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February 04, 1977 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-02-04

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28 Friday, February 4, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ClubBerkley

2729 WOODWARD AT 11 1 /2 MILE

The Best of Everything

542-9797

Welcomes Back Its
Old Friends of Many Years

• Baby Frog Legs•Turtle Soup • Dover Sole

• Fresh Seafoods • Steaks & Chops

Prepared By Club Berkley's Great

EZZIE HOLYK

Chef of Yesteryears

OWNED & OPERATED BY
FRANK & FREDA BEDIENT

Open Mon. Thru Sat.
Entertainment Tues.-Sat.

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Heaping Tray of Luscious Hot Ribs — Chicken —
Shrimp
French Fries or Potato Salad — Cole Slaw — Relishes
— Rolls







Hot Hors d' Oeuvres Also Available

EVERYTHING COMPLETE ... PLATES — FORKS — NAPKINS






CALL 968-1100

26076 GREENFIELD RD. IN LINCOLN CENTER •,


Home, Office & Factories
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PLAN YOUR NEXT
AFFAIR AT

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Specializing In:

• Bar Mitzvas







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Bat Mitzvas
Sweet Sixteens
Banquets
Showers
Parties For All
Occasions

Excellent Facilities Available For
Wedding Ceremony and Reception

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

644-1400

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EGG CASTLE, another
Little Caeser enterprise,
will open around the end
of February on 12 Mile,
ea s t of Northwestern.
THE NEW Little Caeser
that opened- on Lahser
and Nine Mile, in the
same shopping center as
Sutton Deli, is the chain's
number 126.
WHEREVER JIM
TAYLOR of Hot Jazz So-
ciety got his information
about -Pat Flowers, he'd
better give it a good check
up . . . Pat isn't playing
Tuesday and Wednesday
at the Danish Inn . . .
he's Tuesday through
Saturday at the Scotch 'n
Sirloin on Greenfield and
James Couzens.
30 years around town
and Pat is still an excel-
lent pianist.
Mark Meyerson, 26-
year-old son of Arlyn and
Laura Meyerson, is tak-
ing over for dad in a big
way . . . He's doing a fine
job as night manager at
"the Scotch" . . . now on
a full-time basis.
LARGE BLINKING
sign on the counter at Irv-
ing's Deli on Greenfield
and 11 Mile reads, "Take
Tea And See The $(price)
Of Coffee Go Down!"
DINNER AT the home
of Jeanette and Morrie
Epstein was a four-fisted
evening of enjoyment
. . . Jeanette's excellent
standing rib roast and
home-made cheese cake
. . . Morrie the perfect
host . . . wonderful com-
pany with his brother and
sister-in-law, Abe and
Joyce Epstein . . . and
talk of yesteryears . . . iri
beautiful moments of
compatible goodness . . .
Plus Jeanette's yummy
cooking, she also enter-
tained at the piano . . .
This type of togetherness
is what makes for happy
times when it's so nice to
be with nice people.
PAMELA
JOYCE
writes: . . . "Subdued di-
ning in tastefully deco-
rated surroundings was
how I started out my
Thursday evening at the
Wicker Works in the
Northfield Hilton on
Crooks Rd. The salad bar

• LUNCHES
• DINNERS
• COCKTAILS

Dinners 'til Midnight

Entertainment Night & Day

PRIVATE BANQUET ROOMS
UP TO 150

• Weddings
• Anniversarys
• Reunions
• Banquets

• Showers
• Bar Mitzvas
• Bat Mitzvas
•.All Occasion Parties

Open 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.

Monday thru Saturday

585-1915

350 E. 14 MILE RD., just east of 1-75
and Oakland Mall

offered would set the
taste buds of any avid
salad fan into a spin. My
dining choice of prime rib
proved to be a good one,
although I would have
enjoyed it more if service
Were more prompt.
"In this reviewer's
opinion, the Wicker
Works offers an excellent
menu, but their employee
training program needs a
boost.
"Also in the Northfield
Hilton, I found Hurley's,
the hotel's lively cocktail
lounge. I was greeted by
Manager Ed Idris, who
led me up the tiered levels
of tables into a very cozy
enclosed booth, from
where I could look onto
their stainless steel
dance floor.
"Dancing participants
were invited to the floor by
the band, Galaxy, who will
be featured at Hurley's
Mondays through Satur-
days until Feb. 26. Music
sounds from the 50's up
through today's disco
beats are all included in
their musical repertoire.
"Ed has put his best
food forward by offering
the "Two for One Cocktail
Hour" from four to seven
. . . Hors d' oeurves, in-
cluding Quiche Lorraine,
are added for snacking
pleasure.
"I found the crowd to be
of the ages 25 to 40, which,
for the most part, con-
sisted of business men." -
KOSHER RESTAU -
RANT in Ann Arbor at
the Chabad House on Hill
St. gives you a combined
menu and order form
from which to check items
an _ d give to the cashier
. . It's run by Rabbi
Hershel Cukier, director
of kitchen operations . . .
The prices are very rea-
sonable for kosher food
. . . hamburger, 70 cents,
corned beef sandwich,
$1.70 . . . Sunday and
Wednesday evenings, full
dinner service includes
soup, entree, dessert and
beverage for $3.50 (stu-
dents $3).
JIMMY DURANTE and
Eddie Cantor are said to
be responsible for the fa-
mous Nathan's nickle hot
dogs . . . They were sing-
ing waiters at Coney Is-
land, where Nathan and
Ida Handwerker worked
as roll slicers at
Feltman's German Gar-
dens . . ,. Nathan and Ida
became known to some of
Feltman's show biz cus-
tomers who went there
for that eatery's famed
10-cent frankfurters . . .
Durante and Cantor per-
suaded them to open their
own stand and sell dogs
for five cents.
In 1916, the Handwer-
kers took their savings of
$300 and opened a small
stand at Surf and
Stillwell Avenues in
Coney 'Island . . . Their
five-cent franks spiced
with Ida's, secret recipe
soon caught on and the
business expanded . . .
The chain now comprises
more than 50 fast-food
restaurants.
In 1936, when Presi-
dent Franklin D.
Roosevelt entertained
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Entertainment Thurs., Fri. & Sat.

BANQUET FACILITIES FOR UP TO 250

WEDDINGS

• SHOWERS • BAR MITZVAS • PARTIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
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SUNDAY BUFFET
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Adults ... .34.75

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

17630 WOODWARD

Attend ant Parking

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