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    by Bob_Shan Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Asian, Chinese, Sushi.

    Crain's Monthly Detroit - "Restaurant of the Year"

    Metro Times - "Best Chinese"

    Zagut Survey - "Americas Top Restaurants"

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    by Bob_Shan Written Apr 29, 2007

    A mid-high end steakhouse chain, nice environment, however food tastes average.

    Favorite Dish: Steak is good, rib is not like those typical American ribs with racks, but boneless pork cooked as a beef steak. Depends on your taste, I prefer rib racks.

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Auburn Hills Shopping

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    by Bob_Shan Updated Apr 4, 2011

    A big outlet mall, all good brands, cheap !!

    Monday - Saturday, 10am - 9pm
    Sunday, 11am - 7pm
    Hours are subject to change.
    *Closed on Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving and Christmas

    What to pay: Save 25-65% off suggested retail prices every day!

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    by Bob_Shan Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Regal, singular, gracious and resplendent with style, the peacock feather represents Somerset Collection. With more than 180 stores - from Gucci to Gap, Cartier to Crate & Barrel, and four prominent department stores - Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Marshall Field's - Somerset Collection is a shopping destination unlike any other. After a day of shopping, relax at any of Somerset's full-service restaurants including P.F. Chang's China Bistro, Bon Vie, Brio Tuscan Grille, J. Alexander's, McCormick & Schmick's, and The Capital Grille, or the casual Peacock Cafes.

    In addition to world-class shopping, visitors also enjoy Somerset's elegant character with its marble flooring, birds eye maple columns, soaring atriums and end-to-end skylights. Museum quality artwork is featured throughout the center, some of which is interactive for children and adults alike.

    With a host of conveniences such as valet parking and an impressive, 700 foot-long moving skywalk connecting Somerset North to Somerset South, Somerset Collection is the destination for power walkers, people watchers and power shoppers... like you.

    Somerset Collection Hours:
    Monday through Friday 10:00am to 9:00pm
    Saturday (North) 10:00am to 9:00pm
    Saturday (South) 10:00 to 7:00pm
    Sunday 12:00pm to 6:00pm

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    by Bob_Shan Written Apr 14, 2007

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    If you are a Chinese and has to stay in this area for a while, you may want to check this one out to get some food.
    They have a good selection of cookies, condiments, frozen food and some Taiwan special flavors.

    Mon-Thur, Sun: 9:30-9pm
    Fri: 9:30-10pm, Sat. 9-9pm

    What to pay: Cash is preferred, also Debit card, VISA, Master, AMEX is not accepted here

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Auburn Hills Sports & Outdoors

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    by sarahandgareth Written Oct 2, 2008

    During my Auburn Hills stay, I wanted to find a place to run outside. The Clinton River Trail was an absolutely perfect option for doing just that!

    A multi-purpose trail converted from an old railroad line, the Clinton River Trail connects five towns in the Auburn Hills/Rochester area. The path was well maintained and incredibly easy to follow. There maps posted at the majority of the road intersections as well as mile markers and signs pointing out points of interest. I will definitely return if I find myself back in the area in the future.

    Equipment: It depends what you want to use the trail for. All I needed was my running shoes, but the trails is available for any non-motorized sports like biking or cross country skiing.

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