Restaurant and candy store, opened 1911, closed 1967, at 109 S. Main St. in Ann Arbor. It was founded by Paul Preketes and his brother Charles Preketes.

When it closed, it was replaced by La Seine, a fancy French restaurant.

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When the Sugar Bowl opened in 1911, it featured homemade ice cream and handdipped chocolates made in the Preketes family apartment upstairs. After Michigan went "dry" in 1918, lunch counters and small restaurants like this, many owned by Greek immigrants, became a major feature downtown.