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Bigalora in Plymouth

It was kind of like having two worlds colliding when we just decided that the dust had settled enough to try the latest location for Bigalora Wood Fired Cucina.  I mean we could almost be called stalkers, because we have … Continue reading

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P. F. Chang’s

The last time that we were in Las Vegas, my Bride promised one of the grandsons that we would take them to P.F. Chang’s.  I was totally surprised that none of the family in Vegas had ever eaten there.  I … Continue reading

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Cello

It was a long time coming, but at Cello in downtown Howell, we met The Caller and his wife.  There is no one that has missed this couple more than my Bride and I.  Since they have both retired, they … Continue reading

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Mint 29

Traditionally when my Favorite Daughter is in town, we take her to one of her prized memories of restaurants in Dearborn, Michigan where she grew up.  Alas the town is not the same, the so-called leaders of the community are … Continue reading

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A Hasty Brunch

While we were in Las Vegas, my Favorite Daughter was making plans to come to Detroit to do some visiting and get some Rest and Relaxation.  She wanted to make sure that she still got the corporate rate here for … Continue reading

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Lunch with Our Son

It was almost the end of our stay in Las Vegas and we hadn’t had a chance just to have lunch with our son and his wife, while their children were at school.  Since they live in Summerlin we were … Continue reading

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Monet and Church

The Detroit Institute of Arts had just opened up a new exhibit and we made an afternoon at this grand museum, one of the finest in the country. The exhibit of Claude Monet and Frederic Church showcased two distinct artists … Continue reading

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