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May 25, 1984 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-25

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Continued from preceding page

in Wonderland and Univer-
sal Mall.
The Northland locale is
operated by Harvey Weiss
and cousin Craig Goldberg
. . with Harvey's dad,
E ugene Weiss, overseeing
the operation.
Former Brothers has
been completely gutted
and is now with decor of
white, orange, turquoise,
oak and brass . . . Seating is
for 125 . . . Back counter is
completely tiled . . . and an
"outside" cafe is in lobby of
mall directly at entrance of
Corned Beef King.
The new dining spot with
its spotless look and huge
portions is fast gaining
popularity . . . Soups are
homemade, there are 17
sandwiches, plus
homemade potato salad and
tole slaw . . . Corned Beef
King is big on party trays,
too.
It overlooks Greenfield
parking area "Lot E" .. .
with valet parking avail-
able directly in front of the
restaurant.
LOUIE MARR QUAR-
TET ... plus songstresses
Sharon Williams and Jenny
Roth . . . open June 5 .... at
Jakks, Greenfield and 10
Mile . . . The six will
rhythmize for dancing and
listening . . . Tuesday
through Saturday.
"MAMA LOVED
LITTMANS" show by gals
of Louis Marshall B'nai
B'rith and Beth Achim Sis-
terhood still goes on .. .
Latest showing of this Neu-
lar local amateur presenta-
tion was at Borman Hall,
where all the residents who
are mobile were entertained
for 11/2 hours . . . by these 12
to 15 girls . . . "Mama Loved
Littmans" isn't finished .. .
It will be done yet again in
October at Cong. Beth
Achim.
THERE'S NO MORE
Big Boy at Heritage Plaza
(Fidelity Bank Bldg.) on
Northwestern, corner of
Evergreen . . . but another
restaurant has sprung up at
the same spot.
It's called The Office Res-
taurant . . 4, No more booths
. . . all 124 seating is at new
tables and new counter .. .
Fast and frozen foods are
gone now . . . as owner Vic
Khzouz makes his own
soups, daily specials, sauces
and dressings . . . There's
even all new lighting fix-
tures (32) over every table
. . . and all chairs have
arms.
Former Big Boy which
occupied the space from
1968 to 1983 was com-
pletely gutted . . . and 'The
Office Restaurant opened
its doors May 7 . . . for total
home-cooked family dining
. . . The false drop ceiling is
gone, too . . . replaced by a
metal slat ceiling. Planters
are in front row . . . The
kitchen is new, with all
equipment replaced . . . and
it is clean-looking.
There's a salad bar with

almost 25 items for lunch
and dinner . . . and big thing
is fact that carry-out of ev-
erything on menu . . . in-
cludes salad bar.
IT'S SOMEWHAT like
going back home . . . consid-
ering that Billy Rose Quar-
tet was seven years at the
former Vargo's on Six Mile
and Middlebelt . . . Now it is
called Le Bordeaux . .. with
Billy and the band signing a
one-year contract for Tues-
day through Saturda
melody making . . . startint,__
June 5.
HAYMARKET Restau-
rant in Troy Hilton Inn,
Stephenson Hwy., popular
luncheon spot among the
business set, has taken a
unique approach to better
serve its business clientele
. . . Guests who need to use
the telephone during their
meal no longer have to leave
the table to make a call or
wait until after lunch .. .
Waiter or waitress will
bring one of the restaurant's
four cordless phones to their
table . . . Local calls are
--compliments of the
Haymarket.
JEWISH COMMU-
NITY Center, Jimmy Pre-
ntis Morris Branch on 10
Mile, Oak Park, has its
Sunday afternoon musicale,
June 3 . . . "America: Di
Goldene Medine" - music
for a "golden land." . . . The
musical, which salutes
Jewish-American creativ-
ity, is directed by Ann Kut-
nick, and features music of
Berlin, Gershwin, Berns-
tein, Loesser, Rogers,
Hammerstein and Kern .. .
Tickets should be purchased
in advance . . . They're $2
and include refreshments
. . . For more info, call the
Center, 967-4030.
GAMUT at Yesterday's
Classic Oldies Club in
Sheraton-Southfield Hotel
on Nine Mile, ends tomor-
row night.
Group will be followed by
The Classics through June 9
. with original lead singer
Dennis Yost . . . singing
their biggest hits from the
1960s and 1970s . . . includ-
ing "Spooky," "Stormy,"
"Traces" and "Everyday
With You Girl" . . . original
Classics IV had 13 consecu-
tive chart singles . . .
They'll be there Monday
through Saturday (with ex-
ception of May 28.)
SOME STAGGERING
CROWD figures were an-
nounced after recent Bud-
weiser Downtown Hoedown
at Hart Plaza . . . E.T
Trumbull of E.T. PR say
that 445,000 country music
fans attended the no-charge
festival . . . Saturday nite
number of 250,000 was
largest for Downtown De-
troit other than the
fireworks crowd, according
to police officials.
LOOKS LIKE General
Mills is getting out of the
restaurant business com-
pletely .. . (It already sold
Burger King to Hardees and
Meriwethers to Keg Res-
taurants of Canada).

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