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February 19, 1993 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-02-19

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CHANGING THE WAY YOU THINK

Cafe Katon Plans
Move To Lincoln

ELIZABETH APPLEBAUM ASSISTANT EDITOR

T

he name is New
York, but the good
taste is pure Detroit.
Leo Mertz is set to
open a new kosher pizze-
ria, to be called New York
Pizza World, on Lincoln
Road near Greenfield in
Oak Park in about six
weeks. "The lease has
been signed; I'm meeting
with the health depart-
ment; the equipment has
been ordered," Mr. Mertz
said. "It's just a question
of when I can get there."
Mr. Mertz now operates
a kosher pizza place, Cafe

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Congregation B'nai Moshe
will continue its Jewish
Family Encounters series
8 p.m. Feb. 24 at the syna-
gogue.
The topic for the
evening is "Beyond the
Mezuzah: Interior Design
of the Jewish Home." The
discussion will feature
Rabbi Elliot Pachter, Sue
Stettner, director of
Jewish Experiences For
Families, and Dan
Stettner, psychologist.
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the entire community at
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The Young Family Shabbat
committee of Temple Emanu-
El and Jewish Experiences
For Families (JEFF) will host
a Young Family Havdalah
Dinner 5:30 p.m. Feb. 27 at
the temple.
The program is for families
with children 7 years old (2nd
grade) and younger. Families
will create Havadalah sets for
home use and share in a fami-

ly dinner.

BAHM Plans
Karaoke Night

Congregation Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses will host its se-
cond annual Karaoke Caba-
ret, 8 p.m. Feb. 27 at the
synagogue.
Light refreshments will be
served, and there is a charge.
For information, call the

synagogue office, 851-5933.

Katon, on Coolidge in Oak
Park. But he decided to
move to be closer to the J\
center of the Orthodox
community.
New York Pizza World
will feature many of the ,/
same delicacies — such as \,
pizza, baked potatoes,
pasta dishes and nachos
— offered at Cafe Katon.
But the menu will be ex-
panded to include a larger va-
riety ov soups and salads, as
well as a new item: fish and L\
chips.
"Basically, we'll offer- /\
carry-out, though we'll
have a few tables and
chairs," he said.
Mr. Mertz, who opened
Cafe Katon in 1973, plans
to retain his present store
and turn it into a pareve_/
bakery.

A move closer to
the Orthodox
community.

He said he chose the-
name New York Pizza
World because "everybody
thinks New York is the
best."
Though he has yet to set )
a date for the restaurant's
debut, Mr. Mertz said he \ 1
doesn't plan any fanfare
when New York Pizza
World's doors first swing
open.
"We'll open quietly," he
said, "then hope to make a
lot of noise afterward. ❑

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Judicial Seminar
On Kashrut

The next Detroit Jewish
Judicial Seminar will con-=\
vene noon Feb. 24 in the
offices of Wayne County
Chief Circuit Judge,
Richard C. Kaufman, ;
Room 705 City/County
Building, Detroit. The
topic, led by Rabbi =,
Herschel Finman, will be
"Government Interference
with Religious Practices
as Exemplified by the
USDA Rules of Kashrut."
The lunch and learn is
open to the public. There- '
is a charge for kosher deli
lunch. For information
and reservations, call
Rabbi Finman, 737-7000.

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