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June 14, 1996 - Image 100

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-06-14

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LOBSTER! LOBSTER! LOBSTER!
$1.21"* $12.50* $12.50*

SUMMER'S SIZZLING
WITH A
SENSATIONAL
SEAFOOD SPECIAL

FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY 6:00 P.M.-10:00 P.M.

MAY 31, 1996-AUGUST 31, 1996
Prime Rib $13.95
Baked Stuffed Lobster $16.95
*au' lb. boiled lobster, corn on the cob, potato)

Not Valid With Other Discounts Or Coupons

RESERVATIONS REQUESTED
810/642-0100

ISINGSLEY

HOTEL

AND

SUITES

BLOOMFIELD HILLS
1475 North Woodward Ave. • Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304

Banquet Facilities
& Private Rooms
Are Available

Join Us In June For

The California Adventure

Live Music & Dancing

Wednesday thru Saturday

Sunday Brunch

11am -2pm

Adults $13.95

Children 11 & Under $6.95

810-851-8888

Reservations Are Welcome
Tue. Thur. 5 11 pm Fri.-Sat. 5-12 pm Sun. 11-2 & 3-8 pm

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OYSTERS • SHRIMP • GOURMET BURGERS

A MOST POPULAR WHITEFISH DINNER 5 9.99

(810) 474-8484 • FOR CARRY OUT • PARTY INFO
MUIRWOOD SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER

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DRAKE ROAD AT GRAND RIVER • FARMINGTON HILLS

The Food Was Great,
And It Was An Inside Job

D

ISA 'N DATA ... It was
such a lively party
that guests at the re-
cent grand-opening
shindig by Best Western Execu-
tive Hotel & Suites, 12 Mile just
west of Orchard Lake Road (the
former Clarion Hotel), were
greeted with cheers and hand-
clapping by staff members as
they walked down the aisle into
the fun-festing party room.
Tinsel all over in a Hollywood
motif ... Balloons, three-piece jazz
band (when it wasn't playing
jumpin' standards), prizes, food
and drinks galore, three carica-
turists, etc.
Five interesting food stations
... pasta, shrimp and seafood,
roast beef and turkey carving,
hors d'oeuvres with chicken and
beef brochettes, wine and cheese
and lavish dessert table.
One gal asked another, "I won-
der who catered this tonight?" ...
and was shocked when informed
that Best Western had done the
entire party itself ... That's how
good everything was.
Also a birthday cake for Best
Western, which is celebrating its
50th year ... starting out a half-
century ago in California and
growing from a small lodging
chain into the biggie of today,
spread throughout North Amer-
ica, South America, Europe, Asia,
Africa, the Middle East and
South Pacific, with 282,000 guest
rooms in 62 countries.
Thanks to local guys 'n gals
like Bruce Bussey, general man-
ager; Marlene Asselin, director
of sales; Elizabeth Nolan, food
and beverage director; Laura
Nickel, catering director, and a
host of others, the new Best
Western Executive Hotel &
Suites is getting much acclaim.

It is operated here by Trans land Community College on Or-
Inns Management with fine folks chard Lake Road, just south of 12
like Dan Vosotas, president; Dale Mile, will readily take note that
Gannon, vice president; and this year's food-and-wine biggie
Laura Elkin, regional director of is Saturday, June 22 ... It will
again benefit the culinary arts
sales and marketing.
Best Western Executive Hotel program at OCC and the Chuck
& Suites on 12 Mile in Fanning- Muer Culinary Research Library
ton Hills is the home of Orchard on the Orchard Ridge campus.
CABARET SETTING will
Grille and also becoming quite
the place for all-occasion events set the mood with available
... If the food and service at its snacks and beverages ... as trom-
grand-opening party are even the bonist Larry O'Brien leads the
Glenn Miller Orchestra
slightest hint, there is lit-
into its famed charts of
tle wonder why.
"In The Mood," "Chat-
Folks wore name tags
tanooga Choo Choo,"
so people would get to
"String of Pearls,"
know each other ... Bar-
"Tuxedo Junction,"
rister Larry Greene had
"Moonlight Serenade,"
one made out with "Taxi-
etc. ... Friday, June 14,
dermist" under his name
8 p.m., at the South-
so he wouldn't be asked DANNY RASKIN
field Pavilion, CiNic
too many questions ...
LOCAL
Center Drive and Ever-
Come to think of it, what
COLUMNIST
green.
advice do you ask a taxi-
MAIL DEPT. ... from Lorry
dermist? ... After 28 years, Larry
was moving his law offices from Cooper ... "My husband, Jerry,
Cadillac Towers in Detroit to and I would like to recommend a
Farmington Hills this month ... delicious neighborhood restau-
Sam Greenblatt, member of the rant, Athens Souvlalci in Harvard
United States Maccabiah Com- Row Shopping Center on W. 11
mittee and ice hockey co-chair- Mile Road in Southfield, owned
man, told of the 15th Maccabiah by Vasilli and Tina Valkanos.
`These two young people work
Games in July.
A very creative, fun party ... side-by-side, day in and day out,
and just a sample of how good the serving the neighborhood. They
have just completely refurbished
former Clarion has gotten.
BOAST BY the new Michael's the restaurant to give it an up-
Bagel & Deli, owned by Mike and dated appearance. The food is ex-
Jane Cullen, on Commerce Road cellent, the company is delightful,
between Green Lake Road and the atmosphere is friendly, the
Union Lake Road, is not only hosts are gracious and the prices
about its sandwiches on bagels can't be beat."
CHERRIES JUBILEE at a
or bread, but also Mike's cabbage
soup that he and Jane say they Russian wedding? ... The flam-
will stack up against anyone's... beed cherry sauce may not be a
Russian dessert, but it sure was
It's open seven days.
THOSE WHO AlTENDED gobbled by everyone who at-
last year's Culinary Classic at the tended the recent marriage re-
Orchard Ridge campus of Oak- ception at Temple Beth El of
Roman Kucher-
sky and Lidia Di-
amond.
He is the son
of Sunrise Cafe
head honcho
Mike Kuchersky
and beauty ex-
pert wife Maya
(Maya Skin Care
Center) ... She is
the daughter of
computer expert
Vladimir Dia-

Partying at the grand
opening: Best
Western's Debra
Gotts, Laura Nickel,
Marlene Asselin and
Kristy Poore.

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