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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-03

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The Best of
Everything

TURE THE MONTH
TASTY

"
• Char broiled to order
• Baked potato • Texas Toast
ossed:green Salad - Your choice of dressing

ALL FOR

$299

COME AS YOUR ARE - AMPLE PARKING - NO TIPPING

Hours: 11:00 a.m. 9:00 p.m. Daily
'including Sunday

WEST' 11 IRE ROAD
AND CREWED

Southfield - Phone 557-3237

CARRYOUTS

16.

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+Asian and ren4nentai ?wane

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reeenrations telephone: (313) 985-7800

,

DETROIT HILTON

Washington Blvd, at Grand Circus Park

un dimwit To

CHINESE FOOD',

, , ; .
IN 'SOUTHFIELD .
. : Exciting! Neil Modena

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S',,Wave elyi'Mlki. Rimini. West If. Telegraph Rood
re047$CP1HTTC8p':&•:AMetican, Luncheons & :Dinners
- OPBN
Telephone

all major
. " 1111910iit:11 AM. to Midnight : .
354-9077
iII PO. - . iii.'11M: VI ei , I . AM. . . credit cards ' for carry.outs
,,e, elm Nor, re. P.M . 11. reservations
jt tl i tt =5 11. efor private .Parlies,
. , t ,, ., '.., .P.,',, ,Iggil
ho we rs, meetings, etc.)
showers,

144 ChlainOty (#1) 1070

- •

:1 '

Winery audiences in the best of
spirits each week night Wednesday
through Saturday is the handsome

W. Huron St., Pontiac Phone 681.1122

young Bob Anderson, backed by
the Billy Stevenson Trio . . . Bob,
never a man to merely stand and

Exotic Cocktails

One of America's fin.
est restaurants featur-
ing superior cantonese
cuisine.

IDDEN. CI
tood,:*;19775.i

sing to crowds, is hitting the town

outr 111AUTIPUI; TEMPLE -Room IS

DELIGHTFUL FORS WEET SIXTIIINS,
'SHOWERS AND PiliVATE' PARTIES.

INN

Specializing in

Cantonese Food
11 Cm. to 11 p.m. - set. U a.m. to 1 a.m.

Free Parking
7.446.1

AD, OAK PARK

1

..iMsNICHOLSRE).

Open Mon. thru Wed. It am.-11 p.m.
Thurs., Pd., Sat. I) a.mAilkInIght
Sunday Neon
Nn., 1 p.m.

PIPING HOT TAKE , OUTS

ot.CArikeisie fOes


BR 3 - 4332'

001,

W INN, INC.

11 Daly to

2 am. Daily
China best
" `ie Cantonese Food • Steaks is Chops • Sea Food

cmin

IN.',TAIIIIINNTS;A•110Nift

MS

EIRVICII EASY PARKING
Woodward and Second

"S. GARDEN

O

TO 14550

OPEN 7, DAYS
A IR C NDITIONED

ntic ndarin & Cantonese Food

RD., OAK PARK
.
, W. ..N1111E.MILE

.

.d-1;104

I Carry Out Service

Catering to Parties
Available

Sun.-14sers-10p.m.

LIM*Hlittili Invites You to

INS

I

OF FARMINGTON
CUISINE

tANTONESE
ids s mom 'Reemreut tomtit Drinks
lotiog•40 . Your Dining Mates n.
Irtri
CANY OUT AND CAMEO sum

Open 7 Days A week Ad.I
lumbered °Mow

Banquet Fad11ENs Arolloblo
for 100 Piro*

1106117 ISRAND RIVEN -- FARMINGTON - AMPLE PARKING 477-5646

that gave the world "The Motown
Sound" with a new sound on a new
label . . . His first record on in-
dustrialist Danny Rappaport's new
Rapp-City, label is due for a mid-
December release . . . And it's
being touted as a winner already.
Telegraph Rd's. most glitter-
ing night-spot, The 24 Karat Club,
has lined up a fine array of talent
for the winter season, according
to Joe Rahal . . Comic Bill Hart,
while doing exceedingly well with
the rapid-fire joke, also is superb
with his wooden-headed pal Harry
during his ventriloquist routine, but
he is at his best with his classic
pitchman act . . . Hart's feminine
companion on the current bill,
lovely Leslie Kendall is particular-
ly effective with uptempo ballads
In addition to serving up some
of the finest food on "the strip,"
Rahal also is beefing up (no pun
intended) his luncheon trade .. .
and expects to add interest to the
excellent luncheon cuisine with a
matinee and also a fashion show,
complete with professional models.
A night spot featuring a member
of the Jimmy Clark Band on WJR's
Morning Open House Show, is the
Royal Ascot Lounge in Lincoln
Park . The Royal Ascot's trum-
peter, Eddie Webb, is ill in Royal
Oak's Beaumont Hospital. His
friends and fans can help him get
well with a nice card or a letter
addressed to Beaumont.

11.

Center Theater
Seeks Players
for 'Little Foxes'



CANTONESE end AMERICAN RESTAURANT-LOUNGE

NORTHLAND CENTER LOT 0

-

r"11111NDAY from 1:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.: Monday•Thursday 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Limeh•on, Family Dinners, Parties, After.Theater Snacks, Cocktails

le4 Drag outs

`_ •

By BILL GARWOOD
Guest Columnist
I had the red carpet unrolled
for me during the premiere open-
ing of the all-new Bimbo's on
Woodward between Six and Seven
Mile . . . This festivity brought
me into contact with one of the
nicest and most professional guys
I ever hope to meet . . . I'm sure
you'll agree when you enter this
world composed of a mellow blend-
ing of the Gay '90s and the Roar-
ing '20s and are greeted by owner
Morry Silber . Morry and broth-
er, Joel, recently added this to
their growing Bimbo brigade . .
One glance at the cheerful red
stripes and bow ties of the waitres-
ses and cooks and you'll know that
you are in the right place for both
good times and good edibles .. .
because it is certainly most pleas-
ant to sit beneath the warm glow
of Tiffany lamps and the benign
smile of a framed portrait of Stan
Laurel and "dig" superb pastas
and pizzas along with the feverish
beat of Juarez . . . This rocking
trio, made up of Mike Smith and
the Mrs. and Ron Cobb, deal in
Webb, Bacharach and much more
than a baker's-dozen of "ever-
greens."
The Upstarts, appearing in The
Moon Supper Club's Lunar Lounge,
on Chrysler Service Drive, are
definitely one of the three most
entertaining groups to appear at
The Moon . . . Not only does the
sextet double on at least 34 in-
struments, but they sing with great
verve. Their musical visit to the
great rock stars of the early '50's
is sheer nostalglaville .. But, as
exceptional as The Upstarts are
proving themselves to be, the new
Moon-Man (Manager Walt Ingram)
seems certain to be the one to add
additional lustre to The Moon. He
already has instituted a new menu
that should appeal to all members
of the fork-and-knife club and just
plain lovers of good food. His new
salad table is already winning
* enthusiastic response from Moon-
goers.
Another night spot devoting
much time and thought to the pro-
ducUon of a menu of delightful
'variety is The Winery, on Park in
downtown Detroit. Ken Badalament
and his wife, Joyce, together with
that food-hip manager of theirs,
t'at Grezyk, are planning to meet
Old Man Winter head-on with a
line-up of beverages that kept our
Colonial ancestors in "good spirits"
throughout, their days of building
a nation out of a rough-and-ready
wilderness . . Also keeping

-

Call 356.5293

authentic Cantonese Food

Tien

t

i

C•

2329$ GREENFIELD, Near 10 MI• Rd.

Also Serving Businessman Lunches
and American Food

MON.-FIL, 11 A.M. to 10:30 P.M.
SAT., 11 A.M. to 1 A.M.
SUN., 12 NOON to 10 P.M.

543.7763

# ..4111 Out iirvic•



OPEN 7 DAYS

KE 8-2860

ChInese•American Cuisine

26441 W. $ MILE RD., 4 Mks. W. of Evergreen

.1111111161:110

Serving Weight WatcherDinners
Cantcmese Famil Dinners
Orders To Take Out
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Non. thru Fri. 1140:$0 p.m.
....rarer Sat. 10.1 a.m. Sun. 12.Noon•10 p.m.
- .Slit W. IS MIN Rd. at Southfield
I BUSINESSMEN'S SPECIAL LUNCH I
1234417

Tryouts have been announced
for Center Theater's production of
Lillian Hellman's "The Little
Foxes," the story of a family that
feeds upon itself. Production is
scheduled for Feb. 12-19.
Auditions will be held at the
Center 7:30-10 p.m. Wednesday
and Thursday and 2-5 p.m. Dec. 12.
Hal Youngblood, WJR executive
producer, will direct. Youngblood
has directed "Light Up The Sky"
and 'You Can't Take It With You"
for Center Theater and appeared
there in "Death of a Salesman"
and "Summer and Smoke."
The producer is Alan Kroker.
For information, call the Cen-
ter, 341.4200, ext. 223, weekday
mornings.

Swinging Lunchtime

Each year, the Versailles Ball-
room and the restaurant La Medi-
terranee in the Hotel Pontchar-
train combine for luncheon and
dancing. This year, the "Ernie
Swan 4" will play from noon to
3 p.m. Dec. 20-24.
Swan plays the piano week
nights in the Salamandre Bar. Wil-
lie Greene is featured on bass,
and there will be a saxophonist
and drummer.

28-Friday December 3, 1971

VINCENZO'S

Pine Itellan•Amerkan Cuisine
Deliciously Pr•psr•d Mr the
Discerning Taste

Arneraan Cuisinv

• BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEONS
• AFTER THEATER SELECTIONS
• DINNERS

o 8 ' Mite Rd,

Be

New: Open Sunday 11 Hewn
NU W. McNichols Rd. UN 14411

86 9 -S 674

aitsey's

RIDE THE RAILS TO YESTERYEARS •
Da "te"
• charburgers
TRY OUR FAMOUS


Steal: L Eggs

.

35

tossed salad.

Bet, 17 a 14 Mile Rd,.

)8952 WOODWARD

Sam Gabert, Holt,

RD

1 BLK. SOUTH OF 7 Mali

3E41520

LOUNGE and RESTAURANT'

.

DOWNTOWN
YPSILANTI

JAVA JUNCTION

4286 N. WOODWARD

Sockt a

SONGS WITH A FLAIR
by ROBERTA BLAIR

IIAA

Charbroiled-

$3.75 VALUE

Served on a sizzling
plotter with garlic NOW $
bread & choice of
baked potato or Owl

Iry

.

IN YPSILAN I

STEAK SIZZLER • Dessert
Fantasies

The Heart et
the Sirlein-U.S.O.A. Choke.
Order Rare, Medium or Well.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -29

ONE OF DETROIT'S FINEST SUPPER CLUB LOUNGES
AT THE PIANO BAR
FEATURING

1 82 1 1 JOHN R

• BANQUET FACILITIES

By Danny Raskin

T-BONE STEAK



LARCO'S

18. W. MICHIGAN

576-1588

Across From Ypsilanti Savings Bank'' .

PHONE 483-8200

111•411••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

▪ •""

SAMUELS IS BROS.
CAFETERIA
FAMOUS FOR

THE WONDERFUL FOOD YOU LOVE! .

• WHOLE STUFFED WHITE FISH
• WHOLE COOKED BRISKETS
• GEFILTE FISH
We Serve fried Mario Al! Toad
• PICKLED FISH
,Complete Line of Sandwich Carry•eut

SAMUELS BROS. CAFETERIA

WO 3-9 'I 99:I

2493 RUSSELL

Corner Winder, Eastern Market

PRIME STEAKS
COCKTAILS -

Open Sundays and Holidays,

Open Daily 3 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. - Closed Sunday

I.

.

moimmaressommemme••••• ■ mumie• '

11 A.M. to 9 P.M.

CREDIT CARDS HONORED -

...YOUR GUIDE TO

ell DINING

.

sA ■ nim ■ imoomAm ■

BARBECUE

CHICKEN - SHRIMP - TURKEY

cusciont BAR-3.0

RIBS

• CHICKEN

• SHRIMP

Delivered "HOT" - UN 44700
20050 LlVernols, Just South of 8 Mile

NkINERNE•'S
Restaurant

ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY AFTER 2 A.M.

CHOP
HOUSE

963-8484

TE 3-0700

Private Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
the World's Finest Steaks, Chops and Sea Foods for
more than 26 years. All Beef aged In our cellars.

CHOP HOUSE

-
Prime Ribs, Shish Kabob, Steaks, Chops

- SPECIALIZING IN

CARSON'S

1

CHOP
ROUSE

Now AppoorInt

THURS. FRC a SAT.

omit nitown

Specializing in PRIME RIBS-STEAKS-CHOPS-SEAFOOD

BUSINESSMEN LUNCHEONS 11 a rn.-3 p.m.

CoroodioOno • Salvation

17244 W. SEVEN MILE RD.

273-4130 per person

Open Mon. thru Sat. a am. to f p.m.

(S Elks. E. of Southfield)

LITTLE RICHARD'S

OPEN TA 1 A.M.
6 DAYS A WEEK
Closed Tuesday

NORTHGATE

COMPLETE LEGAL
I
WEIGHT WATCHERS MENU ?

DEUCATESSEN & RESTAURANT

Breakfast •

OR RESERVATIONS

cAuBlt 3.5100

• Superb Steaks, Chops & Seafood
• Plush Atmosphere-Reasonable Prices
• Exciting Salad Bar-Wine on Draught

IRON DUKE STEAK HOUSE

(Greenfield Center)
399.3999

COMPLETE CARRY OUT
TRAYS FOR ALL OCCASIONS

Since 1934

IDEAL FACILITIES
FOR
PRIVATE PARTIES

14e .garm ilott3e

.

1128 E. NINE MILE RD. 1/2 Mile East of Chrysler Freeway
e CHOICE BEEF & PAN BUTTER LAKE PERCH
MON,SAT.

• HOME MADE DELICIOUS PASTRIES
• FRESH STUFFED LOBSTER DAILY

11:30-2:00 AM.

LI 1.2132

'VARGO'S

ENsTiExRTNAIIGNHMTESNT

in essmeres
30325 WEST McNICHOLS

261 3600

-

PER WEEK



Luncheons 11:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M.

* SEAFOOD * PRIME RIB * STEAKS

ITALIAN FOODS

24300 Hoover Road • Warren, Michigan

754-3330

Between 9 IL 10 Mile, 1 Milo Fast of Von Dyke

Lunch • Sandwiches

Dinner • After Theater

GREENFIELD, N. of 10 Mile Rd.

Oak Park

"LIVONIA'S FINEST"

DINNERS 5 p.m •11 p.m.

FORMERLY
KANDYLA'S

ALVARO'S

Italian &
American Cuisine

175 Seating Restaurant a Leung
4 Spacious Private Dining
Rooms for Shovsers. Lunch-
eons, Banquets, etc.
Open II cm. to 2 am.
BUFFET LUNCHEON
For Lunch, Dinner and After-
MON., 12 NOON
$2.75 per person Theater Cocktails and Snacks.

Restaurant-Cocktail Lounge

CONEY ISLAND

***************t *CONEY ISLANDS
„ fehri3f093 C
ISO LA NN EY
D
* * STEAK &EGGS- $1.39
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Budweiser Draft Beel. on Tap.
17314 LAHSER
S32 4602
A.M.
, .

Man. thin Thurs. MO 11.111:150 A.M.
Friday - 1:30 11A1.4:00 A.M.
Saturday -TAO A.M..2:00
Seedily - 10:00 A.M..10:00 P.M.

free Parking at Me hand
-
theatre hake t,

4 4V-111-11i -ENNA

GENERAL

874-0600

GREGG'S
HOUSE
19848 JOY RD. AT EVERGREEN

, • cN'oPIONI
CaNtiOelkooloi

RESTAURANT & DELICATESSEN

BANQUET FACILITIES

S MIN. FROM
FISHER BLDG.

$1.79

EL 6-9222 ,

AVAILABLE UP TO 300

6001 WOODWARD

BANCIUtt
FACILITIES AVAILABLE

$1.69

DELICATESSEN

Bet. Grand River & Clifford

Free Parking

CHICKEN

F1‘1,11111E1RS. 10TIVITATRItiregaV :

enjoy a fine dinner - take in
a show and don't worry about
your car. Our parking lot hours
0 p.m. till closing.
Open 11:30 a.m. to 11:30 p,m.

3020 GRAND RIVER

WED.
Shrimp Fiesta Day

TUES. & THEIRS.

$1.49

1431" TIMES SQUARE

Drive downtown to Berman's,

Above Dinners Indio&
Veg., Pot, IA A ROW

4 to 8 p.m.

29501 Natthweetem
(Set. 12 a 13 Mile It)

World- famous steaks &
chopS for over 50 years.

FREE VALET
NIGHT PARKING

WEEKEND SPECIALS

Chicken .. $1.59
Shrimp .. $1.69
Roast Turkey 139

, ALL YOU CAN EAT SPECIALS

MON. & FRI.
FISH & CHIPS

CHOP HOUSE

CARL'S

irommet ■■ •••.o......

1824 W. 14 Mile Rd. FASHION
T SHOW

(W. of Crooks Rd.)

549-2420

Ample Free Parking

"The famous square pizza that
doesn't cut corners on quality"

CARRY OUTS .

PLAN YOUR PARTIES
WITH OUR FROZEN PIZZA

Dining and Carry-outs

17125 Conant corner East McNichols'

Telephone. 892.9001

CONEY ISLAND

'COMPLETE CARRY-OUT SERVICE

20601 W. 8 MILE RD.
BET. EVERGREEN & LAHSER

I

AVAILABLE 253.712%

DINING AND COCKTAILS

LUNCHEONS
DINNERS
Banquet Facilities

Kenny King

NIGHTLY'

KOSTERES

AT THE
PIANO BAR

COCKTAILS & DINING

Closed Sunday

FEATURING
SOUP IN TUREEN

Dellciout SALAD OAR with all Dinner

Ent rees

24387 W. 8 MILE RD. tl 11k. W. of Telegraph) •

RES. Kt 7.3579

FRENCH

Specializing

serving
the
in
authentic French cuisine
- A Gourmet Delight -

19464 LIVERNOIS

Open I Ii30

rues thru Sot.

luncheons Served 1 1:30.2:30 P.M .

(2 Blocks North of 7 Mile)

Dinners 5:00iMidn.
Closed Sun. 0. Mon.

863-3030

HOLLY HAWAII

finest

Palombo's

Superb Italian & American Dining

EXCELLENT COCKTAILS

Dancing Tues, thru Sat.
Billy Rose Trio

PARADISO CAFE

available

Open daily 11:30 a.m.-1 e.m.
Fine American and Italian Food

961.2800

THE

WINERY

SERVING

Pizza Salsicca

(Chicago Style)

• Conte:tamer/

• ENTERTAINMENT

• WINE ON TAP
• COCKTAILS
• OPEN TUISAAT.

• VAST PARKING
2030 Park Ave. (1% blks. N. of hilton)
PEI. SAT.
Now Appearing BOB ANDERSON and the BILLY STEVENSON TRIO

SEA FOODS

For

COMPLETE

SEC/FOOD MENU

Incl. Sun.

Open 7 Days

Mr 6344231

Banquet
Facilities

);v

HAWAIIAN
GARDENS
RESTAURANT AND RESORT MOTEL

now, MICH.
Awn Detroit 1.75 te Penton 11/1
• Item Pint &tem& bit

Banquet room

5.3633

COCKTAIL BAR
CLOSED SUNDAYS
17632 WOODWARD - North of 6 Mile
TO 9-3988

HAWAIIAN

Entertainment Fri. 8. Sot.
Open Daily Except Mon. for Lunch E. Dinner

MAROS NAIL SO.,

FACIUTIIS FOR
BANQUETS-MINIS
LUNCHEONS, ITC.
FROM 10 TO SO NOW

20401 W. 8 Mlle Between Evergreen a Ladner) KB

EXQUISITE MENU DINING &
ROYAL HAWAIIAN LUAU'S

um

am.

151 Southfield Rd., Ecorse, Nr. W • Jefferson Ph. Du 6-1700

CLAM SHOP

TR 4.2870

Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea

Music by Muzak

Foods

2675 E. GRAND BLVD.

Make Your Reservations Early For New Year's

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