Esther Allweiss Ingber shares her favorite dishes at Adachi. By Esther Allweiss Ingber, Contributing Writer Photos via Adachi’s Facebook My friend Dave took me to a wonderful Japanese restaurant, new to both of us, for my belated birthday lunch. Adachi by Michael Schlow is the official name of the James Beard Award-winning chef and restaurateur’s…Read More
Find authentic Japanese cuisine at New Yotsuba. Ethnic dining continues its tremendous advances in restaurant openings … and among those that have been receiving rave notices is one already considered among Michigan’s finest. It was very good before … among the best … but according to regulars it has gotten even better in many of…Read More
The ‘new’ Fork n’ Pint keeps people coming back. New guys ’n gals on the block have sort of kept it quiet … or it seemed so … for three years … Those who have been to the “new” Fork n’ Pint have finally failed in keeping it to themselves … The word is out…Read More
Above: Salmon Shisu Cuc The iconic Peabody-Ford Mansion is a gorgeous presence in downtown Birmingham. While the exterior remains intact, the interior reveals its new identity as the restaurant Adachi. Since August 2018, Adachi has impressed locals with eclectic Japanese-style fare and its classic ambiance. Michael Schlow is the face behind Adachi. Schlow grew up in…Read More
It’s time I mentioned one of my favorite places for lunch or dinner: Edamame Sushi Nu-Asian Kitchen in Madison Heights. As might be expected, the sushi is fresh and delightful, prepared by chefs at a sushi bar. But sushi is only the start on Edamame’s menu. Business partners Eddie Bautista and Noel Cabrera, both of…Read More
Every year, friends and family ask what they can buy C for his birthday. To make it easier, we’ve gotten into the habit of making an Amazon list with suggestions of things he might like. But, let’s be honest, the last thing he needs is another toy. So, for his most recent birthday we decided…Read More
A longtime deli man opens a hot dog joint. Ride that inner drive and it will take you places. Within moments of meeting owners Alex and Debra Winkler, you sense a dedication to their craft and loving hospitality. Alex, an Israeli immigrant who arrived in Detroit at age 10, found his first job working at…Read More
Hi, my name is Amanda. I am a busy working wife, mother of two young kids and a lover of all things food. Growing up Jewish in Michigan, I was taught that food cures all sickness. Well, that and a glass of Vernors. Have a headache? You really should eat more food. Broken foot? Eat…Read More
The Yummy House sushi and Chinese restaurant has opened on Haggerty Road between Maple and Pontiac Trail in front of Meijer in Commerce Township … It’s getting a reputation for great sushi!
Looking for a place to have a kids’ party? Airtime Trampoline & Game Park recently opened at 662 E. Big Beaver Road in Troy.
How about a new hobby? Join the WWW club … Women Who Wine … a club that meets once a month at The Wine Guy (1932 S. Telegraph) in Bloomfield Hills. For more info, and a 10-percent-off coupon for new customers, go to www.thewineguystore.com or call (248) 977-4893.Read More
Jewish diners thinking outside the box, or at least beyond Oakland County, have discovered some of the Metro area’s best sushi and sashimi are at a Lebanese-owned dining and nightlife hotspot in west Dearborn.
What might seem an unlikely combination doesn’t faze the growing Jewish clientele indulging their desires for food, drink and fun at Crave Restaurant Bar and Sushi Lounge on Michigan Avenue.
Khalil Ramadan, a former nightclub owner as well as a model and actor, transformed the former location of Stormy Records and a Radio Shack into his beautiful, contemporary space.