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June 29, 1979 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-29

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32 Friday, June 29, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

TIM RYAN ROADHOUSE

Danny Raskin's

OUR - RIBS ARE THE BEST!

939-1800

4 MILE at RYAN

RID CEDARS

Chef's Specials

Served Mon. Thru Sat. Night:



( cLsci)

s@

NEW YORK STEAK

ON A SIZZLING PLATTER'

or
BROILED FLORIDA $695-

RED SNAPPER

COMPLETE DINNER INCLUDES: SOUP, SALAD,
VEGETABLE OR POTATO
40 OTHER ENTREE ITEMS ALSO AVAILABLE

Live Entertainment & Dancing
Monday Thru Saturday

23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.

353-5110

The Best of Everything

THE BARN-LIKE look
has long been gone . . . but
the informal and enjoyable
dining is still the thing at
Mitch's on Cass-Elizabeth
Lake Rd. . . . where the lake
area shimmers with ex-
citement at outside and in-
side crowds that always
seem to surround this very
popular place.
But it wasn't always like
this . . . About 27 years ago,
Mitch's was just a little
tavern with a family-owned
grocery store in' back .. .
The only food served were a
few things some customers
would buy at the store and
bring to the tavern, where
the Mitchells had a stove.
Mother Ella Mitchell and
sons Bill and Tony run this -
place where today, on a busy
night, it's nothing for them
to serve a thousand people
. . . Greek salads, pizzas,
spaghetti, bar-b-q ribs, etc.

It had been a while since I
had been to Mitch's and the
reason was apparent why
people say waiting is worth
it.
Our waitress, Clarice
"Charley" Huckaby, had
that pretty smile and pleas-
ing personality so very con-
ducive to relaxed dining .. .
Our party made like ,a
Chinese restaurant . . . or-
dering different things and
passing them around . . .
pizza, bar-b-q ribs and
Greek salad.
Before ordering, a unique
touch is the large bottle of
water placed on your table
.. then a basket of hot gar-
lic bread made from pizza
dough baked there.
Mitch's is large and spa-
cious now . . . but not
enough so . . . By the end of
the year, there'll be seating
for more than 300 in an-
other building . . . The pre-
sent site, which the Mitch
ells feel is beyond remodel-
ing, will become a large
parking lot . . . Those- rustic
walls and much of the pre-
sent decor, even its fainiliar
moose head, will be put in
the new building.
The charisma that makes
up Mitch's is more than the
crowds that flock there .. .
It's more than dining_ in
shirt sleeves next to per-
ha.ps a bank president, show
biz or sports celebrities .. .
There's an aura of total re-
laxation that seems to put
Mitch's • in a class by - itself
. . . This could well be its key
to success.
JUST A MATTER of
time until a local combine
takes over the Raleigh
House.

NOW OPEN
SUNDAYS(
4 p.m. to 12 Mid.

From A Snack To A
Complete Dinner

ALSO OPEN SATURDAYS FOR LUNCH

1402 S. COMMERCE

(Near the
intersection at Maple/15 & Pontiac Trail)

624-66 60

.

Get On The Right
Track!
And Keep Your
Steam

By Enjoying Our

NEW

DINNER
- SPECIALS

-

At Somerset Inn,
we supply- - everything

(well, almost).

All Bar Mitzvah's are not created equal. So if you're looking for not-just-any-
place for this memorable occasion, look at the Somerset Inn. We have all
the makings for a great bar mitzvah, wedding, or confirmation. The cuisine :
is from the impressive continental kitchen of L'Auberge, the settiR
ate* ba nquet r

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ei,o4

Reedootead4

STEAK SAUTE
MADAGASCAR

Tenderloin with green
peppercorns and cognac

commercials . . . and a few
by Pabst . . . belongs to local
songster-arranger, etc.,
Larry Santos.

L immapinempu ■ IMMOI

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are cooked too hard or other
things too well . . . Could be
that they're not picked up
right away and allowed to
continue cooking under
those very hot "warming
lights" under the counter
top open area . . . Good wait-
resses don't allow this to
happen.

WE WILL BE CLOSED
MON. THRU WED.
JULY 2, 3 & 4

OPEN AS USUAL THURS., JULY 5

FATHER'S DAY AT

_- (Continued onPage 33)

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10 Mile at Southfield'Rd.

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SUN.-THURS., 4:30-8 p.11.
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Between 13 & 14 MI

576-1588

THAT VOICE YOU
HEAR on Andeker Beer TV

Larco's, W. McNichols and
San Juan, was crowded, but
this is one establishment
where a lot of people don't
fluster the steady opera-
tional flow that goes with
true and experienced pro-
fessionalism.
There was pleasant nice
guy, sheet metal man
George Asher, helping out
by seating people.
Mike Larco opened up a
bottle of Verficchio Cei Cas-
telli Di Jesi white wine and
a bottle of Lambrusco red.
Very friendly, personable
waitress, Auntie Marie
Cusenza, at Larco's more
than 20' years, took our or-
ders . . . and with Pete Larco-
in the kitchen, the evening
was made . . . What an ele-
gant piece of prime rib I had
. . . and the Veal Colombo

LFAMILY TOED

AND
Ncidhhorhood falhcrin Placc vir

ENJOY YOUR JULY 4th
HOLIDAY



ROSE and
IRVING GUTTMAN



Invite You



T.o See Why

NOW OPEN

6 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Tues. thru Sun.

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DAILY SPECIALS
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