Friday, August 9, 1985
THE. DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
OPEN 7 DAYS
7 a.m.-11 p.m.
7 a.m.-10 p.m.
Dinner 4 p.m.-1 a.m.
Lunch 11 a.m.
KUN SHOPPING CENTER
29221 NORTHWESTERN, N. et 12 MIN
BREAKFAST - LUNCH - DINNER SPECIALS
• BROILED WHITE FISH • LOX & SABLE PLATES • POTATO PANCAKES
• BAKED LAMB• ORANGE ROUGHY • SPINACH PIE • PICKEREL • LIVER
• CHICKEN • VEAL CUTLETS • BAR-B•QUE RIBS • VEAL PARMESAN
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AUGUST SPECIALS Mon. thru Sat
Appetizer Of The Month:
Mostacolli served with a sauce combining four varieties
of cheese, topped with tomatoes & fresh basil
Sliced e : lant
:1 1 tosca topped with veal, prosciutto and
cheese, served in a white wine sauce
Polla ella Caterina
Boneless breast of chicken sauteed with brandy, peppers,
mushrooms, artichokes and cream
Canadian Rainbow Trout
Fresh trout baked with shrimp and asparagus,
topped with bearnaise sauce
The above dinner entrees include tossed garden salad and chefs gar-
nish, soft bread sticks and butter.
Food & Spirits
Specializing in one half pound Ground Rounds, which are
highly regarded by several Detroit publications. Also, fresh
seafood daily, entree size salads, and a special menu from
American Heart Association (which we were first in
Michigan to present).
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and Sunday Dinner 4 p.m. til 9:00 p.m.
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burn Heights, Thursday-
Saturday through Aug. 31.
PAM MARTIN OOZES with
talent ... and it has begun to
drip into other facets of show
business for her ... Plus being
singer with her on Pizzazz
group, Pam is producer and di-
rector of "Puttin' On The Stars,"
Friday and Saturday through
Aug. 31 at Premier Center on
Van Dyke . . . (7:30 and 10 p.m.
shows) ... The huge, 1,000-seat
beautiful Las Vegas-like tiered
showroom and large stage is-
this locale's home for the world's
greatest performers ... Their
look-alikes or impressionists ...
some very good ... and some
excellent, too ... give a stirring
Diane Hofsess, now sole pos-
sessor of the Yours Truly col-
umn in Detroit News, has con-
gratulations of many ... She's a
sweet, young, 26-year-old lassie
with master's in journalism ...
This class will tell in her work
... and it won't be difficult to
overcome the previous bad taste
left by her former partner ...
Best advice anyone can give
Diane is ... stay as sweet as
you are ... and always get your
Linda Solomon, Detroit News
celebrity photographer and
author of the Star Tracks col-
umn, finally had her long, flow-
ing hair chopped a bit ... but
not too much, thank Heavens.
Premier Center owners Sy
and Ray Thomas have an effer-
vescent and charming hostess in
p.r. gal Elizabeth Roach ... A
lot of ability, too ... She held
together opening of "Patin' On
The Stars" and "Chives" at Hill-
crest Banquet Center couple of
nights previous . . Large crowd
jammed this new nitery on the
East Side that will jump with
fun ... Harry and Nancy Melt-
zer of Uncle Harry's Deli on
Mack, looking great; Chuck
Archer of Excalibur, with a deep
tan and big smile ... Nick
Sorise of Nicky's in Troy and
hair stylist Antonio Foglia (An-
tonio's of Italy), with a friend-
ship almost akin to brotherhood.
AL NEWMAN calls with hard-
to-answer question these days
... Who has a piano bar and
good food ... Strange that
Roman Terrace with Tom Al-
tenburg was the only place we
could recommend ... Never
gave this much though until Al
asked the question.
PEPINO'S Restaurant, in
Walled Lake that had a kitchen
flash fire will soon re-open.
PAT AND TOM. MORO take
off on a vacation ... and close
their popular Moro's Dining in
Allen Park Aug. 18 through
Sept. 3 ... re-opening next day
at 11:30 a.m. '
NANCY GURWIN Prod-
uctions has an audition call for
Once Upon A Mattress opening
Oct. 5 at Mama Mia, Union
Lake ... Open tryouts at the
restaurant Aug. 11, 4-7 p.m.;
and Aug. 14, 7:30-10 p.m. ...
Ages 18 and up, for experienced
singers, dancers, actors, and
technical personnel ... Call
352-2797 or 854-0545 between 9
and 7 for appointment.