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September 28, 1979 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-28

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34 Friday, September 28, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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

576-1588

••••••• ■

eitej

Vieod

Reeowioteada

( SALADE NICOISE

1

Tuna, anchovies, ripe olives, eggs, i
tomatoes set on a bed of fresh green ,P
beans and onion vinaigrette.
)

10 Mile at Southfield Rd.

559-4230



DINNER SPECIALS t

C".

.

MONDAYS THRU SATURDAYS, 3 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.



STUFFED PEPPER
• STUFFED CABBAGE
STUFFED KISHKE
SALAMI OR BALOGNA & EGGS
CORNED BEEF & EGGS
Includes: Cup of Soup, Bread and Butter

$350
per person

50'
per person

5

ROAST CHICKEN

WITH STUFFING
1/2 Springer

Includes: Cup of Soup & Vegetables

ORIGINAL ESQUIRE'S FAMOUS

CHICKEN LIVERS

with Fried Onions

Includes: Cup of Soup, Cooked Veg., Bread & Butter

;

♦ V

HARRY WEISS'
ORIGINAL ESQUIRE



• ♦

MILE AT LAHSER • ICARVARD ROW MALL



• •



353-4999)

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦

Old country
dining
without the
old co untry
work.

Maryann Ferenc will por-
tray the role of Anne Frank
in the Hilberry Theater
production of "The Diary of
Anne Frank" beginning 8
p.m. Oct. 16 at the Hilberry
on the Wayne State Univer-
sity campus.



RESTAURANT-DEUCATESSEN

.11

(Continued from Page 33)
waitresses and busboys
wove their ways around the
crowded tables, clattering
dishes and disturbing the
entertainers.
"And, ah, the Elmwood
Casino in Windsor. I can't
remember the food but I'll
never forget the perform-
ance of Sammy Davis,
knocking himself out play-
ing the drums, blowing
horns, dancing, singing and
doing imitations. It was
dynamite. There wasn't a
show at the Elmwood I
didn't like. The food might
have gotten cold while I was
applauding like mad, but
who cared?
"The Gay Haven, the
Bowery, the Three Sixes,
Oriole Terrace, the Roos-
tertail and many more
that I've forgotten fea-
tured celebrated show-
stoppers. Frank Gagen's
was fun and all I re-
member about the menu
is the fabulous turtle
soup.
"In those days, Cliff Bells,
Berman's Chop House, the
Book Cadillac Motor Bar,
Pontchartrain Wine Cellars

and the London Chop House
were among the better res-
taurants for chow hounds
who took their food seri-
ously. Of course, there was
Leili's, Joe Muer's and
Carl's Chop House which
are still going strong. But
where are the entertain-
ment spots of yesteryear?
"Nothing has taken the
place of the Terrace Room
on Saturday afternoons. We
used to bus it downtown to
shop and have lunch at the
Statler. That was the living
end.
"Going downtown is pre-
tty passe and there are res-
taurants in the suburbs spr-
outing like mushrooms. The
food may be better, the
prices are higher and the
owners play a game of one-
upsmanship to provide the
most elegant, distinctive
decor and ambiance. But
what do you do after you've
finished the gourmet des-
sert, paid the bill and tipped
the waiter? And where can
you afford to go?"
GET WELL WISHES
. . . to Irving Guttman of
Irving's Delicatessen . . . at
Providence Hospital.

`Anne Frank' at Hilberry

•••••••**••••••,
OUR ANNUAL



(T he Best of Everything

MARYANN FERENC

The opening performance
has been slated as a fund
raiser for activities for the
International Year of the

C hef Ted Katopodis can make
your next group affair an old -
fashioned banquet.

At the Troy Hilton Inn we specialize in ethnic
cuisines. Jewish, Polish, German, Russian —

just about what ever ties you may have. Chef Ted Katopodis
knows how to create inspirational menus. The same way he
used to do them at the old Raleigh House. Call our banquet
professionals at (313) 583-9000,
extension 1485 and see how
easily your next party can be-
come an old fashioned feast.

X Troy Hilton Inn

Maple Road at Stephenson Hwy. -
Troy, Michigan 48084

Child.
Tickets are available at
the Hilberry box office,
577-2972.

Deadline Nears
for Playwriting
Contest at WSU

The deadline for entries
in the second nationwide
competition for David
Nederlander Playwriting
Award, co-sponsored by The
Nederlander Producing Co.
of America and Wayne
State University, is Oct. 15.
Winners will be announced
in spring 1980.
The contest, funded by
the'Nederlander Co., which
established the award in
memory of the founder and
head of the organization, of-
fers a $5,000 first prize, and
second and third prizes of
$1,000 and $500. In addi-
tion there is a showcase
production for the winning
play and possible prod-
uctions for second and third
place winners.
For a brochure with com-
plete contest rules and
entry blank, write: Leonard
Leone, Director, Wayne
State University Theater,
Detroit 48202.

Cultural Center
Ethnic Festival
Due Thursday

The original Old World
market will be held Thurs-
day through Oct. 7 at the
International Institute, 111
E. Kirby in the cultural cen-
ter.
The four-day event will
feature craft demonstra-
tions, foods from the world
over, music and more. Ad-
mission is nominal.
Hours are 11 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Thursday and Oct. 5; 11
a.m.-9 p.m. Oct. 6; and
noon-6 p.m. Oct. 7.

COUNTRY
INN
B-B RIBS • B-B CHICKEN



VINCENZO'S

Italian-American Cuisine

• ITALIAN DISHES

—BEER & WINE-

18211 JOHN R

45199 CASS , UTICA

Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rd:.

731-4440
"In The Big Red House"

869-5674

Specializing in Authentic
Italian-American Dining
Lunches and Dinners

Open Sundays, 2 to 9:30 —Closed Mon.

EXCELLENT BANQUET
FACILITIES

a rco s

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

Nor Ir

∎ 'V'

OUR GREAT DINNER SPECIALS!

7 DAYS A WEEK— 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Examples:

• Sauteed Chicken Livers
From
• Broiled Scrod
• Chopped Sirloin
• Stuffed Cabbage
• Stuffed Peppers
• Liver & Onions
• Veal Parmigiana
• Veal Cutlets
• Fried Chicken
• Bar-B-Q Chicken
• London Broil
• Strip Steak
DF F. EERt Ec N.
o F . 5 Etc.
• Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
T SOUPS. OR JUICE. FRESH TOSSED
ALL DINNERS INCLUDE: CHOI.CE Etc.
SALAD OR COLE SLAW. CHOICE OF POTATO. HOT VEGETABLE & FRESH BAKED JEWISH
RYE

$3 95

POINT AFTER DELI

26400 W. 12 MILE AT NORTHWESTERN ui

Raquetime Bldg.)

355-3733

SUNDAY BRUNCH 11 a.m.-2 p.m.)

T 1r

TELEGRAPH RD. TO M-59. W. TO ELIZABETH LAKE RD.
RD. TURN LEFT ABOUT 5 MILES TO N. WILLIAMS LAKE RD.

ALL CHEESES
ANIMAL

ALL FOODS
DELICIOUSLY
VEGETARIAN _

REST A U RANT
64 N. WILLIAMS LAKE RD.

698-4572

BULK BEANS & GRAINS, MEAT SUB. & CHEESE ON SALE

HOURS: SUN. 12 NOON TO 10 P.M., MON.—THURS. 11 A.M. to 10 P.M.
FRI. 11 A.M. to 2 hrs. before sundowr,. Closed Sabbath until
1 hour after sundown — open til midnight

NO PORK, LARD OR ANIMAL PRODUCTS

MALT

22740 WOODWARD

Ferndale •

PARKING IN REAR •

of 9 Mile
544-7933

ONE OF MICHIGAN'S OLDEST RESTAURANTS

"We Soy Good Food And We Mean Dr
OPEN 7 DAYS--BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

OUR FAMOUS SPECIAL DINNERS

BROILED FRESH WHITE FISH
BROILED FRESH LAKE TROUT
STUFFED FLOUNDER.
BROILED HALIBUT
BROILED PICKEREL ---
SEAFOOD PUTTER
FRIED SCALLOPS
JUMBO SHRIMPS
FRESH FISH IS CHIPS

ROAST PRIME RIB
OF BEEF
$4.55

ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF
BRAISED SHORT RIBS

$3.50
$3.50
50
$ 3: 5
$3.50
$3.50
,$4.75
:$3.50
$4.75
$2.85

BAR-B-0 RIBS

$4.75
BAR-B-0 CHICKEN
$3.25
$3.75
$3.25

ALL ABOVE INCLUDE: SALAD, VEG., POT.,
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

$2.75

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

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

I

-COCKTAILS BEER WINE. I

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