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October 03, 1980 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, October 3, 1980

c RID CEDARS

Chef's Specials • . 6

Served Mon. Thru Sat. Nights

(Continued from Page 35)
of strolling Gino D'Alessio,
whose sound track of "The
Godfather" you may have
heard in that movie . . .
Gino was also in the wed-
ding scene . . . He is no
stranger to Hollywood,
playing and appearing in
other movies . . . like
"Three Coins In The Foun-
tain."
At the Benchmark, Gino
is a great favorite . . . his
quiet yet strong touch has
no limit . . . Nadine the song
and Gino will play it for you
or your table.
Gino played as Evelyn
brought our dinner . . .
spinach salad . . . stir-fried
vegetables . . . and Mignon
of Veal Aux Morilles (veal
sauteed in butter and top-
ped with a creamy sauce of
Morel mushrooms.)
Jean Markowitz in our
party couldn't eat all her
sauteed shrimp . . . They
were placed in a so-called
"doggie" package . . .
wrapped up in not just
plain tin foil . . . but
shaped like the ice carv-
ing of a swan . . . a true
elegant touch.
The flaming dessert pre-
pared by Mark was his own
togetherness . . . Ice cream
topped with strawberries
and bananas . . . flambe'd
in brown sugar, cinammon,
Creme of Banana, Rum,
Creme De Noyaux, and
Grand Marnier . . . then
more ice cream . . . and
topped with a dash of whip-
ped cream.
Ramy and his Benchmark
kitchen staff make their
own pastries, sauces and
breads . . . Some of the rolls
are from Martin Weiss at
Modern Bakery.
The Benchmark decor has
few equals . . . with its soft
brown tones and beautiful
scenery . . . overlooking
Michigan Inn's outdoor

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NEW YORK STEAK

ON A SIZZLING PLATTER

Or

BROILED FLORIDA $6 95

RED SNAPPER

COMPLETE DINNER INCLUDES! SOUP, SALVO
VEGETABLE OR POTATO
40 OTIIER ENTREE ITEMS ALSO AVAILABLE

Live Entertainment & Dancing
Monday Thru Saturdgy
2 3055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.

,

353-5110

SUNSET SPECIAL

REALLY GET YOUR NET'S WORTH
With These Sunset Special Prices.

$5.25 Boston Schrod Florentine.
$6.75 Express-fresh Daily Catch.
Dinner includes Chowder, Hot Bread,
Salad, Vegetable.
Sunset Special hours Mon-Sat 4:30-6, Sun 4-6

Chtck Muer's

Diagets

Fine Seafood in the Chuck Muer tradition
Grand River at 1-96 • Farmington Hills • 478-3800
American Express Honored

AND

THE ONLY

EAT AT THE NEW

OF LIVONIA

r----DON'T MISS THESE BARGAIN PRICES!!

r

COUPON

TWO WHOLE SLABS
I
I LITTLE BABY BACK RIBS
FOR TWO
NOW ONLY
I Reg. ;15.50

I

PNCTLAUTDOEESS, TOSSED SALAD $ 1 0 9
I POTATOES,
OR COLE SLAW

5 I

UMIT 4 PER COUPON
EXPIRES 10-31-80

COUPON

TWO LB. WHOLE SLAB
SPARE RIB DINNER
FOR TWO
JUST
INCLUDES:
POTATOES, GARLIC TOAST,
$895 I
TOSSED SALAD OR

COLE SLAW

UMIT 6 PER PERSON
EXPIRES 10-31-80

1

NEW SPECIAL RECIPE WE GUARANTEE IT!

70 SEATING CAPACITY
AND CARRY-OUT SERVICE

SUN.-WED. 4 p.m.-10 p.m. • THURS. 4 p.m. to Midnight
FRI. & SAT. 4 p.m. to 1 a.m.

33480 SEVEN MILE AT FARMINGTON RD. • LIVONIA

IN 7 MILE-FARMINGTON CENTER NORTHWEST CORNER

418-8555

BAKED
HADDOCK

Now Appearing

The Best of Everything)

SPECIAL SANDWICH ME U

STEAK
HOAGIE

patio.
Executive chef Ramy
Berdy loves his work so
much that he is there
from early morning until
8:30 every evening . . .
"It's almost like having a
license to play," says
Ramy.
The Benchmark is seeing
an almost complete turnab-
out . . . except for the not
inexpensive a la carte
prices.
When was theTagt -time
you went there for lunch or
dinner and had free valet
parking? . . . The snob ap-
peal has gone . . . and in its
stead are smiles . . . polite-
ness with concern . . . ev-
erything necessary for the
utmost enhancement of
gracious dining.
Yes, there is a change at
Michigan Inn's Benchmark
Restaurant . . . so very
much for the better.
AFTER 29 YEARS,
Julius Pollack will retire as
head of Vienna Wholesale
Products . . . It will be
taken over in November by
Marty Cook and Hy Roths-
tein . . . Marty is Julius'
sales manager and Hy his
office manager.
THE FENBY-CARR
Orchestra is still as great as
ever . . . Gene Fenby, piano
and trombone; Milt Ap-
tekar, trumpet and
clavietta; Mauri Lax, sax,
clarinet, flute, violin and
clavietta; Dave Jones, bass;
and Joe Chila, drums . . .
Dave took the place of Art
Wilson, who retired six
years ago after 38 years on
the bass, and passed away a
month ago.
Mauri, Gene, Milt and
Art were together in the De-
troit Schoolmen's Chorus 40
years ago when all started
teaching in the Detroit Pub-
lic School system . . . Gene
was its accompanist . . .
Belinda Blanchard, Gene's
wife, is also a school de-
partment head, and has
sung with the band 15
years.
The group is easily one of
the top musical aggrega-
tions for many miles around
. . . Their ability to play
every type of rhythm with
delightful grace is a pleas-
urable asset that many
people enjoy . . . Their
musical talents are un-
limited.
KING LIM'S moved its
Oriental restaurant into the
new Lincoln Center locale
. . . after about 10 years on
W. Nine Mile in Oak Park
. . . and finally had its
grand opening following
four months dedicated to
cleaning the former Big
Boy.
The transformation is a
major one . . . absolutely
no recognition whatsoever
to the former eatery . . .
with natural hanging
plants, airy and spacious,
walls with mirrors and
beautiful scenery, elegant
chandeliers, etc.
"This is the last time I'll
be having a drink here,"
said Oak Park Public Safety
Director Glen Leonard as he
drank his chablis at the
(Continued on Page 37)

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Nancy Gurwin '

in

Friday & Saturday

Group Rates Available

869-3988

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Irving Berlin's

P irformances

ANNIE GU

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17630 Woodward

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A NANCY GURWIN PRODUCTION

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In Southfield

"ONLY ONE PLACE TO GO"

Anonymous Gourmet,
Detroit Free Press

• Our European master chef, Jan
Emous, invites you to enjoy one
of his creations.
• Soups, salads, omelettes, sandwiches.
• Create your own salad or omelette.
• I maginative gourmet dinner
specials.
• Expresso coffees, original teas.
• Cocktails, wine, coffee liqueurs.
• Frozen yogurt, French pastry,
fresh fruit desserts.

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IN APPLEGATE SQUARE
Northwestern at 12 1/2 Mile
352-0710
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DINNER
SPECIALS

MON.-SAT. 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.
A. STUFFED PEPPER • STUFFED CABBAGE t
Cup ! Including:
V • STUFFED KISHKE • CORNED BEEF & EGGS
.P3"Bread & Butter
.• SALAMI OR BALOGNA & EGGS

• •


ROAST CHICKEN

1 /2

Springer With Stuffing

$425

PICKLED "ROUT

Original Esquire's Famous

$A25

per pers.



W per person

Incl. Cup of Soup, Bread & Butter

Ind. Cup of Soup & Veg.

CHICKEN LIVERS with Fried Onions

Includes: Cup of Soup,
Cooked Veg., Bread & Butter

$A25
—w per pers.

4

HARRY WEISS'



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11:30 a.na.-2:30 a.m.

Is COOKING UP SOMETHING SPECIAL
FOR THE MONTH OF SEPT.
SPECIAL DINNERS FOR TWO

VON. THRU THURS. 4 p.m. to 11 p.m., FRI. & SAT. 4 p.m. to 1 p.m.

couple
$ 1 6 per

Includes:
Antipasto &
1 /2 Liter of
House Wine

BANQUET & PARTY FACILITIES AVAILABLE
DAILY VEAL LUNCH SPECIALS
SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNTS FOR LUNCH & DINNER

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