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October 14, 1988 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-14

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presents

Mario's

Affordable
Weekday
Dinners!

RESTAURANT

Continued from preceding page

with "Meet Us At Mario's"
. . . $10 donation includes
hord d'oeuvres, auction and
entertainment . . . There'll be
local personality hosts and a
cash bar.

■ Family-style entrees priced from $6.95
■ Children's Menu from $2.95
■ Special features include:
■ Chef Frank's pasta selections
■ Fish & Chips
■ New Orleans-style fried chicken
■ And many more daily specials
■ Plus our full fine dining menu
142 E. Walled Lake Dr.
Call
Walled Lake

BREAD BASKET II

carry-out operation on North-
western Highway may be
closed . . . but by no means is
it so for Ron Forman's Bread
Basket Deli in Linclon
Center, Oak Park . . . which is
not only open . . . but very
much alive.

669-1.44'1

SPECIAL DINNERS AVAILABLE SUNDAY THRU THURSDAY

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I COUPON:

FREE
ONE POUND OF CALIFORNIA NEW CROP PISTACHIOS

WHEN YOU BUY ANOTHER POUND FOR ONLY $4.99

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Offer Expires 10-20-88

Call About Our Old Fashioned
Party Trays For All Occasions

855-9463

lineyards
Cafe

DELIVERY AVAILABLE

OPEN 7 DAYS

DELICATESSEN

Carry-Out or Dine In

Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Sun. 12 noon to 7 p.m.

• Fresh Bagels • Lox • Sm6ked Fish • Soups • Salads
• Over 50 Sandwiches • Chopped Liver • Etc. • Etc. • Etc.

LOCATED INSIDE VINEYARDS WINE CELLAR • 32418 NORTHWESTERN BET. MIDDLEBELT & 14

"Look For The Red Awning!"

Farmington Hills

Banquets, Private Parties, Etc. A

DINING ROOM

An Established Tradition Since The '20s . . . Still Serving
Old-Fashioned Home Cooking At Old Fashioned Prices.

Cocktails, Beer I Tues. Thru Sat. 11:30-2:30 Lunch ... Dinner 5-8
Sunday 12-8 Dinner
and Wine

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4313 W. 13 Mile, 2 Blks. E. of Greenfield • 288 - 6020

3258 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

681-3537

Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon. Thru Thurs.
Closed Sun.
Fri. & Sat. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.

SERVING BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

110 E

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TRAY CATERING FOR YOUR NEXT AFFAIR OUR SPECIALTY

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1988

Eat less
saturate d
fats.

WERE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

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American Heart
Association m,v ,

FIDDLER ON THE
ROOF dates by Nancy Gur-
win Productions at Jewish
Community Center on Maple
in West Blomfield, are .. .
Oct. 15, 8 p.m.; Oct. 16, 7 p.m.;
Oct. 22, 8 p.m.; Oct. 23, 2 p.m.
and 7 p.m.; and Oct. 29, 8 p.m.
Sheldon-Harnick and Jerry
Bock's great musical will be
in the Aaron DeRoy Studio
Theatre.
Fiddler On The Roof is
Nancy Gurwin's 25th major
production in her 12 years of
presenting comedies and
musicals around the metro
Detroit area.
Lee Rosender of West
Bloomfield will play the role
of Golde, Tevya the
dairyman's wife . . . Tevya's
role will be by Jac Cortes of
Keego Harbor.
Nancy is executive producer
and Donna Zatkin producer of
Fiddler On The Roof
ALMOST 700 people en-
joyed an evening of entertain-
ment from the moment the af-
fair began until its finale .. .
Was the recent "Evening of
Brilliance On The Orient Ex-
press" presented by
Metropolitan Detroit
Juvenile Diabetes Founda-
tion at Hyatt Regency
Dearborn.
New York Theatre troupe
Le Clique, with its over 800
characterizations, returned
for the black-tie event.
Guests arriving were
greeted by persons transform-
ed into characters at London's
Victoria Station . . . And so it
went the entire evening .. .
with "visits" to Paris,
Shanghai, etc.
Willie Stone and Cesi Or-
man postponing their wed-
ding because she broke her
leg on streets of Birmingham
. . . It'll take place in
November . . . Al and Bev
Betz, Lil and Iry Collins, Bar-
bara Ostrand, Jack Seedman,
Sydell and Doug Schubot,
Helen and Norm Wachler,
Cindy Ehrlich, John Bloom,
etc.
At our table for dinner . . .
Karen and Richard Lutz,
Hillary Richter, Alan Dorf-
man, Judy and Joel Lutz,
Leah Marks and Bernie and
Philip Culmoni.
LeClique can do everything

it seems . . . even paint
washable tattoos, cut
silhouettes out of black card-
board, dress up like anyone
you can imagine, dance on
stilts, etc.
It was a fun evening . . . but
more enjoyable knowing the
huge amount of money raised
to fight children's diabetes.
THE YEARS have rolled
back for Ron Coden and Ernie
Grant . . . They're together
again . . . Last time was
oodles of time ago when Ernie
owned the Railroad Crossing
on East Eight Mile and Ron
was his mainstay entertainer.
Now Ernie owns Lofy's on
Tireman, a block east of
Schaefer, and Ron and com-
pany will perform Oct. 21-22
and Oct. 28-29.
AL BALOOLY, owner of
Jacque's, Topinka's and
Tollgate at Fairlane in Dear-
born, is doing something I
can't remember anybody ever
doing for a benefit . . . He's
donating the entire proceeds
from all the food and drinks
. . . in other words picking up
the complete tab . . . as well
as giving the location to boot.
He wanted to do something
for senior citizens . . . and
selected Birmingham Area
Seniors Coordinating Council
& Center (BASCC) as group
to work with on this
precedent-setting event.
It's the group's first venture
. . . Oct. 23, at Jacques
Restaurant on Telegraph Rd.
. . . called "A Gourmet
Gathering" with Executive
Chef Bryan Gowlas planning
the gourmet dinner . . . with
entertainment by Kate Pat-
terson and Michael Ziporski.
Party begins with 6 p.m.
hors d'oeuvres, dinner and
entertainment at 7 p.m. . . .
It's open to the public .. .
limited $75 per person reser-
vations (642-1040).
Bryan's menu will have
hors d'oeuvres of peapods
with Liptauer cheese, shrimp
springrolls with plum sauce
and miniature spinach pies
. . . Dinner is fresh pumpkin
soup with nutmeg, Jacques'
Caesar Salad, petit filet with
fluted mushrooms or chicken
piccante with artichokes and
capers or broiled salmon with
fresh dill . . . redskin potatoes
parisienne, fresh garden
vegetables, bread basket, Jac-
ques' cheesecake with apple-
bourbon glaze, coffee or tea
and red and white wine serv-
ed with dinner.
Al Balooly has done many
wonderful things in his very
low-keyed sort of way .
OVERHEARD . . . at
Nicky's, Zbp Of Troy Bldg, W.
Big Beaver, "One thing I like
is long walks — especially
when they're made by people
who annoy me.."

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