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July 13, 1979 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-07-13

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Friday, July 13, 1919 31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

TIM RYAN ROMERO

e DannyfRaskin's

OUR RIBS ARE THE BEST!

939-1800

14 MILE at RYAN

1014

(ft

STEPHENSON
CLUB
24931 N. CHRYSLER DR. (1-75 at 10 Mile)

Hazel Park

PRIVATE BANOUET FACILITIES

FOR 25 TO 300

542-9196

• Bar Mitzvas'
• Weddings
• Anniversaries
• Bat Mitzvas.
• Showers
• Parties For All
• Banquets
-
• Reunions
Ocdasions
Open Mon. Thru Sat., featuring Fine Steaks, Noble Wines, Casual
Elegance, Gourmet Salad Bar, (over 37 items, incl. creamed her -
ring, deviled eggs, etc.) House Specialties: Chateaubriand, Fresh

COMPLIMENTARY . . . RUM TORTE DESSERT
SAT. EYE ONLY

Entertainment

Hours: Mon.-Fri., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Sat., 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.

OPEN SUNDAYS FOR PRIVATE PARTIES ONLY

DOUG'S BODY SHOP

Presents

"BETTER HALF TIME"

Bet. 5 p.m. & 7 p.m. Mon. thru Sat.

YOUR BETTER HALF'S ENTREE

112 PRICE

When another entree
of equal or greater
value is purchased

Reg. Hours:

Entertainment
Wed. thru Sat. in
The Greasepit

Mon.-Thurs.
11:30 to 11
Fri. & Sat.
til 12

11111161 BODY SHOP

22061 WOODWARD

Ferndale, Mich.

Bet. 8 Mile & 9 Nike
399-1040

RIALTOD

22740 WOODWARD

eltc.9
4

at 9 Mile
Ferndale • PARKING IN REAR • 544-7933
ONE OF MICHIGAN'S OLDEST RESTAURANTS
"We Say Good Food And We Mean It!"
OPEN 7 DAYS--BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

OUR FAMOUS SPECIAL DINNERS

$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
:$4.75
:$3.50
:$4.75
:$2.85

BROILED FRESH WHITE FISH
BROILED FRESH LAKE TROUT
STUFFED FLOUNDER"
BROILED HALIBUT
BROILED PICKEREL
SEAFOOD PLATTER
FRIED SCALLOPS
–JUMBO SHRIMPS
FRESH FISH & CHIPS

ROAST PRIME RIB
OF BEEF

$4.55

BAR B 0 RIBS

-

-

$4.75

BAR B 0 CHICKEN

-

-

$3.25

ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF
BRAISED SHORT RIBS

$3.75
$3.25

G., POT.,
ALL ABOVE INCLUDE: SALAD, VE—



GREEK BREAD & BUTTER

RIALTO'S SPECIAL BREAKFAST

SERVED AT ALL TIMES!

• 2 EXTRA LARGE EGGS
• 3 BREAKFAST MEATS
• PINEAPPLE RING

• HOME-MADE AMERICAN FRIES
• TOAST &
JELLY

S2.75

• STEAKS • CHOPS • GREEK DISHES • ITALIAN DISHES
• CHILDREN'S MENU • HOME COOKING

m.
MON. THRU THURS. 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., FRI. & SAT. 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.
SUN. 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.



AILS BEER WINE.

The

Best o

FROM THE EYES, pa-
late and pen of Marilyn
Frumkin . . . "What do you
name a restaurant that,
serves the tastiest of Ameri-
can and Italian and
Lebanese foods and even the
most delicious Jewish-style
mushroom-barley soup you
ever blew on to cool it off?
That's the tickler being puz-
zled by two of the best re-
staurateurs 'round town.
"Sam Agemy is a former
waiter, cook and maitre d' of
the Sheik Restaurant on
Monroe and former man-
ager of the London Chop
House. Sam Jarrus is the
former original owner of the
Chambertin on Michigan
Ave. and former part-owner
of the one-time Atrium on
Telegraph. Talking to the
two Sams, one gets the feel-
ing that whatever were and
are the best qualities of
these eateries were due to
these mavens of the mun-
chies.
"Sam and Sam's new
eight-week-old venture is
Shakespeare's Inn on Tele-
graph at Plymouth Rd.
Shakespeare's score card
has always been high: quiet,
comfortable dining, good
American-English food,
with a nod to several Italian
dishes by virtue of Shakes-
peare's Portia, Romeo,
Juliet and other sunny
clime characters. A bounti-
ful bar and wine cellar,
fresh, crisp salad bar, pleas-
ant, well-trained help and
soft, flattering lighting in a
not-too-kitchy Tudor decor
all added to the good eating
experience.
"Now, with Sam and
Sam on the scene, it can
only get better! And, with
their Middle East back-
n tur-
grounds, the adve
ous palate can also enjoy
some of the finest-tasting
Lebanese food ever of-
fered to the Detroit area
public, in addition to the
regular tasty fare. (Even
Hit is not on the menu, the
Lebanese delicacies will
always be available.)
"Since Shakespeare
never set a play in Lebanon,
that is as good a reason as
any to change the restau-
rant's name.
"The two Sams' favorite
name at the _moment is
House of Lords. The Ras-
kins, husband Sid and I
played the name game and
came up with Continental
Sams, Two Sams, Double
Sammy and Sam and Sam.
But, as Shakespeare said, 'A
rose by any other name: .
and in two or three weeks a
new sign should declare the
decision.
"The evening the four of
us greeted the Sams, they
prepared a Middle East
feast that included pickled
eggplant, light green and
spicy olives, houmous (a
mashed chick peas dish),
taboulee salad (made with
chopped fresh parsley, to-
matoes and cracked wheat),
the best lamb and rice-
stuffed grape leaves, tightly
wrapped and delicately fla-
vored and the most tender
shish kabob that I have had

c r,

TRY OUR DINNER. SPECIALS

Everything

7 DAYS A WEEK 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.

the pleasure of eating.
Plus —.and I can't be-
lieve we ate the following
but we did and loved it —
kibbee — that's raw
ground lamb, folks,
blended with cracked
wheat, olive oil and deli-
cate spices — topped with
sauteed ground lamb, on-
ions and pine nuts. The
topping is called
Hashwee. The wine we
enjoyed was Establisse-
ments Cruse's Pinot
Chardonnay, a white
burgundy, and our excel-
lent waitress' name was
Bernadine "Bernie"
Boumann.
"Another time, we will
try different fare. Another
attraction is singer-pianist
Kathy Landis, who
entertains with the best of
pop and jazz each Wednes-
day through Saturday.
Kathy has played at the
London Chop House and the
Caucus Club.
"Dinner prices are mod-
erate."
SHAKESPEARE'S
INN seats about 190 . . .
Plus being served by very
efficient Bernie, we also
enjoyed the graciousness of
• evening hostess Victoria
Fitzsimmons . . . and the
additional fine service of
Dion Zupon.
As Marilyn wrote, the
dishes were all delicious
Lebanese fare . . . and
naturally, with pita bread.
Previously, the four of us
had ordered calves liver,
frog legs, crab legs and Lon-
don broil . . . Fresh hot
rolls and fresh creamery
butter were on the table.
But this was to be an un-
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YOUR CHOICE OF 21 DIFFERENT ENTREES
TWO PRICES ONLY $3 95 & $4 95

Includes: Soup, Salad, Veg. & Pot.

FAMILY-STYLE

BRUNCH





SUNDAYS 11 a.m. to 2

$3.50 per pers. Includes:

POINT AFTER DELI

26400 W. 12 MILE AT NORTHWESTERN 01 Raciest Bldg.)

355-3733

Featuring

STEAKS
SyEAK
PRIME
RIB


SEAFOOD

RESTAURANT{

BANQUET FACILITIES AVAILABLE
Up To 80 People
• Weddings
• Hors d' Oeuvres 'Parties
• Sweet 16's
• Reunions
• Sales Meetings
• Anniversaries
• Etc.

4fit660fN100 RjiiiiieViREdSTERN 353

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_7448

Get On The Right
Track!
And Keep Your
Steam

By Enjoying Our

N EW

DINNER
SPECIALS

A Different Choice Nightly
SUN.-THURS., 4:30-8 p.m.

4286 N. WOODWARD

Between 13 & 14 Mile

576-1588

To Us,
Every Function Is
An Occasion

Whether it's business or social, large or small,
our catering consultants will make your event a
memorable one. Call Tim O'Connor our Director of
Catering who will be pleased to plan your function and
suggest an appropriate menu for the occasion.

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p.m.

Nova Lox, Smoked Sable,
Smoked Chubs, Creamed Herring, Sliced Tomato and Onions,
Olives, Bagels or Rolls.

5500 Crooks Rd. at 1-75
Trov Mic hig an 4809R
( fl i) 879-2100

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