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December 26, 1980 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-26

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THE

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WHEN DOWNTOWN
VISIT DETROIT'S
NEWEST, MOST FASHIONABLE

The Best of Everything

scribe our recent experience
at one of Detroit's most
enchanting new discoveries
. .. The Opera House res-
taurant . . . on E. Warren,
five blocks east of Chal-
mers.
There's nothing like it in
the Metropolitan area .. .
and undoubtedly something
that will be of much wel-
come to a lot of people.
The evening we were
there, a Saturday night, a
I fine musical string quartet
called Musique Unique .. .
two gals and two fellows .. .
viola, cello and two violins
. . . played extremely de-
lightful light classical
melodies as some of the
most delectable food Was
brought to us by courteous,
efficient waiter Rick
Pauline . . . Strolling about
singing opera was Suzanne
Wernette . . . whose tonal
qualities enhanced a joyous
evening.
The Opera House res-
taurant is a very colorful,
cozy and pleasant place
. .. It seats about 96 .. .
with decor of dark
woods, red drapes, red
table cloths and red cloth
napkins, brick and mir-
rored walls, indirect
lighting onto a stucco
ceiling, delicately-lighted
chandeliers, overhang
ceiling lights, many
photographs of opera
stars, New York Met-
ropolitan Opera posters
telling of appearing
shows ... and lovely
fresh flowers on each ta-
ble.
What a delightful way to
have dinner? . . . So many
will happily greet this
"new" find . . . open just over
a year . . . owned by Norma
Robb, also its chef, and her
son, Ron Robb, general
manager, whose experience
`as a bartender was mainly
on the northwest . . . Res-
taurant Duglass, LaRotis-
serie and db's at Hyatt Re-
gency and Bijou.
Entertainment at The
Opera House restaurant is
Wednesday through Sun-
day . . . with live singing
and background opera
music . . . On Friday and
Saturday, the regular ap-
pearances are also by Janet
Rhoem, flutist, and Cory
Trager, classical guitarist.
The dinner amidst such
delightful music from "Old
Man River" to "Pagliacci"
makes for an interesting
evening of much charm .. .
and Norma's cuisine is in
perfect tune with the opera
theme . . . complementing
each for both the ears and
palate.
Norma's only experi-
ence as a cook is bringing
up seven children ... as if
that isn't enough ... Bet
her seven kids never had
meals that include Pate
'"Renatta Scotto" (chic-
ken livers), Shrimp Fig-
aro, Cucumber Bisque,
absolutely elegant chil-
led soup with a hint of
dill, Tempura (shrimp
mixed with mushrooms,
zucchini, eggplant and

VINCENZO'S

Malian-American Cuisine

Hart Plaza 963-3131

18211 JOHN R

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on • • • • II • • • • • • • •


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•• ••• • • • •
• • • COMPLETE DINNER • •
a
BROILED • • •


WHITE
FISH







- • •





INCLUDES
CHOPPED OVER APP.
OR
SOUP OF THE DAY
POTATO
STREUDEL
HAAGEN-DAZS ICE CREAM
COFFEE OR HOT TEA




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OFFER GOOD DEC. 26 THRU JAN. 1

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6 a.m.-9:30 p.m.

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RIALTO

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ONE OF MICHIGAN'S OLDEST RESTAURANTS

DEC. 26 THRU JAN. 4 -- ANY HOUR OR DAY!

FRESH BROILED

WHITE FISH

OR FRESH BROILED LAKE TROUT

INCLUDING
•FRUIT CUP • SOUP OR JUICE • CHOICE OF POTATO
•VEGETABLE • SALAD • GREEK BREAD & STICKS
• CHOICE OF DESSERT • COFFEE OR HOT TEA

SERVED 7 DAYS — 10:30 TO CLOSING!

BAR-B-Q FRESH
1 /2 CHICKEN

INCLUDES
ALL
ABOVE $
ITEMS!

4 2 5

FISH & CHIPS
INCLUDES
All
$385
ABOVE

ITEMS

ROAST FRESH
TURKEY W/DRESSING

INCLUDES
AL
ABOVE
ITEMS!

$425

BABY BEEF
LIVER w/Onions or Bacon

INCLUDES
ALL
ABOVE
ITEMS

'425




























celery, deep-fried in but-
ter), Chicken Supremes
"Norma" (boneless
breasts of chicken
sauteed in an apple
brandy sauce).

Also, East Indian Veal
Curry (veal served with
each person's creativity
from condiments such as
coconut shavings, chopped
onions, lime wedges, Rhine
wine raisins, chopped nuts
and sweet and sour sauce),
Beef Tenderloin Sauce
"Carmen" (beef filet cut but
only once, then broiled and
served with a brown sauce
coating) or Fettucini "Puc-
cini" (tender pasta noodles
smothered with a scallop
and mushroom cream sauce
and a touch of dill).
Also, Whitefish Aman-
dine or Beef Stroganoff
"Boris" or other elegantly
prepared dishes of mouth-
watering succulence.
It's for sure the kids never
had any of the house drinks
. . . like "The Encore," green
or white creme de menthe in
a chilled liqueur cup . . . or

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Friday, DecembOrTIr 25

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

Danny Raskin's

"WITH A SONG IN MY
HEART" could best de-

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ourRotr JEWISH HEWt

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FOR 25 TO 300
• Anniversaries •Bar Mitzvas
•Showers
•All Parties
• Banquets
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•Reunions
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OPEN MON. THRU SAT. . .. Featuring Fine Steak, Noble Wines, Casual
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DANCING TUES. THRU SAT.
TO
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MON. & TUES.

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TELEGRAPH AT 15 MILE

IN THE BLOOMFIELD PLAZA
STARTING NEXT SUNDAY, JAN. 4
WE WILL BE SERVING
HOT BAGELS, LOX, CREAM CHEESE,
AND SMOKED FISH PLATTERS

WE SERVE BREAKFAST, LUNCH & DINNER
MON.-THURS. 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
FRI. & SAT. 8 a.m. to 12 Mid.

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Also Our Variety Of .. • Sandwiches • Soups • Unique Salads • Fresh Fish
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7.30 p.m. and 10 p.m.
'30 per person (dinner only)

Two Seatings
1:30 p.m.
10 :00p .m.

$35 per person (dinner & party favors)

• Caesar Salad
• Appetizer Sauteed Scampi and
Stuffed Mushroom Caps
• Choice of Three Great Entrees:

• Roast Pheasant with White Grape Sauce
• Live 1 1/2 lb. Lobster
• Chateaubriand

Entertainment by:

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