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May 02, 2003 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-02

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"

ACE-You-Cm-Eat Bufbeto

... whether it be cantorial or Broadway
... and his newly formed Congregation
Chaye Olam could be on that road in
its ways of prayer reading.
At least this was the case recently,
when Cantor Dubov led his congre-
gants in prayer at Friday night services
... with almost 85 percent of it done in
singing and swaying rhythmic presen-
tation ... seemingly, much like a con-
cert of Jewish prayer.
It was the night of Congregation
Chaye Olam's first annual "third
seder" ... held at the International
School on Middlebelt in Farmington
Hills, where the congregation present-
ly holds services.
At the "third seder," attended about
100 at tables set up in the gym-audi-
torium, children re-enacted the story
of Passover on the permanent stage
and enjoyed games led by Cantor
Dubov and his wife, Christine ...
Attendees ate turkey, beef brisket,
chopped liver, gefilte fish, matzah-ball
soup, etc., prepared by its congregants
... In just seven months, the new reform
Congregation Chaye Olam has grown
from seven members to about 50. -
It was a most interesting night of
family oriented enjoyment.
CAN'T THINK OF too many bet-
ter gifts for mom on Mother's Day,
Sunday, May 11, than those new
Vineyards sensations ... the chocolate
strawberry roses ... named after Ron
Asmar's wife, Maggie.
Started out as only a bouquet of a
dozen in a long-stem rose box ... but
now can be gotten in smaller gift
boxes, too.
MAIL DEPT ... From Marsha and
Dr. Neil Millman ... "Recently we had
the pleasure of dining at this wonder-
ful restaurant in New York City. Since
the restaurant is fairly new, we thought
you might be interested in checking
out this hot spot. The food and the
ambience are absolutely fantastic.
"The place to be seen in New York
City is former Mumfordite class of
1964 Lynn Schavrien's and her hus-
band, Lew Pell's, new restaurant,
Compass. It is located at 208 W. 70th
St. between Amsterdam and West End
Avenue in New York City, and is con-
sidered by the restaurant review guide
Zaget as The best thing that has hap-
pened to the upper west side since
Lincoln Center.' Architectural Digest
magazine has also rated it the best-
looking restaurant in New York.
"Compass is a haven for celebrity
dining and private parties. The cast of
Saturday Night Live go after their
show. HBO's Sex and the City and The
Sopranos have both had their final

SUNDAY, MAY 11, 2003

Appetizers








Hommus
Sageki
Taramosalata
Scordalia
Grape Leaves
Chicken
Meat Balls
• Peel & Eat
Shrimp

Entree Selections

Assorted
Salads









Tommy
Tuna
Cold Pasta
Waldorf
3-Bean
Hawaiian
Raw Veggies
& Dips












Cheddar
Muenster
Swiss
American
Havarti
with Dill
• And More!







Peel & Eat Shrimp
Chicken Stir Fry
Roast Turkey Breast
Barbecue Ribs
Lamb Souvlaki
Chicken Souvlalci
Roast Leg of Lamb
Veggie Pastitsio
Veggie Moussaka
Spinach Triangles

• Giant Fruit & Sweet Table

ADULTS

$25.95 • CHILDREN UNDER 10 $15.95- CHILDREN UNDER 3 FREE

(Tax & gratuity not included)

and also available for private parties

SORRY! NO TAKE HOME
BOXES AVAILABLE
ALL ITEMS MUST BE
CONSUMED AT
BIG DADDY'S

Doors Open at 1 p.m.

0••••

Regular Menu Also Available

1

RESERVATIONS A MUST!

6199 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD (North of Maple) WEST BLOOMFIELD

(248) 737-8600



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