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May 06, 1988 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-06

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[BEST OF EVERYTHING

MOTHER'S DAY SPECIALS AT CHICK 'N RIBS

THIS SUNDAY, MAY 8

ROSE
PIECE OF CAKE FOR ALL MOTHERS
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QUALITY AND CONSISTENCY IS OUR PRIORITY!

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FROM $72, 5.

544-7933

ALSO COMPLETE DINNERS
FOR SINGLES FROM $4.75

DAILY SPECIALS 2 FOR 1 AND
FULL SINGLES MENU
ALL 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).

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Express your loving apprecia-
tion to Mom at the Michigan
Inn on Mother's Day.
The very special festivities
begin at 11..00 a.m. Sunday,
May 8, with our outstanding
brunch, which includes a com-
plementary glass of champagne.
There will be innumerable
delectable delights, islands of
fresh fruits, made to order
specialties and pastries galore.
A veritable feast for both the
eyes and the palate.
The price is just $15.95 for
adults and $7.95 for children
under twelve, plus tax and
gratuity. There will be flowers
for Morn and reservations are
required. Call 559-6500.
Make Morn feel really special
on Mother's Day at the

16400 J.L. Hudson Drive
Southfield, Michigan 48075 313/559-6500
Please use the Ballroom entrance.

68 FRIDAY MAY 6 1988

Opening Tonight

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BEST' BETS Of The
Weekend . . . Tonight at
Westin Hotel, Michigan
Cancer Foundation dinner
with Andy Williams . . .
Tomorrow night at Westin,
Variety Club of Detroit
Celebrity Ball with Joan
Collins.
MICHAEL'S Food &
Spirits, An American Bistro,
scheduled to open around the
15th of this month, has been
designed by Ron Rey with the
beauty that accompanies
richness from gracious, rustic
styling (complete opposite of
his very elegant Sebastian's
in Somerset Mall) . . . It'll be
on 13 Mile Rd., just east of
Southfield, in The Corners
shopping center . . . with
seating for 240 on two floors
. . . restaurant 130, cocktail
lounge 60 and mezzanine 50
. . . A le cruvenet will serve 16
premium wines by the glass
at Michael's, an upscale con-
tinental restaurant.
COMPRI in French means
al inclusive . . . This is the
name of newest hotel opening
in June on American Drive,
Southfield.
It'll have three meeting/
banquet rooms for up to 50
persons each . . . plus three
meeting suites, all for up to
10 persons . . . and 200
elegant guest rooms.
Compri Club at the French-
style hotel will serve
breakfast and dinner ; . . with
food service also available for
its banquet functions.
GIVE ME George Gersh-
win . . . and I'm not alone .. .
So it's exciting to hear that
Birmingham Theatre's five-
week engagement May
17-June 19 is the late, great
Gershwin's jazz age classic
"Girl Crazy."
The syncopated jazz sounds
of George and the witty,
catchy lyrics of brother Ira re-
mains one of the American
theater's finest scores . . .
"Embraceable You," "I Got
Rhythm," "But Not For Me"
and "Biding My Time" have
become music world
standards.
In 1930, "Girl Crazy" in-
troduced a notable female
performer who achieved long-
running popularity and suc-
cess . . . The late Ethel Mer-
man made her first Broadway
stage appearance as Kate
singing "Sam and Deliah,"
"Boy, What Love Has Done lb
Me" and the show-stopping "I
Got Rhythm" . . . Lorna Luft
as Kate will use her dynamic
voice to sing those great hits
again.
In an interesting coin-
cidence, Luft's mother, the
late Judy Garland, appeared
in the 1943 film of "Girl
Crazy" with Mickey Rooney.

"SWING INTO SUM-
MER" at Nicky's, W. Big
Beaver, Top of Troy Bldg. con-
course, will be June 6 site as
the eatery-nitery travels back
in time to an era of glamor .. .
hosted by WXYZ-TV Channel
7's Bill Bonds . . . Cigarette
girls, men and women dress-
ed to the hilt, big band swing,
mambo and merengue, will
all contribute to the evening's
tone.
It'll also showcase Johnny
Trudell's many-member or-
chestra and vocalist Kathy
Kosins . . . Ballroom dancers
Mark and Patti Brock, owners
of Arthur Murray Studios in
Dearborn, who have danced
together competitively and
recently won high honors in
an international mambo com-
petition, will perform.
Chef John Di Cecco and
staff will have a buffet of hors
d'oeuvres and sweets . . . with
the cash bar open all evening.
Tickets for "Swing Into
Summer" are $25 per person,
with proceeds benefitting
Children's Hospital of
Michigan . . . They are
available at Nicky's.
ROCHELLE ROSEN-
THAL, former Detroiter, will
put on a one-woman show at
Temple Beth El Sisterhood in-
stallation and luncheon, May
16, 12 noon.
The actress-songstress has
performed various roles with
Michigan Opera Theatre
("Student Prince," "Mikado,"
"Sweeney Todd" and "Man of
La Mancha" . . . She made
her Attic Theatre debut last
year in "My Name Is Alice")
PIKE
STREET
Restaurant in Pontiac will be
May 16 locale for an elegant
evening of dinner and jazz .. .
7 p.m. . . . for benefit of
American Cancer Society.
Seven talented Detroit-area
chefs will create a springtime
menu, followed by an evening
at Baker's Uptown: Chef
Kevin Brennan, Orchard
Lake Country Club; Chef
Keith Famie, Les Auteres;
Chef Jeff Gabriel, C.M.C.,
Schoolcraft College; Chef Ed
`Janos, Money Tree; Chef
Brian Polcyn, Pike Street
Restaurant; Chef Terry
Schuster, Fox and Hounds;
and Chef Bill Wolf, Grosse
Pointe Yacht Club.
Following dinner, Earl
Klugh, one of the foremost
jazz musicians in the country
and Clarence Baker's partner
in Baker's Uptown, will have
his back-up band Celebration
performing.
The event is being chaired
by volunteer Brian Polcyn,
chef at Pike Street
Restaurant.
DON'T FORGET . . . this
Sunday is Mother's Day.

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