Friday, March 28, 1969-61
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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PARKS and HUGHES
POPULAR YOUNG SINGING SENSATIONS
• Luncheons Daily
The Best of Everything
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
By Danny Raskin
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2.455
• Camaro', Lunches 11 a.m. to
• "Happy Hour" Cocktail Time
4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
• Show Time f p.m. to 2 a.m.
All Credit Cards Honored
18632 W. McNichols
2 Inks. W. of Southfield Xwy
$ 1?gg$ P 165
15325 W. 8 MILE RD.
Just E. of Greenfield
1360 SO. WOODWARD
• Complete Dinners
248 W. McNichols (Just W. of Woodward)
KEES ROOZEN (pronounced as
Case Rosen), bossman at Mario's
of Windsor, came back from his
recent visit to Holland . . . He
notes that in Holland, the full
menu price includes 12% tax (akin
to our sales tax) and 15% gratu-
ity, marking the prices 27% high-
er . .. Putting the gratuity on the
bill may be okay, says Kees, but
the waiters don't like it—they still
want a tip regardless . . . Other
countries are following this prac-
tice he says, and by 1970, the 12%
tax is expected to be 17%!
IT'S TRUE THAT the name Ber-
man's also will be listed on
Ben Kasle properties other than
the chop house on Times Square
. . . In Warren, it'll be Berman's
Executive Inn Restaurant and in
Flint, Berman's Cork 'n Cleaver
Chop House at the Southmoor
Plenty of Parking
Country Club . . . The Uncl i
John's Pancake Houses will re
main the same.
ADD TO YOUR list of top rung
waitresses in town the names o f
Pat Ward and Ruth Clore, day-
timers at Northgate Delicatessen
in Oak Park . . . They're a couple
of standouts with pleasing per-
sonalities and the very important
know-how ease of truly good wait-
resses whose main concern is all-
around customer satisfaction.
DON'T MISS THE ACTION
A MINIATURE LAS VEGAS
Entertainment 6 Nights a Week
revue finishes up at Menjo's this
928 W. McNichols
Phone UN 3-0100
weekend as owners Boris Greis
dorf and Ned Lenhard make a bid
for plenty of action at their popu-
lar spot on W. McNichols . . .
They brought in the very colorful
San German's Latin American
Revue . . . with lavish lighting,
costume splendor and fast-paced
choreography . . . Its a power-
packed show to see with show biz
exuberance playing a big role in
the colorful performances of San
German and his fine talented
Returning Monday . . .
Fabulous WAYNE COCHRAN
THE SUNDAY BRUNCH buffet
at Vannelli's on Woodward from
Just 10 Minutes from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. is a very de-
downtown on the
Chrysler. (Take 8 Mile Exit)
lightful experience in all you can
eat of whatever you want in cas-
22010 N. Chrysler Drive, Hazel Park. Phone 548-5700.
ual fashion . . . There's at least
30 items on the Sunday brunch
buffet . . . including hot bagels, 0.431K K :::3•XX-erKX.W::: ■ 30::::41O.::::' :•:‹WK>21$K..::::>MODYABC>21DOGIEK.23111137"
salt sticks, eggs, lox, creamed
cheese, sweet roles, grapefruit,
baked apples—everything . . . The
41 item smorgasbord on Monday
and Wednesday evenings is a cul-
inary joy that leans toward the N."
Italian, but is mainly American t7i 18300 WOODWARD
. . . Home-made Italian dishes,
Imported Italian antipasto . . .
prime rib, chicken, etc. . . . Both
the Sunday brunch buffet and
EVERY MON. & WED..6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
the Monday and Wednesday Smor-
Featuring Detroit's Most Elaborate Table
gasboard at Vannelli's are exicit-
CATCH PIANIST Toe Nash in
the Cocktail Lounge at Hotel St.
Regis . . . He is one of the finest Ij
gentlemen at the keyboard in the
Midwest . . . with a bag of melo-
dies so large that he can't be s
stumped . . . Try it sometime and
see what I mean . . . Just name it
—Joe will play it . . . and very
HUSKY-VOICED ex-truck driver
from Georgia, Wayne Cochran
(the "king of soul") and his C.C.
Riders, return to The Moon this
Monday, for their second two-week
stint within a matter of months
. . . He brought his group here
last January and set a big Moon
attendance record with hard-driv-
ing performances . . . His tower-
ing blonde bouffant hairstyle
which costs him around $12,000 a
year to maintain hasn't been
at Noon at
COMPLETE FAMILY BUFFET
SUNDAY BRUNCH 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
P a Stover
We -Are Party PlannerJ
AT NORTHWOOD INN we can handle from 20 to 500 people
in our own Banquet Rooms with ample parking available.
SWEET SIXTEEN PARTIES, SHOWERS
WEDDING RECEPTIONS, BAR MITZVAHS
We also do outside Catering to Your Horne, Office or Plant
Bountiful Brunch Buffet
Tuesday and Thursday 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Bountiful Buffet Nights
Every Sunday Morning-10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
and Spec. Sunday Dinner
Dinner Music from 6 P.M.
and for dancing after 9:30 nightly
Geo. Genoff's Trio plays Tues. & Wed.
The Gotham Trio play Thurs., Fri. & Sat.
with Nan Carrone, vocalist.
,RESERVATIONS JO 4'-6688 OR LI 1'-2577) I
Woodward Ave. at 11 1/2 Mile Road
Bagley & Gd. River
continental gourmet dishes are a delightfully delicious achievement.
— Featuring —
• Charcoal-Broiled Prime
• SEA FOOD
• CHOICE SPECIALTIES
11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Mon. thru Fri. I
Sat. 5 p.m.-2 a.m.
Sun. 4-12 For Dinner & Cocktails
Dancing Fri. & Sat. Nile
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SOMETHING NEW IS HAPPENING
AT THE 24K —There's a superb new Master Chef whose
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Featuring Detroit's Inimitable Harry Harris with
the Lenny Schick Trio 7 nights a week
And there's more—come on over and see,
Businessmen's Luncheons—Banquet Facilities
Serving froth 11 AM to 2 AM
16890 Telegraph (south of McNichols)
PHONE 638-4455 or 598-4456