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June 11, 1976 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28 June 11, 1976

DIMITRI'S

The Best of Everything

316 N. Woodward, - 2 Blks. N. of 11 Mile

542-4880

ROYAL OAK

DOWNTOWN
YPSILANTI, MICH.

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

• GRACIOUS SURROUNDINGS
• FINEST SERVICE
• GENEROUS COCKTAILS
MIXED TO PERFECTION!

* SEAFOOD

* PARTY
CATERING

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 it

-

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

BY HY LEWIS
Guest Columnist

ONE WOULD EXPECT
Danny Raskin to tip the
scales at the 300-pound
mark by virtue of his repor-
tage in this Best. Of Every-
thing Column. His ability as
a descriptive writer when he
reports on the restaurants
where he dines, and the lav-
ish and succulent cuisine he
ingests and the bubbly
drinks that slakes his thirst,
makes one's mouth water,
whether it be at a deli or the
poshest of the posh . . . but
Danny still manages to re-
main tall and slim (great
metabolism!)
CALLING ALL budding
singers, dancers, comedi-
ans, musicians, etc. It's
going to be Talent Night at
Angel's Hour Glass out Mc-
Nichols Rd. way in Detroit
Tuesday night. Angel Panek
says, "Who knows? . . .
maybe a star will be born!"
This has got to be lots of
fun.
AT THE DROP of a hat
I can get my spouse Evelyn
to abandon everything to go
to the Great Wall in Farm-
ington. Host Henry Lum
has a new eating adventure
for us everytime we get
there. We leave the ordering
to Henry.
THE WONDERS OF
Toronto never cease. With
each new trip there are new
wonders to behold. In the
last year, eight new hotels
opened their doors to more
and more tourists and the
clerk at the fabulous new
Harbour Castle told me that
there are approximately
26,000 rooms in this tourist
city to accommodate people
who come there from all
points of the world's corn-
pass.
Five new downtown ho-
tels have made their debut
recently . . . among them
are Western International's
Hotel Toronto close to the
city hall.
Chelsea Inn and the

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

Harbour Castle are at the
foot of Bay St. on the
waterfront. Guests at the
Harbour Castle are
treated like royalty in the
European tradition. The
lower five floors include
the lounges and restau-
rants, all convention facil-
ities and recreational
areas that house the all-
season pool, health club
and games room.
Quick meals at the Har-
bour Castle are taken from
the Peppermill . . . at rea-
sonable prices. All the way
to the posh and aristocratic
Chateauneuf where fine
wine and gourmet cuisine
are served in an opulent
setting. Two other dining
areas are the Poseidon and
the Lighthouse Revolving
Restaurant that specialize
in fish and seafood and
while dining you can see
sailboats, freighters and
ferries cruising the lake.
A few blocks away is the
Spaghetti Factory. For less
than $6 two people can en-
joy a spaghetti dinner with
wine. A warehouse next
door to the factory-restau-
rant was recently converted
into a musical pizza eatery
with the unique name, The
.Organ Grinder. You can't
beat these novel eateries for
the price.
After a few years we re-
visited one of Toronto's
most popular year-round
resorts — Inn On The Park
which is about 20 minutes
from downtown. This beau-
tiful resort is framed by the
500-acre Wilket Creek Park.
Near the Inn is the famous
Ontario Science Centre. We
had a choice of seven restau-
rants at the Inn. From the
Cafe de l'Auberge which you
must reserve a week in ad-
vance to the Buttery where
you can savor crepe and egg
dishes. A summer "mini-
holiday" package runs $56 a
person for three days/two
nights including breakfast.
Visit the casual Harvest
Room at the Inn where
prices are moderate.
Although_ Canada is not
noted for a national cuis-
ine, • Toronto boasts
hundreds of fine dining
places usually staffed by
European or Oriental
chefs. You have a won-
derland of ethnic choices.
Incidentally, if you have
time, stop at London, On-
tario which is about half-
way to Toronto. London
has refurbished itself in
the last 10 years and is fast
becoming a great place to
spend a casual weekend. It
is only 120 miles from De-
troit. On the outer fringe
of London is a new series
of enclosed shopping malls
which includes the new
Holiday Inn-London City
Centre Tower.
Howard Johnson's Motor
Lodge offers a year-round
weekend package that costs
$49.95, which includes be-
sides two adults, two chil-
dren under 18. Breakfast for
four for two mornings. They
call this a family package.
UNDERSTAND YOU
(Continued From Page 28)

IS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

7 a.m. TO 11 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'

Ketlages

47tittire's Ottble

1403 S. COMMERCE (near the intersection

Reservations Suggested

at Maple/15 & Pontiac Trail)

624-6660

COMPLETE DINNER SPECIALS
MONDAY THRU THURSDAY EVENINGS

Prime 12 Oz.

$495

NEW YORK STRIP
SIRLOIN STEAK

—Or—

FRESH LAKE PICKEREL

CRACKERS '
DISCO

ABOVE DINNERS INCLUDE






AN EXCITING TRIP TO OUR BEAUTIFUL SALAD BAR
Now Open Downstairs
CHOICE OF SOUP OR JUICE
HUGE VARIETY OF FRESH BREADS I. BAGELS
No
Coupons
Accepted
For These Specials
COFFEE, TEA OR MILK

••■

INTRODUCING

OUR NEW

SALAD BAR

SERVED AT NO EXTRA CHARGE
ALSO INCLUDED WITH THESE FAMOUS

DAILY SPECIALS

MONDAYS—FROM OPEN TO CLOSE

SENIOR CITIZEN'S DAY

CHOPPED STEAK
Hot Baked Potato,
$1.29

•ii;

Texas Toast & Beverage

1\

TUESDAYS—FROM 4 p.m.

CHOPPED
STEAK

RIB EYE
STEAK

1

$1.69

Hot Baked
Potato,
Texas Toast

$1.59

Hot Baked
Potato,
Texas Toast

THURSDAYS—ALL DAY

VEAL CUTLET

1

$

Hot Baked Potato,
Texas Toast

• CO
a ff.

SUNDAYS—ALL DAY

2 SIRLOIN STEAKS

TWO COMPLETE DINNERS

Hot Baked Potatoes,

Texas Toast

$429



FOR TWO

FREE REFILLS ON POP,
COFFEE OR TEA

r

— ALL YOU WANT

/

THIS LOCATION ONLY

BONANZA

15640 W. 1 1 Mile Rd.
557-3237 CORNER OF GREENFIELD . 01.1111

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