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May 13, 1983 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-13

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32 Friday, May 13, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Best of Everything)

RESTAURA NT

27777 FRANKLIN RD.

353-8144

AMERICAN MOTORS BLDG. — ONE BLOCK WEST OF
TELEGRAPH RD. AND NORTH OF 11 MILE RD.

SUNDAY BRUNCH

11 a.m. til 3 p.m.
$795 adults 45 °children
LUNCH

under 12

Mon.-Sat: 11:30-3 p.m.

DINNER

t4iReg.) Tues.-Sat. 5:30-9:30

PRIVATE
BANQUET FACILITIES

(Continued from Page 31)
JOEL-NASH, local vir-
tuoso of the piano some
years back, had a pleasant
surprise when Cliff and Iris
Feldman visited him and
wife Elaine . . . Joel is play-
ing at the Le Mlle Fleur
gourmet French restaurant
in Rancho Sante Fe, Calif.
. . . and had dinner with
them at his and Elaine's
home . . . Naturally, Joel
made his delicious Caesar
salad.
ANNUAL
MUSI-
CIAN'S BALL by Detroit
Federation of Musicians .. .
May 23 . . . is at Roma's of
Livonia on 1-96 between In-
kster and Middlebelt.
Five top-notch groups

ANOTHER RESTAU-
RANT owner goes back to
the kitchen because of the
ineptness of so many cooks
. . . who for some unknown
reason today, are coming for
jobs with only one ability
. . . ruining a restaurateur's
business.

BANQUETS

Gourmet dining for your conference of ten . . or your wedding
reception (Or 500! Bridal Showers: Bowling Ban
quets. Bar Mitz-
vahs and every other important occasion.

WitignItg Jinn

Woodward at
Long Lake Road
Bloomfield Hills

l'oted best Hotel Dining
Room by Monthly Detroit
Magazine. Our facilities
are unsurpassed!

644-1400

NOW APPEARING AT

STAGE

Ce.

ON THE BOARDWALK

6873 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD, South of 15 Mile Road

855-6622

FULL SERVICE BAR

Featuring

GAZPACHO BLOODY MARYS

Also

NEW YORK'S FAMOUS DR. BROWN'S

• Cream Soda
• Black Cherry

• Diet Cream Soda
• Diet Black Cherry
• Cel-Ray

Hours: Tues.-Thurs. 10 a.m. to 11 p.rn.
Fri. 10 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Sat. 9 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Sun. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.

from Local No. 5, A.F. of M.,
will be featured . . . Jimmy
Wilkins Orchestra with
songstress Audrey
Branham, The Down-River
Band, Eddie Santini Ork,
New McKinney's Cotton
Pickers led by Ted Mer-
riweather, and Chet Bo-
gan's Wolverine Jazz Band
with Dixie Bell on vocals.
Tickets ($20) include buf-
fet dinner and open bar .. .
available at the Detroit
Federation of Musicians,
20833 Southfield Rd. . . .
569-5400 . . . ($25 at the
door).
FINE GROUP formerly
in the closed Vineyard's
Annex, Justin Paul & Tril-
ogy, is now at Anthony's of
Sheraton Oaks Hotel in
Novi . . . Wednesday
through Saturday til June
12.

This time it's Pete Vas-
iliou doing the long hours
seven days a week . . . at his
Alexander's on Nine Mile
east of Coolidge in Oak Park
. . . Could it be that dis-
hwashers are beginning to
envision themselves as
cooks?

EVERYONE WHO
ATTENDED the opening

of Dimitri's of Southfield,
Southfield and 10 Mile,
thought they'd never again
see anything like it.
About 2,000 attended the
opening . . . and just about
that many were at the first
birthday . . . which had an
extra special wonderful in-
centive . . . the entire door
receipts ($3 per person) and
part of the bar . . . was given
to Oakland County Special
Olympics.
People seeing friends
they hadn't seen in years
. . . Food and food and
food . . . Joe Falls, Detroit
News sports columnist,
best public relations man
of Special Olympics .. .
Southfield Mayor Don
Fracassi putting "Celeb-
rate! 25th Anniversary"
stickers on people's
lapels . . . Caterer Mark
Stein still without the
mustache he 'promised to
grow back . . . Jack
McCarthy of WXYZ-TV
and wife Carole, a beauti-
ful couple.
Al Ackerman of WDIV-
TV sports and d.j. Marc
Avery finding a place to eat
. . . in Dimitri's office . . .
People parking three blocks
away . . . valet parking not
taking anymore . . . Mike
Fayne talking about every-
thing but travel . . . Joan
Fraut getting raves on her
pies at The Pie Place in
Tally Hall . . . Like father
like son . . . Dimitri Syros
and very polite son Nick
with white jackets . . . as
Dimitri's proud wife,
Naomi, looks on.

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• • DINNER SPECIALS o •

• • 7 NIGHTS A WEEK ►
► • •
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St,A Mgt

TI.•• ■•■•

3815 N. Woodward, Royal Oak, Mich.
(Between 13 and 14 Mile ) Li9-4002

BOOS'S BODY SHOP

WOODWARD bet. 8 & 9 MILE • Valet Parking • 399
77 -10 40 1

ENTERTAINMENT WED. THRU SAT.
ORTHEIA BARNES
MILDRED SCOTT
DAVID BALL

AND THE P'ZAZZ
FRI. & SAT.
MORE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
WED. & THURS.
ALL DOWNSTAIRS IN THE GREASEPIT THEATER
WED. IS
LADIES NIGHT
FREE
ADMISSION

REDUCED PRICES
ON DRINKS

4-ie,?{(ir

19460 W. 10 MILE RD.

(1 Bik. E. of Evergreen)

352-7466

OFFERS YOU
DIFFERENT DINNER SPECIALS

EVERY EVENING

7 DAYS A WEEK
We Feature:
• Low Prices
• High Quality
• A-1 Cleanliness
• Gracious Dining
• Excellent Service

YES, THERE IS
A DIFFERENCE .. .
AND IT IS AT
THE GALLERY
RESTAURANT

• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner

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