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October 18, 2002 - Image 99

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-18

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STAR DELI

STAR'S TRAYS CANT BE BEAT
FOR QUALITY & PRICE!

IS ONE OF THE BEST CARRY OUT ONLY
RESTAURANTS IN AMERICA!

to see and eat at the fabled dining spof.'
Carl's is the oldest steakhouse in this
part of the country.
As folks pull off the Lodge
Expressway, they turn right onto
Grand River and into the Carl's Chop
House parking lot where it is celebrat
ing 79 years of existence ... and its sec-7
and owner is feting 12 years since tak-
ing over What has continued to be a -
much belcitI ved dining institution.
BEINGI TOO CASUAL plays anoth.L
er major role in a sad state of affairs.
Coupled with the poor economy,
better dining restaurants like Golden
Mushroom in Southfield and Too
Chez in Novi, were the latest to bite
the dust because people have become
much too casual in their dress.
Like fine Birmingham tailor Dino
Mitropoulos says, "It's a shame the way
so many people are dressing today.
There's nothing wrong with being
casual, but many people have taken it
very much too far out of the casualness
field by looking like they just don't
care anymore — and this is bad."
HAVING FRIENDS LIKE Matt
Prentice is 'among the big reasons why
Variety-The Children's Charity is able
to do its Wonderful work in raising
money to help needy youngsters locally.
All money raised in Southeast
Michigan used only in the metro-
Detroit area.
Matt deviated from the normal tra-
dition of having family and friends
.help open a new restaurant ... Evening
before Unique Restaurant Corpora-
tion's Shiraz opened on Telegraph in
Bingham Farms, was his "Guinea Pig
Night."
About 1.20 people paid $100 each ...
with Mattigiying the entire 100 per-
cent to Valiety ... His URC picked up
the complte food tab. • .
He has been on the Variety board
two years .1.. and is a loyal friend.
SOON-TO-COME 18th annual
induction dinner by Michigan Jewish
Sports Hall of _Fame ... Monday, Nov.
4, 5:30 p.m. cocktails, at Congregation •
Shaarey Zedek, will have a new look.
First time in years it will be a seated
dinner again ... No more walking
around from station to station.
And this will be the first time that a
father and son will be members of the Hall
of Fame ....One of the honorees, Billy
Berris, is the son of the late hall-of-famer
Henry "Honey" Berris ... Both played bas-
ketball for Wayne State University.
Also, past inductees who come to
the dinner will receive rings denoting

their MJSHOF honor.
Detroit Free Press columnist Mitch
Albom, close friend of another hon-

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• Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
• Birthdays
• Graduations

• Anniversaries

• Reunions
• Corporate Events

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