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Blue Nile

221 E. Washington [map]
(734) 998-4746

During Covid-19: In-person dining with safety protocols. Traditional Ethiopian cuisine includes vegetarian, lamb, beef, and poultry served on traditional unleavened bread. Banquet room. Dinner only. Tues.-Thurs. 5-10 p.m., Fri. & Sat. 4-11 p.m., Sun. 3-9 p.m. Closed Monday. bluenilemi.com  

$10 to $20
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Senior discounts
Outdoor seating is available
Alcohol served
Gluten-free options available
Diapering facilities
Wi-Fi
Disability friendly
Catering available


El Harissa Market Cafe

1516 N. Maple (Maple Miller Plaza) [map]
(734) 585-0686

North African and Mediterranean cuisine, including Moroccan lentil soup, Tunisian salad, spicy carrot dip, hummus, olives, and more. Gelato and sorbetto. All sold by the pound "deli-style." Tues.-Sun. noon-8 p.m. Closed Mon. elharissa.com  

$10 to $20
American Express
Discover
Mastercard
Visa
Birthday discount
free gelato
Outdoor seating is available
Gluten-free options available
Delivery available
Diapering facilities
Wi-Fi
Disability friendly
Catering available




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