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March 22, 1974 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, March 22, 1974-27

ADAM'S
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LARCO'S
Fine Italian-American Cuisine

`Detroit Guide' Takes New Look
at Places Taken for Granted

Wake up Detroiters — you tion, so beware.
are about to embark on a
The Jewish community is
• BANQUET FACILITIES
FOR PARTIES tour of places and amuse- well represented in the res-
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
ments you always took for taurant section, which is con-
7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-445,'
granted or never knew veniently divided into ethnic
• sereereseremeesseemeeeseeseseroversears
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existed.
types, price types (cheap to
With the help of the "De- expensive) and geographical
troit Guide: a Young Guide areas. Among those listed in
to the City" (Speedball), the cheap ($2.50 and under)
edited by Martin Fischhoff, and moderately low ($2.50-85)
the tour will touch on ethnic categories are Alvin's, the
CANTONESE-AMERICAN
restaurants, bars, shop s, Bagel, Hygrade, Katz, Lou's
RESTAURANT
places to see, the ate r, Finer Deli, Piccadilly, Sabra
Mon.-Fri., 1 1 a.m. - 10 p.m.
cinema, sports, music and (Israeli) and Samuel
OPEN
Sat., 1 1 a.m. - 12 mid.
other amusements, including Brothers.
Sun., 12 Noon 10
7 DAYS
Other notable places where
a walking tour of downtown
• •
old friends meet to kibitz or
Detroit.
• DAILY LUNCHEONS • FINE DINNERS
Cleverly written and well just grab a nosh include the
• COMPLETE CARRY OUT
organized,
the guide gives a Fabulous Star Bakeries, New
29295 SOUTHFIELD Just North of 12 Mile
youthful and sothetimes too York Bagel Factories, Dex-
357-4321
IN THE FARRELL'S PLAZA
truthful critique on the places ter-Davison Mar k e t, and
listed within its bindings. Lefkofsky's Deli in the Broad-
Your favorite restaurant may way Market. Even the Box-
have gotten a real hatchet man Brothers butcher shop
job, or one you wouldn',t rec- earned a mention.
• NIEMDIAMMICCO 11100101
The Jewish Center Theater
ommend to your worst enemy
and Harriet Berg's Festival
may be glowingly praised.
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
The book does offer a Dancers are included in the
• POOL PARTIES
BAR MITZVAS
warning that appears in the theater section. Herb Cohen's
• OFFICE MEETINGS
BAS MITZVAS
• HOME OR HALL SIMCHAS
SHOWERS
restaurant section but is ap- Raven Gallery earned its
• ETC.
BANQUETS
plicable to everything else rightful place in the folk sec-
NO PARTY TOO BIG!
in the book. "Before dashing tion, the Gertrude Kasle,
across town for a unique din- Rubiner and Garelick's gal-
ALSO CARRY-OUT AND
were among those
DELIVERY — BOX
ma ing experience, call ahead to leries
selected for the art section,
find
out
what's
cooking."
LUNCHES AND DINNERS
One fault of the book is that and Borenstein's is listed in
From 11 a.m.
a it
didn't heed it's own ad- the "word for word" section
vice. There are places listed on books.
For singles and others,
that no longer exist.
there is a list of bars (in-
Another small fault of the cluding gay) and events in
*Pi
book is that it didn't account Ann Arbor and Windsor. A
26076 GREENFIELD
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for that ever unpopular gov- calendar of annual events is
=ALincoln Center
ernmental phenomenon — in- placed at the beginning of
Oak Park
flation. Although, the book is the book, followed by a his-
in its fourth edition, it car- tory of the city. The guide
ries prices from its first edi- even tells how to get around
and survive.
"Detroit Guide: a Young
Guide to the City" is avail-
able at all area bookstores,
or by writing Speedball Pub-
lications, P.O. Box 9520, De-
troit 48202.
Even if you don't need a.
We bedeck our buffet with everything you'd ever want for breakfast or lunch.
guidebook for a city you've
And even a few surprises that make you glad you're hungry. Come as you
lived in since the days of
are. Eat all you want. $3.50 for adults. $1.95 for under-twelves.
Grunt's Market and Brown's
From 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Creamery — the book • is
worth having for its humor-
ous, witty and unusual look
at Detroit.
—Heidi Press

Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

Earle Mostyn's

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Children's Leukemia Foun-
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"Mame," starring _Lucille
Ball, April 2 at the Ameri-.
cana Theater. Co-chairmen
are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gold-
berg and Dr. and Mrs. Alan
Cornfield.
Conrad Patrick, radio and
TV personality, will be
master of ceremonies. For
information, call the Chil-
dren's Leukemia Foundation
office, 534-5943.
The Children's Leukemia
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ers a complete
program of material and
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family living in the state of
Michigan. Counseling and
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through volunteer chapter or-
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Continuing contributions to
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benefit from support of the
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