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March 10, 1978 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-03-10

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28 Friday, March 10, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NJ Y THE NEW

Danny Raskin's

GOVERNOR'S
HUNGARIAN VILLAGE

a

ACCORDING TO
" SOME who have been

TAKE 1.275 SOUTH TO EXIT 5— /
TURN LEFT (EAST) TO
T L —

there, we went to the Push
Cart Cafe, Riopelle and
Winder, on the wrong night.
The place is so cute and
clean . . . and could proba-
bly get much more business
if the dinners were served
complete instead of a la
carte . . . (menu says salad
and rolls, but we received
lettuce and bread.)
One of the walls at Push
Cart Cafe is filled with
labels off vegetable crates
. and lacquered . . The
salad bar, which does not
come with the meal, is $3.75
. . . and cleverly arranged
on a couple of push carts.
Our waitress, Vicki
Fichera, had a cute smile,
which she wore even
while telling us the coffee
machine was broke.
We had a fine dish called
The Wire Bound Crate .
thin slices of veal topped
with homemade cheese
sauces.
The men's room is very
clean.
IF YOU DON'T recog-
nize that fellow behind the
full beard at Pickle Barrel
Deli in Evergreen Plaza, it's
Al Winkler, one of the own-
ers . . He's had it about a
month . . and the growing
out itching is gone.
There's no truth what-
soever that Al and Sy
Ginsberg have sold out . .
or even contemplate such a
move.
THE END OF AN era
comes to pass with the name
Darbys changing hands
from Sam Boesky and Ber-
nie Kerner . . to Mike
Thomas, new owner of Dar-
bys Stanley Steamer in Oak
Park.
LEFKOFSKY'S carry-

GREAT HUNGARIAN FOOD,

WINES—LIOUORS-
CHOICE STEAKS—
FRESH SEAFOOD—
JAY KALLAO

and his famous GYPSY ORCHESTRA
WED.—FRI.—SAT.

LUNCH, MON.-SAT.
DINNER, TUES.-SAT.
For Reservations, Phone

782-356

t 1.Lt5

940d4
Vegia9

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?'
OPEN 7 DAYS--BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

OUR FAMOUS SPECIAL DINNERS

$2.95

BROILED FRESH WHITE FISH
BROILED FRESH LAKE TROUT

$2.95

$3.25
S3.25
$3.25
S4.25
S2.95
$4.25
S2.25

STUFFED FLOUNDER

BROILED HALIBUT
MOILED PICKEREL
SEAFOOD PLATTER
MISS SCALLOPS
SWIIMPS
MI FISH & CHIPS
ROAST PRIME RIB
OF BEEF
$4.25
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF

M$ 4.50

BAR - B - 0 CMCKEN

32.75

$3.10
$2.95

BRAISED SHORT RIBS

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

arn io lgp tSAT 10 30a mtoll
MCP11 T ICU 711111S IS 30 atto i; Oprn

SINN

I • COCKTAILS BEER

[ EARLY BIRD SPECIAL

1 5 Y 0 OFF

The Best of Everything

3o pm

WINE

BIRTHDAYS...
ITALIAN FOOD...
ROMAN TERRACE...

INCLUDING GOURMET SELECTIONS,

APPETIZERS. DINNERS. ALA CARTE. ETC
out deli on Southfield is
Otter Epees
So, No Er....nr.rnt 78
closed.
March 18, 1978
Coaeona or Goat Csadt Fe. 764 Spac.1
TYPO ERRATA .
The name is Clive Cantor,
not Olive Cantor, who en-
joyed his steak at Excalibur.
IN THE ORCHARD MALL
851-6400
NEW DELICATES-
6407 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT MAPLE
Carry Outs
SEN, The Schnell i Deli,
Available
will be opened soon by
former lumber man Leo
Kaplan and bagel gent Sam
Specializing in Authentic
Anbender . . . a fast food
Italian-American Dining
type operation on Warren,
Lunches and Dinners
just off Woodward on the
Opsn Strodays, 2 to R:30 —Closed Mon.
Wayne State U. campus.
Counter head will he well
EXCELLENT BANQUET
experienced Arnold Hirsch
FACILITIES
. . . with stand up dining
for about 20 and seating for
about 50.
No waitresses, and it will
be open only for breakfast
.and lunch . . with plans
7225 W. Mdlidels (II blks. W. al Uvermis) UN 2-6455
for a mini van to deliver
r**************************
corned beef sandwiches
among others.
ROSE and IRVING GUTTMAN
ALMOST EVERY-
Invite You To See Why
THING at Piper's Alley of
Troy is homemade . . . The
We
Are #1
,
soups are among the best )1'
in The metropoliton
anywhere . . . chili and
Detroit Areo
clam chowder everyday . . .
and special excellents like
:1 C-C-%'
27167
GREENFIELD
cream of celery and cream of
1 Bac No. of 11 Me
broccoli.
Next
to
Greet
Scott Mkt*
Even owner Mike Kuc-
559-1380
.*
kelman takes a hand in the *
CI 0
SO *;SIC
home cooking with his rum
OUR FAMOUS BREAKFAST
m 10 a.m.
Toss-Sat.75..11 a.* Sas. 7 a..-
raisin pudding among other
goodies.
5
71761
1 1141GE
1
jUICE $1
Vegetarian open face
WE WILL BE OPER
• MU. 011221.1
zF
• COFFEE OR TEA
sandwich goes over big . .
EASIER SUNDAY
bean sprouts and avocado
on black bread, topped with
melted Swiss cheese.
Chef Rudy's New
Important factor for thea-
ter goers and late niters is
that Piper's Alley serves
food seven days until 1 a.m.
FAMILY BUFFET
ARBY'S IS NOW open
27411 SOUTHFIELD (3 ems. N. OF II NILE] 55 1-1091
on Southfield . . at former
site of Italian Olde Attic
. . . Downstairs kitchen
has been removed and
ALL DAY-LUNCH OR DINNER
$ 1.99
former banquet area will
RELISH SAW FREE
contain the Arby's general
offices . . The new spot is
ROAST
ROAST BEEF
BROILED
Arby's largest store.

RIIISHAILI) INN

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BEEF

.

Help celebrate our 5th
Birthday with us this
March with selected
7-course dinner menus
for two.
Join us in the party
celebration by making
reservations at...

safge

Roman

t errace

851-4094

27822 Orchard Lake Road

HEAP I2 NILE AT 696 AITO 09CHA8O LX. E XIT

A* about our special luncheon menu and "two for one"cocktall hour.
Ws something to celebrate!

BIRD

'n

COMPLETE DAILY SPECIM.S

ALL SORTS OF
COOKING, a collection of

THEY GO TOGETHER
FOR GOOD TIMES!

A LL DISHES
MON. THOU SA D atiSto HES
6 p .m.

499 strictly kosher recipes,
each home-tested, is a
newly revised cook book for
Jewish holidays ... The re
cipes were contributed by
members of friends of Grea-
ter Detroit Business and
Professional Chapter, Wo-
men's American ORT.
The book is $5.20 if gotten
at the ORT offices, 21540 W.
Eleven Mile Rd., Southfield
... and $5.70 by calling the
cook book chairman,
Dorothy Greenbaum
(Leonard), 548-6284.
PIANIST JEANI
ALLEN is now appearing
Mondays through Thurs-
days at the Rip's piano on
Huron in Pontiac . . . The
Wallace Bros. and Sanches
are Friday and Saturday
holdovers until April' 1.
THIS SUNDAY IS Chet
Bogan and his Wolverine
Jazz Band at Detroit Yacht
Club on Belle Isle.
WE'RE IN THE AIR en
route to attend the Sid Hud-
son Testimonial dinner by
City of Hope this Sunday at
the Las Vegas Hilton.

TURKEY

HADDOCK

$2 10

$11"

PLATE

$185

GREEK SALAD AND SPINACH PIE DAILY

OPEN 7 DAYS, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

° WAN YOUR

antri

AFFAIR AT

Winoteu :Jinn

Specializing In:






Bar Mitzvas
Bat Mitzvas
Sweet Sixteens
Banquets

• Showers
• Parties For All
Occasions

Excellent Facilities Available For—
Wedding Ceremony and Reception

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

MARV ZAWIDEH, boss

at Cordoba on Seven Mile
(Continued on Page 29)

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