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February 19, 1993 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-02-19

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If The Food Wasn't So Delicious... I
It Would Be Comical

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SURE SHE'S proud . . .
and why not? . . . After all,
he'll be her husband May 16
when they tie the knot at
Adat Shalom Synagogue .. .
Yael Goldbaum's hubby-to-be,
Ethan Gross, recently gradu-
ated from Detroit College of
Law with magna cum laude
honors.
WHOEVER THOUGHT
that being seen at a little bar-
b-q place would become
somewhat of a status symbol?
. . . And it's with good food,
too, prepared by Arlyn,
Hester and Mark Meyerson
at Buddy's Bar-B-Q on the
other side (south) of West
Bloomfield Plaza, Orchard
Lake Road north of Maple.
There are only 28 seats, six
4-tops and two 2-tops, with
reservations actually taken
for the bar-b-q chicken, ribs,
chicken noodle soup, nachos
supreme, corned beef sand- •
wiches, tuna sandwiches,
Hester's chocolate chip
cookies, etc.
Don't be surprised if Arlyn,
Hester and Mark also take
the empty locale next door
and call it "The Scotch 'N
Sirloin Room" after the
popular spot owned years
back by Arlyn with brothers
Jerry and Aubrey . . . Talk
about a natural!
IT GETS BIGGER and
better every year . . . but
Michigan The Bountiful's
sixth annual this Sunday, 3 to
6, at Southfield Civic Center
Pavilion, Evergreen and 10 1/2
Mile, will be difficult to beat.
About 30 of Southfield's top
chefs and food emporiums
will highlight the event, co-
sponsored by Michigan's
Chefs de Cuisine Association
and City of Southfield as a

fund-raiser for the MCCA's
scholarship fund for appren-
tice chefs.
Hard to imagine so many
excellent restaurants under
one roof . . . Golden Mush-
room, Morton's, Cocina del
Sol, Ristorante de Modesta,
Morels, Excalibur, Le Metro,
Tango's, Bouquets, Pearl City,
Skyline Club and more.
It's a true gourmet tasting
delight with hot and cold hors
d'oeuvres, entrees and des-
serts plus wines, interna-
tional coffees and spring
water.
Each chef and restaurant
will serve a favorite creation
. . . Tickets are $45 at the
door and dinner attire is
requested.
This is Southfield Commu-
nity Relations Director
Nimrod Rosenthal's baby and
what a beautiful one it has
gotten to be.
THERE'S KOSHER can-
dy for Christmas, Easter,
Thanksgiving, Valentine's
Day, etc. . . . Now American
Bulk Food at West Bloomfield
Plaza will have kosher pac-
zkis, those luscious Polish
jelly doughnut favorites this
Tuesday.
ACTRESS MARLO
Thomas bought 10 valentines
at the Paper Place in Ap-
plegate Square as customers
said she looked and sounded
just like Marlo Thomas, ap-
pearing then at the George
Burns Theatre . . . Was close
by to Excalibur on Nor-
thwestern for the cappuccino
she wanted, where owner
Marty Wilk took one look and
had it ready as she walked in.
3RD ANNUAL Interna-
tional Cultural Festival by
Ritz Carlton Dearborn and
Ford Motors ends Feb. 22-28
with Mexico . . . Regional din-
ing and culture entertain-
ment have been featured dur-
ing the six-month festival.
REUNION BY Alpha
Lambda Chapter of Phi
Sigma Delta, National Jew-
ish Social Fraternity at
University of Detroit during
the mid '50s and early '60s,
was just talk until interest
became so huge that
something is finally being
done about it . . . The fun get-
together of much reminiscing
is March 20, 7 p.m., at Laurel
Manor on Schoolcraft . . . Call
Bob Share at his office,
727-1160, or home, 626-1664.
LIVE MUSIC is every
evening now at Chuck Muer's
PALS restaurant on West
Maple off Orchard Lake Road
. . . Ernie Swan on piano and
vocals Monday-Thursday, 5:30
to 10, and Fridays to 8:30 .. .
Night air with Kerry Lacy is
Fridays 9 p.m.-1 a.m. . . . and
the Ernie Swan Trio Satur-
days 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. ❑

riF Casual Family Dining & Cocktails
Steaks, Seafood, Chicken & Ribs
a. Banquet Facilities & Private Garden Room
for Parties, Receptions & Meetings
ga. Lunch & Dinner Specials
r Music with "Park Ave."
Thursday, Friday, Saturday Evenings

IF Hours
Mon.-Thurs.11:30am-11pm
Friday 113Darn-12 midnight
Saturday 4pm-12midnight
2pm•1Opm
Sunday

1990 Hiller Road, West Bloomfield • 681-6195
BETWEEN COOLEY LAKE ROAD AND COMMERCE ROAD

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EXTENDED!
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"EXHILARATING
— Detroit News
"MANY MAGIC
MOMENTS!"
— Detroit Free Press

niumommocumn

Tickets at all •nr -fl:"
outlets inc. Hudson's, Harmony House &
Sound Warehouse • Charge by phone
(313) 645 - 6666
Info & group rates
(313) 544-3030

magic bag theatre

22918 Woodward north of 9 Mi • Ferndale

$4
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THIS OFFER CAN NOT BE COMBINED WITH ANY
OTHER OFFER OR DISCOUNT PROGRAM
Limit 4 tickets • Not valid Fri 8 PM or
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for all occasions

One of Metropolitan Detroit's Most
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Wonderfully Prepared Catering
in Your Home, Office or at Our Restaurant

Fine Dining and Live Entertainment
MONDAY NIGHTS
TUES. THRU SAT.
BEGINNING MARCH 1

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AND
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For Your Listening and Dancing Pleasure

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Call the Jewish News Advertising Department
354-6060

FEBR U AR Y

employees at Great Northern
have been there since the
beginning . . . This says a lot
for any establishment, but
most particularly a restau-
rant, a business known for its
wide turnover of employees.
When it was a Sign of The
Beefcarver, the decor had an
Early American theme .. .
Today, Great Northern, a big
State of Michigan booster
with about 85 percent of its
products from the state, has
the Peterhansrea touch that
brings the Northern at-
mosphere so many people
long for.
Great Northern is unique
and very interesting . . . cer-
tainly highly dedicated as a
State of Michigan restaurant
. . . With much of today's
) themes more and more
centered around Wolverine
State support, this "sleeper"
restaurant has not only
stayed with the times . . . but
in a way that is most
appealing.

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