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July 28, 1978 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-07-28

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28 Friday, kly 21 1978

,

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

iThe Best of Everything

NEWEST SEAFOOD
restaurant in our midst is
appropriately called The
Sea Shell . . . on John R.,
just north of 15 Mile in Troy.
It seats 130 for dinner
. . . all tables with. tufted
chairs . . . plus a lounge
that accommodates 60 .. .
outside, an unpretentious,
free-standing building with
loads of parking space.
The menu includes 24 en-
trees, of which 18 are sea-
food . . . Sea Shell is a
quietly intimate restaur-
ant, and the prices are most
reasonable.
All the fish is freshly de-
livered daily . . . there is no
frozen seafood (except
Dover sole and lobster tails)
. . . or the so-called fresh-
frozen variety . . . Most of
the dishes are amondined,
unless otherwise desired.
Sea Shell is owned by
George Ribuschofski,
who was attending
school in Yugoslavia dur-
ing World War II . . .
sometimes without bread
to eat . . . He came to
America in 1958, was a
busboy at State Coffee
Shop on Woodward and
Columbia . . . Kingsley
Inn as busboy and then
waiter . . . Jim Cor-
nelius' Knife & Fork
(where the Press Club
now stands downtown),
Northwood Inn under
Mildred Hund, Sheraton
and then 10 years as food
and beverage manager at
Holiday Inn of South-
field.
Our waiter, Randy
Senick, had worked three
years at Buddy's in the Trio,
and was there til the end.
With his smooth, efficient
ways, Randy brought
Frieda a piece of Red Snap-
per which tasted as good as
it looked . . . After our New
England Clam Chowder
soup, which was far from
the skimpy kind, we had
Filet of Perch sauteed (you
can also have it pan-fried)
... delicious and tender.
George, still the gracious
host as always, brought us
two chilled glasses and then
opened a choice bottle of
French Graves Superieurs
white Bordeaux wine.
For a limited time during
the grand opening of Sea
Shell, you can have a one
pound live lobster dinner for
$8.95 . . . But call ahead,
689-1258, and make sure
they haven't run out . . .
Tell George to put aside as
many as you want.
When a person craves sea
food, it's nice to go to a re-
staurant that specializes in
it . . . and doesn't try to
gouge you price-wise . . .
The Sea Shell is just begin-
ning . . and if you don't
expect the world, you'll
have a most enjoyable din-
ner there.
TOM COLEMAN is the
new owner of Figurehead
restaurant, Nine Mile, just
west of Telegraph . . . with
55 seats in 11 booths and a
counter.
Tom is a deli man from
the Dexter days . . . with

Ben & George . . . Later
bossman of his own spots,
Menu-ette and then Boes-
ky's before selling out on 10
Mile and Lahser.
His Figurehead eatery is
a neat-looking operation
and serves Vienna products.
SWEET SMILING even-
ing waitress at Point After
Deli, 12 Mile and North-

western, is Karen "Keb"
Witt, who tries very hard to

please.
Place mats at Point After
recently were deceiving
... Had all the exotic
drinks but didn't mean the
Dong family had acquired a
liquor license.
RUNT'S AMBITION is
the name of a drink . . 2
oz. rum, 2 oz. gin, 2 oz. whis-
key and 2 oz. port wine . .
Shake with ice; strain.
Ever have a Sherry and
Egg? . . . Pour in a whiskey
glass enough sherry to cover
the bottom to prevent the
egg from sticking to the
glass . . . Break into this an
ice-cold egg . . . add the
amount of sherry desired.
JIMMY LAUNCE PRO-
ductions, has been retained
to produce full-length
Broadway shows at Some-
rset Mall (theater located in
the lower level.)
Somerset is the longest-
running dinner theater lo-
cation in this area, and its
shows were formerly pro-
duced by the team of Pierre
Turgeon and Jimmy
Launce.
Aug. 4 opens with Neil
Simon's comedy, "Barefoot
in the Park."
Plus being a well-known
WJR morning radio person-
ality, Jimmy has also had
23-years stage experience,
including a wonderful por-
trayal of Mel Edison in
"Prisoner of Second Av-
enue."
NEWEST LITTLE
Caesar operation is in a
familiar building . . . Was
the former Federico Fettu-
cini on Orchard Lake Rd.
near Middlebelt.

Same
luxury-type
kitchen . . . same free
cheese bar set-up, too, with
those delicious fresh-baked
rolls.
Pasta,
dinner,
sandwiches on fresh rolls
and a full line of pizza, in-
cluding the Best With Ev-
erything, Little Caesar's

The heron blames the
water because he cannot
swim.

Having An Affair?

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