, and a Sizzelini -- sizzling spaghetti tossed at table with sausage, chicken, peppers and onions that is a house specialty. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: This popular downtown Birmingham spot in a handsomely refurbished 1932 building that once was a Detroit Edison office recalls the era with a witty decor that features bulbs of all shapes and sizes and a collection of purposefully mis-matched antique chandeliers. Chef Luis Reyes' menu is bright and appealing, and not easy to categorize, although its Italian spin is unmistakable. The chef doesn't try to reinvent the wheel, but takes familiar dishes such as shrimp scampi, sauteed sole and braised lamb shanks and makes something a little extra out of them. A small list of red meat is also available. Great soups and fresh salads are in Reyes' repertoire, as well as risotto of the day. The dining room and bar are separated by a wall, but quiet this place isn't. And most people like the conviviality of it all. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: When the Barbieri family moved from their original location in downtown Detroit, a restaurant called La Lanterna, they put the name over the door in a handsome building in Grosse Pointe Woods. At first running a formal restaurant, they added a second element for more casual dining. The two-pronged spot has now been folded into one entity, with a menu that takes a few of the elaborately sauced veal and seafood dishes and adds them to pastas and pizzas. Recipes are from the repertoire of founder Edoardo Barbieri Sr., whose son and grandchildren now run the restaurants. A sit-down bar was added to the amenities and now there is also outdoor seating on a handsome, brick-embellished patio. | Reviews and directions for Sy Thai Cafe in Birmingham, Michigan. | Molly Abraham: The Sharma family is from Nepal, but their restaurant offers an extensive menu of Indian dishes, from both the north and south of India. Their lunchtime buffet, served every day from 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. week days (till 3 on weekends), and is a notable value at $8.95 ($9.95 on Saturday and Sunday). The food is authentically spiced from housemade spice blends. The dishes - ranging from lentil soup to be ladled into white bowls, to chana masala (chick peas cooked with onion, tomatoes, ginger and garlic) and chicken korma (boneless cubes of chicken in a mild, creamy sauce) - are set out in small quantities and they are replenished frequently. n Many of the selections are vegetarian, such as cauliflower or potatoes cooked with peas and tomatoes, spring rolls filled with shredded carrots, cabbage and green onion and vegetable fritters (pakora) as well as heaps of fragrant rice.n Few people resist the buffet at lunch (although the full menu is available). In the evening, it's a different story, when guests order from an extensive array, which ranges from the relatively familiar and nicely done tandoori dishes - chicken, lamb, fish or shrimp cooked in the clay oven - to the masala dosa of Southern India, crepes made of rice and lentil flour, stuffed with vegetables and served with sambar (spicy vegetable and lentil soup) and chutney, and much, much more. Note that like most Indian restaurants in the area, it is closed between lunch and dinner. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: People who love the kind of comfort food defined by smothered steak, meatloaf and fried chicken will appreciate what John Thompson and his big family are doing in a rehabbed manufacturing building not far from the Belle Isle Bridge. Thompson doesn't call it soul food. To him, it's simply Southern home cooking. Prior to opening Southern Fires, and yes, it's Southern Fires, not Southern Fries, as some have called it, Thompson ran Franklin East in downtown Detroit. He was only leasing, however, so when this big building, which looked like a ruin before the Thompsons got their hands on it, became available, he bought it and did much of the reclamation along with his brothers. The all-day menu is simple and direct:just 14 entrees ranging from catfish fried in a cornmeal crust, baby back ribs, fried chicken and braised short ribs, with sides of greens, macaroni and cheese, sweet potatoes, cornbread and baked beans. Soft drinks only and lots of Thompsons riding herd on the proceedings, which include an amazing amount of carryout. | Reviews and directions for Musashi Japanese Cuisine in Southfield, Michigan. | Molly Abraham: As plush and elegant a steak and seafood house as can be found in the area, the restaurant that recently relocated from the Hotel Baronette to the Crowne Plaza features beef and luxurious seafood dishes from sashimi grade tuna to oysters and lobster. The bar is completely separate from the softly lit dining room to allow smoking. The service is in keeping with the ambitions of the menu, which includes, in addition to steaks seared in a 1700-degree oven, live Maine lobsters up to five pounds, Alaskan king crab legs, lamb t-bone and such embellishments as onion rings, sauteed asparagus and fresh spinach with garlic. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: This venerable spot is celebrating its 65th anniversary of serving its iconic pizzas and salads. | The solid Italian menu created by the late chef Ernesto DeMichelle continues in the hands of Michael Gallagher who was trained by the veteran chef who had begun his career in 1945. Many dishes are still named for Ernesto, including one of his most popular, a mix of penne with fresh tomatoes, olive oil and basil. Others include shrimp Ernesto, garlicky sauteed shrimp with white wine and lemon, breast of chicken with Italian sausage, peppers, mushroooms and onions. The big restaurant has a series of dining rooms, each with a fireplace, and several banquet rooms for private parties. It's the former Hillside Inn, a Plymouth landmark. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic : The cozy restaurant in the heart of downtown Rochester has been a hit from the start in the early '90's, generally considered the town's best. Its series of rooms begins with the casual oyster bar in front and the more formal dining room in the back in an arched, bricked-walled and mirrored setting on two levels. Each room has its own menu. One or the other of the proprietors, Bill Kruse and Vince Clark, is always on hand as diners order such dishes as the Detroit sirloin, inspired by a vintage Detroit restaurant where Kruse used to go, rack of lamb, crabcakes and filet mignon. Another popular dish is the flash-fried roadhouse-style frogs legs. Service is emphasized and almost every wine is available by the glass. Under the same roof, but with a completely separate menu and atmosphere is the seafood bar called Kabin Kruser's Oyster Bar. | Reviews and directions for New Seoul Garden in Southfield, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for El Rancho in Detroit, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Comet Burgers in Royal Oak, Michigan. | Molly Abraham: An extensive menu of Korean and Japanese dishes is served in handsome surroundings of polished wood and Asian artifacts, with all the amenities of dining including a well-dressed staff. Proprietor Dong Kim did wonders with a setting that had previously housed a Mexican restaurant. Now, in addition to the long sushi bar, where sushi and sashimi are artistic creations, there are barbecues set into tabletops for many varieties of Korean barbecue. In addition to the expected kalbi (short ribs)and bulgogi (marinated slice beef) there are many aimed at the Korean audience including pork belly marinated in wine, squid steak in Korean pepper sauce and marinated beef tripe. The grills are vented from below, so that smoke is kept to an absolute minimum. A list of hot pot and noodle dishes rounds out an impressive selection. | Reviews and directions for Nippon Kai Japanese Restaurant in Clawson, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Buddy's Pizza-Auburn Hills in Auburn Hills, Michigan. | Molly Abraham: The big restaurant on the river has a casual atmosphere but higher ambitions than it suggests. Creative specials are offered each night, typified by such dishes as hailibut rubbed with jerk spices and served with rice pilaf and pineapple/strawberry relish, and mussels Rockefeller. The beef is certified Angus, and that makes the hamburger notable. While summer is prime time at this lively waterfront restaurant that you might call Wyandotte's answer to Sindbad's, it is a year-round destination, offering live entertainment on weekends and a variety of specials, including bottled wine at half price on Mondays. The American steak/seafood menu with Italian accents is served in a 200-seat dining room with a river view from just about every table. | Rick Rosenfield and Larry Flax opened the first California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) on March 27, 1985 in Beverly Hills after wanting to give the public pizza with a twist. Rosenfield and Flax broke the mold by opening up a whole new pizza taste experience. They created the Original BBQ Chicken Pizza, and pizza lovers were jolted out of the pepperoni-mode and thrown into BLT bliss, Thai Chicken euphoria and Jamaican Jerk nirvana. Not limiting their menu to just pizza, they created an innovative selection of pasta, salads, and to-die for-desserts. | Molly Abraham: Husband-and-wife team Kipp and Susan Bourdeau have renamed their restaurant (formerly Bistro Bordeau) and have given it a more casual feeling, addidng more sandwiches and burgers but retaining about 70% of the original menu which is bright and contemporary, reflecting Kipp's experience in resorts in Florida and Georgia, with a hint of New Orleans thrown in. Dishes include half duck baked on black cherry plank, seared ahi tuna with vegetable spring roll and seaweed salad, portobello mushroom ravioli, and blue cheese and bacon crusted filet. House soup is bistro onion and a particularly appealing salad is made with butter lettuce, Valencia oranges, avocado, gorgonzola cheese and honey roasted walnuts with mango vinaigrette. Desserts are housemade | Reviews and directions for Buddy's Pizza in Farmington, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for The Cottage Coffeehouse and Cafe in Trenton, Michigan. | Northern Lakes Seafood Company is located in affluent Bloomfield Hills Michigan, a Detroit suburb, inside the Radisson-Kingsley Hotel. Regular guests are well traveled, sophisticated diners who live within a few miles of the restaurant, or hotel guests. Guests enjoy fine dining in a casual, energetic dining room modeled after a coastal open air seafood house. Décor is casual & eclectic with comfortable, cozy seating in the dining room for 175 with an energetic Tavern & Raw Bar seating another 75 guests. The seafood is flown in from around the globe & the menu changes daily in accordance with availability. The wine program is designed to give everyone something they can feel comfortable with, both in terms of price & exciting selections, with a sprinkling of comfort labels. With a predominantly seafood menu, the emphasis is on interesting whites & food friendly reds such as pinot noir, with enough full bodied reds to keep the land lovers happy. Executive chef: Jamie Kalmus Dining Style: Casual Elegant Cross Street: Long Lake Road Parking: Valet | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: Moviegoers at the Main Art Theatre across the street are among those who stop at this tiny spot where orders are taken at the counter and made while you watch so that the Mexican street style fare turns out exactly the way you want it. Tim Castaneda, who grew up in his parents' Mexican restaurant, created a simple but authentic menu of quesadillas, burritos, Baja or American style tacos served on throwaways and eaten at a pair of long window seats or carried out. Although it started out as a late-night place, Zumba now closes at 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Online ordering has been added and so has a second location at 163 W. Maple, Birmingham. | Reviews and directions for Taqueria MI Pueblo in Detroit, Michigan. | Molly Abraham: Formerly one of the Salvatore Scallopini restaurants, it offers the same Italian American menu of pastas in just about every guise from angelhair with chicken and mushrooms in Alfredo sauce to penne with green beans, potatoes and garlic. Housemade spaghetti, rotini, fettucccine, shells and mostaccioli may be ordered with a choice of six sauces, a fresh green salad and bread for $9.95. There is fancier stuff on the menu, but the pasta special is hard to beat. | Reviews and directions for TV's Diner in Trenton, Michigan. | Where upscale dining meets the corner bar. | Reviews and directions for Sam's Village Cafe in Dearborn, Michigan. | The perfect place to go for great food at a reasonable price, service that cannot be beat, and fantastic management. Ideally located on Woodward and 9 mile road in fashionable Ferndale. | Rick Rosenfield and Larry Flax opened the first California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) on March 27, 1985 in Beverly Hills after wanting to give the public pizza with a twist. Rosenfield and Flax broke the mold by opening up a whole new pizza taste experience. They created the Original BBQ Chicken Pizza, and pizza lovers were jolted out of the pepperoni-mode and thrown into BLT bliss, Thai Chicken euphoria and Jamaican Jerk nirvana. Not limiting their menu to just pizza, they created an innovative selection of pasta, salads, and to-die for-desserts. | Reviews and directions for Moe's on Ten Family Restaurant in Novi, Michigan. | In 1884, Ernesto Larco came to America and started a tradition. Using old-world family recipes, he opened popular restaurants along the East Coast, raised a family, and passed on his recipes to his sons Pete, Mike and Nick. After the Great Depression and serving in the armed forces in World War II, his sons carried on the tradition started by their father and opened Larco’s Inn in Detroit. Today, the kind of fine cuisine that Ernesto Larco first served back in the “roaring twenties” lives on in relaxed, inviting settings that have long been the hallmark of the restaurants that bear his name: Larco’s Italian Chophouse in Troy and Larco’s Italian Grill in West Bloomfield. With the help of Chef Peter Larco – a fourth-generation family member – Larco’s features a tempting menu of both traditional and contemporary Italian food as well as prime steaks, chops, fresh fish, seafood and an excellent selection of vintage wines. Executive chef: Peter Larco Dining Style: Casual Elegant Cross Street: Rochester Road Parking: Private Lot | Reviews and directions for East Sea Buffet in Madison Heights, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Thai Peppers in Farmington, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Royal Oak Brewery in Royal Oak, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Buddy's Pizza in Livonia, Michigan. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: There couldn't be friendlier or more approachable sushi bars than Chris Sayanthone's family-run group of restaurants in Birmingham, Auburn Hills and Royal Oak. Each is small and compact, and offers, in addition to sushi and sashimi, a menu of Japanese dishes from udon and soba noodle dishes to donburi, tempura and teriyakis. Bento box and boat assortments are offered at lunch and dinner, a changing array of sushi, sashimi, dumplings, dipping sauces and shredded daikon. Sayanthone, a Laotian who lived in Japan, where he met his wife, Ritsuko, divides his time between the restaurants. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: The menu at this satellite of the original in Southfield defies a category, just like the sound system which offers everything from world beat to Willie Nelson. The cafes named for Lorraine Platman's favorite song have many meatless entrees, as well as a signature New York strip steak, now using Piedmontese beef. Jerk chicken salad and roasted red pepper and garlic hummus are often on the list along with such dishes as pecan chicken and maple-cured salmon. Desserts are emphasized, with some of the best cheesecake around as well as carrot cake and a rich chocolate cake. Lorraine Platman doesn't like to put a label on her cuisine, though she sometimes calls it American Continental. A nice wine list accompanies the fare and the beverage list goes well beyond the routine, from fresh lemonade to hot apple cider to cappuccino and espresso. | Reviews and directions for Lazy Lizard in Novi, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Alfoccino Restaurant in Farmington, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Salvatore Scallopini in Eastpointe, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Plaza Mexico in Eastpointe, Michigan. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: The bright, open setting and a menu of fresh fish and seafood that may be prepared in many styles, from chargrilled and blackened to broiled, sauteed or deep-fried, is a Dearborn classic. There are usually eight to 10 fresh catch selections which might include walleye, salmon and perch, among others. Crab-stuffed sole, jambalaya, and tower of shrimp - a combination of shrimp brochette, cocktail shrimp and buffalo shrimp - are hot sellers. Service is friendly and informal, just like the atmosphere. The decor has been softened with vivid blues and greens, art glass and paintings. The in-season patio is especially popular. | Experience America's premiere dinner train, where you enjoy a chef-prepared meal with live entertainment while traveling in beautifully appointed passenger cars from the golden days of railroad travel. Conveniently located in Walled Lake Michigan and the metropolitan Detroit area, the Michigan Star Clipper Dinner Train is perfect for celebrating birthdays, anniversaries, group events and other special occasions and is guaranteed to be an experience not found anywhere else. We offer three-hour, five course Premium Dinner Trains, Friday night two hour, three course Themed Dinner Show Trains, Sunday Family Dinner Trains, Luncheon Trains, and Children's Lunch & Breakfast Trains. Stay overnight onboard one of our railroad sleeping compartments. Please visit the rest of the site and view the video. We look forward to having you onboard soon! Dining Style: Fine Dining Cross Street: West Maple Road (15 Mile Road) Parking: Private Lot | Molly Abraham: Note: The restaurant and bar are currently closed due to a fire. | Reviews and directions for Siam Spicy in Farmington, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Steve's Backroom in Harper Woods, Michigan. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic : Dishes that skim the Mediterranean from Spain to Lebanon are served in a room with well-spaced linen-covered tables and a muted color scheme brightened only by paintings on the walls. Single page menus offer two headings: Amuse (appetizers) and Innovations (main courses). A notable appetizer is the meze platter of hummus, taboulee, roasted beets, olives and vegetarian grape leaves, a good way to start the meal along with a glass of wine. Main courses include chargrilled organic salmon, fricassee of Michigan rabbit, tournedos of beef and chargrilled lamb chops, all individually garnished with an array of fresh vegetables, sauces and herbs. Proprietors Josie Knapp and George Gize have created a very civilized little spot that, in suitable weather, includes tables in a landscaped rear courtyard. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: The quarters on the first floor of the Fox Theatre Building are in the capable hands of the Barbieri family whose Da Edoardo in Grosse Pointe Woods has been a mainstay for years. The downtown restaurant is slickly contemporary and offers floor-to-ceiling windows with a view of the ever-changing street scene and Comerica Park. The menu is Italian, with a number of pasta dishes from the recipes of the family patriarch as well as steaks and veal dishes and some of the best minestrone in town. The original Da Edoardo is in Grosse Pointe Woods, and a third family restaurant, Da Edoardo North, is in Grand Blanc. Cafe Nini, an offshoot, is in Grosse Pointe Farms and is a mini-version of the larger restaurants. | The eclectic menu, exuberant staff and colorfully funky decor make Pronto! one of the hot spots in downtown Royal Oak. The menu offers made-to-order deli sandwiches, salads, homemade soups, specialty pizzas, vegetarian dishes and more, including an array of tempting desserts. One or more of co-proprietors Tom Murray, Bill Thomas and Jim Domanski is usually on hand. | Reviews and directions for Maisano's Italian Restaurant in Novi, Michigan. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: It's in Berkley - but it could be in Berkeley, Cal;, with its non-smoking policy in place long before the ban, its fresh ingredients, herbs and cheeses, housemade dressings and from-scratch cooking. When a lease loss forced proprietor George Stark to move from his original location in Royal Oak, he found a building in downtown Berkley and opened his pizza emporium, and a short while later, added the Living Room, an adjoining bar, doing much of the work himself. It's an unpretentious charmer, with excellent gourmet pizzas, typified by blackened chicken, scallions, Monterey Jack and fresh herb tomato sauce atop no. 2 pizza, and three vegan pizzas featuring, in the case of no. 8, artichokes, plum tomatoes, spinach, walnuts and the house herb tomato sauce on whole wheat crust. Every neighborhood should have a pizza spot like this one. Friendly, certainly informal, yet focused on quality. One drawback: because there is no space for a dishwasher, everything comes on disposables. | Reviews and directions for Gracie See Restaurant & Pizzeria in Detroit, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for The Peacock in Dearborn, Michigan. | Molly Abraham: Sala Thai's original location in Lafayette Park has added two more, one in the firehouse near the Eastern Market, and this suburban spinoff. The Thai menu is extensive, ranging from spring rolls, chicken satay and shrimp rolls on the appetizer list to catfish stir-fried with hot curry, eggplant, kaffir lime leaves and pepper to fried rice with mushrooms, string beans and water chestnuts, broccoli, green onions and egg. | Reviews and directions for Lai Thai in Canton, Michigan. | Find directions, reviews and upcoming events for AJ's Music Cafe in Ferndale, MI. | Reviews and directions for Palermo Pizza & Pasta in Canton, Michigan. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critc: The Blancke family landmark has been a Detroit classic since 1949, when Buster Blanke and his partner, Hillaire "Van" Van Hollebeke, founded it. In February of 2009, it is celebrating its 60th anniversary, still the archetypical waterfront hangout: informal, unpretentious and convivial, with bare-topped tables and a waitstaff that is efficient above all else. Accompaniments to the fish and seafood dishes include classic clam chowder, fresh vegetables, coleslaw, and in addition, there are steaks and burgers as well as an array of sandwiches. This isn't a place for sauces, aside from tartar sauce with the fish, which is prepared in straightforward fashion: broiled, sauteed or deep-fried. Good ingredients simply handled could serve as the motto. Butter and sour cream come packaged, breadsticks are in cello wrappers. This is a waterfront spot, after all, and it doesn't put on any airs. www.sindbads.com | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: It's been 25 years since Lorraine Platman opened her first Sweet Lorraine's at this Southfield address. The menu here and at satellites in the Livonia Marriott Hotel and the Courtyard by Marriott in downtown Detroit, defies a category, just like the sound system which offers everything from world beat to Willie Nelson. The cafes have many meatless entrees, as well as a signature New York strip steak, now using Piedmontese beef. Jerk chicken salad and roasted red pepper and garlic hummus are often on the list along with such dishes as pecan chicken and maple-cured salmon. Desserts are emphasized, with some of the best cheesecake around as well as carrot cake and a rich chocolate cake. Lorraine Platman doesn't like to put a label on her cuisine, though she sometimes calls it American Continental. A nice wine list accompanies the fare and the beverage list goes well beyond the routine, from fresh lemonade and hot apple cider to cappuccino and espresso. | Reviews and directions for Aunt Olive's Good Food 2 Go in Birmingham, Michigan. | A true hideaway, although it is located on a main thoroughfare, this charming little spot has a European feeling. The menu offers appetizers of hummus, bruschetta and mussels provencale, chicken lemon rice soup, as well as sandwiches, gourmet pizzas and pasta dishes. The dinner menu expands to include chicken piccata, sauteed lake perch, salmon in pesto sauce and tenderloin filet, at $16.95 the most expensive dish on the list. | Drop into Post Bar Ferndale for good times and great food. The restaurant isa neighborhood favorite, and offers a casual, friendly dining atmospherethat you and your friends are sure to enjoy. Post Bar Ferndale also featuresa friendly, professional staff of great people, who will make sure you enjoyyour visit and that Post Bar Ferndale lives up to its reputation for fun dining and superb cuisine. The menu offers an inspired array of selectionsthat is sure to satisfy everyone in your group, every time. Be sure to ask your server about new selections and daily specials. Whether you're in the mood for casual dining or a specialoccasion, Post Bar Ferndale is sure to please. | Reviews and directions for The Hotel Grill in Trenton, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for McDonald's in Taylor, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Original Pointe Barbeque in Detroit, Michigan. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: The price structure at this sliver of a Chinese restaurant on Ferndale's restaurant row is certainly one of the remarkable things about it. Prices have barely risen since Tina Co and Cuong Luu, both from Vietnam, opened the modest spot in 1988. The surroundings are lunch counter basic, but the fare is very good from Cuong's tiny kitchen visible on one side of the counter and paralleling the tables along the wall. He does many of the familiar dishes, like cashew chicken, beef with broccoli and Mongolian pork, as well as some specialties. They include Yu-Shan scallops, Shanghai crispy shrimp and a dish he calls Amazing Chicken, peapods, mushrooms, onions, water chestnuts and tomato sauce stir-fried with chicken. No frills, but fans of Chinese food won't miss them. The highest price dish is $10.95; most are much lower. The fact that it is still here after 20 years speaks volumes about the little place that has seen others come and go along the street. | Reviews and directions for Empire Szechuan Garden South in Livonia, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Mongolian Buffet in Warren, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Ho Wah Restaurant in Sterling Heights, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Christine's Cuisine in Ferndale, Michigan. | Drop into Post Bar Ferndale for good times and great food. The restaurant isa neighborhood favorite, and offers a casual, friendly dining atmospherethat you and your friends are sure to enjoy. Post Bar Ferndale also featuresa friendly, professional staff of great people, who will make sure you enjoyyour visit and that Post Bar Ferndale lives up to its reputation for fun dining and superb cuisine. The menu offers an inspired array of selectionsthat is sure to satisfy everyone in your group, every time. Be sure to ask your server about new selections and daily specials. Whether you're in the mood for casual dining or a specialoccasion, Post Bar Ferndale is sure to please. | Reviews and directions for Gateway Deli & Restaurant in Southfield, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Sundries Plus Incorporated in Troy, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Maya's Deli and Smoke Center in Pontiac, Michigan. | From hot meatball in winter to cold turkey in summer, this national chain features freshly made-to-order sandwiches for every season. The soft white, wheat or seasoned rolls are baked throughout the day. If you time it right, you may even get a hot one. The counter service is quick and toppings are abundant. In addition to traditional foot-long subs, the menu offers six-inch subs, hot sandwiches, wraps and kids' meals. | Reviews and directions for Subway in Detroit, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Sukhothai in Oak Park, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Vito's Pizzeria & Restaurant in Lincoln Park, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Monterrey in Royal Oak, Michigan. | One hot day in June of 1919 in Lodi, California an entrepreneur named Roy Allen mixed up a batch of creamy root beer and sold the first frosty mug of this delightful beverage for one nickel. Now, more than seventy years later, A&W Root Beer® is the world's number one selling root beer and is still mixed fresh daily and sold at hundreds of A&W® restaurants. | One hot day in June of 1919 in Lodi, California an entrepreneur named Roy Allen mixed up a batch of creamy root beer and sold the first frosty mug of this delightful beverage for one nickel. Now, more than seventy years later, A&W Root Beer® is the world's number one selling root beer and is still mixed fresh daily and sold at hundreds of A&W® restaurants. | One hot day in June of 1919 in Lodi, California an entrepreneur named Roy Allen mixed up a batch of creamy root beer and sold the first frosty mug of this delightful beverage for one nickel. Now, more than seventy years later, A&W Root Beer® is the world's number one selling root beer and is still mixed fresh daily and sold at hundreds of A&W® restaurants. | Reviews and directions for A & W Family Restaurant in Dearborn, Michigan. | One hot day in June of 1919 in Lodi, California an entrepreneur named Roy Allen mixed up a batch of creamy root beer and sold the first frosty mug of this delightful beverage for one nickel. Now, more than seventy years later, A&W Root Beer® is the world's number one selling root beer and is still mixed fresh daily and sold at hundreds of A&W® restaurants. | One hot day in June of 1919 in Lodi, California an entrepreneur named Roy Allen mixed up a batch of creamy root beer and sold the first frosty mug of this delightful beverage for one nickel. Now, more than seventy years later, A&W Root Beer® is the world's number one selling root beer and is still mixed fresh daily and sold at hundreds of A&W® restaurants. | One hot day in June of 1919 in Lodi, California an entrepreneur named Roy Allen mixed up a batch of creamy root beer and sold the first frosty mug of this delightful beverage for one nickel. Now, more than seventy years later, A&W Root Beer® is the world's number one selling root beer and is still mixed fresh daily and sold at hundreds of A&W® restaurants. | One hot day in June of 1919 in Lodi, California an entrepreneur named Roy Allen mixed up a batch of creamy root beer and sold the first frosty mug of this delightful beverage for one nickel. Now, more than seventy years later, A&W Root Beer® is the world's number one selling root beer and is still mixed fresh daily and sold at hundreds of A&W® restaurants. | Reviews and directions for A & W Family Restaurant in Southgate, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Bahn Thai Cafe in Pontiac, Michigan. | The same menu as the downtown Detroit Mario’s, ensconced in the suburbs. | One hot day in June of 1919 in Lodi, California an entrepreneur named Roy Allen mixed up a batch of creamy root beer and sold the first frosty mug of this delightful beverage for one nickel. Now, more than seventy years later, A&W Root Beer® is the world's number one selling root beer and is still mixed fresh daily and sold at hundreds of A&W® restaurants. | Reviews and directions for Shields Bar & Pizzeria in Troy, Michigan. | McDonald's is the world's largest chain of fast food restaurants, serving nearly 47 million customers daily. McDonald's primarily sells hamburgers, cheeseburgers, chicken products, french fries, breakfast items, soft drinks, milkshakes and desserts. More recently, it also began to offer salads, wraps and fruit. | Reviews and directions for Sam's Village Cafe in Dearborn, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Toarmina's Pizza in Westland, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for A & W Family Restaurant in Taylor, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for A & W Family Restaurant in Rockwood, Michigan. | Molly Abraham: A softly lit bistro and creperie offers a pared-down menu of such dishes as pate with French bread, escargot with lemon beurre blanc, French onion soup, an array of savory and sweet crepes, coq au vin, and mussels steamed in fennel/Pernod broth, and it is drawing people to its romantic quarters. Proprietors Bob Zagar and Jeanine Henson spent two years upgrading the storefront, now done up with colorful paintings by local artists (for sale, of course) and a subdued color palette of warm browns, golds and terracotta. Sunday brunch, ordered from the menu with such dishes as eggs Benedict and wild mushroom crepes, has been added to the schedule. | Reviews and directions for Luigi's The Original in Harrison, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Buca di Beppo in Birmingham, Michigan. | The name is catchy, the decor is cheery and the food is very good for a chain trattoria. Oak-fired pizzas, pasta in many guises, and a Sizzelini -- sizzling spaghetti tossed at table with sausage, chicken, peppers and onions that is a house specialty. | Molly Abraham, Detroit News Restaurant Critic: The creation of the Larry Bongiovanni family, the casual Italian spot, one of six, offers a reliable menu of pastas in just about every guise from angelhair with chicken and mushrooms in Alfredo sauce to penne with green beans, potatoes and garlic. Spaghetti, rotini, fettuccine, shells and mostaccioli may be ordered with a choice of six sauces, a fresh green salad and bread for $10.95. There is fancier stuff on the menu, but the pasta special is hard to beat. | Molly Abraham: The colorful, mama's kitchen style restaurants known as Salvatore Scallopini and created by the Bongiovanni family serve a reliable menu of Italian dishes, especially pastas in just about every guise from angelhair with chicken and mushrooms in Alfredo sauce to penne with green beans, potatoes and garlic. Housemade spaghetti, rotini, fettucccine, shells and mostaccioli may be ordered with a choice of six sauces, a fresh green salad and bread for $9.95. There is fancier stuff on the menu, but the pasta special is hard to beat. | Reviews and directions for Black Pine Tree Sushi Bar in Southgate, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Dos Pesos in Belleville, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Lazy Lizard in Novi, Michigan. | Are you looking for Mexican cuisine that doesn't require a trip south of theborder? Look no further. Senor Lopez brings the hospitality andspecialty cuisine of Mexico to the heart of Detroit. There is something about authentic Mexican cuisine that gets the taste budsgoing and lets the appetite run wild. Senor Lopez offers diners warmhospitality and mouth-watering cuisine that will not easily be forgotten.Bring your family and friends, pull up a chair, indulge in a tasty Margaritaand catch up after a long week at the office. No matter what the occasioncalls for or your appetite demands, the friendly staff at Senor Lopezwon't let you leave without a smile on your face. The menu features classicfavorites and modern adaptations to a culinary tradition that has madeMexico a favorite culinary destination. Whether you're looking for a safe haven from the fast food chains of Americaor in need of a meal that will tempt your cravings, Senor Lopez willnot let you leave unsatisfied. | Our style Mexican cooking is subtly spiced and the range of dishes extends far beyond the popular tacos and enchiladas. Mexican food need not be peppery, although for those desiring added pepperiness we have spicy table sauces. Those dishes of ours that are very hot, we forewarn you on the menu. | Reviews and directions for Joseph Koolisky Manufacturing, aka Joe Kool's in Troy, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Pizzeria Paesano in Royal Oak, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Shield's in Dearborn, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for PizzaPapalis in Rochester, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Buscemi's in Eastpointe, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Nona's Pizzeria in Harper Woods, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Little Caesar's Pizza in Detroit, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Pizza Hut in Rochester, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Benito's in Washington, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Scotty's Firehouse Pizza in Westland, Michigan. | Reviews and directions for Bosco's Pizza CO in Dearborn Heights, Michigan. | Free parking at night for South End revelers. Weekend home of the SoWa Open Market from mid-May-October. | Enjoy Outdoor Rooftop Dining and Drinking!!! Located only 8 blocks from Comerica Park! Now serving Detroit's freshest SUSHI lunch and dinner*** Metro Detroit's three Tom's Oyster Bar locations offer superior fresh seafood and an award winning wine list in a relaxed, casual, friendly atmosphere. The first Tom's Oyster Bar opened in 1985 in Grosse Pointe Park. Initially serving only raw shell fish, it grew into a popular dining and mingling spot. Since then, two additional locations have been added, and multiple accolades have been awarded to the Tom's Oyster Bar family of restaurants. At Tom's Oyster Bar we feature an ever changing variety of fresh seafood, as well as traditional entrees. The food is g

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