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April 14, 1978 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-14

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Friday, April 14, 1978 33

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

RIKSHAW INN

IN THE ORCHARD MALL
6407 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT MAPLE

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WED., APRIL 19, 1 p.m.

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RESTAU RANT-LOU N G E

29505 W. 9 MILE RD., SW Corner Middlebelt

474-4650

SQUARE PIZZA
BAR-B-RIBS
GREEK & ANTI PASTO SALADS

NOW SERVING
COCKTAILS
ON SUNDAY

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
11 am. to 2 a.m.

YOU R
FAVORITE
DRIES
AT
REDUCED
PRICES

BROWNIE'S

ON THE LAKE

FINE
DINING


CHOICE COCKTAILS

LUNCH FROM 11:30 a.m.

DANCE TO LIVE MUSIC

24420 E. JEFFERSON

at the Jefferson Beach Marina
between 9 & 10 Mile Roods

Phone 771-4455

Reservations Taken

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FEATURING

ENTERTAINMENT

NIGHTLY
TUES. THRU SAT.

8 p.m. to 1 a.m.
OPEN 7 DAYS

A WEEK






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PLAN YOUR ALL-OCCASION
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• BASEBALL PARTIES

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20480 JAMES COUZENS AT GREENFIELD 342-5660

(Continued from Page 32)
Rikshaw Inn nationally-
known. -
The five chefs who work
at Rikshaw Inn make up
their own dishes — super
stuff . . . but all can be or-
dered even if not on the
menu.
In fact, if there is any-
thing a person wants, and
David Lum knows or can
find out how it is prepared,
the dish or dishes can be
had.
The Rikshaw Inn is a
combination of every-
thing good . . . touted by
many local restaurateurs
who know that the sign of
a good restaurant is its
consistency.
Rikshaw Inn has it for
sure . . plus a growing
reputation as one of the
finest Oriental gourmet
continental restaurants in
America.
MENU AT Tin Lizzie re-
staurant on Biscayne Blvd.
in North Miami reads . .
"Not responsible for meat
ordered well done."
DUBBS on Greenfield-
and 10 Mile is now a sole-
owned operation . . . no
more partners . . . Only
owner is Steve Garontakos.
KINGSLEY INN on
Woodward and Long Lake
Rd., still retains its prestige
as one of the area's top din-
ing spots.
Don Preston continues at
the piano bar . . . and
Charlie Dubin will soon
celebrate his 10th year at
the piano in one of the din-
ing rooms . . . coming to
Kingsley directly after
Darbys burned down.
In another dining room is
old friend Edmund
Gniatczyk, who used to wait
on us so expertly at North-
wood Inn.
Peter Hoffman has most
capably been restaurant
manager for three owners
through 10 years.
Harry Weinsaft, hero of
the 1948 Israeli war for
freedom, still runs the art
gallery . . . and even sells
things by Alexander Cal-
der for $6,500 that some
six-year-old kid could
probably do for a quar-
ter.
Twenty years ago, Kings-
ley was the first place to
have a Sunday Brunch . . .
When people learned about
it, their reaction was some-
thing like, "Are they
crazy?" Whoever heard of
breakfast and lunch to-
gether on Sunday?"
Kingsley Inn even has its
own modern, 160-room
hotel next door to the re-
staurant . . . so perfect for
guests from out-of-town at-
tending the banquet affairs.
Kingsley Inn is one of the
few places that have been
successful with a continu-
ous Ethnic Specialty Food
Night . . . Plus the regular
menu, the ethnic fare is of-
fered each Wednesday even-
ing . . . soup to dessert all
from the same country . .
Last week was the seventh
already (German, Italian,
Russian, Hungarian,
Lebanese, Polynesian and

Swedish) with many more
to come . . . This is so amaz-
ing because a chef and his
team has to be excellent
. . . Chef Dennis and those
with him in the kitchen can
accept boasts of being
among the best.
IF YOU LIKE the popu-
lar hits of years back, don't
miss the Shirley Bassey
bum, "Yesterday" . . . She
sings everything on it so
great.
ACCORDING TO Ben-
nett Terebelo at Bread Bas-
ket Deli in Lincoln Center
on Greenfield, wholesale
salami prices have gone up
four times already . .
Bennett feels that people
may soon be paying for a
salami sandwich the same
price they paid for a corned
beef sandwich three years
ago.
WHEN TALKING OF
eating, two people must
come to mind . . Nathan
Light of Star Furniture in
Birmingham and attorney
Milton Hubert . . . Both
love to eat, but look the op-
posite in build . . . We've
seen slight-looking Nathan
eat five steaks at one sitting
aboard ship . . . The recent
Knights of Pythias, Detroit
No. 55, third rank initiated
11 new members and was
attended by almost 100 men
who went to the buffet table
manned only by Milt, for his
slicings of various meats
. . . Figure 'It out for your-
self . . If he nibbled bet-
ween and while serving
everybody, Milt consumed
even more than Nathan did!
THAT'S SOME break-
fast at Rialto Cafe on
Woodward and Nine Mile in
Ferndale . . . two eggs,
three breakfast meats,
home-made American fries,
pineapple ring, toast and
jelly, $2.25 . . Makes no
difference the day or hour
. . . it's served anytime.
IRVING'S Delicatessen
on Greenfield was featured
on the WXYZ-TV News by
Jack McCarthy at 6:30 last
Friday.
FORGOT TO MEN-
TION that at Antonio's,
Vernier across from East-
land, 70 percent of the wine
list is not available at any
party store.

• BOWLING BANQUETS

• GRADUATIONS

17125 CONANT
CORNER McNICHOLS RD.

MI •

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Heaping Troy of Luscious Hot Ribs

■ French Fries or Pototo Salad



Rehshus

Hot Hors ct' Oeuvres Also Available

EVERYTHING COMPLETE... PLATES - FORKS

NAPKINS

CALL 968-1 100

26076 GREENFIELD RD. IN LINCOLN CENTER

Compile, Canners
Non..Set, 5 to 12 Md.

Restaurant & Lounge
29703 W. 7 MILE RD.

1 Block West of Middlebelt

For Reservations:

Just West of Livonia Mall

477-2686

OUR FABULOUS SUNDAY BRUNCH
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

• Fresh hot bagels
• Cream cheese
• Chopped Eggs
• Smoked salmon
• Smoked sable
▪ Smoked chubs
• Blintres
• Fresh hurts
• Breakfast meats

Scrarated eggs
Eggs Benedict on request
Pancakes on Roust
Corned beef hash
Over 20 salad Items
Puddings, tarts. cheesecake. etc.
Assl. breads
Variety of International entrees

_ 4195
per pers.
$

DINNERS 7 DAYS A WEEK FROM 4 p.m. ON

FesturIng Prang Mb. Fresh Seafood, Ctacte,_
Extravagant Sated Bar & Many Gnat Entrees

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES
SPECIAL RATES FOR MON. TUES: & WED. NITES

Spectakzing In
Small Ong,. Parties

NOW APPEARING

IN OUR LOWER LEVEL CANDLELIGHT PLAYHOUSE

Neil Simon's Comedy Hit

THE ODD COUPLE

A NANCY GURWIN PRODUCTION

8470 N. TELEGRAPH, 1/2 BLK. S. OF JOY RD.

VEAL MILANESE PRIME RIB

.

THIS SUNDAY ONLY!

ALL DAY!

commit WITH SALAD. SOUP

SPAGHETTI, NICKS. BREAD & BUTTER

OPEN SUNDAYS 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
TUES. - SAT. 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.

BOOK YOUR ALL OCCASION PARTY WITH US
PRIVATE ROOMS AVAILABLE . 10 to 100

• Bar Waves
• Banquets

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• Weddings
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$ 550

FOR RES. CALL 565-4848

DANCING FRI. & SAT. TO

TOMMY GOOD & CO.

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