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Always looking for artists to exhibit their work. Visit website for details.
A variety of basic Coney Island menu items. Sandwiches, salads, shrimp and burgers. Featuring whole baked hams for parties. Breakfast is served 24 hours.
California-style café with sit-down dining in an eclectic, casual enviroment. Featuring homemade soups, 1-lb sandwiches, salads, blue chip nachos, turkey and homemade veggie burgers, scromelettes (scrambled omelettes), blueberry/pecan oatbran pancakes, an array of desserts and Heidi's homemade biscotti. Full coffee menu and 37 coffees sold by the pound. Vegan- and vegetarian-friendly. Holiday gift baskets. Children's menu.
Small, intimate European-style cafe with high ceilings and comfy seating. Check out the board for daily specials.
An all-american restaurant also offering Middle Eastern and Asian cuisine. Romantic and technologically inclined atmosphere. Enjoy burgers, wraps, dinner entrees and the best smoothies in town.
Proud to be featuring America's newest choice in beef, certified piedmontese, found to be naturally low in fat and cholesterol. Also serving fresh fish, seafood, veal, and chops. Be sure not to miss our award winning Tiramisu. We shop the world daily to bring you the finest food. Experience world class dining with an emphasis on service. Be sure not to miss our extensive wine list.
A place where folklore, music and the arts will flourish and be featured.
The Italian menu is generous with options, including both tried-and-trues and some less-common selections. A few stand out, including the very rich rigatoni dello chef, with lots of black olives in a cream sauce, and tortellini Parigina, cunning little ears with ham and Parmesan in a cognac cream sauce.
When you go to La Cuisine, here’s what to do: Order a starter of foie gras (a feature, not a regular menu item). Although it’s not a huge portion, $18 Canadian is not really a lot for this taste sensation that everyone ought to try at least once in their lives. Bussed in from Quebec, it’s rich, rich, rich, yet melts-in-your-mouth. Served on butter-soaked toast with ladles of Madeira sauce that gild the lily.
Bringing Tuscany to Detroit, La Dolce Vita's classic Italian cuisine will have a fresher taste and be lighter for the summertime according to new Executive Chef, Matt Baldridge. Their menu will still include old favorites like classic pastas, chicken, veal and beef, but new to the menu is the stuffed trout, which will be served with chili, a hint of lime and olives. The dessert tray has some creative chocolate gems, but sorbets are also available if you're looking for something lighter. An inviting courtyard awaits behind a wrought-iron fence to offer al fresco dining. Hit the patio on Tuesdays to dance to live a DJ or for cocktails during their weekly patio parties that last until 2:30 a.m.
Lively little Middle-Eastern spot. Juice bar, large selection of appetizers, sandwiches and combination dinners. Charbroiled swordfish and lamb are specialties, along with the vegetarian stuffed cabbage.
La Zingara serves wonderfully simple appetizers that rely on the excellence of their ingredients and terrific pizzas. Their best-selling pie is Quattro Stagioni (Four Seasons), with ham, artichokes and black olives. The prosciutto pizza doesn’t stint on that salt-cured delicacy; a thin sheet is laid over each slice, for plenty of salty, gamy flavor. This old-style pizza joint also offers many homemade pastas. Open every evening.
A full service halal Pakistani/ Indian restaurant with vegetarian and non-vegetarian selections. We serve Indian food with its original recipe and flavor.

La-ziza's specialty is its tandoori, such as fish tandoori, chicken tandoori, and shish kebab. We also feature a famous weekday and weekend lunch buffet where you find carefully selected veggie and non-veggie dishes and very affordable lunch boxes. The veggie is only $3.95 and includes 3 vegetables with bread and rice, and the non-veggie is only $4.95 and includes 2 chicken items with bread and rice.

We also cater in-house parties with 15 items and unlimited soft drinks for only $12.75 and take-away catering starts at $5.95 for 7 items.

Slow ribs and comfort food. Soul food and BBQ.
Many late-night music lovers head here for tube steaks after leaving concert venues. And the waitstaff, presumably to better serve their temporarily deaf clientele, bellow food orders to the kitchen at maximum volume. Lafayette serves up only all-meat franks -- not the filler-laden "hot dogs" on the menu at lesser eateries. FYI: The restrooms are, appropriately, located within the bowels of the establishment. We've heard tales that this 24-hour place is open in the daytime too.
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