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May 06, 1988 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-06

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I LISTENING POST I

SUNDAY BRUNCH AT THE ROYAL EAGLE
IN OLD WORLD ELEGANCE

Six-Course Gourmet Brunch Table Service

11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

• Choice of Bloody Mary, Mimosa, Screwdriver or Juice
• Fruit Cup
• Choice of Egg Dish, Cheese Blintzes or Herring
• Sorbet
• Entree — Choice of Five Weekly Changing Selections
• Dessert

$7 95 Children 8 and under

$ 12 95 Adults

Sunday Dinner 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. • Wed. Thru Sat. Dinner 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. • Reservations Suggested • Closed Mon. & Tues.

THE ROYAL EAGLE

SEBASTIAN'S

RESTAURANT/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
Medallions of Tenderloin with Michigan Morels
Crabcakes Served on an English Muffin with Poached Egg & Lime Hollandaise,
Warm Duck Salad with Strawberries, Apples, Pistachios & Cranberry Vinaigette

FOURTH COURSE

(Choose One)

Warm House Baked Sour Cream Coffee Cake
Frangelico Creme Brulee

Prix Fixe

$

18 9 5 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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SEBASTIAN'S

of Oak Park

of West Sfoontfleld

2745 West Big Beaver at Coolidge, Troy, in Somerset Mall

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FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1988

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

1415 Parker, 1 BIk. E. of Van Dyke & 2% Blks. N. of Jefferson • In Historic Indian Village • 331.8080

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Opera Prop Assists
City Of Hope Event

T

he magnificent back-
drop from "Lucia di
Lammermoor" produc-
tion put on couple of years ago
by Michigan Opera Theatre
served as the stage setting for
another grand Leah Marks
Fashion Show production .. .
The elegant setting was
chosen by Leah and John
Finck, public relations direc-
tor of MOT . .-. from its 35,000
square foot warehouse.
The show followed a
cocktail hour . . . and opened
festivities in honoring Frank
Stella at the "Spirit of Life"
Award dinner-dance by
Detroit Chapter, City of Hope,
at Hyatt Regency Dearborn.
Leah's as usual excellent
fashion show highlighted the
glamorous, fashionable and
practical wares of John
Darakjian Jewelers, Kosins
Clothes and Ray & Ida
garments . . . Hair-styling for
the models was by Mariomax
and Tamara Institute de
Beaute did their stage
makeup.
About 800 people (President
Mark Saffer said many had to
be turned away) saw the ex-
cellent show with its
glamorous long runway
which does so much in the
making of a fine production.
Over 800 is an amazing
amount of people for a Tues-
day eve . . . and although Tom
Monaghan of Domino's Pizza
and Mike Ilich of Little
Caesar's Pizza were among
the attendees, the evening's
menu by Hyatt Regency Ex-
ecutive Chef Dominick Buf-
fone, was on the gourmet side
. .. seafood cannoli, regency
salad (various greens served
with raspberry vinaigrette),
duet dish of salmon in phyllo
dough and petit filet in phyllo
dough and chocolate
Bavarian creme with mocha
sauce.
The evening was a fine one
. . . with entertainment by
funny mixed-up verbiage of
Norm Crosby murdering the
English language, and big
band of Joe Vitale for
dancing.
Over $150,000 proceeds
from the "Spirit of Life" ban-
quet went toward a Frank D.
Stella Research Fellowship at
the City of Hope in Duarte,
Calif.
ONCE WASN'T enough for
Cindy and barrister Robert
Gittleman . . . so the happy
couple of eight years recently
reaffirmed their marital vows
before Judge Stanley Kazul at

Romaniks on Orchard Lake
Rd. . . . Very romantic.
CONGRATS . . . to Pauline
and Ruby Samson . . . on
their 49th anniversary.
FIRE THAT razed Market
Street Shoppes on North-
western Hwy. took its toll of
stores there . . . causing clos-
ings and movings . . . First to
return is Goldenberg
Photography which reopened
last Tuesday.
RECENT dinner-dance for
about 100 folks at Lelli's by
Phi Delta Epsilon medical
fraternity of Wayne State
University honored Dr. Mor-
ris Brent for his 60-year
membership . . . Son Dr.
Robert Brent was
acknowledged as a second-
generation member . . . Bob's
son-in-law, Dr. Edward Levin,
married to his daughter
Carol, is a third-generation
member.

IT'S BACK to the
hometown from New York for
ex-localite Sydney Cash . . .
but just for eshort while as
he exhibits his sculpture at
Habitat Galery in Lathrup
Village, May 14 to June 2.
Syd attended Cass Tech, is
a Wayne State U. grad and
recipient of a National En-
dowment for the Arts
Fellowship . . . His parents,
Bernice and Sam Cash,
former Oak Parkers, will also
make the trip here from Los
Angeles to be at the opening
and visit family and friends.
PROUD PARENTS Dept.
. . . Bebe and Irving Field .. .
Son, Dr. Phillip Jay Field, bet-
ter known as "PJ," now prac-
ticing veterinary medicine in
New York, passed the
veterinary medical boards in
California on his birthday in
January . . . He is licensed to
practice in Michigan, New
York and California . . .
Phillip takes care of Dr.
Henry Kissinger's dog.
Their son-in-law, Dr.
Abraham Romanowsky, liv-
ing in Mexico for many years,
is a specialist in prosthetic
dentistry . . . made the move
to San Diego and also com-
pleted the dental boards in
February . . . He is now a
member of the American
Dental Assoc.
In March, daughter Carole
.Helene passed the California
boards . . . and is now a cer-
tified marriage, family and
child therapist . . . plus being
in demand for radio and TV
commercials. Bebe and Irving
plan to move to California .. .
and help celebrate the good
fortunes of their children.

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