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June 22, 1979 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 22, 1919 31

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ROSE and IRVING GUTTMAN
Invite You To See Why

Danny Raskin's

The Best of Everything

NOTHING
EL
TRAORDINARY sets Red
Cedars on Telegraph and 9
Mile, apart from other eat-
ing spots . . . but many folks
will tell you it gathers many
of the best points available.
There's the decor . . . sim-
ple yet quietly delightful .. .
Then the service . . . so
much better than at a lot of
h er places . . . Old friends
_ Ake Emil Tinta, for years
bartender at the former
Scotch 'n Sirloin, has been
seven months on days at
Red Cedars . . . Also Bill
McLarenon days . . . after
almost 30 years with Wally
Kostere on W. Eight Mile
Rd. . . . Jeanette Mellott,
one-time hat check gal at
the old Apartment Lounge
on W. McNichols, is now
evening hostess at Red


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Cedars.
Seating is 120 amid the
soft lights, red table linen
and dark rustic paneling .. .
with a huge menu of 35 to 40
items that require a well-
staffed kitchen.
We were most pleased
with our waitress ... smil-
ing, pleasant and courte-
ous Denise Sweeney, who
brought us a bottle of
Piesporter Goldtropchen
to go with a beautiful and
tasty piece of Broiled
Pickerel Amandine
preceded by garlic bread,
thick delicious Navy
bean soup, special baked
potato and mushrooms
stuffed with crabmeat.
Jose Roijas is still there
playing guitar and singing
the favorites people like to
hear . . . the way they want
them played and sung.
Prices at Red Cedars are
well within reason . . . It is
not the average run of the
mill restaurant and bar .. .
but more so combines many
things for a successful oper-
ation . . . molded to
encompass two very impor-
tant words . . . customer
satisfaction.
BEST HUSBAND and
wife on the floor working
combination . . ., Paul and
Joyce Donnelly at Esquire
Two on 9 Mile and Coolidge
in Oak Park . . . He's the ace
counterman and manager
. . . and she is a waitress
supreme.
PAT FLOWERS, De-
troit's premier pianist from
away back when, has re-
turned to Hugh's on W.
Eight Mile . . . Wednesday
through Saturday.
TED FULLER (Oscars,
Peppers, etc.) will have the
food setup at Hamilton
Place on Southfield (former

DIMITRI'S
NIKO

316 N. WOODWARD, 2 Blks. N. of 11 Mile
542-4880
Royal Oak
GREAT SPECIALS ANY DAY—ANY HOUR

7 DAYS A WEEK — 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

— COMPLETE MEAL EXAMPLES —
BROILED BABY BEEF
$460
LIVER WITH ONIONS
BROILED 10 OZ DEMONIC°
$595
STEAK WITH ONION RINGS
1 /2 FRIED SPRING
$485
CHI _ CKEN
FISH AND
$450
CHIPS

ALL ABOVE AND MANY, MANY OTHER ITEMS
ON OUR MENU INCLUDE:
SOUP OR JUICE, SALAD, POTATO, DESSERT,
COFFEE OR TEA
ALSO AVAILABLE IN COMPLETE DINNERS
10 OZ. BROILED WHITE FISH, 10 OZ. MONK FISH,
VEAL STEAK PARMIGIANA, ETC.

SPECIAL LUNCH DAILY 11 to 2:30 p.m.

ENTREE, SOUP OR JUICE,
COFFEE OR HOT TEA

BANQUET ROOMS AVAILABLE FOR
BREAKFAST MEETINGS — UP TO 50 PEOPLE
AT NO CHARGE

FREE CAKE SERVED ON ALL OCCASIONS
BIRTHDAYS, ANNIVERSARIES, ETC.

$ 2 95

Town and Country Club).

We Are #1

will have the Down Under
Restaurant operation in the
Hart Plaza . . . a 160-seater
with hopes of opening this
year . . . Leo was brought
back here from Philadel-
phia by the two • re-
staurateurs . . . He is a
former local restaurant
operator with a lot of good
ideas and very much
know-how.
MIKE KUCKELMAN
honors the Charles Green
Quartet at an anniversary
party celebrating one year
of the group's music at his
Piper's Alley of Troy on Big
Beaver . . . Public is invited
for a festive evening of jazz
and complimentary re-
freshments, June 24, 9 p.m.
to 2 a.m.
A LOSER DRIFTED
into a bar and talked the
owner into a handout . . . He
whined that his wife was
sick, his daughter didn't
have a dress to graduate in,
he himself was suffering
from arthritis and
rheumatism and the whole
family was facing eviction
from their flat' . . . All the
time he talked, he was fiddl-
ing with a five dollar gold
piece in his hand ... "Why
(Continued on Page 33)

TALK IS THAT A com-
bine will soon take over the
catering operation at
Raleigh House.
CARTER HOUSE on W.
Eight Mile east of Ever-
green . . . probably the least
expensive place in town to
eat a complete dinner .
HAD LUNCH RE-
CENTLY at Doug's Body
Shop on Woodward between
Eight and Nine Mile, with
Leo Fein . . . served by
pleasant, smiling, most per-
sonable waitress Ginger
Perkins . . . amid cutaway
autos of yesteryears, now
made into booths for people
to dine . . . and after passing
a 40-year-old sign that said
"Gas 10 cents Tax 4 cents"
totaling 14 cents a gallon
. . . We had lunch in a Lon-
don taxi and coffee in a 1953
Packard . . . while 12 people
near us ate lunch in the
back of a truck . . . and an-
other couple will probably
tell everyone about having
their meal served to them in
a Mercedes.
I only had a sandwich, but
the slice of cantaloupe pre-
sented a very nice touch .. .
something new chef Frank
Frazier is quite noted for.
It's the only spot we know
of like it in the country.
Doug Diehl still has a
bump shop a few doors
away called Minser's, al-
though he doesn't work
there ... His cars for din-
ing are cut up and
painted at the shop and
brought to the restau-
rant.
Before it was a dining
place, Doug's Body Shop
was an empty lot in front of
a gas station and then tire
store.
It is a family operation .. .
His daughter, Debbie, is
manager on days . . . and
son, Ryan, manager at
night.
Doug and John Laffrey

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SUNDAYS

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Complete Dinner
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intersection at Maple/15 & Pontiac
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27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
AT 12 MILE OFF 696 851-4094

OpenMon:thru Sat.
11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

COR. LINCOLN
968-4060
MON.-SAT. 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Closed Sun.

IS COOKING UP SOMETHING
SPECIAL FOR THE ENTIRE
MONTH OF JUNE!

SPECIAL DINNERS FOR TWO
MOM. & TUES. EVENINGS UNTIL 11 p.m.
WED. THRU SAT. BEFORE 1 p.m.

BREAKFAST SERVED
ANY TIME

Everything Also Available
For Car -Out

• FRESH ORANGE JUICE
• 2 EGGS (any style)
• ROLL OR BAGEL
• COFFEE OR TEA

ITRY ROSE'S
GEFILTE FISH
& PICKLED TROUT

PSPIRCa‘
CONEY
ISLAND
25920 GREENFIELD

Featuring
• Home-Made Soups • Chili
• Greek Salad
• Our Famous Hamburgers
• Baklava • Coney Islands
•Excellent Tuna Sandwiches ,• Etc.

• VEAL SCALLOPINI • VEAL FRANCESCO
• VEAL PARMESAN

15

per
couple

Includes:

Antipasto &
1/2 Liter of
House Wine

Ask about our
complimentary
lunch drawing

Mini•Vacations. Minutes Away.

Need to get away from it all?
And SAVE GAS, jump into
your car and drive to the
Northfield Hilton for a super
weekend fling at an un-super
little price. Go ahead - spoil
yourself. You deserve it.

HONEYMOONING

• Luxurious room
• Bottle of champagne
• Entertainment and
dancing in Hurley's
• Indoor pool and saunas
• Leisurely breakfast in
Wicker Works (or room
service)
• Free parking
• $44.44 per couple

TOM

• Luxurious room
• Cocktail in Hurley's,
our contemporary lounge
with nightly entertainment
and dancing on a stainless
steel dance floor
• All-season indoor pool
▪ Saunas
• Leisurely breakfast in
Wicker Works (or room
service)
• Free parking
• $24.79 per person,
double occupancy

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Tips and taxes are included!
Call 879-2100 for color
brochures on our
Unwinder and Honey-
mooning packages.

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5500 Crooks Rd. at 1-75
Troy, Michigan 48098
(313) 879-2100

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