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October 11, 1985 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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HYATT REGENCY 0 DEARBORN

JIMMY LAUNCE PROductions

presents

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
homemade soups.
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
events.
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
wonderful taste.
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
Lake Road.
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
a.m.
Remember . . . good broasted
chicken is not.the easiest thing to
make . . is an extremely
important factor.
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

,

Continued on next page

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



Entertainment
7 Nights

Banquet Facilities
Available

Reservations 593-1234
"THE CLUB"

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

Banquet Facilities

Now Appearing

ATTRACTIONS

Tues. thru Sat.

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DETROIT

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.

2ND FLOOR

Lunch 11 a.m.

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Friday, October 11, 1985 61

Italian-American Dining At Its Finest

Valet
Parking

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Bet. Willis & Canfield



833-9425

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Restaurant

AT APPLEGATE SQUARE
'Northwestern Hwy. at Inkster Rd.
Dining and Cocktails

Southfield

For Dinner Reservations: 353-2757

Reservations, 362-1262

Concourse, Top of Troy .. 755 W. Big Beaver

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ellarleys

Open 6 Days a Week: Mon.-Thurs. 11:30-9 p.m., Fri. & Sat. 11:30-11 p.m.

MONDAY .THRU THURSDAY SPECIALS

GARLICnS SHI RITP N.ILOYSTERS

$945

BAKED CHICKEN BREAST BERNARDI

$925

Herbed or Boursin Sauce

'6"

COMPLETE DINNER

PETITE FROG LEGS



$795

Roadhouse Style

BROILED CALVES LIVER

$ 825

With Sauteed Onions & Apples

Dinner Includes: Soup or Tossed Salad, Potato, ,
Fresh Vegetable & French Bread

Soup or Salad, Homemade Bread, Dessert,
Beverage, and your choice from a
selection of Entrees.

4-5:30pm Monday-Thursday
and Saturday
3-4:30pm Sunday

W. 12 Mile R'd
at Evergreen
T.': 559-4400

WHAT MAKES KINGSLEY
INN'S SUNDAY BRUNCH
SO GREAT ANYWAY?

(Voted Detroit's No. 15undajf Brunch in Metropolitan Detroit .
magazine's readers poll, Nov. '84 issue.)
' and silver service.
' White linen
' Elegant ambienCe of the Kingsley dining rooms.
'NO compiomise is ever made with quality or freshness.
■ A diming, ever-chaiigingaffay of breakfast, luncheon and
dinner favorites, and pastriei frail our own pastry chef, too
numerous to mention.
'Sane prices: only $8.95 for adults, $4.95 for children age 7
and under:

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W a.m. to 1 n.m.

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A magnificent
featuring all your
breakfast favorites including hot entrees.
00de to order omelettes, smoked fish,
iPecialtY salads, Pastries, and much
More. Featuring the Entertainment for
vour listening pleasure.

Adults S8.95 Seniors 57.95 Children 54.95

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348•5000 CU. 693

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