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"D'Amato's Neighborhood Restaurant [Royal Oak & Ann Arbor locations] serves contemporary and classic Italian foods and fine wines in a downtown bistro style setting. D'Amato's is known for its food! Our talented chefs have developed recipes so that each ingredient's delicate flavor is distinguishable, like individual instruments in an orchestra. The combination of these delicate tastes is our chef's symphony. Food presentation is beautiful and artistic. D'Amato's is noted for its ever changing menu. One-half of the menu changes each day, combining old favorites with delicious new offerings. The restaurant's extensive wine list is carefully selected by our wine consultant to offer a broad range of the finest California and imported wines from around the world. Most of our extensive wine selection is available by the glass. D'Amato's Ann Arbor has a climate controlled wine room in the dining room as a functional design feature." – from D'Amato's Web site
Neighborhood Italian joint with eclectic and "from scratch" fare. A fresh Caesar or Caprese salad will run you $6, and a pizza with feta, grape tomatoes, roasted banana peppers, kalamata olives and more is $8. Tender, fluffy gnocchi of ricotta and spinach come surrounded with a rich sauce, and veal saltimbocca arrives on soft layers of rapini and gnocchi, resting in a silky Marsala sauce. There are many more beef, chicken and seafood entrées, and 30 glasses and 60 bottles of wine to wash them down with. What's more, there's often live music (call for schedule) and legendary Royal Oak martini bar Goodnight Gracie is connected to the restaurant.
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.
Specializing in superb entrees. Featuring both a romantic and formal dining room as well as a more casual side. "Da Edoardo Grosse Pointe has been a place for families to go together since 1978. In the past 27 years the Barbieris have taken great pride in the fact that they have cared for generations of families. Children that once came in are now bringing their children to dine at DaEdoardo's. Customers quickly become family at Da Edoardo restaurants and they are treated as such."
Big portions of Italian food is the name of the game.
"The Dakota Inn Rathskeller is the only remaining true ethnic German restaurant in Detroit. It is the type of classic German Rathskeller or Biergarten that was a mainstay of German immigrant community, and still has the very best German cooking in the city."

Since 1933, Detroiters have gotten their fill of bratwurst at The Dakota Inn, which offers a Bavarian style menu in an old Heidelberg atmosphere. Serves up three different types of schnitzel. Gift certificates are available. Reservations are recommended for Friday and Saturday.
An EMU student favorite, and not just because it's dirt cheap. Not big on atmosphere, but the meals are tasty. New additions to the menu in honor of their recent move.
Average Chinese food served in a pleasant, but pedestrian, setting.
A Livonia staple since the 60's.
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.
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