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February 04, 1994 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-02-04

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SHIRLEE BLOOM'S KOSHER KITCHEI4`
IS NOW OPEN
UNDER SUPERVISION OF THE METROPOLITAN KASHRUTH COUNCIL OF MICHIGAN WITH MASHGIACH ON PREMISES

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COMPLETE ARRAY OF DELICIOUS HOME-MADE FOOD DAILY FOR CARRY-OUT, DINE N & CATERING

for events casual to elegant,
detailed in all aspects, with
party-planning from invitations
to flowers to food and wine
selection.
Most of the food at Cafe
Cortina, distinctly Italian, is
from recipes of the Tonon fam-
ily, whose background is pure
Italian . . . It is so wonderful to
see that the loss of Adriano has
not held Rina from continuing
to do what they both loved so
much.
"My focus," says Rina, "is and
always will be on the food and
service. I put myself in the cus-
tomer's position. I enjoy having
great food and wine together
with professional service. This
will always keep people coming
back to a restaurant, whether
it is ours or someone else's."
When a restaurant is loved
so much by its owner and em-
ployees, nothing but good can
be a result . . . Cafe Cortina has
this, with adoration also corn-
ing from customers.
Highly successful has been
its series of regional Italian din-
ners that has customers walk-
ing out the door at evening's end
with a reservation for the next
one ... Coming up is Cafe Corti-
na's "Carnevale A Venezia," 7
p.m. Feb. 9 . . . $48 per person.
Romantic Cafe Cortina . . . it
has received this rating as num-
ber one . . . is so much more
than just a pretty place with ex-
cellent food and service . . . It

The cafe is keeping
a family legacy
alive.

has heart . . . and a love for cus-
tomer-pleasing that Rina and
Adrian() Tonon strived for and
attained with full measure.
The combination of Rina,
their son, Adrian, and Paul, to-
gether with a fine staff of
employees, are upholding an ex-
cellent way of fine Italian din-
ing that Adriano worked and
lived for . . . You can bet they
won't let him down in its con-
tinuance.
CONGRATS . . . to sister
Belle Weingarden . . . on her
birthday.
LAST YEAR the Winter
Foods Festival at Rochester
Chop House on Main Street in
Rochester brought over 20,000
customers in eight weeks of din-
ing festivity.
It's here again . . . through
March 20 . . . with Owner Bill
Kruse's menu of winter dishes
updated each week . . . Winter
pot pie au feu (fresh salmon,
bluefish and breast of chicken
poached with parsnips, garden
potatoes, leeks, shallots, sun-
burst squash and fennel); capel-
lini with grilled Gulfstream
swordfish (three peppers, toma-
toes, capers, white wine and

herbs); cioppino (a Mediter-
ranean seafood stew with leeks
and white wine, served with
garlic-Parmesan crostini);
smoked whitefish sausage fet-
tuccine (lightly smoked Lake
Superior whitefish sausage
with julienne peppers, snow
peas, shallots and a light egg
cream); blackened yellowfin
tuna (crusted with blackened
peppers, king crabmeat and cit-
rus hollandaise).
The Winter Foods Festival
now going on at Rochester Chop
House is during lunch and din-
ner seven days a week.
CRESCENT SHRINE Day
at the Shrine Circus is Feb. 16
. . . I'll be there again with the
fellows, under Sonny Gold-
stein's leadership, taking
around 1,600 kids this year
. . . He's been at it 25 years and
in charge 15 years . . . Give
Sonny a call . . . he can use your
help . . . it's a fun day watching
the circus showstoppers and a
great day seeing youngsters
smiling and laughing . . . 553-
9052.
MARIA'S OF Southfield,
Greenfield south of 11 Mile
Road, is definitely still open
. . . and under the same original
ownership . . . It serves Italian
cuisine six days a week .. .
Tuesday-Friday, lunch 11:30
a.m. to 2:40 p.m., dinner 4 p.m.
to 10 p.m. . . . Saturday and
Sunday, dinner 4 p.m. to 10
p.m.
The restaurant is usually
closed on Mondays, but this
year will be open Valentine's
Day, Feb. 14.
By the way, dessert lovers
have quite a treat in store at
Maria's of Southfield . . . One
has no fat, no sugar and is
served with no-fat yogurt . . . It's
the fresh fruit and nut brownie
there that tastes a little like
strawberry shortcake.
FORMER CUSTOMER at
London Chop House who had
his caricature done by Hy Vogel
called to say hello . . . Hy told
him that he now did paintings
of clowns and the fellow came
to see them . . . buying four
clown paintings to give as gifts
on a recent trip to China .. .
When the businessman re-
turned, Hy asked how they
liked the clowns . . . The former
Chop House customer said he'll
never know ... Chinese custom
is never to open a gift in front of
the person giving it.
Hy has hundreds of clown
paintings and is willing to work
out an exhibit with a Jewish
charitable organization, with
the group getting a portion of
the proceeds . . . He can be
reached at 353-8082.

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