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Posts Tagged ‘rearview mirror’

soup form Zoup!

Danny Raskin: Good For The Soul

Zoup! celebrates 20 years of serving the ultimate comfort food. Like so many other success stories that occur during the passing of time, this, too, has made huge strides from its original simple idea. Because boyhood friends Eric Ersher and David Elias had the dream and a wonderful idea, Zoup! became a reality … and…

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Broadway Market

Danny Raskin: Talk Of Broadway Market Revival

Detroit jewel was a lunchtime favorite. With a seeming resurrection, talk has been bantered about regarding the return of a Detroit favorite of many yesteryears … Bringing back the one-time Broadway Market would certainly tickle the memories of many … It might recall for them fond reminiscences and give young folks like Café Cortina’s Adrian…

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Tony and Sonja Perkovic

Danny Raskin: Deli Delights

Tony’s Deli serves up goodness on its 20th anniversary. There was a time when Jewish delicatessens were everywhere … Today, the much smaller numbers are bundled in varied areas … Some have gone out to farther regions … Or the lake sectors like Tony’s Delicatessen, on Orchard Lake Road in Keego Harbor, (former locale of…

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food from Brass Pointe

Danny Raskin: Time-Honored Treasure

Brass Pointe celebrates its 37th year. He had been searching everywhere and saw many places to show off his idea … But none appealed to him … He wanted a building with space to enlarge and offer plenty of free parking space. Then came the area and surroundings he had hoped to find … However,…

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Hungarian cuisine

Danny Raskin: A Rhapsody Of Flavors

Find authentic Hungarian cuisine in Southgate. Honorable truly ethnic dining continues to hold a coveted place in the stomachs of many, and among favorites is a local Hungarian restaurant that is going into its 25th year as among the largest Hungarian eateries of esteem in North America. The outside sign says Rhapsody, but it is…

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From The Hill Seafood and Chophouse

Danny Raskin: A ‘Hill’ Of A Good Meal

Grosse Pointe eatery is worth the drive. The resurgence of Downtown Detroit has also done wonders for restaurants away from the area by the many who might desire a change of menu, atmosphere or all-around surroundings … along with a place’s numerous stalwart customers who have found another eatery to love. Among them, The Hill…

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Cafe Cortina patio seating outdoor seating

Danny Raskin: Dining Al Fresco

Café Cortina’s patio getting ready to welcome spring. Outdoor dining might be as old as Adam and Eve … She wouldn’t have been much of a hostess if Eve didn’t once in a while invite good ol’ Adam to share an apple while sitting on a rock under some tree. In today’s world, restaurant owners…

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spaghetti

Danny Raskin: Touches Of Italy

Plymouth’s Cantoro Italian Market & Trattoria does double duty. The concepts themselves might have had meager acceptance at their beginnings many years ago but, like well-watered plants, many have grown heartily with much global recognition. However, numerous so-called market-restaurant combinations may have failed because of having market knowledge but also a lack of much-needed restaurant…

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