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April 27, 1984 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS



YOUR CHOICE OF ANY
"OLD TIME" DINNERS FOR TWO

Dinner Theatre at Botsford Inn

I DO! I DO!

but soon concentrated on
Other special guest will
doing a single act . . . with be Dr. Vincent De Vita, in-
himself at piano of Sakseys, ternationally recognized
Roman Terrace, Caucus cancer spokesman who will
Club, Bloomfield Canopy, be presented with MCF's
etc.
Meyer and Anna Prentis
He has a huge repertoire Award in recognition of his
of easy listening music from contributions to cancer re-
Cole Porter to George Ger- search.
shwin to Duke Ellingtort
Neil Shine, senior man-
and so many others .. . aging editor of the Detroit
doing songs of yesterday Free Press, will be master of
and today . . . contemporary ceremonies.
and standard . . . Plus piano
For more info about the
styling and vocalizing, Gary dinner, call Michigan
composes and arranges also Cancer Foundation, 833-
. . . He's at Pine Hills Tues- 0710.
days through Saturdays.
NO MORE pre-cut hash
IF YOU'RE A photog- browns at Sero's on North-
raphy bug, you'll enjoy talk- western . . . It now peels,
ing the lens ways with Gene boils and slices its own
Woo, owner with father Dan potatoes per order.
of Hoa Kow Inn on W. Nine
THIRD IN SERIES of
Mile, west of Coolidge .. . wine tasting sessions at
There's plenty of photog- Meating Place, Orchard
raphy magazines there, too. Lake Rd., will be this Mon-
Same time is a chance to day . . . featuring American
marvel at the variety of wines . . . Already past are
Oriental food now served at German and French tast-
Hoa Kow . . . It is probably ings.
one of the very few around
Tickets are $10, but
with such an array of dim there's more to this item .. .
sum (authentic Chinese ap- That tariff is to raise money
petizers) . . . and whatever for the U.S. Culinary Olym-
can be gotten elsewhere in pic team which will compete
the way of Cantonese, Szec- in Frankfort, Germany.
huan or Mandarin food is Come October . . . individu-.
obtainable at Hoa Kow.
als or groups who donate to
About the dim sum, it is the "Olympics" also get de:
not unnatural for some cals and pins, based on their
people to make entire meals contributions ranging from
on the delicious appetizers. under $25 to $500 . . . Over
All food at Hoa Kow is that. amount ($1,000,
cooked with oil . . . not lard $2,500, $5,000 and $10.,000)
. . . Even the almond bring plaques and possible
cookies, almost always trip for two to the Frankfort
made with lard, are baked event.
in Crisco.
This year, National Res-
Recent visit there, we had taurant Association and
five dim sum, Yung Chow American Culinary Federa,
Mein soup with everything tion join forces for first time
in it-including thin noodles, in raising funds sending
beef, etc. . . . lemon chicken, chefs to the Culinary Olym-
Singapore chop suey and pics.
the Mongolian beef for
Dan Hugelier, executive
which Hoa Kow has become chef at Wyn Shuler restau-
so well noted.
rants, is a member of the
It is probably the most 1984 team.
underrated Chinese restau-
CLAUDE THOMAS is
rant in this region.
new sous chef at Westin
DAVID HERMELIN, Hotel in Renaissance Cen-
member of Michigan ter downtown . . . He is re-
Cancer Society's board of di- sponsible for La Fontaine,
rectors, and chairman of its Westin's elegant French
Development Committee, downtown restaurant on
will open the evening's fes- Promenade level.
tivities at 2nd annual
BACK IN 1964, Wing
dinner, May 17, in Renais- Hong opened on 10 Mile and
sance Ballroom of Westin Southfield . . . Every so of-.
Hotel.
ten, little things would be
It marks 41 years of done to create some im-
cancer research and service provement, but nothing
to patients and their drastic . . . Now, 10 years
families.
later, Wing has begun a
Dave is perfect for open- major renovation . . . both
ing affairs . . . His knack at interior and food.
warming up audiences has
Only half done, yet no
wide note . . . In this case longer dingy and dark-
it'll be for actor Mike Con- looking is the "new Wing
nors, television's private Hong" . . . taking on more of
eye Mannix, winner of three a South Pacific look with
Emmy awards, plus a Gol- rattan and bamboo features
den Globe award for "Best . . . and wide open styling
Actor" . . . The series ran . . . The high wall separat-
eight years on CBS-TV.
ing two rooms is gone and in
In addition to easy recog- its place are booths against
nition for his "Mannix" role,
a much lower edifice ..
Mike Connors' career has Now can be seen a dining
included a number of films
area and cocktail lounge .. .
(Goodbye Sam with Jack both with booths and tables
Lemmon, Where Love Has to eat at and drink . . . The
Gone with Susan Hayward walls have been painted an
and Bette Davis, antique white ... with rat-
Stagecoach with Bing tan and bamboo only a
Crosby and Ann-Margaret). Continued on next page

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CHIPS
EVERY
FRIDAY

$2.99

NANCY GURWIN
- PHIL MARCUS ESSER

BROILED WHITE FISH DINNER

INCLUDES: Salad, Soup,
Pot. & Homemade Bread

Family Restaurant
22110 COOUDGE AT 9 MILE
IN A&P SHOPPING CENTER

Every Thursday & Sunday

28000 Grand River at 8 Mile
Farmington !tills
A Nancy Gurwin Production

Seven new farm-fresh
breakfast specials
for $1.95 to $2.65

THE

Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

RAVEN

Seven complete breakfast specials that'll really
wake you up. Choose from Items like:
• ten-grain sourdough cakes with pure maple syrup
• large fresh eggs cooked in real butter
•breads, muffins and Danish pastries from our very
own bakery.

FAMILY DINING

29101 GREENFIELD, 1 BIk. N. of 12

559-0270

We also feature freshly-squeezed orange or grapefruit
juice. Choose freshly extracted apple or carrot juice or pos-
sibly one of our eye-opening high energy shakes.

NEW HOURS

So, If you're a breakfast lover, start off your morning with
the farm-fresh goodness of breakfast at The Good Earth.

MONDAY THRU THURSDAY, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. SUNDAY, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
FEATURING BREAKFAST SPECIALS STARTING AT 95c

Really in a hurry?
Breakfast to go just $1.45

$4.95

(Coff•• or Good Earth special tea blend, and your
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. $5.95

THESE DINNERS INCLUDE: SOUP, SALAD, POT. & VEG.
(CHOICE OF RICE PUDDING OR JELLO 35c EXTRA)
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COUPON

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ALL DINNERS:

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OPEN 24 HOURS
SUPER SPECIALS DAILY
BREAKFAST ANYTIME . . . 99c

• 2 Extra Large Eggs • Hash Browns
• Toast and Jelly
with 2. strips of bacon or 2 links
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$ 1 35

CONEYS • • • . • •77c

Natural Casing Hot Dogs

FISH & CHIPS ..$2

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341-5929

Breakfast
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INCLUDES: SALAD, POTATO, VEG.
AND FRESH BAKED BREAD

A Footlights Inc. Production
starring.

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Friday, April 27, 1984

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• Includes Salad

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Ext. 502/3

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WEDNESDAY SPECIAL ANYHOUR
BUY ONE CONEY

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