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October 29, 1993 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-29

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The Best Tray Catering
In Michigan...Period

light, slightly creamy, though
not too much . . . For National
Coney Island to have one of the
better homemade rice puddings
around ($1.95) is understand-
able . . . After all, what else
could be expected from a restau-
rant like this?
The Giftos family, grandfa-
ther, son and grandson, is a
highly-respected trio in other
regards, also . . . It feeds the
hungry and gives to many char-
ities.
They have modernistic ways,
stylings and thinking . . . Their
menu is contemporary and the
company is very progressive-
minded.
National Coney Island em-
ployees, many of who worked at
the first store in 1965, are ex-
tremely oriented in the many
facets of customer satisfaction.
Jim and son Tom Giftos Jr.
do not want people to think of
their restaurants as "greasy
spoons" . . . This, for certain,
they are not . . . All National
Coney Islands are light, airy
and open ... No dinginess that
might be associated with a
number of other coney island
operations who regretfully re-
tain the "greasy spoon" stigma
. . . Thankfully though, a set-

All the operations
have colorful
neon tubing.

up like National has done much
to remove the very false think-
ing that might prevail about all
being the same.
Imagine going to a coney is-
land restaurant where one can
savor the hot dog sandwich or
chili persons may have been
drooling for, while others enjoy
a large selection of various
items from which to choose?
Having a National Coney Is-
land restaurant nearby could
be the answer for another style
of dining paradise.
AND SO IT has come to
pass . . . that the last of the 33
"motorized camels," Bus No. 18
of the Miracle Mission to Israel
last April, will finally have a
reunion.
It can no longer be considered
"left out" by motormates who
will gather 7:30 p.m. Nov. 15
with pictures and all . . . at the
home of Richard and Sally
Krugel, 1257 Charrington (258-
8877).
THEY WERE selected from
around the country and in-
cluded some of the top bakeries
in the United States.
When Bonnie Fishman of
Bonnie's Patisserie on North-
western Hwy. was among those
asked to give a Thanksgiving
dessert recipe to Food & Wine
magazine, she thought nothing
more than of being thrilled.

That is, until the November
issue hit stands and homes .. .
Bonnie's apple-cranberry crumb
tart had been selected by the
editors of Food & Wine as one
of those featured.
CONGRATS . to Ettie a, id
Joe Frankfort . . . on their • 10th
anniversary . . . to Rose a] id
Max Tolan . . . on their 50th an-
niversary . . . celebrated at
Lelli's with family and friends.
RON FORMAN, owner of
Bread Basket Deli on Green-
field in Oak Park, is honorary
chairman of the fine art auction
by Sophie and Harry Hoffman
Chapter, City of Hope, Nov. 4,
at Temple Beth El on Tele-
graph.
Wine and cheese preview
6:30 p.m., will be followed by the
7 p.m. auction in conjunction
with Park West Gallery . . . Pre-
view is $5 per person, no charge
to the auction . . . All work will
be sold with a certificate of au-
thenticity.
For tickets and more infor-
mation, call Micki Kline, 661-
6860; or Corrine Garvin,
557-4491.
OUT THERE, closer than
you may think if the name New
Hudson isn't part of the kcal
geographical knowledge, is
restaurant called Bon-A-Rose.
It's on Grand River, about
four buildings east of Milford
Road off I-96, first exit (151) be-
fore Kensington Park.
This is where Mama June
Maviglia has a homemade
menu with reflection on the
foods with which she brought
up her six children.
It is American with an Ital-
ian flavor ... some of the'clishes
may be not the kind you would
ordinarily expect to find . . . This
is somewhat of an Italian
restaurant with a different
twist.
While Mama Rose oversees
in the kitchen, one of the sons,
Joe Tyrell, runs the operation
. . . making sure that the meat
loaf, manicotti or roast beef is
the kind that he remembers be-
ing brought up on.
THIS YEAR'S annual bin-
go and auction by City of Hope,
Mr. and Mrs. Group, is also a
birthday celebration . . . Num-
ber 80 by the national organi-
zation will be feted with a cake,
too, at the fun night, Nov. 13, in
Ramada of Southfield (former
Day's Hotel) on W. Nine Mile
. For more info, call President
Greenspan, 647-1100 . David
Halperin is chairman and
Isadore Bernstein co-chairman.
I'M BIG ON people who
keep their word . . . Cy Feld-
man has gone to the top in my
book . In the recent mail came
a cassette, "The Legend of Al
Jolson," narrated by Walter
Winchell . . . Cy said he would
send me one to replace the
treasured tape I had lost ... and
did.



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