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February 18, 1977 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-02-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28 Friday, February 18, 1977

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THE JEWISH NEWS, 17515 W. 9 MILE, Suite 865

1976 Sports lini,"”tect. Inc.

BY HEIDI PRESS
Guest Columnist

Jewish singles are al-
ways on the lookout for a

The Best of Everything

good restaurant — espe-
cially while on vacation —

TALIAN-AMERICAN CAFE

MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.,
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MENU

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SUNDAYS FROM 2 p.m.

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ONE MILE WEST OF TELEGRAPH, SYLVAN LAKE

682-3500

Concert Slated

where service, food and
atmosphere rate five
stars.
On a recent trip to To-
ronto, several Detroit
area singles enjoyed din-
ner at Hy's on Richmond
St. in the downtown area.
Entrees ordered by the
group included
Chateaubriand, "surf and
turf" and salmon steak.
The dimly-lit, oak-
paneled dining room pro-
vided an elegant atmos-
phere for an evening of
relaxed dining. Swift ser-
vice by a smiling, - pleas-
ant French waiter and
succulent meats, fishes
and seafood entrees com-
plemented by fresh veg-
etables and .salads made
for a meal which. many
will seek out again on fu-
ture trips to Toronto.
With the freedom from
spouses and children,
owing to their unmarried
situations, singles have
the liberty to take ex-
tended trips to anywhere
they please. Several area
singles recommended the
following when asked
about their -favorite out-
of-town restaurants:
BOB TOBIAS, a sys-
tems engineer, said he en-
joyed Beefsteak Char-
le'y's in Framingham,
Mass. "The restaurant
had an excellent salad,
bar. Its service was good
and both house wines
were excellent." He said
the dark, rustic New Eng-
land decor made for com-
fortable dining.
In Chicago, Tobias re-
commends Pisisterra for
its "excellent Greek
food." Located on Lawr-
ence Ave., north of Lin-
coln, the restaurant
makes a special salad.
which, Tobias said, he is
unable to find anywhere
else. For pizza, Tobias re-
commends Gino's West on
Rush St. where one is of-
fered "superior pasta and
fine pizza." Prices are
reasonable. Delicatessen
aficionados will enjoy
Bubbie and Zadie's
where one can find a good .
corned beef sandwich and
good cheesecake. What is
unusual about this re-
staurant, according to
Tobias, is that its patrons
are invited to read the
comic books placed on the
tables.
MARV WAGNER, trea-
surer -and social commit-
tee chairman of the
Michigan Jewish Singles
Council, said the Casa
Crute on Bloor Ave. in
Toronto had "the best
French onion soup" he
had ever tasted. He said
the restaurant offers
good-sized portions. Cre-
pes are a specialty in the

cafe-like French restaur-
ant.
TED COHEN, a cer-
tified public accountant
with a Southfield firm
and a popular figure on
the local Jewish singles
scene, recommends Pum-
pernick's in Miami Beach,
Fla., for brunch. Cohen
said the deli offers good
portions and has "excel-
lent pastries and de-
sserts." The food is good
and prices are "very
reasonable."
Cohen suggests that
visitors to Chicago- try the
Chicago Claim Co., a re-
staurant that specializes
in custom-made hambur-
gers. The menu is in the
shape of a goldminers
washing pan. The main
attraction is the "Mother-
lode" hamburger, an
oversized hamburger to
which can be added any of
nine goodies of the cus-
tomer's choice, such as
mushrooms, sauces, let-
tuce, onion and cheese.
The restaurant has an
"excellent salad bar" ac-
cording to Cohen, and
prices are reasonable.
The Brewery with its
futuristic interior had a
giant salad bar, Cohen re-
called. He said the re-
staurant had a limited
menu and the food was
good. What was unusual
about the restaurant was
that it had a fruit bar,
where fresh fruit was of-
fered in the style of a
salad bar. Prices are
moderate. •

Pro Musica Society has
rescheduled its Jan. 28
concert featuring
baritone Leslie Guinn for
8:30 p.m. today in the De-
troit Institute of Arts.
Refreshments will fol-
low. For information, call
Franziska Greiling, 822-
0250.

DR. RICK REINHERZ,

a podiatrist who is ne - v to
the Detroit area singles
scene, enjoyed eating at
the Call Board in San
Francisco. Each day two

(Continued on Page 29)

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