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June 11, 1976 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-11

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June 11, 1976 29

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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FAMOUS BIG TYME SANDWICHES

CHOOSE FROM

10 HAMBURGER GREATS

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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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FAMILY DINING

AMERICAN & GREEK CUISINE

SHISH KABOB & GREEK SALAD OUR SPECIALTIES
• Breakfast Served Anytime •

Open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mon.-Thurs.; Fri. & Sat. 'til 12 Mid.

28990 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

851-1310

Between 12 & 13 Mile Roads

27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

At 12 Mile, Just

851-4094
Open Mon. thru Sat.
11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

Off' U.S. 696

ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD

PRIVATE CATERING AND BANQUET FACILITIES
• Businessmen's Luncheons • Dinners

CHARLES
BOLES
At The Piano Bar

FOR COCKTAIL HOUR
MON. THRU FRI.
4 P.M. TO 7 P.M.

Rose and
Irving Guttman
Invite You
To See Why

SPECIAL STYLINGS OF

GARY PRIMO
DUO

MON. THRU SAT. 9 P.M.-2 A.M.

TRY ROSE'S FAMOUS
BLINTZES AND
PANCAKES

We Are #1

In The Metropolitan
Detroit Area

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GREENFIELD

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Next To Great Scott Mkt. Y

559-1380

ENJOY ROSE'S FAMOUS
FISH SPECIALS

GEFILTE FISH—PICKLED FISH
BAKED FISH—BROILED FISH—BOILED FISH

99

OUR POPULAR BREAKFAST SPECIAL

SUN. 7 a.m.-10 a.m.
TUES. TO SAT. 7 a.m.-11 a.m.
• ORANGE JUICE • 2 EGGS (any style)
• ROLL OR BAGEL • COFFEE OR TEA

FAMOUS CHEESECAKE

NEW YORK'S FINEST • EAT IN OR TAKE OUT

The Best of Everything

(Continued on Page 29)
MAY not have to wait in
line anymore at The Victo-
ria Station. They are adding
another boxcar and connect-
ing piece to accommodate 60
more people.
THE FIRST TIME we
got off the Southfield Free-
way onto the Michigan Ave.
interchange and beheld the
impressive Hyatt Regency
Dearborn with its crescent-
shaped exterior of reflective
bronze glass we were awed,
virtually thrilled at what
the magic of the creative
mind and the skills of man's
hands and muscle can do.
The interior is even more
spectacular in the hotel's
huge 13-story atrium that is
a feast for the eyes at any
angle.
Plant lovers are amazed
at the more than 650 live
plants placed on the guest-
room level railings that
hang into the atrium. The
five glass-capsule elevators
provide an ever-changing
view of the activities as they
move at a rate of 500 feet
per minute between the lob-
by and rooftop restaurant.
The atmosphere is simply
stunning . . .
We enjoyeI the hotel's
gourmet restaurant, "La
Rotisserie", which spe-
cializes in prime rib, roast
duckling and a host of Or-
iental dishes. The antique
copper rotisserie along one
wall provides the motif
and elegant atmosphere
for dining.
We have returned four or
five times at Hyatt Regency
Sunday lunch at Kafay's
Place, where we can look
out at the elevators that go
up and down like yo-yos
. . . The meals are bounti-
ful in a garden atmosphere.
Our guide pointed to the
bubble elevator that took us
up to "The Rotunda". It's
two-tiered turntable makes
a complete circle every hour
which gives a stunning
360-degree view of Dearborn
and metro-Detroit. This
rooftop restaurant and
lounge is posh and an excit-
ing place to take an out-of-
town guest for a meal.
THE 99c EARLY morn-
ing breakfast specials at
various delis and some res-
taurants are making egg-
eaters out of most every-
body . . . In the face of ris-
ing prices, how do they do
it?
CARL AND ESTHER
HOROWITZ were out buy-
ing a bottle of champagne to
toast the new home of their
children, Barry and Cindy
Gonti along with little Mich-
elle and one on the way. -
ACCORDING TO John
Manning, manager at Wyn
Schuler's on W. Maple, all
the food is not brought in
from the central commis-
sary in Marshall, Mich.. . .
John says most of the fish
and meat is freshly bought
here and not frozen . . . The
hamburger is ground in
Marshall.
RIKSHAW INN on W.
Maple in the Orchard Mall,
is becoming one of the few
true continental restaurants
in Michigan . . . Every time
David Lum goes to an ea-

tery, he comes back and
improvises a new dish . . .
Italian, French, etc . . . The
way he's going, Dave, who is
a gourmet food lover him-
self, will have Oriental
dishes in the background
and Continental fare in
number one position .
Name Rikshaw is all Orien-
tal, but the food only in-
cludes Oriental cuisine . . .
Continental is fast catching
up.
OVERHEARD . . . at
Dominico's, "A discotheque
girl may not understand
politics, but she sure can
put a motion before the
house." . . . at Lobster
House, "A bachelor is a
man with no ties except
those that need pressing."
. . . at Country Inn,- "My
wife is so lazy, she's the only
one I know who washes
dishes in bed." . : . at
Carl's Chop House, "I fin-
ally found a way to get rid
of dishpan hands — I let my
husband do the dishes."

Dinner Theater
at Art Institute

The Detroit Institute of
Arts will open its Court
Theatre in the Kresge Court
Cafe with a production of
"The Fantasticks" 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday. Dinner will be
served, with showtime at
8:15 p.m. Saturday seatings
are at 6 and 9:30 p.m.
The production will be
performed by the Continen-
tal Theatre Company, and
will run through Aug. 8. For
reservation information,
call the Art Institute Ticket
office, 832-2730.

Summer Classes
at U- D, Marygrove

The Performing Arts
Center of the University of
Detroit-Marygrove College
will sponsor its seventh year
of classes and workshops
June 28-Aug. 6 on the Mary-
grove campus.
There is a charge for the
classes and workshops. For
information, a complete
brochure and application
forms, call the Performing
Arts box office, 341-1838, or
927-1130.

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

JAKKS

Restaurant and Lounge

25234 GREENFIELD, 1/2 BLK. N. OF 10 MILE
546-1//4
IN THE GREENFIELD CENTER

WED. THRU SAT. EVES.

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

'495

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

DINNER SERVED

BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHES

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

MEET YOUR FRIENDS
WHERE THE ACTION IS!

LATE EVENING
MENU

BICENSATIONAL
BIAST

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REVOLUTIONARY / 1
IDEA

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Luxurious room



Leisurely breakfast

*

Cocktail and
dancing

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Call

879 • 2100

for a color brochure

Northfield Hilton Inn

5500 Crooks Rd. at 1-75
Troy, Michigan 4 8084

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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)

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