THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
The Best of Everything
THERE ARE STILL just north of 10 Mile.
people who think it is a
So many have looked for
private club . . . but take it the entrance in front . . . and
from many who know are discovering that it is in
otherwise . . . the Stephen- the rear by the large park-
son Club on North Chrysler ing area.
Drive and 10 Mile Rd. is
Happily so, too, because
anything but that.
this is truly one of the most
This is a truly beautiful beautiful restaurants in the
nitery-restaurant . . . with northwest area . . . and with
an inside that looks like a a lot of things going for it .. .
glamorous setting within a Six-fold goodness . . . food,
medieval castle . . . There's service, price, atmosphere,
much beauty in the browns cleanliness and friendli-
1 . reds, iron chandeliers,
:ck leather booths with
It's easy to see why Di-
intimate privacy, brick mitri's of Southfield can't
walls, black leather padded help but become a winning
chairs, etc. among a operation . . . Folks don't
lavishly elegant yet mind going downstairs to
graciously simple decor.
the London Chop House
Stephenson Club seats downtown because they
230 people and has oodles of know what's there . . . Same
more room for banquets in with Dimitri's of Southfield
private facilities . . . A bar, . . . That, my friends, is
dance floor, lounge, table really the bottom line.
and booths are in one room
LOVING CUP with
. . . and a large dining room Marlene Hill will open the
with class appointments oc- Sheraton-Oaks Hotel oppo-
cupy another area.
site 12-Oaks Mall on Grand
About 30 years ago, it River in Novi . . . for one
was originally known as week starting June 1.
Stephenson Tavern .
then moved twice and re- has another kosher restau-
built both times because rant setup . . . (Jewish
of 1-75 expressway and Community Center's is a
then the 1-696 ex- cafeteria) . . . Only one day a
pressway ... Each time a week to begin . . . Wednes-
new face but not destroy- day evenings 4:30 to 9 p.m.
ing the look of class ele-
. at Suburban Kosher
gance ... The present Catering, Cong. Beth Ab-
building, built in 1975, raham Hillel Moses, 5075
has been owned the past W. Maple, West Bloomfield.
seven years by John and
Brings back memories of
Chris Vardouniotis years back when the late
(brothers) and Nick Bill Kozin opened his
Kopanakis ... Manager kosher restaurant on Seven
is Ed Farhat.
Mile Rd. and Evergreen .. .
Had lunch there recently Virginia Kozin (626-0242)
for the first time and was continues Bill's dream for a
very pleasantly surprised kosher restaurant in this
. Our waitress, Ann region . . . Others have tried
Marie Romano, is a person- but without success because
ality gal who smiles and of varied number of reasons
gives you very efficient . . . Many are hoping Vir
service . . . It was a good ginia fulfills a lot of wants
lunch . . . and a chance to . . . and she will if barriers
meet owners who are the aren't placed in front of her
kind that make for success as they were -with Bill.
. . . not being afraid to put
THINGS I'D LIKE to see
on aprons and washing dis- and hear . . . Some musical
hes if necessary.
groups around town getting
. The Greek salad was very smart and playing music
tasty . . . tomato bisque soup that relates to the type or
a delicious blend . . . and the age of customers in the
filet mignon a good piece of places they are engaged .. .
meat cooked medium rare to Ricky Dee (Drapkin), book-
ing agent with Lorio-Ross,
The evening entertain- called up to the mike in a
ment is top quality . . . To- nitery and singing a song
night and tomorrow night I've never heard him do be-
are the last two evenings to fore.
see wonderful songster im-
pressionist Paul Locrichio ARD NUDELL, son of
and his show.
Dorothy and Hy Nudell, has
Following Paul this been retained by city of
Tuesday will be the Billy Berkley to masterplan a
commercial streetscape im-
c.ephenson Club was not provement program.
a pleasant surprise .. .
but certainly an afternoon India restaurant called The
very well spent.
Peacock, has opened at 4045
all Maple, three blocks south of
natural Belgian waffles? .. . Michigan and a block west
Healthy Jones on North- of Schaefer in Dearborn .. .
western Hwy. now has five Name isn't so strange . .
different kinds . . . and since a peacock is the na-
they're delicious . . . I have tional bird of India.
three favorites . . . with pe-
NEW RINA'S of South-
cans, butter and maple field cany-out on Lahser is
syrup . . . with mixed fruit owned by same folks who
and nuts . . . and with frozen have the popular Rina's of
yogurt and fruit.
Detroit Italian restaurant
PEOPLE ARE slowly on Schaefer.
but surely finding out how
DAVE WILBORN was
to get into Dimitri's of 78 when he recently passed
Southfield on Southfield
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