Posts Tagged ‘Jerry Naftaly’

Tony and Sonja Perkovic

Danny Raskin: Deli Delights

Tony’s Deli serves up goodness on its 20th anniversary. There was a time when Jewish delicatessens were everywhere … Today, the much smaller numbers are bundled in varied areas … Some have gone out to farther regions … Or the lake sectors like Tony’s Delicatessen, on Orchard Lake Road in Keego Harbor, (former locale of…

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food from Brass Pointe

Danny Raskin: Time-Honored Treasure

Brass Pointe celebrates its 37th year. He had been searching everywhere and saw many places to show off his idea … But none appealed to him … He wanted a building with space to enlarge and offer plenty of free parking space. Then came the area and surroundings he had hoped to find … However,…

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Station Square

Danny Raskin: A Long-Awaited Opening

Station Square Kitchen & Bar opens its doors in Troy. A family and general public love of informal elegance are wrapped up beautifully in the opening of Troy’s casually fine new Station Square Kitchen & Bar restaurant that has met with much acceptance … following its lavish four-day pre-opening and opening last week … Between…

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sushi from Joe Muer Seafood

Danny Raskin: Seafood Bliss

Joe Muer Seafood Bloomfield Hills celebrates one-year anniversary. Really? Many people who lived, worked or visited in the regions that surrounded it were thrilled to learn that a second Joe Muer Seafood restaurant would be coming to the site of Kingsley Inn, Woodward and Long Lake Road, Bloomfield Hills. To offer one of the best…

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A rack of delicious baby back ribs with barbecue sauce, french fries, coleslaw and beer.

Danny Raskin: Steven Lelli’s Tribute

Hundreds come to enjoy Checker Bar-B-Q favorites. He thought the big problem could be solved by having three seatings, but Mark Zarkin, owner of Steven Lelli’s Inn On The Green, 12 Mile, west of Halsted, Farmington Hills, vastly underestimated the huge popularity of the years ago former Checker Bar-B-Q favorite of his and so many…

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Former Oak Park Mayor Pens Book About Northland Mall

With the January 2015 announcement that Macy’s department store would be closing at Northland, former Oak Park Mayor Gerald “Jerry” Naftaly saw the writing on the wall for the struggling shopping mall in Southfield. Macy’s, successor to Marshall Field and Hudson’s, was the mall’s last remaining anchor. “I knew someone had to preserve memories of…

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