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March 30, 1984 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-30

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46 - Friday, March, 30, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Continued from Page 45

PRIME RIB or
NEW ZEALAND
WHITE FISH (Orange

Roughy)

99c HAPPY HOUR

Dinner Includes: Soup or Salad,
Garlic Sticks, Rolls and Butter

4-6 P.M.
10 To Closing
Tuesday thru Friday

TUES.-FRI. 4-11 P.M.
SAT. 4-6:30 P.M.

Orchard Lake Road at West Maple

Banquet Facilities Available

626-1587

Stuart Rogoff at the piano Thurs.- Sat.

Dimitri's

Of Southfield
25080 Southfield Road at 10 Mile
569-0882
SERVING COMPLETE GREEK CUISINE

LUNCH and DINNER

• Cocktails

• American Dishes

HOURS: MON.-SAT. 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., SUN. 11 a.m. to 12 mid.
Kitchen open tiL.1,2 mid. Sun.-Thurs. til 1' a.m. Fri. & Sat.

COMPLETE
BANQUET FACILITIES
- FOR ALL AFFAIRS

SUNDAY 10 ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT
BRUNCH
a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

$7

95

Adults

$45 0 Children

Ic: Coffee,
lea or Bev.

under 10

OUTSIDE CATERING
AVAILABLE
FOR ALL OCCASIONS

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• BEEF & PEA POD

ORIENTAL RICE

STIR
FRIED VEGETABLES

SENSATIONAL SALAD BAR

. .. Everyone is hoping
business is sharper than the
scissors given to Don.
Little reason it shouldn't
be . . . with beautiful Old
World motif, fine selection
of restaurants (except one or
two) and wide expanse of
tables in the center area
food court surrounded by
the booths . . . Rikshaw, Lit-
tle Cafe, Roman Terrace
Pastabilities, AlSaha, Gar-
dens of The World, Kosch's
Deli of Allen Park and
Sterling Heights, The Big
Chill, (delicious gelato Ita-
lian ice cream), Soup's Up,
John Laffrey's Bitty Bur-
gers, Kluck Klucks (mari-
nated, roasted chicken) and
Mrs. Murphy's cookies . .
Soon to come will be Grafs
Patisserie . . . and a tavern
expected to be called Bill-
Air's (combination of
brothers Bill and Aaron
Gershenson).
SO MUCH FUN at Nic-
ky's, Top of Troy Bldg. in
evenings, as general man-
ager John Cetrone goes
from table to table with his
humorous tricks galore .. .
Next time there, don't let
John pass without him
doing one of those fun-
fillers.
While at Nicky's recently,
group called Radioactive
had been booked for three
weeks and lasted only one
. . . Too much noise and
non-cohesiveness as a unit
Fordmirly B..f & Bird
. . . With time and proper
training they have the abil-
ity to improve.
We had one of the best
Family Dining
waitresses in town .. .
Sheryl Balan . . . always
21411 SOUTHFIELD (N. of 11 Mile)
smiling, so very efficient,
559-1091
cordial and delightful.
LUNCH AT Franklin
BREAKFAST SPECIAL
Grille, downstairs in Vine-
7 a.m. to $ 4 v9
yards complex, Franklin
• N
11 a.m.
Road and Northwestern, is
• 2 Eggs (any style)
an experience ... So warm,
• 3 Strips of Bacon or
intimate and cozy ... Menu
3 Links of Sausage
• Potatoes, Toast & Jelly
made in house changes
IOPEll 7 DAYS -1 a.m. -1O p.m.11 daily, but the standards al-
ways remain . . . Mesquite-
broiled fresh fish, steaks,
LUNCH & DINNER
lamb chops, etc. . . .
SPECIALS
Downstairs wine list is al-
most exclusively California,
FROM $ 3■
which is taking its place
INCLUDES: SOUP, POT., VEG.
among the world's finest,
BREAD & BUTTER
c put together by Les
Kahrnoff, Vineyard's bev-
COUPON
erage manager and
I bossman of Marlowe's nit-
ery, former annex . . . The
Franklin Burger 'I had was
1
GLASS OF HOUSE WINE
I great . . . with bacon, cheese
1 WITH ALL COMPLETE DINNERS I and mushrooms . . . amid
such pleasant surroundings
FROM 4 p.m.
. . . Mirrors all around,
I
checkered tablecloths, off-
I 7 DAYS A WEEK
ceiling lighting bouncing
I AND THIS COUPON
against stucco, etc. .. .
Franklin Grille seats 80,
I Good Thru April 31, 1984 I managed by Shirley Rahje
and Tom Constand . . . open
seven days for lunch and
dinner . . . Bob Carmichael
is Vineyard's general man-
ager . . . and Jim Constand ,
its food service manager.
Nice to know that a local
I
PINE LAKE MALL
fashion show producer and
coordinator is doing much to
I 4343 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
promote Michigan de-
I BET. LONG LAKE & LONE PINE
signers as well as those of
851-5540
national note . . . This is
MON.-THURS. 11 to 10

Leah Marks, whose shows
FRI. & SAT. 11 to 11

now include Vineyards
!SUN & HOLIDAYS 12 noon to 101 every Friday noon . . . Con-
I we im se so we op el
stand's uystairs and

end of April . . . with a gala
Dimitri's-style grand open-
ing . . . The 160-seater will
be run by very capable
nephew Louis Bricolas.
Second anniversary of
Dimitri's of Southfield is
April 9, from 5 p.m. til 2
a.m.. . . $5 donation goes to
Special Olympics as it did
last year . . . with enough
food to feed Joe Falls and
well over a thousand more.
LESS THAN five years
ago, 22-year-old Detroiter
Richard Litwin started his
innovative discount service
called "Club Elite" . . . But
in six months he had to
choose between law school
and a business future . . . He
took the latter . . . Now 26,
Richard has expanded the
company into a corporation
with more than 2,500 par-
ticipating businesses and
70,000 club members in the
metro Detroit area.
PLAZA DELI
on
Northwestern and 12 Mile
has started a first ... It is
now serving omelettes.
MAYOR DON
FRACASSI of Southfield
usually cuts ribbons with
one swipe of the blades .. .
he's been doing it for 17
years . . . But it took two at
ribbon-cutting ceremony
opening The Restaurants on
Main Street by Ramco-
Gershenson in Tel-12 Mall

1 5

FREE

CHINA
GATE

Franklin Grille downstairs
. . . showing good-looking
merchandise of Your Re-
flection in Market Street on
Northwestern ... owned by
Barbara Hinson and Sharon
Young.

SUCH A DIFFERENT
look now . . . and so much for
the better . . . in bright,
beautiful elegance ... This
is two-room 175-seater
Bloomfield Canopy on Or-
chard Lake Road just south
of Maple . . . rioted for its pe-
tite frog legs, and also
where people are now rav-
ing about the veal dishes .. .
Contrary to so many rumors
(like an annual thing now)
it is still owned by Anna and
Frank Stratton . . . Stuart
Rogoff is at the piano
Thursday through Satur-
day ... Special now going
on is prime rib or orange
roughy fish, $12.95 for two.
PICKLE BARREL at
Market Street will be new
name of presently closed
Market Street Deli on
Northwestern ... It was a
new place, but a lot of
changes still made by own-
ers Jack Balter and Al
Winkler . . . Seating will be
for 80 instead of former 70
. and plans show a much
better style of operation.
Their locale number one
at Evergreen Plaza, 12 Mile
and Evergreen, will be
closed throughout Passover
. . . three weeks alloted for a
complete and astounding
changeover from the pre-
sent delicatessen-
restaurant.
PAST 10 YEARS,
Elizabeth's Hungarian Pas-
tries on Nine Mile in Oak
Park, has been only bakery
in Michigan making
Passover cakes and tortes
under supervision of Coun-
cil of Orthodox Rabbis .. .
Bosslady Elizabeth Mer-
melstein makes petit fours,
also, for the holidays.
ROMAN TERRACE
and McFrock's Saloon
raised $1613 for Muscular
Dystrophy during their re-
spective one-day anniver-
sary celebrations recently.
CHEFS DE CUISINE
gourmet carry-out shop
opens early April on The
Boardwalk, Orchard Lake
Rd. south of Maple ... It'll
have gourmet appetizers,
entrees, salads and desserts
. . . Also catering and
send-a-meal services.
Robert Goodfriend,
former night chef of La
Marmite downtown Detroit;
Patrick Vargo, head chef;
and Debbie Hamilton, sous
chef of Restamfant Doug-
lass; will do all the food
preparation on premises.
IT'S NOT CALLED
Opera House anymore . . .
on E. Warren between
Chalmers and Outer Drive
. . . New name is Robb's
Lakepointe Inn . . . just
about everything has
changed but the chefs . .
It's still owned by Norma
Robb, also chief chef .. .
with new manager Suzanne
Wernette, former major
songstress at Opera House
three years . . . Hear tell

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