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January 20, 1978 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-01-20

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28 Friday, January 20, 1978

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The true convert is dearer might not haVe accepted
to God than the Israelites, holy Torah. But the prose-
for had not the Israelites lyte who saw none of these
seen the thunder and the has opened his heart to the
lightning on Mount Sinai. Holy One. Who can be dea-
the shaking mountain and rer to God?
blaring trumpets, they
—Midrash

Club Berkley

2729 WOODWARD AT

MILE

S42-9797

Welcomes Back Its •
Old Friends of Many Years
•Tiny Lake Perch • Turtle Soup • Dover Sole
• Fresh Seafoods • Steaks & Chops

Prepared By Club Berkley's Great

_Chet of Yesteryears

Open Mon. Thru Sat.
Entertainment Tues.-Sc

EZZIE HOLYK

I OWNED & OPERATED BY
'FRANK & F'EDA BEDIENT

MALT P.1.9eg

22740 WOODWARD

at 9 Mile

544-7933
ONE OF MICHIGAN'S OLDEST RESTAURANTS
We Say Good Food And We Mean It!"

Ferndale •

PARKING IN REAR •

OPEN 7 DAYS--BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER
OUR FAMOUS SPEC/AL DINNERS
$2.95
BROILED FRESH WHITE FISH
$2.95
BROILED FRESH LAKE TROUT -
$3.25
STUFFED FLOUNDER
$3.25
BROILED HALIBUT
$3.25
BROILED PICKEREL
$4.25
SEAFOOD PUTTER
$2.95
FRIED SCALLOPS
$4.25
JUMBO SHRIMPS
$2.25
FRESH FISH & CHIPS
BAR-B-0 RIBS
ROAST PRIME RIB
$4.50
OF BEEF
BAR-B-0 CHICKEN
$4.25
$2.75 -
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF
$3.10
BRAISED SHORT RIBS
$2.95

• STEAKS • CHOPS • GREEK DISHES • ITALIAN DISHES
• CHILDREN'S MENU • HOME COOKING

MON THRU THURS .10 30 a.m to 10 p m f:RI & SAT 10 30a m to 1130 p m

SUN..8a m to 10 p m

•COCKTAILS BEER - WINE. I

Danny Raskin 's

Specializing in Authentic
Italian-American Dining
Lunches and Dinners

The Best of Everything

Bobbies at 30100 Telegraph
in Birmingham, just north
of the Tel-12 Mall. The place
The restaurant scene in
has been completely (and
Southeastern Michigan
we mean completely) re-
changes rapidly and contin-
decorated. The result is nos-
uously. Old places change
talgia (1930's-40's and 50's
their menus, their decor,
variety) that can best be
entertainment, credit poli-
described as 'crazy.'
cies; and on and on it goes -
Their motto is "Food and
constantly changing. We
Games for Fun and Profit."
visit the area's restaurants
Games (as decorations only
every week; for some peri-
— playing them is a no-no)
ods of time, particularly in
are the theme, food-drink
spring and summer, we
and entertainment are the
visit a number each day —
fun, enjoyment is the profit
in all several hundred each
for the public.
year.
There are mirrors every-
Our purpose is to keep
where, one over the bar
current 311 year long and
consists of more than 3,000
also to concentrate our
pieces set in wild patterns.
documentation to the res-
The overall atmosphere is
taurant scene into the few
that of a carnival; there's
months preceding the pub-
color everywhere, lights ga-
lication of each year's
lore, a mannequin that tells
"Meet, Eat & Enjoy
fortunes, shooting gallery
Greater Detroit". The end
artifacts, antique toys and
result is that each year we
reproductions of games.
present a picture of where
The mood is jumping, the
and what to eat when you go
waitresses are dressed in
out, as it exists-at the begin-
flared skirts, saddle shoes
ning of autumn.
and bobby socks. The music
That picture is frozen in
is from the 1930's through
print for the next year; we
the 50's, both from a juke
can't change it until then.
with the original bands and
Yet the restaurant scene
live for dancing, WednesdaY
continues to change — (pro- . through Saturday from 9
ducing no little frustration
P.M. on).
for us, since we want to tell
All the place' needs is
you as quickly as possible
Louis Prima, Dagmar and
about what's new — espe-
Jerry Lester yelling, yell-
cially about the newest
ing, "Crazy, man, crazy!",
places in town).
to complete the picture.
Danny Raskin, has let us
The menu, which remains
use his column this week
the same all day and is
(so we can get un-frustra-
presented on a playing card,
ted) to tell you about a few
is strictly melting-pot
of the newest entries and
American; steaks, 12 oz.
some that are about to enter
hamburgers, quiche, a pas-
into our local eatery sweep-
ta of the day, "excellent"
stakes. We've picked a wide
pizza, shish kebob, good
range of places to tell you
"sides." Prices are moder-
about — so here we go —
ate. (Free hors d'oeuvres,
frustration be gone.
4:30-7 p.m.)
MARVIN GARDENS
Marvin Gardens is open
opened just recently in the
Monday-Thursday 11:30
location that was formerly
a.m.-midnight, . Friday and
Saturday 6 p.m.-2 a.m. It's
closed Sundays and major
holidays; reservations are
suggested.

By MARY CONWAY
and HARRY SAT CHWELL
Guest Columnists

Open Sundays, 2 to 9:30 —Closed Mon.

EXCELLENT BANQUET
FACILITIES

rcos

7225 W. McNichols (6 blks. W. of LivLrnois) UN 2-6455

STEPHENSON
CLUB
24931N. CHRYSLER DR. (1-75 at 10 Mile)

Hazel Park

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

542-9196

FOR 25 TO 300

• Bar Mitzvas
• Weddings
• Anniversaries
• Bat Mitzvas.
• Showers
• Parties For All
• Banquets
• Reunions
Occasions
Open Mon. Thru Sat.. featuring Fine Steaks. Noble Wines. Casual
Elegance. Gourmet Salad Bar. (over 20 items. incl. creamed her-
ring, deviled eggs. etc.) House Specialties: Chateaubriand, Fresh
Seafood Daily. Roast Long Island Duck-
ling...Prepared By Chef Richard Lavoie,
•Formerly of the London Chop House and
Jim's Garage


Entertainment

Hours: Mon.-Fri.. 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Sat.. 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.

OPEN SUNDAYS FOR PRIVATE PARTIES ONLY

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LELLI'S INN I

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7618 WOODWARD, 3 Blks. N. of pd. Blvd. 871 - 1590

NOW HAS INDOOR 4:
IPARKING . • • AND FREES
4 '
VALET SERVICE
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9inE g tafian (_.aLinE

and

Choice Cocktails

3 **

Served Daily Except Sun. & Mon.
Open Tues. thru Fri., 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sat., 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

"SUNDAY" IS

SPAGHETTI DAY

THE

AT

FOOD & BEVERAGE°

BEER WINE COCKTAILS

OUR DELICIOUS LARGE

SPAGHETTI DINNER

YOUR CHOICE OF SAUCES

MEAT, MUSHROOM, GREEN PEPPER, RED CLAM or PLAIN

• CRISP COLD SALAD
• NEW HOME MADE GARLIC LOAF

ALL FOR... $1 79

PER PERSON

SERVED FROM 1 P.M. TO 10 P.M.

29269 Southfield Rd.

SOUTHFIELD
IN THE FARRELL PLAZA NORTH OF 12 MILE
559-8717

JACQUES CUISINE CON-
TINENTAL is right next

door to Marvin Gardens
(also 30100 Telegraph) in
the space that was formerly
the Atrium. Both new
places are under the same
ownership as the Bijou.
Jacques, aiming to repro-
duce a fine Parisian restau-
rant, is as mellow and ele-
gant as Marvin Gardens is
jiving and carousing. Jo-
seph, the maitre d', pre-
viously had his own restau-
rant on the French_ Riviera
and came to Jacques via the
Benchmark. He knows good
food and service and is
quickly getting the unavoid-
able opening kinks smooth-
ed out.
The atmosphere is conti-
nental, with mirrored walls,
very subdued lighting, can-
dlelit tables and soft music.
The adjoining, landscaped
atrium sparkles with tiny
white lights. The china is
white with black rims, the
menu black with white let- -
(Continued on Page 29 . )

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19460 W. 10 MILE RD.() BIk. E. of Evergreen)

352-7466



has what you want

for

Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner

Enjoy Our Fine Dinner Specials .. .
Different Each Day
In The Casual Elegant Atmosphere
You Want For Enjoyable Dining

—Hours-

MON.-THURS., 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
FRI. & SAT., 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
SUNDAY, 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Join Us For A Pleasant

Surprise and

Discover That

There Is A

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