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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-23

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28 January 23, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Best of Everything

By Danny Raskin

Riverz



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. . . Andy bakes his own
bread,
rolls, pies and even
DOWNTOWN
baklava
. . . makes home-
YPSILANTI, MICH.
DAILY DINNER SPECIALS
made soup and specials ev- _
COMPLETE FOR 55.50
SERVING DINNERS TILL 10 p.m.,
ery day, with lunchtime
* SEAFOOD
INCLUDING OUR FAMOUS
prices
lower
for
a
meal
than
GOOD
TIME HOUR 4-7 P.M.
PRIME RIB ... only $6.95
* PARTY
most sandwiches . . . He
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
CATERING
makes four specials each
COCKTAILS ARE BICENTENNIAL SURPRISES!
day
(roast
beef
is
a
daily
NEW WINTER LOUNGE MENU FEATURES
• GRACIOUS SURROUNDINGS • FINEST
IMPORTED
goodie) . . . Last Friday for
SUPER SANDWICHES MINI SUPPERS
SERVICE
AND
example, he had salmon
AT SUPER PRICES! (TILL CLOSING TIME)
• GENEROUS COCKTAILS MIXED TO PER-
DOMESTIC
patties people weren't af-
FECTION!
BEERS & WINES
raid to eat because they
were freshly made . . . An-
FOR RESV. — 483-8200 — 483-8201
dreas' is not a gourmet
1337 NORTH RIVER ROAD
heaven, just a plain down-
American 8 Continental Dining 7 Days Per Week
ST. CLAIR, MICHIGAN
to-earth place open from 7
D
a.m. to 5 p.m. for breakfast
and lunch . . . Andy is a
20-year restaurateur . . .
z
also owning Cookie's cafe-
teria in the Machinery Bldg.
on Grand Blvd. . . .
Many folks will know him
from the Majestic Restau-
rant on Conant and E. Seven
al.
• BREAKFAST
Mile Rd. which he owned for
"A Deli And More!"
23.
• LUNCH
(formerly Drawbridge)
12 years . . . Right now,
+22110 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE
• DINNER a.
145 SHELDON (N. Center) Northville
only entrance to his restau-
& THURS., FRI. & SAT
rant-cafeteria is downstairs
4 1 IN THE OAK PARK CENTER MON., TUES. 7 a.m.-9
349-4885
p.m.
23.
at the Clausen Bldg. -. . .
CLOSED WED.
399 - 4440
--A\
40.
SUN., 10 a.m.-9 p.m.
but plans are for an even-
Invites You To Enjoy
4
tual private entrance and
canopy . . . It seats 100 plus
43
private banquet rooms and
an empty area not yet com-
pleted . . . When he's not
at it's finest!
21°
5
baking or cooking, that's
on. MEAT LOAF
Andy behind the counter
including
dishing out his food with a
COMPLETE
2" 23.
big smile.
HAMBURGER STEAK
THERE IS NO AFFI-
LIATION whatsoever be-
tween Armando, owner of
HUNGARIAN GOULASH -‘„$°
*THUM
• CHOICE OF TOMATO JUICE,
the Acapulco, and Arman-
MARINATED HERRING OR
do's . . . Only thing they
43
SHRIMP COCKTAIL
have in common is that both
30
$ 05
43 Fri. B-B-Q CHICKEN
are Mexican restaurants.
• HOME-MADE SOUP OR
BOSTON-STYLE CLAM CHOWDER
DR. LEONARD AND
CONNIE Crane say that
• SALAD
CHOPPED SIRLOIN STEAK SI)95 si°
the only place to get authen-
• CHOICE OF BAKED OR
tic home-made gefilte fish is
FRENCH FRIED POTATOES
43
at a Chinese restaurant —
• COFFEE, TEA OR MILK
Forbidden City on Orchard
• Sun. — BAKED SWISS STEAK ... $ 95 21:
Lake and 14 Mile . . . Con-
NOW APPEARING — THE KOPASETIKS
2 11°
nie is Hungarian and loves
TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY
her gefilte fish . . . But this
2 1°
QUALITY TRAY CATERING
A
',se/
43
..wasn't why we visited
Henry Yee's Forbidden City
4!
iv)
II , • •
. . . and the sumptuous
e,_ .9
per person
FREE $298
food he served didn't include
DELIVERY
2 3°
Connie's delight . . . She
and Leonard were among a
a*
SUNDAY
PLATTER
FOR
TWO
$4.95
FOR
2
43
MONDAY THRU THURSDAY 5 p.m. to 5 a.m.
party of invitees that also
included Al Silver and Shir-
ley Singer, Howard and To-
shiko Ogasawara, Henry
and his wife Seiko . . .
Philip Ng (that's his full
name) is the extremely pol-
ite and efficiently pleasant
INCLUDES:
HUGE RELISH TRAY, GREEK OR CHEF'S
maitre d' at Forbidden City
SALAD OR COLE SLAW, GARLIC OR
who also brought our table
REG. BREAD & FRIES
the elegant dishes of taste-
Reg. $5" lb.
tingling delight . . . Shrimp
lb.
DINING ROOM ENTERTAINMENT AFTER 2 a.m.
toast with soft inside (other
Lean Reg. $5 50 lb. ,,
VINCE SHANE TRIO
places serve it hard and
ONLY
solid); a completely new
(Unsliced) Reg S250 lb. $1 90 lb.
dish of very fluffy shrimp
Sorry—No Coupons Accepted For Specials
Reg. S23° lb. • $19° lb.
balls; Chinese matzo ball
REGULAR HOURS: MON.-SAT., 5 p.m.-5 a.m.
$340 1/2 lb.
soup with the balls made of
SUNDAYS, 5 p.m.-10 p.m.
Nova Scotia or Regular
OUR REGULAR MENU
rice flour and the soup in-
Also
available:

B-B-Ribs • Fried Shrimp
cluding beef, greens and
Shish
Kabob

Home
Made Desserts • Lamb

mushrooms; a beef dish
• Breakfast Menu • Sandwiches
combined with green pea-
pods and mushrooms; a sea-
food combination (Warbar)
of lobster, shrimp, crab
meat, scallops, Chinese ve-
getables and sizzling rice;
whole pickerel stuffed with
water chestnuts, mush-
rooms, bamboo shoots and
RESTAURANT & DELICATESSEN
seasoning and garnish by
IN HARVARD ROW MALL
SOUTHFIELD
20070 W. 8 MILE RD.
21754 W. 11 MILE RD. AT LAHSER
colored shrimp chips; lychee
355-0077
pineapple
duck
with
pineap-
JUST WEST OF EVERGREEN
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
ple
and
cherries;
Tzewan
7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

4t 44++, 1•+++44+4+4 , 444+4
ale
El.
(Sabra) *
43

BENNV'S

4

41

DINNER SPECIALS To

25

ePTues
43
43 L

*

$2 95

• Sat

ale

WE WERE TWO weeks
late on the date in the col-
umn mention about a north-
west eatery to close up . . .
Mary Ellen Lippman's Gal-
lery on Southfield is no
more . . . closing its doors
last week . . . There is abso-
lutely no affiliation what-
soever between the former
Southfield Rd. spot and the
successful Gallery Restau-
rant on 10 Mile Road, just
east of Evergreen . . .
owned solely by Stephan
Becharis . . . and better
than ever.
DINNER AT LARCO'S
on W. McNichols, continues
to be a highlight in dining
enjoyment . . . Recently
had dinner there with Sid
Hudson and Mike Petro
from Las Vegas, Al and Syl-
via May and Pat and Mar-
garet Carlini . . . Our wait-
ress, Jeanne Holm, was an
ace, and still one of Detroit's
finest . . . She has been at
Larco's Inn since it opened
in 1954 . . . We tried the
calves liver and onions and
mighty glad, too, because it
was made exactly so . . .
thin slices of calves liver cov-
ered with a generous por-
tion of onions . . . and deli-
cious . . . The Larco's
Potatoes were a must for
everyone, and Pete in the
kitchen is justly proud of
them . . . baked and sliced
with melted cheese in be-
tween . . . Pete's special
sauce and home-made noo-
dles is another of his culi-
nary prides that everyone
enjoyed . . . Mike Larco as
a host is tops.
BUDDY'S PIZZA on E.'
Six Mile and Conant serves
pop from the bottles a la the
old days . . . and the "old
school" waitresses hold bills
between their fingers.
NEW PEOPLE KNOW
it, but Andreas' restaurant-
cafeteria is starting to catch
on fast . . . It's owned by
Andy Hourdakis in the
Clausen Bldg. on Nine Mile
across from Providence
im
simple,
Hospital .
e only
iin ly
a
maculately clean
op
en about seven weeks
.
with home cooking the . big
feature . . .no frozen foods

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AV( RICAN E %PR SS HONORE

the
captain's table

SEAFOOD

FRESH LOBSTER DINNER

THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL

-

BROILED WHITE FISH

BY YOUR HUGE REQUEST...WE ARE
REPEATING THIS SALE...ONE MORE WEEK ONLY!
$ 350 lb.
CORNED BEEF
ALL DINNERS
$4"
REDUCED BY
ALL SALAMI
ALL HOT DOGS
$1 OFF
LOX

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