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April 30, 1971 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-04-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 30, 1971235

THE SUSSEX HOUSE

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

1 :1 OPEN DAILY FROM 11:30 A.M.

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352-7233:

FASHION SHOW EVERY FRIDAY

Necessity is a better pain-killer
than thinking.
—Vauvenargues

VINCENZO'S

Italian-American Cuisine

18211 JOHN R.

Rds.

Bet. 6 & 7 Mile

894-5674

rt.

BANQUETS!
MEETINGS!
PARTIES!

• No Finer Food
• No Better Facilities
• For 5 to 500 People
• Parking for Everyone

NORTHWOOD INN

WOODWARD AT 1 1 1 2MILE RD.

JO 4-6688

LI 1-2577

The Best of Everything

By Danny Raskin

OVER 200 PEOPLE came in
and out of Sussex House on 12 Mile
& Evergreen at a cocktail party
held to celebrate the spot's second
anniversary . . . and were treated
to a lavish buffet set-up and drinks
flowing like water . .. Owner Jim
Jardack and his staff were happy
. . . they've made a lot of friends
and are proud of the very good
relationships being maintained.
ADD MILTON BERLE to the
lineup of stars coming into Lofy's

LARCO'S

Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7523 W. McNichols Rd.
UN 24455

SPECIAL
LIMITED
OFFER
"THE DRINKS ARE ON THE HOUSE"

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OUR FAMOUS GOURMET BUFFET
CONSISTING OF 6 MEATS —

Corned Beef, Turkey. Horn, Pepper-
Beef, Bar B-Q Beef and Fried Chicken.

Potato Salad, Cole Slaw, Ceci Bean
Salad, Mixed Bean Salad, Cucumbers in
Sour Cream, Relishes, Bread and Mustard.

PLUS YOUR CHOICE OF DELICIOUS
COLD DUCK OR DELIGHTFUL ROSE' WINE

(1 BOTTLE PER EACH 10 PERSONS)

ALBANS Bottle & Basket

188 N. HUNTER

Birmingham

RESTAURANT 646-65531

TODAY, 12 NOON
BY WALTER'S

• BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEONS

• FACILITIES FOR UP TO 275
13 BANQUETS — SHOWERS
ILI WEDDINGS — BAR MITZVAHS
CI
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Ill
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52-2233

Open Daily
Mon. thru Sat.

Pavilion Room in Plymouth . . .
Milton opens for nine days, May
20-29 . . . Gladys Knight and the
Pips, current Motown sensations,
are proving why they're among the
nation's top wanted acts . . . Their
We specialize in
' It
beautiful variety of rhythm rendi-
o sum r
tions are little short of great! . . .
taiM9 -
CLUB
Comic Allen Drake comes in this
and
11111111111[1111
Tuesday ... and stays on with the
Private Room
SUPER COCKTAILS
fabulous Sarah Vaughan, who
For
Luncheon Menu Changes
• Showers
opens Thursday.
Reasonable Prices
r,77.
• Banquets
WANT SOMETHING different at
• Bar
DANCING & LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
home? . . . Prepare tomato soup
Mitzvahs
24502 W. 7 Mile Rd.

Parties
as directed on the label . . . Just
3 Blks. W. of Telegraph
For All
before serving, top with butter,
Occasions
For Reservations
popcorn or cheese curls.
Call
535-6090
OVERHEARD . . . at Oak Bar-
rel on Seven Mile west of Tele- ri l• MM11•11•rn IIIMINI•1• 1111 11111111111•11111•111 •1
•1•1111M1111•111111111111•11•111111
graph, "Watch out for her—she's
the type who kisses hello and
shakes hands good-night" . . . at ■
Masters on Seven Mile and Middle- ■
belt in Livonia, "Scruples? So
FIRST ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL
what? I've already had them
twice."
JUDY BRYTE, in the Moon Sup-
per Club's Velvet Cavern out Hazel ■
THE HEART OF THE SIRLOIN —
Park between Eight and Nine Mile I
U.S.D.A. CHOICE . . . CHARBROILED-
Rds., was born Judy Gore, but ■ ■
ORDER RARE, MEDIUM OR WELL
made the name change on the ad- ■
vice of her manager, Kay Stevens
Now
. . . According to Judy, "Kay said ■
Only
that Gore wasn't too bright and
bouncy—and so we settled on
SERVED ON A SIZZLING PLATTER WITH
g
Bryte."
GARLIC BREAD & CHOICE OF BAKED POTATO
BOB ANGUS AND the songster
OR TOSSED SALAD
troupe from Pietro's at the Park
Shelton on Thursday and Friday
DELICATESSEN — CHARBURGER —STEAK & EGGS
nights, will do their stuff, includ-
DESSERT FANTASIES
ing light opera and Broadway hits,
Open TiI 2 a.m. Weekly — Til 130 0.111. Fri. & Sat.
this Tuesday at the installation ■
dinner-dance of Detroit Business- ■
4286 N. WOODWARD
B•twe•n 13 & 14 Mk Rds.
men's Group, City of Hope, at
576-1588
Town and Country Club . . . Ray ■
Dominic, regional sales manager Pummim ■ u• ■
.mommumummu
for Alitalia Airlines, running regu-
lar 747 flights to Italy, and his
crews have made Pietro's their
"official" home away from home
spot to eat and drink while in De-
YOUR
troit . . . Pietro's is concentrating
on a new image, including interior
design changes, for fresh appeal.
FROM PANCAKES TO STEAKS
. . . that's the story of Bruce Cam-
eron and Rick Harrison at The
takes great pleasure in announcing
Meating Place on Orchard Lake
near Maple . . . (where the old
Wilkin's restaurant was at Orchard
and. Pontiac Trail) . .. Bruce runs
the chain of Maple House restau-
rants . . . and now also the Meat-
ing Place . . . while Richard, a
very top manager, heads opera-
tions at the Meating Place.
PAT FLOWERS HAS been found
. . . the very good piano stylist
everybody likes is at the Danish
Inn piano bar on Grand River be-
DINNER INCLUDES
tween Orchard Lake and Farming-
Assorted Relish Tray
Rolls & Cracker Basket
Buffer Dish
ton Road . . . The food out there
Chopped Crispy Green Salad Bowl
is good.
Your Choice of Dressing, Sour Cream, Roquefort, Italian, Green Goddess,
1,000 Island or French
DELI DALLY . . . only about 25
Soup Du Jour
people can get into the Onion Roll
Baked Idaho Potato or Special Baked Potato with Sour Cream & Chives
on Woodward, one block north of 11
or Housey's Famous Potato Pancakes with Sour Cream
Mile in Royal Oak, and it's open
Dessert — Sherbet
Beverages: Coffee, tea or Milk
on weekends around the clock
ENTREES:
from 6 a.m. Friday until Sun-
ROAST CORNISH GAME HEN stuffed with Wild Rice Dressing.
day morn, the only day of clos-
IMPORTED DOVER SOLE, 11/2 lbs. broiled to perfection, Almondine Butter Sauce.
ing . . . During the week, folks
BROILED PRIME FILET MIGNON STEAK with Mushroom Caps, 9 oz.
come in and out until 1 a.m. . . .
BROILED PRIME NEW YORK STRIP SIRLOIN STEAK, '14 oz.
The cold cuts and southern fried
CONTINENTAL SPECIAL — PETITE FILET MIGNON with LOBSTER TAIL
chicken trays from Embers on W.
Broiled to Perfection, Hot Drawn Butter.
Seven Mile, east of Southfield, are
ROAST PRIME RIB OF BEEF, Au Jus served and cut from the oven.
$1.75 per person and gaining much
Thick - Juicy - Savory Slices.
popularity . . . Gold Star on W.
All Entrees $6.95 per.

Seven Mile, 11/2 blocks east of
•Make your reservations EARLY at this great
Evergreen, is a little self-serve
restaurant!
place with only three booths, but
owner Jack Kellner has a carry-
out special of $2.69 lb. for corned
beef, and $1.39 lb. for salami and
franks . . . It's open Sundays, too
. . . Little Richard's Northgate on
.Greenfield, north of 10 Mile, is
(Across from Detroit Race Course)
(Continued on Page 36)

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GOOD FOOD

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$ 35

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MITCH HOUSEY

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Stay after seven for
TWO FOR ONE PRIME
SoRIB SPECIAL. Two corn-
plete prime rib dinners gor
la for the price of one, Fri-
. day evenings only. Now
just $3.97 1/2 per person -----
11 = for two soul-stirring din- IN
1 111. ners, including dessert!
And dance to Billy
as Maxted's music, in the —11
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Mother's Day, May 9

MOTHER'S DAY MENU

Mitch Housey s

in Livonia
28500 Schoolcraft Rd. • Phone 425-5520

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