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April 27, 1990 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-04-27

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be a fancy white-glove opera-
tion, but the who's who of
metropolitan Detroit come
there on a regular basis.
Few people know wine as
much as Don, so for him to
now also have the non-
alcoholic kind as well is a
large stamp of approval .. .
He also serves non-alcoholic
beers.
All sauteed items are done
in virgin olive oil . . . there is
no better . . . and health-
conscious Don proudly shows
customers his items with the
fat trimmed off.
1940 Chop House cele-
brates its fifth anniversary in
downtown Detroit with class,
imagination, elegance and
the most important facet of
them all . . . customer en-
dorsement of satisfaction .. .
Little more can be asked.
PURCHASE of Jacques
Restaurant and next door
Jovan is now official . . . with
finalizing of papers by new
owner, Unique Restaurant
Corp.
Morel's won't open until a
liquor license has been ap-
proved, which probably won't
be until the end of June .. .
However, it will be ready for
banquets as of June 1.
The atrium has been com-
pletely gutted and in its place
is an English-style herb
garden with cobblestone
walkway and gathering area,
an ideal setting for weddings
. . . Pricing at Morel's will be
quite affordable with the
most expensive main dinner
courses expected to be no
more than $12.95.
It will have three dining
rooms, all surrounding the
herb garden, and seating for
280.
The former Jovan will be
Deli Unique of Bingham
Farms, slated to open around
the middle of June.
ABOUT 80 beers, in-
cluding 30 non-alcoholic, were
the star attraction at recent
beer tasting festivities hosted
by Excalibur restaurant and
Merchant of Vino . . . Those
who enjoy beer, and there are
quite a few connoiseurs, many
somewhat like wine mavens,
had a ball tasting the inter-
national suds.
Beforehand, I enjoyed
another fine dinner at Ex-
calibur . . . especially with so
good a waitress as Terri
Raskin (no relation) with the
pretty smile and appreciated
know-how.
Excalibur's ribs weren't
forgotten by Frank Sinatra
when he was in town recent-

ly . . . Call came for Marty,
who hopped down to the hotel
where Sinatra and entourage
were staying, to cook him his
Detroit favorite.

JERZY KOSINSKI

as Mordechai Chaim Rumkowski

4,

CHILDREN'S MIRACLE

Network gets $1 from every
$7.95 prime rib dinner serv-
ed by Southfield Marriot on
the Northwestern service
drive just west of Lahser.
JAZZ LOVERS will enjoy
Coda at Attic Theatre in the
New Center area through
May 20 . . . The jazz comedy
is about a black family's ties
and the changes within the
family and the world of music
in the 1950s . . . Setting is
Detroit at a local lounge
shortly after the death of
great bebop saxophonist
Charlie Parker.
FINALLY ... no more L.J.
Loophole's fake name . . . And
it took Days Hotel/Southfield
Convention Center on Nine
Mile between Greenfield and
Southfield to make the need-
ed change.
The restaurant is now call-
ed the Broadway Grille, open
seven days a week for
breakfast, lunch and dinner,
plus weekend brunch.
It's newly-refurbished at-
mosphere bears an Old New
York look, accented by a
Broadway theme with the
new decor, carpeting, light fix-
tures and furniture reflec-
tions of a yesteryear's New
York theater district dining
spot.
The new menu has a
gourmet but healthier ap-
proach, placing emphasis on
lighter foods . . . It is still one
of the few places around
where you can get a
turkeyburger sandwich for
lunch.
A special "Spa Menu"
features tasty, no salt, low fat
entrees, and the newly
renovated restaurant also of-
fers deli foods, including hot
and cold sandwiches and
salads.
The former lounge bar next
to the restaurant now also
has a name . . . It's called
Off-Broadway.
Tom Farrel is general
manager of Days Hotel in
Southfield, locale of the
former Shiawassee, Sheraton-
Southfield and Southfield
Hilton.
Bye Bye L.J. Loophole's .. .
Never did like that name and
its corny explanation of the
trumped up guy by somebody
no doubt in a drunken fan-
tasy.



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