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Bringing classic back to Michigan, Brookshire provides a truly entertaining experience with favorites such as Dover Sole tableside to complimentary sorbet with Champagne before entree. Featuring a wine list with over 300 selections featuring over 25 wines by the glass, a fireplace and live accoustic music Fridays and Saturdays. Enjoy lunch and brunch in the Gallery overlooking Paint Creek and do not forget the lovely afternoon tea Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 3 p.m. to 5.p.m. Also, family classic dinner specials every Sunday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.
On the banks of the Huron River, an old English-style eatery in a country setting. Frog legs, onion pie, salads, seafood, beef and chicken dishes. A stir-fry, some schnitzel and even a Bombay curry.
Ann Arbor’s Café Felix is practically poetic. The tradition of a European café serving pastries, breads and cakes baked fresh on-site, as well as European wines, beers and liquors. They serve a full breakfast, omelets, crepes, soups, salads and tapas. Every finishing touch within the butter-colored walls is indeed, as the French say, “Au point.”
Featuring homemade continental cuisine including pierogies, beef burgandy, stroganoff, smoked sausage, and kraut. Also serves fresh sandwiches, entrees, salads and soups.
The Commons Lounge is the perfect place for social and business meetings, featuring Martini Nights every Friday and Saturday with a live jazz band; national act singers every Tuesday and Wednesday, 8 p.m. to midnight; and "The Uncommon Hour" every Sunday through Thursday with complimentary chef treats. Also, premium cigars and cognacs and over 20 wine-by-the-glass selections
"We serve authentic European-style espresso, cappuccino, cafe latte and other specialty drinks and offer a wide variety of green, black and herbal teas by the cup. We roast our coffee fresh each week in small batches and use only whole-leaf teas of the finest grade. We also offer a wide range of delectable goodies, including scones with Devonshire cream, muffins, bagels, cinnamon rolls, biscotti and other edibles. Come try the coffee and tea our customers rave about."
"Italian food served in a romantic European atmosphere. Canadian Black Angus beef, lamb, chops, fish, freshly-made pasta dishes and desserts prepared at tableside. Romantic 'most engaged' restaurant. January 2000 Free Press review awarded 4 out of 4 stars; also featured in Hour magazine."
"Chef Paul Grosz' dream come true, Cuisine. The French-American styled restaurant provides a simplistic, elegant attmosphere. The location provides a great pre-theater dining spot. Cuisine's menu offers European fish, Midwestern wild game, American seafood — in fact, many of today's global fresh ingredients. Cuisine also offers private dining rooms for exclusive events, and a bar for after-theatre gathering (smoking allowed in bar area only). Please see our Web page to see a menu, wine list and excellent reviews received from all of Detroit's media outlets. Fast becoming one of Detroits' must-dine dining spots — call 313-872-5110 for a reservation."
Previously known as The Moveable Feast, Daniel's been Ann Arbor's top restaurant for more than 20 years, a place for celebrations serving creative American cuisine with global influences. Reservations recommended.
For more than 20 years, in two locations and under two owners and two names, D’Pauli’s (formerly Giorgio’s) has thrived on its reputation as a diner with upscale surprises: steak Diane, veal Marsala, a burger with chutney and Bordelaise sauce. Today, though, the burgers have taken a way-back seat on the dinner menu; only three are offered, plus five sandwiches. The rest of the long menu is a mix of items like those you’d find at Big Boy (such as “Light Delight,” tuna and cottage cheese) and such higher-falutin ones as steak au poivre and veal piccata. (Lunch tends more to the bacon cheeseburger side, while breakfast will bring you anything from house-made hash browns to Belgian waffle jubilee, with flaming Kirsch.) One of the dishes D’Pauli’s is famous for is tomato basil bisque. It’s salmon-colored, with one big piece of basil in it, rather sweet, and served with Krispy saltines in cellophane packets. Another nice touch is the little plate of olive oil with a dab of basil pesto, brought at the outset with warm rolls. Veal Marsala also delivers a big punch of sweetness. Portion sizes are truly enormous; that’s where the value comes in, especially if you take advantage of the 2-6 p.m. 20 percent off Early Bird Special.
The restaurant’s philosophy is slow and local. If that sounds pretty fashionable these days, note that chef and co-owner Alan Merhar is surrounded by farmers, making it easy to make the most of them for his in season produce. His relationship with Mike Prochaska of Prochaska Farms, for instance (it’s four miles away), is such that each winter the two pore over seed catalogs and decide what to plant and then serve. The resulting dishes are fancy in the sense that sophisticated measures have been taken, but (mostly) all-American if you look at the ingredients. Not everything’s local, obviously: Scottish salmon, scallops, certified Black Angus steaks. But many of the side dishes will be, come summer. Desserts are made in-house and include a rich cappuccino crème brûlée, pumpkin pound cake, tiramisu, Key lime cheesecake, and blood-orange or lime-ginger sorbets.
"Your one-stop shop for cakes and pastries for all occassions. Specializing in custom orders, with no pre-made products. Every cake is made from scratch using only the finest fresh ingredients. You will be pleased with your cake, not just for it’s artistic design, but also for it’s delectable taste. We will also cater for special dietary requirements i.e. eggless cakes, organic ingredients, gluten free etc."
Full service breakfast, lunch and dinner featuring a Halal menu.
Breakfast served anytime.
"Located in a beautiful old country farmhouse that is rumored to be Henry Ford's old foxhole, the Lord Fox offers an elegant atmosphere and entrées such as beef Wellington, veal Oscar, roast duckling and hazelnut whitefish. We also feature an extensive wine cellar, outdoor dining, and an intimate gazebo overlooking a stream. Banquet and private party facilities are also available."
"Authentic Italian cuisine served in an intimate atmosphere for over 11 years. Specializing in homemade classic and nouveau Italian dishes from northern and southern Italy. Full bar service and extensive wine list. Filet mignon alla Gorgonzola, cherry hazelnut chicken and linguine frutti di mare are among our finest entrées. Outdoor dining on the terrace during the summer months. We also specialize in private functions for family or business occasions. Experience the true taste of Italy!"
Offering international fare and a classy ambiance, Mirage Restaurant began as a father-son business that was run out of the family's own home. They serve what they call "home-cooked, traditional foods."
"Real Polish cooking in a relaxing, Old World setting. Pierogis, cabbage soup. Hearty combination meals to taste test a variety of specialties. Huge portions, good value."
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Touring her acclaimed album 'Same Trailer, Different Park'. With special guests John & Jacob.
With The Paper Sound, The Walking beat and At Willoughby.
With Le Voyage, Characteristics and Petals of Power. Citizen Smile are an indie pop rock band formed by childhood friends, James Brown and Kory Kopchick. The band draws influence from groups such as Wilco, Nada Surf and Weezer.
If you're tired of sugar-plum fairies, tinkling bells and jolly, red-cheeked Santa’s, then a visit to METALLICLAUS may be in order. This grumpy, cynical Santa provides the perfect antidote to holiday cheer. His sixth annual visit to Detroit Comics will feature sing-alongs and giveaways. A” Jeopardy” style trivia game called Bang your Head (also hosted by Metalliclaus too) that will dole out the goodies. Attendees can get their photo snapped with the grouchy old elf for only $7, with proceeds benefiting the Children's Hospital of Foundation of Michigan. Metalliclaus has a soft spot for the kids…
This solo exhibition features over twenty new oil paintings on panel and intimately scaled works on gold edged vellum card.
The Hive presents a loosely narrative series that uses allegory to explore themes of authority, duty, and domestic civilization.
Who could forget Noel Night? The dancing, the singing, the togetherness that comes from throngs of folks, some 40,000 in all, from all over metro Detroit coming to celebrate holiday cheer amid various festivities in the Cultural Center. Meander through the more than 60 institutions, including the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, the Detroit Historical Museum, the Detroit Public Library, and many others free of charge, sort of like an “open house” in the city.
733 Saint Antoine
Detroit, MI 48226
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