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October 23, 1987 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-23

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Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon. Thru Thurs.
Closed Sun.
Fri. & Sat. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.

FRI., SAT. & SUN.

SERVING BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

ON ANY OF OUR FRESH
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HOME-MADE COOKING

WITH THIS COUPON
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For Up To 6 People
Also Featuring
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FRIDAY, OCT. 23, 1987



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Key Largo

Continued from preceding page

dishes.
Key Largo's recent seaplane
dinner fly-in was a complete
success . . . with over a dozen
planes from around the state
coming in for lunch . . . in-
cluding a customer in his Bell
Ranger helicopter . . . All in
one fun day.
NO MORE Red Parrot
lounge at Michigan Inn on
J.L. Hudson Drive . . . The
former Dewey's locale that
was turned into a high-
frenzied disco operation has
been closed . . . It will pro-
bably reopen with the
previous Dewey's theme of
live entertainment and much
more class operation . . . The
room will also be given a new
name.
Peter Pappas, general
manager at Michigan Inn,
and Mike Kralevic, director of
sales and marketing, have
both previously worked
together and are good friends.
NORMA JEAN BELL
and the All Stars are appear-
ing Wednesday through
Saturday during October at
the Celebrity Showroom in
Thomas' Crystal Gardens
(former Hillcrest Country
Club), S. Groesbeck, Mt.
Clemens.
CLEANLINESS is always
a thing to look for in
restaurants . . . and Alia's on -
Greenfield north of 11 Mile
continues to maintain a high
health department rating .. .
It'll soar now that there's all
new equipment in the kitchen
. . . Try the chicken kebob
there . . . it's excellent . . .
Owner Ed Farah is also
prideful of his "fresh
boneless, broiled whitefish"
and "fresh boneless, broiled
rainbow trout" among a new
and expanded menu.
NORMANDIE on the
park, serving restaurant
patrons since 1957, has open-
ed its new Balcony Cafe
overlooking the New Center
Park and Music Theater at
Second Ave. and West Grand
Blvd.
The 80-seat cafe is a
canopied, second-level out -
door restaurant located above
the current Normandie Ter-
race Cafe (which will remain
in operation) and adjacent to
the well-known Normandie
Restaurant . . . The balcony
features small bays that pro-
vide intimate seating for in-
dividual tables under a fresh
green awning extending the
length of the cafe . . .
Decorative cross-hatch lattice
trim under each bay accents
the cafe's wood framework.
The new cafe has a full-
service bar and menu selec-
tions from salads and sand-
wiches to pasta and steaks
. . . It is open through Oc-
tober, Monday-Friday, 11:30

a.m.-9 p.m., weather permit-
ting . . . Hours will be extend-
ed to include Saturdays and
Sundays during productions
at the Fisher Theatre.
Henry Warshaw, Norman-
die owner with Art Brooks,
says recent enhancements to
the area's outdoor environ-
ment and the New Center's
re-emergence as a restaurant
and theater district, were key
factors in their decision to
build the Balcony Cafe.
A $4.8 million, federally-
funded program to revitalize
Grand Boulevard from Wood-
ward to the Lodge Ex-
pressway is nearing comple-
tion . . . Nearly a half-million
theaergoers are expected to
attend productions this year
at the Fisher, Michigan
Opera and Attic Theaters,
located a block from the Nor-
mandie.
The Normandie Balcony
Cafe is one of three
restaurants that opened this
month in the New Center
area . . . The new Pegasus in
the Fisher is in the Fisher
Bldg., and Hey Jude's, a
Cheers-type pub, is on
Baltimore between Second
and Third.
Other New Center
restaurants popular with the
theater crowd include: Lelli's,
Hotel St. Regis, Fisher's Up-
town Cafe, Mr. Mike's, What's
on Second? and Gertie's
Garden . . . Further down Se-
cond is the favorite of many,
Mario's.
shopping,
ONE-DAY
sightseeing and dining
adventure is on tap by City of
Southfield, Cultural Art,
Parks and Recreation set for
Dec. 4 . . . on its visit to
Frankenmuth, Mich. . . . Tour
and wine tasting at St. Julian
Winery, lunCheon at noted
Zehnder's Restaurant with
their delicious chicken, and
free time for shopping on
Main Street . . . Then it's
aboard a bus to the Little Red
Shoe House and new Market
Place Outlets with its many
discount stores . . . Last stop
is Bronners, where Christmas
is celebrated 365 days a year
. . . For more info, call Sol
Gelbman, 354-4717.

NEWS 1"'"'''

Jewish Music
Conference Set

New York — Surviving can-
tors and synagogue musi-
cians from pre-Nazi Germany
and Austria will look back on
their lives and their music,
highlighting a two-day con-
ference, "Varied Voices: A
Conference on Jewish
Musical Traditions" at the
Jewish Theological Seminary
of America on Nov. 1-2.

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