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RIDE THE RAILS TO YESTERYEARS
TRY OUR FAMOUS

• Delicatessei
• Ckarbwgna
Eggs
• Steak
• Dessert
Fantasies

OLDE TYNE PRICES!

COFFEE

' 1 „; C TIO N

IS FAMOUS FOR

THE WONDERFUL FOOD YOU LOVE1
•WHOLE STUFFED WHITE FISH
• WHOLE COOKED BRISKETS

DAILY LUNCHEON

'

• GEFILTE FISH
• PICKLED FISH

SPECIALS

99

5 Per Cup

The Best of
Everything

SAMUELS BROS. CAFETERIA

We Servo Mod Matzo All Year!
.CornploN lino of Sandwich Corry-out

By Danny Raskin

A DOUBLE-BARRELED evening
at Duffy's on Union Lake . . . was
part of a very delightful evening
last week . . . enjoying a delicious
dinner agd being entertained by
the very fine Larry Santos and
his group called Misty . . . Our
sea food platter was tastefully
good and the service excellent ...
Larry has still another repertoire
to go with his long list and emotes
with such feeling that one young
girl at another table was Sniffling
into a handkerchief as he oozed
out a ballad from his bag of spe-
cialty surprises . • . The very
pleasant atmosphere at Duffy's is
conducive to many pleasant mo-
ments:
FOLLOWING DUFFY's, we went
across town to The Moon to catch
Herb Reed and The Platters . .
a great act which, it seems, every-
body tries to Imitate . . . The four
guys 'and a gal, backed by Ronnie
Philip's five-pc. combo, were
ultra-pro in every note and move-
ment as they captured a spell-
bound audience.
AS USUAL, the rumor crops up
that Carl's Chop House on Grand
River has been sold . . . and as
usual, the rumor is very false.
QUICKIE APPETIZERS on
picks • Tiny onion, browned
mushroom and cube' of Swiss
cheese ... Stuffed olive, browned
mushroom and cube of Swiss
cheese ... Cube of Swiss cheese,
pickled onion and stuffed olive
. . . Maraschino cherry, pickled
onion and sweet gherkin.
BACK IN THE DAYS of prohi-
bition, a house stood on Lothrop
between Second and Woodward ...
Celebrities gathered there in droves
. . . and continued to do so even
as the 48 Club went along like old
man river, still serving great
drinks,. but under the eyes of the
law • .. It's called The Steak Out
now . . with good food and cock-
tails .. • The interesting old house
that hides many memories and
secrets within its walls, continues
to cater to folks from all walks of
life . It's bossed by Dave Blan
and Fred Abdenour.
NOONTIME FASHION show
starts Feb. 17 and every Thursday
at 24 Karat on Telegraph . . .
Comic Billy Webb and songstress
Leslie Kendall are entertaining
. . The Moon has fashion shows
every Tuesday and Sussex House
on Eveigreen and 12 Mile Rd. has
them on Thursdays.
DID YOU HEAR ABOUT the
bar called Chez When?
TINA ZUPPKE, daughter of
Morris and Ann Abrams, is ban-
quet coordinator for Greenfield
Bros. restaurants.
TALENT GALORE is exhibited
by the group at Angel's Hour
Glass . . . The Turnabouts, fea-
turing Dottie Dunn on songs and

II

1

SAMUELS BROS. CAFETERIA

JAVA JUNCTION
4286 N. WOODWARD

Open Doily 3 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. — Cloud' Sunday

2493 RUSSELL

576-1588
*** *** ** * * * * * * * * ** * * * * * ** * ** * **,

Be. 13 & 14 Mae Ids.

WO 3-9199

Censer Winder, loam Markel

NORTHWOOD INN

• Dearborn's Finest For
Dining IL Cocktails
"" • Entertainment Nitely
* • Dinner Mon. thru Sat
5 p.m.-11 p.m.
*
ac
Closed Sun.
it • All Major Credit
* , Cards Honored,

SPECIAL! EVERY WEDNESDAY

PRIVATE BANQUET
FACILITIES

•••

NEW ENGLAND CLAMBAKE

• Bar Mitreas
• Weddings
• Showers
• All Occasion Parties
• Sales Meetings

*

LIJILWX111918/UMAC

*

STEAMED CLAMS — LOBSTER

k 12100 MICHIGAN AVE. (Between MIN! Rd. and Oakman)
582.9232 *
**At 41 aCal4 * 4 * * * * * * * * * 4 * * * * * * * 4 * * * * *

With All The Trimmings — Reservations Required



DINNER MUSIC from 5:30 P.M.
DANCING from 9:30 P.M.

JO 44688 Woodward Ave. at 111/2 Mile Road LI 1-257T

Also Famous for Frog Legs — Prime Rib — Steaks

BEST

WN

TRIP

• Juicy

. • Hot

•• Fluffy

. 'rritiAtV

• Crisp, t • 44..111.! -
--- choice o dres

exotic _ atmosphere of the Far East. Polynesian and
Continental cuisine. Be sure
to set sail with one of the •
`i-Trader's ,mysterious
liquid concoctions.
Valet parking.
Detroit Hilton Hotel
Washington Blvd, at
Grand Circus Park
(315)965.7800

Hours: ,11:00 a.m.-940 p.m. daily
Including Sunday
„ k r I 1, f '4

' West 11 Mile Road and
Greenfield, Southfield

CHOP HOUSE

;pop,
nouft
World-famous steaks Cr

.

2020 GRAND RIVER

Pres Parking

TB 24710

17244 W:

MIL* RD.;

(S elks, E, of Southfield)

ICHTAG

III

— SPECIALIZING IN

Prime Ribs, Shish Kabob, Steaks, Chops

I

BA1101011T PAULO= "
AVAILABLE IN TO 300
6001 WOODWARD

S MIN. FROM
FISHER BLDG.

874-0600



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

IRON DUKE STEAK HOUSE .:
24300

Hoover Rood • Warren, Michigan

Rowe. 9 A ID Mile. 1 Mile East of Von Dyke •

754-3330

OPEN T1L 1 A.M.

ATE

I

DELICATESSEN It RESTAURANT

532.0602
CARRY OUTS

Inky — 1111 A.111.441 A .11.
Wades — 11111 1.16.140 A.M.

Frei Mies et lie ROW
ThMilve Peale, let

inky 1141 A.d.II:00 P.M.

piano;

KOSTERE S parioNt

KOMI

COCKTAILS & DINING 1—iii
ur

DINNERS



'LUNCHEONS

rl A ITNURTu
i RgiN

Delicious SALAD BAR with all Dinner!

Closed Sunday



Entrees

:24587 W, 8 MILE RD. rl '131k: W. of Telegraph/

GBOVZOGUig

REi. Kt 7-3570

Featuring,the bat of
Greek Cuisine and Entertainment
TUESDAYS —

__CLOSED

432 E. Lafayette

AL MS

964-5744

Italian &
American Cuisine

seating Restaurant a Lounge

175

Resteerent-Cocittell Leong'
4 Spacious PrivateDining
Lunch.
showers.
1824 W. 14 Mile Rd. FASHIcit i l , SHOW Rooms for
eons, Banquets, etc.
(W. of Crooks Rd.)
Open 11 am.% 2 a.m.

MKT MORON

549-2420

MON . , 12 NOON

$2.75 per person

For Lunch, Dinner and After.
Theater Cocktails and Snacks.

Ample Poo Parking

rETRIMnrygungyn-irmurnnnrr ermyrrnITICKVVE"

PHONE 892-9001

PLAN YOUR PARTIES
WITH OUR FROZEN PIZZA .

Dining and Carry-outs

17125 Conant corner East McNichols
ARALILILILLILLILLILLILLAALLWARALLumujuumu ut.:

Palombo's

Superb Italian & American Dining

EXCELLENT COCKTAILS

,

FACRITIES

we

SAPONITS—PANTIES

Dancing Tues, thru Sat. • . mar rst pgcLi
Billy Rose Trio .

20401 W. S Mil. (Between Evergreen A Ladner) KE 5-3635

PARADISO CAFE

FRENCH

Specializing in Serving the
Finest French Cuisine

A Gourmet Delight

Open 1146 A.M..Main. Tuin thru Sot.
luncheons Served 11:30.2.30 PM
Dinners 5.1:10.Midn
Closed Son. A Mon .

WINERY
Park

863.3030

2030

CLOSED SUNDAYS

Salsicca •

(Chicago Style)





CONTIMPORAR7
ENTERTAINMENT
WINE ON TAP
COCKTA ILS
'
OPEN TOES.-SAT .
VALET PARKING
FRI -SAT

SEA FOODS

1128 E. NINE MILE RD. 1/2 Mile East of Chrysler Freeway

• CHOICE BEEF & PAN BUTTER LAKE PERCH
• HOME MADE DELICIOUS PASTRIES

RESTAURANT

Pizza

Ave. (11/2 Wks. N. of Hilton)

!IDEAL FACILITIES'
FOR
PRIVATE PARTIES

the .}arm

Mon. i Fri.
Tues. & Thurs.
Fish & Chips . $1.49
Chicken. .•.
29501 NORTHWESTERN, Bet.,12 & 13 Mile Rd.



SERVING

New Appearing THE LOVING CUP Featuring MARLENE HILL

1934

McINERNEY'S

961-2800

The

19464 LIVERNOIS

• FRESH STUFFED LOBSTER DAILY

Banquet room available

Open daily 1141 a.m.•1 a.M.
Pine Antillean and Italian Food

COCKTAIL BAR
CLOSED SUNDAYS
17632 WOODWARD — Non& of 6 Mlle
TO 9-3988

(2 Blocks North of 7 Mile)

GENERAL



vibes, is made up of Bob Elliott,

COMPLETE CARRY OUT
TRAYS FOR ALI. OCCASIONS

AND COCKTAILS

DINING

20601 W. 8 MILE. RD.
MT. EVERGREEN 8, LAHSER

Since

COMPUTE LEGAL
WEIGHT WATCHERS MENU

Lunch • Sandwiches
.Dinner • After Theater



399-3999

OPEN
24 Homo

,CONEY ISLAND

6 DAYS A WEEK
Closed Tuesday

Breakfast

CBTINFIELB. N. of 10 Mile Rd.
Oak Park
(Greenfield tenter)

*** * ** * ** * ****** *CONEY ISLANDS
i„93 C 0 N E Y
*Cfirt3tu I S LA N D *-STEAK & EGGS - $1.39

**************** * Budweiser Draft Beer on Tar
Mem 14114.16-144 A.M.-
••••
17314 LAHSER

2734130 per person

Open Mon. thru Sat. S a.m. to 9 p.m.

Private Banquet Rooms for wedding panels. Serving •
the World's Finest Steaks, Chops and-Sea Poe* for
more than 26 years. All Beef aged In our collars.

••••••■•••

$1 95

RESTAURANT A DELICATESSEN

chopS for over 50 years.

1431 TIMES SQUARE
Drive downtown to Berman's,
Bet. Grand River & Clifford
' enjoy a fine dinner — take in
show and don't worry about
963.8484
your car. Our parking lot hours
0 p.m. till closing. •
Open 11:30 am. in ■ 11:30 PA.

IP
111141t SE



TRAYS.

ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY AFTER 2 A.M.

N'S

- I"!

Phone: 557-3237
CARRYOUTS

Delivered "HOT" — UN 4-7700
20050 Wants, Jest Salk of 8 Mile

CHOP HOUSE

,„1•V

CUTS IL
trn
COLCH ICKEN
11
U hi
PRIED

RIBS • CHICKEN • SHRIMP

CARL'S

P . ,1

1;Et.R.ATEs‘o , ',

CliEfiCiilt IA

NIGHT PARKING

sa a•

;••••tw•imt P ,

EiAkEECul

FREE VALET

.

- $ I
ALL FOR


1300 iticated dining for jaded appetities. Amid the

•n. ; l .sztes-amsufte

er

ra

COMPLETE

MON.-SAT.
11:30.2:00 A.M.

SEAFOOD MENU
Open 7 Days

LI 1.2132

ALL-YOU CAN
EAT SPECIALS!

4 to 5 p.m.
Wed.

Shrimp

. . $0.79
EL. 6-9222

Banquet
F acilit ies

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

CLAM SHOP

Serving

Oysters,

TR 4-2870

Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods

Music by Muzak

2675 E. GRAND BLVD.

Chuck Phillips, bass guitar;
and Ron Olenick, drums . . . Bob,
Dottie and Chuck all sing, too,
and Bob, like Dottie, has been
active around the big band scene
. . . playing with Sy Zentner,
Jerry Wald and Buddy Morrow ;
so when it comes to dance music,
they certainly know what it's all
about!
DINNER AT JUDGE Nate Kauf-
man's recent tribute affair was
one of the best kosher meals we've
had in a long time . . . Caterer
Bill Kozin did a beautiful job and
the over 350 folks enjoyed a mas-
terful kosher dinner of whole brook
trout appetizer, mushroom barley
soup and prime rib of beef that
was excellent.
RED SNAPPER is a drink too
. . . Directly into an Old Fash•
toned glass, put'11/2 oz. of gin,
2 oz. of tomato juice, 3,4' oz.
lemon juice, V•4 teaspoon Wor-
cestershire sauce and a . dash
each of salt and pepper ... Stir
to blend and add ice cube or
medium sized pieces of cracked
Ice.
USING HER UNIQUE command
of vocal dynallnics, Kelly Stevens
at The Moon is liable to lead off
a performance with a Bacharach
ditty and wind up the set with an
authentic Jewifh folk song .. • The
lively young songstress sings in
six languages, including Spanish,
German, French and Yiddish .. .
She also is an accomplished com-
poser and lyricist, with two popular
tunes recently recorded on a lead-
ing label.
OVERHEARD .
at Saksey's,
"Their parties are always so for-
mal and stiff. She's so formal and
he gets so stiff!" • • . at Oak
Barrel, "Latest drink making the
rounds is the Kodak Insta matic-
take one and you're loaded" . . .
at Contihental Inn, lad to dad:
"How come soda pop will spoil
my dinner and martinis give you
a better appetite?" . . . at The
Farm House, "It's a shock to visit
old friends and find that one of
their children has grown a foot—
and the other a beard."

Nahelu Facilities Offered
for Private Arrangements

Now,

in addition to use by syna-
gogues, schools, day camps and
their affiliates, Camp Nahelu in
Ortonville is available for private
parties of all types, including swim
parties, hayrides, stags, sweet six-
teens, barbecues 'and many others.
Camp Nahelu is open during
the week and on weekends from
April through November. For in-
formation, call the camp reserva-
tion office, 641 - 9400.

The eighth annual Coin Show of
the BIRMINGHAM-BLOOMFIELD
COIN CLUB will be held 10 a.m.-
5 p.m. Sunday at the Birmingham
Temple. Dealers from Michigan;
neighboring states and Canada will
participate.

24—Friday, February 4, 1972

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS,-25

„pais:Ego
THE SUSSEX HOUSE

El

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

.

352-2233

EVERY FRIDAY NOON
FASHION SNOW UT
BRAYTONS OF ROSEDALE

El •

OPEN
MON. THRU SAT.
FROM 11:30 A.M.

BANQUET FACILITIES FOR UP TO 275
Weddings • Showers • Bar Mitzvahs
• Parties for All Occasions

LEBR IEWEIG31293EIDGENWRIRES

0 • •

AA Ft

10 • •■ •

COahBaNid
We specialize in •

C 1.••

GOOD FOOD

and

raa.

ave
serallt

N 11.1

SUPER COCKTAILS

Landman Menu Changes
Reasonelde Imes

rivrte
rer ROM,

• Stowers

"An

• Bm ansprots
itsv eits
• B
p ar
ortio

DANCING & LIVE ENTERTAINMElkatri;.

24502 W. 7 Mile Rd.

3 Silo. W. of Telegraph
. Per Reservations
Call

Per All
Occasions

535-6090

IN
LIVON A

Your Hods

orec a sae POP•

PRIME RIB STEAKS • SEAFOODS
DANCING IL ENTERTAINMENT
CREDIT CARDS HONORED'

••

IVATt FACILITIES FOR GROUPS

uP TO 200
BEAUTIFUL PRIVATE ROOMS

OFFICE PARTIES • OAR MITZVAHS
MEETINGS • FASHION SHOWS

ail miT
LETE;2



w. 7 MI MI LE cs

686

LUNCHEONS

LIVONIA

.WEDDING RECEPTIONS

Opposite bionic, moil

SHOWERSS PARTIES "

DINNERS

Catering Your Perfect ouse or
Office Pally Is Our usiness

Western or Hawaiian Ribs, Jumbo Fried Shrimp, Fried or Hawaiian
Chicken, French Fried Potatoes or Rice Pilaf,f ,Cole Slaw and Rolls

Carry-Out Lunch From 11 A.M.

ZUKIN'S

M%

24545 W. 12 MILE RD.

81k. W. of Telegra

Southfield

ph1 5 5 2440

t

YOUR OUltill TO

SEIEIB DINT

CH'NESE FOODS

CHINA CITY

IN SOUTHFIELD

Eliciting! Newt ModltrIll
24535 West Twelve Mile Road, West of Telegraph Rood

Full course Chinese & American Luncheons & Dinners

OPEN
• Dilly 11 A.M. to Midnight
• Fri. • Sat. 11 to 2 A.M.
• Sun. Noon to 10:30 P.M

Telephone

354.9077 '

all major
cretin cards

for carry.outs

a. reservations
(facilities available for private parties,

sweet sixteens, showers, meetings, etc.)

Also China City (#1) 1070 W. Huron St. Pontiac Phone 621 - 1122

Henry Yee's

Exotic Cocktails
One of America's fin-
est restaurants featur-
ing superior cantonese

F BIDDEN CI

3141 Second Blvd. n 14M
at Seville Hotel
Frail
1 Slk. N. of
Masonic Temple
Perking

f

cuisine.

OUR 'BEAUTIFUL TEMPLE ROOM IS
. DELIGHTFUL FOR SWEET •IXTEINS,
SHOWERS AND PRIVATE PARTIES.

NOA NOW INN

Specializing in*
Cantonese Food

Open Pally 11 cm. to 11 p.m. — Sat. 11 cm. to 2 cm.
Carry-Out' Service
Free Parking
13715 W. 9 MILE ROAD, OAK PARK
LI MKS

KIM'S, GARDENS

W. McNICHOLSRD.

16337
• SPECIALIZING IN CANTONESE FOOD •

Open Men. Huse Wed. 11 a.m.-11
Thurs., Pd.,' Sati 11 eon...Midnight

1

Sunday Ntsen-11

PIPING. HOT TAKE OUTS

• PUDGY OF FREE PARKING

KING LIM'S GARDEN

BR

3-4332

OPEN 7 DAYS
.AIR CONDITIONED

Authentic Mandarin 8; Cantonese Food

8410 W. NINE MILE RD., OAK PARK
LI 8-1544
64;11.6.47:11.r(ilitr

Carry (ist Service I
Catering to Parties
Available

ivo.-148.0•10 p.m.

KOW KW INN, INC.

Open 11 LA to
2 cm. Dolly

Famous Chop Stier • Cantonese Food •

Steaks • Chops • Sea Food
CARRY OUT SERVICE
EAST PARKING
322 W. McNichols, Between Woodward and Second
TO &MO

LEWIS LIM Cordially Invites You to

LIMS

.1

Featuring Tam Dining Ri•tni and Exotic Drinks

Mango.' facilities Asollabl
P., 100 Hopi.

OF FARMINGTON
'CANTONESE ANO AMERICAN CUISINE

.In .Our Cocktail lasing* lee VOW Dining Ploasuto.
CARRY OUT AND CATERING . SERVICE

"

.0part 7 Darr A woe* loll
kunst, and Dintwo

30657 GRAND RIVER — FARMINGTON — AMPLE PARKING 477-5646

Adam

CANTONESE end AMERICAN RESTAURANT—LOUNGE
NORTHLAND CENTER LOT

SUNDAY from 1:00 p.m. to 10:00 n.m.: Mondiy•Thursday 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.

Luncheon, Family Dinners, Parties, Atter•Theater Snacks, Cocktails
and Carry Outs
Cell 356-5293

authentic Cantonese Food

rientcd Ci

25298 GREENFIELD, Near .10 Mile Rd.

Also Serving Businessmen tenches
and American Food

MON. 411., 11 A.M. to 10:30 P.M.
SAT., 11 A.M. to 1 A.M.
SUN., 12 NOON t• 10 P.M.

543-7763

Carry Out Service

tirLOPEN 7 DAYS

• o

KE 8-2860

Chlnese•AmerIcen Cuisine

20441 W. ft MILE RD., 4 EINce„ ‘W. of Evergreen


WING HONG

Serving Weight Watcher Dinners

Cantonese Family Dinners

Orders To Take Out
OPEN 7 DAYS A WINK
Mon. ,thin Sri. 11.10:15 p.m.
ChiNOWAIllethlso intelf•st &It 104 a.m. Sun. 11•Noon•10 pole.
UM W. llt Mil Rd. at Smithfield
I 'BUSINESSMEN'S SPICIALLUNCH
. oT 353-6417

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