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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-20

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dining room, carry-out and trays

• breakfast • lunch • dinner
• after-theater • kiddie menu

open tuesdays thru sundays
10 a.m. to 11 p.m.

968-0022

lincoln shopping center, 101/2 mile & greenfield, oak park

Charles Liu's 16

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COMO irAo

• Mandarin
• Szechuan
• Hunan

BEGINNING JAN. 23

INTRODUCING LUNCHEON BUFFET $495

per pers.
FEATURING VEGETABLES DELUXE, HOT ORANGE BEEF, SWEET & SOUR
CHICKEN, SHRIMP SOFT NOODLES, WON TON SOUP, CRAB WON TON

MENU ROTATES DAILY

29295 SOUTHFIELD RD. NORTH OF 12
IN SOUTHFIELD COMMONS (Former Farrell's)
557-0410

41871 GARFIELD RD. AT 18 MILE
IN IMPERIAL PLAZA, CLINTON TWP.
263.0050

Deli Unique

25290 GREENFIELD North of 10 Mile Rd.

1967-39991

CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS

GOLDEN BOWL

Restaurant
22106 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE In A & P Shopping Center
DINE IN & CARRY-OUT
398-5502 or 398-5503

SZECHUAN, MANDARIN, CANTONESE & AMERICAN CUISINE

OPEN 1 DAYS-Mon.-Thurs. 11-10, Fri. & Sat. 11-11, Sun. & Holidays 1 p.m. to 10 p.m.

• Banquet Facilities

Your Chef: FRANK ENG

THE GOLD COIN

OPEN 7 DAYS — YOUR HOST: HOWARD LEW
SZECHUAN, MANDARIN, CANTONESE

COMPLETE
CARRY-OUT
AVAILABLE

NEW A LA CARTE DINNERS UNDER $5

24480 W. 10 MILE (IN TEL-EX PLAZA)

West of Telegraph

353-7848

THE GPEAT WACC

SERVING YOUR FAVORITE EXOTIC
DRINKS & CHOICE COCKTAILS

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PRIVATE DINING ROOM
• BANQUETS • PARTIES • BUSINESS MEETINGS

Your host . . . HENRY LUM

Businessmen's Luncheons • Carry outs • Catering

476-9181

(Drakeshire Shopping Center) • 35135 Grand River

KABOB GRILL

Authentic Lebanese and American Cuisine

I CARRY•OUT & CATERING AVAILABLE

29702 SOUTHFIELD AT 12 1/2 MILE (In Southfield Plaza)

557-5590

MON.-FRI. 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
SAT. 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
SUNDAY 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.

HOA KOW INN

Specializing In Cantonese, Szechuan & Mandarin Foods

Open Daily 11 to 10:30, Sat. 11 to 12 Mid., Sun. 12 to 10:30
— Carry-Out Service —

13715 W. 9 MILE, W. of Coolidge • Oak Park • 547-4663

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1989

This Breadwinner's Love
Comes In A Variety Of Tastes

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

hen Breadwinner
Bakery of Rochester
expanded with a se-
cond store in Crosswinds
Mall, Orchard Lake Road at
Pine Lake Road in West
Bloomfield last fall, its
homestyle challahs, 15-grain
bread, Val's Veggie bread
(named after Val Jaroch,
owner with wife Gerre and
sons Mark and Joel, who
operate the West Bloomfield
spot) among others . . . plus a
variety of specialty muffins,
rolls and sweet goods found a
ready market among those
who dote on nutritionally-
sound foods with "tam."
Now there's an added at-
traction . . . with a num-
ber of restaurateurs who
care about nutrition having
added Breadwinner's special-
ly-baked goods to their fare
. . . Folks can savor Breadwin-
ner's hearty, homestyle bak-
ed goods while dining out for
breakfast, lunch or dinner.
At Sweet Lorraine's, L.A.
Cafe, Golden Eagle, Miramar
(formerly Duffy's On The
Lake), etc., Breadwinner
favorites are on the table .. .
It may be thick slices of Bran-
chester loaf, moist carrot cake
muffins or oat bran muffins
that, as Gerre says, "don't
melt in your mouth" . . .
Breadwinner doesn't make
marshmallow-soft stuff .. .
these are staff-of-life items
that make meals memorable.
Freeda Gendler started
"with Breadwinner's
challahs for Friday night sup-
pers at home and a hearty
soup as the main course.
Then," says Freeda, "I tried
thin slices of their cranberry
or apricot-nut quick breads
with a main-course salad. If
you're trying to watch your
diet, but are used to great
meals, Breadwinner's egg
white and multi-grain recipes
let you enjoy without guilt."
Delighted that Breadwin-
ner items. are available at
area restaurants, the bakery's
customers are also happy to
know they can pick up Bread-
winner items for home enter-
tainments, hostess gifts and
tailgate dinners at Merchant
of Vino shops or at either of
the Breadwinner stores.
Ida Kaplan has been telling
her jazzercize classmates
about Breadwinner . . .
"Things you ought to eat and
want to eat," she says. "Now
we can go out for dinner with

friends and have the right
stuff."
Always innovative and
researching, the dynamic,
likeable Jaroch family
operating their fine Bread-
winner Bakery, will soon offer
a loaf for those whose diets
minimize sugar . . . When
that happens, customers may
find another Breadwinner
specialty on their favorite
restaurant table.
NEWEST GUEST setup to
enter the hotel scene locally,
Ritz-Carlton in Dearborn, oc-
cupies almost seven acres of
the 17-acre mixed use that in-
cludes Fairlane Town Center
and office area.
Recent opening showed off
its extreme courtesy training
program at the 11-story
building with 308 rooms that
include 15 suites.
Cocktail party, dinner and
tour were part of the lavish
press reception . . . Mell Ball
on the xylophone with
quintet . . . Plus his booking
agency and orchestra, Mel is
director of entertainment for
the Ritz-Carlton.
No fancy names for its
restaurant or grill .. .
_Restaurant is called just that,
The Restaurant . . . and grill
named The Grill . . . You
couldn't ask for it any simpler.
Marilyn Meyerson, daugh-
ter of Lee and Irving Myer-
son, is evening hostess at The
Restaurant . . . Must be fun
when people ask her where
she works and Marilyn keeps
saying, "The Restaurant."

ANOTHER COMEDY
showcase is coming to the
area . . . Will be Rib Ticklers
. . . taking up a large area at
Tally Hall, Orchard Lake
Road and 14 Mile . . . The
highly-successful Honey Tree
is one of the few restaurants
which will be allowed to re-
main at the Tally Hall food
court . . . Tom Goulas' fine
operation will be moved to the
front area.

OVER THE RAINBOW

tribute to Judy Garland is the
one-nighter kosher dinner-
theater at Jewish Communi-
ty Center on Drake, Feb. 18,
by Nancy Gurwin Produc-
tions . . . Nancy opens her
successful Annie Get Your
Gun April 19 at JCC.
IRVING'S DELI at La
Mirage Mall, on North-
western between 12 Mile and
Inkster, is now open again for
dinner . . . every day except
Monday, with hours until 8
p.m. . . . New owners are Kurt
Deeg, bossman of Ye Olde
Steak House and La Auberge

in Windsor, and popular local
gent Harry Newman.

SECOND ANNUAL

"Michigan The Bountiful"
gourmet extravaganza re-
turns to Southfield Civic
Center Pavilion, Jan. 29, 3 to
7 p.m. . . . co-sponsored by the
city and Michigan Chefs de
Cuisine Association . . . a
fund raiser for MCCA's
scholarship fund that sends
students to culinary arts
schools.
Last year, over 1,000 people
attended . . . Thirty-three
Michigan chefs will prepare
goodies for folks to sample .. .
with each chef offering one of
his or her favorite creations
. . . Tickets are $30 in ad-
vance or $35 at the door .. .
They're at the reception desk
of the Municipal Building in
Southfield Civic Center,
Evergreen and Civic Center
Drive (101/2 Mile) or second
. floor Community Relations
Department.
Among the participating
chefs, eateries, etc. will be .. .
Mark Brunetti, Bijou; Duane
and Paula Christ, Baker's
Loaf; Milos Cihelka, Golden
Mushroom; Lou DeCillis,
Savino Ice Cream; Craig
Common, Southfield Char-
ley's; Bonnie Fishman, Bon-
nie's Pattisserie; Jeff Gabriel
and Richard Benson, School-
craft College; Doug Grech,
Brasserie Duglass; Patrick
Hanna, Benchmark; Kamel
Kassem, Renaissance Club;
Mark Kusma, Somerset Inn;
John and Tim Mackalyzeck,
Leon's Pastries; Kevin Bren-
nen, Orchard Lake Country
Club; Paul Mann, Paul Mann
Vintage Wine Co.; John
McCormack, Detroit Athletic
Club; Thomas McGlone,
Hogan's; Tom MacKinnon,
MacKinnon's; Tom Meier,
Tango's and Bouquets; Carl
Oshinsky, Pizza Gourmet;
Bob Patterson, Superior Cof-
fee Co.; Roman Phillip,
Romanoffs; Brian Polcyn,
Pike Street; Matt Prentice,
Sebastian's; Mike Russell,
Kingsley Inn; Leopold
Schaeli, Machus, Inc.; Rikki
Schaefer, Chocolatissimo;
Jimmy Schmidt, The Rattle-
snake Club; and Ray
Schwartz, Antoine's.
BOW WOW BALL by
Humane Society is April 1 at
Somerset Mall . . . with 30
chefs participating, plus
fashion show by Saks, music
and dancing . . . Last year 15
chefs contributed food, time
and talent with event raising
over $50,000.
SOUTHFIELD Symphony
Orchestra, directed by

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