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January 08, 1988 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-08

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I BEST OF EVERYTHING I

CARL

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0011-- E FAMILy
SUGGESTS THAT
MEMORIAL
CONTR1BL 1T1ONS
BE MADE
TOME
AMERICAN
CANCER
'SOCIETY 04

CHOP
HOUSE

3020 Grand River
833-0700
Free Parking
Nationally known for serving 4-H Prize Blue Ribbon
Steak and Chops. Finest Seafood and Liquors.
Private Dining Rooms for Banquets and Parties
Serving daily from 11:30 — Sunday from 2 p.m.

DANCING NOW!!

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT WED. THRU SAT.

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Dining & Spirits

(Former Location of Dimitri's of Southfield)

25080 SOUTHFIELD RD. AT 10 MILE •

ENTRANCE IN REAR •

Monday Thru Friday 11 a.m. to 12 Mid.

443-1800

Saturday 4 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Specializing In FRESH SEAFOOD . . . plus Steaks, Chops, Veal, etc.

BANQUET FACILITIES AVAILABLE ANY DAY FOR ALL OCCASIONS

Dine at
La Rotisserie
and half your meal is
on the house

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Limited time offer. Expires January 30.

We'd like to invite you to the pleasures of dining at La Rotisserie, and to do it
we're offering an incentive: 50% off the price of your meal, for a limited time.
It's an opportunity to sample the delights of one of the city's best restaurants for a
fraction of our regular prices. Superb service. An elegant setting. Ambrosia from
the kitchen of Chef Jeff Azer—duck a l'orange, veal with lobster, salmon en filo,
chateaubriand and more. It's a dining experience you literally can't afford to miss.

HALF OFF COUPON

Offer goodwith coupon only.
Offer expires January 30th, 1988. Offer not valid in
conjunction with any other discount program.

Present this coupon when you pay your bill at La Rotisserie and we
will reduce it by 50%. This does not apply to alcoholic beverages, tax
or gratuities. Closed Sundays.
Coupon valid for up to 4 persons.

Jacket requested. Reservations recommended.
Call 593-1234.

HYATT REGENCYCPEARBORN

JN

54

In the Hyatt Regency Dearborn, Fairlane Town Center, near
Southfield Freeway and Michigan Avenue.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1988

This New Hotel
Has View From Bath

W

hat a life . . . tak-
ing a regular bath,
shower or jacuzzi
. . . and watching your
favorite program on
television.
Folks who stay in one of
three executive suites get the
jacuzzi, while the other four
have to settle for "just" bath
and shower . . . at the new
Radisson Suite Hotel . . . on
Grand River and Halstead
near Ten Mile Road in Farm-
ington Hills.
But a television is in all
seven of the deluxe suite
bathrooms . . . Guess you
couldn't ask for much more
comfort.
Kathy Mooney, former food
and beverage director at
Sheraton Oaks in Novi, is the
very competent general
manager at Radisson Suite.
There are 133 two-room
suites . . . with all having
television in both the sitting
room and bedroom.
The beautiful edifice going
over so big opened Nov. 7 of
1987 . . . and expects to have
its grand opening Jan. 19 of
this year.
All executive suites are
named after women leaders
. . . and there are mainly
women at top jobs in the
Radisson Suite of Farmington
Hills operation.
Plus Kathy, and her very
capable executive secretary,
Pam Oliver; Pat Kilner is
director of sales; Abby Levin-
sky, sales manager; Kathleen
Bowman, sales coordinator;
and Julie _Head, front desk
manager. •
A couple of men "snuck in"
and hold key posts at
Radisson Suite . . . Greg
Ryan, accounting manager
and Scott Mondock, mainte-
nance engineer head.
The restaurant at Radisson
Suite Hotel is operated by the
very fine Periwinkle's of
Brighton . . . There is seating
for 90 plus a lounge for 45
more with daily piano
entertainment.
Periwinkle's at Radisson
Suite Hotel is open 6 a.m. to
10:30 a.m. for breakfast, 11
a.m. to 2 p.m. for lunch, and
5 p.m. to 12 midnight for
dinner.
Radisson Suite of Farm-
ington Hills joins Radisson
Plaza of Southfield in bring-
ing a great name to both
communities.
PROBABLY best kept
secret in local culinary circles
is Mark Kuzman, executive

chef at West End Restaurant
of Somerset Inn, W. Big
Beaver, Troy.
He is a member of the
Michigan team that will com-
pete in the big International
Culinary Olympics at
Frankfurt, Germany this
year.
You won't find many better
waiters than Henry Wing .. .
and Elizabeth LaFrance is
the perfect, always-smiling
and happy hostess . . . Folks
like Henry and Elizabeth are
the kind you want to start off
your meal . . . They make
that certain difference.
DATE OF Keith Famie
leaving Chez Raphael in Novi
is Feb. 1.
He has already resigned his
position after six years .. .
to open Les Auteurs, An Am-
erican Bistro, former home of
the Royal Oak Music Theatre
. . . in beautifully renovated
Washington Square Plaza.
GOOD Managers Dept. . . .
Diane Barreto and Jody
Grisby, co-managers at Rossi's
On The Park, Madison Ave. in
downtown Detroit . . . effi-
cient and polite.
JACK MORRIS, who
recently signed for the largest
contract ever by the Detroit
Tigers, pitched his New Year's
Eve tent at Ginopolis', 12
Mile and Middlebelt . . .
Radisson Plaza on Nor-
thwestern was like a
restaurateur's convention
News Year's Eve . . . with
Mike Watzman, former owner
of Be My Guest; Sam Ler-
man, Ben & George boss; Ned
Lenhart, Balloon head man;
Herman Yagoda, previous top
gent at Basin Street, who will
soon open another spot; and
Mike Kuchersky, Sunrise
Cafe.
AMONG MY wishes for
1988, I hoped for Cullen
Meathe to double his fleet of
18 new stretch Cady limos
. . . but neglected to remind
folks that he owns Statewide
Limousine Service, a five
generation operation used by
show biz stars when they
come here.
MORE WISHES for
1988 . . .
THAT people who put
ashes in coffee cups are serv-
ed their coffee in ash trays.
THAT waitpersons put a
card with their names on it
when waiting on tables so
customers can refer to them
properly instead of "Mr.,"
"Miss" or even the obnoxious
"Hey" . . . Also not a bad idea
that every waitperson puts
his or her name on tabs.

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