For more than 50 years, shoppers have ambled through the aisles of La Rosa Market and stocked carts with fresh-baked breads, deli products, and the essentials. Craft grandiose hoagies or time-sensitive sculptures with a diverse selection of Boar's Head deli meats and cheeses ($6–$9/lb.), or fuel barbecues with protein-packed bites of AngusPride Choice beef ($6+/lb.). Dough designers knead, toss, and roll floured mounds into freshly baked tongue warmers, including breads, pies, cakes and pastries ($2–$15). After culling enough rations to restock pantry shelves and vacant bowling-trophy cases, cart cabbies can browse a vibrant floral section that includes roses by the dozen ($9.99) and mixed bouquets ($7.99). Shoppers can also corral bundles of firewood ($4.99) to illuminate backyard gatherings.
Marty's creations are certifiably kosher and have no artificial ingredients. Choose from more than a dozen custom creations from the cookie gallery, ranging from the progressively futuristic chocolate chip ($1.75 each) to the signature chocolate drizzle cookie ($3.50 each). Before you trade your cow for an unenchanted bean, stock up on milk for cookie-tray acquisition; serve 8–12 people with a 60-cookie assortment for $37.99. Foolish lovers don't have to give flowers to apologize; give cookie bouquets—six long-stem cookies lovingly wrapped in a rose box sealed with ribbons, bows, and blown kisses ($39.99).
Mezza Mediterranean Grille stays true to the broad geographical scope of its name by offering dishes inspired by the cooking of France, Italy, Greece, Turkey, and the Middle East. In the kitchen, the chefs showcase their appreciation of tradition by kneading fresh dough for spinach pies and making yogurt from scratch. This dedication shines through on the rest of the menu, which embraces the diverse spices and flavors found across the Mediterranean. Crispy falafel and charbroiled lamb shawarma represent part of the region, as well. Together, these dishes allow patrons to experience a small taste of the Mediterranean's diverse character without the hassle of traveling the world or eating a passport from each country.
The clattering symphony of fallen pins plays on Sylvan Lanes Bowling Center’s 12 gleaming lanes, where competitors hurl resin-based orbs. Here, strike forces assemble for 10-frame mayhem, one-upping one another with stunning spare pickups and graceful pirouettes enabled by their supple-soled rental shoes. On their quest to roll the elusive 300, bowlers can sustain themselves with selections from the menu, such as burgers topped with blue cheese or pizzas adorned with barbecue sauce and chicken. Throughout the alley, plush leather sofas beckon bowlers, and a full-service bar lined with flat-screen TVs keeps guests abreast of contemporaneous sporting events.
Sylvan Lanes also has a private event room that holds over 100 people and can be used for just about any event including birthday parties, family reunions, and showers.
In woks at Bangkok Cuisine, snow peas, shrimp, napa cabbage, and scallops sizzle in a symphony of familiar sounds and tasty smells. Prepared by a chef with over 25 years of experience in Thai cooking, ingredients indigenous to Southeast Asia mingle in traditional Thai dishes, which also draw on the culinary traditions of the country?s neighbors. Catfish fillets marinate before chefs cover them in breading and garlic sauce, and shrimp, scallops, and squid evoke Thailand?s palm-tree-sprinkled coast. Chefs tailor each dish?s spiciness to individual palates, delighting daring diners with thai peppers that can taste mild or hotter than two astronauts making out on the surface of Venus. Fusion dishes include Chinese staples such as sweet ?n? sour sauce.
We are La Marsa restuarant at Bloomfield hills, and we have three other locations at Farmington Hills, Troy, and Waterford. We serve the best Mediterranean cousins from different countries from the middle east, Egypt, Yemen,Tunis,Lebanon, Syria. To see out full menu go to www.lamarsaexpress.com