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November 20, 1987 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-20

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BEST OF EVERYTHING]

PARTY AT
BROWNIES-ON-THE-LAKE

OUR DINING ROOM
WITH BANDSTAND & DANCE FLOOR
IS AVAILABLE FOR
YOUR PRIVATE EVENT

Broadway Deli

Up To 150 Persons

NO CHARGE FOR ROOM

Call Us At

771-4414

24420 E. Jefferson, St. Clair Shores, Detroit, Mich. 48080

Together,
there's so much
good we can do.

THE ONLY THING YOU'LL MISS
AT A THANKSGIVING DINNER
AT MERIWETHER'S
IS DOING THE DISHES.

MERIWETHER'S THANKSGIVING DAY DINNER

12:00-8:00 p.m.
$9.95 per person ($4.95 for Children).
Sure, we're serving fresh turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and all the trimmings
you'd expect on a traditional Thanksgiving table, including pumpkin pie and your
choice of beverage!
Or select from our holiday menu. It's a bountiful harvest from land and sea. Hosted
by our attentive, friendly staff.
All at a price you can really be thankful for. Oh yes,...forget about the dishes! For
reservations, call today.

Nieriwethee's

25485 Telegraph Road, Southfield, MI 48034
358-4950

s iNo ' 926

RIALTO

RESTAURANT
RUT

22740 WOODWARD AVE Just South of 9 Mile Rd. • Ferndale
544-7933
OUR FAMOUS DAILY SPECIALS ALSO 2 FOR 1!

MONDAY — STUFFED CABBAGE
WEDNESDAY — TENDERLOIN TIPS
TUESDAY — BAKED CHICKEN With Rice THURSDAY — CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE

COMPLETE DINNERS
ALL DAY, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

2 FOR 1

S
7 DAY
WEEK!
GO A 'D

YOUR CHOICES OF ANY COMPLETE DINNER!











FRESH BROILED WHITEFISH
FRESH PICKEREL
ORANGE ROUGHY
FRESH FISH & CHIPS
FRESH ROASTED TURKEY
CHICKEN PARMESAN
VEAL PARMESAN
VEAL CUTLETS
BAR-B-Q RIBS

COCKTAILS, BEER AND
WINE

OUR REGULAR HOURS ARE:
MON.-THURS. 10:30 a.m.-10 p.m.
FRI. & SAT. 10:30 a.m.-11 p.m
SUN. 8 a. . 10 q m











BAR-B-Q CHICKEN
BAR-B-Q RIBS & CHICKEN
BAR-B-Q RIBS & SHRIMP
BAR-B-Q CHICKEN & SHRIMP
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF
CHOPPED SIRLOIN WIMUSHROOM SAUCE
SHISH KEBOB
LIVER & ONIONS OR BACON
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.

COMPLETE DINNERS

S 95

FOR TWO!

— ALL DINNERS INCLUDE —

SOUP OR SALAD (TOSSED OR GREEK), POTATO
(YOUR CHOICE) OR SPAGHETTI, DESSERT
(STRAWBERRY CHEESECAKE, ICE CREAM, RICE
PUDDING OR JELLO), BREAD BASKET (INCL.
STICKS) AND BEVERAGE (COFFEE OR HOT TEA).

NO. CARRY-OUT ORDERS ON THIS SUPER SPECIAL • NO COUPON NECESSARY!

76

FRIDAY. NOV. 20. 19

Continued from preceding page
luck to Karyn Steward on her
new job at University of
Michigan Hospital. She's
researching her little heart
out. Engagements are con-
tagious. Richard Broder to
Lisa Shotz, Bil Mazer to Deb-
bie Schwartz, Steve Arbit to
my cousin Edie Goodman.
Good luck and mazel toy to
all!
Looking forward to the holi-
day season. Good friends San-
dy (Morof) and Steven Katz-
man will be coming home
from Des Moines, Iowa to
visit."
SCHEDULE of fashion
shows by Leah Marks now ex-
tends to evening weekdays at
restaurants and niteries
about town . . . She'll show
European collections of
women and mens clothing
and jewelry Tuesdays and
Fridays, 5 to 7 p.m., in the
Lobby Bar and Tangos at Rad-
dison Plaza Hotel on North-
western Hwy. . . . plus
Wednesdays, 5 to 7 p.m., in
Rotunda Lounge and Prelude
revolving bar of Hyatt Regen-
cy Dearborn.
WHILE A FLUTE and
harp played in the center of
Southfield Pavillion, about 35
restaurants, food and wine
operations, plus numerous
premier chefs gave elegant
samplings of hot and cold
hors d'oeuvres, entrees,
desserts, pastries, wine
tasting, etc. recently by City
of Southfield and Michigan
Chefs de Cuisine . . . Was
their "Michigan The Boun-
tiful" lavish food tasting in
an afternoon of epicurean
delights to benefit the
Michigan Chefs de Cuisine
Association scholarship fund
for culinary arts students and
assist in their studies toward
being accredited by the Amer-
ican Culinary Federation.
As Matt Prentice, owner of
Sebastian's, as well as both
Deli Uniques and Cafe Jar-
din, put it, "If I can help just
one person go to culinary
school, my time, efforts and
food contributions were well
worth being there. I knew the
feeling and desire without
money." . . . Matts shrimp
with mustard fruit went
quickly . . . As did Milos
Cihelka's Golden Mushroom
offering of whitefish (with ap-
ple horseradish) smoked that
day in the smokehouse addi-
tion in back of Golden
Mushroom.
Miniature pastries and
brownies by Paula Christ's
Baker's Loaf were sensational
. . . as was the veal Zurich
with spaetzel by the Bijou;
pumpkin soup by Restaurant
Duglass; Savino's pumpkin
ice cream and ices; apple
lasagna of Restorante di
Modesta; Machus tortes,

smoked tenderloin with a
seven-spice butter sauce by
Radisson Plaza at Town
Center; blackened shrimp
from The Benchmark; Jac-
ques' escargot; lemon sole
stuffed with crabmeat from
Kingsley Inn; strawberry
crepes from Norm's Oyster
Bar . . . etc. etc. etc.
The chefs each offered
specialties for guests to sam-
ple . . . and whoever went
away hungry was too lazy to
walk around and see the very
sumptuous delights.
THE DETROIT-BASED
Michigan Opera Theatre con-
cludes its fall season at Fisher
Theatre with Ibny Award-
winning Broadway operetta,
Kismet, the Arabian musical
fantasy, for a limited engage-
ment of 18 performances
beginning tonight.
Kismet was first conceived
by Edwin Lester of the Los
Angeles Civic Light Opera,
and presented on Aug. 17,
1954 . . . It is riddled with the
now famous tunes of
"Stranger In Paradise,"
"Baubles, Bangles and
Beads," "And This Is My
Beloved," "Not Since
Nineveh," "Rhymes Have I"
and "Night Of My Nights."
The excellent musical open-
ed on Broadway, Dec. 3, 1953,
in the midst of a New York
newspaper strike, a jinx that
repeated itself in 1955 when
the musical opened in London
. . . the original Broadway
cast starred Alfred Drake,
Joan Diener, Doretta Morrow
and Richard Kiley, and was
lauded by the public and
press (after the strike) as best
musical of the season.
Back in 1911, Kismet first
emerged as a play by Edward
Knoblock and was an enor-
mous success in London and
then throughout the United
States . . . The drama was
soon made into a "silent film"
in 1920, followed by a "talk-
ing picture" version in 1930
. . . In 1944, the play was pro-
duced again on film, this time
starring Ronald Colman and
Marlene Dietrich in
technicolor . . . The last movie
version was of the musical
itself, produced in 1955 with
then new cinemascope, starr-
ing Howard Keel, Ann Blyth,
Dolores Gray and Vic
Damone.
J.C. HEARD, jazz drum-
mer who has played with
many of the greats in show
business, now fronts his
13-piece orchestra at Holiday
Inn, Southfield on Monday
evenings . . . His appearance
coincides with the release of
J.C.'s latest album, "Some of
This — Some of That" .. .
Cover charge is $5.

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