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October 17, 1975 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 October 17, 1975

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Get On The Right Tr acki

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 30)

crabmeat . . . Also a Red
with the Tony Martin and Cedars porterhouse steak
Cyd Charisse Show Oct. 27 and a whole, fresh pickerel
to Nov. 1 . . Tickets at the with almonds . . . Red Ce-
Whiting Auditorium (where dais is owned by Ray Bres-
Star Theater held forth dur- ler and Jack Freed . . . Late
ing summer on E. Kearsley) sandwich has also been
or at the Sheraton Motor added to the menu 'til 1 a.m.
Inn in Flint. . . . open-face prime rib on
SEEING SCENES . . . rye.
NEXT ANNIVERSARY
at a local restaurant (not
Charlie's Raw Bar in St. COMING up will be that of
Clair which they highly rec- Benny's Sabra in Oak Park
ommend) . . by Dr. Allen . . . and naturally some
sort of fabulous special
Tesser and wife Karen . . .
from them, also . .
A fellow passing dental
MICHIGAN'S RES-
floss around to the six peo-
TAURANT industry has
ple at the table with them
. . . and all "stringing" in 350,000 people working in
unison as if strumming gui- some 25,000 licensed food
service
establishments
tars . . . Didn't make any
. It
music watching them, tells throughout the state .
Dr. Tesser, and certainly generates about $2 billion in
sales annually . . . and is
not a very pretty picture.
"RED" the state's largest industry
ANOTHER
BUTTONS story standard in terms of number of retail
by the comedy star who'll establishments and retail
appear Nov. 2, at the Detroit employes.
Businessmen's Group City
LORIO ONE OF THE
of Hope Annual Dinner- most popular groups now
Dance, Raleigh House . . . operating the Midwest cir-
is about the young lady who cuit, and featuring the vi-
landed a job in a Broadway brant song stylings of
night club and by way of ce- Sandy Mandella, are ap-
gearing nightly Tuesday •
lebration brought home a
small bottle of champagne through Saturday at the
to share with her family Interlude on E. 12 Mile be-
. . . She had barely popped tween Mound and Ryan.
the cork when her mother
ran to the telephone and
called the doctor . . . "You
should come quick," ordered
mama. "Sadie's got us
drinking shampoo!"

TALIAN-AMERICAN CAFE

NOW OPEN SUNDAYS

BRUNCH & DINNER BUFFET

11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

CHILDREN UNDER 12
30( PER YEAR OF AGE

ADULTS $4.75

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PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

17630 WOODWARD (4 Blks. N. of 6 Mile)

Attendant Parking

For Reservations

869-3988

Complete Menu
Available Daily At

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For

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sun. thru Thurs.
8 a.m. to 12 Mid., Fri. and Sat.

29515 SOUTHFIELD RD AT 121/2 MILE

Across From Sears-Southfield Plaza

also our famous
Specialties Of The House

Li

FRESH BROILED LAKE SUPERIOR,2i
WHITE FISH

FRESH BROILED 1 /2
SPRING CHICKEN

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Between 13 & 14 Mile

LANDMARK

RESTAURANT

25900 Greenfield at Lincoln
Green-Lincoln Bldg.

BREAKFAST SPECIALS

6 a.m. to 1 1 a.m.

2 eggs, hashed
browns, toast &
jelly, coffee

99c

2 eggs, choice of 2
different breakfast $ 29
meats, toast &
jelly, coffee

Oak Park
968-1150

BROILED WHITE FISH

ANY HOUR! ANY DAY!

Includes: Souo or
Juice, Cole Slaw 0.
or Salad, Choice )2uo
of Potato, Dinner
Roll & Butter

NOW OPEN 24 HOURS MON. THRU.
SUNDAYS 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.

Oise
roman
ertwee

27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD. ,

At 12 Mile, Just
Off U.S. 696 851-4094

Open Mon. thru Sat.
11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

Specializing in
ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD

PRIVATE CATERING AND-BANQUET FACILITIES

• Businessmen's Luncheons • Dinners
DANCING MON.-SAT. FROM 10 p.m.
After Theater
Menu

Is BENNY'S (Sabra) ,

JAZZ STYLINGS OF
THE NEW

DANNY
STEVENSON
At The Piano Bar

I) seen every Tuesday night at

4+

4286 N. WOODWARD

IN= Mb.

ORIGINAL MCKIN-
4,44++444440444 49 ,449 ++++++,,t,_ NEY'S Cotton Picker vocal-
1 st Dave Wilborn can now be

qo the Cymbal- Inn on Eight
Mile and Groesbeck . . .
- Dave is doing a single there
"A
Deli And Mort!" • BREAKFAST 234) . . . and well worth hearing
• LUNCH
along with Bob Snyder.
22110 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE
BRUNETTI'S
SEA-

DINNER
1
IN THE OAK PARK CENTER MON., TUES. & THURS., FRI. & SATY FOOD & Italian Village
7 a.m.-9 p.m.
has an interesting interior
399-4440
CLOSED WED.
decor . . . Some of, the for-
SUN., 10 a.m.-9 p.m.
mer Hugo's Roman pillars
are still there on Northwest-
ern at 12 Mile and Franklin,
but by and large it has a
brand new look . . . In one
corner is an actual small
INCL: SALAD,
boat with salad bar includ-
ing Caesar salad . . . The
POTATO, VEGETABLE,
ceiling is covered with mesh
BREAD & BUTTER
netting . . . and mariner
ropes are entwined around
Available Mon. Thru Sun. After 3 p.m.
some of the pillars that have
been left up there to give a
little Italian atmosphere
. . . although seafood is the
6 MEATS, POT. SALAD, FREE DELIVERY
predominant thing . . . even
COLE SLAW, RELISHES,
to a fish pond as you walk in
CHOPPED LIVER AND OUR
. . . and there's entertain-
OWN HOME-BAKED BREAD.
ment nightly lending an air
We Use Vienna-
of fun and gaiety . . . with
REG. $3.50
Wilno Products
the happy sounds of The
Don Farrah Trio . . .
SUNDAY PLATTER FOR TWO
playing nightly except Sun-
SMOKED FISH, SABLE, LOX, HARD-BOILED $
day.

DESSERT FANTASIES . . . ALSO CREAM
PASTRIES GALORE — BAKED FRESH
DAILY IN OUR OWN BAKERY!

111111111 .

November will be called
Sutton Deli . . . Lahser just
north of Nine Mile Rd. . . .
Seating will be for about 85
. . . and owned by Hershel
Riger and Sandy Markow-
itz.

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SAME NOSTALGIC ATMOSPHERE!
SAME GREAT MENU!

• CHARBURGERS • STEAK & EGGS
• DELICATESSEN

NEW DELICATESSEN
OPENING the early part of

Mary Ellen will personally
serve your catering needs
in our lovley downstairs private
0 banquet facilities

424-8780

JUNCTION

Dance Contest
This Weekend

and

Famous "BIG" Tyme Sandwiches

DANNY STEVENSON
TRIO

FOR COCKTAIL HOUR
MON. THRU FRI.
4 P.M. TO 7 P.M.

Mon. thru Sat. 9 p.m.-2 a.m. .

. .

STRIP STEAK

QUALITY TRAY CATERING

98

EGG, CREAM CHEESE, TOMATOES, ONIONS,
OLIVES AND FOUR BAGELS

9 5

NEW MENU ITEMS
ADDED TO the fine fare at

FOR
TWO!

FALL BREAKFAST SPECIAL

MON. THRU SAT. ONLY 'TIL 11 a.m.
2 EGGS, ROLL OR TOAST, BUTTER,
JELLY & COFFEE

43 HOME-COOKED DINNER SPECIALS DAILY

P14.14+++440.3t4+4,44 .

139

DAIRY TRAYS

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Red Cedars on Telegraph
and Nine Mile, include onion
soup with cheese baked on
top and served in a crock
. . . fresh mushrooms sau-
teed in butter and served in
a skillet . . . and deep fried
mushrooms stuffed with

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Honest Judges

The judge, in judgment,
just and fair for even one
brief hour, is deemed as if
he had a share in God's crea-
tive power.
—The Talmud

OPEN 5

p.m. TO

5

MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
With
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT FROM 2 a.m.

VINCE SHANE TRIO

OPEN SUNDAYS 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

20070 W. 8 MILE RD.
JUST WEST OF EVERGREEN

0

• RIBS • STEAKS • CHICKEN
• SHISH KABOB
• LAMB • GREEK SALAD

Ui

355-0077

• HOME MADE DESSERTS

0

S.

10 OZ. N.Y.

THE ALLAN KARHIS

The eighth annual Michi-
gan Star Ball amateur
dance classic will be held 8
p.m. Saturday at Adat
Shalom Synagogue. The
Panchito Orchestra will
provide music for the com-
petitors.
Among the competitors
will be Allan and Shirley
Karhi of Livonia who were
invited to represent the U.S.
in the world's amateur
dance championship in Ger-
many this month. The cou-
ple won the honor by win-
ning the eastern U.S.
amateur dance champion-
ship in Atlantic City, N.J.,
in July.
Contestants will vie in a
variety of categories at the
ball, sponsored by Jack
Barnes Dance Center. Tick-
ets will be available at the
door. For information, call
the dance center, 851-2400.

OP EN 5 p. m. - 5 a.

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COMPLETE DINNERS, SNACKS AND BREAKFAST MENU

5 p.m.-5 a.m. Mon. thru Sat. 5 p.m.-10 p.m. SUN.

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