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November 05, 1976 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-11-05

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28 Friday, November 5, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FAMOUS BIG TYME SANDWICHES

CHOOSE FROM

10 HAMBURGER GREATS

ZUBOK'S presents...
The Saturday Afternoon

The Best of Everything

By DANNA RASKIN
Take the combination cocktail lounge Tuesdays
of intimacy, quiet ele- through Saturdays . .
gance, soft comfortable and most enjoyable we
• CHARBURGERS • STEAK & EGGS
dining, excellent service understand.
• DELICATESSEN
. . . plus meat cut and
QUITE A DEAL Irving
processed right on the Guttman got on those
EGGS & OMELETS SERVED IN A SKILLET
premises . . . and you Double A quality New
DELICIOUS PASTRIES GALORE
have a very fine place to York sirloins . . . and for
go for your next dinner.
just this week, he and
57 6-1588 4286 N. WOODWARD
It was Scott's birthday Rose. at Irving's De-
Between 13 & 14 Mile
and he was in the mood licatessen on Greenfield
for some good Italian food and 11 Mile, will sell the
. . . The Roman Terrace 16 ouncers for $4.95 . .
New Name, Same Great Food, Same Owner
on 12 Mile and Orchard including salad, soup and
Lake Rd., was our selec- coffee or tea . . . Must be
tion for the night . . . and very good . . . too big a
it turned out to be a good reputation at stake.
one.
WAITRESS GALS at
What better way to Golden Mushroom on 10
start out an evening than Mile and Southfield had
to have an excellent wait- much fun last Friday . . .
ress . . . There are few with the day and night
better than Lee Payne, shifts dressing in Hallo-
who has been at the ween regalia . . . The
316 N. WOODWARD, 2 Blks. N. of 11 Mile
Roman Terrace since it original costumes were
opened four years ago made by the lassies, as
Royal Oak
542-4880
this coming March . . . they served up laughs
INTRODUCES IT'S GREAT NEW MENU
Lee ranks among the plus Reid Ashton's good
WITH A FULL LINE OF LOW CAL FEATURES!
super waitresses of our food . . . Naturally, a
area . . . ever smiling,- couple of witches among
Low Cal Lunches
gracious and so very filled the pretties, a tiger wo-
with delightful profes- man, a clown, ringmaster,
sionalism.
etc. . . . including one
4 OZ. TUNA On a Bed of Crisp Lettuce, Garnished with
After we had had the dressed as Barbra
Pickles, Radishes 1.90
very good Roman Terrace Streisand doing a pre-
BROILED HAMBURGER PATTY With Tossed Salad and Veg-
minestrone soup, thick, gnant Fanny Brice from
etable
1.85
full-bodied and delicious, "Funny Girl".
SLICED WHITE TURKEY With One Slice Bread, Tossed Salad
Scott wanted to have
All who dressed got a
and Pickles
2.00
something he'd never bottle of champagne from
MUSHROOM OMELETTE Made with 2 Eggs, Topped with
tried before . . . and Reid . . . At night, some
Creole Sauce, Tossed Salad
selected Veal Francesco, of the customers came
1.95
eggplant stuffed with dressed also . . . and got
COTTAGE CHEESE With Fruit
1.40
veal, cheese, artichoke in on the winning dinner-
BAKED MEATLOAF With our Special Sauce and Salad2.55
hearts and capicola . . . for-two first prizes plus
It was one of the few second and third placings
Low Cal Dinners
times he wasn't able to
. . . No, nobody came
(INCLUDE TOMATO JUICE, TOSSED SALAD &
finish his meal . . . the dressed as a mushroom.
-- VEGETABLE)
portion was so big.
CORRECT SPELLING
SHRIMP CREOLE With our own Dieter Sauce
4.10
As for ourself, a tossup . . . is Al_Balooly, owner of
BROILED CHOPPED SIRLOIN With Sauteed Onions . -1.95
was between liver a la Topinka's Country House,
BROILED CHICKEN
2.75
Venice (calves liver Seven Mile and Telegraph
BROILED WHITEFISH With Lemon Sauce
2.95
`sauteed with onions and and Topinka's on W. Grand
BROILED BABY BEEF LIVER With Sauteed Onions
2.80
Marsala wine) or the one Blvd. . . . But spell it
we finally chose, Veal anyway you want, he has
BROILED STRIP STEAK With Sauteed Onions
4.95
Florentina, medallions of one of the best food and
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF Au Jus
2.95
veal lightly breaded, co- drink operations in town
CHEF'S SALAD BOWL Bed of Crisp Lettuce, topped with
vered with a special white . . . including excellent
Sliced Turkey or Tuna or Roast Beef 2.40
sauce and topped with service.
LOW CAL GREEK SALAD 4 oz. Feta Cheese, 2 oz. Onions,
MAIL DEPT. . . . "On
melted cheese . . . It was
2 oz. Beets
2.95
your recommendation,
excellent.
SHRIMP SALAD BOWL. Shrimps on a Bed of Crisp Let-
of us went to Topin-
Lee had brought us a four
tuce
3.95
ka's
Country House for
bottle of Zonin Lam-
CHICKEN CACCIATORI With Rice
chopped sirloin
2.95
brusco wine and it was a the
choice complement to the sandwich. They were so
Low Cal Ice Cream
wonderful we are going
fine dinner we had.
It is comforting to know back again tonight. -I al-
1e, Strawberry,
Sundae: P.neapp.
i
4 0 I (1/2 milk) serving ... .
that a place like the ways knew that Topin-
Blueberry (1 milk, 1 /4 fruit)
4.–
was known for good
rving
... .55
.
8 0 I . (1 milk) serving
Roman Terrace exists ka's
.85
Chocolate (1 1/4 milk)
-
food, but this is the first
Banana Split (1 3 /4 milk, 11/2 fruit)
.
.
.
always
so
very
pleas-
1.30
ant, prices right . . . and time I ever heard raves
about their hamburger
so delightful.
TRY OUR HOME-MADE LOW CAL PIES -
sandwiches. Did you ever
We didn't get a chance
to catch her, but the have their prime rib of
COMPLETE LOW CAL BREAKFASTS
beef? Its out of this
Kathy Landis duo plays
SERVED ANYTIME — OPEN 7 DAYS ... 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
in the Roman Terrace world!" . . . Mrs.
Leonard Jackson.
S1
DEE'S ON Greenfield,
BLOOMFIELD
corner of Lincoln, in Oak
Park, is now a 24-hour
Restaurant
set-up.
and
GIRAFFE discotheque
ENTERTAINMENT
Cocktail
at Raleigh HouSe is part
TUES. THRU SAT.
of a chain . . . There are
Lounge
around the country . . .
The New Sound Of
Contrary to a release put
Is Famous For
SUSAN MICHAELS
out by them, Giraffe is not
Pianist Vocalist
"the only bonafide disco
in the Metro area" . . .
The Elephant next to Ba-
BANQUET ROOMS FOR
nyan Tree restaurant on
• BAR MITZVAS
Long Lake Rd. and Crac-
• WEDDINGS
kers downstairs at
• SHOWERS
Fine
Seafoods—Steaks—Chops
Squires Table in Com-
• SWEET SIXTEENS
Monday Thru Saturday, 11 a.m. til 12 Midnight
• BOWLING BANQUETS
merce Lake are among
Closed Sundays
• BUSINESS MEETINGS
very true discos.
YOUR HOST-FRANK STRATTON'
• ANNIVERSARIES • ETC.
WHERE THEY ARE
Reservations
. . . Ronnie Phillips is at
626-1587
Danish Inn on Grand
River, Thursday, Friday
or
and Saturday . . . Bobby
626-1697
Laurel and Suburban
Renewal are at the Trio
6560 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD AT WEST MAPLE (1 5 Mile)
I (Continued on Page 29)

. SAME NOSTALGIC ATMOSPHERE!
SAME GREAT MENU!

CHILDREN'S 'NIGHTCLUB

Featuring direct from Bi acs-

"

• MAGIC •MUS1C •PUPPETS *PRIZES •KI DS MENU

Reservations a MUST LU 1-2344
ZUBOK'S Greenfield between Warren and Ford Rd., Dearborn

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* FRESH LAKE PERCH (Small)
* PETITE FROG LEGS
* DOVER SOLE Amandine

A TOTAL
FAMILY RESTAURANT! a

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NINO'S

11111".1.14

THE RAZZMATAZZ REVIEW"

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

EUERYTHING FOR EUERYBODY
AT REASONABLE PRICES

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

PASTITSIO, MOUSAKA 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

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Two Great
Restaurants With
One Great Name

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From the broilers & the grills
From the lakes & the seas
Gourmet favorites
Sandwiches • Salads • Snacks
Luncheon • Dinner • Supper
Choice cocktails, wines
and liquors

PRIVATt

BANQUET

ROOMS

AVAILABLE

Our Catering Is Elegant

ZOpitiktIS
COUNTRY
HOUSE

ZopinkaS

ON THE
BOULEVARD

24010 W. 7 Mile Rd.
2960 W. Grand Blvd.
At Telegraph
Across from Fisher Theatre
531-9000
TR 5-2614
Open all 7 days
Closed Sun. and Holidays
Valet Parking
Parking lot adjacent
All Credit Cards
AL BALOOLY, YOUR HOST

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