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July 13, 1979 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-07-13

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32 Friday, July 13, 1979-

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Specializing 4n Authentic
Italian-American Dining
Lunches and Dinners

The Best of Everything

7225 W. McNichols (6 blks. W. of livemois) UN 2-M55

1/4

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)

624-6660

LFAMILY TUBB

NciQhborhood iathcrinit Place

(Continued from Page 31)
expected and most pleas ;
urable night with the
menu prepared by Sam and
Sam.
Seafood has alwaYs
been a big thing at
Shakespeare's Inn, and
at least 15 menu items are
water farers . . . Seven
items are Italian . . . and
the steaks and chops are
big favorites. '
The dark wood decor of
this old English-style set-
ting is enchanting.
As whoever said it, what's
in a name? . . . And so it is
with Shakespeare's Inn . .
Sam & Co. (House of Lords
first in the running) or
whatever . . . you know
Sam Jarrus and Sam
Agemy are there with one of
the finestrestaurant staffs
anywhere . . . and good
food at good prices.
Both fellows are winners
. . . and together now they

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 'repressive continental kitchen of L'Auberge, the setting rT)
tvqte banquet rock



ttrow,w

2601 W. Big Beaver
Somerset inp._ Troy, Mica 48084
Od lade. . (313) 643,78

can't lose.
MOHAMMED AN-
SARI is the new catering
manager at Hyatt Regency
in Dearborn . . . promoted
from manager at the La
Rotisserie restaurant . . .
Hyatt Regency catering
capacity is up to 1,000.
FINALLY . . . there's a
hot dog that's hot . . . It's
called a Fire Dog . . . put
out by Vienna Products . . .
and distributed here by
Julius Pollack.
HOW ABOUT SOME
kind Of tribute for theatrical
agent Len. Borovoy? . . .
Not many in the area can
top Len in the amount of
people he has booked and
who have become big
"name" talents . . . The list
is endless . . . Many of
them were little knowns
when Len was getting them
bookings . . . Remember
Johnny Yune, who used to
get $750 to sing at commu-
nity functions hereabouts?
. . . You may have seen
him as the Korean come-
dian on Johnny Carson
Show . . . His tab now is
$40,000!
THE TRINIDAD-
TRIPOLI Steel Band
brings its chanting, dancing
calypso artistry on the oil
drums to Chuck Muer's
P'Jazz at Hotel Pontchart-
rain this Monday, 6 p.m.
. . . The group, which was
introduced to North Ameri-
can listeners by Liberate,
has gone on to perform at
eight straight World's Fairs
. . . Its array of material
includes ethnic, classical,
pop and, of course, pure
Calypso a la Trinidad.
Audiences often crowd the
bandstand between sets to
get a closer look at the steel
drum-formed instruments.
This Wednesday, the
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra,
conducted -by Dorsey trom-
bone player, Buddy Mor-
row, comes to P'Jazz, also at
6 p.m.
on
EXCALIBUR
and
Northwestern
Franklin, south of 12 Mile,
has to be one of the most
popular spots in the Mid-
west now . . . People who
go there are from all walks
of life . . and visits are
most interesting amidst the
beautiful atmosphere, ex-
cellent food . . . very
courteous and capable em-
ployees . . . and very well
run establishment.
IF MIKE ALBERT
doesn't watch out, he won't
have the world's smallest
banquet room . . . Seating
now is for four in the private
room at Albert's Hambur-
gers on Grand River near
Six Mile Rd. . . . The place
is being remodeled and by
September, he'll be able to
seat a couple of more people.
FROM NATION'S
RESTAURANT NEWS
. . . in a special report from
the Chicago Restaurant
Show . .. "Restaurateurs
give critic's a poor rating" by
Gerald Cohen.
"Give an operator a
chance to vent his spleen on
restaurant critics, and he'll
probably take it.
(Continued on Page 33)

Electoral College Wins in Senate

who had argued that their
members would lose the
political leverage they
enjoyed under the Electoral
College system.

WASHINGTON — The
Senate on Tuesday defeated
a proposal to substitute di-
rect popular election of the
President for the Electoral
College system.
The Senate voted 51-48 in
favor of the proposal, but
needed 66 votes, a two-
thirds majority, for passage.
Michigan Democrats
Donald Riegle and Carl
Levin both voted in favor of
the proposal.
The change was opposed
by most liberals and many
black and Jewish groups

-The man who is diligent
in his work may stand be-
fore kings.

VINCENZO'S

Italian-American Cuisine

18211 JOHN R

7 Milo Rds.

Set. 6

(y 0F 1

. 8694674

FAMILY
SPECIAL

15
_ - INCLUDING GOURMET. SELECTIONS,
MON.-SAT. 4 to 6 p.m. ALA CARTE, APPETIZERS, DINNERS, ETC.

Sorry. No Entertainment 79 Coupons or Credit Cards For This Great Special!

RIIISHAW INN

851-6400

IN THE ORCHARD MALL
6407 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT MAPLE

Carry Outs
Available

the
swman
leriwee

27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
AT 12 MILE OFF 696 851-4094
thru Sat.

11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

IS COOKING UP SOMETHING
SPECIAL FOR THE
SUMMER MONTHS OF
JULY AND AUGUST

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

VEAL SCALLOPINI • VEAL FRANCESCO

• VEAL PARMESAN

$15

per

couple

Includes:

Antipasto &

Hy2
ouL s i e tel z fe

Ask about our
complimentary
lunch drawing

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yt

COMPLETE DINNER

LIVER &ANIONS
$45°

INCLUDES:

SOUP OF THE DAY,
SALAD, POTATO,
VEGETABLE & TEA OR COFFEE

ONE WEEK ONLY—JULY 13 THRU JULY 20

and
IRVING GUTTMAN

ROSE

NOW OPEN

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

Invite You
To See Why

We Are #1

In The Metropolitan
Detroit Area

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27167
GREENFIELD

1 BIk. N. of 11 Mile

DAILY SPECIALS
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