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June 02, 1978 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-02

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RE IBM EMI NEWS

Friday, We 2, 15M

40 EARLY BIRD SPECIAL

25 0/ °OFF MON. THRU SAT.,4 to 6 p.m.

Repeat by Popular Request

IteCLUOING GOLIRNET SELECTIONS.
APPOZEICS. MINERS. ALA CARTE, ETC.
Offer Expires
Sour. Pb farinour• 11
June 10, 1978
Spa..
Camps or Oda Cowrie Fer 1

RENSHAW INN

IN THE ORCHARD MALL
6407 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT MAPLE

8514400

Carry Outs
Amiable

Beau

THEAREA'SNERIEST & MOST UNIQUE
RESTAURANT

Serving GREAT FOOD AND COCKTAILS

AT MODERATE PRICES

OPEN MON.-SAT. FOR
• LUNCHES • DINNERS • AFTER THEATER
SNACKS & SANDWICHES
MON.-THURS., 11:30 a.m. tit 11 p.m.
FRI. & SAT. TIL 12 Mid.
COCKTAILS TIL 2 a.m.
Your Hosts: JACK & GARY COCHRAN
4108 W. MAPLE 1W..
626-2630
1 BLK. WEST OF TELEGRAPH

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*

*

* *
* *
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FRESH FRUIT PLATTER

COP OF COLD BMW,
COTTAGE GEESE,
F1ESI
SMUT, NOT CANE,
NILO, COFFEE OR 11A

$ 350

ONE WEEK ONLY—JUNE 2 THRU JUNE 9

ROSE and

* IRVING GUTTMAN



Invite You

*

To See Why

* *



*

OPEN FROM 6

a.m.

TUES. THRU SUN.

We Are #1

In The Metropolitan
Detroit Area

* *
*

r

Danny Raskin's

The Best of Everything

REMEMBER LEO
ROSTEN'S wildly success-

ful "The Joys of Yiddish?
. . The story is never for-
gotten about the man who
had been dining regularly
at a certain restaurant, be-
ginnning each meal with a
dish of chicken soup . . .
One night he called out to
his waiter, "Come back here
and taste this soup." . . .
"After 20 years," said the
waiter, "you question the
perfection of our wonderful
chicken soup? . . . "Come
back and TASTE IT," re-
peated the customer . . .
All right, all right," con-
ceded the waiter. 'T11 taste
it —but where's the spoon?"
. . . "Aha!" cried the cus-
tomer.
ANOTHER OLD favo-
rite is of old man Mandel-
baum sinking rapidly and
detecting the aroma of
strudel coming from the
kitchen . .. "Mama's bak-
ing a strudel." he whispered
eagerly to the son at his
bedside. "Go out to the
kitchen and tell her if
there's one thing I want to
do before I go, it's to eat a
piece of her wonderful
strudel". . . The son did as
he was told, but returned
empty-handed, reporting,
"Mama says it's for the
people who come in later."
VISIT TO Mayfield Re-
staurant on Griswold was
paid by wife Frieda, who
says it is still among the
best eateries in town . .
Night manager is Louis
Bujak, who many folks may
remember from Hugo's
downtown and other spots.
Frieda's waitress, Nikkii,
brought her a delicious
piece of pickerel as the en-
tree to Mayfield's usual
dinner of marinated herring
or shrimp cocktail (Frieda
enjoyed the herring), onion
soup (or other), the famous
salad with anchovy and
roquefort dressing (or
creamy garlic) and double-
baked potato scooped out
and crispy on top.

WHEN A BUSBOY

27167
GREENFIELD

Blk. N. of 11 Ms

*

Next to Great Scott Mkt
TRY ROSE'S
559-1380
* BLINTZES & PANCAKES
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comes over to take dishes off
a table during breakfast at
some local eateries,
wouldn't it be nice if he also
removed other debris like
used sugar packages and

YOUR CHOICE OF THREE GREAT DINNERS

L MILANESE. VEAL MARSALA w VEAL TOSCA

I

THIS SUNDAY ONLY — ALL DAY!
COMM mil saw, sw
I

s rmwm mumnam,
mu& & MEI

OPEN SUNDAYS 2 p.m.-to 10 p.m.

TUES. -

SAT. 11 a.m. to 2 8.117.



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• Sleeteent

• Seemeele

• De.

READER TELLS OF

going to the Money Tree on
Fort. St. and the waiter br-
inging a tray of pastries
. She selected the straw-
berry shortcake and her
guest reached for one of the
strawberries while it was
still on the waiter's tray
. . . He suddenly pulled it
back and said, "This is only
a sample. Don't touch this
one. I'll bring yours from the
kitchen". He returned
r piece that had
with anothe
only half the strawberries
displayed, she says.
AN IMPOSSIBLE to
please customer patronized
a certain restaurant regu-
larly and was hated by
every waitress in the place
— with reason ... One day
it was revealed that he had
been caught in a crooked
stock promotion and put in
jail . "Hey, hey," rejoiced
one of the waitresses. "I'd
like to see him send the pot
roast back now!"

HAPPY NAME DAY to

Costa Karageorgos, owner
with brother Nick at Dimit-
ri's Nikos on Woodward,
north of 11 Mile . . . Since
Greeks don't usually celeb-
rate birthdays, only bap-
tismal dates, Costa didn't
have to tell how old he was
(the Greek women must
love it!) . . Our recent
visit to Dimitri's Nikos was
another fine eating experi-
ence . . Waitress Effie
Pappas, John's daughter,
and niece of Charlie and

84 0 N. TELEGRAPH, 1/2 BLK. S. OF JOY RD.

BOOK YOUR ALL OCCASION PARTY WITH 11S
PRIVATE ROOMS AVAILABLE ... 10 to 100
. 111dengs
• leer Illtaree
• Eft..

crumbs? . . . Al Balooly, of
Topinka's Country House
on W. Seven Mile and Tele-
graph, is a stickler owner
when it comes to busboys
cleaning and straightening
tables properly at all times.
Working for Al is a valuable
experience.
LOUIS NYE, comedian
who appears through to-
morrow with Joey Heather-
ton at the Birmingham
Theater, is a first cousin of
Lee Vinick, mother of Mar-
jorie Green, whose husband,
Rabbi Sidney Green, is on
the staff of United Hebrew
Schools here . . . Louie's
real name is Neystadt.
TANTI's, which of course
means aunt in Jewish, is the
new restaurant owned by
Mary and Walt Lazar next
to his Chevrolet dealership
on Telegraph between God-
dard and Northline . . It
has two dining rooms, seat-
ing 120 in one and 60 in
another . . . Tanti's is al-
ready_ becoming known for
its bar-b-qued spare ribs
and chicken . . . fresh sea-
food .. . and the four cooks,
including a head chef, all of
whom are from a local,
popular seafood house .
It is a seven-day-a-week-
operation.
SHORTLY AFTER one
of producer Donald Mer-
rick's rare failures closed
following a disastrous try-
out in Boston, he was stop-
ped by a lady selling raffle
tickets who begged, "Won't
you take a chance on a tur-
key? . .Merrick assured
her milli, "I just did."

FOR RES. CALL 565-4848

DANCING FRI. & SAT. TO

TOMMY GOOD & CO.



(Continued on Page 29)

STAFFORD'S

RESTAURANTS

03 ORCHARD LAKE RD. 23041 COOLIDGE AT 9 MIL
Oak Park
IN THE ORCHARD MALL

542-2799
851-8952
FRI., SAT. & SUN. ONLY

Real B-Q Flavor!
BARBEQUE CHICKEN
BARBEQUE RIBS

Served with
Baked Potato
also includes
Soup & Salad Bar

$55 0

MINI BRUNCH M4153 5 325

SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

BANQUET ROOMS AVAILABLE

ALL
AT ORCHARD MA
Lt . . . ALL OCCASIONS
to 100

2702 ORCHARD LAKE RE.

At 12 Mile. Just

851 4094
Open Mon. thru Sat.
11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

Off U.S. 696

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ea
ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD

MATE CATEINC MD UNMET FACIUTES

• Businessmen's Luncheons • Dinners

TOM
TABLESIDE
GOURMET ALTENBURG
AT TMEWBAR
COOKING
TIMO. TIM SAT.

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"ow. ••••••• ■ •11.

FAMILY DINING

AT

CIRO'S

A SUPERB ITALIAN MENU •
COMPLETE AMERICAN MENU

1535 CASS LAKE RD., KEEN 681-3440
1 MILE NORTH OF ORCHARD LAKE RD.

11 a.11.-11:31 ;A. SARNO ...4 p.a.-4 La
11 ia.-4 arr. MU .12 ba-11:31 6.a

IOW =I DRS
FEW

LUNCHEON
SPECIALS

MON. THRU FRI., 11 to 4 p. ■ .

TRY OUR FAMOUS
ANTIPASTO
AND OTIER
SALMIS

N

EAT REA TIM

SPECIAL
THIS WEEK

EGGPLANT
PARMIGIANA
DINNER
$350

INCLUDES SALAD &
GARLIC BREAD

FRIDAY
FISH. & CHIPS

MU

$275.

NCLUDES COLE SLAW

BREAD & BUTTER

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