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January 26, 1990 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-26

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LUNCH H a.m.
DINNER 4 p.m.

Ernesto's is almost entirely
devoted to Ernie . . . "Ernesto
is one of those rare individuals
that approaches every aspect
of life with a passion. As you
will experience and attest to
this evening, the preparation
and serving of wonderful
Italian food is his foremost
passion. After nearly a half-
century in the business,
Ernesto continues to demand
excellence in everything he
and his staff prepare — the
finest and freshest ingredients
prepared not a minute before
you order. Ernesto does not try
to paint pictures on his plates;
however, his dishes are
nonethless always beautiful
due to the food's simple and
abundant presentation. The
flavors are something you will
have to - taste to believe.
"Enthusiasm is another of
his strong characteristics
which we see daily as he gets
excited about one of his new
creations, a new cookbook he
has just purchased, or a new
recipe he happened upon. He
instills this excitement in his
kitchen staff as well as your
servers.
"Chef Ernesto has taught us
many things about the
hospitality business. He has
taught us how to prepare
glorious Italian food. He has
taught us how to serve our
guests with enthusiasm. And
most importantly, he has
taught us to treasure and
pamper our wonderful guests.
You see, it is the sparkle in a
diner's eyes as he savors the
chefs creations that excites
Chef Ernesto to excellence —
and that is why we call our
Ernesto, the Maestro."
Where once horses pranced
and buggy wheels rolled along
the dirt and gravel Plank
Road now called Plymouth
Road, Ernesto's is the living
legend of modern times with
food planning and preparation
served in a setting of charm
that never stops.
Ernesto's embodies all that
is essential to fine authentic
Italian dining . . . and com-
pliments it in the outstanding
aura of a fascinating at-
mosphere imbued with
historical ambiance.
The
experience
is
memorable.
AMONG THE TOP
enemies of restaurant owners
are weathercasters who tell
folks to stay home if they don't
have to go out because "The
weather may become bad" .. .
Also those weathercaster who
talk about how horrible the
forecast may be and put fear
into so many hearts.

OWNERS OF the Mer-
riman Executive Inn by Metro
Airport . . . are Arlene and
Asher Tilchin, Leonard
Siegal, Archie Sills and Sam
Karp.
They may have something
about spending the night
there before the flight takes
off, leaving your car and being
taken to and picked up from
the airport . . . It's being
operated by Arlene.
TOMORROW and Sunday
are days for Great Scott! food
trade show to the public at
Fairlane Manor in Dearborn
. . . It'll have food trends for
tomorrow . . . and how they
translate into food product
merchandising.
Free product samplings,
tasting contests, coupon
giveaways and entertainment
are on tap . . . Also cooking
demonstrations and choles-
terol screening test by Mt.
Clemens General Hospital .. .
All activities and samples are
free except the $5 cholesterol
screening . . . $3.50 admission
with no charge for children
under 12 . . . Hours are
Saturday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., and
11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday.
YES, THERE is an authen-
tic Japanese breakfast in the
area . . . It's at Hyatt Regen-
cy Dearborn's Shushi-Iwa
Hyatt . . . Here's what the
breakfast includes that is
typically considered a luxury
for the morning in Japan .. .
Shashimi (sliced raw fish),
broiled fish, tamago-yaki
(omelette), several kinds of
pickles, mori (dried seaweed),
miso soup (soy bean soup) and
more . . . What? You never had
raw fish for breakfast?
HIS WIFE JEAN didn't lie
when telling hubby Nelson
Sorise that he was ging to a
benefit at Nicky's in Top of
The Troy Bldg. . . . It was to
his good health and happiness
in the surprise retirement of
Nick Sorise's dad attended by
about 120 people.
WOULD YOU believe .. .
Fresh flowers in both rest
rooms at Excalibur, Franklin
Road at 12 Mile and North-
western Highway . . . . And
bartender John Cetrone has
more new mind-boggling
tricks to show plus fun things
like the talking glass ball .. .
Marty Wilk is owner/chef.
I WAS JUST one of the
also-rans in recent gourmet
pizza-making contest by
American Pizza Cafe on
Telegraph Road to kick off Na-
tional Pizza Week . . . Was a
tie with winners Bob Talbert,
Detroit Free Press, and Bernie
Smilovitz, WDIV-TV .

NOW SERVING
GOURMET PIZZA AND FRESH PASTA
AS A COMPLIMENT TO OUR
CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN CUISINE
Entertainment By: REFLECTIONS

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