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June 25, 1982 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34 Friday, June 25, 1982

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CEDARS

Chef's Specials

Vgg,

Served Mon. thru Sat. Nights -°:3-1`-

NEW YORK STEAK

95

ON A SIZZLING PLATTER $

or

RED SNAPPER

DINNER INCLUDES: SOUP, SALAD,
VEGETABLE OR POTATO
40 OTHER DINNER ENTREES ALSO AVAILABLE

PLUS SANDWICH MENU
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & DANCING MON.-SAT.
BANQUET FACIUTIES FOR ALL PARTIES
Up To 120

353-5110

23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.

The. New

Your Hosts: ! tin'
' Jack Baiter
and

AI Winkler

pICELZ

:Any.

12 MILE & EVERGREEN, Southfield
IN THE EVERGREEN PLAZA

DINNER 'SPECIALS

JUNE 25 THRU JULY 1
STUFFED CABBAGE
LIVER & ONIONS
FILET OF SOLE Almondine

95
$5 25
$5.50

$4

INCLUDES: SALAD, POT., VEG.
AND BREAD BASKET

TRAY CATERING FOR ALL
SUMMER PARTY NEEDS

CALL THE TRAY CATERING
SPECIALISTS ... PICKLE BARREL

Mon. 11-3, Tues. thru Thurs. 11-9
Fri. 11-10, Sat. 10-10, Sun. 10-9

(Continued from Page 33)
unwild herb rice . . . Des-
sert: Bisque cannel.
For lion, add $3.
Also available is every-
thing on the table
supplied by them being
edible, according to Dick
Blakeney ... from
candlesticks and coffee
cups to plates to salad
bowl to whatever.
Broadway Specialties is
one of the most interesting
gourmet carry-out concepts
to come along in a long time.
SURPRISED GUESTS
at the Northfield Hilton in
Troy recently witnessed a
five-foot robot while its gen-
eral manager, Arthur Gim-
son, stood by.
The robot acted as host,
greeted 150 guests, chatted'
with them and directed
them to their banquet room.
If Gimson is concerned
about his job he might also
consider that directly across
the street from Northfield
Hilton on Crooks Road
there will soon be the head-
quarters of GM Fanuc Robo-
tics Corp., which will design
robotic mechanisms.
Gimson arranged for the
robot, named Denby, to
greet the soon-to-be
neighbors and additionally
provided miniature robot-
shaped chocolates to be
served with coffee . . .
Denby is a third-generation
advanced robot who 'lives"
in Jackson at the home of
World of Robots Corp.
NOUVEAUTE, featur-
ing lead vocalists Kathy
Lamb and Wendy Rogel,
opens this Tuesday at Yes-
terdays in Sheraton-
Southfield on W. Nine Mile
Rd. . . . They'll appear
through July 17.
GONE ARE THE days
when Jewish food meant
only gefilte fish, pot roast
and potato pancakes . . .
Worldwide interest and

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Plan Your Next Affair At

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• Bar Mitzvas • Bat Mitzvas • Sweet 16's
• Banquets • Showers • Parties For All Occasions

Excellent Facilities Available For
Wedding Ceremony and Receptions
Plus A 160-Room Hotel For Your Guests

LUNCHEONS MON. THRU SAT. FROM 11 a.m.
DINNER MON. THRU SAT. FROM 5 p.m. SUN. 1 to 10 p.m.

Call

644-1400

LATE NIGHT ALA CARTE MENU MON.-SAT., 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.

SUNDAY IS BRUNCH DAY

Served From 10 am. to 2 p.m.

One of Michigan's Most Elegant
Arrays of All-You-Can-Eat Delights,
Including 14 Hot Entrees

WOODWARD S. OF LONG LAKE RD.
Bloomfield Hills

BUDDY NIGHT

The Best of Everything)

$ 95

per person

Reservations Accepted

642-0100

-

demand for creativity
within Jewish dietary law
has led to the development
of a myriad of innovative
adaptations including
Chinese, Japanese and
Nouvelle cuisine . . . To
further develop these tech-
niques and to continue the
education process, the Sec-
ond International Confer-
ence and Competition on
Jewish Culinary Art has
been scheduled for Nov.
7-11 . . . at the Tel Aviv
Fair Grounds . . . under
auspices of the Circle de
Chefs of Israel.
National and local teams,
hotel chains, restaurants,
airline and cruise line food
services, catering services,
institutional services and
interested individuals will
compete in such categories
as gallentines, fish/
poultry/vegetarian meals,
traditional Jewish, pastry,
etc. . . . A junior competi-
tion (up to the age of 21) will
also take place . . . Semi-
nar topics include "Kosher
Alternatives to non-Kosher
Foods," "Catering for the
Jewish Customer," "Chefs'
Demonstrations" and "The
Foundation of Kashrut in
Judaism."
PUMPERNIKS on Or-
chard Lake Rd., corner of 10
Mile, isn't a deli but will
serve you a corned beef
sandwich or Reuben if de-
sired . . . It's fare, however,
is about evenly split be-
tween bar-b-q ribs and Mex-
ican dishes . . . with some
seafood thrown in.
The ribs are good . . .
meaty and tasty . . . chewy
on the bone . . . cooked to
order . . . and as the people
like . . . dry or with sauce
basted on . . . The
homemade -desserts are
somewhat of a sensation
. . . including pies with
fresh fruits, nuts, cream and
candies, apple streudel,
strawberry shortcake, etc.
EATON PLACE opened
at Wonderland Center,
Plymouth and Middlebelt,
with two of the anticipated
21 specialty food booths that
will surround a common
dining area . . . Hours are
10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
The formal grand opening
is slated for July 8, during
the annual Wonderland
Sidewalk Sale.
- Also, by late July, Eaton
Place is expected to feature
an arcade with kiddie rides,
a puppet theater, electronic
games and a CTC ticket out-
let.
Eaton Place, 25,000
square feet, is designed for
full exposure of the indi-
vidual food services with
each frontage tied together
architecturally to give an
overall, unified theme . . .
The center shows an open
ceiling, complete with sky
lights, ceiling fans and flags
. . . It is highlighted by a
12-foot diameter gazebo
where entertainment will
be presented regularly.
The exterior of Eaton
Place has a natural wood
veneer and features an
enclosed sidewalk cafe fac-
(Continued on Page 35)

AT

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NORTHWESTERN & MIDDLEBELT

855-4600

1 /2 OFF ALL DRINKS TUES. & THURS.

9 TO CLOSING — AT BAR ONLY

Special Prices Also At Our
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Casual Elegance & House Specialties Including Fresh Fish

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NOW APPEARING

KENNY STONE TRIO

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CABARET MUSICAL

IN THE DOWNSTAIRS GREASEPIT

FRI. & SAT.

$6

per person

For Reservations:

399-1040

DOUG'S
NOW OPEN MONDAYS
FOR LUNCH
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

DRINKS
1 /2 OFF

Mon. Only

"F-r- CHICKEN

ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT

1 DAYS A
W EEK

$3 95

5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

SOUP & SALAD BAR

2 Soups — Over 38 Great Items!

$395 Lunch

$550 Dinner

SUNDAY BRUNCH SPECIAL
ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Children
Under 12

$295

Adults

$795

All Natural Gourmet Hot and Cold Buffet

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29221 NORTHWESTERN HWY • N. of 12 Mile Rd. • SOUTHFIELD
TELEPHONE: (313) 353-7766

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