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November 02, 1984 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-02

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BERKLEY THEATRE

makes them daily at home for
hubby to bring and sell out so
quickly . . . It's her already
famous Pistachio Pie . . . with cen-
ter of pistachio and cream, top-
ping of thinly-sliced almonds .. .
and crust filled with chopped wal-
nuts.
NITERY OWNERS are happy
this year . . . New Year's Eve, one
of their biggest evenings . . . falls
out on the usually dead Monday
night.
THE GROWTH OF Bagels-
tein's Deli in Dallas, Texas, is one
of much warmth . . . It is owned by
former Detroiters Susan and
Larry Goldstein . . . She is the
daughter of ex-localites Marion
Siedhoff and Marvin Fuller .. .
Larry's parents, Adele and Herb
Goldstein, still reside here.
Larry was only 15 years old
when a busboy at Joey's Restau-
rant on Greenfield, owned by
George Fink and the late Joe
Cohen . . . After the army medical
reserves and degree in hotel and
restaurant management, he be-
came manager of The Bagel Place,
Toledo, Ohio in 1972 . . . It was a
lucky year for him . . . Larry met
Susan while at the National Res-
taurant Convention in Chicago
. . . She was a student at Michigan
State (bachelor's in elementary
education and master's in learn-
ing disabilities) visiting a
girlfriend . . . After four years of
dating they wed in 1976.
Both wanted to open and oper-
ate their own business, and picked
Dallas, where Larry had spent a
brief army stint . . . They took
over a defunct bagel factory .. .
and after eight weeks of repair,
refurbishing and repainting,
opened for business Sept. 7, 1976
. . . at 8104 Spring Valley, just
east of Colt Road in the North-
wood Shopping Center (214-234-
3787).
For want of a name, Larry and
Susan took the combination of
bagel and their own last name .. .
coming up with "Bagelstein's."
At first, they sold only bagels,
but month later, Larry and Susan
came out with full line of deli
items, plus doing catering also .. .
In 1979 they closed everything a
week for remodeling to accommo-
date their new bakery . . . dou-
bling the size and offering baked
goods from challah and rugalach
to pastries and cakes.
Another major change has been
made at Bagelstein's . . . When
first opened, there were 123 seats,
but self-serve on paper plates .. .
August of this year, Larry and
Susan completed their full-
service expansion . . . taking over
a vacant paint store . . . put in 154
seating . . . and turned it into a
full-fledged Jewish delicatessen-
restaurant . . . where customers
could be seated . . . while people
waited on them.
No more paper plates or plastic
silverware . . . Bagelstein's has
arrived!
OUTER DRIVE ends tomor-
row night at Yesterday's Classic
Oldies Club of Sheraton-
Southfield Hotel, W. Nine Mile
. . . followed this Tuesday by Air
Command, five piece, all male,
high energy '60s group.
IT WAS ALL farm land on
Greenfield, north of Ten Mile Rd.

. . . when Tom and Lydia Hong
opened_ their Oriental City Res-
taurant . . . That was 22 years ago
. . . Oct. 16, 1962 . . . date shop-
ping center was opened.
Today, they still quietly go
about their business of preparing
good Oriental food for a lot of
faithfuls and newcomers . . . from
generation to generation ...
Oriental City uses no lard . . . all
its dishes are made with pure veg-
etable oil.
MARC FABER, 11 years old,
is one of the performers in magic
show being given by Tel-12 Mys-
tics Nov. 17-18 at the mall on
Telegraph and 12 Mile . . . Group
meets free of charge on third
Thursday of each month . . . spon-
sored by Milt Kort and other pro-
fessional magicians . . . donating
its time and energies to helping
children interested in magic per-
fect their trickes and techniques.
Some of the graduates, like
Lucy Smalley, are making a name
in the world of prestigious profes-
sionalism.
Marc is the son of Howard "The
Magic Man" Faber and wife
Laurie . . . Howard will co-host
the Nov. 18 show on Continental
Cable with Lucy Manning.
SONGS PEOPLE can relate to
. . . standards, pops, Latin and
oldie goodies . . . this is the trend
now at Jakk's Lounge, Greenfield
and Ten Mile . . . as new gypsy
group, Steve Rose Trio, goes from
melody to melody without a lull.
Singing with almost a Dean
Martin twang, Steve vocalizes on
most of their tunes . . . and the
trio's repertoire is huge ...
American galore, Hungarian,
Serbian, Jewish, Italian, Spanish,
etc.
Those who like the oldies .. .
and there aren't too many who
don't . . . even people who never
heard them before . . . will become
immediate fans of the Steve Rose
Trio . . . for listening and dancing.
Steve on lead guitar, Al Rigo on
bass, and Dave Ballog, drums, do
their easy styling with profes-
sional presentation . . . weaving
patterns of good listening and
dancing music . . . Tuesdays
through Saturdays.
RECENT OPENING of River-
front's east tower in downtown
Detroit marks completion of a
decade-long dream by Max Fisher
and Al Taubman . . . Second
Riverfront tower opened to new
residents . . . and now all build-
ings are available . . . Jonathan
Holtzman, head of Riverfront
marketing and management,
says the east tower is already 65
percent leased and the west tower
95 percent leased.
MORE INTERESTING and
amusing facts about dining down
through the ages . . . Dinners in
New England were called "square
meals" during the late 18th Cen-
tury because most of the food was
prepared in square tins . . . In
1802, Biler's Restaurant, featur-
ing "farm style meals," opened in
New York City . . . Fashionable
guests enjoyed dining in the rustic
atmosphere . . . In 1871, because
so many Mississippi steamboat
officers were from Texas, waiters
who served them were called

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