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May 18, 1984 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-18

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Dinner Theatre at Botsford Inn

DIMITRI SYROS,

bossman at Dimitri's of
Southfield, Southfield and
10 Mile, has been named
1984 "Southfield Small
Business Person of The
Year" by its Chamber of
Commerce.
Dimitri came to America

from Greece in 1955 .. .
started out in the restau-
rant business immediately
. . . washing dishes for a
cousin . . . and worked him-
self up as cook, chef and
executive chef . . . During
the last 10 years, he has
opened 11 restaurants in
the Metropolitan Detroit
area. His present one, Di-
mitri's of Southfield, was
opened April 1982 . . . as
about 2,000 people ate and
drank in much merriment.
Original seating was for 260
people . . . It is now 325 .. .
Besides increasing the
capacity, he is greatly in-
volved in outside catering.
Opening very soon will be
Dimitri's Wildflower in
Drake Summit Shopping
Plaza, Walnut and Drake
. . . Also, negotiations are
underway for a restaurant
bearing his name in
Sarasota, Fla. . . . with proj-
ected opening slated for Oc-
tober of this year.
Plus the 65 regular jobs
created at Dimitri's of
Southfield, another 10 are
part-time.
Last two years, his an-
niversary parties have been
to raise money for Oakland
County Special Olympics
. . . Dimitri provides free
food and entertainment .. .
The $5 donation amounted
to $5,000 this year . . . He
intends to do the same each
birthday.

DETROIT'S POPU-
LAR outdoor jazz concert

series, -P'JAZZ at Hotel
Pontchartrain, launches
season number 13, June 6
. . . with Flora Purim and
Airto Moreira . . . It is now
headed by Sylvia Gershen-
son, chairman of the board
and president of Hotel
Pontchartrain . . . with as-
sistance of Bill Eberson,
vice prez and general man-
ager . . . and Shlomo Pel-
man, food and beverage di-
rector.
Concerts will run Mon-
days and Wednesdays each
week through August .. .
and also every Friday from
June 29 through July 27 .. .
Starting time for the con-
certs will be 6:30 p.m. . . . on
the outdoor poolside terrace
of the Pontch, Washington
Blvd. and Jefferson Ave.,
across from Cobo Hall.
A happy hour called
"Tune-Up Time" will run

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WITH MOVIE "CAR-
MEN" bringing back rage

of Flamenco dancing, more
interest is centered on AR-
Tespana, international
dance troupe . . . which has
its concert tomorrow, 7 p.m.,
at Andover High in Bloom-
field Hills:
BEST BET Of The
Weekend . . . Southfield
Arts Council Festival .. .
tonight 6 to 10, tomorrow 10
to 10 and Sunday 12 to 6 .. .
coordinated by Jean Hol-
lander and Phyllis Jose .. .
at Southfield Civic Center
on Evergreen . . . Food
booths, clowns, artists,
magicians, dancing, etc.

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I DO! I DO!

Cohen, boyfriend of Michi-
gan Inn PR director Carolyn
Krieger, with red bow tie
and cummerbund . . . Ed
Ritenour with red pocket
hankie, Mayor Fracassi and
Councilman Pete Cristiano
with whistles around their
necks . . . Waitresses carry-
ing trays wear them at Red
Parrot to let people know
they're coming through.
It was to have ended at 12
midnight . . . but an-
nouncement came for an-
other half hour more . . .
then another half hour .. .
then another . . . until 2
a.m.
The Roger Sherman ex-
travaganza (he did interior
designing) is a knockout .. .
everything done in such
good taste.
The Red Parrot at Michi-
gan Inn is now opened offi-
cially to the public . . . Mon-
days through Fridays 11
aim. to 2 a.m., with com-
plimentary hors d'oeuvres
buffet from 5 to 7:30 p.m... .
Saturdays and Sundays it
opens at 8 p.m. . . . Mimes,
clowns, jugglers and dan-
cers perform nightly .. .
Proper attire is required .. .
no cover and no drink
minimum.
THIRD SIXPENCE has
been opened . . . in building
formerly occupied by Dr.
Doodles restaurant on
Grand River and 10 Mile in
Farmington, just east of
1-275.
Sixpence has been among
the most popular east side
restaurants since since first
one opened 10 years ago in
Warren . . . Number two in
1977 came to Sterling
Heights.
The Farmington Six-
pence, with General Man-
ager Tom Sawyer, seats 104
. . and is open seven days a
week.
Evening hostess Ruth
Schecter, smiling and very
personable, is still there .. .
as is the gal who waited on
us so courteously and effi-
ciently while it was Dr.
Doodles . . . Brenda Benson
. . . Ruth has been at the site
since just a matter of
months from when the
former Dr. Doodles opened
21/2 years ago.
LUCY SMALLEY, a
full-time magician, will cir-
culate throughout Restau-
rant On Main Street in
Tel-12 Mall on Telegraph
and 12 Mile . . . this Sunday
. . . and next . . . 4:30 to 7:30
p.m.
Lucy, 21, is only the sec-
ond woman graduated from
Chavey College of Magic in
Colon, Mich. . . She was
national sleight-of-hand
winner at competition held
in Colon.

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