28 Friday, July 6, 1919
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
EVERYBODY'S TALKING ABOUT
THE BEST RIBS IN TOWN!
IThe Best of Everything
Also . . . Chicken — Shrimp — Fish — Pizza
IF DETROIT CAN'T some favorites.
have or won't support a
First dish brought by
kosher restaurant with Karen was a fresh fruit cup
regular hours, then obvi- . . . Then on one plate was
ously the next best thing is chopped liver, chopped eggs
Tradition Night put on Fri- and onions, gefilte fish and
day evenings by Sandy and herring in wine sauce .. .
the place for ribs
Dave Raben at Esquire Two Frieda had chicken soup
24545 W. 12 MILE Just W. of Telegraph
Restaurant-Delicatessen with a huge matza ball .. .
(formerly Benny's Sabra) on and I had noodles, plus some
9 Mile and Coolidge in Oak of the mandels put on our
At least here, people can
Then came the entrees .. .
partake of all the tradi- Frieda had baked short ribs
tional Jewish dishes they . . . and I ordered boiled beef
remember . . . and those the flanken . . . can't remember
younger generation should the last time I had this dish
get to know. ,
. . . or when we had such
Visiting Esquire Two on a tangy horse radish . . . In-
recent Friday night was an cluded with the meal were
27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
interesting experience .. . farfel, kishke, boiled potato,
AT 12 NILE OFF 8% 851-4094
strolling gypsy vagabond ' boiled carrots, potato latkes
Open MorT.—fhru Sat.
music (Eddie Chico on vio- and plenty of bread, natur-
11:30 a.rn.-2:30 a.m.
lin and Ronald Goldie on ally including halla.
guitar) . . . first hit our ears
Back came strolling
IS COOKING UP SOMETHING
. . . Then our eyes feasted on Eddie and Ron . . . and a lot
SPECIAL FOR THE
a sea of white table cloths of people had swarmed in to
SUMMER MONTHS OF
and napkins that would take advantage of this eve-
give any place an air of re- ning . . . Mickey Shorr
JULY AND AUGUST
sporting a beard, and in
SPECIAL DINNERS FOR TWO
Our pretty, blue-eyed town from Florida to buy a
MON. & MS. EVENINGS UNTIL 11 p.m.
waitress oozing with per- second place here, helped a
WED. TIN SAT. BEFORE 1 p. ■.
sonality, Karen Edlund, big party celebrate the
explained the single- birthday of his daughter-
sheet, mimeographed in-law Sharon (Danny).
menu ... After first plac-
Tradition Night at Es-
Two is a fine thing
Ask about our
seltzer water on our table ... It takes in the entire
(all tables get the seltzer), restaurant ... nothing
we gave Karen our or- else is served but the
ders and Eddie and Ron mimeographed menu ...
came by the booth to play adults, $6.95, children
under 12, $4.95, and kid-
dies under five, $2.50.
Nice to see a place de-
voted strictly to the tradi-
tional meals people used to
know and enjoy . . . it some-
how gives a good feeling
that our heritage has not
BUD SHERBOW will be
manager of the new
Rosebud Disco hopefully
opening this summer in
American Motors Bldg. on
IT'S. NOT THE kind of
restaurant you would travel
long distances to reach .. .
although there are some
that do . . . and it doesn't
have the style of atmos-
phere that would make the
decor something to talk ab-
However, Rina's on
Schaefer, a block south of
Fenkell, has that something
of prime importance . . . it
has good food.
There's nothing elaborate
about Rina's . . . Since 1963,
Ann and Enzo Conte have
maintained a steady busi-
ness in the two-room locale
. . . Today, only the one
room, seating about 80, is
open during dinner . . . but
at lunch, both rooms with a
$30 per night, single or double occupancy, weekends
capacity of 165 are bustling.
only, means the lap of luxury here at the Sheraton-
The Contes are a hard-
Southfield Hotel. Beautiful showplace guest rooms
couple . . . they
feature oak paneling, extra-large beds, and every conven-
have a good menu, good food
ience. Plus L.J. Loophole's Restaurant and Bar, the fun
and reasonable prices.
place for luncheon and dinner. And there's Yesterday's,
There's no attempt to
Southfield's most popular nightspot with dancing and live
be fancy ... just a plain,.
ordinary family restau-
Call us soon to reserve a guest room for yourself
rant ... But cleanliness
or for out-of-town visitors. And get a taste of Sheraton-
plays a big part ... and
Southfield's hospitality and low weekend rates. 0.-
prepared by Enzo is most
enjoyable • • • His
eggplant parmigiana or
spaghetti with white or
SHERATON HOTELS & INNS, WORLDWIDE
17017 WEST NINE MILE ROAD, SOUTHFIELD. TELEPHONE 557-4800
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BROILED FRESH WHITE FISH
BROILED FRESH LAKE TROUT
FRESH FISH & CHIPS
ROAST PRIME RIB
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF
BRAISED SHORT RIBS
ALL ABOVE INCLUDE: SALAD, VEG., POT.,
GREEK BREAD & BUTTER
RIALTO'S SPECIAL BREAKFAST
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• 2 EXTRA LARGE EGGS
• 3 BREAKFAST MEATS
• PINEAPPLE RING
• HOME-MADE AMERICAN FRIES
• TOAST &
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SUN. 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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