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July 21, 1995 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-07-21

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ENJOY GREAT DINING
ON OUR OUTDOOR PATIO

ing concept will be a 130-seater
The Restaurant ... and the Ritz's
present The Grill will become
The Bar, with entertainment,
dancing, cocktails and a limited
menu in an 80-seat fun atmos-
phere ... The excellent Ritz-Carl-
ton Sunday brunch, 10:30 a.m. to
2:30 p.m., will remain in the tea
lounge sector.
BIG DOINGS are in store by
Sweetwaters Bistro on Cass Lake
Road in Keego Harbor ... The
fine restaurant, owned by Cheryl
and Dr. Joel Kimelman, will host
"A Call For Change," Sept. 30, 5
p.m. to 1 a.m. ... a benefit for Pe-
diatric AIDS sponsored by Chil-
dren's Hospital of Michigan.
Tents will be put up on both
sides of the building, with Santia
Hall banquet facilities across the
street from Sweetwaters Bistro
also available for dancing ... The
tents will have appetizers, soft
drinks, beer and wine ... Plus
dancing and open bar, Santia
Hall will have a $5.95 buffet of
pizza, salad and pasta ... Folks
can also dine inside Sweetwaters
Bistro.
Over 1,000 people are expect-
ed to attend, with a colorful en-
trance button sold for $19.95 ...
Local merchants will contribute
to a raffle that will go on all
evening ... "A Call For Change"

Most items are in
season all year.

is a play on words with the let-
ters of "change" saying, Children
Having AIDS Need Grownups
Everyday.
The $19.95 admittance button
will not only enable folks to get
into the big shindig, but be a big
help in fighting the dreaded dis-
ease among children.
Cooperation is coming from
everywhere ... Volunteers can
contact Cheryl at Sweetwaters
Bistro, (810) 683-9010.
THOSE SALAMIS every cou-
ple received on the Miracle Mis-
sion II weren't just taken from
cartons and given out ... Every
one was initially hung to dry ...
The "Es Gesunderheit" greeting
and salamis were from Doreen
and David Hermelin and Star
Deli's Rose and Sid Neuman.
LIKE NIGHT and day ... the
record business and restaurant
game ... They may both be en-
tertainment, says community-ite
Barney Ales, but what a differ-
ence ... He is 50-50 partner with
Steve Kalil at the beautiful
Steve's Back Room on Orchard
Lake Road and 14 Mile ... Bar-
ney's love for better-than-good
Middle Eastern food and the
sleek Steve's Back Room make a
good combination.
FIRST WEEK in August will
be 10th anniversary of Salad
Scene, owned by Rhonda and

Larry Katz, in the Tel-12 Food
Court on Telegraph ... To cele-
brate, drawings will be held with
food prizes given away ... Entry
blanks will be available Aug. 1-
Aug. 8, with drawings Aug. 9.
STEPPIN' OUT, helping peo-
ple with AIDS and HIV, will ben-
efit from all sales at any
Michigan Border's Books and
Music or Border's Bookshop the
weekend of July 28-30 ... 15 per-
cent of all purchases go to Step-
pin' Out ... For more info on this
or its upcoming Walk/Run &
Celebrity Auction, call Andy
Sharkey, 546-6770.
DISA 'N DATA ... Mark
Plotkin is taking tap dance
lessons and wife Lu has thoughts
about it ... Dr. Marshall Shapiro
is getting ballroom instruction to
keep up with dance champ wife,
Dee, but won't give up his day job
of plastic surgery ... Marvin and
Darline Leader continue to get a
lot of looks with their smooth
dancing ... Joe Noble and Mike
Davis please folks as "shoe dog"
stalwarts at Alan Bishop's Mr.
Alan's on 10 Mile in Oak Park.
They're still talking about that
Cream of Michigan article writ-
ten a short while back by Eliza-
beth Applebaum in The Jewish
News ... Jack Surnow calls from
Palms Springs, Calif., and Arthur
Sweet comes roaring into the of-
fice ... both stating that the pic-
ture was wrong ... "The Cream"
never had a bar, and where were
the Pingree side booths? ... Liz
says the picture was from Detroit
Public Library's Burton Histor-
ical Collection.
We were out of town at the
time, but understand that
Manuel Chavez really put on a
doozy for the 10th anniversary
celebration of Ristorante de Mod-
esta in Market Street on North-
western ... Those aren't the
original Darbys recipes people
can get via mail ... Gimmick used
is Darby's with an apostrophe ...
Bernie Kerner has the real ones
in a bank vault ...
Wasn't intended as the biggie
... few places could hold it ...but
about 50 attended the recent
12th Street Reunion of close
friends at Big Daddy's Parthenon
on Orchard Lake Road ... 32
members and the rest spouses
and guests ... Reunion commit-
tee was Ruth and Bernie Moss,
Nate and Irene Light and Sandy
Zack.
Roy and Barbara Feinberg re-
cently visiting the Detroit locale
and looking up Avery and Mari-
lyn Warrick was like a no-lose
bet ... Roy and Avery have been
friends over 60 years ... And Av-
ery's mother loaned Roy's mom
something used to wear at her
wedding years back ...
Name of catering hall opening
around October on Drake by Big
Daddy's will be called Parthenon
House ... Sara's Kosher Deli &
Restaurant on Greenfield and 10
Mile will close its doors July 31. Li

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