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May 21, 1976 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-21

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May 21, 1976 29

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FAMOUS BIG TYME SANDWICHES

CHOOSE FROM

10 HAMBURGER GREATS

SAME NOSTALGIC ATMOSPHERE!
SAME GREAT MENU!

• CHARBURGERS • STEAK & EGGS
• DELICATESSEN

EGGS & OMELETS SERVED IN A SKILLET
DELICIOUS PASTRIES GALORE

576-1588 4286 N. WOODWARD

Between 13 & 14 Mile

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DIMITRI'S
316 N. Woodward,

2 Blks. N. of 11 Mile
542-4880

ROYAL OAK

IS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

7 a.m. TO 1 1 p.m.

SERVING THE FINEST IN . . .

• BREAKFASTS • LUNCHES • DINNERS

FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES

I COMPLETE CARRY-OUT MENU • GREEK DISHES & SALAD'

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THE MOTOR CM *
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AREA'S FINEST
ITALIAN RESTAURANT *
AND
ENTERTAINMENT SPOT *

Featuring
The Great Sounds Of

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LORIO

TUES. THRU SAT.

DANCING 8:30 p.m. to 1:30 A.m.

DINING CUISINE
AT IT'S BEST

With A Wide Varied Menu To
Please The Most Discriminating Palate

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SUNDAY FAMILY DINNER *

MON., 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
TUES. THRU SAT., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
SUNDAYS, 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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22302 MICHIGAN AVE.

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Across From Jacobson's W. Dearborn

561-1655

JAK

Restaurant and Lounge

25234 GREENFIELD, 1/2 BLK. N. OF 10 MILE
546-1224
IN THE GREENFIELD CENTER

WED. THRU SAT.

JO THOMPSON

Song Stylings & Fun At Our Piano Bar

HAPPY HOUR, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
MON. THRU FRI.

ALL DRINKS AT REDUCED PRICES

DINNER SPECIALS

MON. THRU FRI. 5 p.m. to 11 p.m
Complete

INCLUDING: SOUP, SALAD, POT. OR VEG.
COFFEE, TEA OR SANKA

BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHES

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DINNER SERVED

MON.-FRI., 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. MON.-SAT., 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.

LATE EVENING
MENU

MEET YOUR FRIENDS
WHERE THE ACTION IS!

Detroit & Suburbs Most
Elegant Restaurant

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 28)
recipe long ago and simply
follow it . . . His answer
was a gem . . . "Because
how do I know it can't taste
better."
PIANISTS BOB Seeley,
3,7, and Bob Milne, 7:30 to
12 are at Clamdiggers on
Grand River . . . Pat Flow-
ers still jazz piano'ing it
nightly at Danish Inn on
Grand River just North of
10 . . . Tom Saunders and
his Surf Side Six, Monday
through Saturday at Presi-
dential Inn, 1-75 at North-
line in Southgate . . . Jim
Joseph's Tailgate Ramblers
are at the Silent Woman on
Telegraph.
THE SCENE IS a Paris
street corner . . . A shady-
looking character ap-
proaches an American tour-
ist and after glancing in all
directions to see that he's
safe, nudges the tourist and
the following bag follows
"Americain?" . . .
"Yeah" . . . "Tourist?" . . .
"What whoopie?" . .
"Naaah" . . . "Post cards?"
. . . "Naah" . . . "Strip-
tease night club?" . . .
"Naah" . . . Model posing
for artist? . . . "Naaah" . . .
"Artist posing for model??"
. . . "Jewish delicates-
sen?. . . "Ah ha, now you're
talking."
VINCENZO'S ITAL-
IAN _eatery on John R. be-
tween Six and Seven Mile
Rds., doesn't give you a
doggy bag so to speak, to
take home leftovers . . .
Theirs is called a VIP (Very
Important Package) . .
with the wording . . . "You
as a very important person
deserve the right to finish
the delectable food served
here. Don't be bashful . . .
take it home in the VIP bag
and let your pet watch you
enjoy it!"
THE LOVING CUP,
with songster Marlene Hill,
is at Bobbies . . . Tuesdays
to Saturdays . . . through
May 29.
A VERY POPULAR
skewered item in Lima,
Peru, is Anticucho de Pes-
cado, which is even sold by
vendors on the streets . . .
Cubes of swordfish steak
with olives and onions are
placed on a skewer and
basted with bar-b-q sauce
while boiling five to seven
minutes.
WHO SAID CHINESE
waiters never smile? . . .
Ours did recently at Hoa
Kow on Nine Mile in Oak
Park . . . where the food
and service are both very
good.
YES, THERE was a St.
Regis Restaurant on Wood-
Ward Ave. many years ago
. . . It was at 513 Wood-
ward in the 20's.
CONSUMERS FOR
PURE FOOD group has
been formed locally by guts
'n gals concerned with "all
the poisonous additives in
food" says Harry Kiffer-
stein . . . The organization
is interested also in cleaning
up some of the dirty restau-
rants around town . . . plus
becoming involved in any-
thing to clean up the food
situation today . . . Next
meeting is 8 p.m. May 25, at
the Michigan Credit Union

League Bldg., 15600 Provid-
ence Dr. in Southfield . . .
with Dr. Jack Goldstein
speaking on the effects food
has on us . . . 35 members
already . . . and if you're
interested, call President
Geraldine Viedrah, LI
4-0225.

LOREE JACOBS is a
very fine talent with a great
show biz future ahead of her
. . . However, unfair book-
ings can do much to harm
her . . . like the recent De-
troit Businessmen's Group
City of Hope Installation
Dinner-Dance . . . Loree
relates more to younger peo-
ple . . . and is not an after-
dinner, dancing and instal-
lation performer when
everyone is tired and wants
to go home . . . Few enter-
tainers are. for that matter.

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
Private Banquet
No Coupons Accepted For
• •

Facilities Available
These Specials

HEN-RI LEWIN, senior
vice president of the Hilton
chain, is in Children's Hos-
pital, San Francisco, recu-
perating from an operation.

RIALTO CAFE on
Woodward, just south of
Nine Mile, in Ferndale, is
one of Michigan's oldest res-
taurants . . and the oldest
one on Woodward Ave. . . .
Rialto was a tiny spot when
opened in 1926 . . . the only
restaurant on Woodward
from Highland Park to Pon-
tiac . . . Ted's was a push-
cart hot dog stand . . . Then
came Northwood Inn, etc.,
etc., etc . . . Rialto isn't so
small anymore . . . seating
160 with a highly diversified
menu of home cooking .. .
open seven days.

ANSWERS TO QUER-
IES . . . Dorothy Leach
. . . You're going back a
ways, but that restaurant
on Griswold, downtown
that opened in 1951 was
Shep's; owned by Sol Pitt
(now of Bottle & Basket at
Tel-12) and Harry Shepherd
. . . It previously was
known as Louie's Delicates-
sen . . . Only waitress there
we remember was Shirley
Kaufman .

has what you want

for

• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner

Enjoy Our Fine Dinner Specials .. .
Different Each Day
In The Casual Elegant Atmosphere
You Want For Enjoyable Dining

—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.

Join Us. For A Pleasant

Surprise and
Discover That

There Is A
Difference

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Did you know that the finest restaurant
in the city is only 15 minutes
from where you're hungry.

We have Champignons Imperial, Duck Au Grand Marnier, Sweet
Breads Madeira, Stuffed Rainbow Trout, as well as entrees of the,
hearty American fare, generous and juicy steaks. Together with a
unique assortment of fine wines, complimented by our carefully
blended mushroom appetizers — it's a meal to entice any and all
. . . and only 15 minutes from where you're hungry.
10 Mile at Southfield Road — 559-4230

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