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(Continued from Page 27) THE OLD WINERY
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Sat. 5 p.m.-2 a m.
SUN. ALL DAY AND MON. & TUES.
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Fri_, Sat. Dinner 7 p.m_ Show 8:30
Sun. Dinner 6:00 Show 7:30
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Reservations 1824 W. 14 ashy Rd.
Groups and organizations are invited
to inquire about special rates
A Nancy Orsaw Prodeciaa
Specializing in Authentic
Lunches and Dinners
(T he Best of Everything
Japanese Steak House
themselves, will enjoy the Spaghetti House may open
"epicurean cruise" aboard this year on the former site
the Wicker Works at North- of LaSalle Wineries in Far-
field Hilton on Crooks Rd. mington.
GAL GETTING a salad
and 1-75 . . . The intern -
tional celebration started at a local deli because she
out with a successful Ger- "is on a diet"- . . pouring
man night, and last week mayonnaise galore and salt
was a delightful Buena no end all over the dish . . .
Festa Italian. then asking for more dres-
To the strolling strains of sing!
a guitar and accordion, our HAD LUNCH WITH
waiter, Mike Molinar ("My Yetta and Sam Ginsburg, in
name had an I on the end of town for a week, at the Cof-
it about 100 years ago") and fee Gardens at Michigan
the captain, Nick Camovik, Inn. . . Enjoyed the
were both excellent . . Spanish Omelette because
This in itself did so much it wasn't pre-made, and cof-
toward making the evening fee in fresh glasses with
such a pleasant one. wicker holders . . • Best of
Nick started things off by all, though, was the sweet-
making an antipasto salad ness and efficiency of our
at tableside - Imported waitress, Marsha Heads,
sardines instead of salty an - whose graciousness made
chovies made a difference for a pleasurable afternoon
and it was most delicious lunch.
Yetta and Sam look bet-
. . Then Nick opened a
bottle of Beersano Soave ter than ever before .
white wine, which we had They celebrated their 23rd
with our dinner . . . anniversary recently and
Brought to us by Mike was: still act like newlyweds . . .
Frittura Piccata (sauteed Sam has never lost that fine
veal with lemon-butter- floral touch of his . They
wine sauce), Taglione Verde went to a Bar Mitzva in To-
(green noodles), Melanzane ronto and at a separate
Fritte (deep fried eggplant) house reception he picked
and a dessert called Pesche flowers from the large gar-
Rittiene (peaches baked den to make four elegant ar-
with almond-macaroni fil- rangements . . . Sam
ling) . . all but the de- owned Central Florist on
ssert, which seemed out of Dexter hack in 1944 - - • Of
you want to write to Yetta
place, was very good_
Manager of the Wicker and Sam, their address is
Works, Kevin Townsell, is 400 S. Hauser, Apt. 911, Los
getting married in Sep- Angeles 90036).
JUST CAN'T KEEP
tember to the girl who had
made the suit he was wear- _ Dave Dubbs out of a re-
staurant kitchen . .. Since
ing this evening . . . no
pockets on the inside, a la selling Dubbs Country
European style says Kevin Kitchen on 10 and Green-
in defense of his bride-to-be field, he has been taking it
. "But things will be dif- easy . . . but this isn't Dave ,
ferent after we're married," • . . whose restaurant ac-
have tivity goes back many years
. . . To overcome his bore-
dom, Dave is working three
days a week now in the
Greenfield, makes folks kitchen at Pickle Barrel
think they're going into the Deli in Evergreen Plaza, 12
wrong place. Mile and Evergreen.
Sy Ginsburg and Al
NO, JAKKS on Green-
field and 10 Mile is not Winkler, owners of the
closed ... Only reason it was Pickle Barrel, have also
last week for a few days was taken over Mr. Deli on
because of boiler problems Seven Mile and Evergreen
and repairs . . It deli- - • - Sy was a former owner
nitely is open. about three years ago.
CHEF AT Roman Ter-
NOT BEING MUCH of a
horse player . . - nothing race, 12 Mile and Orchard
more than a $2 bettor, our Lake Rd., Frank Cracchiolo,
recent visit for dinner at is concentrating on the new
Wolverine Harness Race- luncheon trend he disco-
way at Detroit Race Course vered on visits to the West
was just that-. . While Coast and Venezuela .
others fed themselves with Light lunches like fresh fish
fast-flowing adrenalin from and salads is the big thing
the torrid neck-and-neck says bossman Bob
prayers, we were just plain McDonald, whose luncheon
hungry . . . As luck would menu now has a catch-of-
have it, our waitress had the-day section and salad
been given much too big a section, including salads of
station to cover and there the week.
Recipes picked up by
were far from enough wait-
resses available . . . Both Frank during his travels
would account for poor ser- will be in conjunction with
vice and the hour wait be- the regular fine Roman Ter-
fore we even got a salad . . race menu.
NEW NAME OF
The liver and onions were
very good . . but the Chateau Troy is not Crab
club house area in which we Pot as erroneously stated by
sat left much to be desired in its manager . . . Correct
the way of table space . . title is now the Sea Shell .
The most that can be said FEW PLACES serve
for folks dining at DRC is turkey from the bird these
that unless the service gets days . . . so much turkey
better, they should eat be- roll is used ' . One of those
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Open SumMys, 2101:30 —Closed Mon.
7225 W. theiScaels
(5 Wks. W. d Livermore) UN 2405
Repeat by Popular Request
°OFF MON. THRU SAT.,4 to 6 p.m.
No (*Mom* 71
INCLUDING GOURMET SELECTIONS,
APPEMZERS, DINNERS. ALA CARTE, ETC.
July 15, 1978
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