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April 29, 1988 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-29

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BEST OF EVERYTHING

22740 WOODWARD AVE., Just South of 9 Mile Rd. • Ferndale

worwl,

544-7933

The Benchmark

Continued from preceding page

ALSO COMPLETE DINNERS
FOR SINGLES FROM $4.75

FROM $795

DAILY SPECIALS 2 FOR 1 ALL
AND
FULL SINGLES MENU
DINNERS INCLUDE: SOUP OR SALAD, (TOSSED OR

COCKTAILS
BEER
WINE

HOURS:

GREEK) POTATO (YOUR CHOICE) OR SPAGHETTI,

Mon.-Thurs. 10:30-10 DESSERT (STRAWBERRY CHEESECAKE, ICE CREAM,
Fri. & Sat. 10:30-11 RICE PUDDING OR JELLO) BREAD BASKET (INCL.
Sun. 8 a.m.-10 p.m. STICKS) AND BEVERAGE (COFFEE OR HOT TEA).

SEBASTIAN'S

R ESTA UR ANT /R AW BAR

MOTHER'S DAY
CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH

On SUNDAY, MAY 8 Sebastian's will be open
for both brunch and dinner.
Brunch will be a four-course affair with a complimen-
tary glass of champagne for each adult. Brunch will be
served from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The menu will be:

FIRST COURSE

Selection of Juices
A Basket of House Baked Danish, Muffins and Croissants
Fresh Strawberries with Kirsch
Coffee or Tea

SECOND COURSE

(Choose One)

Sauteed Duck Liver with Papaya and Shallots
Warm Brioche Stuffed with Scrambled Eggs, Lox and Chives
Sauteed Norwegian Salmon Cakes with Corn Sauce
Grilled Breast of Amish Hen with Papaya Chili Salsa

THIRD COURSE

(Choose One)

Choice of Omelette: Ratatouille, Cheese, or Caviar and Sour Cream
Medalions of Tenderloin with Michigan Morels
Crabcakes Served on an English Muffin with Poached Egg & Lime Hollandaise
Warm Duck Salad with Strawberries, Apples, Pistachios & Cranberry Vinaigrette

FOURTH COURSE

(Choose One)

Warm House Baked Sour Cream Coffee Cake
Frangelico Creme Brulee

Prix Fixe

$ 18 95 per person

Special Children's Menu $9.95 (under 12)
At Night, Our Regular Menu Will Be Served.
Call 649-6625 To Make Reservations.

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UNIQUE

SEBASTIAN'S

of Oak Park

of West Blootellekl

2 745 West Big Beaver at Coolidge, Troy, in Somerset Mall

busboy continually changes
ash trays and makes certain
the water glasses are filled
. . . The waiters and captains
wear black bowties with their
tuxes.
A rolling cart is brought
with fresh fruits and pastries,
explained in detail by Fenton
. . . Then Ed brings another
rolling carte to flambe'
Spanish coffee . . . Mark
brings still another rolling
cart with a bevy of after-
dinner liqueurs and cognacs
. . . Each is described by him
with an elegant presentation
. . . My warm Martel Extra
cognac was soft and aromatic
. . . a wonderful after-dinner
drink.
The the Benchmark tradi-
tion . . . a long-stemmed rose
for each lady . . . the culmina-
tion of a very fine evening.
General manager Claudio
Nadini and wife Azza make a
beautiful couple.
Ronny Phillip expresses
himself at the piano with soft
dinner music in a wide reper-
toire Tuesday thru Saturday.
Michigan Inn remains a
classic, all-purpose hotel .. .
with its complete health club,
indoor and outdoor heated
swimming pools, aerobic and
exercize rooms, tennis courts,
saunas, 412 guest rooms and
suites, outdoor putting green,
etc.
The kitchen serving Michi-
gan Inn's mammoth banquet
capacity, room service and
two restaurants, is huge .. .
one of the largest anywhere
. . . and so very clean.
Its security system is ex-
cellent . . . with guards man-
ning about six' or more
monitors 24 hours daily .
and cameras overlooking the
parking lots, lobbies,
restaurants and halls.
The Benchmark Restau-
rant overlooks a little bridge,
pond, tennis courts, etc. .. .
Its service is absolutely im-
peccable . . . certainly among
the finest anywhere . . . Those
who have been to the Bench-
mark laud both the service
and food.
It is an experience of char-
ming grace.
PHIL MARCUS ESSER
and Barbara Bredius will be
at Wiley E. Groves High
School Auditorium . . . this
Sunday, 7 p.m. . . . in a benefit
concert for Alzheimer's
Disease . . . They'll be joined
by good friends Ron Coden,
Sheri Nichols, Charlie
Latimer, Josh White Jr., and
other local personalities to
present the third annual
"Love Song — A Concert
From The Heart."
All the performers and
musicians have volunteered
their talents to benefit the
ADRA (Alzheimer's Disease

and Related Disorders
Association) Detroit chapter.
The evening's entertain-
ment will be a tribute to Reva
Shwayder and Lou Gothelf,
special guests of the concert,
and subjects of the Academy
Award-winning film, "Young
At Heart."
Wiley E. Groves High
School is at 13 Mile Road and
Evergreen.
SIX MONTHS AGO,
Ahmed Awad received a
healthy 96 percent rating by
the Oakland County Health
Department for the
cleanliness at his Gallery
Restaurant on 10 Mile just
east of Evergreen . . . He's
looking for an even higher
score this time when they
come again soon . . . In
August, it'll be two years
since Ahmed took over as new
owner of the Gallery on 10
Mile . . . tossing out all
canned foods to concentrate
strictly on home cooking.
THE WONDERFUL Mad-
rigals and Woodwinds
directed by Nina Machus, will
be among entertainment per-
forming intermittently dur-
ing Cranbrook Kingswood
School's Le Gala de Cuisine's
10th birthday celebration .. .
this Sunday, 3 to 7 p.m. . . . at
the Cranbrook Road site.
Culinary magic will be
created by more than 40 of
the local area's top chefs .. .
offering gourmands a chance
to feast on varieties of food
specialties as they enjoy con-
tinuous musical, dancing and
vocal entertainment.
Nina's Madrigals and Wood-
winds are highlights in
themselves . . . and wonderful
feasts for the ears.
REMEMBER... Mother's
Day is a week from this Sun-
day . . . May 8.
ED JANOS, executive chef
at the Money Tree downtown,
considered among the finest,
will be the new head chef at
Novi's Chez Raphael in about
a month.

LOCAL NEWS 1'1

Cantors To Be
Honorary Fellows

New York — Twenty-four
chazzanim will be inducted as
honorary fellows of the Can-
tors Institute of the Jewish
Theological Seminary at an
academic convocation of the
seminary Sunday. They in-
clude: Sherman Kirshner of
Cong. B'nai Israel of West
Bloomfield and Max Shiman-
sky of Cong. Beth Achim.
Installation of officers will
take place Wednesday. Chaim
Najman of Cong, Shaarey
Zedek will be reinstalled as
secretary.

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