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March 17, 1978 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-03-17

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30 Friday, March 17, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

(The Best of Everything

Specializing in Authentic
Italian-American Dining
Lunches and Dinners

Open Sondes% 2 to 530 —Closed Mon.

EXCELLENT BANQUET
FACILITIES

a rco's

7225 W. Ikekeels (1 elks. W. el Ursine)) UN 2-6468

STEPHENSON

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24931 N. CHRYSLER 11. ( 1-75 at 10 MIN)

Hazel Pat*

PRIVATE BANOUET FACILITIES

FOR

542-9195

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, lover 20 items. incl. creamed her-
ring. deviled eggs. etc.) House Specialties: Chateaubnand, 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.

01131 SUNDAYS FOR PRIVATE PARTIES ONLY

LUNCH & DINNER
SPECIALS

MON. THRU FRI.

DAILY HOURS:
NON. THRU THURS.,

11 due. to 11 pits.
FRI., 1 tan. to 2 am-
SAT., 4 P.m. te 2 GAIL
SUN., 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.

ITALIAN -RESTAURANT

Pizza rated No. 1 by
Channel 7 News
BEER & WINE

CARRY-OUTS AVAILABLE

NORTHWESTERN HGWY. Al 12 PARE & FRANKUN
IN FRANKUN SHOPPING PLAZA

357-3280

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GOVERNOR'S
HUNGARIAN VILLAGE

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TURN LEFT (EAST) TO
TELEGVPH...EASY!

GREAT HUNGARIAN FOOD.

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All Meat Is Prime

Served Doily Except Sun. & - Mon.
Tues. thru Fri., 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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(Continued from Page 29)
a. challenge if we could see
menus first and also discuss
the wine list with Tutu No.
1." Menus are quickly pre-
sented with a flourish and a
real good peek at Grand Ca-
nyon No. 2.
Tutu No. 1 is back,
takes an order for two
more martinis (forget the
garnish) and wriggles
gently as we ask her to
tell us about the Chateau
Choux '74 that's listed as
a red Burgundy at $20 a
bottle.
We're told that it is a red
imported wine and very
popular . . . We ask for
double martinis. We're now
up to 45 minutes of fine ser-
vice in relaxing surround-
ings.
Need we go on? Just for
fun, let's mention that a
question to Tutu No. 2 about
the lemon content of the
Hollandaise Sauce got the
following response: "It's just
super!"
• OK — here we go on a
lovely fall day out to the
Boondocks to visit the new,
highly reviewed the raved-
about "Farm Structure."
Briefly, the barroom tap
labeled Bass Ale is a phony
(no such brew available).
Ear-splitting rock and roll
is turned on by the help for
the benefit of the predomin-
antly gray-haired patrons
. . . and the "Special of the
Day" whitefish is spoiled.
That's right, spoiled,
tainted, rotten! And
acknowledged as plain bad
by the chef.
• How about the little
place that's been touted
for years, "by you know
who" as having the best
continental cuisine in
town. Moreover, "you
know who" really gets off
when thinking of the
wine-only policy, the so-
chic understated decor
(oilcloth is next to Godli-
ness) and the oh, so-cute
owner/chef
Blondie
Beanbag. (Bago to his
closest friends).
Well, Bago sure is a dear!
He loves to wander among
the patrons in his under- '
wear, is inclined to tell sub-
urban patrons, "We don't
need your kind here!" and
orders out the poor tourist
who wanders in,wearing a
leisure suit, asks for a stiff
drink (but accepts wine in-
stead) and just wants a nice
rare steak.
Nuts to Bago's.
• And last (until the next
one pops up) the new find.
The kind you look for in the
side streets of Paris. The au-
thentic, unspoiled, out-of-
the-way true French family
restaurant: "Gidget's".
The only problem is that

Gidget has recently re-
ceived two zillions of free
publicity and has reverted
to her favorite game of in-
timidating and embarras-
sing her awed patrons.
She has cleverly hidden
her bake ovens and stove in
an urban renewal cul de sac,
has seen to it that there is no
parking within three unlit
blocks and makes sure that
her famous carry-outs are
unavailable at peak hours.
Gidget's special rules are
smiled at by those who ad-
mire the eccentric artiste in
all great chefs. Rule 1—say
please and thank you when
calling for a reservation.
Rule 2 — reservations will
be held for exactly 61/2 mi-
nutes, no longer regardless
of the number of empty ta-
bles. Rule 3 — no talking
above a whisper . . and no
laughing. Rule 4 — clean
plates or no dessert, and you
must enjoy everything . .
even bringing your own
booze and trying to find
Gidget's.
Recognize these places?
Well, if you have our book
and think about the "big-
gies" that are left out you'll
spot them fast.
So, what is a good re-
staurant?
A restaurant that serves
good food and provides what
it promises; one that treats
you like a guest; one that
provides enjoyment! Period!
Fortunately, Detroit is
the friendliest and most
honest restaurant town in
America. We think visits by
you to the places listed in
"Meet, Eat & Enjoy Greater
Detroit" will prove it. Be
friendly when you go out to
eat, you'll get back more
than you give,. And avoid
the phonies — no one needs
them.

COUNTRY
INN
• B - 11 RIBS • B - 8 CHICKEN

DONT COME TO

OLD TIME DELI

—BEER & WINE-

45109 CASS • UTICA
731-4440
"In The Sie Red Hoes."

27701 Orchard Lake Road

Near 12 Mile

OPEN 24 HOURS

553- 2191

VEAL OSCAR

With crabmeat,
asparagus and
bearnaise sauce

10 Mile at Southfield Rd.

559-4230

BROWNIE'S

ON THE LAKE

FINE
DINING


CHOICE COCKTAILS

LUNCH FROM 11:30 a:m.


DANCE TO LIVE MUSIC

(The Outdoor Polio sal reopen
as soon as weather permits)

24420 E. JEFFERSON

of fho Jeff *non Beach Morino
between 9 & 10 Mile Roads

THE ROMAN TERRACE
IS COOKING UP
SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR
YOU THE ENTIRE -
MONTH OF MARCH!

To celebrate our 5th
Anniversary we are
offering special 7-course
dinners for two.
Celebrate with us by
making your
reservation at...

Vite

Artist to Exhibit

Artist Donald Mendelson
will present an exhibition of
watercolors and drawings
Sunday through April 8 at
the Oak Park Library. The
exhibition will open with a
reception 7 p.m. Sunday.
The public is invited. The
exhibition is sponsored by
the Oak Park Arts and Cul-
tural Commission.

WANT A SKIMPY SANDWICH?

• ITALIAN DISHES

C R8111 a 11

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851-4094

27822 Orchard Lake Road

HEM .2 MILE AT 696 AND ORCHARD LC. EXIT

Ask about our special luncheon menu and "two for one"cocktail hour.

It's something to celebrate!

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