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Pine Italtan-Ammican Cuisine
The Best of Everything
TONY & CAROLYN
Specializing In Cantonese Cuisine
In Harvard Row Shopping Center at T
11 Mlle and Lahser Rd.
Open Mon. through Fri_ 11 a.ra.-10:30 p.m.
Sat. 11 a.m.-11:30 p.m.; Sun. Noon-10:30 .m.
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Food customs which have ac-
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cumulated about Rosh Hashana,
7323 W. McNichols Rd. UN 24453
beginning of the year, are many
. one is to serve honey and
apples to all sitting around the
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festive table. This symbol, the
plate of apple slices and bowl of
honey means . . . sweetness for
• Complete Lunches 11 a.m. -4 p.m.
all in the coming year. Another
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custom relating to food, is to serve
4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
"tzimmes," particularly of carrots
as a main dish. This is a sweet
combination of carrots, potatoes
and meat, cooked with sugar
and/or honey to a rich golden color.
This is a time-honored and tradi-
tional dish. The word "tzimmes"
has crept into our language and
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2 Silo. W. of Southfield Xwy
has become a folk expression. For
ninirk Int 3,..11,:k848:17.********, example, to say that one "makes
a 'tzimmes' over," an incident or
a person is equivalent to "making
a fuss over something" . . . a
happy bit of exaggerated praise.
Win Shuler's restaurant in Mar-
shall is a world famous eating
. . . before you order, each
patron is served a heaping basket
of garlic toast, a brown crock of
special bar cheese, a fresh hot
loaf of homemade, bread and a
fancy relish tray of appetizers .. .
even though they have overnight
accommodations quite a few local
people make a one day journey
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there and back.
Did you know that the Botsford
Inn out Grand River way in
Farmington was built in 1836 and
once served as a stage stop on the
line between Detroit and Chicago?
Henry Ford bought and restored
this hostelry . . . the inn serves
breakfast, lunch and dinner every
day except Monday and is now
owned by the Anhut Hotels.
The Mr. S Drive-In Restaurant
down the road a piece from Bots-
fords boasts a kielbasa sandwich
in an oversize hot-dog bun that is
a meal in itself. Bill and Donna
Ora m's popular Grand River
Drive-In boasts an almost full
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menu restaurant but what remains
the most popular item is their
coney-island hot dog complete with
famous "Lafayette" Street
Meyer Feinstein tells me
that whenever he is in that area
his car automatically gravitates
toward their parking lot. •
I love the idea at the Saxon
Drive-in located on 9 Mile near
Coolidge relating to serving cof-
fee . .. they serve it in thermos
pitchers which keep it nice and
hot for that second or third cup
.-. you never have to look be-
seechingly at a passing waitress
for that extra cup.
The Forbidden City is so con-
ductive to gracious eating framed
by color, color everywhere. The
service is- excellent and the food
always in the "best taste."
Things_ and go but the
e seems to go on forever
. . . does anyone know how many
years this famous place has been
on Riopelle St.? As famous as this
landmark is, so are the Monday
night Italian buffets.
If I were dating my first girl
I Would have to take her to La
Mediterranee, in the Pontchar-
train . . . like you're transported
to the Riviera. Elegant service
and I bet your date won't want
to give back the gorgeous menu.
It's on a beautiful scroll . . . this
is really dining out in style.
Venerable Harry Jarkey • like
old man river goes on and on at
the 24 Karat. Harry is the com-
plete entertainer with his jokes,
his songs and magic. Lennie Schick
at the piano and Harry Harris
with the vocals. After a delicious
dinner you'll leave with good spir-
its and humming the standards
over and over.
Villa Venice out Woodward way
never lets you down. Arminio Bel-
tramello's eating place has his
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LAST TWO WEEKS
1200 Southfield, Lincoln Park
On Hut premises of Quality Court Motel.
The Most Beautiful Private Banquet Facilities In The Downriver Area.
Up To 200. 314-1330
No Cover Charge Anytime
Eddie Webb's Trio
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Enjoy Our Excellent Cuisine
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can eat your food at a leisurely
pace wishing all the while that
you don't have a weight problem.
The best indication that an eat-
ing place is good is how busy they
are. The Shangri-La on West 8
Mile Road, noted for its Chinese-
American cooking, is that kind of
a place . . . never takes long to
be seated and the waiting is always
rewarded by tasteful meals served
by waiters that have been there for
The day was right but the date
was wrong in the Listening Post
column last week of ' the Danny
Raskin Testimonial Dinner. It is
Tuesday eve., Oct. 13, 6:30 p.m.
with dress optional.
Saucy Sylvia tells Danny Raskin
that she will be in town during his
testimonial dinner and will enter-
tain along with all of the other
24a W. McNichols (Just W. of Woodward)
I Par Reservations
11 to 7 P.M. Daily
Friday, 11 to 5 P.M.
Hors 'd Oevres
ONE DINNER FREE
(Choke of Following)
• White Fish
• Fish & Chips
• Bar-R-Q Ribs
• Fried Chicken
• Bar-B-Q Lomb
• Fried Shrimp
CARRY-OUT and DELIVERY
-With Purchase of 2 Bar-B-0 Ribs Dinners
All Orders Include Choice of Two.—
Spaghetti, French Fries or Cole Slaw.
4144 12 Mile Rd., Berl& i (Jest E. of Greenfield)
Mon.-ToeseWed.-Tburs. & Sew
12 New -10 pm.
Fri. & Sat:12 Nees-12 p.a.
• CeespIete Dimmers
Detroit's ANst Intiinete Sapper Clal•
"stamp" from the kitchen to the
piano. The service is good and you
COMPLETE HOLIDAY DINNERS
Chopped Liver or Gefilte Fish
Chicken SOup w/Matzo Balls or Kreplach
Roast Brisket of Beef or Roast Chicken
Sweet Cr Sour Stuffed Cabbage
Kishka, Vegetable, Salad, Dessert
$475 PER PERS011
28905 EVERGREEN at 12 Mile Rd.
Country Village Center
Under Supervision of Council of Orthodox Rabbis
Hot Foods Sold
& Sun. 3 to 6 p.m.
Friday, 2 to 5 p.m.
Farfel & Mushrooms
• Meat Bolls
• Chicken Fricassee
• Etc., Etc., Etc.
18800 W. McNICHOLS
• Superb Dining Cuisine
• Excellent Cocktails