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June 04, 1976 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-04

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June 4, 1976 29

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Best of Everything

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

TALIAN-AMERICAN CAFE

MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m..
FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS, 11 a.m. to 12 Mid.

SUNDAY BUFFET
11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Adults . . . $4.75

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

17630 WOODWARD (4 FBIkRs.s N. 6 Mile)
R e s er v a t ions

2

Attendant Parking

869-3988

; ENJOY 2 LANDMARKS
IN YOUR AREA!
AT LINCOLN

GREENFIELD-

Green-Lincoln Bldg.
968-1150
Oak Park

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OPEN 24 HOURS

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7 DAYS A WEEK

NOW FEATURING A LARGE

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MIDDLE-EAST MENU

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• EGG BEATERS LOW CHOLESTEROL DISHES
• 10-CAL PLATES & OUR FAMOUS 99c BREAKFAST

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21700 NORTHWESTERN HWY.
AT J.L. HUDSON DR.

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(Northland Parking Lot "B")
Tower-14 Bldg.
559-9045
Southfield

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• 12 GREAT BREAKFAST SPECIALS, 7 a.m.-1 1 p.m. I
• COMPLETE LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS

SERVED AT ALL TIMES
• COLD PLATE SPECIAL • LO-CAL SPECIALS

ALBAN S

RESTAURANT

188 N. HUNTER (Woodward) CORNER 15 MILE

64•-655

Birmingham

ORDER YOUR TRAYS NOW FOR
ALL OCCASIONS

• REHEARSAL DINNERS
• REUNIONS
• RECEPTION PARTIES
• POOL PARTIES

• GRADUATIONS
• CONFIRMATIONS
• SHOWERS
• STAGS

FREE Chopped Liver with our Buffet Trays

OUR GREAT REGULAR

OUR GREAT DELUXE

5 MEATS (COLD
•CUTS), 5 SALADS,
SWISS CHEESE, FRIED
CHICKEN, OLIVES &
PICKLES, BREAD &
MUSTARD

75

per
person

3 MEATS (COLD
CUTS), 2 SALADS,
SWISS CHEESE,
OLIVES & PICKLES,
BREAD A MUSTARD

$ 75

per
person

WE USE ONLY TOP QUALITY MEATS!

DAILY SPECIALS 7 DAYS A WEEK

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RESTAURANT & CARRY-OUT HOURS:

SUN. THRU THURS., 9 a.m. To 9 p.m.FRI. & SAT., 9 a.m. To 11

• MICHIGAN'S LARGEST PACKAGE LIQUOR 8 WINE SELECTION
• COMPLETE HOT MEALS CATERED TO HOME OR OFFICE
• FAMOUS BOX LUNCHES FOR ALL OCCASIONS

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at the Aladdin in Las Vegas.
We had a very good piece
of Dover sole.
Brunetti's is now an ac-
tion spot with its entertain-
ment and dancing policy
taking full steam.
ANOTHER OF THE fa-
mous bands that helped
launch the Top o' The
Pontch nitery 11 years ago,
The Monte Bleu Band, is the
current 25th floor sound at
the Hotel Pontchartrain.
BILLY ROSE QUAR-
TET is now at Francesco's
on Sundays, from 8:30 to
1:30 . . . with Fancy Music
the nightly featured group
durng June . . . Frances-
co's, on Michigan in Dea-
born, has become one of the
top dining, dancing and en-
tertainment spots in this
area.
AT THE DATE OF this
writing, we learn that the
Scotch 'n Sirloin on Green-
field has not as yet been sold
. . . Mention in last week's
column had it as a well-
founded rumor.
BOTTLE & BASKET
OF Southfield in the Tel-12
Mall, has been sold . .. Sol
Pitt and Benji Woznica have
returned to the N. Hunter
(Woodward) store in Bir-
mingham . . . Benji, who
learned under Sol, will do
the cooking, and his teacher
will oversee the entire oper-
ation.
OWNERS OF Forbidden
City North, on -Orchard
Lake Rd., north of 13 Mile,
in the K-Mart and Great
Scott Shopping areas, are
Henry Yee and barrister P.
Scott Sherrer.
IF YOU WANT TO
KNOW about food, few bet-
ter experts in town than Eve
and Pete Novik . . . They
eat out seven days a week
. . . breakfast, lunch and
dinner . . . Their oven at
home is used "so much" that
it's now a planter for flow-
ers' . . . "I put in 35 years of
cooking," says Eve and
that's it . . . Pete agrees.
AT MCINNERNEY'S
on Northwestern just past
12 Mile, they have an all-
you-can-eat setup, plus
salad bar . . . and it's not an
all-you-can-eat of only what
is ordered . . . In other
words, if they have chicken
and veal as one of the eve-
ning specials, a person can
have a chicken dinner, and if
they feel like it, a veal cu-
tlet, too . . . all for the same
price.
TWO TOP RAGTIME
piano players are celebrat-
ing their sixth month play-
ing back-to-back at Chuck
Muer's Clamdiggers on
Grand River . . . Bob Seeley
and Bob Milne formerly
played at other of Chuck's ;
restaurants, but this is the
first time at the same loca-
tion.
MANY PEOPLE WHO
GO to Tunnel Bar-B-Q
across from the car exit, and
have their delicious home-
made pastries, like to go
next door at the carry-out
and see them on display . . .
The very good pies and
tortes and cheesecakes are
baked at their own Pastry
Place . . . Tunnel Bar-B-Q
has 93 seats and serves

about 9,000 people a week,
not including delivery and
carry-out.
CRACKERS IS MICHI-
GAN'S newest disco . . .
and an ultra-modern beauty
in the downstairs room at
Squire's Table on Commerce
Rd.
The transformation from
before is amazing . . . with
two levels, bamboo soft light
fixtures over the tables, un-
usual wall decor, flashing
lights and seating for 170
people.
Jack Perlmutter, who also
did the interiors at Banyan
Tree Restaurant and Ele-
phant Disco, has done a very
fine job again at Crackers
. . . Owner at both places,
Norm LePage, is gaining the
quick reputation as a disco
king.
Crackers has lots of ac-
tion and good music . . .
Middle-aged and older
folks who love to disco
dance, blend in together
very nicely with the young
folks in having a heck of a
good time.
Before going to what the
waitresses used to call "that
place downstairs," we had
some of Chef John Kerersy's
good food in the Squire's Ta-
ble dining room . . .
Creamed lobster soup, a
huge delicious prime rib
with the bone attached . . .
cooked to perfection . . .
brought to us by black bow-
tied waitress Roberta
Brown, who has been a
Squire's Table standout for
years . ... and one of the
best gals around for top
quality service . . . Then
downstairs to Crakers and
the disco'ing we never used
to do before.
RESCHEDULED DATE
of Bodega Restaurant car
wash for the Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation is tomorrow at
the Bodega on Telegraph,
north of Schoolcraft . . 10
a.m. to 2 p.m.
GEORGE SHEARING
appears June 7 through 12
at db's Club in Hyatt Re,-
gency Hotel . . . $5 cover.

DOWNTOWN
YPSILANTI, MICH.

* SEAFOOD

SERVING DINNERS TILL 10 p.m.
INCLUDING OUR FAMOUS
PRIME RIB ... only $6.95

* PARTY
CATERING

• GRACIOUS SURROUNDINGS

• FINEST SERVICE
GENEROUS
COCKTAILS

MIXED TO PERFECTION!

IMPORTED
AND
DOMESTIC

BEERS & WINES

FOR RESV. — 483-8200 — 483-8201

American & Continental Dining 7 Days Per Week

Stephan Becharas
and

has what you want

for

• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner

days a week .. .
when you want

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. 8 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

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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