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Stella's BlackDog Tavern
860 Fralick
(734) 207-9656
Bob Ostendorf and
JimSullivan have given
new life to the family
tavern and restaurant
located of Fralick
Street, behind the for-
mer post office.
The tavern, named
for Ostendorf's Bernese Mountain Dog, Stella, whose pic-
ture can be found on the new sign, has attracted a crowd of
folks eager to try the new menu which features the Tavern
Burger and daily homemade soups, along with what
Ostendorf is sure is "the best pizza and Mexican food in
There are exciting things happening at Stella' where
there are new and fresh menu specials along with the mod-
erately priced menu items including the incredible Tavern
Burger, homemade soups, hearty sandwiches, and salads.
Stella's also offers and excellent selection of bottled and
draft beer, great wines, Plymouth's Original Bloody Mary
Bar and the only year-roundpatio inPlymouth
There are usually daily specials from the kitchen which
includes fresh fishonFridays.
"The food and the newmenu items, and the quality of the
food ismaking us pretty popular," Ostendorf said.
Stella's is open from 11 a.m. until midnight Sunday
through Thursday and from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Friday and
The Inn at St. John's
44045 FiveMileRoad
at SheldonRoad
(734) 414-0600
The Inn at St. John's
is a Plymouth jewel.
This breathtaking land-
mark is the premier
location for overnight
stays, gourmet dining,
corporate conferences,
weddings, receptions,
executive meetings,
charity galas, and golf outings. MetroDetroit's fourth largest
hotel in terms of total meeting space, St. John's welcomes
both locals and travelers to experience a blend of comfort
and luxury.
For an inspired dining experience in a chic, inviting
atmosphere, make a date at 5ive Restaurant, located off the
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