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July 11, 1986 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-07-11

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Deli Unique

1967-39991
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS

25290 GREENFIELD North of

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and Teicher, return to Meadow
Brook tonight ... lawn seats
only, $10.
Flutist Jean-Pierre Rampal,
familiar to many because of his
many guest appearances on
NBC's Tonight Show and CBS's
60 Minutes, will perform with
the Detroit Symphony Pops to-
morrow Varujan Kojian will
conduct music by Gershwin and
Tchaikovsky, including the 1812
Overture with cannons ... lawn
seats only, $12.
Evening concerts begin at 8
p.m ... The grounds open at 6
p.m. before all evening perform-
ances for picnicking as well as
full-service and a la carte dining
on Trumbull Terrace.
The grounds are most easily
reached by taking University
Drive exit (79) off 1-75 to Wal-
ton Boulevard or Adams Road
. The pavilion and contoured
lawns surrounding it seats 7,000
people.
SEBASTIAN RESTAU-
RANT AND RAW BAR in
Somerset Mall, W. Big Beaver,
Troy ... is expected to open
middle of August.
TORONTO LOOKSEE ... at
The Champion House Restau-
rant, Ltd ... on Dundas St. W.
... owned by Sofia Ching ... It
has been in the heart of Toron-
to's Chinatown more than 13
years ... and acclaimed for the
finest Peking and Szechuan
cuisine this Ontario city has to
offer.
Sofia left Taiwan as a famous
chef hosting a popular TV cook-
ing show with viewing audience
of more than three million
people.
The Champion Restaurant in
Toronto seats from 150-200 ...
is not fancy ... has very atten-
tive service and excellent food
... Specialties are Peking Duck
and House Shrimp ... but al-
most everything listed on the
large menu is also very tasty.
It is open six days a week,
Wednesday through Monday, 12
noon to 11 p.m. ... accepts all
major credit cards ... serves
cocktails ... and offers a veg-
etarian menu as well.
93-YEAR-OLD Margaret Lee
Crofts, Paul Fromm and Francis
Goelet, received 1986 Gold
Baton Award of American Sym-
phony Orchestra League, June
26 ... Awards were presented at
opening luncheon of league's
annual conference in Westin
Hotel, downtown Detroit.
They were recognized for
exemplary patronage of Ameri-
can composers and American
music •.. . Each has a distin-
guished record of philanthropy
that has encouraged hundreds of
composers and contributed sig-
nificantly to the American orch-
estral repertoire.
The Gold Baton, awarded an-
nually since 1948, is the na-
tion's highest honor for "distin-
guished service" to music and
the arts ... Past winners have
included Leonard Bernstein,
Leopold Stokowski, Aaron Cop-
land, Eugene Ormandy, Arthur
Fiedler, John D. Rockefeller III,
Danny Kaye, Morton Gould and
William Schuman.

.

The American Symphony Or-
chestra League, founded in 1942
•and chartered by Congress in
1962, is a national non-profit
service organization of sym-
phony orchestras and symphony
conduc-
orchestra personnel
tors, managers, musicians, trus-
tees and volunteers ...

Over the long hall, the par-
quet floor got a little hard but
wandering through the bizarre
and wonderful display counters
was fit compensation . . . Even if
you were not hungry, the
Broadway Market was worth a
visit.

LOOKING BACK ..•. on yes-
teryears ... If you owned the
arches of a hod carrier of mortar
and brick, speed of a trackman
and durability of a tank ... you
had all the necessary equipment
to lunch at the Broadway Mar-
ket, Broadway and Grand River.
This venerable institution was
attended by 'Detroit's most cos-
mopolitan clientele ... During
the lunch hour on almost any
given day, the place was
crowded with judges, unem-
ployed day laborers, tycoons,
cops, hard-pressed salesmen
(from either a time or financial
point of view) and all sorts of
people from almost every walk
of life.

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The attractions of the Broad-
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was very quick, if folks were in.
a hurry, and they couldn't get a
better sandwich ... corned beef,
roast beef or what have you, for
less money in Detroit.
Because of this, it was always
crowded but the turnover was so
fast that it took but a few min-
utes to eat ... You may have
been jostled by the crowd
around Kreger's beverage stand
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Regulars at the Broadway
Market were sharply divided
into two categories ... They
rarely spoke to each other.

One faction was composed of
"Do-it-yourselfers" ... This
group purchased one of several
varieties of buns from Janet
Burrows' bakeries (she had
three there) and then went to
Bruno's Delicatessen for roast
beef or cold cuts.

The cost of this delight ran
anywhere from five to eight
cents for the bun and 20 to 40
cents for the meat ... Slap on a
bit of mustard and hot foot it
down to Kreger's.
At Kreger's, they sold three
dozen .kinds of drinks, according
to Mary Jane Kreger, ranging
from coffee and milk to creamed
blueberry drink or a dozen other
fruit drinks.

Another faction staunchly
clung to Lefkofsky's Delicates-
sen where, for a nominal sum,
you could get one of the best
corned beef sandwiches in the
city ... custom tailored by ex-
pert sandwich makers.

If you were the kind of bloke
that though ice cold beer and
corned beef sandwiches were a
delight, then Buck Isrow's little
shop sold you a bottle ... Buck
didn't even mind if you got your
sandwich elsewhere ... he was
the only one that sold beer.
All of this dining was done
from a perpendicular position, a
great aid to the digestion.

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Hors d'oeuvres 4pm-7pm
Dinner 5pm-11pm
Friday & Saturday'til
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midnight
Cocktails'til 2am
Reservations accepted
at 642-2430
30100 Telegraph (north
of 12 mile, next to
Jacques restaurant)

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