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October 05, 1984 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-05

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THE-DETR611-JEWISH- NEWS — - Ftiday,-OGibbe5, 1984 - 49.



DELI-RESTAURANT

FIND IT

COUNTRY CORNER MALL

L
IN THE

AID

14)

4 ‘

30770 SOUTHFIELD ROAD
Just South of 13 Mile 647-7037

DINNER FOR 2

MIX OR MATCH ANY ENTREE

.. Even turkey and cheese,
orned beef and cheese, broccoli,
nushroom and cheese, spinach
, nd feta cheese, oodles of fruit-
iiied, raisin cream cheese . . . and
o many others . . . including. a
vegetarian croissant . . . and
.pecially-ordered miniatures.
Croissants, Croissants are also
'Ding a lot of catering . . . and
arry outs are ready within ten
, ninutes from the time people call.
it is open seven days . . . Mon-
a.y through Saturday 7:30 to 9,
nd Sunday 7:30 to 5.
AUDITIONS BY Nancy Gur-
. Tin Productions for its Cole Por-
er musical Anything Goes will be
' ct. 8 and Oct. 9, 7:30 p.m. . .
-Tterested actors, singers and
'd ancers should call 352-2797 for
.)lace of auditions or further info
.. Anything goes starring Nancy
3urwin opens in January at the
'llen Park Motor Lodge.

dancer at Chuck Joseph's The
Cedars downtown, and danced in
Las Vegas . . . Today, she still
works for Chuck and his wife
Dorothy at their Place For Steak
on 12 Mile and Coolidge . . . as a
premier evening waitress.
Also there Wednesday, Friday
and Saturday evenings is Kay
Chuvard, one of the top-notch
waitresses at former Town &
Country Club (now Hamilton
Place) on Southfield Rd.
Lou Miller is still host on Fri-
days and Saturday nights at
Chuck Joseph's Place For Steak.
REID ASHTON, owner of
Golden Mushroom, Ten Mile and
Southfield is hoping to open his
second spot sometime this year at
Restaurants on Main Street in
Tel-12 Mall, Telegraph and 12
Mile . . . It'll be called The Main
Street Tavern.
42ND STREET, David Mer-
rick's Tony Award winning song
GOOD WAITRESS DEPT.
and dance extravaganza, is corn-
---; Donna Jensen . . . days in
Aushroom Cellar at Golden
ing to Detroit for five weeks, Nov.
7-Dec. 9 at Masonic Temple Thea-.
'iiushroom, Ten Mile and South-
ter . . . Opening night will be a
field . . . smiling, efficient and
benefit for the Variety Club of De-
bourteous.
TORCH SONG TRILOGY,
troit.
Garvey Fierstein's winner of the
42nd Street, with its tapping
2982 Tony and Drama Desk
feet and singing chorus, is a lvaish
eye-popping, larger-than-life
, Awards for best play, will open at
musical directed and choreog-
Fisher Theater for a one-week
r:gagement, Oct. 23-28 . . . Due to
raphed by Tony Award winner,
the
late Gower Champion . . . The
length
of
the
production,
per-
,
original company is still on
formance times have been
Broadway . . . and there are com-
'changed . . . Evening curtain will
panies in Los Angeles and London
pe at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday through-
. . . The national company has
lout Sunday
Sunday . . . and matinees at 1
1-
p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
broken house records in Philadel-
phia, Washington, St. Louis and
, Torch Song Trilogy is the
humorous and touching unfolding
Boston . . . 42nd Street, based on
the popular '30s film, is story of a
'of
the
Fierstein's
gay
hero,
Arnold
.
young stage-struck girl who
Beckoff, and his quest to find what
everyone wants in life . . . a decent
wants to become a star . . . She
joins the chorus of a new show,
home, a good job and someone to
replaces the leading lady on open-
, mare it with . . . The comedy-
ing night and becomes that star.
drama comprises three individual
Some of the familiar songs from
plays which progressively tell the
story of seven years in Arnold's
the musical are . . . We're In The
Money, Lullaby of Broadway and
!ife.
CHEFS 200 CLUB holds its
42nd Street.
annual Chef of the Year and Loy-
IF YOU'RE WAITING for an-
any Award Banquet Oct. 22 at
other Greek Night . . . book Oct.26
on your calendar . . . It'll be at
[Roma's of Bloomfield . . . This
year's banquet will be 25th year
Pine Hills Restaurant, Orchard
Lake Rd. betweenl2 and 13 Mile
I ,Clief of the Year award has been
. . . with bouzouki band and belly
presented Ao a chef who has sig-
nificantly contributed to the pro-
dancer . . . no cover or admission
fession . . . Along with this year
charge.
year's winner, the awardees from
MOVE OVER MRS. MAR-
KHAM by Jimmy Launce Prod-
previous 24 years will be given
imedals to commemorate the
uctions, is the laughter-filled
comedy opening at "The Club" of
s ilver anniversary of this award.
Hyatt Regency Dearborn . . . Oct.
KINGSLEY INN Coffee Shop,
12 through December . . . Over at
N. Woodward, now stays open
Somerset
Dinner Theater, Some-
every evening except Sunday til
rset Mall, Troy, Jimmy Launce
10:30 p.m. . . . Sunday hours re-
Productions has the comedy/
main 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. . . . Recently
mystery Murder Among Friends
expanded and remodeled at a cost
through Dec. 19.
of $70,000, the Coffee Shop serves
SOME INTERESTING and
dinner items like fresh Lake
amusing
facts about dining down
Superior whitefish and New York
through the ages . . . The first
strip steak . . . plus burgers,
public restaurant opened in Egypt
sandwiches, salads and desserts
in 512 B.C.E. . . . It served only
from Kingsley's pastry chef.
one dish, consisting of cereal, wild
Kingsley is again running
fowl and onions . . In 402 B.C.E.,
shuttle busses to Lions' home
little boys were permitted to sit at
games, leaving the inn one hour
the dining table with their par-
before game time . . . Round trip
ents in Corinth, Greece . . . Girls
are is $7.50 per person, and is not
were not until they were married
tied to any purchase at Kingsley
. . . In 153 B.C.E., the first pay-
. . . Both brunch and dinner are
as-you-leave restaurant in Rome
.available before and after the
failed . . . due to "forgetfulness" of
game.
patrons . . . In the year 40 B.C.E.,
is
on
the
wall
HER PICTURE
the first "Businessmen's Lunch"
with long black flowing hair .. .
was featured by Sergious Locates,
but that was some years back
Continued on next page
-when Diane Landfeld was a belly

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