“a hallmark of Detroit hospitality for over 50 years”
No one would have predicted that this small room, which began as a coffeehouse and almost immediately segued into a full-fledged restaurant, would become such a popular spot. Perhaps it's the intimacy of the place, with its mere 38 seats. Even though--or perhaps because--the tables are so close together, the room has an appealing energy. The well-prepared food, on a menu that's the right length for a bite-size restaurant, includes eight appetizers, a half-dozen pasta dishes and five main plates, notable among which are tournedos di vitello, medallions of veal filet in a fresh mushroom sauce. Cafe Nini is named for Alicia (Nini) Barbieri, the third generation of the Da Edoardo restaurant family. In the restaurants to see and be seen in Detroit , the Barbieri family has been the hallmark of Detroit hospitality for over 50 years. The Foxtown Grille is located in the center of Detroit 's entertainment district. Third generation restaurateurs, Eddie Barbieri and Ann Barbieri-Kolinski are serving up the very best in award winning Northern Italian cuisine.
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