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March 24, 1989 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-24

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32839 Northwestern Hwy.
Tiffany Plaza
Between 14 and Middlebelt

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Your Choice of:
Roast Chicken Dinner
$ 9.50
Roast Beef Dinner
$11.50
Combination Roast Chicken & Roast Beef Dinner
$13.50
Prime Rib Dinner
$14.50

A LA CARTE MENU
Gefilte Fish
$3.25 Chopped Liver
$6.49 lb.
. Chicken Soup with Chicken & Vegetables . .$3.90 1/2 Gal. ....$7.50 Gal.
Matzo Ball
$ .75 Carrot Tzimmes . . .$1.00 per person
Potato Kugel
$1.00 per person Fruit Compote . . . . $1.00 per person
Roast Chicken
$7.50 Roast Turkey (12.14 lbs.) . . . . $45.00
Stuffed Chicken Breast . . . .$6.00

0 DESSERTS
Sponge Cake
$12.00 (Serves 16) Honey Cake
$8.50
French Chocolate Cake$30.00 (Serves 16) Almond Macaroons $6 00 do..
Cheese Cake
$16.00

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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1989



Fashion Show

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harem of models stood at a
backdrop wearing Sally's
Designs . . . And then more
models in leotards with John
Darakjian Jewelry.
Many oohs and ahs as
Leah's latest production had
its usual colorful array, well-
packed and soft rhythmic
beat . . . while flickering
footlights danced around the
large, long stage at Helenic
Cultural Center in Westland.
Men wearing casual styles
and dressy looks of The
Broadway shop . . . plus
female models also wearing
suits . . . Then thunder and
out came the men in rain
garb from The Broadway as a
taped female voice sang
"Stormy Weather" . . .
Models with furs from
Chudiks, wrap around skins
and coats . . . More thunder
and the gals opened their um-
brellas . . . Men's double and
single-breasted styles from
The Broadway, more Chudik
furs, Sally's Designs of sports-
wear, casualwear, dinnerwear
and formalwear . . . Tux's and
dinner jackets from The

Broadway.
Models showing their physi-
ques and gals making their
large audience jealous with
such chic figures as they
displayed colorful swimsuits
from Beach Bound.
"Bride
and groom"
youngsters from Loretta
Lorion, and then men and
women in bridal garb.
As usual in a Leah Marks
fashion show production, fine
applause-getting finale.
GEORGE GOLEMATIS
hasn't lost his touch . . . The
former owner of Giorgio's in
Oak Park and in Birming-
ham, now caterer at Helenic
Cultural Center, had fillets of
poached salmon for the huge
throng . . . His kitchen
resembles that of the old
Raleigh House with its laid-
out goodness and separate
walkway for waitpersons .. .
The large area is not a
Giorgio trademark . . . He'd
always done his best with
small kitchens . . . Don't be
surprised to see George
Golematis back on the north-
west part of town . . . Backers
come forward . . . George still
owns the Giorgio's name .. .
plus his cooking mastery and
customer relations rank with
the best.
AMONG THE MANY
chefs participating at the Se-
cond Annual Bow Wow Ball
to benefit Michigan Humane
Society . . . April 1, 8 p.m. at
Somerset Mall, W. Big
Beaver, Troy, are . . . Chuck
Rockiwitz, Charlie's Crab;
Todd Jackson, Ponchartrain
Wine
Cellars; Chris
Angelosante, Appeteasers;
Steve Schopen, the Whitney;

Elwin Greenwald, Van Dyke
Place; Peter Loren, Opus One;
Tom MacKinnon, MacKin-
non's; Brian Polcyn, Pike
Street; Matt Prentice, Sebas-
tian's; Tom Trainer, Double
Eagle; Marty Wilk, Ex-
calibur; Mark Ieda and Ricky
Iwaishi, Musashi; Keith
Famie, Les Auteres; John
DiCecco, Nicky's; Jimmy
Schmidt and Keith Josefiak,
Rattlesnake Club; Lorraine
Platman, Sweet Lorraine's;
Paul lbotukian, Cafe Cortina;
Paul Burnash, Chez Raphael;
Michael Piontek, Archer's.
THOSE WHO remember
the great party bands of the
1950s, '60s and '70s in the
Detroit area may recall Patty
Grant as a vocalist with the
late Dick Stein's orchestra
and leader of her own band
. . . Now the mother of two
daughters and wife of Dr.
Steven Ceresnie, she recently
performed with the Festival
Dancers of Jewish Com-
munity Center and led exer-
cise classes at the JCC Health
Club.
Patty is back with her or-
chestra again . . . and ready
to provide music for special
occasions with some of the
area's top musicians. -
LOT OF EXPERIENCE
goes into the new member of
Sageo's Restaurant on Mid-
dlebelt and Nine Mile, with
Nick Gerazounis now partner
with Jim Sage.
Nick was private chef three-
and-a-half years aboard the
Christina for Jackie and Ari
Onaisis, owned Captain
Nick's in Allen Park four
years, My Granny's
Restaurant in Woodhaven,
two years . . . and seven years
chef/owner of the food opera-
tion at Wyandotte Yacht Club.
Look for Nick to keep the
same menu but also change
things around at Sageo's .. .
He's a prime Greek chef and
will probably now also have
folks shouting Opa! as his
flaming cheese saganaki
flambe'd at tableside is added.
DISA 'N' DATA . . . March
20, not March 29 was date of
Medallion opening for lunch,
on northeast corner of
Crosswinds Mall, Orchard
Lake Road and Lone Pine .. .
LaSalle Drinkery at Embassy
Suites on Northwestern and
Beck will also have a new
name with hockey motif to go
along with Jacque Demer's
Place Restaurant and Bar,
new title of Wellington
Restaurant in April . . . Remy
Berdy is new executive chef of
Star Line Co. cruise dining
ships . . . Star Line Too is be-
ing added, a paddle-wheeler
more for private parties with
waitpersons for up to 100 .. .
Star of Detroit cruises begin
May 1 on Detroit River. 0

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