Honor Marks Tuckers
25 Year With Met
The Best of Everything
• Complete 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 Elks. W. of Southfield Xwy
By Danny Raskin
a 11 t SlallOW crOWICIA, presents
Young Song Stylist Direct from the
and the D'Andre Trio
• Luncheons Daily
• Complete Dinners
Private Attendant Parking
248 W. McNICHOLS (Just W. of Woodward)
Restaurant & Carry-out
"Homo of The Fano•s Wheel Sandwich"
FEATURING A COMPLETE DELICATESSEN
CARRY-OUT SERVICE and CAFETERIA
OPEN DAILY 11 •.m. - 9 p.m.
TRAY CATERING & SANDWICH TRAYS
But Somehow They Get to Try
Bountiful Buffet Dinners
EVERY TUES. and THURS. 6 to 10 p.m.
Also Famous for Frog Legs
PRIME ROAST BEEF — STEAKS — CHOPS — SEA FOOD
We Are Arty Manners
AT NORTHWOOD INN We Can Handle from 2e to 50• People
in Our Own Banquet Rooms with Ample Parking Available
SWEET SIXTEEN PARTIES, SHOWERS,
WEDDING RECEPUTIONS, EAR MITZVAS.
We Also Do Outside Catering to Your Home, Office or Plant
Dinner Music from 6 p.m.
and for dancing after 9:30 nightly
Geo. Genoffs Trio plays Tues. & Wed.
The Gotham Trio plays Thur., Fri. & Sat.
with Nan Carrone, vocalist.
RESERVATIONS JO 4-6688 OR LI 1-2577
Richard Tucker's 25 years with
the Metropolitan Opera will be hon-
ored this year in several ways.
As a tribute to him, the annual
benefit for the retirement fund is
planned for April 11.
The actual anniversary date is
Jan. 2.5, 1970, and a special per-
formance of the opera is planned
for Jan. 24.
A luncheon will be given in his
honor on Jan. 6 by the Metropolitan
THE WORLD IS FULL of checks
and balances . . . Just when you
Inteligent people are always on
get to where menu prices don't the unpopular side of anything.
Woodward at Kirby
matter, calories do.
IN KEEPING WITH THE cele-
brity tone at Hugo's, the waiters,
• Luncheons • Dinners
"Famous" Leonard. Walter, Randy
• Private Banquet
and Sam are all known from coast
Fine Italian•American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
to coast for their exceptional abil-
ities in serving the public properly
• BANQUET FACILITIES
. .. "Famous" Leonard was Frank
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
Sinatra's favorite waiter in Los
7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2.6455
Angeles and has stories galore
! 'about The Great One . . . 'Fa-
mous" Leonard's continental way
, of waitering has received much
accolades as he strives to please
I I in
no uncertain terms . . . Sam is
I Hugo's head waiter and a top-
notcher in popularity achieved by
extremely gracious service.
ITS RETURN ENGAGEMENT
, by request for John Weston and
Sarah Allen at the Afterglow
I I Lounge
on W. McNichols just W.
of Woodward . . . The young mar-
ried couple use their musical ver-
satility both in singing and instru-
mental in giving out a lot of enter-
tainment . . . Their arrangements
are refreshing . . . Sandy Moffett,
who just closed a highly successful
engagement at the Afterglow, has
been signed to return in August.
EVER TRIED FRIED
CHEESE? ... It's delicious .. .
tMake a bunch of them—enough
for 12 servings . . . Form 1 ,,4
cups of Parmesan cheese, 2
cups finely shredded Swiss
Cheese, 1 egg and 3 yolks, into
three 8 oz. logs. 8 in. long . . .
Cut each one into 12 pieces, dip
in egg white, then bread crumbs
Fry at 358• until golden brown
They'll come out looking like
toasted marshmallows but will
your guests be pleasantly sur-
The Friday night table setting in the classic
WHY MAX SOSIN never became
Jewish home has always meant a kosher
a professional performer is still a
meal, par excellence. On Monday, July 14,
mystery to many folks . . . The
very likeable comic - businessman
you are invited to participate in a kosher
who has been elected president of
style "Friday Night" meal.
Cong. Bnai David continues to
prefer his amateur status . . .
ENJOY EXPLORING ALL OF THESE TRADITIONAL FOODS
even though his amusing jokes,
songs and antics never fail to roll
people in the aisles whenever he
is doing his bit for an organization
Chopped liver •
Gefilte fish with horseradish
. .. He likes to make people happy
Schmaltz herring with boiled potatoes • Chicken Fricassee
because it -makes him happy, too
. . . and many a sad heart has
Chicken Soup Knaidlach •
Chicken Soup with Kreplech
gone away smiling after seeing him
Gezuls whitefish • Cholent •
Stuffed Breast of Vaal
TRIBUTE TO THE food at May-
field Chop House on Griswold is
six people in our party having din-
ner there recently and everyone a
big winner . . . the entire meal by
all was delicious . . . That salad at
Mayfield is hard to beat.
TRY A CHAMPAGNE FIZZ . . .
Place the juice of one orange in a
highball glass with several ice
cubes . . . Fill with iced cham-
Specializing in Cantonese Cuisine
In Harvard Row Shopping Center at
11 Mile and Lahser Rd.
Open Mon. through 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
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 11, 1969-31
is set fom
Chinese Food Franchise
Envisioned by Investors
To meet the demand for Oriental
foods, a group of Detroit investors,
headed by Robert L. Fenton, at-
torney and president of the Mauna
Loa Restaurants, Inc., has put to-
gether a new corporation, "Little
Red Pagodas, Inc."
Its purpose is the building of a
pilot plant, now under construction
with an anticipated opening Tues-
day, and which is designed to study
the potentiality of a nationwide
The pilot plant will be managed
by the Mauna Loa Restaurant's
management team, whose intention
it is to produce quality food at rea-
sonable prices, allowing for the
greatest possible return to the fran-
chisee but measuring up to the
finest eating places.
The building is designed for
both in-restaurant and carry-out
trade. Recognizing that Chinese
food does not lend itself under
present technology to freezing,
dry freeze, etc., the Little Red
Pagoda will prepare a product
cooked to order and have incor-
. 'porated 'ways and means for. this
to be' done with other than
Boiled Beef Flanken with horseradish • Stuffed Cabbage
Potato Knishes • Meat Knishes • Potato Kiigel
Seltzer water • Adorn Atre •
TIME: 8:00 PM
DATE: July 14, 1969
SUBSCRIPTION: $12.50 per person
This is the seventh In a continuing
series of gourmet meals exploring
food traditions throughout the world.
in t hoc
West Grand Blvd.
Free Valet Parking