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September 22, 1989 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-22

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!BEST OF EVERYTHING

32839 Northwestern Hwy.
Tiffany Plaza
Between 14 and Middlebelt

Custom Catering At Its Finest

Specialty Trays and Gift Baskets
For All Occasions

1 DELIVERY AVAILABLE

7370 5190

TRADITIONAL JEWISH NEW YEAR
CARRY-OUT MENU

COMPLETE DINNERS
Roast Chicken Dinner
Roast Beef Dinner
Combination Roast Chicken & Roast Beef Dinner

$ 9.50
$11.50
$13.50

Our Complete Dinners Also Include: Chopped Liver Mold With Garnish,
Chicken Soup With Matzo Ball, Potato Kugel and Vegetable. (Sorry, No Substitutes.)

A LA CARTE MENU
Gefilte Fish
$3.25 Chopped Liver
$6.49 lb.
Chicken Soup with Chicken & Vegetables . .$3.90 rt Gal. $7.50 Gal.
Matzo Ball
$ .75 Potato Kugel . . . .$1.00 per person
Roast Chicken
$7.50

DESSERTS
Lemon Pound Cake . . . .$16.00 Noodle Kugel
$12.00
French Chocolate Cake . $30.00 Sour Cream Coffee Cake $12.00
Cheese Cake With Choice of Topping .. $18.00

so

DAIRY TRAY

Lox • Sable • Chubs • Tuna Salad • Egg Salad • Farmer's
Salad • Swiss and American Cheeses • Hard-Boiled Eggs •
Cream Cheese • Tomatoes • Onions • Cucumbers • Carrots •
Olives • Fresh Bagels • Fresh Kaiser Rolls (our own) • Fresh
Fruit Platter and Sour Cream Coffee Cake (our own)

(Minimum 8 People)

per person

EVERYTHING PREPARED BY OUR VERY OWN CHEFS!!

FULL TRAY MENU ALSO AVAILABLE

Since 1939

Almil )

4( 1 NN

7618 Woodward Ave.

871-1590

SPECIAL QUALITY PARTIES
UP TO 200

Specializing In: Bar Mitzvahs, Sweet 16s,

Showers, Anniversaries, Retirement
Parties, Birthdays, Weddings, Etc.

CALL ERNIE . . . AND ASK
ABOUT OUR LOW BANQUET RATES
FOR ALL OCCASIONS.

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in the

JEWISH NEWS

Call the Jewish News Advertising Department

354-6060

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1989

Each Sunday 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

$14 95

per person

Children 12 and under

Private Parties up to 200

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the NJ - ta •ng

Yards and Yards
of BRUNCH

Reservations Suggested

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Continued from Page 78

new ownership by Unique
Restaurant Corp., headed by
Matt Prentice . . . and owners
of Sebastian's, Deli Unique of
Oak Park, Deli Unique of
West Bloomfield, Cafe Jardin
and Le Cuisine.
Besides Matt, corporate
chef Sal Parco is there train-
ing and teaching . . . plus dai-
ly looksees by managing part-
ners, Keith Schofield and
Greg Prentice.
Plaza managers are Rick
Therrien, former kitchen
manager at West Bloomfield's
Deli Unique and front-of-the-
house manager at the Oak
Park site . . . and Todd Sauve,
former cook and night chef at
Sebastian's prior to becoming
kitchen manager at the West
Bloomfield Deli Unique.
Plaza's new decor will be
fascinating . . . like making
both sides the same modern
look . . . which should have
been done in the first place
. . . among a host of other
changes . . . But the big thing
is new equipment . . . and
we're not talking small
change.
The changeover will,
without doubt, be for the
better.
BUDDY'S BAR-B-Q on
north side of West Bloomfield
Plaza, Orchard Lake Road
south of Maple, is celebrating
its 10th anniversary at this
locale . . . owned by Arlyn
Meyerson, whose hard work
and perserverance far and
away overshadow his speech
and hearing handicaps.

IF ERNEST DRUCKER

$ 8 95

Special Appetizer Parties Available

Bubble & Squeak

355'2050

EMBASSY
ittr
SUITES
HOTEL

28100 Franklin Road
Southfield

didn't wear the sharpest shirt
there, who would? . . . The Ex-
ecutive Custom Shirtmakers
bossman — almost look-alike
of the late David Niven — was
one of a huge throng who
flocked to Nicky's for its sixth
anniversary.
People kept coming and go-
ing all evening, and the beam
of success on faces of Nick
Sorise and John Reaser shone
brightly as they strutted pro-
udly in their well-groomed
tuxes.
Nick and John are the first
ones to make something out
of the 'MP of the Troy spot .. .
following Bonaventure,
Kogy's and Sidney's.
No place to sit down, so ex-
Palombo's boss, now a
Ginopolis' stalwart, brought
drinks for all the gals at a -
booth . . . and they asked him
to join them . . . Ernie got his
seat . . . So wonderful to see
Michelle Mandell . . . Sammy
Mandell's daughter brought
back many wonderful Ted
Lipschitz nitery memories of
her dad . . . Food galore, ice
carving and more food.
They don't come much nicer
than Nick and John.
STAR DELI'S 20th an-

niversary is now going on at
the local true carry-out "in-
stitution" that probably can
boast one of the highest sales
volumes around.
A true carry-out is one that
has no seats . . . not even
island tables for customers to
stand and eat inside the
premises.
Star is highly noted for its
homemade items . . . with
everything made on the
premises ... Ann Bergman
comes in three times a week
to make kugels, blintzes,
soups, etc.
Its countermen are deli
dogs from years back . . . with
oodles of experience . . . Iry
Willis has been with Star 14
years . . . Bob Winkle seven
years and Pete Simelo 14
years . . . It's primarily a
family operation, though,
with Sid Neuman and son
Harry, while Sid's wife Rose
comes in to take cash.
No canned, carton-bought
or bulk-purchased potato
salad or cole slaw and other
edibles . . . everything at Star
is homemade.
Being a true carry-out like
Star Deli is a big asset .. .
Low overhead allows pro-
prietor room to pass on sav-
ings . . . and homemade
goodness doubles the
advantage.
COME THIS November,
Michigan Inn on J.L. Hudson
Drive will become Sheraton
Southfield. The former
Benchmark fine dining
restaurant there is now call-
ed Season's . . . After 22 years,
Al Winkler of Pickle Barrel,
Evergreen and 12 Mile, made
the big move and shaved off
his mustache . . . Dimitri's of
Southfield rice pudding is
made without egg yolks and
comes with or without
raisins. Dimitri's Sunday
brunch, 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
and Sunday dinners began
again last week . . . Another
Baine's Deli operation will
open in Tel-12 Mall's
Restaurants On Main Street
. . . Berkshire Hotel in
Southfield will add a dining
room . . . Cheers musical
group is at Excalibur through
this month.
OPENING OF Honey Tree
at Hunter Square, Orchard
Lake Road south of 14, is ex-
pected this year . . . Will not
be a carry-out or mall table
sitdown as in former Tally
Hall . . . Tom Goulas' Honey
Tree of West Bloomfield will
seat 110 . . . He recently open-
ed another Honey Tree with
100 seats in Shelby Corners,
Hall Road and Schoenher in
Utica . . . Other Honey Trees
are at Macomb Mall in Rose-
ville, Liberty Square in Ann
Arbor, and Athenian at
Eastland.

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