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April 11, 1986 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-11

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N 1111 AIR! Al

HYATT REGENCY ED DEARBORN

JIMMY LAUNCE PROductions

presents the comedy.lantasy

Heaven Can Wait

By: Harry Segall

Group Rates & Performances Available
Friday & Saturday Show 9:00 PM

Queen of Resorts just does not
seem as regal anymore.
But, then, nothing lasts
forever, s id Paul Grossinger,
the jovial, 70-year-old co-owner
of sprawling Catskill Mountain
resort that has carried his fami-
ly's name since 1913.
He should know ... Paul and
sister Elaine Etess sold Gros-
singer's for $9 million to a group
of New York investors ... who
plan to pull the musty, grand
old place out if its time warp
and open its doors to a genera-
tion whose interest go beyond
getting a massive dose of three
heavy kosher meals a day.
Business executives believe
the $9 million was a bargain-
basement price for the 812-acre
site, an indicator of the hard
times that had befallen the re-
sort industry in rural Sullivan
County, about 100 miles north-
west of New York City ... It is
an area comedians and politicos
often call the "borscht belt,"
named for the sweet beverage
(made from beets) that Eastern
European Jews used to savor ...
and still do ... along with so
many in America.
BRIAN DISHELL is the
popular and very talented
pianist now at Caucus Club in
Penobscot Bldg ... across the
street from its former "sister",
London Chop House ... Caucus
Club is now owned by long-time
manager, Jose Acevedo.
BARBARA MOULIN is di-
rector of catering and meetings
at new Hampton House on
Northwestern Hwy.
SEARCH IS ON FOR in-
novative Michigan restaurateurs
who have until April 17 to use
their culinary skills in creating
the best four-course "All-
Michigan Meal" featuring state
products.
Second annual "All-Michigan
Meal" contest ... sponsored by
Michgian Restaurant Associa-
tion, Greater Michigan Founda
tion and AAA Michigan, is de-
signed as part of Michigan
Week festivities, May 17-24 ...
to showcase the state's various
agricultural products and folks
who use their creative juices 'in
serving them ... Entrants must
agree to serve the meal in their
establishments during the week.
Last year's winner was Brian
Polcyn, chef at the Lark restau-
rant . 40 chefs entered the
competition.
Recipes, with no abbrevia-
tions, must be neatly printed or
typed and mailed by midnight
April .17 to ... Michigan State
University, School of Hotel, Res-
taurant and Institutional Man-
agement, 416 Eppley Center,
East Lansing, MI. 48824.
Recipe ingredients can be
fresh, frozen or freeze-dried ...
Top prize for creator or the
"All-Michigan Meal" . is a
weekend for two at a Michigan
resort or $500 in cash ... Each
of the five finalists will receive
a plaque . . . Recipes must in-
clude only Michigan ingredients
for four servings each of a soup,,
vegetable, entree and dessert.
LATEST RESTAURANT to
open is less than two months old
and 'could very well be the

a

only one of its kind in this
region of United States.
El Gaucho opened Feb. 17 on
north side of West Bloomfield
Plaza, Orchard Lake Rd ... in
the area many people tend to
somewhat forget when shopping.
It's just a small place ... with
seating for about 40 or 45 ... at
five booths and five tables ...
but so clean you could probably
eat off the wood floor if neces-
sary.
Owner Ana Orieta does the
authentic, homemade Argenti-
nian and Mexican cooking ...
Daughter Miriam Manuel, is
manager, hostess, waitress, etc.
Lunches and dinners include
favorites from both Argentina
and Mexico ... If people want
Paella, a great Spanish dish, at
least two days advance notice
and Ana will have it ready ...
Paella, with shrimp, lobster,
clams, mussels, crab legs, chic-
ken and about three different
kinds of fish ... served over a
bed of rice ... is also a big taste
bud tanger in the southern part
of Argentina.
El Gaucho is opened
Tuesday-Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9
p.m. ... Friday and Saturday,
11 a.m. to 10 p.m ... and Sun-
day 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.
It is a wonderful dining ex-
perience that brings people back
for more
The smallness of El Gaucho
gives customers an opportunity
to see how very clean this res-
taurant really is ... There's not
a speck of dust anywhere ...
And the Argentinian and Mexi-
can decorations are very
tastefully arranged.
This little restaurant could
very well be the biggest sleeper
around!
SPLIT SECOND police drama
by local gent Dennis McIntyre
opens four-week engagement at
Birmingham Theatre today
through May 4.
It was produced in New York
and reveals the crisis of con-
science experienced by a good
cop in an unthinkable situation.
John Amos, who scored a
great success as Sam in the
Birmingham Theatre production
of Master Harold . . . and the
Boys, returns to star in Split
Second after receiving rave re-
views in the recent Los Angeles
production.
SECOND ANNUAL Julius
Chajes! Music Fund Concert is
this Sunday, 3:30 p.m., in Aaron
DeRoy Theater of Jewish Com-
munity Center ... Concert fea-
tures David Cerone, violinist,
and Paul Schoenfield,
composer-pianist ... with An-
nette Chajes, director.
$15,000 PLUS $1,000 from
the pocket of each owner, Nick
Sorise and John Reaser, makes
$17,000' ... That's how much
was raised by Nicky's Top of
Troy Bldg, at first one last year
. Second annual benefit assist-
ing National Center for Missing
& Exploited Children, is April
21, from 5 p.m ..... with Nick's
good friend, Rick Inatome, prez
of Inacomp Computers, again
donating portable computer ...
Regardless of all the entertain-
ment .. , Angela Kennedy Dan-

cers, magician, dancing to the
wonderful Attractions' and a
very lavish buffet (top heavy
with shrimp), every penny from
the $25 ticket sales goes to
NCMEC ... Even Jay Howell,
national director, will be here
this year ... with Bill Bonds
again emceeing the festivities.
THEN THERE'S the circus
manager who took rather a dim
view of the insignificant shrimp
applying for wild animal trainer
job ... "Aren't you kind of puny
for a guy who has to keep lions;
tigers and leopards at bay?" he
sneered ... "That's the real
secret of my success," said the
applicant. "Those animals keep
waiting for me to grow bigger."

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Youth Symphony
To Have Concert

Four

Metropolitan Youth Sym-
phony will appear at 7:30 p.m.
at Troy High School, 3179
Livernois, on April 19 when it
presents a pops concert. Tickets
will be available at the door.

Play To Open

Murray Schisgal's All Over
Town will open at the Hilberry
Theater at 8 p.m. April 24. Tic-
kets are available at the Hil-
berry box office, 577-2972.

Men To Sing

An octet of singers from the
Men's Glee Club of Wayne State
University will entertain at the
Oak Park Library on Sunday at
7:30 p.m. Admission is free.

stars for
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Business lunches

Fashion lunches

Outside of your
boardroom, Jacques is
the perfect place to
meet. The food and
ambience will serve to
make you a star.

lbday's fashions,
Monday, lbesday,
Thursday,•nd Friday.
Enjoy delicious lunches
and dazzling styles
that'll make you shine.

Romantic dinners

Continental cuisine.
fine wine, and a
secluded table for
two...the rest is in the
stars.

Complete catering

For
reservations call
642.1373
30100 Telegraph
(N. of 12 Mile)

Our gourmet food will
travel to your location.
And we work within
your budget, so you'll
have a four-star affair.

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