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May 06, 1983 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-06

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Baseball Opens in Southfield
1 .........w
Baseball will be played 10 Roads, Park 1.

I

a.m. Sunday and every
Sunday (weather permit-
ting) at Cranbrook Field,
12 1/2 Mile and Southfield

There is no charge. For
details, call Howard Maloff,
967-3978, after 3:30 p.m.
All are invited.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 38 ) nine-inch round, deep
FORMER ANGIE'S o n cream pies weigh 41/2 to five.,
Northwestern Hwy. near 1 4 pounds each . . . except
I. • 01V •
Mile is now called' Mr. Laff s chocolate mousse pie which
-A N
. . . owned by John Laffre y is 2 1/2 to three pounds
and Paul Senelli . . . N o (standing about six' inches
INSIDE LIVE HUNGARIAN FOOD COCKTAILS
competition for Mark Rid - high) because it's made the
1001 SPRINGWELLS JUST OFF 1-75
ley's Comedy Castle at Joh n correct way . . . light and
AND OUT
843-5611
Laffrey's (former Maxim i- airy.
DAVID GANUS IS BACK
FORMERLY HUNGARIAN VILLAGE ■
lian's on Woodward) . . . Th e
The demand has been so
nightclub only, no food, ha s great among restaurateurs
about 10 large TV screen • who have tasted The Pie
and a large movie screen . . • Place's yummies, that it
The name has nothing to d o now has alsc gone wholesale
with comedy . . . strictly a . . . Chances are very good
takeoff on John's last name • that soon you'll be ordering
29556 ORCHARD LAKE RD., Just N. of 13 Mile
851-5444
RECENT ISRAEL I pastry at a fine restaurant
fashion show produced b y . . . and eating the lucious
Leah Marks at the Jewis h stuff of Joan Fraut, daugh-
Community Center in Wes t ter manager Cindy Bosker
Bloomfield was attended b y and Patti Chupurby, assis-
more than 400 people . . • tant manager.
Fashions were by loca 1
The Pie Place is one spot
shops and from Israel (ba
Wed.-Fri. 5:30 to 9
Sat. til 10
thing suits, knits, leathe r you won't want to miss
while at Tally Hall . . . Its
and suede) . . . 14 model
Examples Of Our Gourmet Dinners
finger-licking
goodness pies
and two dancers donate d
their services . . . Almos t are sold whole or by the
SOLE FLORENTINE BEEF WELLINGTON
piece.
everyone did on this occa
Delicate sole fillet' Filet Mignon braised
RON CODEN SHOW is
sion, with proceeds benefit
wrapped around a de- and topped with liver
at Mountain Jack's on
ing
Association
for
the
Wel
lighful spinach Floren- pate in a pastry
Rochester Rd. in Troy
fare of Soldiers In Israel.
tine; served with sauce shell; served with
Shoshona, excellent Is- through July 2 . . .
yin blanc.
Bordelaise sauce.
raeli and international Wednesday-Saturday.
HOLIDAY INN of
$695
$895
singing star, took leave
from her appearance at the Southfield Holidome under
Astor Club in Washington, construction on Telegraph
ALL GOURMET DINNERS INCLUDE: CHOICE OF SOUP DU JOUR,
may be ready by June.
SALAD, VEGETABLE AND POTATO OR RICE PILAF.
D.C. to come for this eve-
THE VERY wonderful
ning
.
.
.
Astor
is
an
interna-
• Reservations Accepted
• Regular Menu Also Available
tional club . . . and Four Freshmen . . . in Book
Shoshona fits perfectly .. . Cadillac Hotel's Motor Bar,
ends its highly successful
singing in 10 languages.
WE
Co-chairpersons of the one-week stay tomorrow
night.
SERVE RIAL iro SAVE
event were Yaffa Shevach
CITY-WIDE
Talent
and
Mira
Eisenberg.
THE
YOU
Show
by
Rey-Ut
Unit
Bnai
Bonnie Suder was
Brith, 8 p.m. May 14 at Sea-
BESTS
DOLLARS! Leah's choreographer ... holm
High School on W.
and Harriet Fuller her
OPEN
fashion coordinator .. . Lincoln in Birmingham,
1 DAYS!
Mason Himelhoch ca- has been narrowed down to
tered the buffet dinner 20 finalists . . . Sede Fier-
man, president, says, "They
Elana Karp did the
Just S. of 9 Mile
(Continued on Page 40)
makeup
and
Joseph,
Ferndale
both of Heidi's, the hair
styling ... Flora was by
TG's Flowers ... Many of
the models wore porce-
lain jewelry handmade
MEALS
by Ruth Gill.
AT ANY HOUR!
It was a fast-moving,
musical production type
fashion show . . . never a
REG. MEAL 9-COURSE MEAL
dull moment as oohs and
'FRESH BROILED WHITE FISH
$4.25
$4.95
ahs filtered through the
STUFFED FLOUNDER
$4.50
$5.50
crowd with each presenta-
tion.
FRESH BROILED PICKEREL
$5.25
$6.25
Chuck Bennet, Detroit
FRIED JUMBO SHRIMP
$5.25
$6.25
News fashion writer was
FISH & CHIPS .
$3.25
$4.50
commentator, and Bill
BAKED MEAT LOAF (6..-rws.)
$3.75
$4.75
Meyer's band furnished
dance music . . . The fashion
CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE (w. nom)
$3.95
$4.85
show was to rock, disco and
10 OZ. PRIME N.Y. SIRLOIN STEAK
$6.95
$7.95
mood music via background
1/2 BAR-B-Q FRESH CHICKEN
$3.50
$4.75
tape.
1/2 FRIED FRESH CHICKEN"
$3.75
$4.85
The show ended with
everyone singing Hatikva.
ROAST FRESH TURKEY yr/dressing
$3.95
$4.95
UNTIL PROPER
BAR-B-Q RIBS
$5.85
$6.95
equipment is received, Al
BABY BEEF LIVER WOMISS Or bacon
$3.95
$4.95
Balooly at Topinka's Coun-
VEAL CUTLETS
$3.95
try House, Telegraph and
$4.95
Seven Mile, has decided to
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF au jus
$5.25
$6.25
delay his Oyster Bar and
CHOPPED SIRLOIN w•ishme sna
$4.95
$3.95
Dessert Bar, originally
VEAL PARMESAN
$4.95
$3.95
scheduled for May 9, until a
BAKED LASAGNA
later date . . . Topinka's con-
$3.95
$4.95
tinues
with its plans for the
RAVIOLI wing gbalis
$3.25
$4.25
over 100-item Sunday
MOUSAKA (baked egg plat)
$4.95
$4.25
Brunch starting May 15.
SPINACH PIE
$4.25
$5.95
IF YOU WANT TO taste
pies the likes of which you
REG. MEAL INCLUDES:
9-COURSE MEAL INCLUDES:
may never have had before,
CHOICE OF SALAD,
FRUIT CUP, JUICE OR SOUP, (MU Of SALAD,
try The Pie Place in Tally
POTATO, VEGETABLE, GREEK BREAD I STICKS,
POTATO OR VEGETABLE
Hall, Orchard Lake and 14
COFFEE OR TEA, CHOICE OF DESSERT
OR SPAGHETTI, GREEK BREAD
(Strawberry Cinema, Better Peas or Vaailla la
Mile . . . It has 20 kinds of
& STICKS
Crum, Rico Piriiiog or Jells)
pies . . . all absolutely de-
licious . . . and made right
• COCKTAILS • BEER • WINE
there on the spot . . . plus all
natural muffins . . . The

EW

Friday, May 6, 1983 39

The Village

GYPSY
MUSIC

tares eii

NOW BY POPULAR DEMAND

GOURMET DINING
WED. THRU SAT.

Or Dia
m yleieite4

22140 WOODWARD

OPEN MOTHER'S DAY

SERVING OUR REG. OR 9-COURSE

27777 FRANKLIN RD.

353-8144

AMERICAN MOTORS BLDG. - ONE BLOCK WEST OF

TELEGRAPH RD. AND NORTH 0E11 MILE RD

MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL

NO INCREASE IN PRICE FOR OUR

SUNDAY BRUNCH

GREAT

11 a.m. til 3 p.m.

Reservations Requested

Formerly Maximilians

IS NOW OPEN

Serving
Hearth-Broiled Steaks - Seafood - Chops

TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR ALL OCCASION _ S

MARK
RIDLEY'S

COMEDY CASTLE

FRI., MAY 6 THRU SUN., MAY 8
TOES., MAY 11
WED., MAY 11 THRU SUN., MAY 15

MIKE BINDER
NEW TALENT NIGHT
KIP ADOTTA

"Tonight Show" and Playboy Network's "Anything Goes"

4616 N. WOODWARD, -11/2 blks. S. of 14 Mile

Royal Oak

549-2323

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