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January 28, 1994 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-01-28

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coffee from the right rear and
answers question requests with
personable poise.
Southfield Mountain Jack's
is open seven days . . . Lunch
Monday-Friday, 11:15 a.m. to
2:15 p.m.; dinner Monday-Sat-
urday, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.; and
Sunday, 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Private banquet facilities
hold up to 100 persons . . . with
other parts of the restaurant
available for smaller parties
. . . Some wines and cham-
pagnes are by the glass or
bottle.
Forget that Southfield Moun-
tain Jack's is part of a chain
. This is neighborhood dining
at its best . . . with all the nec-
essary ingredients for a suc-
cessful restaurant-customer
relationship.

ANOTHER ELEGANT

meal in the many years that
Archives of American Art/
Smithsonian Institutions has
held its annual Lundi Gras af-
fairs was carefully scrutinized
and altered somewhat by 15
pre-tasters recently at the
Renaissance Club in Detroit.
The 34th annual Lundi Gras
is set for Valentine's Day, Feb.
14th, 7 p.m., at the Renaissance
Club.
Waitpersons with white
gloves skillfully presented the
cooking artistry of chef Guy
Fanelli and wines of sommelier
Jane McIntyre . . . Catering Di-
rector Diane Meyer, formerly

Fine dining at a
chain restaurant.

with Jim Thompson when he
has Jacques on Telegraph, sat
among the 15 tasting guests
and beamed with pride at their
work.
Archives of American Art's
Lundi Gras is hoped to have the
elegance and sophistication of
the 1940s as it carries out "An
Evening of Romance In The
Sky" . . . The Matt Michaels or-
chestra will provide dancing
melodies with Renaissance
Club turned into a "Cole
Porter/New York Rainbow
Room" atmosphere.
Dorothy Dunitz, Lundi Gras
celebrant since its beginning in
1961 at the former London
Chop House, and Lorraine
Schultz are co-chairpersons of
the black-tie event.
DON'T BE concerned . . . or
alarmed . . . especially if you
have party bookings . . . R.I.K's
in the Orchard Mall on Orchard
Lake Road is not closed . . . and
will honor all reservations, af-
fairs or otherwise.
In fact, co-owner/chef Rick
Halberg says it could take as
much as six months before
R.I.K.'s changes hands . . . Li-
censes have to be transferred
and this can be quite a while.
Rick expects to remain in the

northwest area, preferably
West Bloomfield again, when
he opens another place.
BACK IN March 1991,
Bernie Moss, Kenny Sanders,
Henry Gonte and Nate Light
met at Stage & Co. on Orchard
Lake Road . . . in what turned
out to be the start of a 12th
Street Reunion and the days of
yesterday.
It was recently held at the
Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas .. .
with 92 former Detroiters and
localites from around the coun-
try attending.
Suzie (Bushkin) Syme's hub-
by, fine pianist David, played
the 88 keys at the Liberace Mu-
seum; Estelle Mogel, former
owner of the Spot Bar on 12th
Street, relived those years .. .
and a good time was had by all
who didn't lose money gam-
bling.
SINCE 1983, the spring gala
annual dinners by Michigan
Cancer Foundation have raised
over $3.2 million.
Wayne Newton will headline
the 12th annual black-tie affair,
May 14, at Westin Hotel.
Proceeds from this year's
MCF-Prentis Comprehensive
Cancer Center dinner will again
benefit the institution's patient
care, education and research
programs
$1,000 per couple patron
tickets include invites to a pre-
gala by honorary co-chairper-
sons, Kmart Chairman and
CEO Joe Antonini and wife
Kathy . . . at their Bloomfield
Hills home, May 12 . . . Sponsor
ducats are $500 a couple.
For more info on the 12th an-
nual dinner, call Jackie Sunday
at MCF, 833-0715, ext. 414.
THE NEW YORK Times
Magazine recently printed what
I've wanted to do for a long time
. . . a humorous list of actual
misspellings It found theirs
on menus and specials boards
in Manhattan restaurants and
delis . . . Anti pasta, $3.49;
cream cheese and ox, $3.50;
Breast sandwich, $2.20; Old
turkey platter, $4.95; Grilled
fresh tuna served with soap,
$7.95; Buttler bagel, 60 cents;
Olive leaf on roll, $2.25; Live
wourst, $2.95; Special big leg
with rice, $3.25; Sauteed couch,
$10.95; Chocolate mouse torte,
$5.50.
NINE YEARS ago, Herb
Waze retired as co-owner of
Belle Tire . . . The name, Belle,
was his mother's . . . Living in
Boca Raton, Fla., with wife,
Phyllis, he was elected to com-
mand the 400-member Palm
Beach Power Squadron in its
50th anniversary year . . . Their
38-foot cabin cruiser, called "All
Waze," is Herb's fifth vessel
since boating on Lake St. Clair
and Lake Huron.
The Palm Beach Power
Squadron is one of 460 nation-
wide. ❑

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