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September 07, 2002 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-07

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Dakota Bread Co.

West Bloomfield

"I've tried 'en- all and hands
down it's the best. It tastes
lire cage,"

Suzie, West Bloomfield

Dakota Bread Co. offers a wide variety of
gourmet breads and other baked treats as
well as coffee and beverages. Its previous
owner was a Temple Israel member who
started making challah for them and, at some
point, challah took over as the biggest seller,
which it still is.

The flagship Bread Basket in Oak Park has
been the home of generous sandwiches,
homemade soups, blintzes, latkes, knishes
and other traditional deli fare for 34 years. A
variety of trays and off-premises catering also
are available.

Dic you Know, ,

that the four
stores combined serve more than 20,000
pounds of fresh corned beef every week?

Other Choices:

Stage & Co.
Delicatessen, Star Delicatessen, Steve's
Deli, Deli Unique, Onion Roll, Zingerman's,
Gateway Deli, Franklin Grill, One-Stop
Kosher Food Market



Stage & Co.

Dakota Bread
Co. lets customers help bake challah
Thursday and Friday mornings and on cer-
tain evenings before Rosh Hashanah? (But
call first!)

Other Choices:

The Bake Station,
Diamond Bakery, Star Bakeries, Zeman's
New York Kosher Bakery, Esther's Judaica
& Gift World, Steve's Deli


Bread Basket Deli

Oak Park, Livonia, Redford, Waterford

"Their sandwiches are
awesoTe, delicious and
wonde ul
to share
with your

<arin Sherman, West Bloomfield

For 30 years, Diamond Bakery has been
treating the community to a variety of Old-
World style pareve breads, coffee cakes, rolls,
cookies and other fresh baked goods,
including holiday specialties. The seven-layer
cake comes in several shapes and sizes,
including the new mini-sized cakes. Many
made-for-Passover products are available
during the holiday, including a special
Passover version of the popular seven-layer

Did you Know

that Diamond
Bakery sells more than 200 seven-layer
cakes every week, and as many as 900
cakes during the holidays?

Other Choices:

West Bloomfield

Did you now

for all the holidays,"

"Eating the chicKen soup at
the Stage Dell is like going
baci< to grancTa's. It's got
that color that tells you it's
richt from grandma's pot."

Brad Kahn, West Bloomfield

Stage & Co. Delicatessen, started 40 years
ago in Oak Park by Jack and Harriet
Goldberg, has been going strong in West
Bloomfield for the last 20 years under the
direction of their son, Steven Goldberg. The
Stage is known for its two-fisted sandwiches,
homemade soups, salad plates and platters
of traditional Jewish fare.

Did you Know

that the chick-
en soup served at The Stage is made from
the original recipe created by Steven's

Zeman's New York
Kosher Bakery, Star Bakeries, Farmer
Jack, Steve's Deli


Detroit Jewish
Community Center
Jewish Book Fair

Held annually in November at the Jewish
Community Centers in Oak Park and West

"I enjoy looKin;j at all the
boos that are available;
there's such a variety of
authors anc subjects. Vy
friends and I go every year,"

— Beatrice Breshgold, Livonia

Other C - oices:

Deli Unique,
Steve's Deli, Plaza Deli, mom's or grand-



Diamond Bakery

West Bloomfield

"I thin ,< it's excellent. I buy it

Now approaching its 51st year, Detroit's
Jewish Book fair is a nine-day event that
features authors from around the world,
including several local authors. A wide variety
of books are available; including children's
books, fiction, cookbooks, religion,
photography, art, travel, biographies, and
holiday books. All of the books either have
Jewish content or are written by a Jewish

Rhoda Perlin, West Bloomfield

Communal Life continued on page 126

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