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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-03-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 29, 1985

Banquet Facilities
Outside Facilities

Dinner 5 to 11 p.m.
Pianist Thurs.-Sat.

BEST OF EVERYTHING

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Serving Metropolitan
Detroit Over 50 Years

(formerly Freddie's)

Early Supper Specials
5-7 p.m.

Reduced Bar Prices
5-7 p.m.

Miles
N. of 1-75, Exit 81 • Lake Orion

801 W. Lapeer (M-24) 6

693-8882

We Specialize In
FRESH FISH, VEAL, STEAKS
AND PASTA

Reservations Accepted

1990 Hiller Rd.

(Old Orchard Road)

Private Facilities
Available For All
Occasions
Up To 80 People

682-1347

Minutes from Orchard Lake Rd. Centrally located between
Cooley Lake Rd. & Commerce Rd., and Orchard Lake Rd.
and Haggerty Rd.

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PANCAKES

Sun. 6 a.m.-10 a.m.

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LUNCH OR DINNER—MARCH 29 THRU APRIL 4

11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday Thru Sunday

OUR OWN HOMEMADE

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ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT

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LUNCH OR DINNER—MARCH 29 THRU APRIL 4

11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday Thru Sunday

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STILL ONE OF the area's
more beautiful and most pleasant
restaurants at which to dine .. .
Jacque's on Telegraph between 12
and 13 Mile, will now be operated
with more concern than before .. .
because of sharper accent toward
customer. satisfaction.
This will be a strict credo with
new owners, Dr. Alan Dorfman
and much-experienced restaurant
gent Dick Masuda . . . Continuing
as general manager is Jim Alle-
man, whose fine work never left
much more to be desired . . . Day
manager and hostess Dolores
Wellman also remains.
Dick was with Joe Muer's eight
years . . . and Restaurant Duglass
seven years . . . Alan is vice
president of the Geater Detroit
Chapter, City of Hope.
Contrary to rumors, Jacque's
will definitely remain open dur-
ing its face lift . . . and all banquet
contracts previously made will be
honored.
Jacque's will enlarge its ban-
quet facilities in back into the
furthermost sector of its beautiful
atrium outside . . . which will re-
main.
Dick is very well noted for those
great Caesar salads at tableside
. . . and is also bringing stir-fried
tableside cooking to Jacque's .. .
Liquor license will sann_lie_
__transferred_ __and the. 225 , sea ter
Jacque's will present a new, much
updated menu, new carpeting and
a brighter look . . . It will remain a
big favorite . . . and more so . . . for
lunch and dinner.
Our recent lunch at Jacque's
was very good . . . as pleasant,
pretty smile Vickey Waldron
served us with that vivacious per-
sonality and ultra efficiency she
presents to people . . . Little won-
der so many want her to wait on
them. -
Next door, within the same
entrance . . . JT's (formerly Bob-
by's and Marvin Gardens) will
again have name change . . . and
the interior opened up more in-
stead of its closed look . . . Also a
new and much better menu.
Jacque's (opened years back as
Atrium) and JT's has always been
big lunch and dinner favorites .. .
Jacque's continually has steady
bookings for banquets.
With change of ownership to
Alan and Dick, . . . and their sin-
cere plans . . . things can only go
one way . . . better than ever.

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Romanik's on Orchard Lake Rd.
will be closed April 5-11 . . . open-
ing for dinner April 12 at 4:30
p.m.
LA MIRAGE shopping mall
was swinging to the hilt recently
. . . as Mop Shop Salon had its
grand opening within the ultra
modernistic award-winning plaza
. . . It is one of the few shopping
centers where parties can be held
for so many in spacious interior.
Much fun as d.j. played con-
tinuous music for dancing .. .
while upwards of 700 people (a
great Mop Shop tribute) ate,
drank (thanks to operator Elaine
Segal for the fresh coffee), danced
and enjoyed much frivolity.
Among highlights of evening
was gal in beaded-top dress pass-
ing out White Castle hamburgers
on a tray . . . But this sure wasn't

the food to rave about ... The oo-
dles and oodles of goodies were
seemingly endless . . . and so
many people pitched in for this
gala Mop Shop occasion.
Sandy Rosenberg, client, made
crab won tons, mini egg rolls,
cheese puffs, spinach diamonds,
shrimp pate and lox appetizer pie
. . . Sandi Ashley, operator, made
the meat balls, steak rolls, city
chicken and caviar ball . . . Nancy
Franz, friend, brought vegetable
tray, dips and pastries . . . More
pastries were prepared by Phyllis
Brickner, client; Dorothy Melic,
mother of Mop Shop receptionist
Susie Capobianco, and customer;
Jeanette Stovak, client; Sherri
Cohn, operator; and Irene Ven-
gen, mother of Maryanne Stovak,
operator.
Grand opening by Mop Shop
was called for 5 p.m. but La Mir-
age started getting jammed at
4:45 . . . and thanks to all the girls
who worked so hard, there was
plenty of food from beginning to
end.
Those White Castles also went
so fast that Sandi Ashley had to
"brown bag" a bunch to make cer-
tain some folks got their share .. .
But the delicious food prepared
was very far from overlooked .. .
and greatly savored . . . in chafing
clishes-from--13-afry-'s - Lets-Rent-
:-.--7-wixtralsa-fttrrrished-the tables- - ----
. . . Twas almost an impossibility
to know if Barry and Deanna
Lawton attended to see how their
rentals helped the party.
The music reached souls of al-
most everyone . . . Even mall
owner Morris Margulies was
dancing . . . dressed as usual in
three-piece suit . . . next to young
gent terpsi'ing without a shirt.
Grand opening of its relocation
within La Mirage was fun . . . The
Mop Shop Salon owned by Robert
Myrick and Richard Pieczarka
sure has a lot of loyal friends.

ORGANIZATION PRO-
GRAM heads take note . . . Chefs

Patrick Vargo and Debbie Hamil-
ton, bossfolks at Chefs de Cuisine
gourmet carry-out on the
Boardwalk, Orchard Lake Rd.,
will lecture and demonstrate
techniques of making wonderful
tasty delights . . . No charge .. .
Monday scheduling only . . . Call
well in advance.

SAUTEED GREAT LAKES

. . . perch was dish served by
Kingsley Inn that went over so big
at Presidential inaugural in
Washington past January . . . It's
still on the menu that now con-
tains 50 percent seafood, includ-
ing daily specials.
RECENT BIG PARTY celeb-
rating change of Sheraton-
Southfield to Southfield Hilton
. . . was one of those "anything
goes" affairs in the way of food and
drink . . . People galore mingled
with the biggies from parent com-
pany, W. Palm Beach, Fla.-based
Servico, which also owns and/or
operates Troy Hilton, Michigan
Inn and Northfield Hilton in this
area.
No matter where you turned,
there was food . . . in glamorous
style . . . and drinks aplenty .. .
plus great music by eight-piece
Jerry Ross Orchestra with
Simone Vitale . . . including trio
of wonderful gal singers.

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