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April 09, 1971 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-04-09

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Fine Dining and Cocktails
19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen)

OPEN DAILY FROM 11:30 A.M.

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OPEN EASTER SUNDAY

1 to 7 p.m.

352-2233

Reservations Accepted

50 Friday, April 9, 1971



• BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEONS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Best of Everything

LARCO'S

By Danny Raskin

Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
UN 2-6455
7523 W. McNichols Rd,

INGEL'S

HOUR GLASS

-18800 W. McNichols










6 Blks. W. of
Southfield
538-4850
Businessmen's
Luncheons
Superb Dining
Cuisine
Excellent
cocktails
Ptivate Parking
Banquet Facilities
DANCING; TO

BILLY ROSE TRIO

Oah

Baiktsi

We specialize in

and

SUPER COCKTAILS

FARRELL'S

FRESHMEN

America's Great Singing Stylists
In The VELVET CAVERN
3 Shows Nightly-8, 10 & 12 p.m.

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In The LUNAR LOUNGE

Tony Thomas, Linda Hurst & The Tartans'

9, 12 & 1 a.m.

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TWO SHOWS FOR ONE PRICE! Your Dancing Nightly

Mon. thru Thurs. $3.50
in the
Fri.
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au rYnski Velvet Cavern
• —.I

John

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SUPPER
CLUB

▪ 22010 CHRYSLER DRIVE

(N. 1-75)



For reservations, Phone 548 5700

▪ (Between 8 & 9 Mile Rds., Hazel Park)
• * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

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548-5700

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un
ood

antastic
antabulous

• TELEGRAPH AT
SCHOOLCRAFT

(in Bavarian Village)

!• 2600 ELIZABETH LAKE RD.

(near Pontiac Mall)

• 6706 CLIO ROAD

(Flint)

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SPECIAL SUN. ONLY

ROAST TURKEY
WITH DRESSING

Open 7 Days
a Week,
11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Mashed Potatoes, Tossed $
Salad, Roll and Butter, &

ALBAN'S Dessert.
BOTTLE & BASKET 188 N. Hunter

mi

am mil um um

McINERNEY'S OUT Northwest-
ern between 12 and . 13, is more
than a chicken spot . . . now the
weekday 4 to 8 dinner specials
include all you can eat fish and
chips and shrimp, too ... . The
Saturday and Sunday 12 to 8
dinners have chicken, shrimp or
turkey.

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REMEMBER JOHN BUZYNSKI?
. .. Used to be bartender for Phil
Berke at the Clique Lounge on Cass
back in 1P48 . . . and then around
town at various other spots you're
bound to have visited . . . He's now
general manager at The Moon
Supper Club. . . This weekend the
wonderful Four Freshmen finished
their two-week engagement in the
downstairs Velvet Cavern . . .Up- '
stairs in the Lunar Lounge, the
extremely talented Tony Thomas
is showing the expert poise and
)resentation that goes with ex-
perienced confidence . . . Pretty
Linda Hurst, a former June Taylor
dancer, is a fine vocalist to go
along with her svelte-like gyra-
tions on the bandstand.

. JO

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4-6688

LI 1-2577

Woodward Ave. at 11 1 h Mile Road

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THE COLD CUTS and Southern
Fried Chicken trays for -$1.75 per
person at EMBERS Rest-Deli on
W. Seven Mile, east of Southfield,
is gaining a lot of popularity . . .
Featured at the ONION ROLL
Deli are "Biggest Sandwiches in
Town." The Woodward Ave. spot
in Royal Oak is gathering much
note for the delicious quality of
meats that go into those sand-
wiches . . . GOLD STAR
Rest-Deli on W. Seven Mile, east of
Evergreen has trays heaping with
meats of your choice for only $2
per person . . . Want a good lob-
ster? Call ahead to Dave Goldfine
at the CLAM SHOP and he'll collar
a juicy one for you.

Our

3 riencis and Puiron3

for a

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Woodward at Long Lake Rd., Bloomfield Hills

Phone MI 4-1400 — JO 4-5143

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THE JET SET quartet on W.
McNichols, west of Woodward, is
good . . giving out with pleasing
listening and dancing music Mon-
day through Saturday . .. Menjo's
joins the other Six Mile spots in
making things hum again along the
one-time nitery artery of Detroit.

OF DETROIT-NORTHLAND

10900 W. 8 MILE RD., Corner of Meyers

.-
Sport & Stock'
Luncheon Buffet

Introduces The New:

ALL YOU CAN EAT!
• • 9 Relish & Salad Trays

• 3 Sandwich Trays
• Desserts

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From

$1 65

to

$1 95

HERE'S HOW IT WORKS .. .

When a Detroit Profes-
sional Team (Tigers, Lions,
Red Wings or Pistons)
plays and WINS a game
the previous day, then the
price will DROP accord-
ing to the following sched-
ule: A. Each touchdown
or 5 points in basketball
— 5c. B. Each goal or
run — 5c.

When the stock market,

OR

Dow Jones averages (at
11
a.m.) falls, then the

price will drop 5c for
each point the Dow Jones
overage falls.

(Minimum To $1.65
on Sport or Stock)

PRIVATE BANQUET ROOMS AVAILABLE

For All Occasions

11
1
1
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Sandwich Trays I
and Catering for
Private Affairs.

646-6553

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THE FOUR

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RESTAURANTS

FEATURED IN THE APRIL edi- I
tion of AAA Motor News is Black
Forest Inn on S. Washington & 11 1
DANCING & LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
Mile Rd. in Royal Oak . . . "Opened I
24502 W. 7 Mile Rd.
in December." says the article,
1.1 1 .1.
3 Blks. W. of —elegraph
"Black Forest Inn has become
For Reservations
535-6090
Call
established as one of the best
restaurants around. Dinners are ex-
cellent, and it's a place where a
* * * * * * * * ** businessman invites his friends
LAST 2 DAYS
to lunch, not where he meets them
for something to eat."

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ICE CREAM PARLOUR

For
• Showers
• Banquets
• Bar
Mitzvahs
• Parties
For All
Occasions

Luncheon Menu Changes
Reasonable Prices

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GOOD FOOD

Open Daily
Mon. thru Sat.

• FACILITIES FOR UP TO 275
BANQUETS
— SHOWERS
B
WEDDINGS — BAR MITZVAHS

101

KEES ROOZEN, at Mario's of help themselves to the various
Windsor on Oullette across the side-dishes . . . combinations of
river, is flying in 2,500 live tulips fish, shrimp, chicken, beef and
from the Netherlands for his third vegetables . . . Some are quite
annual Tulip Festival from April spicy and should be cautiously
14 till about April 25 . . . They're tested . . . Each helping from the
coming from the bulb capital it- side dishes is carefully placed on
self, Haarlem, Holland . . . the the mound of boiled rice and eat-
beautiful tulips will be exhibited in en separately . . It is not mixed
the dining room in conjunction with together . . . To temper the spicy
Kees' authentic Dutch-Indonesian food, it is customary to serve tiny
Rice Table with service from 5 side dishes of palate refresheners
p.m. . . . This Wednesday, Thurs- such as sliced cucumber, grated
day and Friday will also be a coconut and chopped peanuts . . .
spring fashion show . . . The Rice The Rice Table at Mario's of Wind-
Table (Ryst-tafel) is a unique ex- sor, starting April 14, will be a
perience in culinary excitement gastronomical experience people
. . . consisting of many different who enjoy adventures in dining
foods on a bed of boiled rice . . . should definitely not miss.
Guests are served a deep soup
plate filled with rice and then NEW sensation at Java Junction
out Woodward . . . a steak sizzler
.. . Comes to you on the platter in
which it was cooked, and is still
• sizzling when your knife eases
through the tender, juicy heart of
'- 4
the sirloin steak . . . Unbelievable
ctsurclit
how they can sell it for only $2.35.
CLUB
Also try those hamburgers, they're
11111.11111UP
something else.
Private Room

• BANQUET FACILITIES

14‘,

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399 2300

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