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August 13, 1976 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-08-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, August. 13, 1976

@Or Attir

The Best of Everything

By Danny Raskin

.557-1425

29515 SOUTHFIELD, N. OF 12 MILE

SATURDAY SUPER LUNCHEON SPECIAL

HOT CORNED BEEF Si 50

ON JEWISH RYE

1

SUNDAY DINNER SPECIAL

WITH THIS COUPON

I FRESH WHITE FISH
I Baked or Broiled/

Almondine—choice of potato or
saladi.r..oll and butter

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25.

$

(Reg. $4. 45)

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Rose and
Irving Guttman
Invite You
To See Why

TRY ROSE'S FAMOUS
BLINTZES AND
PANCAKES

We Are #1

In The Metropolitan
Detroit Area

a. i tte s

h

27167

GREENFIELD

ge

1111k. N. of U Mile
Next To Groat Scott Mkt.

559-1380

BREAKFAST SPECIAL

TUES. TO SAT., 7 a.m.-11 a.m.

SUN., 7 a.m.-10 a.m.

• FRESH ORANGE JUICE
• 2 EGGS ( any style)
• ROLL OR BAGLE
• COFFEE OR TEA

FAMOUS CHEESECAKE

NEW YORK'S FINEST • EAT IN OR TAKE OUT

A TOTAL
1
I FAMILY RESTAURANT!

wig Thee

2150 WOODWARD, Just N. of Square fake Rd.
Next to Kingswood Theater
334-4727

EVERYTHING FOR EUERYBOOV
AT REASONABLE PRICES

• GREEK SPECIALTIES
• STEAKS
• SANDWICHES (hot or cold) • BAR-B-Q RIBS
• DIET DISHES
• ITALIAN DISHES
• FAMOUS DESSERTS
• CONEY ISLANDS

PASTITSIO, MOUSSAKA AND BAKLAVA
HOME-MADE IN OUR OWN KITCHEN

TRY OUR SPECIAL GREEK SALAD

OPEN FOR
• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER
• AFTER-DINNER SNACKS

MONDAY THRU THURSDAY, 6:30 a.m. to 12 Mid.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 6:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.
SUNDAY, 7 a.m. to 12 Mid.

IN-HOME CATERING FOR
COCKTAIL PARTIES AND DINNERS

THE BEST OF TWO
WORLDS . . . how else
could you now describe
Rikshaw Inn on W. Maple
and Orchard Lake Rd. in
the Orchard Mall? . . .
Besides its very fine
gourmet Oriental dishes,
Rikshaw is really in a
very select class when it
comes to continental
foods of gourmand desire.
Our recent visit there
was probably the best of
all . . . opening up a new
area of dining wonder
. . . appetizers of hot
snow crab claws in a very
delectible butter and gar-
lic sauce; juicy, tender
lamb chops Rikshaw
style, marinated in six
spices from the world
over . . then some veal
Rikshiano in a brown
butter sauce; veal in
lemon butter and the
main entree of veal and
eggplant parmigiana like
we've never had before
. . with Chinese spices
and vegetables . . . This
most delicious dish was a
layer of veal and layer of
chopped eggplant topped
with parmigiana cheese.
The service at Rikshaw
has always been good, but
it is even better now . . .
with people like Len E.
Miller, son of Bertha and
the late Herman Miller, a
captain par excellence;
very sweet, pleasant hos-
tess Leslie Keaton, and
waitress in the super
class, Kathy Heath, 21/2
years at the Rikshaw, with
the very knowledgeable
ability of bringing fresh
coffee in fresh cups . .
plus serving from the
right side.
Two waitresses and a
bartender hadn't shown
up, so bossman David
Lum worked as waiter,
busboy, cook, bartender
and whatever else was
necessary to maintain
the Rikshaw reputation
of top service.
After our excellent
meal, Len E. made us the
Rikshaw's famous Crown
Jewel dessert . . . five
fresh fruits cut up,
flamed with various cog-
nacs and brandies and
put over vanilla ice cream
. . . a most elegant dish.
People like Mike
Hyman eat here at least
three times a week be-
cause, as he says, Rik-
shaw offers such a va-
riety of dishes . . . orien-
tal, continental, Ameri-
can . . . And Mike is typi-
cal of so many others who
have found Rikshaw Inn
to be the exact place
they've been looking for.
It's sometimes difficult
to put into words the way
taste buds tingle, but in
the case of Rikshaw Inn
the words come easy . . .
No gimmicks . . . just very
good food and service to
please the most dis-
criminating palate.
The Rikshaw Inn may
have a lot of things going
for it now . . . but not any
more than the people who
are going for the Rikshaw
in larger numbers than
ever before.
AGAIN, WE REPEAT
. . . when you hear a
place is for sale, doesn't

1

mean a thing . . . Any-
place is for sale if the
price is right.
GROUP NOW IN ITS
second of a nine-week en-
gagement at Sheraton-
Southfield Hotel's "Yes-
terdays," is Expo '77 . . .
three guys and a gal with
much rhythm, versatility
and poise . . . Electric
piano, drums and electric
guitar; with a charming
young vocalist in three-
part harmony on many
tunes . . . Expo '77s even
tempo on songs like "All
By Myself" and "Kansas
City" is choice . . . but
they are best on pops and
blues.

* * CARRY OUT••

You'll Enjoy Eating at C

MONDAY • TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY

ApItiDUKES

SPECIAL DINNERS

FisluChips

INCLUDES
COLE SLAW
AND TARTAR
SAUCE

OPEN MON. THRU SAT. 2PM-9PM
CALL 547-4595 YOUR ORDER
WILL BE READY WHEN YOU ARRIVE

REG.s2.10

$ 75

1745 Coolidge•Corner 11 Mile Near A&P

NOW SERVING

BEER-WINE — YOUR FAVORITE DRINK

OPEN 11 to 2 a.m., MON.-SAT.

SUN., 10 a.m.-11 p.m.

CHOICE OF 13

SKY HIGH SANDWICHES , $225
AND A MUG OF SOUP

Featuring Hot Corned Beef & Pastrami

BLOOMFIELD CHAR-
LEY'S will be name at

former Ponderosa on
Maple and Orchard Lake
Rd. . . . It's scheduled to
be opened in late October
by bossman Chuck Muer,
who will pattern it after
his NorthVille Charley's
. . . with hamburgers, --
pizza, Aspen spare ribs,
salads, sandwiches, fresh
scrod and smelts . . . plus
a huge five feet by eight
feet TV screen . . .
Bloomfield Charley's will
seat 200 people.
Charley's
Chuck's
Crab, in the Northfield
Hilton, Crooks and 1-75,
seating 250, will be
opened Sept. 15.
HAD THAT 12 OZ.
broiled New York steak
dinner for $5.95 at Red
Cedars, Nine Mile and
Telegraph, and it was
better than ever . . Fine .
waitress Bernadette (Be-
rnie) Panaretos, brought
us the very good piece of
meat, plus vegetable soup
(or onion if wanted) and
salad . . . plus a bottle of
rose' wine . . . And who
could go to the Red
Cedars without having
some of that yum yum
cheese cake Lenore
Freed makes at home for
the restaurant . . . Own-
ers Jack Freed and Ray
Bresler are doing a won-
derful job since taking
over . . . and the place
has been woven into a
fine place to go . . . Jose
Roijas, guitarist with an
electronic drum sideman,
came for a week and has
been there eight months
. . . doing a good job of
entertaining in pleasant
style.
BESS BONNIER TRIO
is at the Vineyards,
Franklin and Northwest-
ern, 'til Aug. 21 . . .
Tuesday through Satur-
day . . . with Mickey
Stein on bass and guitar
and Steve Lipson on per-
cussion.
HAVE YOU TRIED the
cottage fries at Jakk's on
10 Mile and 'Greenfield?
. . . Now that Berman's
is a different operation,
Jakks' fries have to rank
among the area's tops.
REMEMBER DUKE'S
FISH and Chips out on
the east side? . : . Now
Duke decided to go west
and with two partners to
watch the store has
added another spot called
Cap'n Dukes on Coolidge,
corner 11 Mile.
WHO'D BELIEVE that
(Continued nn Page 27)

olive HERE *

■ ■ OR

The POST OFFICE INN

25101 TELEGRAPH (across from Raleigh House)

plus our ribs, steaks, chicken, fish, pizza, spaghetti, etc.

Just N. of 10 Mile

358-1611

27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

At 12 Mile, Just

851-4094
Open Mon. thru Sat.
1 1:30 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

SPECIAL STYLINGS OF

GARY PRIMO
DUO

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

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

BICENSATIONAL
BLAST

A
REVOLUTIONARY//
IDEA

*

Luxurious room



Leisurely breakfast

,

* Cocktail and
dancing

Call

879 • 2100

for a color brochure

Northfield Hilton Inn

5500 Crooks Rd. at 1-75
Troy, Michigan 48084

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