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December 19, 1969 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-12-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38—Friday, December 19, 1969

CHICO HOLIDAY

Fabulous Songster - Guitarist

DIRECT FROM LAS VEGAS!

NOW APPEARING

Limited Engagement

A friend who cannot at a pinch

remember a thing or two that
never happened is as bad as one ,
who does not know how to forget. '
—Samuel Butler.

LARCO'S

Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2.6455

AT THE
PARK
SHELTON

Woodward at Kirby

Internatioualty Famous

French-Italian Cuisine



Luncheons • Dinners
Private Banquet

Facilities

PARKING IN
BUILDING GARAGE

For Reservations

875-8920

c

The Best of Everything

By Danny Raskin

IT'S NOW DARBY'S Stanley
Steamer .. The Oak Park health
club is now under the new owner-
ship of Sam Boesky and Bernie
• Kerner of the famous Darby's Res-
taurant . . . And so, Darby's rises
again . . . maybe in another form,
but like the saying goes, you can't
•keep a couple of good men down!
CHEF ROBERT VELLEY at the
Rascal House, whose specialties of
American, European or Eastern
cuisine are of national note, in-
eluding the many exotic epicurean
dishes of gourmet delight, is the
gent whose excellent talents are
Imaking the downstairs parties at
Rascal House such great successes
. His Beef Tenderloin Welling-
ton Bouquetiere, Roast Long Island
Duckling a l'Orange. Tenderloin
•Tips — Old French Market Style,
•Coq Au Vin (chicken in red
I wine) and Chicken Paprikash are
. The newly
special standouts .
opened eatery on W. 10 Mile Rd..
just west of Southfield, has been
attracting folks from all over the
'city for breakfast, lunch, dinner
. Big feature
and after-theater .
is the policy of all the coffee you
can drink until 8 p.m. at no extra
charge.
CHICO HOLIDAY, one of the

Enjoy Steaks Cooked to Your Liking,
Priced Right!

There's no better eating

than our man-sized, mouth-

watering steaks broiled to

your taste. Only one of

our very many delicious

dinner treats. Try us to-

night.

BOTTOMLESS COFFEE
UNTIL 8 P.M.

Tues., Wed. &
Thursday

Friday

Saturday
Sunday

7
7
9
10

a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.

to
to
to
to

12 Midnight
2 a.m.
2 a.m.

12 Midnight

18100 W. 10 Mile Rd.

(Just W. of Southfield)

352-8440

per person

RASCAL
HOUSE

'

aftehg-tow ofoanqs-

Private Attendant Parking

868-3611
finest entertainers to perform be-
248 W. McNICHOLS (Just W. of Woodward)
fore the spotlight in Detroit, is
back for a limited engagement at
***********4 1:
the Afterglow on W. McNichols .************************************
Don't *
just west of Woodward . .
miss Chico . . . he's great . . .1
C oming h ere from Lake Tahoe and *
NOW APPEARING NIGHTLY AT DETROIT'S
Las Vegas. his repertoire has in- :
MOST INTIMATE & EXCITING LOUNGE
creased vastly and, if possible, :
he's even better than before . . . * • Complete Lunches 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Chico's versatility as a guitarist- *
* • "Happy Hour" Cocktail Time
.
songster makes him a very excit - *
i p.m.
4 p.m. to 7
*
ing show business standout!
• Show Time 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
*
FRANK MELTZER is tray cater - *
All Credit Cards Honored
ing boss at Modern Delicatessen on *
*
Fenkell.
* 16322 W. McNichols
NEW SOL'S DELICATESSEN *
* 2 Blks. W , of Southfield Xwy.
opened last week on Orchard
I.ake ********ii.****************** *********************v
Rd., just north of 13 Mile Rd.. to
the delight of many old customers
who often frequented his eatery
when it was on 7 Mile Rd. near
Schaefer . . Brother-in-law Shel-
don Metz worked with Sol Shpar-
gel for five years on 7 Mile and
EVERY FRIDAY $1109
PANCAxE
Reg.
bought into the new spot as a part-
HOUSE
5 P.M. - 8 P.M.
$1.95
ner . . "Mama" Shpargel's fa-
• 10001 TELEGRAPH
miliar face is still at the cash
Near Plymouth Rd.
counter . . . and a couple of real
• WOODWARD AVE.
experienced waitresses, B e c k y
At 14v4 Mile Rd.
Whitehouse and Carole Ledas give
• 15325 W. 8 MILE RD.
that very necessary "old hand"
Just E. of Greenfield
touch to the right way in serving
customers
BILL KAUFMAN of Kaufman
Restaurant Supply, was visited oy
a salesman who told him of the
Home of the
New Yorker taking his son for his
Famous Wheel
Sandwich
first visit to Radio City . . . About!
to get into the elevator, the little
.,
,
.
, .
one said, "Hey, papa! Let me tell
you something ... His father bent
down, and the kid whispered some-
p
thing in his ear . . . "No, no —
n.„.„
come on!" answered his father
annoyed .. He led the boy by the
Delicatessen and Gourmet Foods
hand into the waiting elevator . . .
• Domestic & Imported Cheese


10 Different Salads
"Forty-fifth floor," he said as the
• Variety of Sandwiches
• Bor-B-Q & Chicken
elevator started up ... "Hey papa,
Tray
Catering
&
Sandwich
Trays
listen!" the kid began . . . "No. I
Also Complete Cafeteria Service
tell you. No!" interrupted his
OPEN DAILY 11 a.m.-9 p.m.—Closed Sun.
father, knowing the request was
repetitious . . . As they were
352-4230
TEL-12 SHOPPING MALL
whisked up, the kid made several
-..-
•,.a..-.._n.......so
vain pleas to his now exasperated
pater . . . "Why nor" questioned
the boy sadly . . "I don't care
how Superman goes up," said his

father. "We're going up this way!"
THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT
Max's Deli in Country Corners on
Southfield and 13 Mile that's good
everything ... Excellent food,
very good service and a congenial
friendly atmosphere that makes
for comfort and pleasantness . . .
that elegant, award-winning restaurant in the
Max and wife Belle are a wonder-
, ful couple, and with son Steve be-
' hind the counter trying to fill pop's
shoes (a mighty big order!) it's a
Reservations 965-0200
s-family- combination hard to beat.

mANNE

TRio

531-8841

FISII DINNER

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We'll meet you there!"

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INCLUDES SALADS AND
$2 25
ALL TRIMMINGS!

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Your Host Chuck Muer

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