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October 24, 1980 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-24

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36

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 24, 1980

I

Specializing in Authentic
Italian-American Dining
Lunches and Dinners

GRILLED SALMON STEAKS

Chargrilled ocean salmon,
served with salad; rice pilau
or baked potato, vegetable
and our own Teacup Bread.

$7.95

(Good through Sunday. October 2b1

Meriwether's

Telegraph North of 10 Mile
Southfield
358-4950

Van Dyke South of 13 Mile
Warren
574-9670

Fish

Fried

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Virginia Ham •

V eel Cutlet and

Giant

Day
ial of The
Salad Bar
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The Chef's SNpoteac Banquets Children Under 12-52.95

Chicken

AS WELL AS

ALL

THE ABOVE ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING

KING CRAB LEGS
10 oz. Serving

- to oz. Prime Rib of Beef

- 2/3 Slab B•B-Que Spareribs

- Bountiful Catch of Shrimp

ONLY

24230

W. McNichols

MORE

On 6 Mile Just
West of Telegraph

LUNCHEON DAILY
From $2.95
Cocktials Available
Happy Hour 4-6 p.m.
Tuesday thru Friday
Sunday 1-9 p.m.
Closed Mondays

1.95

535-9411


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OUR TWO GREAT BREAKFAST SPECIALS

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 35)
Mario's seats about 440
people in five rooms . . .
The only booths are in its
cocktail lounge . . . Valet
parking includes a phone
to the lot across Second
with calls made to bring
your car.
It has always been known
for elegant food . . . where
diners are catered to . . .
where dining is done with
relaxation . . . and people
eat as they wish . . . in true
continental style.
But there are also little
things done at Mario's that
are the kind of touches to
please an eater's watchful
eye. . . Like the young
man continually going from
table to table filling up but-
ter dishes . . . waiters serv-
ing from the right side . . .
Some of them smile, some of
them have been there too
long, although with new
owner Frank Passalacqua,
their complacency had bet-
ter change . . . If there is
one thing Frank will not
tolerate besides not having
excellent food, it is the cus-
tomer being plated an any-
thing but a pedestal and
given A-1 satisfactory
treatment . . . This is the
only way he knows how to
operate a restaurant.
The special antipasto ap-
petizer at Mario's is prob-
ably one of the finest in the
ated beef,
nation . . . marin
fresh mushrooms vinai-
grette, homemade eggplant,
tomatoes with fresh caper
sauce", salamis, Italian
meats, shrimp, chilled fresh
lettuce salad, anchovies,
etc.
Small slices of warm
cheese bread have you
reaching for more . . . and
more.
The Veal Marengo with
shrimp and vermouth is
excellent . . . as was our
choice of Veal Cutlet
Poulette . . . tender
slices of veal covered by a
white cream and sherry
sauce.
The regular meals are not
expensive since they come
with antipasto and salad
bowl, minestrone or onion
soup and pasta.

Mario's has been an in-
stitution in northern Italian
dining . . . with a personal-
ity and character all its very
own.
The new ownership of ,
Frank and Arlene
Passalacqua is a decided
plus.
When selling a winning
restaurant that has been
your life's blood for over
30 years as it was Mario
Lelli's, you just don't sell
it to anybody . . . not if
the great tradition is to
remain . . . and this
Mario wanted very much.
You sell it to only one
kind of person . . . a winner
. . . and someone who cares
This is Frank
Passalacqua . . . Someone
who knows how to win . . .
and most certainly cares .. .
with pride.
STYLIST
PIANO
Joanni Allen has returned
to Rip's on W. Huron in Pon-
tiac . . . Wednesday,
Thursday and Saturday for
an indefinite engagement.
BARRISTER JOE
SHULMAN asks his wife
Evelyn to translate to
kosher Elayne Stulberg's
recipes in her "Happy
Cooker" book . . . since
they keep a kosher home
and boat . . . "We've got the
only kosher boat at the De-
troit Yacht Club," says Joe.
CHEF'S 200 Social Club
has given Joseph Bea its
Chef of The Year Award
. . . presented annually by
Mclnerny-Miller Brothers
poultry and seafood pur-
veyors . . . to the chef hon-
ored for his or her contribu-
tion to the skillful culinary
arts trade.
Joe is head chef at Henry
Ford Hospital.

SUN. 6 a.m.-10 a.m.

TUES.-SAT. 6 a.m.-11 a.m.

• ORANGE JUICE
• 2 EGGS (any style)
• ROLL, BAGEL
OR TOAST
• COFFEE OR
HOT TEA

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45

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ORANGE JUICE
2 EGGS (any style)
2 PANCAKES
2 PIECES OF
SAUSAGE OR BACON
• COFFEE OR HOT TEA






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WHY WE ARE NO. 1 IR METROPOdITIT!

THE SOMETHING DIFFEREN

DELI ATESSEN-RESTAURA T

27167 GREENFIELD

1 Blk. N. of 11 Mile

N mcSt•

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

559-1380

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Reed~teoced

SAUTE BEEF
TENDERLOIN TIPS

skewered and char-broiled with a
Malaysian glase; saffron rice

10 Mile at Southfield Rd.

559-4230

Amignimmoirlir

MAIL DEPT.. . .

"The first time I walked
into Sneaky Treats I felt
like a kid again, walking
into g candy store. Tasting
is believing, everything is
delicious and I'm losing
weight as well."
Marilyn Goldman
"The best find of the year
is Sneaky Treats. I frequent
this terrific establishment
at least once a week. The
food is great, the people fan-
tastic and best of all I'm still
losing weight."
Steve Feldman
Sneaky Treats on South-
field and 12 1/2 Mile in the
Farrell Shopping Plaza will
be on TV- Channel 2's P.M.
Magazine 7 p.m. Oct. 31.
NEW NAME OF Tom
Maguran's Highway Rib-
bery of Livonia on W. Seven
Mile is now Red Light
Bar-B-Q . . . Look for Tom
to have new dishes and
those fresh, thin onion rings
in brick form that folks get
at Bobby Rubino's in
Florida . . . He still has the
same baby backs, regular
spares . . . plus adding beef
ribs.
MILOS
CHEF
CHIHELKA at Golden
Mushroom will divide his
time between supervision at
the "Mushroom" and
Hamilton Place, now that
Reid Ashton has taken over
the complete food operation.
(Continued on Page 37)

SUNSET
SPECIAL

It pays to come early!

Our special early evening
menu features values on
Boston Schrod with Crabmeat
Stuffing, Fried Fresh Boston
Schrod, Broiled Beef Kabob,
Chopped Steak with Sauteed
Onions, Charley's unique char-
grilled fish, and selected
choice from our daily fresh
catch!
All Sunset Special dinners
include Charley's Chowder,
Salad, Hot Bread, and your
choice of Vegetable.
From $5.75 to $9.75 per
dinner! You really get your
net's worth!

Mon-Sat 5-6 p.m.

chaRley's
cRab

Fine Seafood In the
Chuck Muer tradition -
5498 Crooks Road
Troy 879-2060
American Express Honored

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