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June 16, 1995 - Image 75

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-06-16

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... open seven days a week ...
Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m. to 2
a.m.; Friday, 11 a.m. to 3:30 a.m.;
Saturday, 12 noon to 3:30 a.m.;
Sunday 12 noon to 2 a.m.
Being a good solid neighbor-
hood family restaurant has much
worthy appeal ... Como's is this
and a lot more.
A GREAT fund-raising idea
would be to have a showing and
sale of Hy Vogel's 300 or 400
paintings of clowns that he has
at home ... I know Hy will go for
it, splitting the profits.
The 94-year-old former Lon-
don Chop House celebrity cari-
caturist since 1934, has some
excellent clown paintings in over
14 years of doing them ... Hy is
presently showing about 45 or 50
at Cooper's Jewelry in Brighton.
Raising money is the name of
the game with charitable groups,
and this is a terrific vehicle.
Call Hy in the morning at 353-
8082.
TIME TO ZIP up again ...
Sixth annual clothing drive by
Guys N' Gals in Orchard Mall,
Orchard Lake Road north of
Maple, is today from 10 a.m. to 9
p.m.
Ring up the huge zipometer at
Guys N' Gals to help the home-
less of Oakland County ... Old
jeans (no holes and clean) are
traded in at half-price for a new
pair ... Folks can also make a tax
deductible donation of small fur-
niture, bedding, other clothes, etc.
Gets bigger every year ... 500
pairs of jeans plus other stuff was
and playing much music for record-setter last year ... Lois
listening and dancing on the Levenson, Julie Feldman and
large outdoor deck ... Ronnie Sheri Levenson Stay are the
Skeeter, guitar; Bunker Garber, thoughtful gals.
CONGRATS ... to Annette
bass and vocals; and Angelo
and
Al Landy, of Plantation, Fla.
Santo, violin.
Sure the open pizza kitchen is ... on their 64th anniversary ...
still there ... with pies being Was celebrated Memorial Day
tossed at the Woodward side win- weekend while attending and
dow. participating in the bar mitzvah
Italian specialties that include of a great-grandson in Miami ...
many popular items are joined Annette and Al were married by
by seafood choices like white fish, the late Rabbi A. M. Hershman
salmon, scrod, etc. at Congregation Shaarey Zedek
You know the old saying about in Detroit's old Wolverine Hotel.
SOMETHING different by
riding too many horses with not
enough backsides ... George and Michigan Cancer Foundation
Sicilia found this out when they Partners is the Detroit Horse
opened another restaurant in Show and fashions by Somerset
Grosse Pointe just six years after Collection ... It's June 23, 6:30
the Ferndale spot ... But four p.m. to 10 pm. ... hosted by Cane
years were enough to tell them and Les Lenchner at the Bloom-
to concentrate on just one, which field Hunt Club in Bloomfield
they did with gleaming results. Hills.
Another fine MCF arm, its Cir-
They waited 15 years on
Woodward and Nine Mile before de of Fellows, will have a black-
receiving a liquor license ... and tie gala celebrating change of
the ability to oblige customers seasons, June 22, 6:30 p.m. to
has paid off with both food and 9:30 p.m., in the Grosse Pointe
beverage ... Many dishes were home of Debbie and Ken Meade
not on the menu, but Como's al- ... Food by Jimmie Schmidt ...
ways seemed able to accommo- For more info, call Jackie Sun-
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date people and prepare items day, 313-8-0174.
RECENT WINNERS of the
they wanted.
Much pride is taken in its Golden Boy raffle by Jewish En-
home cooking ... making their semble Theatre were Jeff Ewald,
own sauces, soups, etc. ... The first; Lou Gordon, second; Mar-
Como's pizza dough is its own se- sha and Fred Newman, third.
REMEMBER this Sunday ...
cret recipe.
Como's has some great hours It's Father's Day. 111

casual friendliness that is ex-
pectc from a good solid family
restaurant.
Some of Como's waitstaff per-
sonnel have been there a lot of
years ... Rose Balowski has the
most seniority with 35 years ...
Bobbie Waszlewski, Frances
Keating, Sally Gordon and Jack-
ie Leggio have been there 17
years or more ... plus "youngster
veterans" like Pat Shirley with
five years.
Weather permitting, people
eat both outdoors and indoors ...
The comfortable deck with its
horseshoe bar, patio music and
solid look of beauty went over so
big that people gladly waited in
line to go outside and dine ...
When first built, the Gregos
knew some people would eat
there, but never dreamed it
would be so many ... It is so mod-
ern that computers are used now
where waitpersons don't have to
come inside to place their order
... and a beeper signals when it
is ready.
Live entertainment is inside
and outside on Thursday, Friday,
Saturday and Sunday evenings
. Thursday and Sunday is the
highly popular D'Angelo Trio,
strolling from table to table inside

Your Hosts: Rick Rogow & Tommy Peristeris

Welcome to the best Greek food this side of Greektown
featuring the finest lamb chops among other excellent Greek favorites.

OUR OUTSIDE DINING

PATIO IS NOW OPEN

Let Us CATER Your Next Affair.
Now Accepting Reservations
JOIN US FOR LUNCH
For All Private Occasions
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Open 7 Days • Carry-Out Available

Great steaks
with a zip.

6199 Orchard Lake Rd. (N. of Maple) West Bloomfield

Play the market
right and you
could lose it all.

737.8600

We're twice as good as before!

R
JOE M E A

2000 Gratiot Avenue, Detroit
(313) 567-1088

You could lose things
like extra weight. High
blood pressure. And high
blood cholesterol levels.
The very things that con-
tribute to heart attack and
stroke.
All you have to do is in-
vest wisely at the super-
market.
Buy more in the fresh
produce, pasta, breads
and cereals sections. And
purchase fish, poultry and
lean meats instead of fatty
or processed meats.
Switch to low-fat dairy
products and margarine.
And check the nutritional
listings on food labels.
In short, be selective
about how you play this
market. Because no mat-
ter how much you lose,
you've got a lot to win.

MUER'S GRILL

30855 Southfield Road, Southfield
(810) 644-5330

Join us every Tuesday for Lobster Night!

$10.00 per person includes a 1 lb. Maine lobster,
corn on the cob & potato.



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