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April 01, 1977 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-01

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TICIDRIWITLJEWISIt NEWS



The Best of Everything

THE SUSSEX 1101 SE

19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen)

By DANNY RASKIN

559 3377
THURS., FRI. & SAT.

Open Mon.-Sat. from 1:30 a.m.

TUES,, & WED.

PRIME RIB
• $675
DINNER
WHITE FISH $595
DINNER

THE NEW SUNDOWN

• N.Y. STEAK $ c5
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• SCROD
• SHISH KABOB 401

Sinq-A-Long Thurs., Fri. & Sat.

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BANQUET FACILITIES FOR UP TO 225

WEDDINGS • SHOWERS • BAR MITZVAS • PARTIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS



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Club Berklei`

2729 WOODWARD AT 11% MILE

542 - 9797

AND IT'S ENTIRE STAFF
WISH TO THANK EVERYONE FOR
WELCOMING US BACK

BEST WISHES FOR A
VERY HAPPY PASSOVER

Open Mon. Thru Sat.

1 Entertainment Tues.-Sat.

OWNED & OPERATED BY
FRANK & FREDA BEDIENT

RIALTO D.



22740 WOODWARD

at 9 Mile
Ferndale • PARKING IN REAR • 544-7933
ONE OF MICHIGAN'S OLDEST RESTAURANTS
"We Say. Good Food And We Mean It!"

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OFFERS
MOST SINCERE
WISHES FORA VERY
HAPPY & HEALTHY
;
PASSOVER
TO EVERYONE

HOME COOKING • BANQUET FACILITIES

COCKTAILS — BEER — WINE

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Now Open Saturdays

DIMS GARAGE

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300 W. LARNED

LUNCH 8. DINNER

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BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER



Frillay,:, 4014 NW 01

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961 -5175

Steak House is a place you
won't want to miss...it's the
former Banyan Tree Restau-
rant on Long Lake Rd. and
Livernois in Troy...Same
elegant atmosphere with a
few changes...Different
menu, of course...nine
items, with six being vari-
ous types of steak and the
other three, bar-b-q ribs,
Alaskan King Crab legs and
fresh white fish.
Also entertainment at its
best...with Bob Posch on
the new stage, Wednesday
through Saturday.
Ownership at Sundown is
the same as it was with Ba-
nyan Tree...Bill Coombe,
Bob, Norm LePage and
Jerry Kottlier...Decor is al-
most as before...except for
no salad bar in the center
and no tree in the middle of
the dining room...The salad
bar at Linner is now
brought to your table (it's
there during lunch only
now )...and the tree has
been split up into various
sections for decoration
around the 260-seater
room...Wicker baskets of
all shapes and sizes are
still on the walls.
When you get to Sun-
down, *a good-sized sign
against the building outside
greets you...Inside, before
going into the room, a post-
er reads, "25 cent cover
charge per person. Not an
entertainment charge but a
fund that will be turned
over to a charitable cause
each month."...It's a volun-
tary bit with Bob giving it
all to - various chari-
ties...Last month it was for
muscular dystrophy in Wall-
ed Lake.
Concentration at the Sun-
down Steak House is on
three things... Very good
food, very good service and
very good entertain-
ment...On all three, the
owners have approached a,
mark of excellence.
Our waitress, Maxine
Rogers, ranks among. the
finest in our trav-
els...Always smiling, ever
pleasant and most con-
scientious, she was a fine
added attraction to a per-
fect evening.
We're not a pig steak
eater, because to us, a
steak has always been a
steak (unless it's a big
juicy chopped sir-
loin)...However, the one
Maxine brought us was
much more than just a
steak...it was a succulent,
tender piece of one of the
finest sirloin steaks we
have ever had...truly an ex-
cellent piece of meat, ex-
pertly cooked to a joyful
deliciousness.
You won't find cottage
fried potatoes on the dinner
menu, yet...However, the
super chef in the kitchen is
Dick Sharp...so you know
Sundown has to have
them...and are they
good...They should
be... Dick made them about
21 years at a doWntown De-
troit steak house famous
for cottage fried po-
tatoes...Not greasy...crisp
outside and soft inside.
Maxine brought us a cup
of clam chowder soup...our
own salad bar to mix on the
table.`..then• a bottle of Ma- •

donna Liebfraumilch white
wine...those terrific cottage
fries...and an unbelievably
good steak...all the time re-
taining her poise and com-
posure in a manner of ef-
ficient quickness.
Then came Bob Posch,
probably one of the very fin-
est entertainers in the
„area...who does it
all ...guitarist, jokester, song-
ster, impressions, audience
jibber jabbing, etc...He's ,
even entertaining when re-
placing a broken string on
his guitar!...Bob's jokes are
a riot...Risque and ethnic
are done in good taste and
everybody loves everybody
when Bob is on stage.
Reservations on . Saturday
are at a well-deserved pre-
mium...Bob , puts on three
shows and the place was
still crowded at 2
a.m....Between his second
and third show, .the doors
open to unfold the ultra
glamorous Elephant Disco
that holds over 400 people
in an elegant bevy of Latin-
American and standard
rhythms set to a disco beat
amidst masterful flickering
lights and so many people
having such a good time. .
Everything - the Sundown
Steak House has strived to
attain...including a reason-
able price range...is embo-
died within an elegant, com-
fortable atmosphere of res-
taurant-nitery finery.
(Continued on Page 32)

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SPECIALS

MON.. THRU FRI.

DAILY HOURS:

NON. THRU THURS.,

11 O.M. to n p.m.

FRI., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
SAT., 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.
SUN., 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.

ITALIAN RESTAURANT

CARRY-OUTS AVAILABLE

BEST WISHES FOR A
JOYOUS AND HEALTHY
PASSOVER

NORTHWESTERN HGWY. AT 12 MILE & FRANKLIN
IN FRANKLIN SHOPPING PLAZA__

357-3280
do'

Jack Freed & Ray Bresler

Your Hosts At the

RED CEDARS

- WISH EVERYONE
A HAPPY PASSOVER

12 Oz. BROILED

N.Y. STEAK

,Dining, Cocktails & Dancing

Or

BROILED FLORIDA

Song Stylings By

JOSE ROIJAS

RED SNAPPER

MON. THRU SAT.

MON. THRU SAT.

$595

PRIVATE BANQUET
ROOMS

Complete Dinner

From 15 to 125

23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.

LATE EVENINGS
MENU

353-5170

ROSE and IRVING GUTTMAN

AND THE STAFF OF

!R U ING ' S

Complete
Delicatessen-Restaurant

, Wish Their Friends and Customers

A lierg liappg
litaltim tiassoutr

We all thank ybu for
the wonderful
success at our
northwest location

OUR
HOLIDAY .
HOURS

OPEN
SAT., APRIL 2
UNTIL 3 p.m.

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CLOSED
DURING THE
PASSOVER
HOLIDAY

WE WILL REOPEN
AS USUAL AT
7 a.m.

TU ESDAY,
APRIL 12

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