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This is a original signs of the times bar once used as a practice club for some of Detroits Motown groups, and was used in the documentary film "standing in the Shadows of Motown." Keeping with the tradition of starting careers, the club has countinued by hosting open mike nights for up and coming MC'S in the Hip Hop community. Every Friday you can party to the latest Hip Hop music, on the tables DJ Dex and B-man. the club has one of the largest bars in the city with a secound bar by the dance floor. The club has not forgot its roots on Sunday you can still hear live bands play Blues,R&B,Jazz. No gymshoes on Sunday.

Security on weekends Dress code in effect on Sundays no jeans or gymshoes.

The Kabob Inn is tucked away in the corner of the Redford Plaza. This quaint, comfy spot has amazing Arabic food that is a must if you love healthy, scrumptious Mediterranean fare. Owner Essa Badereldean came to the U.S. from Lebanon intent on starting his own restaurant. He was armed with old family recipes and his extensive restaurant experience. From a young age he worked at numerous restaurants, and learned what worked best. His Chicken Ghallaba is extraordinary - the chicken is sautéed in an exciting medley of spices with tomatoes, green peppers, garlic and onions. The meat is tender and the vegetables are cooked to perfection. The Shrimp Ghallia is another Lebanese specialty and Badereldean’s take is fantastic. Another triumph is the savory silky hummus that he has perfected. Essa says that the locals claim he has the best hummus in the area and they love his specialties. If you want authentic Arabic food at its best, come to the Kabob Inn.
One of Detroit's best sources for hip hop and techno on vinyl.
Sushi and authentic Japanese and Korean dishes.
One of the main features of Kalloway’s is a golf-themed mural, hand-painted by local artist John Soroka. But the fun doesn’t stop with golf. As you eat the food served by a friendly waitstaff, you might occasionally be surprised by some comedy or interactive theater.

Chefs Jaime and John have won several culinary awards and specialize in seafood and steaks. Seafood pasta, prime rib and veal are the most popular dishes here.

Special activity coordinator Ruth Greene strongly recommends the monthly interactive dinner-theater evening, which currently features a show called 'Murder Madness.' Comedy shows are featured twice a month. Call for a complete entertainment listing.
Décor here is reminiscent of Chinatown. A lot of dragons and fans. Sweet and sour dishes are a specialty.
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