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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-31

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Since 1939

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SOUTHFIELD

7618 Wop
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DAYS
12 noon to 9 p.m.

SUN

Our Daily Hours ... Mon. 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Tues. Thru Thurs. 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Sun. 12 noon-9 p.m.

LIGHT SIDE MENU AVAILABLE ANYTIME

SPECIAL QUALITY PARTIES
UP TO 200

Specializing In: Bar Mitzvahs, Sweet 16s,
Showers, Anniversaries, Retirement
Parties, Birthdays, Weddings, Etc.

Special Appetizer Parties Available

LOW BANQUET RATES FOR ALL OCCASIONS

20% OFF

DINNER ONLY 4 p.m. to CLOSING 7 DAYS, MON. THRU SUN.

DINE IN (Maximum 10 People) • CARRY-OUT (Maximum $75 Order)
GOOD WITH COUPON ONLY ... IN BOTH OUR CHINESE RESTAURANT
& JAPANESE STEAK HOUSE WITH PURCHASE OF 2 OR MORE DINNERS

• Dinner Entrees Only
• Not Good In The Tokyo Sushi Bar
• Not Good With Any Other Coupons • Not Good On Our Specialty & Combo Menus

Expires 1 -31 -94

Limitations On Coupons

HONG KONG
WHITEFISH
SPECIAL

795



(No Ice Cream
or Other
Dessert)

NOT GOOD WITH ANY OTHER COUPONS OR SPECIALS
EXPIRES 1-31-94

HONG KONG
STEAK
SPECIAL

895
.

(No Ice Cream
or Other
Dessert)

NOT GOOD WITH ANY OTHER COUPONS OR SPECIALS
EXPIRES 1-31-94

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Orchard Lake Rd. and 14 Mile Rd. • Farmington Hills

TOKYO JAPANESE STEAK HOUSE I CANTONESE & NORTHERN CUISINE
851-8600
851-7400

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29110 Franklin Rd. • Southfield • 357-4442

NOW OPEN
SUNDAYS
4PM-9PM

Now
For
Oniy $ 6 95 $ 8 95
You Can Be Fashionably Early

Arrive at Norm's Oyster Bar & Grill between 4:00 and
6:00 in the evening, Monday through Saturday and 4:00 to
5:30 on Sunday, and enjoy one of our specially
priced, EARLY BIRD DINNER selections.

From only $6.95-$8.95 you can enjoy
one of the seven entrees offered. This price
includes soup of the day, garden salad or
cole slaw, hot bread and butter, and your
choice of coffee, tea or milk.

Clxxx,e frm:
• Orupilled Ground Round • Battled ( - amain Whildtsh
• Petite Filet Niignon
• Grilled liretst of Chid:en Tcriyaki
• lirix)n Chicken Fetruccini • Setfo(xl Pasta nruinara
• Yuuteedltvci- alx1Caramelizrd ()Mats
Your party nuts1 check in by 6:00 pm to order these specials

eration includes a major spe-
cialty — beautiful tray catering.

TROY

Charley's Crab, 5498 Crooks
Rd., Troy, 879-2060. Its dining
room was once the beautiful
great room of an auto baron's
Grosse Pointe mansion, sheer
elegance, and the true concept
of Chuck Muer seafood cuisine
is highly exemplified here. But
don't think for a moment that
this is all, just seafood. Charley's
Crab's menu, although highly
fish oriented, also includes dish-
es to delight other palates.

Mon Jin Lau, 1515 E. Maple,
Troy, 689-2332. Enjoy unique
dishes with Thai and Indone-
sian influences as well as clas-
sic Chinese cuisine. Voted Best
Chinese restaurant by Monthly
Detroit. Exceptional dining for
over 22 years. Kitchen open till
one a.m. on Fridays and Satur-
days and until midnight the rest
of the week. Mon jin Lau offers
lunch, dinner, take-out and late
night dining.

Nicky's, 755 W. Big Beaver,
Top of Troy Bldg. Concourse,
362-1262. One of the premier
dining and dancing restaurants
in the metropolitan area, Nicky's
is the class act operation owned
by _John Reaser and Nick Sorise.
It features fine dining at rea-
sonable prices with live danc-
ing for listening and dancing
Tuesday thru Saturday. A sump-
tuous all-you-can-eat Sunday
Buffet, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. is a
weekly awaited event for com-
plete family dining.

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WALLED LAKE

Key Largo, 142 E. Walled Lake
Dr., Walled Lake, 669-1441. A
Northwest premiere in water-
front dining, experiences at Key
Largo include a lot of tropical
fun. A large menu that features
new pastas, pizzas, ribs, sand-
wiches, salads and daily fresh
fish specials at both lunch from
11 a.m. to dinner at 4 p.m. Its
banquet room is available for
all events.

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WARREN

Andiamo Italia, 7096 E. 14
Mile Road, Warren, 268-3200...
One of the East Side's most pop-
ular Italian restaurants, Andi-
amo and owner joe Vicari are
proud of an ability to bring tru-
ly fine dining with legendary
Chef Aldo Ottaviani. Surround-
ings of the beautiful Andiami
atmosphere is also a treat for
folks who have discovered that
only minutes to a half-hour sep-
arates them from a true culinary
jewel.

Arriva Italia Ristorante,
6880 E. 12 Mile Rd., Warren,
573-8100. Chef Bill Hall has es-
tablished himself as an inno-
vator of new ideas in Italian
cuisine. Fresh pasta is made on
the premises every day. A fa-
vorite dining spot for local me-
dia personalities, Arriva is open
7 days a week, Wednesday
nights, _Johnny Trudell plays
jazz. Mon. thru Sat. are the clas-
sic romantic sounds of Italy's
Franko Viola for dancing and

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WARREN

WEST BLOOMFIELD

listening. Private dining rooms
are available.

warm casual atmosphere is
Tues., through Sun.

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Sultan's, 7295 Orchard Lake
Rd., Robin's Nest Plaza, West
Bloomfield, 737-0160. Raves of
outstanding merit have been
received by Sultan's, where the
price is right for Lebanese and
American food. The original
head chef since Sultan's opened
in 1985, is still in the kitchen
making the authentic middle-
eastern food. Sultan's new low-
priced all-you-can-eat Sunday
brunch and daily lunch have
gained prominence with food
selections for everyone in the
same exotic atmosphere.

WEST BLOOMFIELD

Big Daddy's Parthenon,
6199 Orchard Lake Road, 737-
8600. Opal comes to the sub-
urbs as Big Daddy's Parthenon
flames galore to big crowds
every night. The Greektown in
West Bloomfield is the pride of
Rick Rogow and Tom Peristeris,
whose New Parthenon has been
a Downtown Detroit standout
for over 20 years. The large, ex-
perty-cut and scculent lamb
chops, special recipe Parthenon
cake, traditional Greek favorites,
special salads, etc. have been
winning return customers.

Golden Phoenix, 6257 Or-
chard Lake Rd., Sugar Tree
Shopping Center, West Bloom-
field, 855-3570. Now serving
beer and wine, Golden Phoenix,
specializing in Chinese, Can-
tonese and Szechuan food, is
the same fine restaurant that
had previously been a long-time
favorite on Maple and Tele-
graph. Both dining in and car-
ry-out are available in a wide
assortment of Oriental dishes
for culinary consumption.

Mai Thai, 6635 Orchard Lake
Rd., Old Orchard Shopping Cen-
ter, West Bloomfield, 626-6313.
Those who like the real thing
will enjoy Mai Tai with its very
spicy or non-spicy foods con-
cocted for authentic and tradi-
tional tastes at lunch or dinner.
It presents a casual atmosphere
with seating around 100 and is
open seven days a week.

Pizzeria Uno, 6745 Orchard
Lake Rd., West Bloomfield, 737-
7242. Here is where the origi-
nal deep dish Chicago-style piz-
za is a featured attraction. But
it isn't all with a menu that vir-
tually bustles with burgers, sal-
ads, appetizers and cocktails.
Kids eat free Sun. & Mon.

Ristorante di Maria, 2080
Walnut Lake Road, West Bloom-
field, 851-2500. Although it
only seats around 50 people,
this many-times, jam-packed
Italian restaurant might be
called The Flagship" of the Va-
lente dining stable (La Suna
Grancaffe and Little Italy). It cer-
tainly is the oldest of the three,
starting out years back as just
a little carry-out pizza place and
developing into a very popular
Italian gourmet-style operation.
Wine is served and Ristorante
di Maria is open seven days a
week.

Rikshaw Inn, 6407 Orchard
Lake Rd., Orchard Mall, West
Bloomfield, 851-6400. Known
for many years as a fine Chi-
nese restaurant, Rikshaw is
equally proud of its continental
cuisine that gives it the conno-
tation for gourmet dining with-
out paying big prices. Caesar
salads, lobster, rack of lamb,
etc. are among the elegant
dishes that can be gotten at Rik-
shaw Inn which has been at the
same location over 18 years.

Co., 6873 Orchard
Lake Rd., West Bloomfield, 855-
6622. Celebrating its 30th year,
this highly-regarded restaurant
features cocktails and a menu
to satisfy all appetites. Whether
choosing cheese blintzes
stuffed cabbage, pickled trout,
vegetarian dishes, hand-sliced
New York lox, fresh broiled fish
or matzo ball soup, breakfast,
lunch and dinner dining in a

Stage &

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WINDSOR

Tunnel Bar-B-Q 58 Park St. E,
Windsor, Det. Number 961-
3663. Tunnel Bar-B-Q, off the
Windsor-Detroit Tunnel exit,
and its sister operation, TBQ's
Other Place, are prominent as
two of Windsor's finest restau-
rants. For over 50 years, Tun-
nel has reaped much inter-
national fame for its world fa-
mous ribs and high quality
homemade desserts. TBQ's Oth-
er Place features tasty seafoods,
steaks, chops, cocktails and
much banquet facilities. Tunnel
Bar-B-Q now also serves beer
and wine for the first time in it's
history.

SPOTLIGHT page 60

BIRTHDAY REUNION

Attorney Gerald Curtis
reports that his aunt Celia
Katzman Caplan recently
came to Detroit to attend
Isadore (Nitzy) Bot-
vinick's 80th birthday.
While in town she had the
opportunity to visit with
some of her old time friends,
including Jessie Forman,
Ceil Jacobs, Esther Miller
and Mary Papo.

CHOICES

Linda Klein reports that
Choices, the Women's Divi-
sion Allied Jewish Cam-
paign event program on
March 14 at Shaarey Zedek
will be $18. The luncheon
program will include actress
Tovah Feldshuh. For more
information on Choices, call
642-4260.

GIFT SHOW

The third annual American
Cancer Society Holiday Gift
Show raised 8,000, which
will sponsor children's pro-
0- rams. Marlene
Myers sponsored the event
held in memory of Shirley
Wimmer. Lynn Aleman
and Jay and Sue Kalisky
were the chairmen of the
event. Some of the vendors
inlcuded: Charlotee Biegel,
Lauren Blitz, Paula
Ceresnie, Sharon Collins,
Marilyn Goldberg, Sue
Kalisky, Bonnie Keida,
Sandy Kirsh, Rochelle
Kole, Alicia Nelson,
Arlene Schultz and Elaine
Surnow.

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