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May 13, 1994 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-05-13

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VOTED BEST

FAMILY RESTAURANT

Detroit Monthly

and onion rings are done in
canola oil ... Whatever is want-
ed by customers will be prepared
by him.
Seating at Stewart's is for 120
... plus a patio for 60 more open-

A restaurant jewel
opens near the
medical center.

ing in May with live music.
Although many people have
been coming after learning that
this is Ron Stewart's restaurant,
the problem still exists that not
enough know about the place ...
Stewart's is another restaurant
jewel whose brilliance has begun
to open a lot of eyes.
IT WAS ONLY five days
away from being a surprise 69th
birthday party ... But Bobby
Adell found out ... by turning on
daughter Joan Gold's answering
machine.
She waited by the door of Ex-
calibur Restaurant for him to ar-
rive and Bobby was already
accepting congratulations at the
bar.
150 people were treated to a
festive evening as Joan and par-
ty planner Andrea Solomon
pulled out all stops for a good
time ... Excalibur's interior was
dressed in colorful balloons ...
Table centerpieces were minia-
ture autos in the theme that has
brought Bobby wide recognition
... the patent ideas for automo-
tive betterment on today's cars.
The menu at Excalibur was a
lavish one ... with passed hors d'
oeuvres of coconut chicken,
stuffed mushrooms, etc., to go
with the bowls of jumbo shrimp
... Dinner choice from rack of
lamb, filet or salmon, satisfied a
lot of tastebuds.
Folks enjoyed the caricatures
of Lindsey Press; the psychic and
taro card reading by partners
Kevin Allen and Kerry Daniels;
the music of Suzie Marsh and
Dan Warren foursome; the Mar-
ilyn Monroe look-alike to join
Bobby at the mike; the presen-
tation to him by Joan of his old
Marine Corps bomber jacket that
didn't fit anymore; excellent Ex-
calibur waitpersons like Elaine
Hughan.
Frank Winton ready to have
the cast removed from his leg af-
ter suffering a fracture slipping
on the ice in front of his and wife
Flora's home ... "I can't even sue
myself," said Frank. "And I've al-
ready missed two tournaments"
... He is one of the Midwest's
leading 80-and-over tennis stars.
Marty and Lorraine Blanck be-
ginning to celebrate their 48th
anniversary... even though it
isn't until June ... Clive Cantor
reliving a lot of memories ... Lar-
ry Charfoos, living at the Jeffer-

sonion apartments on Jefferson,
talking about Detroit's upswing
and insisting that too many peo-
ple haven't seen the real beauty
of his city... David Handleman
Creative Drinks, Yards of Beer
with his arm in a cast ... Joe Fla-
gler coming in from Beverly Hills,
Food for Family, Friends Si; Fun
Calif., for the party ... He and
Bobby go back 30 years ... Betty
and Nat Korash still won't tell
where they get their "youth-look-
17600 West 13 Mile at Southfield Rd.
ing" pills...Harry Weinsaft, Bob-
Birmingham • 647-7747
by's oldest friend at the party,
brought in a wheelchair from
Borman Hall...Bluma and Iry
For additional informatiot please call our info line 737-4-URC
Ellman also celebrating their
50th anniversary ahead of time.
Bobby's 69th birthday party by
daughter Joan Gold may not
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have been a surprise ... but it
couldn't have been much better.
SUASriANs
BruschettA
C
HIS MOTHER, Roseann
Starr, buys those fresh, luscious
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fruits for the very popular fruit
tray, is a delivery gal, washes
dishes, cooks, does its outside bar-
b-q cooking and is a very adept
catering head ... Dad, Donald
Starr, is his son's "delivery boy"
among other chores.
They both work for Richard
Starr, owner of Mama-No's
("Your Mama Knows Best) on
Haggerty, south of 14 Mile.
It has been open since Decem-
ber1992, a seven-day-a-week car-
ry-out operation that was
changed over...much for the bet-
thr...from a Romano's spot.
People go for Richard's low-cal
lemon chicken among seven
chicken dinners...plus 12 subs,
four pastas, nine bar-b-q baby
back and St. Louis-style ribs, cod
filet dinners, large bison wings
(like buffalo wings, only bigger),
potato skins, soft garlic sticks,
steak fries, oven brown potatoes,
tole slaw, three salads (garden,
Greek, antipasto) and round or
square pizzas.
His mom and dad are sure
209 W. Sixth St., Royal Oak - 541-8050
proud of the son they work for.
PROBABLY ONE of the
more authentic Japanese restau-
rants around is right in our own
"The Simone Vitale
back yard ... In fact, a lot of peo-
Band is an assurance
I
ple don't even know about it ...
of a great evening."
Nippon Kai on Northwestern
Danny Raskin, Jewish News
B
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Highway between Middlebelt
ve.tAota
St.... 1936
• Weddings
and14 Mile, has a large sushi bar,
• Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
private rooms, cocktail lounge
• Anniversaries
and a complete menu of Japan-
• Private Parties
ese dishes, some of which are sel-
dom seen in this area.
ANY DINNER MENU
. . . ALL YOUR
Japanese food is big on healthy
ITEM WITH THIS
HAPPY OCCASIONS
eating ... Like Nippon Kai's
COUPON
daikon salad on the Heart Smart
(313) 544-7373
menu sector...with white Japan-
ANY DAY!
ese radish thinly shredded by
ANY TIME!
GOURMET DINNER
LUNCHEON
hand, plum vinegar, hijiki (sea-
DINE IN ONLY
FOR 2
weed cooked with sesame oil) and
BUFFET
NOTHING
LIKE
IT
ANYWHERE!
Additional Plate Charge
MON. - FRI. 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
little pieces of seafood.
INCLUDE&
For Spit Orders.
SIZZLING RICE SOUP, POT STICKER, CRAB RAGOON,
HENRY BASKIN is chair-
ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT
GLAZED DEEP-FRIED CHICKEN, GEE MA MEIN BEEF,
ITEMS GALORE INCLUDING 4 ENTREES!
man of the Governor's Task Force
SPICY SHRIMP. VEGETABLE FRIED RICE, PEANUT
$3 CHILDREN
BUTTER SUNDAE, FORTUNE COOKIES.
on Domestic Violence ... and will
■ -0
d". 10 & UNDER
ADULTS
head its public meeting 7 p.m.-
5 1.7
TWO!
8:30 p.m. May18, at the Oakland
•EXOTIC DRINKS • CHOICE COCKTAILS • PRIVATE DINING ROOM • CATERING • LUNCHES
County Commissioner's Audito-
rium, Oakland County Service
Center, 1200 North Telegraph
Road in Pontiac. El
L.
Expires 5-19-94
35135 Grand River (Drakeshire Shopping Center)
476-9181

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