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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28 April 30, 1976

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The Best of Everything

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

Open Mon.-Sat. from 11:30 a.m.
MON., TUES. & WED. ONLY

559-3377

Entertainment
Thurs., Fri. &
Sat.

PRIME RIB DINNER $5 95

• VEAL SCALLOPINI A LA ...ARSALA OR
BEEF SHISHKEBAB WITH PIL A F

Now $4.95

reg. $7.50

BANQUET FACILITIES FOR UP TO 250

L.
.
WEDDINGS • SHOWERS • BAR MITZVAS • PARTIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS

•■• • •••■•■•





Detroit & Suburbs Most
Elegant Restaurant

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115 E. Long Lake Rd. at Livernois Res.: 879-6810

COMPLETE DINNER SPECIALS—MON. THRU THURS.

* PRIME 12 OZ. NEW YORK STRIP STEAK
- $4.95
* PRIME TENDERLOIN TIPS Ala Burgundy,
$4.50
Over Bavarian Noodles
$4.75
[ * BAR-B-Q RIBS (The Original Squire's Table Recipe)
* SEAFOOD ALA GOURMET (Broiled Danish Lobster, Steamed

Alaskan King Crab Legs, California Dungeness Crab,
Jumbo Shrimps, Clams Casino, Oysters Rockefeller)

$7.95

THE ABOVE DINNERS INCLUDE: A REWARDING TRIP TO OUR BOUNTIFUL SALAD
BAR • SOUP OR JUICE • LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FRESH BREADS AND BAGELS •
COFFEE, TEA OR MILK
No Coupons Accepted For
Private Banquet
• • •
Facilities Available
These Specials



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COMPLETE DINNER SPECIALS

MONDAY thru THURSDAY 5 p.m. To Closing

'4.25
MONDAY
BAR-B-Q RIBS
FRIED SHRIMPS $2.99
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY...BAR-B-Q CHICKEN... 5 2.99
THURSDAY N.Y. STRIP STEAK...$3.99

ABOVE DINNERS INCLUDE: HUGE RELISH TRAY, GREEK OR CHEF'S SALAD (CHOICE OF
DRESSING), OR COLE SLAW, GARLIC OR REG. BREAD & F. FRIES

MONDAY THRU THURSDAY

HAMBURGER DELUXE

(Served With Fries & Slaw Only)

'1.49




SORRY,
NO COUPONS

REG. HOURS: MON.-SAT., 5 p.m.-5 a.m.
SUNDAYS 5 p.m. 10 p.m.

-

DINING ROOM
ONLY

ENTERTAINMENT AFTER 2 A.M.
VINCE SHANE TRIO
WED. thru SAT.

vorifiri e
S ar -11-Q

C AWTEE R
HOME

'20070 W. 8 MILE RD.

JUST WEST OF EVERGREEN

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BANQUET ROOMS FOR
• BAR MITZVAS
• WEDDINGS
• SHOWERS
• SWEET SIXTEENS
• BOWLING BANQUETS
• BUSINESS MEETINGS
• ANNIVERSARIES • ETC.

(F:PrPlAloErSe)

SOUTHFIELD
355-0077

LAST COUPLE OF
times we had linguini with
clam sauce, they were unim-
pressive, so when Dennis
DeLuca one time told us
about his very wanted dish,
our thoughts turned to
those easily forgotten exper-
iences of the past.
Being at DeLuca's re-
cently on Woodward and
111/2 Mile in Royal Oak, we
decided to go it again . . .
and as the saying is told
about trying until you suc-
ceed, it can finally be said
that we had linguini with
clam sauce and enjoyed it
. . . all the way to an emp-
tied bowl.
Ginnie McAauley, our
most pleasant and top-ex-
perienced waitress,
started things off with
another DeLuca pride . . .
its antipasto salad, a meal
in itself, which so many
people enjoy (especially
weight conscious folks)
. . . It has everything but
the proverbial kitchen
sink, so to speak . . . var-
ious types of sliced meat,
vegetables, cheese . . .
and accompanied by a de-
licious salad dressing we'd
never had before . . . Ital-
ian with slices of fresh on-
ions . '. . Folks come from
all over for Dennis' anti-
pasto concoction . . . and
with good reason . . . it's
a real winner.
But back to the linguini
. . . Ginnie served it to us in
a large bowl . . . and our
first shock was at the size of
the clams . . . The other
two experiences had tiny
pieces chopped up . . . De-
Luca's is with good sized
ones . . . large enough to
chew at least . . . and
plenty of them to make up a
thickly enriched sauce that
was mighty lip-smacking
good.
- In Italian, linguini means
"little tongue" . . . It is a
thin, flat and long oval noo-
dle . . . very easy to digest
. . . We're glad we had the
linguini with clam sauce at
DeLuca's . . . It restored
our faith again in that "keep
trying" adage.
COUPLE OF MORE
new eateries will soon be
opening . . . and in the new
"restaurant row" out North-
western Hwy. . . . Egg Cas-
tle will make entry just
north of 12 Mile Rd. . . .

BLOOMFIELD

• COCKTAIL LOUNGE
Famous For

LUNCHES • DINNERS
Steaks
Reservations
Chops
626-1587
Seafood
or 626-1697

Open Monday Thru Saturday, 11 a.m. til 12 Midnight
Closed Sundays

YOUR HOST-FRANK STRATTON'

6560 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD AT WEST MAPLE (15 Mile)

and a beef buffet is slated
for the shopping center on
Franklin Rd.
THE FIVE PIECE
group, Birch & Co., is now
appearing at Francesco's on
Michigan in Dearborn . . .
Lorio comes in May 18 . . .
Both play for dancing.
WHILE DOWN SOUTH
in North Carolina, Bonan-
za's Terry Maxwell asked
for a popsicle and they
didn't know what he was
talking about . . . It's recog-
nized only as ice-on-a-stick.
Ray Hunt, new manager
at Bonanza on 11 Mile Rd.
and Greenfield, is a former
restaurant owner himself
. . . seven years in New
York . . . In fact, Ray has
been in food management
before and after his four
years of service with the Air
Force . . . So you might say
most of Ray's life has been
devoted to the restaurant
business . . . He knows peo-
ple . . . but more impor-
tant, is a master at pleasing
his customers.
IRV GRODAN, bossman
with Danny Vassel at the
Old Post Office Inn on Tele-
graph and 10 Mile, is sort of
a "Jack of all trades" and
master of most . . Iry took
the guts out of an old barbe-
cue machine and put in his
own elements . . . Rotis-
serie turns faster and cooks
cleaner, with less grease
. . . Old barbecue machines
take about 45 minutes to
cook your ribs . . . Took
only 19 minutes for Irv's
new concoction to give us
ours . . . Eventually the
time will be only 14 minutes
. . . Imagine ordering bar-
becued ribs and having
them cooked to order from
raw in less than 20 minutes
. . . The intense heat of
Irv's machine gives the ribs
an excellent taste.
Ever have the block of
fried onions at the Old Post
Office? . . . It's shaped like
a big brick block and crispy
all the way through . . .
quite the thing.
SEVENTH ANNIVER-
SARY by Sussex House on
W. 12 Mile Rd. and Ever-
green was a wine tasting
celebration of sorts.
TRIED TWO MORE
weekly specials at the Ban-
yan Tree Restaurant on
Long Lake Rd. and Liver-
nois in Troy . . . beef bur-
gundy and bar-b-q ribs . . .
both $4.95 Monday through
Thursday . . . (The other
specials are N.Y. strip sir-
loin, $4.95, and a gourmet
seafood platter, $7.95) . . .
The beef is prime steer ten-
derloin served over noodles
in a casserole . . . Very
tasty and tender . . . The
ribs were juicy and properly
seasoned.
Our waiter, Jerry John-
son, was most pleasant,
eager to please and exceed-
ingly cooperative . . . with a
pleasant smile at all times.
FREDA AND HARRY
Krone, former owners of the
Broadway Market, were
entertaining 15 people for
dinner at the Banyan Tree,
honoring their 55th wedding
anniversary . . . Annette
and Cal Kuttnauer in the
Krone party can't be called
"squares" . . . Their double

By Danny Raskin

apartment at the Claymore
includes three rooms of
walls with rounded corners.
Thanks to owner Norm
LePage for the beautiful
bottle of Chateau Lafite
Rothschild, 1969 . . . and
executive chef Doug Derello
for the delicious array of
seafood hors d'oeuvres.
GIRLS AT LOCAL bak-
eries around town must
have been "pooped out"
after the first day following
Passover . . . Looked like
everybody was being given
gold . . . the way they
cleaned out the bread at
bakeries . . . The girls had
an eight-day vacation . . .
and after that first day were
ready for a rest!
BUFFO, KNOWN other-
wise as Howard Buten . . .
comedy, magic, music and
mime, is the attraction,
Sunday, by Children's Or-
thogenic Center . . . at the
Raven Gallery on Greenfield
and 12 Mile, being donated
by owner Herb Cohen . . .
It's at 2 p.m., with the bene-
fit concert to raise funds for
seriously emotionally-im-
paired children . . . A day
treatment program is pro-
vided for children 3-12, plus
an outpatient psychiatric _
clinic for children and ado-
lescents, 3-18 . . . Compli-
mentary refreshments will
be served . . . Donation ad-
missions are adults, $4 and
children $2 (all tax deduc-
tible) . . . For tickets to this
very worthwhile charity,
call the Children's Ortho-
genic Center, 835-2258.
SECOND LANDMARK
restaurant . . . in Tower-14
Building on Northwestern
Hwy. at J. L. Hudson Dr.
. . . is in Northland parking
lot "B" for those who have
had trouble finding it . . . A
big sign is coming soon so
folks won't have to crane
their necks looking for this
clean, intimate new South-
field Landmark dining spot
. . . Both this one and that
at Greenfield and Lincoln
are under the same owner-
ship . . . Don't be confused
with hours at the two places
. . . Oak Park site is open 24
hours . . . and until sign ar-
rives, Southfield locale is
only open until 8 p.m.
DID YOU KNOW it was
possible to bowl seven
strikes in a 10-frame game
and still score under 80 . . .
Well, it is . . . Score one pin
in first, third, fifth, seventh
and ninth frames . . . Score
strikes in second, fourth,
sixth and eighth frames and
finish with triple in tenth
. . . Your total score will be
79 . . . What an incentive
for a bowler to commit sui-
cide!
IT AIN'T LIKE it used
to be . . . Many places who
have waitress troubles be-
moan this fact . . . Espe-
cially the "don't care" type
who call in five minutes be-
fore they're supposed to be
on the floor and say they're
sick or something important
came up or any other of a
hundred excuses . . . Res-
taurants with good solid
waitresses should count
their blessings . . . These
gals are like gold . . . with
unparalleled devotion . . .
Restaurant owners who

don't appreciate good wait-
resses usually don't appre-
ciate good customers either.
GOURMET BUFFS,
Betty and Don Cohen made
10 people tummy happy
with their most recent din-
ing delight . . . an all-Is-
raeli dinner at their West
Bloomfield home . . . Betty
is a food service representa-
tive for Pfeister Foods . . .
and Don a vice president of
Kayak Pools.
HER PRACTICE OF
storing all sorts of kitchen
items, from household
cleansers to powdered milk,
in decorative canisters is
confusing to others than
Ruth Moss . . . She came
home from a weekend away
with her two daughters to
find husband Sol in the mid-
dle of a crisis . . . The wash-
ing machine had gone on the
blink when he tried to wash
his golf shirts, and was giv-
ing out with a gooey mess
. . . In bewilderment, Sol
explained that he had fol-
lowed the instructions ex-
actly . . . When Ruth asked
what soap powder he'd used,
he pointed to a flowered
canister . . . which con-
tained instant mashed pota-
toes.
HAPPINESS WHEN
DINING is . . . a waiter or
waitress smiling . . . food
that is brought the way you
ordered it . . . busboys not
taking your plate away at
the turn of your neck . . .
owners who say thank you
. . waiters or waitresses
waiting until you're finished
before rushing your check to
you . . . restaurants who
believe in good food and
good service over decor . . .
waitresses with clean uni-
forms . . . the look of over-.
all cleanliness . . . delica-
tessens who don't try to be
anything else but one . . .
owners who appreciate your
business . . . and mean it
when saying they do.

OP to Stage
Birthday Party

The Oak Park Bicenten-
nial Commission will hold a
30th birthday party for the
city 2 p.m. Sunday at the
Oak Park Community Cen-
ter. Lt. Governor James J.
Damman, chairman of the
State Bicentennial Commis-
sion, will speak.
Past mayors and city
council members will be
honored. Residents who
have lived in Oak Park for 50
years or longer will receive
certificates.
Refreshments will be
served, and the community
is invited.

Diabetes Fund
Sets Art Auction

The Juvenile Diabetes
Foundation will hold its
third annual art exhibit and
auction 8 p.m. Sunday at
the Gallery Art Center, 3722
W. 12 Mile, Berkley.
A champagne preview
will begin at 7. For ticket in-
formation, call Margaret
Roberts, 546-9511.

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