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July 21, 1989 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-21

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1 BEST OF EVERYTHING I

Berkshire Hilton

Continued from preceding page

TRY OUR GOURMET VEGETARIAN
DEEP•DISH PIZZA

(Mozzarella & Feta Cheeses, Broccoli,
Green Olives, Sliced Tomatoes)

4177 Orchard Lake Rd. at Pontiac Trail

(In Wilkins Corners)

CARRY-OUT

855-6633

FREE DELIVERY

FAX 855-1977

SEBASTIAN'S

RESTAURANT/ R A W B A R

Dancing Fridays and Saturdays To The
Martin Scot Kosins Trio

Sebastian's Available For
Private Parties On Sundays

For Reservations:

649-6625

2745 West Big Beaver Road In Somerset Mall

Troy

Let's Meet at

Banquet
Facilities

Entertainment
7 Nights

GOLDEN MUSHROOM,

DETROIT

Italian-American Dining At Its Finest

Mon.-Fri. 11 to 11, Sat. 4 to 12 Mid., Sun. 2 to 11

4222 Second Blvd.
Bet. Willis & Canfield

Berkshire Hilton Gallery of
Art is made possible through
the cooperative efforts of Eric
Lutz and Marjorie Levy, dean
of the University of Michigan
School of Art.
The hotel's Polo Club
restaurant prepared deli-
cacies like Norwegian salmon
stuffed with seafood mousse,
roumaki, canapes filled with
blue cheee, fresh dill and
crab meat, smoked whitefish
and wild game pate in its
Westminister Room . . . In the
background, guests were
entertained by the Communi-
ty High Jazz Band, a strolling
magician and an artist draw-
ing caricatures.
On the new 80-seat outdoor
Polo Cafe, Ann Arbor legend
Art Stephan entertained
everyone with his piano tingl-
ings while guests enjoyed the
cool evening at umbrella
tables.
Throughout the evening,
guests and members of the
media were treated to tours of
the hotel . . . Seeing was
believing to appreciate the
multi-million dollar renova-
tion that Eric recently com-
pleted at the Berkshire .. .
Elegant marble, oak and
Queen Anne furnishings
have replaced the old rem-
nants of what was once the
dated Ann Arbor Hilton.

Valet
Parking

833-9425

OUR MUSIC
WILL HELP MAKE
YOUR PARTY!







WEDDINGS
BAR/BAT MITZVAHS
CONFIRMATIONS
ANNIVERSARIES
PRIVATE PARTIES

...ALL YOUR
HAPPY OCCASIONS

(313) 544-7373

FREE DINNER

EQUAL OR LESSER VALUE

WITH PURCHASE OF ANY
THREE DINNERS

FREE SODA POP FOR CHILDREN

WE ONLY USE
VEGETABLE OIL IN
ALL OUR COOKING,
INCLUDING FRIED
FOODS

NO MSG ON REQUEST

WING HONG

FREE OFFER GOOD ONLY AT SOUTHFIELD LOCATION

18203 W. 10 Mile Rd. at Southfield Rd. • 569.5527

Visit Our Farmington Hills Restaurant, 14 Mile & Northwestern, 851.7400

Yards and Yards
of BRUNCH

Each Sunday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

$13 95

per person

$795

Children 12 and under

Reservations Suggested

Private Parties up to 200

355•2050

EMBASSY

SUITES
HOTEL

28100 Franklin Road
Southfield

10 Mile and Southfield, is
known as a very fine
restaurant . . . but one of its
biggest fortes is outside cater-
ing . . . regardless of size .. .
up to 2,000 . . . Affair done by
Golden Mushroom some
while back handled 1,800 for
Heart Association inside
Northland Center.
BANGKOK CLUB in
previous locale of Restaurant
Duglass on Southfield and
121/2 Mile in the Southfield
Commons (former Farrell's
Shopping Plaza) had its open-
ing recently for the public.
Three days prior, Bangkok
Club with its Thai decor and
cuisine, held a private $25 per
person pre-opening benefit for
International Institute of
Metropolitan Detroit's ethnic
enrichment programs . . . The
event was underwritten by
the Siam Corp.
Both conventional and Thai
floor-style seating was among
the Thailand decor . . . Also
the traditional washing of
hands with hot towels before
eating . . . plus using forks to
put food onto spoons, as ex-
plained before dining began.
With Simaese music played
on a piano and then instru-
ments of Thailand, tuxedoed
waitresses and waiters
brought mixed appetizers,
coconut chicken soup, Thai
cajun fish, Tamarine curry

beef, ginger chicken and Thai
sweets and fruits.
Thai cuisine is a combina-
tion of sweet, sour, hot, salty
and neutral flavors to
stimulate taste senses . . . It
features the culinary tradi-
tions of both Chinese and In-
dian cuisine, with flavors
depending upon ingredients
native to Southeast Asia, in-
cluding fresh coriander,
lemon grass, kaffir lime, kha
root and among the world's
hottest chilies.
But make no mistake . .
Thai food does not have to be
spicy to be good . . . It can be
ordered mild or medium and
give satisfying results.
I liked one of our waitresses
at Bangkok Club, Melinda
Saulson . . . In fact, everyone
at the table enjoyed her
gracious efficiency and bright
smile.
NICK SYROS, Dimitri and
Naomi's fine son at their
Southfield restaurant, has an
"I Do" date set for June 24,
1990, with Terri Soublis of
Philadelphia . . . They met in
Florida and will reside here,
where Nick's dad, mother,
brother Paul and he operate
the original Dimitri's of
Southfield, reopened on
Southfield a block north of
10 Mile.
OUTDOOR STREET cafe
had its grand opening recent-
ly on the street-side brick
patio at Gandy Dancer
Restaurant in Ann Arbor.

Brian Bowers is general
manager of the century-old
train station restaurant so
high in popularity.
The Rick Roe Jazz Trio that
entertained at the grand
opening is part of the regular
rotation of live entertainment
playing from 8 p.m. to 12 mid-
night on Thursday, Friday
and Saturday each week.

MICHIGAN RESTAU-
RANT Association facts .. .

"The number of Americans
dining out is currently at an
all-time high, with consumers
eating 40 percent of all meals
away from home . . . Of the
following activities: watching
a movie, listening to music,
socializing with friends, wat-
ching sporting events, and
dining, the only one which a
majority of consumers said
they would rather do away
from home was eat a
restaurant meal."
VIDEO CRITIQUE . . . by
Michael Dembs . . . Dirty Rot-
ten Scoundrels . . . "This
bright and sophisticated com-
edy starring Steve Martin
and Michael Caine was one of
the 10 best movies of 1988.
Scripted by Dale Launer
(Ruthless People), it had me
gasping for air during several
uproarious scenes."



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