One of America's Great Organists
TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY
No Cover—No Minimum
18800 W. McNichols
• COMPLETE DINNERS
• CHOICE COCKTAILS
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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The Best of
Friday, June 4, 1971-37
THE SUSSEX HOUSE
Fine Dining and Cocktails
(Continued from Page 36)
19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen)
organ . . . and the Walt Miga El
• Businessmen's Luncheon ,
Trio on Friday and Saturday.
• Superb Dining Cuisine
FASHION SHOW EVERY FRIDAY
KING'S ARMS on Southfield and
TODAY, 12 NOON
Detroit's Most Intimate
by COSMOPOLITAN GIRL AND HARVARD MEN'S SHOP
STARTING MON., JUNE 14
ART SHOW & AUCTION
gles party June 11.
248 W. McNichols 868-3611
• BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEONS
All Drinks 5:30-7:30 50'
(Just W. of Woodward)
• FACILITIES FOR UP TO 275
Art Show & Auction
Private Attendant Parking
MON. THRU SAT.
BROUGHT into the plush Moon
BANQUETS — SHOWERS
FROM 11:30 A.M.
Supper Club on Chrysler Drive, be- ll WEDDINGS — BAR MITZVAHS
tween Eight and Nine Mile in 1 =1
Hazel Park, by Moon man Stanley
Kaczmarek and general manager
GOLD KEY INN
John Buzynski, list Clyde McCoy,
June 14-26; The Colleague s,
John Lodge Xway
FORMERLY WAYNE WALKER'S
We specialize in
June 21-July 10; and the comedy
& W. Grand
Specializing in Steaks, Chops, Etc.
July 12-31 . . . Other "names"
Luncheons Served 11 :00A.M.-2:30 P.M.
1110,1 Ill 11,111
looming on the Moon horizon in-
Dinners — Mon. thru Sat.
clude the Buddy Rich band and
Luncheon Menu Changes
The Four Saints.
BEGINNING JUNE 8, TUES. THRU SAT,
LAIKON CAFE in Detroit's
DANCING & LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
famous "Greektown" on Monroe,
24502 W. 7 Mile Rd.
is famous for its Mousaka (bak-
3 Blks. W. of Telegraph
ed egg plant), shish kabob and
seafood . . . It has been newly
decorated from floor to ceiling.
SAM APPEL, LENNY BEN-
JAMIN, Larry Goldstein and Barry
Greenblatt, now manager of the
Bagel Factory in Ann Arbor, re-
22110 COOLIDGE (next to Dante's in the Oak Park Shopping Center)
cently returned from a weekend
Start the Day Off Right! We Serve the Best
at the National Restaurant Conven-
tion in Chicago . . . where they
Breakfast in Town!
s, • $445e0
sampled everything from shrimp
PRIMER - STEAKS SEAFOOEIS
to sweet and sour chicken to pizza
DANCING & ENTERTAINMENT
6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mon. thru Sat.
UP TO 200
CREDIT CARDS Horioik).
particular interest was one large
• BEAUTIFUL PRIVATE ROOMS
• OFFICE PARTIES
hard-boiled 12" long egg made
• MEETINGS • FASHION SHOWS'
from 12 smaller ones . . . a boon
• WEDDING RECEPTIONS
W. 7 Mill & MIDDLEBELT. LUNCHEONS
• BAR MITZVAHS
for restaurateurs who use a lot of
•• SHOWERS • PARTIES_
sliced eggs . . . Larry is owner of
Opposite Livonia Mail
Mr. C's Coney Island 50-seater on
Meet Me At
Dequindre just north of 12 Mile in
Madison Heights, which in addition
to selling those yum yum hot dogs,
also has steak, chicken and shrimp.
New Center's Finest Restaurant
GEORGE RAIMONDE is sole
Succulent Steaks £ Superb Sea Foods
owner of Pietro's in the Park Shel-
Specializing in Hearty,
ton Hotel, Woodward and Kirby ...
928 McNICHOLS (3 blks. W. of Woodward)
The outstanding delicacies pre-
Taste-Appealing Prime Ribs
Distinctive Cocktails and Liquors
ro the Fabulous Sounds of the
very select class among Detroit's
Fine Banquet Facilities
finest dining spots . . . and the new
6521 JOHN R at Milwaukee
menu prices are sure to be a hit,
For Your Dbncing & Listening Pleasure
TR 1 -1 665
Daily Luncheon Specials $1.95
for Party &
CALL HER SAUCE . . . that's
Gourmet Dinnits Tues. thru Sun. 6 to 11 p.m.
what "Saucy Sylvia" Stoun likes to
Sunday Family Buffet 3 to 6 p.m.
4)0••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••0 - 0••1 be known as . . . She's appearing
at the 24-Karat on Telegraph and
doing a bang-up job as usual . . .
Sylvia is a good act . . . no doubt
IS FAMOUS FOR
• about that! . . .
THE WONDERFUL FOOD YOU LOVE! .
ANGEL PANEK at Angel's
6 Blks. W. of
• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner
SAMUELS BROS. CAFETERIA •
• • ••
WHOLE STUFFED WHITE FISH
9 • GEFILTE FISH
Iv. PICKLED FISH
• WHOLE COOKED BRISKETS
Complete Line of Sandwich Carry -out
: • SAMUELS BROS. CAFETERIA
We Serve Fried Matzo All Year! •
Open Daily 3 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. — Closed Sunday
IN YPSILANTI .
8. W. miCHIGAN
Open Sundays and Holidays ;
11 A.M. to 9 P.M.
Across horn Ypsilanti Savings Sank
CREDIT CARDS HONORED
:orange juice these days to sat-
isfy the consumption of druggist
41en Baskin, who is on the juice
kick in a big way.
PLACE BOUGHT by Walter
Shamie is old site of Chubby
Charlie's on Woodward . • . . It'll
be called "The Speakeasy."
RUSTY WARREN at Lofy's in
Plymouth may possibly be accused
of getting Mr. and Mrs. America
rolling on the floor . . . but, as
she counters, "it's all in good
clean, dirty fun".. . A lot of blue-
noses (and that includes Time and
Life Magazine and the FCC) may
feel that's carrying "togetherness"
a little too far but considering that
Rusty has sold more than $25,000,-
000 worth of LPs for Jubilee Rec-
ords, and draws top money in night
clubs all over the country, she
must be doing something right! ...
Basically, her act is designed for
the women in the audience with
their escorts coming in for their
share of her barbed one-liners . .
Rusty's favorite targets are young,
dating couples . . . but the mar-
ried guys and gals are well in her
WO 3-9199 1,
Corner Winder, Eastern Market
OUR FAMOUS SUNDAY ONLY
18211 JOHN R.
Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds.
BAKED CHICKEN with Rice
Sandwich Trays and
Salad, Roll and Butter and
Bottle it Basket
188 N. Hunter
Open 7 Days a Week
1 1 a.m. to 9
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RIDE THE RAIL TO YESTERYEAR
FOR REAL OLD-FASHIONED EATING
I ENJOYMENT AT JAVA JUNCTION
Old-Tyme Big Sandwiches
DELICATESSEN — CHARBURGERS
STEAK & EGGS
Open til 2 a.m. Doily—Fri. 8 Sot. til 3:30 a.m.
Sun. til 1 a.m.
OUR r.FAMOUS STEAK- SIZZLER
Reg. $3.75 . . . Now Only
Served on a sizzling platter with garlic $
toast and choice of baked potato or tossed
4286 N. WOODIAileaD
Between 13 & 14 Mile Rds.
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