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December 19, 1975 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-19

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COUNTRY
INN
• B-B RIBS • B-B CHICKEN]

Be not like the upper
doorpost, which is buyond
the reach ,of man; but'be like
the lower doorpost, which,
though trodden upon con-
stantly, remains solid.
—The Talmud

• ITALIAN DISHES

—BEER & WINE-

45109 CASS • UTICA
731-4440 -
"In The Big Red House"

OPEN 24 El • URS
MON. THRU SAT.
SUN. 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.*

GREENFIELD
AT LINCOLN
Green-Lincoln Bldg.
Oak Park
968-1150

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OUR SOUPS
ARE ALL
HOME MADE

NOW SERVING OUR FAMOUS

MEDITERRANEAN
PLATTER

COME IN

BREAKFAST

99 4

2 eggs, toast
& coffee
7

8,

TRY IT!

BROILED WHITE FISH
DINNER

-

ANY HOUR!
ANY DAYI

NNW

316 N. WOODWARD

ROYAL OAK

7 a.m. 12 Noon

-

$

542-4880

Specials

I SUPER BREAKFAST

1 95

2 BLKS N. OF 11 MILE

_ -

LUNCHEON

inc. soup & coffee
different Item
e ach h day 1 1-2

$ 1 95

Plus Others All Day



GOURMET
DINNERS
NITELY

$ 1 95- .$500



THE SUSSEX 11017SE — 11

19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen)

Open Mon.-Sat. from 11:30 a.m.

MON. & TUES. ONLY
PRIME RIB DINNER

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min

Reg. $8.50

559-3377

Make Your
New Year's

Eve
Reservations
Now

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BANQUET FACILITIES FOR UP TO 250

• WEDDINGS • SHOWERS • BAR MITZVAS

• PARTIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS



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CLOSED WED.

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•MICHIGAN'S FINEST

FAMILY-ORIENTED

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The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 26)
like a great bouillabaisse, the
Atrium is one of the few
places in the country that
make it properly . . . Give
Executive Chef John Etch-
ert a couple of days notice
. . . and enjoy, enjoy.
DICK LICHTMAN at
Northgate Delicatessen , on
Greenfield and 10 Mile has
come up with a most un-
usual method for tray cater-
ing . . . It's called Dial-A-
Deli in which a person gets
their free Pick-A-Deli selec-
tor and orders whatever
they want on the tray.for
Northgate -to make up . . .
Cost is from $1.90 per per-
son up (that's 5 meats).
NEW INN ON THE
PARK night spot opening
soon in Farmington Hills,
will be run by Bill Lippman
. . . it's the former Nau's
Park Place on 10 Mile and
Grand River . . . and may
be open before the year is
over . . . Seats 188 with
cocktails.
BANYAN TREE restau-
rant and Elephant disco
opened Monday . . . Ban-
yan Tree dining is under
supervision of excellent chef
Doug Derello, one of our
area's finest experts on de-
lightful cuisine . . . In the
same location as Banyan
Tree is Detroit's first ele-
gant sophisticated discot-
heque on the grand scale of
those found in Europe, New
York and San Francisco
. . with exciting sound,
lighting and decor.
"WOULD YOU LIKE
TO sit in the smoking or
non-smoking area?" asked
the hostess as we entered
the Clamdiggers on Grand
River in Farmington- with
son, Sc-ott .. . He doesn't
smoke and we have an occa-
sional cigar so the hostess
put us in the proper region.
Our very fine waitress, Su-
san McLarty, had been at
the old Charley's Crab on
Pine Lake for five years be-
fore it burned down . .
and graciously cut apart .
Scott's whole lobster which
he would have done himself,
Mit still wore a cast from
"playing around" . . .
•His cocktail was a straw-
berry dacquiri for young
folks (strawberries, ice
cream and sour mix) and we
had a 1973 bottle of Mosel
Piesporter Goldropfchen
Riesling "Spatlese white
wine . .. Our entree was
the Clamdigger Sole, dipped
in bread crumbs and broiled
. . . It is a regular on the
menu and very good . .
Jifn.Macdonald, manager at
the Clamdiggers who looks
much like a sea captain with
'his handsome mustache and
beard, presented Scott with
the' first Clamdigger tee
shirt.
HELEN
SPANOS
should know good food . . .
she likes to cook and hubby
Andy makes one of the best
Coney 'Island hot dogs in
town every Wednesday
night at his Circus Lounge.

AROUND TOWN . .

Ed Heims and Sounds of
Simply are Tuesday
through Saturday in the
Penalty Box of Holiday Inn
of Southfield on Telegraph

1

. . . dancing to Ray King
Trio is in the Ronde-View
revolving restaurant . .• .
John Pappas is the fine gen-
tleman head maitre d' at
Golden Coach on Van Dyke,
north of 12 Mile, where.
comic Jackie Gayle is now
appearing and John. Armore
is at Interlude on E. 12 Mile,
between Mound and Ryan .
The Loving Cup with Mar-
lene Hill are at Monk's Cel-
lar on Orchard Lake and 12
Mile . . . Vocal-instrumen-
tal quartet "Lorio" is at
Gatsby's in the Ted's Old_
Town Restaurant complex
. . . Jazz pianist Bess Bon-
nier and Mickey Stein, jazz
guitarist and bassist, play
cocktail hour at Ramada
Inn (Metro Airport-Romu-
lus) Mondays . through Fri-
days.
"THE SECRET RE-
CIPE for making your own
lox is worth the price of the
book," says Esther Fish-
man, (Avodah Chapter) .
about the Pioneer Women's
Jubilee Year Cookbook
(5.50) . . . Fororders, call Pi-
oneer Women's office,
851-0750. ,
TOWN & COUNTRY
CLUB recent shindig un-
veiled a very talented group
called Manning, four guys
and Shirley Stockwell on
vocals . . . Waiting on us
was good ol' Charlie Bair, a
"youngster" waiter around
town who spent some time
at Northwood Inn (20
years), Cliff Bells, etc. . . .
Table with Dr. Morton and
Elaine Lesser, ,Shirley and
Al Lezell, Max and Bertha
Sheldon and Doris and Mor-
rie Lapin had double cele-
bration . . . Max winning T
C bridge tourney and 30th
anniversary of friendship
for the Lessers and Lezells
. . . Gals doing the Hustle
and •Hully Gully dances
were Esther Pastor, Mari-
lyn Freedman, Helene Lub-
lin, Betty Eichenhorn and
Sarah Kay . . . Max Mill-
man talking while wife Min-
nie also went out to join the
dance . . telling of the
days at the pool hall on 12th.
and Clairmount . . stand-
ing watching a game . . .
asked if he was betting . . .
and said he had a mind bet.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

December 19, 1975 29

Earle Mostyn's

NOSHE

HOME-MADE JEWISH STYLE
HOT HORS D' OEUVRES

Brought To You In Chafing Dishes & Complete Set-Up For
• WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAS • SHOWERS
ORDERS ALSO TAKEN FOR HOT MEALS,
• ALL SIMCHAS
COLD CUTS AND DAIRY TRAYS
26052 GREENFIELD (Lincoln Shopping Center)

968-8666

FOR FURTHER INFO
ASK FOR EARLE OR LENNIE

BEST BUYS IN TOWN!

COMPLETE DINNERS

$5.50 per pers.

INCLUDES: EGG ROLL, SOUP, CHOICE OF 24 ENTREES, ICE CREAM OR ALMOND
COOKIES & TEA.

TRY -OUR NEW LEGAL DIET CONSCIOUS LUNCH MENU .

7.600000000000080.5.50.500o

OPEN XMAS DAY AND
NEW YEAR'S DAY
3 p.m. to 10 p.m.

: MAKE YOUR HOLIDAY .
RESERVATIONS NOW!

RIKSHAW INN

6407 ORCHARD LAKE RD. & MAPLE RD.

851 - 6400
IN THE ORCHARD MALL
HELP US CELEBRATE OUR 2nd ANNIVERSARY

BENNY'S

22110 COOLIDGE AT 9 Mile

( Sa br a)
O t li

IN THE OAK PARK CENTER

1399-44411j

ORDERS NOW TAKEN
FOR YOUR HOLIDAY TRAYS

OUR TRAYS INCLUDE: CORNED BEEF, PAS-
TRAMI, PEPPER BEEF, TURKEY, SALAMI OR
TONGUE, CHOPPED LIVER, POTATO SALAD,
COLE SLAW, BREAD, MUSTARD, PICKLES &
RELISHES.

Regular $3.50

$

298

Per Pers.

CUSTOM-MADE TRAYS WITH YOUR SELECTION
OF ITEMS ALSO AVAILABLE

FREE
DELIVERY
TO YOUR HOME OR OFFICE

DAIRY TRAYS ALSO AVAILABLE

FIRST ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL

19269 SOUTHFIELD RD.

(In The Forrell's Shopping Center)

559-8717

ALL YOU CAN EAT
• FISH
• PIZZA
• CHICKEN
• SPAGHETTI

ALL 7 ITEMS

99

CHILDREN

UNDER
5 FREE

Table Service Family Style

5 to 10 — $2.59

ALL SECONDS,
COFFEE, TEA-OR POP,
ARE ON THE HOUSE

Including Salad, Hot Garlic Bread and Fries
Served From 4 p.m. Daily and Sunday, 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.

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