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May 20, 1988 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-20

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Continued from Page 58

Pappas, 1988 Business Person
Winner."
Next time at Rialto, give
Charlie your congrats too.
THE GRAY and black
decor of swanky-looking
Sultan's on Orchard Lake
Road around the north end
side of Robin's Next Shoping
Center at 14 Mile (behind
Dunham's) is always a
welcomed experience.
Our bow-tied waitress, Ada
Amral, certainly deserves
mention for her quiet efficien-
cy, politeness and gracious
endeavors to please.
Naturally, I had those
fabulous meatless stuffed
grape leaves Walid Eid has
become quite noted for .. .
And the shish tawook
(chunks of charbroiled
chicken breast marinated in
olive oil, garlic and spices)
was again outstanding.
Our companion had the
vegetarian plate and
discovered why nobody can
eat it all . . . Very few people
who have this dish leave
without a carryout . . . unless
others at the table or booth
want to dig in . . . which they
usually do . . . At $15.95, with
about five different items, it's
a heck of a good buy.
Sultan's is open seven days
a week . . . but beginning in
June, it will close Mondays.
GEORGIA OLSEN at
March of Dimes continues do-
ing her fine work with little
fanfare . . . Georgia's latest
fundraising venture is June
13 when the March of Dimes
has its "Pre-Prix Potpourri"
at Woodbridge Tavern, corner
of St. Auburn and Wood-
bridge, 5 to 9 p.m.
It'll be hosted by owner
Marcia Cron, with the even-
ing's activities slated to in-
clude a Grand Prix fashion
show by Leah Marks, display
of formula Ford Cars, dancing
and costume prizes.
Call Georgia by June 9 at
423-3200.
"TEARS" single recording
was written by Alan Nathan-
son, son of localites Ruth and
Buddy Nathanson . . . Flip
side, "It's Gotta Be Love" is
the work of Alan and Roger
Stone.
FRESH FROM her
choreographic debut with the
successful New York City
Opera Co.'s revival of "The
Music Man," former local lass
Marcia Milgrom Dodge has
been selected to choreograph
"Sullivan & Gilbert," a new
musical based upon the life
and unusual working rela-
tionship of the famed
playwrights.
Marcia was the personal
choice of Beverly Sills,
general manager of the New
York City Opera Co., to
choreograph their production

of Meredith Wilson's peren-
nial favorite, "The Music
Man," which debuted March
1 at the New York State
Theater in Lincoln Center.
As a choreographer, she has
won critical praise for her
work on productions of
classics like "Gypsy," "Guys
and Dolls," "Anything Goes"
and "Little Shop of Horrors"
. . . Marcia directed a well-
received version of Neil
Simon's classic comedy, "The
Odd Couple."
She has also served as assis-
tant director on productions
starring Michael York and
Hal Holbrook.
Marcia's dad, Myron
Milgrom, is very active here
in local community affairs.
JOHNNY TRUDELL'S
big band sound, which has
been in such high demand for
that type of danceable music,
will return again this Mon-
day . . . to "Musical Monday
Nights" at Kingsley Inn on
Woodward, 7:30 p.m. to 11:30
p.m.
The series is held in the
Kingsley ballroom, a large,
sunken marble dance floor.
Johnny opened the Monday
evening shindigs at Kingsley
back in March . . . and played
again last week . . . Little
doubt that he is a big favorite.
BEING
NAMED
Restaurant of The Year by
Detroit Monthly magazine is
still another achievement by
Golden Mushroom, 10 Mile
and Southfield . . . With little
fanfare, it has frequently been
rated among the finest dining
spots in the Detroit
metropolitan area . . . As
"Bud Taste," the magazine's
pseudonym-name reviewer
then said, "Golden
Mushroom year in and year
out has provided a superlative
standard of service and
cuisine."
Owner Reid Ashton,
graduate of Michigan State's
hotel restaurant and institu-
tional management school
opened the Golden Mushroom
in 1973 . . . in the building
which was previously oc-
cupied by Rascal House Deli.
Since its beginning, Reid
has worked hard to establish
and keep the high standards
of service and cuisine the
Golden Mushroom is noted
for . . . He stays abreast of cur-
rent industry trends as chair-
man of the board of the
Michigan Restaurant Associ-
ation, and also actively sup-
ports Michigan's 1988
Culinary Team, a group of
chefs who will represent our
state this October in
Frankfurt, Germany at the
1988 Culinary Salon . . .
Golden Mushroom co-owner
Chef Milos Cihelka is the
team's manager.

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