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October 10, 1975 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-10

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MKS

The Best of Everything

By DANNY RASKIN

TALIAN-AMERICAN Citft
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• LUNCHES • DINNERS
k"i: 1,1"
4
• COCKTAILS
(Nrisier-'
PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES
,..
Ife
CLOSED SUNDAYS

° S 01 .1-11 .d C N 3d0

MUCH IS SAID ABOUT the London Chop House,
considered by many to be one of our top restaurants .. .
Restaurant and Lounge
Located in the basement of the Murphy 'Building, down-
town, the walls are dark wood paneling covered with carica-
25234 GREENFIELD, 1 /2 BLK. N. OF 10 MILE
546-1224
tures of celebrities . . . The tables are covered with red
IN THE GREENFIELD CENTER
checked table cloths . . . In spite of its national reputation
and very fine kitchen, the specialties of the house are two
NOW APPEARING AT OUR
very simple entrees . . . hamburger and perch . . . The
hamburger in this case is ground prime sirloin beef and is
PIANO BAR TUES. THRU SAT.
Blks. N. of 6 Mile)
17630 WOODWARD (4 For
available in either a steak or an equally superb sandwich
Reservations
"Gentleman Raconteur"
. . . The perch is a carryover from the days when a former
Attendant Parking
Chop House Chef, the late Eddie Dobler, ran the kitchen at
869-3988
Breitmeyer's . . . This was a blind pig where Detroit Ath-
letic Club members used to go on Friday night and eat a
JOIN THE CROWD BEFORE 8 AFTER HOURS
mess of sauteed perch off card tables while seated on empty
wooden cases that once contained "stuff right off the boat."
. . . Whole Dover Sole is also one of the specialties . .
OPEN 5 p.m. TO 5 a•m•
Other contributions of the Chop House to the gastronomic
0
culture of Detroit include the Caesar Salad, which it intro-
it)
duced here . . . and a wine cellar that Les Gruber modestly
With
describes as the "best in the Midwest, maybe from New
0
York to California."
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT FROM 2 a.m.
NEW EXECUTIVE
many years, does a 10-day
Featuring
E
CHEF
at
the
Trio
At
Frank-
stay
at the Golden Coach on
a.
VINCE SHANE TRIO
lin Place on Northwestern Van Dyke, Oct. 17 through
and Franklin, is sort of an
Oct. 26.
z OPEN SUNDAYS 5 p.m. to 10 - p.m.
Olympic champion . . . in
BARRISTER DAVID I.
cooking that is . . . John
ROSIN tells of a new
ct.
Vanderwouw of the golden
Chinese-Polynesian restau-
0
rant recently opened called
touch, represented the
American Culinary Federa- Oceania Inn about two miles
west of Rochester . . . It's
tion at the Culinary Olym-
pics of 1972 held in Frank- owned by Amy Leung and
managed by her husband
fort, Germany . . . and won
SAUTEED
a silver medal . . . He also
Paul . . . located in the
received a silver trophy Meadow Brook Mall, on the
from ACF for receiving the corner of Walton (Univer-
top award given the Ameri-
sity St.) and Adams Rd.. . .
BOILED
can
team
.
.
.
John
is
vice
one mile east of the entr-
0
20070 W. 8 MILE RD.
president of Michigan Chefs
ance to the Meadow Brook
JUST WEST OF EVERGREEN
m de Cuisine . . . and has been Theater . . . Also serves
z in the United States since exotic drinks, says Dave.
SKILLET
355-0077
around
1956
.
.
.
His
train-
PAM
MARTIN,
• RIBS • STEAKS • CHICKEN
ing was in Holland, but
LOVELY SONGSTRESS
• SHISH KABOB
most of John's background
and Familiar Faces, are the
3
• LAMB • GREEK SALAD
was in the New York and
enjoyable attraction at
New Jersey area plus
Francesco's on Michigan in
• HOME MADE DESSERTS
FRESH STUFFED
0 aboard the cruise ship of Dearborn.
COMPLETE DINNERS, SNACKS AND BREAKFAST MENU
Holland American Lines.
COMING CHATEAU
THIS IS NOT A SUR-
MADRID may soon be a
or a poll . . . just a
reality . . . Location has
3 VEY
customer reaction of the
already been set . . . in the
ALL DINNERS ARE COMPLETE, INCLUD-
northwest area . . . It
moment as to their favorite
would be the only authentic
ING SOUP, SALAD, POTATO OR VEGET-
restaurants . . . We would
like yours regarding pet
Spanish restaurant in Mich-
ABLE, COFFEE, TEA OR SANKA
spots for seafood, Jewish
igan.
style or delicatessen, Ital-
BUD SHERBOW AND
plus
ian, Oriental, Greek, Hun-
WIFE Muriel got their fill
• BREAKFAST
a+ garian, etc. etc. etc. . . . of everything good to eat
Complete Selection of Fine Liquors I
41
"A Deli And More!"
• LUNCH
Thanks for helping out.
. . . They took a tramp

DINNER
Si.
43 22110 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE
Steaks—Chops—Seafood—Bar-B-Q Ribs
JOEL NASH HAS
steamer to Panama . . . and
THURS , 2 *
mE. S 9 &
p m
MON 7 ,.TU
4 IN THE OAK PARK CENTER
BEEN doing so well at
the food was luscious . . .
Jakks on 10 Mile and Green-
Bud is general manager at
ail*
SUN., 10 o.m.-9 p.m.
399-4440
LUNCH MON.-FRI., 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
4
field that his stint at the
Town & Country Club.
DINNER
MON.-SAT., 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
al"
piano bar on Tuesday
FRI., SAT. & SUN. ONLY
BRUNETTI'S SEA-
4
through Saturday evenings,
FOOD and Italian Village
4E
DAILY LUNCHEON
LATE EVENING
has been extended.
(formerly Hugo's) is open on
4E
MENU
SPEC7 ALS .4
BEST BET OF THE
Northwestern at Franklin
WEEK . . . Infant Service
and 12 Mile . . . with the
Group Dinner-Dance . . .
(Continued on Page 28)
4E
this Wednesday night . . .
at Raleigh House . . . with
21 13 up-corning comic Mel Z.
2 13 Lawrence . . . For last min-

4
lb.
ute tickets, call Ida Silvers,
353-6087.
Lean $1 extra
NO LIMIT!
AMAZING THAT THE
Z+
NO LIMIT!
FOOD prices at Milano
Restaurant on Tecumseh in
Windsor has remained so
6 MEATS, POT. SALAD, FREE DELIVERY
low . . . Started off four
Shrimp Cocktail, Soup, Salad, Potato, An
COLE SLAW, RELISHES,
months ago as a temporary
'7• At
Vichy Water, Coffee, Tea or Milk
price set-up hasn't changed
CHOPPED LIVER AND OUR
. . . Whoever heard of a fi-
OWN HOME-BAKED BREAD.
That's the most expensive meal of over 52
We Use Vienna
alk let mignon nowadays for
different seafood dishes . . . prime steaks too!
REG. $3.50
$4.95 or delicious Scallopine
Wilno Products
de Vitello alla Forestiere,
SUNDAY PLATTER FOR' TWO
Cotoletta di Vitello alla Par-
migiana or broiled white
SMOKED FISH, SABLE, LOX, HARD-BOILED $
EGG, CREAM CHEESE, TOMATOES, ONIONS,
fish . . . all $3.95 . . . And
FOR
OLIVES AND FOUR BAGELS
these prices include com-
TWO
plete dinner with salad bar
Lunch from 11 30 a.m. Dinners 'til midnight.
FALL BREAKFAST SPECIAL
. . Even more amazing is
that
the
quality
has
re-
MON. THRU SAT. ONLY 'TIL 11 a.m.I
FREE Valet Parking. Limousine service to and from the Fisher Theatre.
2 EGGS, ROLL OR TOAST, BUTTER,
mained so high.
JELLY & COFFEE
Reservations accepted
THE
GREAT
BILLY
3077 W. Grand Blvd.
HOME-COOKED DINNER SPECIALS DAILY DAIRY TRAYS
872-3111
ECKSTINE, one of our fa-
(across from G.M. Bldg).
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Deflated Prices

Diatetets

MON. THRU FRI.
5 P.M. TO 11 P.M.

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MONDAY MU SATURDAY

JOEL NASH
NEW!! NEW!!

Fried Chicken

$495

Chicken Livers

$495

Short Ribs

$495

Steak w/Onions
$495

$4951

Fillet of Sole

rBENNY'S

41

CORNED
BEEF

(Sabra)

PASTRAMI

4.3 $349
41

4g
4g
4
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4
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OPEN SUNDAY!

QUALITY TRAY CATERING

p.m.-10 p.

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98 **

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