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October 11, 2002 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-11

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• Steaks • Chops
• Seafood • Pasta
• Martini and Champagne Bar
• Cigar Lounge

Robert Kimoto

Tableside Cooking
Chef Extraordinaire

Invites All His Old Friends to Enjoy
Their Favorite Tableside Dish. dki
Just ask, whether on

The Best Of Everything

the menu or not!

RESERVE NOW
FOR CHOICE
DATES ON
HOLIDAY PARTIES



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Bar/Bat Mitzvahs,
Showers, Etc.
Private rooms or Use
Our Entire Restaurant!

CLASS ACT IS
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SPECIAL EVENTS

Now Appearing \tx1

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Saturday, I
October 19 1

THURS., FRI. & SAT

o Standards, Pops, Jazz

An MGM Grand Favorite

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Enjoy Dining In An
Artsy Contemporary
Environment Right
Out Of South Beach
In Your Backyard,
Downtown
Royal Oak!

"A DINING GEM... WITH A LAVISH KNOCK-YOUR-SOCKS-OFF INTERIOR...
IT'S REFUSAL TO COMPROMISE ON QUALITY GOES OVER BIG."
DANNY RASKIN,
Open 7 days From 5 p.m.
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CORNER FOURTH ST. & LAFAYETTE ST. NEXT TO THE ROYAL OAK MUSIC THEATER

(248) 582-4700

656510

eclat _Oeopfe Oeseitoe,y1 tf)ecial tO1'.

Wednesday, Oct. 16

Candy (reg., kosher or fat-free} • Nuts

• Dried Fruits • Cookies • Novelties
• Beautiful Trays on Stylish Wicker,

• Elegant Lucite Boxes • Artistic Baskets

32418 Northwestern Hwy. • Bet. Middlebelt 7 14 Mile Rd.

Fax:

OF THE SEVEN

local restaurants
named by Gourmet Magazine among
America's 100 best, personal favorite
listed is Emily's, owned by Rick
Halberg on Center Street in Northville
... Gourmet malt's editor is Ruth
Reichel, former-food critic for the Neu)

York Times.

Others named were ... Tribute,
Farmington Hills; Giovanni's, Detroit;
Agave, Detroit; Luigi's, Harrison
Township; and Village Bistro, Grosse
Pointe Farms.
SEEING SIGNS ... In the window
of a local restaurant, "Open 7 Days &
Weekends."
"DON'T BELIEVE TALK that
Excalibur has been sold, or is even near
being sold," says owner Marty Wilk.

GIORGIO'S COUNTERSIDE

Bosses Day

248-737-8088

smile ... while Alex
Lumelsky took pic-
tures of folks at the
silent auction.
The Black Tie
Ball by Partners gets
better every year.

248-737-3869

Toll Free:

1-877-GIFTS-88

diner on Orchard Lake Road in West
Bloomfield has apparently brought back
the big craze of sitting at a counter that
at one time thrilled so many people.
MAIL DEPT. ... "Our omi and
poppi used to own Executive Custom
Shirtmakers in Birmingham. They
would like you to know that they are
celebrating their 50th wedding anniver-
sary. We love our omi and poppi, Ernest
and Marietta Drucker, very much!
Their five grandsons, Josh Ludin, 13;
Jacob Ludin, 11; Ari Sokolov, 10; Jesse
Sokolov 7; Corey Sokolov, 2."
CONGRATS ... To Al Guttman ...
on his 95th birthday.
KORN KORNER ... A lady put an
ad in the classifieds, "Husband
Wanted." Next day she received a
hundred letters. They all said the same
thing: "You can have mine."

OLDIE BUT GOODIE Dept. ...

Wedding And Party Specialists
Flowers For All Occasions

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OF NATURE
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FLOWERS

STATE

WHAT'S EATING
HARRY KERSHAUM?
www.detroitjewishnews.com

(248) 559-5424
(888) 202-4466 Fax: (248) 559-5426
29115 Greenfield, Southfield, MI 48076

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2002

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An elderly Jew and a young Jew are
traveling on the train. The young Jew
asks, "Excuse me, what time is
The elderly Jew does not answer.
"Excuse me, sir, what time is it?"
The old Jew keeps silent.
"Sir, I'm asking you what time is it.
Why don't you answer?!"
The old Jew says, "Son, the next stop
is the last on this route. I don't know
you, so you must be a stranger. If I
answer you now, I'll have to invite you to
my home. You're handsome, and I have a
beautiful daughter. You will both fall in
love and you will want to get married.
"Tell me, why would I need a son-in-
law who can't even afford a watch?" ❑

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