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eat00 Dianna Weiner Dianna's Dishes Although home is where the heart is. restaurants are where everyone wants to be. City Treasurer, Joan Seidel and her husband, Arnold, think that the pizza and pasta at II Buco is great; they highly rec- ommend it. Betty and Chuck Wilson, who no longer like to cat at home. went to Maple Drive for dinner. Susie and Paul Roberts enjoyed at night out at Arnic Morton's. Patricia Toll and Arich Halpern went to see "Mission to Mars" and then they went to The Cheesecake Factory for dinner. Patty Finkel, who has recently joined the Beverly Hills real estate office of Sotheby's International, took time off from her busy schedule to join her husband, Gary, at Mr. Chow. Julie and Bob Ditchik have a new favorite restaurant: Lucques. They eat there whenever they can! Maxine and Alan Kurtzman dined at Berty's. Linda and Perry Silver treated Dawn Koss to dinner at Pastina. Sue and Manny Cukier enjoyed a quick and healthy dinner at California Chicken Caf6. Manny is the owner of Manny's Famous Movers who will help you move around the corner or across the country. Matthew Bauer (BHHS Class of 2001) and Cathey Chen loved the salmon in cherry sauce with mashed potatoes at Ocean Avenue Seafood. Lori and Rod Kreps and their daughters, Dana, Lisa, and Kayla, flew in from Minnesota to visit their older daugh- ter, Christine, who lives in Los Angeles. Christine thought it would be fun to take her family to Miceli's for dinner, so they were treated to singing waiters who also served them dinner. Lynne and Gerry Cohen joined Ann and Ari Rosenblatt at Reign. Lynne said that the d6cor was great and the restaurant is conducive to easy conversation. Oh, and the dinner was divine! Jean and Joe Tilem, Barbara and Mel Spitz, and Lya and Harrison Latta chose Debbie's Bistro for dinner. Barbara and Mel were on their way to Australia and New Zealand, so the group discussed their travel plans and Lya offered restaurant suggestions because she and Harrison have recently been to Australia. BIRTHDAY GREETINGS Lisa Kelman, Alissa Roston, Susan Weisbarth, and Pam Linder took Tinda l.each out to lunch for her birthday. The gm'4 celebrated at Orso. BIRTHDAY WISHES In honor of Shelly Zeltzer's 30th birth- day, her morn, Yaira Goffcr took her and her husband, Leon, to dinner at Caf6 Bizou. OUT TO LUNCH Ross Benjamin and Alex Marlin, both graduates of BHHS, Class of 1992, lunched at The Nosh. Rosalie Rubaum and her daughter, Heather, also were at The Nosh. Judith Douglas and her mom, Betty Guttman, munched on Chinese COMPU00ERDIGFFAL00G00GoPHOTORESTORA00ON CD.FD.ZlP MAC or IBM READ & WRITE ENLARGEMENTS 2nd set FREE at the time of Purchase MON-FRI 8 AM.-6 PM SAT 10 AM-5 PM. VVVVVV.Goldencolor.Com Chicken Salad at Waiter's. THE GOOD OLD DAYS When my husband, Victor, and I go out to dinner, though there are so many won- derful places to choose from, it seems that we REALLY would like to go to some old Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) Graduates give students a competitive edge in: Math English Foreign Languages Computer SEillg SATrep "Who says BHHS graduates don't know how to give back to the community? With Beverly's Finest some of BHUSD's top scholars share their knowledge, talents, and patience uith current BHUSD Students." -BH Courier (October 2, 1998) Call Today: (310) 666-1707 Learn...Understand...Master! favorites that are merely memories now. How many people remember: Caf6 Swiss on Rodeo, The Luau, also on Rodeo, Ah Fong's on Beverly Drive, Scandia, La Rue, The Cock 'n Bull, and Sneeky Pete's, all on Sunset, Ollie Hammond's, The Tail of the Cock, and Richlor's on La Cienega, The Century House at the Century City Mall before there were movie theaters. Which restaurants do you remember? FAX me your favorites! DI SPY George Ciooney was spied at Mr. Chow. Anna Nicole Smith was at The Rainbow. Gina Davis and David Robinson of the San Antonio Spurs, lunched at Jerry's Dell at separate tables. Eating out?. Let Weiner know where you have been via fax at 310.275.6543 or via email at dianna@bhweekly.c0m April 20-26, 2000 * 17