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September 13, 1968 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-09-13

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E JEWISH NEWS

ENJOY AN EXCITING
EVENING AT THE

PRESIDENTIAL
INN

DETROIT'S LUXURIOUS
NEW REVUE SUPPER CLUB

TAKE THE FAMILYI
OUT TO DINNER I
AND A SHOW

The Best of Everything

By Danny Raskin

A 1929 PACKARD radiator grill
is on the old wooded outside, old
automobile ads are on the inside
. . . This is Jim's Garage, Detroit's
AV. BREAKFAST CLUB 1 newest restaurant . . . Gasoline
pumps dating from 1913 and 1923
SPECIALS!
1
1 are in the foyer, fresh flowers are
NOTE OUR NEW
W
HOURS
I--- ...... ......., 1 tucked into oil can spouts on every
table and fender covers provide
to THURS. 7 a.m.-9p.m.
111 MON.
unusual table covering . .. Cock-
FRI. & SAT. 7 a.m.-1 a.m.

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EARLY BIRD 1

CLOSED SUNDAY

Space Available for Small
Meetings

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I I MARTY'S

Restaurant - Delicatessen
21174 Greenfield LI 3-0535
Green-8 Shopping Center

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LARCO'S

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Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

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• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455

MN MO

Presents

FREDDIE BELL
and the BELLBOYS

DOWNTOWN

Dine in a Serene
Oriental Setting
Featuring Authentic
Cantonese Cuszne

CARRY OUT AND CATERING SERVICE
Open Seven Days a Week .. . Mon. thru Thurs., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. ,; Fri. &
Sat., 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.; Sun. & Holidays, 12 Noon to 2 a.m.

3177 CASS AT PETERBORO, 2 Blks. N. of Masonic Temple

Free Parking Across Street

TE 1-1100

We Honor Diner's and American Express

Woodward Ave. at 11 1/2 Mile Road

"A Culinary Treasure-Trove"

Of

Seafood Specialties

FRESH WISCONSIN FROG LEGS

We

are probably the only place in the country serving FRESH
Wisconsin Frog Legs at this time of year.

FRESH MAINE COAST LOBSTER
FRESH ROCKY MOUNTAIN BROOK TROUT
FRESH COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
FRESH LAKE ERIE PERCH
FRESH LAKE SUPERIOR WHITE FISH & TROUT
FRESH RED SNAPPER

THESE FISH ITEMS ARE SHIPPED DIRECT TO US
SEVERAL TIMES A WEEK — WHY SETTLE FOR LESS?

Also serving Dover Sole,
Shrimp, Rock Lobster
Tails, Scallops and other
Sea Food Items

of course, our excellent
Prime Ribs of Beef and Steaks
also served anytime!

Tuesday through Saturday
s Every Night
Dinner Music from 6 p.m. and for Dancing after 9 p.m. Nightly

GEORGE GENOFF'S ORCH.

NAN CARRONE VOCALIST

Friday and Saturday

9 p.m.

RESERVATIONS: JO 4-6688 OR LI 1-2577

WOODWARD AVE. AT 11 1/2 MILE ROAD

in the Lunar Lounge

—SPECIAL PACKAGE PLAN-
* Luxurious Room—Color TV

* Gourmet Dinner
* Dancing and
Top Entertainment
* Breakfast
* Tax and Gratuity

tail waitresses even wear mechan-
New Cast! New Music!
Per Person
ics coats (mini, of course) in the
Double
"Salute to Broadway"
mezzanine lounge . . . Prices are
Occupancy
Revue
moderate for the fine cuisine which
in the Velvet Cavern
ALSO MAKES A LONG
includes steaks, chops and seafood
REMEMBERED GIFT FOR
given that continental touch by
OTHERS TO CHERISH
chef Leopold Schaeli of Zurich,
• Stellar Entertainment
Switzerland . . . Jim's Garage
• Delicious Food and Drink
was once the southeast corner of
• Charming Moonmaids
the Downtown Garage, on Lamed
• Reservations, Phone 548-5700
at the corner of Washington Blvd.
. . . and is open only from 11:30
FOLLOW THIS MOON-CHART TO
22010 N. Chrysler
to 9, Monday through Friday.
NOW FEATURES
Service Drive in Hazel Park.
JACK AND LAFERN PAGOTO
SUNDAY
are the new owners of Vanelli Res-
taurant and Cocktail Lounge on
FAMILY-STYLE BUFFET
Woodward Ave.
From 1 to 9 p.m.
Per
$325
ACCORDING TO Bernie Kerner,
Person
Darby's will be rebuilt from the
Children
$175
ground up, not just remodeled .. .
Under 12
Present building will be torn down.
1-75 and Northline Rd , Southgate
BY DAY, Allan Schwartz works
Take Southfield Expressway South
at Daring Drugs in Oak Park .. .
to 1-75. Get off at Northline Exit.
At night his hobby is being a part
283-4400
of Detroit show business . . . Much
of the time, Allan can be found
with his friend, composer, arrang- , ,up NM I•11 NM MN MI IPS III MN MI IN MI II• MI NM ME MI ME = MN •
er, pianist and songster Dom Dom- I .
I
inguez at the Blue Chip Lounge an
W. McNichols, doing crowd-pleas- 1 1
I
ing vocalizing with a definite air .

$12"

PRESIDENTIAL
INN

II

of know-how.

DAVE BURG AND the Golden I

Griddle Delicatessen and Pancake I I
House on Woodward near 13 Mile,
will soon come out with a varied I
69 cent sandwich menu.
THE 24 KARAT CLUB last week 1
joined in opening Sundays and set 1
hours at 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
1
IN RESTAURANTS WHERE
white table cloths are used, wait-
resses should also be garbed thus-
ly . . . The all-white combination 1
offers a distinct air of cleanliness I
and refreshing ambition for dining.
FUNNY AND FRANTIC Freddie 1
Bell and his Bellboys, originally I
scheduled to appear in the Moon
Revue Supper Club's Lunar Lounge I
until Aug. 31, were held over for I
an additional two weeks which
I
ends this Saturday night.
UNCLE JOHN'S Family Restau- 1
rant Pancake House is opening an-
other out-of-town spot — this one
in Grand Rapids, to go with To-
ledo and Lansing . . • The three in
Detroit will soon have an addition,
with an east side location on Van
Dyke.
QUESTION & ANSWER DEPT.
. . . "Now that we've got the World
Series in Detroit, what are all the
people from around the country
going to do about eating out in the
style they're probably accustomed
to? And do we have any decent
places to go for evening snacks
after the game?" R.L. . . . Detroit
has one of the finest and most com-
plete restaurant listings in the
country today . . . With all the
wonderful places to dine in Detroit,
it can be pointed to with great
pride that we take a back seat to
very few cities when it comes to
dining . . . Secondly, all World
Series games are played in the
daytime, so evening snacks after
the game would be out • . . How-
ever, should those nighttime
goodies be wanted, many of our
fine restaurants are featuring late
menus most deserving of a dis-
criminating palate. (In case you're
wondering, the good places will
definitely not hike their prices.)

Ten portions of speech were
given to the world; the women
took nine and the rest of the world
but one. (—Kiddushin 49)

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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101.0 17

SEPTEMBER SPECIAL I
CHICKEN DINN ER

FRIDAY ONLY-4 P.M. TO 6 P.M.

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Reg. $1.35

15325 W. 8 MILE RD.
1360 SO. WOODWARD
10001 TELEGRAPH I

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BANQUETS ARE
SPECIAL AT 24K
It's not just the food (which is fabulous)

or the service (which
is spectacular) — it's our attitude (which Is dedicated to
making your banquet an A - 1 success);
Featuring Detroit's Inimitable Harry Harris with the
Lenny Schick Trio 6 Nights a Week. Closed Sunday.

Businessmen's Luncheons—Banquet Facilities
Serving from 11 A.M. to 2 A.M.

16890 Telegraph (southof McNichols)

538-4455 3 538-4456

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