THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Noveasber 13, 1970-45
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wOODWARD AT 11 ' ; MILE RD
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EVERY SO OFTEN, the sound
of a locomotive comes into the
background and you get the feel-
ing of sitting in a train station . . .
Fact is, you're enjoying the good
food and enchantingly delightful
-environment of Java Junction on
Woodward between 13 and 14 Mile
Rds. . . . The surroundings are
conducive to railroad thinking of
yesteryear . . . The entire motif is
geared as such, and even the
waitresses and bus boys are
Specializing in Cantonese Cuisine
In Harvard Row Shopping Center at
11 Mlle and Lancer 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
ICE CREAM PARLOUR
• TELEGRAPH AT
• 2600 ELIZABETH LAKE RD.
(near Pontiac Men)
• 6706 CLIO ROAD
SPECIAL SUN. ONLY
ROAST TURKEY with Dressing I
Mashed Potatoes, Tossed
Salad, Roll and Butter, Cr
11 a.m. to
, CHILDREN'S SPECIAL
With French Fries, a Brownie and
ALBAN'S 2 PCS. SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN
BOTTLE & BASKET 188 646 1:61 :;" :"
Sandwich Trays I
and Catering for
RIDE THE RAIL TO YESTERYEAR
FOR REAL OLD FASHIONED
STEAK & EGGS
Dana . ..vim' cc
YES, FREE!!! WE ARE SO PROUD OF OUR FOOD THAT WE
GIVE YOU A FREE MILK SHAKE WITH ANY SANDWICH,
LUNCH OR DINNER THAT YOU ORDER.
EAT IN OR TAKE OUT
By Danny Raskin
The Best of Everything
ALL ABOARD !!
4286 N. WOODWARD
Between 13 . 8 14 Mile Rds.
dressed accordingly . . . Tracks,
old-time lanterns, dark wood and
red leather booths numbered in
train style . . plus a counter that
looks like an old ticket office, com-
plete with bars above the open
window serving area . . . Boss-
man Larry Sheehan's menu at
Java Junction is a good one .
including delicatessen, interesting.
ly different hamburgers, steaks and
NEW FACE AT SHENANDOAH
Golf and Country Club is the open-
to-the-public policy of its dining
rooms from Wednesday through
Sunday . . . The lunches and din.
ners are excellent . .. Wednesday
and Thursday are buffet nights at
Shenandoah, with very choice food,
$3.95 adults and $2.75 children 12
and under . . . Sunday brunch
buffet is $2.95 adults and $1.75
children 12 and under . . . and a
real good one, too . . . Shenandoah
nas dancing on Friday and Satur-
day nights . . . and is located on
Walnut Rd. . . . (From northwest
area, take Northwestern Hwy. to
Orchard Lake Rd., right past Maple
to Walnut and left to the club .. .
New owners Harry Roth and Leon-
ard Herman are going all-out for
JOEL NASH, popular piano styl-
ist around town is at Bedell's on
Woodward and Square Lake Rd.,
Tuesday through Saturday . . .
He's tops on the keyboard and a
BOYD PROCTOR at the Ori-
ginal Eiquire Deli-Restaurant in
Harvard Row, 11 and Lahser, is
par excellence when it comes to
the tine art of making eggs
properly . . . and little wonder
what with his background.
ERRATA . . . Thanksgiving Din-
ner for youngsters 10 and under
at Skandia Nov. 26, is $2.95. . .
The complete holiday feast includes
dessert and beverage . . . adults
$5.95 . Reservations are very
GOURMET EATING at reason-
able prices . . . that's the Round
Table on Ouellette in Windsor .. .
It's not a big place, but some of its
elegant cuisine is unmatched any-
where . . . If you're taking the
tunnel, turn left to Ouellette (Wind-
sor's main drag) and then left
again to 1545.
BILL KAUFMAN has guys 'n
gals looking all over for friends
of brother Jack Kaufman, who'll
be honored by his Craftsman Ma-
sonic Lodge Nov. 20 at Carl's Chop
House . . . Toastmaster of the
event, Percy Swartz, is a 55-year
friend of Jack's . . . If you've got
some info, give Percy a buzz at
LO 7 - 9833 during the day, or at
IF YOU'VE NEVER eaten
Green Lasagna before, don't feel
bad ... you're one of many who
can't get this Italian epicurean
treat anywhere . . . The all-new
Capri eatery on W. Eight Mile
Rd., just east of Lahser joins the
very few places featuring this
yum-ynm delicacy by adding it
to its menu of authentic Italian
dishes . . . New ownership has
done wonders with this spot!
LIKE ANYTHING ELSE, a good
Chinese restaurant is according to
likes and dislikes . . . But there
are certain little traits that make
some of them stand out . . . such
as just a smile . . . and our locale
is among the nation's luckiest in
having Cantonese places to choose
from that ar&'dsnopg the best any-
where . .. Hoa Kow in Oak Park,
Forbidden City, Kow Kow, Ming
Palace, Shangri-La, Wing Hong,
Oriental City, Victor Lim's, House
of Chung, Empress Gardens, -Orien•
tal City and Chudg's downtown
head the list.
III um. is 1 sm.
Bea I. S.
4 pa. 10 p.a.
Invites you to enjoy your
• Thanksgiving Day Dinner
1. Open from 12 noon
till 9:30 p.m.
With All the Trimmings
MAKE YOUR RE SE R V AT ION1
WOODWARD AT 11 1/2 MILE ROAD
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Dining Room Now
OPEN TO THE
Wed. thru Sun •
For Lunch 11:30-2:30 p.m.
Dinner Until 10 p.m.
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Our Famous Club
Fri. & Sat.
Wed. and Thurs.
5:30 to 10 p.m.
d n 12 Yrs. & U ner—$2.95
Children 12 8 Under
1 1:30 to
joali COUNTRY CLUB
WALNUT LAKE and DRAKE
Northwestern to Orchard Lake Rd.
Right past Maple to Walnut. Left about a mile.
For Reservations, Call