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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
HYATT REGENCY 0 DEARBORN
JIMMY LAUNCE PROductions
THE GINGERBREAD LADY
Written by: Neil Simon
free-standing building was
opened as Pumperniks by Rita
and Bob Mihajlovichy and a
cousin . . . Rita and Bob worked
side by side in the kitchen seven
days a week trying against ex-
treme odds to do things properly
. . . It was difficult under circum-
stances that prevailed . . . and as
hard as they worked Pumperniks
could not get off the ground.
Today, however, the story is
very much different . . . Bob still
assists in the kitchen seven days a
week . . . but wife Rita is able to
circulate among the customers
making certain they are satisfied
. . . plus greet them on arrival .. .
Bob's sister, Bernice Nestorovic,
is a very pleasant hostess who also
makes folks feel at home.
There are many restaurants
which would rather people didn't
see their kitchen . . . If the cus-
tomers did, they would never re-
turn . . . This is not so at Brass
Pointe . . . whose pride in a gleam-
ing stainless steelarea is such
that they had it built open so folks
could see for themselves.
Although good broasted chic-
ken has become the rage there
since being discovered at Brass
Pointe, it presents a diversified
menu that includes very good
barbecue ribs, Mexican dishes,
fresh fish daily and other choices
. . . Omelettes are only served 11
a.m. to 4 p.m.. . . Everything else
at any time, including the
It is so pleasurable now to see
this restaurant without that dark,
dingy look . . . and closed-in feel-
ing . There's even a satellite
dish outside on a long pole to re-
ceive major sports and other cable
Our broasted chicken was so de-
licious, we too wondered where
else in this area it is prepared so
moist and tender ... Unlike
deep-fried chicken proper broast-
ing cooks the bird throughout . .
Removing the skin when desired,
therefore does not take away its
You'll like the rice pudding,
also, at Brass Pointe ... made by
Bob . . . and served warm with
sides of cinnamon and nutmeg for
those 'who. wish the spices.
The dark walls are gone .. .
there's a bright new look . . . and
still to come are dividers between
the booths . . . A service bar dis-
penses wines, cocktails and
liquors . . . Farmington Hills at
this sector may widen Orchard
But the major story behind
Brass Pointe is the difference in
its food served Sunday-
Thursday, 11 a.m. to midnight;
Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 1
Remember . . . good broasted
chicken is not.the easiest thing to
make . . is an extremely
Because Bob and Rita have its
preparation down pat is why folks
are flocking,to Brass Pointe from
everywhere .. . with such reg-
ularity .. . to, enjoy broasted chic-
ken at its best.
If is as if all the baseball players
on a team put on new uniforms
and won the World Series . . .
that's how much different Brass
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If You've Never Been To
Mario's . . . Ask Mom and Dad
Enjoy "OPERA NIGHT" Friday evenings 7 p.m.
With Dino Valle & Jan Rae
Dinner 4 p.m.-1 a.m.
Tues. thru Sat.
MorkFri. 11:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Sat. 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Sun. 2 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Lunch 11 a.m.
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