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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-08

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Rated Number One By:
Detroit Free Press, Windsor Star,
Metropolitan Detroit, Grosse Pointe
News and Others

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Since
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Danny Raskin

Continued from preceding page

THE JEWISH NEWS
354-6060

•0-11-IE FAMILY
SUGGESTS -11-IA1--
NtiMONAL
CONTRIBUTIONS
BE MADE
TOME
AMERICAN
CANCER
SOCIETY 66

Nuestra cases
es su casa . . . .

— words that mean people
want to honor a loved one
and want to help conquer
cancer. Send a Memorial
Gift to your local
ACS

(My House Is Your House)

3400 Bagley Ave. (A1 23rd Street)'Detroit, MI 48216 • Phone 841-3700

OPEN SEVEN DAYS — from 11 a.m. to 2:30 a.m.

One Of The Nation's Foremost Authentic Mexican Restaurants

"Like being at the finest of Mexico City"

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OYSTER BAR &GRILLP_

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29110 Franklin Rd. • Southfield • 357-4442

ETON STREET STATION
Family Gathering Place
S. ;ton • Birmingham • 647-7774
1403 S Commerce Road, Walled Lake. Mkhigan 624-6660
OFFER YOU FABULOUS DINING IN THREE
DISTINCTIVELY SEPARATE AND CHARMING
ATMOSPHERES . . . AND WITH THIS COUPON INTRODUCES
YOU TO THE BEST DINNER CLUB MEMBERSHIP IN TOWN

245

GOOD NEWS: NORMAN'S RESTAURANTS
ARE pleased to introduce you to their exciting Din-
ner Chill
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS: By joining our din-
ner club, you'll be entitled to 12 complimentary
dinners and/or lunches at any of Norman's
restaurants. It is\ even good for our Sunday Brunch
at Eton St. Station.
With the exception of just 5 holidays, Easter,
Mother's Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New
Year's Eve — you can use your card anytime you
wish up until September 30, 1988. When using
your card you must be accompanied by at least one
guest. Order anything you wish from our extensive
menu of fresh seafood specialties, creative chicken
dishes, fancy pasta combinations, steaks, etc. When
the check comes, 1/2 the food portion is complimen-
tary for a party of two, 1/2 for a party of three, Y4
for a party of four, etc. It's that simple. The member-
ship is also transferable, if you wish to loan it to
a friend. The card may also be used at Norman's
Union Station and Bob & Norms Great American
Steak House in Indianapolis.

NORMAN'S DINNER CLUB is offered to you for
just $48.00, a substantial savings in fine dining.
LIMITED MEMBERSHIP: There are a limited
number of these Dinner Club memberships
available so hurry! Mail back the reply coupon —
or call today!

72

Friday, May 8, 1987

ENTERTAINMENT

NORMAN'S
DINNER CLUB

1

ANOTHER
NEW
restaurant has come to
Oakland County . . . It's called
Key Largo . . . on E. Walled
Lake Drive in Walled Lake .. .
Grand opening party invite has
stars of movie Key Largo, Hum-
phrey Bogart and Lauren
Bacall, on cover . . . The
wonderful Warner Bros. film
also featured Edward G. Robin-
son, Lionel Barrymore and
Claire Trevor.
IF THERE IS A PRO-
FESSOR of gourmet ice
creams in Detroit, it must be
Seymour Greenstein . . . He is
president of Golden Valley
Dairy . . . and responsible for
introducing local residents to
most of the gourmet ice cream

1035 South Adams Rd.
(Office Address)
Birmingham, MI 48008

642-7440

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CITY

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my account
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Walnut in the Drake-Summit
Plaza, takes first place.
Owners Ramon and Vicki
Castaneda cook their own rice,
own fresh beans, make their
own sauces and corn chips.
Only 32 people can be seated
at one time in Old Mexico .. .
with its gray stucco walls,
modern Mexican decor,
tablecloths with plastic tops,
painted stucco pole with Mex-
ican baskets, pottery and dried
peppers . . . small and large pic-
tures on walls, Mexican scene
wall hanging, Mexican pancho,
litho, etc. . . . everything with a
Mexican motif . . . Even the
Yucca plant in corner, which
came from their other location
on Five Mile beween Inkster
and Middlebelt in Livonia,
gives a Mexican touch.
I had a very fresh chicken en-
chilada dinner with refried
beans, guacamole and Mexican
rice . . . very tasty . . . with the
tang of experience.
Remember, this is only a lit-
tle neighborhood restaurant .. .
but good, clean, tasty food in a
very pleasant informal at-
mosphere . . . open kitchen,
small Aztec Indian statues on
tables, baskets with paper
flowers, taped music of Mexico
and Latin America, padded
seat arm chairs . . . all tables,
gray brick around the bottom
portion of restaurant,
streamers over lamp shades to
give a fiesta look . . . In
Acapulco, people at many of the
discotheques are given
streamers to throw.
Ramon himself is from
Monterey, Mexico . . . here since
1957 . . . busboy at Caucus
Club, London Chop House and
Kingsley Inn . . . Then waiter
downstairs at former Mexican
Gardens ten years and Mexican
Village.
He opened his Old Mexico
restaurant in Livonia ten years
ago . . . The Drake-Summit
locale on Walnut and Drake is
former site of defunct Mama
Gallo's.

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products in stores.
Seymour's most recent project
is to acquaint Detroit residents
with a new line of gourmet ice
cream which he is distributing.
The line is Pierre's French Ice
Cream . . . For over 50 years,

the creamy smooth texture,
delicious and refreshing taste of
Pierre's French Ice Cream has
been enjoyed by residents of
Ohio . . . with even the most
discriminating ice cream affi-
coanados delighting in the
seemingly endless list of uni-
que flavors.
Pierre's French Ice Cream,
with its Cleveland home base,
is also marketed in Atlanta,
Ga., Western Pennsylvania and
in North and South Carolina.

AND YOU THOUGHT old-
fashioned movie showmanship
was dead? . . . The Gate, a
supernatural thriller from New
Century/Vista, about three
youths who accidentally stum-
ble upon the "Gate to Hell:'
will make its world debut May
13 for the citizens of Hell .. .
The premiere will be one of a
number of events originating
from Hell, Michigan, a town of
300 souls located 50 miles west
of Detroit.
"The Gate" social calendar in
Hell includes a pre-premiere
barbecue at the Hell Creek
Ranch (with devil's food cake
for dessert), a satellite uplink
from Devil's Den to 33 cities
with cast and crew members
from the special effects-laden
film, a costume parade of
various demons and lost souls,
a national contest to win a trip
to Hell and back and the
premiere itself for the actual
denizens of Hell.
How are motion picture
events like this initiated? .. .
According to New Cen-
tury/Vista, the idea was
generated at a recent
marketing meeting for The
Gate where someone said,
"Wouldn't it be nice if there was
a real place called Hell?" . . . No
sooner was an atlas cracked
open than Hell was discovered
. . . in Michigan . . . As the
story goes, the town was
originally going to be named
Reevesville after a 19th Cen-
tury mill owner named George
Reeves who founded the village
in the 1840s . . . When asked
what he wanted to call the
town, the preoccupied Reeves is
reported to have said, "Call it
Hell if you want to!" . . . And so
Hell was born.
The town is well-known to
American weathermen who
call to ask, "What's the
temperature in Hell today?" . . .
The town souvenir shop also
does a brisk roadside business.
IT'S NO LONGER Kenneth
Cole Shoes at Sugar Tree on Or-
chard Lake Rd. . . . as Tommy
Shey now uses his own name.

ANNUAL RUMMAGE
SALE by Temple Beth El,

Sisterhood is May 14, 9 a.m. to
7 p.m. . . . and May 15, 9 a.m.
to 12 noon . . . Everything from
household items to quality
designer clothing will be sold
. . . No admission charge .. .
with only cost an available
snack bar if wanted . . . For
more info, call Temple Beth El,
851-1100.

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