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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

357-3490

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BEST OF EVERYTHING

PLACE
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AND ICE CREAM. PARLOR

Serving GREAT FOOD AND COCKTAILS
AT MODERATE PRICES



NOW %IN SUNDAYS

FROM 4 p.m.
MON.-THURS. 11:30 a.m.-11 p.m.
OPEN 1 DRYS
FRI. & SAT. TIL 12 Mid., SUN. FROM 4 P.M.

FOLLOWING IN THE
FOOTSTEPS of its coun-
terpart, Dimitri's of South-
field ... on an even more
lavish scale ... is Dimitri's
Wildflower, Walnut and
Drake in West Bloomfield's
Drake Summit Plaza.
If its first 10-to-3 Sunday
brunch - is any indication,
the ,spot run by Louie
Bricolas is in for a packed
future . . . Strictly word-
of-mouth . and over half
the tables were filled by 1
p.m. . .. including a group
celebrating Joe Rott's 80th
birthday'. . By 1:30, it was
three-quarters filled.
The Sunday brunch at
Dimitri's Wildflower is a
sumptuous one . . . with 18
bit chafing dishes, 13 cold
items: bagels, cream cheese,
lox, sable and chubs, chic-
ken liver pate, creamed her-
ring, pasta salad, etc. . . .
Three of the hot items
change weekly . . : The day
we were there was Chicken
Kiev, roasted chicken and
sliced tenderloin . . . Reg-
ulars include scrambled
eggs, potato pancakes, hash
browns, breakfast brunch
meats, cheese blintzes, stuf-
fed squash, vegetable
quiche, corned beef liash,
chicken livers in wine
sauce, moussaka, pastitsio,
spinach pie, stuffed grape
leaves, etc.
There's pastries galore
. from Napoleons to ec-
lairs to rumballs to straw-
berry tarts to Danish to
chocolate cake ... plus fruit
chips, fruit basket, jello
molds, ambrosia, etc.
A mimosa fountain pours
out champagne and orange
juice . . ..and an ice cream
bar invites you to make
your own sundae, banana
split or'whatever other con-
coction desired . . . One las-
sie at the ice cream bar
gulped with wide-eyed an-
ticipation and remarked to
her companion, "I'll go back
on my diet tomorrow."
The large and beautiful,
Dimitri's Wildflower, with
its bevy of bay windows, -re-
cessed lighting, beautiful
decor, heavy oak bar and
planters, print fabric
booths, greenery, skylight,
etc., has blossomed so much
for the better.
Where the service at one
time left a bit to be desired,
it all has begun to shape up
. . . Our brunch waitress,
who also works evenings,
Barbara Doelle, has the
smile, efficiency and atten-
tive courtesy that custom-
ers want and owners love to
see . . . Same for waitress
Joan Roy, also working
evenings now, pretty, al-
ways tan, afid so very per-
sonable.
Louie Bricolas has sur-
rounded himself with three
loyal brothers as assistant
managers to him— Michael
Heuer, plus prep cook How-
ard Heuer and busboy
Jimmy Heuer . . . sons of_
.Roberta Horner.
Our Sunday brunch at
Dimitri's Wildflower was
very much like an gutdoor

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•LUNCHES • MINERS • AFTER THEATER SNACKS & SANDWICHES

•DANNY RASKIN

COUNTRY VILLAGE CE11111--EYERGIB & 11181E
— Featuring Guernsey Ice Cream —
Cones --
Sundaes and Hand-Packed
WE NOW HAVE

8 DELICIOUS FLAVORS

ChTregri
CAKES

PIES

COCKTAILS TIL 2 a.m.

Your Hosts: JACK & GARY COCHRAN
4108 W. MAPLE RD..
626-2630
1 IRK. WEST OF TELEGRAPH

Seven new farnAresh
breakfast specials
for $1.95 to $2.65
Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

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.
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.

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

Really in a hurry?
$1.45

Breakfast to go Just

(Coffee or Good Earth special tea blend, and your
choice of ■ fresh baked Danish, croissant or two muf-
fins.)

the

major credit cards accepted

• 17125 Conant (corner 6
• 31646 Northwestern Hwy
Mile, Detroit) 892.9001
(corner of Middlebelt,
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• 8100 Old 13 Mlle (corner Van
Dyke, Warren) 574.9200
• 33605 Plymouth Road
(west of Farmington Rd., .
• 14156 E. 12 Mlle (east of
Livonia) 261.3550
Schoenherr, Warren)
777-3400 (carry out only)
This offer expires Aug. 2, 1984

Restaurant and Bakery
31005 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD AT 14 MILE • Farmington Hills
ADJACENT TO TALLY HALL

7 a.m.-10 p.m.

Mon.-Thurs., Fri. and Sat. 7 a.m.-11 p.m.
Sun. 8 aan..-9 p.m.

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Through Sunday, August ,12

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Telegraph, North of 10 Mile, Southfield
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setting in the lounge sector
with sunshine coming
through those huge bay
windows and greens all
around.
Brunch prices are $8.95
adults, $4.95 for children
under ten and no charge
under five.
There's music Friday and
Saturday evenings . . . and
come September will be
dancing indoors . . . plus on
the outdoor 40-seat patio.
This is a very beautiful
restaurant . . . large but
comfortable . . . The all-
around food and service im-
provements are big com-
pliments to the restaurant
know-how of Dimitri Syros
and Louie Bricolas.
A VERY 'TALENTED
troupe of actors and actres-
ses are putting on "Strider"
at the Attic Theater back of
Greektown on Lafayette,
downtown . . . the very dif-
ficult musical play by Mark
Rosovsky . . based on a Leo
Tolstoy story.
To be sure, it's a different
type of show . . . taken
through a very ambitious
attempt by very good acting
girls and gents, some im-
itating horses.
The troupe displays fine
voices and energetic danc-
ing as it offers the story of a
horse's life as seen through
his own eyes . . . The play is
an intevsting mixture of
people and horses, and
Tolstoy's parable of man as
an animal reflects the lives
of all men.
-- Joey Golden does a most
admirable job as Strider,
the horse . . . and his accom-
panying actors give their
utmost. •
Attic Theater is in the
round, with six rows of thea-
ter seats surrounding a
plain wooden floor stage
and canvas-patched
backdrop . . . perhaps the
setting for a stable.
People from all walks of
life attend the ic
Att Theater
. . . Many presentations are
masterpieces.
Strider will be shown
through Aug. 25 . . . an alle-
gory about the tenacity of
the pure in spirit . . . and a
commentary on human in-
justice.
THE WEDNESDAY
Garden Parties, 5 p.m. to 8
p.m., by Diamond Jim
Brady's in Prudential Town.
Center on Evergreen, are
fast becoming popular
weekly doings.
It is set among the trees
and ferns of Prudential's
lush gardens downstairs
from Diamond Jim Brady's
. . . with backdrop of win-
dows in a very relaxing set-
ting.
Each week features a top
combo of the area . . . play-
ing while folks enjoy
cocktails and hors d'oeuvres
(hot and cold) . . . Theriis no
admission charge . . . or
worry about the wind,
weather and parking . . .
Windowed wall in back of
the entertainers allows day-
light to came in unhindered.
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