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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-15

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movie listings

851-6400

ORCHARD MALL, Orchard Lake Rd. N. of Maple

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Cocktails

,

KEEGO TWIN

Gourmet Oriental-American Food

Whole Maine Lobster
Caesar Salad

This ad will entitle bearer to

ONE FREE ADMISSION

Every day except Saturday
When a second admission is purchased

Mon.-Thurs. 11:30 to 10:30,
Fri. & Sat. 11:30 to 12 Mid. Sun. 4 to 10

VISIT OUR RIKSHAW ON MAIN STREET
AT TEL-12 MALL, Telegraph & 12

Double Feature
"ABOUT LAST NIGHT" (R)
Shown with
"BACK TO SCHOOL" (PG-13)



Double Feature
"RUNNING SCARED" (R)
Shown with
"HAUNTED HONEYMOON" (PG)

NO PASSES OR COUPONS
THIS PROGRAM

Restaurant

AT APPLEGATE SQUARE
Northwestern Hwy. at Inkster Rd.
Southfield
Dining and Cocktails
For Dinner Reservations: 353-2757

EARLY DINNER SPECIALS

Served 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., Mon. Thru Fri.
• BROILED FRESH BOSTON SCROD Almondine
• SAUTEED CHICKEN BREAST With
Fettucine and Pesto Cream Sauce
• MESS OF DEEP-FRIED FRESH SMELTS
• FLEUR DE LYS SALAD

'695

Salad Includes Soup and Beverage
All Entrees Except Salad Include:
Soup, Salad, Potato, Fresh.Vegetables, Bread Basket
. . . AND COFFEE, TEA OR MILK

WE SERVE THE BEST! YOU PAY LESS!

ENTERTAINMENT
ADS
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Call

The Jewish News
Advertising Dept.

354-6060

IMPORTANT! OUR FOOD IS FRESH & HOMEMADE!

FAMILY RESTAURANT

22740 WOODWARD Just South of 9 Mile
Ferndale • OPEN 7 DAYS • 544-7933
I YOUR CHOICE OF GREEK OR TOSSED SALAD
AT NO EXTRA CHARGE WITH REG. OR 8-COURSE MEALS!

• BREAKFAST, LUNCH & DINNER •
OPEN MENU WITH REGULAR AND 8-COURSE DINNERS

• FRESH BROILED FISH • CHICKEN • TURKEY • VEAL • BAR-B-I1 RIBS • BABY BEEF LIVER • FROG LEGS
• N.Y. SIRLOIN • CHOPPED SIRLOIN • JUMBO SHRIMP • ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF • ETC. • ETC. • ETC. • ETC.

SOMETHING FOR
EVERYBODY!

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REG. MEAL INCLUDES: CHOICE OF SALAD (Reg.
or Greek). POTATO OR VEGETABLE OR
SPAGHETTI. GREEK BREAD AND STICKS

CHILDRENS MENU

TOP QUALITY FOOD
AT LOW PRICES SINCE 1954!

B-COURSE MEAL INCLUDES: JUICE OR SOUP, CHOICE OF
SALAD, POTATO, VEGETABLE, GREEK BREAD & STICKS,
COFFEE OR TEA, CHOICE OF DESSERT (Strawberry
Cheesecake, Butter Pecan or Vanilla Ice Cream, Rice
Pudding or Jelin)

'75080 SOUTHFIELD AT 10 MILE

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SPECIALIZING IN NORTHERN & SOUTHERN ITALIAN CULINARY ARTISTRY

GARY ROSE AND HIS
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STROLLING TRIO

MON., WED., THURS.,
FRI. , AND SAT.

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ENTIRE RESTAURANT NOW AVAILABLE SUNDAYS
FOR ALL OCCASIONS AT ANY TIME!

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Friday, August 15, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

DANNY RASKIN

On Orchard Lake at Cass Lake Rd.
1 1/2 Miles West of Telegraph
682-1900

Carry-Out And
Delivery Services

(Shrimp, Crabmeat, Artichoke Hearts,
Mushrooms, Hearts of Palm, Louie Sauce)

BEST OF EVERYTHING

J

AMONG VERY FEW
things that remain the same
after extensive remodeling in
lounge at Kingsley Inn on
Woodward is its piano bar and
screen, still sometimes used for
sing-a-longs by patrons.
Lounge was three months in
stage of modernizing . . .
finished June . . . with brass
rails above the bar, wall paint-
ings, huge wine rack behind
bar,_ covered by etched glass
doors.
Chairs and booths are same
upholstery . . . also bar stools
. . . in what is now an intimate,
cozy room . . . No more opening
from lounge to dining room .. .
It has been closed and mir-
rored.
Angela Primo of the noted
Primo family, entertains
through Friday, 5. p.m. to 8
p.m. . . . and played for us the
first song she ever learned .. .
Ain't She Sweet . . . from Uncle
George Primo when only two
years old.
Angela is doing her first solo
piano bar engagement in many
years . . . and is one of the orig-
inal eight Primo children
famous during the '60s .. .
Angela and her brother
Angelo, now doing the score for
a John Candy film, are still in
the music business.
With their father, Antonio,
the Primo children appeared
on the Ed Sullivan Show and
played Las Vegas and Tahoe.
Angela is now also partner
in a Pleasant Ridge recording
studio . . . composing and pro-
ducing numerous radio com-
mercials and industrial films
and programs . . . At one time,
she used to play at the piano
bar of Nifty Norman's in
Commerce Lake.
Dave Henning is on Monday
and Tuesday from 8 p.m. til
1:30 a.m.. . . and Bob Elliott at
the same hours Wednesday
through Saturday.
Dinner in the Empire Room
was superb . . . as Charlie Du-
bin, who is beginning 19th
year at Kingsley, wafts his
beautiful background
keyboard magic with relaxed
deftness Tuesday through
Saturdays.
High paded burgundy booth
was class setting for an excel-
lent dinner . . . with prelude of
garlic toast and fresh cold car-
rots, celery, onions and
radishes.
Then the wondrous shrimp
bisque made at Kingsley .. .
followed by Dino Negru, res-
taurant manager and maitre d'
making a beautiful Caesar
salad at tableside . . . which we
tastefully devoured with a dry
and alive Jaboulet Vercherre
Pouilly-Fuissel.
Glass plates are used . . .
placed upon pewter underplat-
ters from the Nick Takis days
. . . with Kingsley Inn's crest
. . . There are three dining
rooms . . . The Hill, The Em-
pire and The Crown . . . We
dined in The Empire Room
with its long burgundy drapes,
burgundy booths, well-spaced
tables and chairs and chan-
deliers imported from Vienna.

Then Dino deboned tableside
our fresh pieces of Dover sole
and sturgeon . . . The Dover
sole is flown in daily by Kings-
ley . . . and has a taste all its
own . . . so light, tender and
elegantly delicious . . . The
sturgeon, served with bernaise
sauce, is a heavier texture, but
-truly a classic fish . . . Many
former steak eaters have
turned to sturgeon whenever it
is available.
Wine with the fishes was a 'L
delicate bouquet Voudray by
Frederick Waldman & Sons. (
We passed up the scrumpti-
ous dessert cart that made
many eyes in the room bulge
. . . But not a Napoleon Camus
cognac in warmed glass that
capped the evening with a fine
cigar.
Our waitress, Ann Oullette,
was patient, efficient and most
personable . . . She brought us
memories of when she was at
the Sheraton-Cadillac
downtown with Executive
Chef Mark Schmidt and Cater-
ing Manager Herman
Schwartz . . . Ann also worked
at the Standard Club when it
was at the Sheraton-Cadillac
. . . She has been at Kingsley
six years . . . eight years at
Sheraton-Cadillac.
Tom Feckov, captain, and
Dino together speak about
nine languages . . . and often
call each other over to inter-
pret when foreign persons
come_ into Kingsley.
Tom has been at Kingsley 12
years . . . and previously ran
the Motor Bar at Sheraton-
Cadillac . . . plus working the
Standard Club.
Dino was part of the team
that opened Northfield Hilton
. . . and stayed there five years
. . . then one-and-a-half years
at Knollwood Country Club .. .
and four years at Kingsley.
The Old World look of re-
fined gracefulness is a
trademark at Kingsley Inn .. .
founded by Nick Takis . . . and
opened:in 1948.
This September, Kingsley
Inn will add another new look
. . . its west wing . . . the hotel
will have 70 additional rooms
and suites plus new enclosed
pool replacing one being torn
out . . . whirlpool and new out-
door courtyard.
LITTLE OLD HOUSE
stands on the corner of Pitt and
Janette in Windsor . . . built in
the 1880s and solid as a rock
. . . It was originally a home
owned by Hiram Walker . .
then a four-plex . . . and after
being completely gutted, a lit-
tle authentic French restau
rant with just 36 seats.
It's called Maddie's ..
opened July 23 . . . so very cozy,
quaint and most interesting
. . . It hasn't been discovered
yet by too many . . . but the in-
timate little restaurant serves
only authentic French cuisine
. . . In fall, it will be expanded
to two rooms with an addi-
tional 30 or so more seats.
MARY SCHWARTZ
grandmother of Gary
Schwartz, owner of new
McDonald's eatery on Green-

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