100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

July 20, 1979 - Image 33

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-07-20

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

411111111.111111111111110111111.111.111111Mr

Friday, July 20, 1919 '33

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

THE RYAN ROADEOUSE

OUR RIBS ARE THE BEST!

14 MILE at RYAN

939-1800

NOW OPEN
SUNDAYS:

4 p.m. to 12 Mid.

°

From A Snack To A
Complete Dinner

,ALSO OPEN SATURDAYS FOR. LUNCH

L

1402 S. COMMERCE

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

L FAMILY TAVER

624-6660

AN!

Ncii ► hhorhond fialhcrinii Marc

NOW SERVING

DELICIOUS

CHARBURGERS

OLD TYME DELI
-SANDWICHES
DESSERT FANTASIES

• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER
• LATE SNACKS
SUN. THRU THURS. 8 a.m. to 12 Mid.
FRI. & SAT. 8 a.m. to 2:30 a.m.

A Favorite Spot For Late
Eating And Meeting

4286 N. WOODWARD

Between 13 & 14 Mlle

4

7■ .. 576-1588

Marie and Edie
throw the
greatest parties.

Great parties . . the kind people
remember and talk about...
don't just happen. Marie and Edie,
our two party planning experts,
make them happen. And it all begins
the minute you call to tell them
the why, when and how many of
your next get-together They'll make
sure the drinks are dynamite. The
food is just as you want. The
service is something special. The
surroundings, rooftop high, mare
exactly right. And everybody has a
high old time. Including you. Start
putting your begt party ever together
right now. 21000 Northwestern
Highway. 569-4700.

.

(

The Best of Everything)

(Continued from Page 32)
major loves in the life of
Vincent Price ... . He and
Mary would have
enjoyed the dinner given
at Jolly Miller . . . and
Vincent will be pleased at
the strides being made by
Les Taubman and his fine
staff . . . particularly in
the upholding of
standards. -
In the world of culture,
the name of Vincent Price
stands out . . . Gourmet
dining is a part of that cul-
ture.
AMONG THE UN-
SUNG Chinese restaurants
in our area is one that
enjoys an enviable reputa-
tion . . . consistent good-
ness . . . In talking about
China Gate, opened 2 1/2.
years ago in the Pine Lake
Mall on Orchard Lake Rd.
between Pine Lake and
Long Lake Rds., owner Kin
Ming Chin is a familiar face
. . and long-time know-
how gent in the restaurant
business. •
Back in 1947, he started
as a'waiter with Eugene Foo-
at Kow Kow Inn on W.
McNichols . . . Through
the years, Kin has learned
much about Chinese cuisine
. . . and his China Gate is
living aroof . . . Besides the
regular Chinese fare, which
is very _good, his epicurean
specials are extremely joy-
ful.
The place is bright and
cheerful, with chandeliers
that slowly revolve* . .
Seating is for 176 in three
dining rooms . .with
facilities available for pri-
vate parties.
Our waitress, Lesa
Rayess, knows her business
. . and it was a pleasure to
h* ave the efficiency she ex-
hibited.
China Gate is worth
knowing about . . . haven't
met anybody yet who hasn't
found this to be so.
DOUGLAS GRECH
(Duglass of Restaurant
Duglass on Southfield Rd.)
took a full course of study in
the commercial foods dept.
at Chadsey High . . . and
then spent a one-year schol-
arship in Paris at the famed
Ecole Hoteliere de Paris
. . From Women's City
Club to Detroit Yacht Club
to Franklin Hills Country
Club, title of executive chef
first came when he moved to
Hotel Pontchartrain and
Chuck Muer.
THE TWO INTERNA-
TIONAL disco champions
from Canada who recently
put on an exhibition at
Scandals in Ramada Inn of
Southfield on Telegraph,
had the big crowd buzzing
with their amazing exhibi-
tion in fancy disco dancing.
Too bad some who were
invited never showed up
. . . they certainly missed
an extraordinary demon-
stration . . . plus an eve-
ning of congeniality.
Gar Lester, son of Morrie
Lester, is the new manager
at Scandals, moving over
from another disco on the
northwest.
Frankie Gell teaches
disco at Scandals Sun-

*

days and Wednesdays at
10:30 p.m. . . . and if you
can concentrate, there
are backgammon tables
set up for in-between
enjoyment . . . New sales
manager at Ramada Inn
is Mike Haggerty.
Doug Derello, one of the
top chefs in this area, is the
new executive chef at
Ramada of Southfield
(Summerfield's, banquets,
etc.) which is good news . . .
He does a real fine job
. . . and is a swell guy to
know.
THERE ARE FOUR
ex-Darby employees work-
ing at Harry Weiss'-Origi-
nal Esquire in Harvard Row
on 11 Mile and Lahser.
Bob Winkler met Harry
12 years ago on the
sidewalk outside Darbys
the day after it burned down
. . . When the Original Es-
quire opened in Harvard
Row, Bob came as the
counter man and is still
there . . . Ethel Thompson
makes salads . . . Herb
Showalter is day grill man
. . . Remember those de-
licious soups and pickled
fish among other things?
. . . The fellow who made
them at Darbys, Eli
Karavadas, is also a stal-
wart at Harry's deli.
OF THE FOUR places
that have been on Green-
field and Lincoln, Spiro's
Coney Island is the most
successful operation of all
. . . and with good reason.
BONAVENTURE Res-
taurant which had been
closed in Top of Troy Bldg.,
will be reopened soon by
Billy Anton . . . his fourth
dining spot . . . Billy is
owner of the Bull Market
Restaurant on Lafayette,
the Bull Market of Roches-
ter Rd. in Rochester and An-
ton's on Mack.
LOBBY OF Joe Louis
Arena on riverfront will
(Continued on Page 34)

Specializing in Authentic
Italian-American Dining
Lunches and Dinners

7225 W. McNichols (6 blks. W. of Livernois) UN 2-6455

*it

* ** * * * *** * **************

* * yr

ROSE and IRVING GUTTMAN
Invite You To See Why

We Are #1

* In The Metropoliton
Detroit Area

27167

_

GREENFIELD

1 BIk. No. of 11 Mlle

5591380

OUR FAMOUS BREAKFAST

Tues-Sat 6 a.m.-11 a.m. Sun 6 a.m.-10a.m.

TRY ROSE'S
GEFILTE FISH
& PICKLED TROUT

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

$1 35

DOUG'S BODY SHOP

Presents

"BETTER HALF TIME"

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

YOUR BETTER HALF'S ENTREE

When another entree
of equal or greater
value is purchased

1/2 PRICE

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

Entertainment
Wed. thru Sat. in
The Greasepit

PliC)

—1

r

DUGS B DY SHOP

22061 WOODWARD

Bet. 8 Mile & 9 Mile

399-1040

Ferndale, Mich.

Plan Your Next Affair At

ng5te-p

• Bar Mitzvas • Bat Mitzvas • Sweet 16's
• Banquets • Showers • Parties For All Occasions

Excellent Facilities Available For
Wedding Ceremony and Receptions
Plus A 160-Room Hotel For Your Guests

LUNCHEONS MON. THRU SAT. FROM 11 a.m.
DINNER MON. THRU SAT. FROM 5 p.m. SUN. 1 to 10 p.m.

LATE NIGHT ALA CARTE MENU MON.-SAT., 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.

SUNDAY IS BRUNCH DAY

Served From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

One of Michigan's Most Elegant
Arrays of All-You-Can-Eat Delights,
Including 14 Hot Entrees

WOODWARD S. OF LONG LAKE RD.
Bloomfield Hills

$595

per person

Reservations Accepted

644-1400

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan