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Blue Nile

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545 W. Nine Mile Rd., Ferndale; 248-547-6699

221 E. Washington St., Ann Arbor; 734-998-4746; bluenilemi.com

The Blue Nile is a great place to explore traditional Ethiopian dining. This includes eating with your hands (although American utensils are available on request), sharing the injera, a tangy flat bread used to scoop up morsels of food. The menu includes a wide range of vegetarian dishes, as well as some meat options. Spicy Ethiopian teas are available, as well as a full bar.

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