Friday, July 23, 1976 29
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
The Best of Everything
(Continued from Page 28)
MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS, 11 a.m. to 12 Mid.
11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Adults . . . $4.75,
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ALSO INCLUDED WITH THESE FAMOUS
MONDAYS—FROM OPEN TO CLOSE
SENIOR CITIZEN'S DAY
Hot Baked Potato,
Texas Toast & Beverage
TUESDAYS—FROM 4 p.m.
SUNDAYS — ALL DAY
2 SIRLOIN S TEAKS
Hot Baked Potato,
TWO COMPLETE DINNERS
Hot Baked Potatoes,
$4.29 FOR TWO
FREE REFILLS ON POP,
COFFEE OR TEA
ALL YOU WANT
THIS LOCATION ONLY
15640 W. 11 Mile Rd.
557-3237 CORNER OF GREENFIELD
"During the wedding
BILL KAUFMAN of ceremony, other than
Kaufman's Restaurant Wagner's bridal march
Supply Co. on Grand River, from "Lohengrin," is it in
adds his best in pastries and good taste to play, for exam-
banana pies . . . Stafford's ple, 'Serenade' from Student
. . . "Their latest place in Prince?"
the Orchard Mall Shopping
Center at Orchard Lake and Wedding March has been
Maple, is excellent," writes traditional, it is not in poor
taste to choose a medley
ALSO ABOUT this es- which might have some sen-
tablishment . . . from Heidi timent to the bride or fami-
Press . . . "Savina Myers, ly .. . Always remember,
waitress at Stafford's however, when choosing
Restaurant on Seven Mile your music to keep in mind
near Evergreen, encouraged the dignity of the wedding.
the-Sam and Barbara Press
family to visit that MAKERS the country over
restaurant again. An have come out with some
employe of Stafford's since pretty odd-ball laws regard-
its opening 11'/2 years ago, ing preparation, serving and
Ms. Myers was pleasant, consumption of food, there
neat and clean looking — are, oddly enough; sand-
not a hair out of place — wiched in among those that
and checked frequently to fail to make sense a few
see if our orders were all laws which would undoubt-
right. Our orders came ex- edly bring loud cheers from
actly as we asked and not digruntled citizens if they
once were we rushed so the were adopted on a national
table could be cleared. Ms. basis . . . For instance, in
Myers is at Stafford's from Colorado Springs, a waiter
11:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. is subject to a fine if he
Wednesday, Thursday, makes an insulting remark
Saturday and Sunday."
to a customer . . . In Flor-
GOOD NEWS DEPT. ida, there is a law forbid-
. . . Sal Marino is back at ding your neighbor to hire
the Golden Mushroom, 10 away your cook . . . In
Mile and Southfield, as Gary, Ind., it is against the
evening manager . . . The law to ride any street car or
personable Sal made many attend any theater within
friends in the northwest four hours after eating
garlic . . . There is a law in
WAN FU WINE is a Michigan which says that
product of France that could no peddler may coat his
never sell as a French wine fruit with varnish to bring
. . . so label was changed out its beauty . . . And in
and as a Japanese white Waterloo, Neb., bless them,
wine it is a big seller . . .
barbers are forbidden to eat
You can get it at Forbidden onions between 7 a.m. and 7.
City North on Orchard Lake
Rd., north of 13 Mile.
WRITES . . . "I just heard
that all Chinese restaurants
use lard in their- cooking.
Also that most restaurants
NEW YORK — Bernard
use lard in their pastries.
Revel Graduate School; the
Could this be true?
oldest of Yeshiva Univer-
Answer to Kate . . . No,
sity's graduate divisions. is
not all Chinese restaurants re-organizing and redirect-
use lard, but most of them
ing its academic programs,
do . . . The Rikshaw in the
according to its dean, Dr.
Orchard Mall uses no lard
whatsoever . . . Also, if you
Dr. Soloveitchik said the
wish, since Chinese food is
school has retained new fac-
cooked to order, almost all ulty for the coming year
oriental eating spots will who will add new dimension
cook your food in oil if you
to the instruction. Quanta-
request them to do so . . .
tive and sociological ap-
Insofar as restaurants using proaches, comparative stud-
lard in their pastries, we
ies, techniques of field
know of very few that make
research and content anal-
their own, and these do not ysis
will now be offered
. . . Of course, there are the alongside
exceptions, but we don't and literary the
know who they are.
that have been the mainstay
GERMAN of the school.
AMERICAN restaurant in
The Revel School, which
Detroit is The Little Cafe on offers graduate work in Ju-
Gratiat . . . Opened back in diac studies and Semitic
1934 with features seldom languages, literature and
equaled in German home cultures, was established in
cooking . . . plus German 1937 as the Graduate De-
and American light and partment of Semitics. It
was expanded in 1941 and
CHUCK JOSEPH'S renamed in honor of the
Place For Steak on Grand founder of Yeshiva College
River between Southfield and the institution's first
and Outer Drive, seats president, Dr. Bernard Re-
about 110 people, has a vel. Courses of study lead to
piano bar and smart decor master's and doctoral de-
of beautiful rough cedar grees.
walnut paneling . . . The
food and service are very
Whatever America hopes
good with the emphasis of
bring to pass in the world
course on steaks, which
Chuck openly defies anyone must first come to pass in
the heart of America.
to find better anywhere.
—Dwight D. Eisenhower
READER ASKS . . .
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• SPECIAL STRIP STEAK
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WITH WHIPPED POTATOES
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WED. THRU SAT. EVES.
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