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Tastes of the town
Area restaurants make Plymouth a ‘destination’ all year long
Plymouth is one of the best communities in the country in which to live
according to recent real estate surveys and among the many amenities featured
are theunique restaurants that fill the downtown and outlying areas.
These restaurants bring diners from throughout the area back to Plymouth on
a regular basis tomeet for dinner or lunchwith friends or for family celebrations.
The city has become a destination for those seeking good food and a variety of
choices inbothethnic andAmericandining.
Every year, the annual festivals bring people to the community and many
return time and again to enjoy the local restaurants and the amenities the town
uniquely offers.
Welcome to Plymouth where the some of the very best in both family fare and
fine dining canbe found.
Among our favorites:
E.G. Nick's
500 Forest Ave.
(734) 414-6400
One of the most popular places in
town is always E.G. Nick's on Forest
Street where owners Tony Belli and
Frank Agostini want everyone to have
a good time.
"We hope everybody comes by dur-
ing the Fall Festival to enjoy all the
activities in the tent in the back park-
ing lot sometime during the weekend,"
Agostini said. "That's what we're here
The tent will house the Saturday
night A.M. Rotary Club Spaghetti
Dinner, a benefit for Waggin' Tails Dog
Rescue Saturday afternoon and have a
12-foot TV screen for the University of
Michigan Notre Dame game. The tent
will also featureBigRay and theMotor
City Kings beginning at 8 p.m. both
Friday and Saturday nights. There will
be a $3 cover charge both nights which
will be donated to the Plymouth
CantonVietnamVeterans group.
Agostini said the band had enter-
tained at the restaurant earlier this
year and was so popular there were
several requests to bring them back
during Fall Festival. There will be
beer, wine and mixed drinks served in
the tent both Friday and Saturday
nights, he added.
The unique indoor-outdoor patio on
Forest Avenue will also be open and
serving the wide selection of artisan
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