THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, December 27, 1985
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3020 Grand River
detect customers who cannot
drive safely. Now we are offering
an incentive to our customers who
agree to assume some of the bur-
den themselves and not drink if
they are driving their drinking
friends," says Jon Gould, chair-
man of the MRA.
Restaurants serving alcoholic
beverages across the state . . .
from Grand Traverse Resort near
Traverse City to Gould's Point
East restaurant in Jackson to
Southfield's Golden Mushroom to
Jim's Tiffany Place and Peach
Tree Cafe in Lansing . . . have all
agreed to participate.
Customers are asked to look for
the blue and white MRA logo dis-
played in the restaurant's window
to assure that it is a participating
Michigan Restaurant Association
"If you aren't sure if your favo-
rite restaurant is offering non-
alcoholic beverages, we encour-
age you to give them a call," Gould
says. "We would like this program
to become so popular that our re-
staurants agree to continue it
throughout the year."
Restaurants across the state
are being encouraged to offer
complimentary non-alcoholic be-
verages to customers who agree
not to drink . . . so drivers can take
rest of their party home safely .. .
Posters and table tents are dis-
played in participating eateries
encouraging patrons to join in the
program . . . Anyone identifying
themself to the server as the de-
signated driver receives a lapel
sticker that entitles them to spe-
"Having a good time doesn't in-
volve drunk driving," says Bob
McDonald of Roman Terrace and
McFrocks, Orchard Lake Rd. and
12 Mile . . . "We try to do every-
thing we can in order to insure
that patrons are capable of driv-
ing home safely. All our
employees, including valets, are
trained in alcoholic awareness.
This Designated Driver program
is another very important step to
help prevent accidents over New
Due to rising insurance rates
and a keener awareness of alcohol
related accidents, Michigan re-
staurants have recently made
strides to detect patrong showing
signs of becoming intoxicated.
IN TOWN RECENTLY, Neil
Diamond and stage manager
"Needed a fix" . . . both weren't
feeling too well . . . Neil put on a
wonderful performance at Joe
Louis Arena and his stage man-
ager was all smiles . . . But they
hadn't been feeling so well earlier
. . . until Neil prescribed the old-
fashioned remedy of chicken-in-
the-pot soup from Pickle Barrel
Deli in Evergreen Plaza.
Owner Al Winkler, by the way,
took wife Shelly to Joe Louis
Arena . . . and she asked, "Where
are the nets?" . . . thinking it was
for a Detroit Pistons game . . . The
Shelly shocker came when Al told
sweet Shelly that they had come
to see her favorite performer, Neil
In the nine years Neil has come
to Detroit, he always orders from
Pickle Barrel . . . doesn't eat meat,
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