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June 18, 1965 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-18

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THE JEWISH NEWS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 18, 1965-31

UNCLE ABE'S TAVERN

SELF-SERVE RESTAURANT
AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE

• Cocktails
• Dinner
• Lunches
Our Specialty Roast Round of Beef
Piano Entertainment
59 Seward (Just W. of Woodward)
871-2644

a little bit of everything

By Danny Raskin
. . . Follows his Fisher Theater

DOROTHY MORGAN, bosslady .

LARCO'S

Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7525 W. McNichols Rd., UN 2.6455

Magnificent

Mencolli's

7113 PURITAN

2 Blocks West of Livernois
862-2882 For Res.

at Charade Supper Club on Liver- week's engagement . . Belafonte
Ample Parking
nois, has been chosen as one of and group will be the guests of
the hostesses for Harry Belafonte Dorothy at the Charade, June 25
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SEEING SPOTS . . . PURPLE
black tie affair at Art Museum
PUSSY KAT on W. 8 Mile Rd.
Dinner at DARBY'S
. . . Where the smart set goes .. .
Unusual, exciting and most inter-
is a real treat
esting . • • A big purple bldg. with
or
• Visit Our New
three lighted torches hanging out-
SKYLIGHT
side . . . Inside is discotheque
ROOM, Cocktail
Lounge and Bar
dancing to dual turntables
"manned" by a gal switching like
• .AFTER
a disc jockey . . . Lots of fun,
THEATRE
lb.
Snacks . . . a
something going on all the time
Delight
. . . JOE MUER'S, 1996 Gratiot
LUNCHEON
The heroic deeds of our pioneering airmen
A Pleasure--
. . An extensive fish and seafood
menu that some claim is the best
in these AGED aircraft were RARE indeed.
Delicatessen & Restaurant
west of the Atlantic coast and a
Res. UN 2-7642
The culinary achievements of the chef at
13821 W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park congenial family atmosphere have
i SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING
Aged
& Rare are less spectacular but just
made Joe Muer's a favorite with
Jjgeti
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you'll. see.
as
gr
e
generations of Detroiters and
at try the
`Rare
countless visitors - . . The menu
J.C.IODGE X-WAY AT MILWAUKEE-IN THE HARLAN HOUSE 873.6100
also includes a fine variety of
standard American dishes . .
YOU'LL SWEAR
CI
DARBYS . . . Probably the finest
You're entering the dunes in Las Vegas and eating at Omar
restaurant
of
its
kind
in
the
Khayyam's in San Francisco . . . when you visit America's newest
middle-west . Jewish style
and most beautiful theatre restaurant.
OPEN FOR BREAKFAST DAILY
cooking shares the menu with
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standard American cuisine . . .
CLUB Au i
AT 6 A.M.
It's equally popular for family din-
ners and after-theater gatherings,
which draw regulars from all over 1
50 MANCHESTER BETWEEN DAVISON AND 6 MILE
the city . - . Darbys has a counter,
Just East of Woodward in Highland Park
coffee shop, dining room and cock-
THREE
FLOOR
SHOWS
NIGHTLY
Available for 10 to 200
tial lounge, each separated from al
Banquet Facilities
the others . . . MEXICAN
VARIETY REVUE
TO 6.4333 or TO 6-7631
AMPLE PARKING
GARDENS . • Love of good Mex-
NO COVER
ican food brings businessmen and
beatniks alike to this basement CI
(Just East of Greenfield)
342-8855
hideaway on Columbia, just off
COME JOIN US FOR LUNCH,
Woodward ... Mexican specialities
DINNER OR AFTER-THEATRE
CHOP HOUSE & COCKTAIL BAR
are spicy but mild enough not to
SPECIALTIES
I
25234 GREENFIELD
Every Wednesday All the
frighten first-timers • . . Those El • STEAKS • SALADS
In the Green - 10 Center (10 Mile Rd.)
who prefer to watch can choose
Buttermilk Pancakes You
SHAKES

SANDWICHES

from the American menu . . .
Can Eat!
"■01 "%i°11%.'NOW FEATURING MON. THRU FRI. ONLY
FORBIDDEN CITY . . . 3148
Second Ave. . . . A softly lighted
1 LB. N.Y. STRIP SIRLOIN STEAK
interior highlighted by delicate
Oriental murals and complete with
$375
COMPLETE DINNER
a wishing pond gives unusual
Other Detroit and Suburban Locations
charm to this delightful intimate CI
1360
S. Woodward
10001 Telegraph
restaurant in the transplanted
Kitchen Now Operated by JACK FREEMAN
at 141/2 Mile Rd.
near Plymouth Rd.
Chinatown area . . . Gracious
Birmingham
• Sea Foods • Piano Bar HOT AND COLD For
Chinese waitresses in Oriental
538-0440
BUFFET TRAYS Res.
• Steaks and Chops
644-2727
dresses serve a variety of imag- CI
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inative Far Eastern specialities ...
The cocktail list includes standard
American favorites as well as ex-
otic concoctions . . . JOEY'S
STABLES . . . 8800 W. Jefferson
. . . This charming spot in the
heart of southwest Detroit's in-
dustrial complex is frequented by
business executives and gourmets
IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE ENGAGEMENT
who relish good roast beef, chick-
SUPPER CLUB
en paprika and hearty stews . . .
OF THE FAMOUS
The exterior resembles a livery
TE 4-5111
14355 LIVERNOIS
stable and interior decor features
wagon wheel fixtures and pine
IN THE INTEREST of Acquainting Detroit and its
paneling ... GRECIAN GARDENS
downtown on Monroe . . . Patrons
Under the Direction of RAY McKINLEY
Neighboring Suburbs With The Magic-Like Beauty
of this Greektown landmark are
usually equally divided between
of the Most Spacious Entertainment and Food Center
16 fine musicians & one girl vocalist.
members of the local Greco-Amer-
ican
comunity
and
Detroiters
of
all
of Our Era Outside of Las Vegas .. .
origins • who just like the hearty
Greek dishes • . . There is an
Special Package Mon. thru Thurs.
From 9 P.M. to 1 A.M.
ample American menu for the less
adventuresome . . . After 2 a.m.
Dinners and liquor served from 7:30 p.m. (for early diners). Food
the Gardens is a popular rendes-
• Complete 16-oz. N.Y. Sirloin
and beverage service will be available throughout the entire evening.
vous for entertainers and other
Steak Dinner
"night people" . . • INNER
MAKE YOU R _ RESERVATIONS EARLY
• The City's Finest Shows, di-
CIRCLE in Crestwood Motel . . .
Take
elevator
from
street
up
to
a
rect from showplaces of the
Per
most intimate and sophisticated
nation
Person
room ... Fine cocktails and pleas-
j ant surroundings make for a pleas-
• Two Cocktails of your choice
urable evening.

0 AMMO .M.0 4MM. 0.1.M.4

CORNED BEEF

PASTRAMI

$2.119
SIVE

UNCLE JOHN'S

PANCAKE HOUSE

15325 W. 8 MILE RD.

49er SPECIAL

49c

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GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA

MONDAY, JUNE 28th

,Alkhaddeafrei

• All Taxes and Tips

COMING JUNE 25TH — DOROTHY DONEGAN

AV.M.7:,,M,==.1>)FirAM1r.

There is no king who has not
had a slave among his ancestors,
! and no slave who has not had a
king among his. —Helen Keller

Woodward Ave. at 11 1/2 Mile Road

JO 4-6688

LI 1-2577

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