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October 24, 1975 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-24

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28 October 24, 1975




THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

COUNTRY INN

SPECIALIZING IN
BARBECUE RIBS 8 CHICNEN
and SELECT ITALIAN DISHES

N• N P IA &AMY

ADAM'S
RIB

FOR PARTIES

I

The Best of Everything

boss . . . Some of the triple-
deck sandwiches will have
names like: Gary's Kenan-
OUR FAMOUS
hora (roast beef, tole slaw,
BAR-B-Q RIBS
lettuce, tomato, Russian
************** dressing) . . . Harold's
HOURS:
BEER MON.-THURS.
Heartburn (skinless_ and
*
DINE 8 DANCE
II to II p.m.
boneless sardines, lettuce,
EVERY RIGHT
tomato, Russian dressing)
FRI., II to 2 o.m.
James Cohen
* .. •' • ■ : 1-•
. . Stacey's Send-A-Vich
Mon. & Tues.
SAT.. 4 to.2 a.m.
..,
f ?Dula & Allen Street r-
(corned beef, chopped liver,
SUN., 2 to 8 p.m.
Wed.-Sat.
„_. A
lettuce, tomato, Russian
dressing.
COMPLETE FAMILY
PARADISO CAFE on
"Cu t k''
DINING
Woodward now has a Sun-
brunch and dinner buf-
* 4 A HOUR GLASS *` 4 day
*
fet . . . from 11 a.m. to 7
4..
45199 CASS • UTICA
18800 W. McNICHOIS*
p.m. . . . Adults $4.75 and
'Si (6 Blks. W. of Southfield) 42,
731-4440
children under 12, 30 cents
*
"IN THE BIG RED HOUSE"
538-4850
*
*
per year of age . . . a cute
1 Block W. of Van Dyke,
****-orik-******** gimmick . . .1Paradiso Cafe
just N of Hall Rd. (M-59)
owners Marcella and Dan
Moody are the kind of peo-
ple you like to know.
EDEN GLEN, Stouffer's
Detroit area specialty res-
taurant on Big Beaver Rd.,
near Coolidge in Troy, will
be one year old as of this
Monday . . . and the cele-
bration will last all week
Restaurant and Lounge
. . . with special goings on
25234 GREENFIELD, 1/2 BLK. N. OF 10 MILE
from noon every day 'til
IN THE GREENFIELD CENTER
closing.
546424
CITIZENS BAND man
Lou Feldman of L.M.F.
NOW APPEARING AT OUR
Communications, and wife
PIANO BAR TUES. THRU SAT.
Karen, put their good word
in for Northgate Delicates-
"Gentleman Raconteur”
sen on Greenfield and 10
Mile, as the best for both
food and service . . . the lat-
ter with night girls like Jody
Brand, Kathy Dean and
Nasiicy Farkas.
HERMAN'S MINI
DELI at the Cushion 'n Cue
in Oak Park, is owned by
Leonard Herman and son
Howard . . . open seven
days from 10 in the morning
til midnight . . . Has only
12 stools at a- counter, but
still puts out breakfast,
lunch, dinner and snacks.
BOESKY'S- RESTAU-
RANT-Delicatessen
on
10 Mile is no more affi-
liated -with Harry Boesky
. . . or vice versa . . . ac-
cording to many eatery
owners around town . . .
They say he has been in
SAUTEED
their place either looking for
a maitre 'd job or to buy the
spot.
RESTAURANT OWN-
ERS, waiters and wait-
BOILED
resses, could write a book on
the strange quirks of cus- .
tomers . . . many times
quite obnoxious and petty
SKILLET
. . . Like those who go into
a place that has liquor,
drink up half and then telll
their waitress it spilled on
the floor . . . or the ones
FRESH STUFFED
who go into an eatery, finish
three-quarters of their meal
and then complain that it
wasn't done properly . . . or
ALL DINNERS ARE COMPLETE, INtLUD-
the height of cheapness
when -a person is just ready
ING SOUP, SALAD, POTATO OR VEGET-
to leave and picks an argu-
ABLE, COFFEE, TEA OR SANKA
ment of some kind with the
waiter or waitress . . . to
plus
have an excuse for not leav-
ing a tip.
"Complete Selection of Fine Liquors
ANSWERS TO QUER-
Steaks—Chops—Seafood—Bar-B-Q Ribs
IES . . . Darbys Restau-
rant burned down on July
15, 1968 . . . At the time,
LUNCH MON.-FRI., 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
owner Sam Boesky and son-
DINNER MON.-SAT., 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
in-law Bernie Kerner, had
119
employes working for
LATE EVENING
DAILY LUNCHEON
them in the great triple-
MENU
SPECIALS
threat eatery folks began
calling their home away
from home . . . Today, Sam

544-1240

w!Ne.

'I

s

ANGEL:SI( '

JAK

JOEL NASH

NEW!! NEW!!

Deflated Prices

Veafteit S

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

dried Chicken

$4 95

Chicken Livers. $495

Short Ribs

$ 495

Steak w/OnionsMI 95

Fillet of Sole

$4 95

and Bernie own Darbys
Stanley Steamer on Capital
in Oak Park . . . doing their
usual very fine job of satis-
fying people . . . only this
time with just 11 employ-
es, including the kitchen
. . Darbys Restaurant
used to seat 350 people in its
coffee shop, dining room
and Sky Lounge . . . serving
as many as 2,000 meals a
day during lunch, dinner
and supper.

THE PATIENTS will be
in for 1. treat in the near fu-
ture at Henry Ford Hospital
. . . that is, from the diet
department . . . They'll be
given regular restaurant
menus from which to select
their meals . . . This, of
course, won't make the
food any better.

FIRST PLACE dish at
Weight Watchers Recipe
contest at which we were a -
judge, was beet borscht.

ANOTHER HUGE ca-
tering establishment called
White House . . . and exter-
ior patterned after the
Washington, D.C. edifice,
may be forthcoming.

EXPECTED OPENING
of Sutton Deli on Lahser,
north of 9 Mile, is about
Nov. 5.

MORE FROM THE in-
teresting Anderson's menu
of Mexico City sent to us by
Helen Tachna . . . "For an
explanation of the pictures
that adorn the walls and the
upstairs room, ask any em-
ploye. If he doesn't know, he
w ill invent something. Our
musicians are forbidden to
smile. Return what you
don't like. Forty percent of
our customers change their
plates. We save what we
consider adequate portions
(more or less.) If you are
hungry, there is more. One
of our customers ate 18 or-
ders.
"Brief history of the res-
taurant. Oct., 1968 — Our
vacuum cleaner was used to
inflate the balloons for the
Olympics. Feb., 1971 —
Grand inauguration of the
men's bathroom. Before
then we took them by taxi to
Sanborns. Dec. 15, 1972 —
We served cognac in the
banquet room while the
firemen were herocially bat-
tling the flames in the
kitchen. March, 1972 —
Grand failure of our new
plate, `picadillo a la Charlie.
Doesn't matter, not every-
one likes leftovers under
glass."

Franklin Society
Sets Antique Fair

The Franklin Historical
Society will sponsor "Poor
Richard's Antique Fair 4"
11 a.m. 7_10 p.m. Nov. 6 and 7
and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Nov. 8 at
the Franklin Community
Church.
More than 21 antique
dealers will display items,
and there will be a bake sale
and tea room. Tickets will
be available at the door, and
proceeds will be used to res-
tore historic Franklin sties.

FEATURING

"HAAB'S"

• FAMOUS PRIME STEAKS
• SEAFOOD
• CHICKEN

WE SERVE THE FINEST'

* ' ' • GENEROUS COCKTAILS MIXED TO PERFECTION

ASK ABOUT OUR FINE SELECTION OF WINES!)

THREE EARLY AMERICAN DINING ROOMS

c, American & Continental Dining 7 Days Per Week

483-8200 -- 483-8201

EVERY TUESDAY

IS

FAMILY NIGHT

AT

BONANZA

15640 W. 11 MILE RD.,

Southfield

[AFTER 4 p.m.

CHOPPED STEAK
DINNER

Fresh Crisp Salad,
Hot Baked Potato,
Texas Toast

CORNER OF GREENFIELD

$11 29

557-3257

RIB EYE STEAK
DINNER

Fresh Crisp Salad,

Hot Baked Potato;
Texas Toast

SENIOR CITIZENS SPECIAL
ALL DAY MONDAY

CHOPPED STEAK DINNER

FRESH CRISP SALAD,
HOT BAKED POTATO, TEXAS
TOAST

1 49

Private
Facilities
Available

PLUS FREE BEVERAGE

SUNDAY MORNING
Breakfast

at the

19460 W. 10 MILE RD. (1 BIk. E. of Evergreen)

352-7466

IS THE PERFECT WAY
TO START YOUR DAY.

JOIN US
SUNDAY

FROM 9 A.M.

ALSO STILL SERVING OUR 7 GREAT
SUPER DINNER SPECIALS

• SATURDAY & SUNDAY . . . BROILED WHITE

FISH OR FRIED CHICKEN

• MONDAY & TUESDAY . . . DELMONICO

STEAK OR FRIED SHRIMPS

• THURSDAY . . . LIVER & ONIONS

OR VEAL CUTLET

• WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY . . . OUR FAMOUS

FISH & CHIPS

ALL ABOVE DINNERS INCLUDE: SOUP, SALAD, VEG.,
CHOICE OF POT., ROLLS & BUTTER, TEA OR COFFEE

DAILY HOURS: MON.-THURS., 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
FRI. & SAT., 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
SUNDAY, 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

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