THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 21, 1969-37
Comforts of Home in
The Best of Everything
APPEARING NIGHTLY 4(
By Danny Raskin
HAVE YOU SEEN Parks and
Hughes yet at the Afterglow
Lounge on W. McNichols, just
west of Woodward? . . . They're
a young guy 'n gal song act much
All Credit Cards Honored
-Ir on the Edie Gorme — Steve Law-
lc rence style and quite good, too
. . . An ability to render vocals
-lc with easy-going versatility makes
* for pleasant listening . . The
fr Afterglow is still a top spot to go
* for food, cocktails and entertain-
18632 W. McNichols ii ment.
Mks. W. of Southfield Xwy
LOTS OF ACTIVITY going on
*****t. all times at the Circus Lounge
near the NW corner of Greenfield
and W. Chicago . . . Much fun,
music and dancing in a lively
atmosphere of frivolous enjoy-
LOUISE HORNE calls herself
the chief cook and bottlewasher at
Evie's Delicatessen on W. 7 Mile
Rd. E. of Schaefer. . . Truth is
that Louise has been the girl of
all trades since the place opened
20 years ago as the Northwest
Delicatessen owned by Morris
Rider and Morris Rubin . . ;
Louise continued as the cook when
Leon Siegel and Sam Lefkofsky
changed the name to Leon and
Lefkofsky's . . . and then Al Wink-
called it Al's Pumpernickel
• • •
Palace . . . Now schoolteacher
Evelyn Pack is the bosslady, with
Greg Glazer behind the counter,
and Louise still doing the delicious
POPULAR YOUNG SINGING SENSATIONS
• Luncheons Daily
POSTCARD FROM Dr. Harry
• Complete Dinners
and Ellen Woll came after their
Plenty of Parking
return from a vacation in Mexico
. .. "The eating places here serve
everything but Mexican food!"
248 W. McNichols (Just W. of Woodward)
THE APARTMENT LOUNGE on
W McNichols, just W. of South-
field, is probably the most intim-
ate spot of its kind in the Mid-
west . . . Imagine sitting in an
actual living room setting on
sofas, looking out a simulated
window at the downtown Detroit
skyline, sipping a cocktail and lis-
tening to the scintillating music of
Proudly P esents the Fabulous
ERNATIONATI the very fine Bobby Laurel Trio
SAN GERMAN —1
. Of course, for those who don't
want to get so comfortable, there's
another part of the room with
regular table setups and a large
DON'T MISS THE ACTION
bar . . . Owners Ray Bressler and
Entertainment 6 Nights a Week
Jack Freed take rightful pride in
928 W. McN
Phone UN 3-0100
their most unique cocktail lounge.
ASK JULIO SHANE to sing
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nelli's on Woodward . . • The fine
songster-guitarist is great on the
romantic ballads . . . and folks
learning he is there are making
l t :€ Vannelli's a "must" on their list
of places to go.
SEEING SIGNS . . . at Hy Hor-
enstein's delicatessen - restaurant
on 10 Mile Rd. and Coolidge . . .
"We cash checks for customers
'f$ over 80 and accompanied by their
EVERY MON. & WED. 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Featuring Detroit's Most Elaborate Table
AMAZIN 3OW THE loss of
one restaurant can be so keenly
felt in a community . . . Darbys
will rise again . . • where or when
is the question . . . but until it
does, a lot of people—very many
—miss it with an extreme passion.
ANSWERS TO QUERIES . . .
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Minimum 15% of a check is the
usual tip nowadays for good serv-
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ice . . . Reason why it's better not
to leave bills on the table is be-
cause the inducement is great for
others to pick them up (sometimes
even other customers t h e m-
selves!) ... When food is brought
cold it's usually the fault of the
person serving it . . . who takes
too much time picking up the
order and bringing it to you . . .
So don't blame the restaurant .. .
you can be sure that none want
Have you gone off your schtick at the fantastically
the reputation of serving cold
prestigious St. Regis Hotel (across from the G.M. Bldg.)
• Complete Lunches 11 a.m. to :
• "Happy Hour" Cocktail Time *
4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
• Show Time 1, p.m. to 2 a.m. *
aftwiefiato crounge. puzzLetza
Friends of Sam Goodman
Nero renamed the month of April
after himself, calling it Neroneus,
but the idea never caught on be-
cause April is not Neroneus and
there is no use pretending that it
— Featuring —
• SEA FOOD
• CHOICE SPECIALTIES
11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Mon. thru Fri.
Sat. 5 p.m.-2 a.m.
Sun. 4-12 For Dinner & Cocktails
Dancing Fri. & Sat. Nile
AND HIS \—
Specializing in Cantonese Cuisine
in Harvard Row Shopping Center at
11 Mile and Lahser Rd.
Open Mon. thru Fri. 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m.
Sat. 11 a.m.-11:30 p.m.; Sun. Noon-10:30 p.m.
Orders To Take Out
Vivacious, talented, versatile!
The Happy Coats return to
THE MOON to brighten your
Don't miss them.
Journey to THE MOON, just
10 minutes from downtown on,
the Chrysler, (8 Mile Exit.;
22010 N. Chrysler Dr., Hazel
LUNCHEONS AND BANQUETS
In the Lounge. (No Cover)
KIM AND JERRY
Your best buy in
OW $995 *
IMO PER PERSON
Bagley & Gd. River
SUNDAY BRUNCH 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. !*;
Can't you see, Sam? This is not your thing!
BACK AGAIN TOKYO HAPPY COATS
COMPLETE FAMILY BUFFET
The NORMAN LUBOFF CHOIR,
which comes to the Masonic Audi-
torium April 12, has achieved its
phenomenal success in recordings
and live concerts through the
enormous and mutually comple-
mentary talents of founder-direc-
tor, Norman Luboff.
ovens and ranges, frost-free re-
frigerators and freezers with auto-
matic ice cube makers, waste dis-.
posals and automatic dishwashers.
Every building will have 24-hour
doorman service, and a private
security force will patrol the
grounds on a round-the-clock basis.
... putting on a wild contemporary art show (March 24
thru 30) from that new boldly progressive gallery—Art
place 2—and popping for great quantities of champagne
(every day 3:00 to 9:00 pm) like you owned all Gaul?
• BANQUET FACILITIES
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455
are a recreation and health cen-
ter. They will feature a large
theater, ballroom, bowling alleys,
billiard and card rooms, gym-
nasiums, saunas and malty other
facilities. The apartment owner
also may join Hillcrest Country
Kitchens will contain eye-level
aft2/41.010 ato uneic
My goodness, Sam Goodman!
Deliciously Prepared for the
a championship 18-hole course and
an executive nine-hole course.
Now in the development stage
PARKS and. HUGHES
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Hillcresteast, a high-rise devel-
opment with all the luxuries of
modern apartment living, in the
heart of Hollywood, southern Flor-
ida, emphasizes "living" space: 11
10-story buildings which will be
built on 275 acres of land between
Full Course Meal with a Dessert of
Rainbow Brick Ice Cream served
with Your Wedding Cake.
or Garden .
Hot or Cold
at $2.50 for
50 or more
Cake Cutting ceremony with our
own Silver Candelabra Table Set-
ting. Air Conditioned Private
A fine silver cake knife to the
Bride—remembrance of the joyous
PLUS the assurance of having your
in the capable hands of
Northwood Inn, where you always
get' SOMETHING EXTRA.
Write or Call Banquet Manager:
Woodward Avenue at 111/2 Mile Road
.plus tax and gratuities
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