6676 Orchard Lake Road West Bloomfield, MI 48322 +1 248 851 8782
At the Fiddler you will find no frozen food and no additives, just homemade Eastern European and Jewish food. That is exactly what the restaurant's Moscow-trained owner boasts. The stuffed cabbage, dumplings and other Eastern European staples are authentic and savory, though generally lighter and leaner than the Old World versions. Appetizers include gefilte fish, borscht, blintzes and Russian pancakes topped with caviar. Truly a sumptuous and exotic fare!
6676 Telegraph Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301 +1 248 865 9300
Skilled chefs prepare traditional, moderately priced Italian fare in an open kitchen at Andiamo Italia West In Bloomfield Hills, one of Detroit's most affluent suburbs. The bright (yellow is one of the predominant colors) and modern decor includes huge mirrors that allow patrons to watch the action from nearly any angle. Specialties include Gnocchi, Manicotti, Osso Bucco (braised veal) and Homemade Italian Sausage. Live music on Wednesdays and an adjoining bar complete the package.
539 East Big Beaver Road Troy, MI 48083 +1 248 528 1674
For a taste of the Islands' most flavorful cuisine, try Bahama Breeze. One of the nation's leading Caribbean-inspired restaurants, Bahama Breeze has tropical atmosphere, high ceilings, rich woods and palm tree decor. Expect bold and spicy flavors with each meal presented in a way that is as eye-catching as it is appetizing. Whether it's West Indies Ribs or the Chicken Santiago or Seafood Paella or any one of countless other entrees and desserts, you will always be satisfied at Bahama Breeze. With more than 50 brands of beer by the bottle, island-style drinks with plenty of fresh squeezed juice, you will be sure to slake your thirst. The Bahamarita, Bahama's signature frozen margarita, is a must.
2800 West Big Beaver Road Troy, MI 48084 +1 248 649 5300
A traditional steakhouse, this dark-paneled, golden-lit emporium is decorated like a power broker's den. Dry-aged meat is displayed in a glass-walled tenderizing locker. The stately dining room has portraits of local civic and political leaders. Veal, pork chops, large lobsters, crab cakes, calamari and shrimp scampi are all skillfully prepared, and the onion rings are legendary. Sample the lobster bisque, the Grille's Delmonico, or Gaint Shrimp Scampi with Roasted Tomatoes over Linguini, and don't forget to leave room for the mouth-watering desserts. In the Wine Room are a wide selection of vintage wines, and you can visit it if you feel like puffing on a cigar after a good meal.
5725 Rochester Road Troy, MI 48085 +1 248 828 2825
Camp Ticonderoga is a large and comfortable hunting lodge without the guns. The decor is rough-hewn wood and sporting prints, and ample portions of beef, wild game and both fresh and saltwater fish are the fare. Try the steaks, ribs or venison; if you are feeling more adventurous, order a dish with boar or bear. There are pool tables for patrons who wish to play before or after their meal and a bar and a fireplace on both floors of this sprawling establishment.
37360 Van Dyke Avenue Sterling Heights, MI 48312 +1 586 978 8450
Anita's Theatre Dance & Performing Arts is a school that trains its students in becoming masters of voice, dance, and acting. The fruits of the students' labor can be seen at the different performing arts shows that take place here, as well! Call or see the website for current and future classes and performance schedules.
12901 15 Mile Road Sterling Heights High School Sterling Heights, MI 48312 +1 586 825 2525
So you are in high school and you feel you have got the talent for performing arts? You can audition for Warren Consolidated School of Performing Arts and buck up for major productions to your credit, of course as a team along with other batch mates and staff. But isn't producing plays and musicals at such a level itself a big thing? Warren Consolidated School of Performing Arts is a nationally recognized theater performance and production program that has won many accolades over the years. And you can be it's part too, just roll in for auditions and let all know about you.
14900 Metropolitan Parkway Sterling Heights, MI 48312 +1 586 268 7820
Freedom Hill Amphitheater generally stages events that are suited to everyone but tiny toddlers. This is because the management cares about the quality of the performance, and kids belonging to preschool-age are tough to mind. The theater is always in action, housing events and shows from performance arts to graduation school ceremonies, college fests and concerts. It serves as a good option for an eventful evening in Sterling Heights.
Developer Chuck Forbes meticulously restored this 450 seat, 1926 vintage
theater in the early 1990s, recreating its intricate proscenium panels and original carpeting. The theater, a part of the Century Club building, has a long and checkered history. The ...
The Rendez vous Cafe might seem like just another place
to get coffee but there's much more than meets the sleepy eye. Grab a tasty sandwich with your coffee and sit down to WiFi internet for your laptop. As ...
Two of music's greatest Jimi Hendrix and John Lennon have
played at this nightclub. Well, that should be introduction enough! Rocking the music scene since the 1970s, the Blind Pig has gone from being just a bar with a ...