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June 21, 1985 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-21

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Friday, June 21, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dinner 4 p.m.-1 a.m.

Lunch 11 a.m.

Good
Reading

41

Banquet Facilities

ment three years at New York
a cold glass of Piesporter wine,
homemade rolls and zucchini
City Community College.
Chef Ira Siegel took his initial
sauteed with basil and garlic.
training with Marvin at
Bloomie's seats 170 for dining
Shaarey Zedek ... then contin-
... and over 200 including the
ued his education in hotel and
lounge ... While there, the las-
restaurant management at
sies of Womens American ORT
Autumn Hills Chapter were
Michigan State University .
having their banquet _. . In-
and graduated from Culinary
Institute of America at Hyde
quiries brought more than satis-
Park, N.Y., one of the world's
factory comments.
Reservations are taken only
finest ... He opened the Four
for Mondays through Thursdays
Seasons Hotel's three-star res-
... open 11:30 a.m to 10:30 p.m.
taurant in Dallas, Texas ...
... It is a seven-day operation
When Ira left eight months la-
... Fridays and Saturdays 11:30
ter, it was a four-star restaurant
a.m. to 12 midnight ... Brunch
... He spent two years at a
is served Sundays 12 noon to 3
country club in Connecticut, a
year at Waldorf-Astoria, and be-
p.m.
fore coming to Bloomie's was
Further plans at a later date
sous chef (assistant chef) creat-
call for an addition of 5,000 or
ing daily specials ... at the very
6,000 square feet as a catering
exclusive, highly-regarded
facility.
Water Club in Manhattan.
Marvin admits that the open-
Daily specials at Bloomie's
ing of Bloomie's was like a bad
plus its fresh fishes of the day
dream ... but is happy to report
. are Provimi veal dishes,
the turnabout . . . Waitresses
chicken preparations, medall-
and busboys who have been re-
ions of beef, etc. ... This week,
tained or replaced are trying
for the first time since opening,
hard to please, as we noted
it will have pate de foie gras
while looking around ... Wait-
(goose liver) among other culi-
resses are also now informing
nary features.
people as to how long their or-
The original menu before
ders will take ... Prior to this,
changing had four homemade
customers just waited and
soups, including one of the day
slightly fumed while conjuring
and chili with or without beans
an immediate dislike of the
... five appetizers, five burgers,
place.
five sandwiches, four omelettes
Bloomie's realizes the mis-
(served until 4 p.m.) ... steaks,
takes that have been made ...
Cornish hen, chicken, bar-b-q
and consider them a valuable
ribs . . . five stir-fry dishes .
lesson ... Wise restaurateurs
six salads . . . eight homemade
capitalize on their errors . . . It
desserts ..., including a "Snic-
is certainly hoped that Marvin
kers" sundae (Haagan Dazs ice
and his staff do the same.
cream topped by melted original
Don't be unkind ... Those
Snickers) ... yes, the bar ...
who have had a bad experience
plus chocolate-strawberry
at Bloomies's should give it an-
mousse cake, fresh fruit tarts,
other chance ... I'm sure you'd
chocolate mousse, hazelnut
want the same consideration if
mocha torte, etc.
you or your spouse opened a
All wines at Bloomie's are
new business . . . Restaurants
sold by the glass or carafe ...
around for a while who have
and Marvin goes through three
still not gotten their act to-
kegs a week.
gether are another story . . .
The onion soup is made with
They don't deserve that other
Gruyere Cheese rather than
chance.
common Swiss, Provolone or
AS FINAL PERSON left
whatever ... People who expect
Variety Club luncheon last
it to run down the sides won't
week ... the last hurrah at
get it this way ... The presenta-
Standard Club North had ended
tion and effect are great, but
... It had officially closed to
who eats cheese from the sides
members but honored all parties
anyway? ... Onion soup baked
booked there ... "This is first
in a crock does have its own
time in show business that I did
personality, though . . . Then
a farewell performance in clos-
again, so does the other ... In
ing a place," said Shelley Be-
any event, it's ultimately the
rman, appearing through June
taste that counts ... and per-
30 in the very successful Kuni-
sonally, we'd rather taste onion
Leml at Birmingham Theater
soup than cheese.
. . . next monthly meeting of
I had a delightful meal amid a
Variety Club is July 11 at Plum
pleasant and intimate atmos-
Hollow, Nine Mile and Lahser.
phere ... and noticed others
Standard Club waiters Nate
enjoying their dinners also ...
Biggs, Tyree Jones and Michael
Conscientious, smiling Diane
Wiler, were snapped up in a
Lester brought us a crisp, cold
flash by Romanick's on Orchard
salad with excellent bleu cheese
Lake Rd.
dressing made by Ira ... and a
Bevy of plans are in store for
tasty (completely boneless) piece
former Standard Club North
of white fish ... baked in white
manager Bud Sherbow
wine sauce . . . On the list of
Wasting his fine talents would
1 J specials was something we
be like throwing away food in
hadn't seen beyond memory ...
Ethiopia.
grilled tuna ... Ira slices a tuna
WHO'S WHERE . . . Larry
into steaks and grills them in
Nozero & Friends, Thursday
ginger butter ... There was also
through Saturday at Hunters
rainbow trout, grilled swordfish,
Run, Middlebelt north of Five
broiled Sockeye salmon and filet
Mile ... Matt Michaels on piano
of sole stuffed with crabmeat.
Continued on next page
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