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Casual dining, in-house banquets, catering, and delivery to home or office.
"Thriving deli/gourmet food shop/beanery. A menu with a sense of humor -- and it gets the crowds through the deli line. #6 - 'Leave it to Beefier,' #64 - 'Emil's Green Cow.' Featuring pastries, a juice bar, smoothies, tortes, flavored coffees, samples."
Amici’s Pizza fans in Berkley, Southfield and Birmingham now have their favorite gourmet pizza closer at hand. In addition to takeout and delivery service, the new Amici’s has a small sit-down dining area, freshly painted in warm, fresco-like colors. Free pizza samples are often distributed while you wait for your order. Owner George Stark stresses that Amici’s uses only the freshest ingredients for its long list of specialty pizza toppings, from artichoke hearts to roasted garlic and fontina cheese. Vegan combos and tofu cheese are also on the menu. The tomato sauce is made with fresh herbs, hand-stripped from the stem. Stark says Amici’s goes through four pounds of fresh thyme and 40 pounds of freshly roasted garlic each week. They prepare 15 specialty combinations, including the customer favorite — blackened chicken with scallions, Monterey Jack cheese and tomato-herb sauce — or you can build your own, on traditional or whole wheat crust. All pizzas are topped with Amici’s signature fresh herb sprig. Amici’s also serves salads with homemade dressings, soft breadsticks, specialty sandwiches and lasagna.
Atom's Java & Juice offers sensible choices for folks looking for fast and healthy food and beverages that promote healing, positive energy and wellness. Free Wi-Fi is provided in this relaxing, friendly environment.
Vegetarian fare, fruit smoothies, organic coffee, raw juices, healthy treats and desserts, teas, vitamin boosts and fresh organic wheatgrass are offered.
Atom's hosts a monthly art or photography show, acoustic jam nights, a coffee and tech night, local animation and film nights and more.
If you like your sandwiches made for you, show up at lunchtime as the focaccia comes out of the oven. It might be topped with organic roasted zucchini, tomatoes, basil and Parmesan. Avalon has branched out from the baguettes and crusty peasant loaves that have brought bread-starved customers flocking for years. Now brioche, scones and cinnamon rolls expand the meaning of “bread.”
Falafel-heads come year-round for Beirut Palace's fresh raw juices,
daily vegetarian soups and specials, and fresh bread, but the palace
packs them in during the warm months with their commodious outdoor
seating area for 80, where you can have your gherkins and gawking
together while smoking flavored tobacco out of a nargileh.
Fresh raw juices, daily vegetarian soups and specials, and fresh, warm bread.
"Bev's Caribbean Kitchen is a small restaurant with 6 stools for indoor dining. Menu items include Jerk Chicken, Jerk Pork, Roti, and many vegetarian dishes. Est. 1993."
For those unfamiliar with Ethiopian dining, a big part of the draw is that you get to eat with your hands (steaming washcloths are tendered before and after). At the Blue Nile, you get only two all-you-can-eat choices: four meats and seven vegetables for $18.90, or all-veg for $16.90 (kids eat for half price). Diners use small pieces of injera to scoop up the food, and the juices soak into the unleavened bread so that the last part of the meal is the tastiest.
"Bonzai Bob's Mongolian Grill is a make-your-own stir-fry place. Choose from a wide variety of meats, poultry and seafood, add fresh vegetables, oils, sauce and spices then watch our cooks grill it for you. There's a large non-smoking area, full dessert and appetizer menus, and also a children's menu.
An eclectic decor, including hand-painted floors and tables and the original floor from the 1960s bowling alley, makes this a great spot for dinner for two or a fun place for a party. A thatched roof bar and a Key West, Hemingway-style room for relaxing with cigars and martinis complete the feel. Be sure to sample a Mighty Mongolian flaming drink!
A wide variety of entertainment takes place throughout the week, including dueling pianos, blues, comedy, jazz, acoustic guitars and much more. There's a large dance floor and stage, with hula hoops on the dance floor for added fun. All ages are welcome."
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.”
In the former space of Cafe Luwak, which closed at the end of 2010, Café Ollie is under new ownership, with a menu that's different though similar, with more vegetarian and vegan options.
Countless unique and different dishes that provide a complete change of pace from the other sushi bars across Metro Detroit. Also has a full-service bar. More than 100 items available daily that range from seared buttered scallops in a light cream sauce to a rolled beef and asparagus dish.
The lofty open space on two floors can accommodate intimate or large groups, and caters to canines and molars, including lentil walnut burgers and roasted red pepper hummus for the latter. They also have beer and wine specials, including dollar Black Labels on Thursdays, and featured-wine Fridays. In this minimalist environment, friends gather to enjoy a pleasant "non-vibe" amid curated art exhibits. It was voted in 2007 by readers as the Best Bar for Conversation. Whether you have a penchant for windjammers, a thirst for beer specials, a hankering for food or a fondness for art, this place has the making of a good night any night.
"We take great pride in serving our customers the best. All food is prepared fresh daily, no additives or preservatives. Raw juices are squeezed or prepared at the time of order to assure the optimum amount of vitamins are retained. We strive to serve the highest quality foods and juices to our customers."
Offerings are prepared fresh daily. No additives or preservatives. Raw juices are squeezed or prepared at the time of order to assure that the optimum amount of vitamins are retained. Bright, friendly atmosphere. Innovative and top quality entrees and appetizers.
After a long run as an upscale eatery, Brian Polcyn has reinvented the Milford space as a Mexican restaurant.
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Atlanta’s Black Lips are on the road touring behind their newest release, Underneath the Rainbow, and their garage punk tornado will be touching down at the Magic Stick. Wild live shows, including vomit, chickens, fire and some decidedly distasteful nudity have given the Black Lips a reputation for being a must-see band. While they maintain the rawness that has always been present in their sound, their new album has a greasier sheen to it that gives the band even more flamboyance. Natural Child and Duane: The Brand New Dog will open the show.
Take a nine-piece band from Brooklyn, a raspy lead-singer from Ghana and the sounds of punk, jazz and swing, and you get a hybrid of sounds that can only be described as a cohesive mess. The formula works for Osekre & the Lucky Bastards, a band that has been described by New York radio station WBAI as “the new Fela.” This band is unlike anything that has come before it and might just be the start of a musical revolution that you surely don’t want to miss. What’s more, they’re stopping in Detroit for a free show.
Hockeytown is synonymous with good beer and good times, so why should the BrewHaHa be any different? The event starts by teasing the palate with a firkin happy hour, which will include three 4-ounce servings of custom brews made exclusively for the event. Following that will be an optional tour of the Joe and a five-course gourmet meal with beer pairings. In addition, MotorCity Casino Hotel is offering a special rate with complimentary transportation to and from the event.
The first DMAs were held in 1992, and since their inception, they’ve featured some of Detroit’s most notable artists onstage, including such national acts as Eminem, Kid Rock, Martha Reeves, Ted Nugent, Smokey Robinson and Insane Clown Posse. However, regional performers make up the majority of talented nominees, and the 2014 award season looks exciting with a promising list of performers in categories that range from industrial to R&B.
The San Francisco trio’s experimental, freeweheeling take on guitar-based pop (punctuated by frontwoman Satomi Matsuzaki’s crazed, childlike vocal delivery) has made them a favorite of the likes of Pitchfork for years. Call it art rock, call it no wave, call it indie prog, call it whatever — with every release the band attempts to sound completely different, and in that inconsistency they are nothing if not consistent (hell, the band is notorious for sounding completely different at the end of a song than they did at the begining). It’s fun, yet difficult stuff — right at home in an art museum.
live music, fabulous hors d’oeuvres, complimentary wine, cash bar, early buying opportunities. Plus see this year’s pristine vintage automobile display. Benefits the Detroit Area Art Deco Society.
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