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Posts Tagged ‘Wine’

Wine glasses and a bottle of wine with a plate of filet at the Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant

Cooper’s Hawk Winery

Handcrafted Wine and Modern Casual Dining Located on Hall Road in Clinton Township, Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant opened this past June. General Manager Kyle Houlahan says business has been brisk and steady ever since. The first Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant opened in October 2005 in Illinois. To date, there is now a total…

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Wine & Dine

Fundraiser to benefit multiple myeloma research. When Sidney Moss was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in 2009, the medical outlook was not very good. Treatments were limited at that time for this incurable blood cancer that affects plasma cells. But he underwent a stem cell transplant, followed by drug treatment, that has kept him in remission…

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Tzafona Ice Wine Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 (MSRP $49.99), an authentic ice wine grown from grapes in Canada’s Niagara Peninsula, is a great pick for the holidays. Sweet wine from Royal Wine Corp.

A Sweet New Year Calls For Sweet New Wines

DISCOVER ROYAL WINE’S SWEET AND COMPLEX WINES FROM ALMOST EVERY WINE GROWING REGION With the Jewish New Year (Rosh Hashana) right around the corner (SEPT 9-11, 2018), traditional sweet foods and wines will be on everyone’s mind — and shopping list. The wine, no doubt, will be just as important as the food it is…

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5 Great Outdoor Drinking (and Eating!) Spots in Detroit

As of June 21, summer is officially here! Seems like it’s been forever, huh? Well, no worries! With the summer solstice comes warmer weather, longer days full of sunshine and — of course, this is an alcohol blog — patio drinking! Soak up some Vitamin D while soaking up some booze at these five exemplary…

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wine corks represent kosher wine

Kosher Wine Wednesday, Courtesy of Trader Joe’s

Monday fun-day. Tipsy Tuesday. Wine Wednesday. Thirsty Thursday. Friday, Saturday, Sunday (no catchy nickname required for weekend drinking). You can always come up with a reason to drink. Maybe not a good reason, but a reason nonetheless. Catching up with a good friend is always a great reason to have a few drinks, though. Last…

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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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Jacob Allen hosted a OneTable Friday night dinner.

Detroit Welcomes OneTable

A new way for millennials to make Shabbat dinner a part of their lives. More than the Jewish people have kept Shabbat, Shabbat has kept the Jewish people.” This sentiment, penned by writer and early secular Zionist Ahad Ha’am, in many ways expressed his view that the Jewish people, more than a political state, needed…

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Hannah Gordon, the new Detroit Jewish News slightly alcoholic l-chayim alcohol and drinks writer/blogger.

Meet Hannah Gordon – Will Write for Booze

Hannah Gordon is the Jewish News‘ new “slightly alcoholic” writer. Hi, my name’s Hannah, and I love a good drink. I also love an OK drink. Every now and then, I’ll have a bad drink. I like classy drinks, and I like not-so-classy drinks. I enjoy a good glass of expensive champagne (say, at a…

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Stop By And Sip At The Royce, Wine Bar in Downtown Detroit

Stirred by the city’s “indescribable spirit … artist community and culinary scene,” Angela Rutherford made the move home to Michigan from New York City once her attention— and inspiration — shifted from the Big Apple back to the Motor City. “All the artists and creativity left New York when it became unaffordable,” she says. Originally…

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John D. Bistro and Bar

A Taste of Elegance

The John D. Bistro and Bar, at the former site of Club Bart’s in fabulous Ferndale on the east side of Woodward just south of Nine Mile, offers up a decadent menu, live entertainment and a great selection of wine and cocktails. Hours of operation are Tuesday and Wednesday 4 p.m.-midnight; Thursday through Saturday 4 p.m.-2 a.m.; and Sunday 11 a.m.-11 p.m.

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