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  1. Wright & Company is a new downtown dining gem

    Wright & Company may surprise some people, but it won't disappoint. It lives up to or perhaps even exceeds the expectations with its quality and style.

  2. Unpretentious Rose's Fine Food offers diner fare with unique flair

    Lucy Carnaghi and Molly Mitchell quietly opened the doors of their 30-seat diner, Rose's Fine Food barely two weeks ago, and immediately the swivel stools at the counter and the tables topped with reclaimed wood began filling up.

  3. Pristine Quan Nem Ngon is a Vietnamese delight

    Quan Nem Ngon Vietnamese Bistro offers more than many of its neighbors along Dequindre Road in Madison Heights, a well-designed setting and meticulously prepared fare.

  4. Atwater in the Park turns a church into a tasty biergarten

    One thing isn't in doubt about Atwater in the Park: People simply love to hang out at the new microbrewery in the repurposed church, judging from the crowds.

  5. Diamond Jim Brady's Bistro remains a jewel at 60

    Little did Jim Brady know what a legacy he would be leaving, nor how food would change and not change over the years, with contemporary dishes and original favorites.

The Detroit News Food Critic

Molly Abraham is a native Detroiter who always loved writing and journalism and majored in English but never thought she would be writing about restaurants. However, as things so often work out, after writing features for a while for The Detroit News, she became the restaurant critic. This is her second stint with The News.

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