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January 09, 1981 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-

i114 ,
STEPHENSON
CLUB
14,
24931N. CHRYSLER DR. (1-75 at 10 Mile)

4

-

Hazel Park

C

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

542-9196

FOR 25 TO 300
• Anniversaries •Bar Mitzvas
•All Parties
•Showers
• Banquets
•Bat Mitzvas
•Reunions
•Weddings
OPEN MON. THRU SAT. . . . Featuring Fine Steak, Noble Wines, Casual
Elegance & House Specialties Including Fresh fish.

,

CHATEAUBRIAND $2155

FOR 2

DANCING TUES. THRU SAT.
TO
HEALTH & HANSEN DUO

wrIDIONCNKETRASIL

F

AND THIS AD

KENNY STONE

At The Keyboard
For Listening & Dancing
MON. & TUES.

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1NC:474

Recoototeodd

SOMETHING DIFFERENT

From Chief Milos' kitchen comes
a different entree daily; details
from your server


10 Mile at Southfield Rd.

559-4230


DOUG'S BODY SHOP

HAS A FANTASTIC

NEW MENU!

MICHIGAN'S MOST UNIQUE RESTAURANT



(Where else can you eat in an Edsel?)



C-

IS OFFERING GREAT F000 & DRINKS AT
LESS THAN MODERATE PRICES
EVENING PRICES From $3.25
DAILY SPECIALS 5

$59 5
Tues.-Fri.
all you can eat inc. salad & potatoes
IF YOU'VE NEVER BEEN TO DOUG'S
OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER

AT THESE PRICES YOU HAVE TO TRY IT!
$ COUNTRY MUSIC
Featuring

DAVE HARPER

Thurs. thru Sat.

HOURS: LW, Men. - Fri. 11:30-3
MINER, Tits.-Tkus. 5-10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 5-12 N.

Valet Parking

WOODWARD bet. 8 & 9 MILE

1399-10401

:RIALTO FAMILY 9°

•••

• • lo • ii • • • • • • ob • •• • 11•41•.•*•

• ■•■



DINING • •

• 22140 WOODWARD AT 9 MILE • Ferndale • 544-1933






FRESH BROILED
• WHITE FISH OR LAKE TROUT •

INCLUDES 9 COURSES!

•• FRUIT CUP • SOUP OR JUICE

• • CHOICE OF POTATO • SALAD
• VEGETABLE • GREEK BREAD &

STICKS • CHOICE OF DESSERT
COFFEE OR HOT TEA

on

• • •
• •
• • •



49 • •


/2 BAR-B-Q FRESH CHICKEN
$4.25
ROAST FRESH TURKEY W/Dressing
$4.25
BABY BEEF LIVER W/Onions or bacon ....$4.25
VEAL CUTLETS
$4.25
VEAL PARMESAN
$4.25
FISH & CHIPS
$3.85

1

ALL INCLUDE ABOVE LISTED 9 COURSE ITEMS!
ALL SERVED 7 DAYS
10:30 TO CLOSING!















• Beer • Wine
• Children's Cocktails
Menu

Diet
Dishes • Ala Carte Menu •

•• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Friday, January 9, 1981 31

DETROIT

Danny Raskin's

The Best of Everything

THERE'S
A
TOUCHDOWN
being
made just about every time
someone orders at the new
PX Bar-B-Q of Flint . . . on
Southfield and 121/2 Mile .. .
in the Farrell Shopping
Plaza.
That's how owners John
Psaila and Marty Malatin
look at it in their operation
that has been getting so
much praise and approval
from people . . . There's a
certain distinct pride in the
food being served . . . with
ribs cooked on a rotisserie
after being basted with a
sauce that folks happily
used to travel to Flint for .. .
(the ribs are served dry on
request only).
PX Bar-B-Qt5n Southfield
has also become a place to go
for celebrities of all walks of
sports . . . John and Marty
are no strangers to them.
They met back in 1968
while roommates under
Coach Joe Schmidt and the
Detroit Lions . . . John was a
running back from the Kan-
sas City Chiefs . . . and
Marty a running back from
the Cleveland Browns.
The PX Bar-B-Q of Flint
is a 25-year-old operation
. . . and being here on South-
field and 12 1/2 Mile is a big
plus factor for the area .. .
Just about everything is the
same as the Flint set-up .. .
coordinated staff, recipes,
menu, etc.
Head cook at the PX in
•Southfield, Mark Levine,
son of Marian and Morris
Levine, has been at it since
he was 13 years old . . . He's
30 now, and considered
among the finest young
chefs in the area . . . espe-
cially when it comes to pre-
paring ribs and chicken.
Keeping with the football
background at PX Bar-B-Q,
Marty played three years of
center at Southfield High.
The PX menu is far from
being skimpy . . . Ribs,
chicken, steaks, 15 appetiz-
ers and side dishes,
spaghetti made to order,
Greek and antipasto salads,
etc.
Owners John and Marty
are "old pros" at winning .. .
Their PX Bar-B-Q on South-
field is already scoring a lot
of points with many people
. . . and the game has only
just begin at their Farrell's
Shopping Plaza site.
ARTHUR GIMSON,
'general manager of North-
field Hilton, Troy, was re-
cently elected a director (re-
presenting Michigan) of the
American Hotel and Motel
Association . . . Its 75 mem-
bers represent one million
hotel and' motel rooms.
WITH FOOD COSTS
spiraling and meet leading
the way, a new cookbook
put out by Concern, Inc.
. . . compiled and edited by
Grace Gruskin, its execu-
tive director, is an assis-
tance in fighting inflation
and the shrinking dollar.
The book is called, "I Am
Not A Vegetarian" ("Meat-
less main dishes for meat
eaters") . . . Grace says the
book was written "with the
most voracious meat-and-

potatoes person in mind."
It sells for $4.25 plus 17c
tax and 60` postage . . . To
get a copy, write to Concern,
Inc., 1 Northfield Plaza,
Troy, Mich. 48098.
The book's purpose is
to offer recipes and menu
suggestions to help in-
corporate vegetarian
proteins into a person's
diet ... It has about 54 re-
cipes for everything from
stuffed pepper to stew to
casseroles to stuffed
cabbage to potato kugel
to tempura to stroganoff
to turnovers to
enchiladas to fetticine to
cheeseburgers, etc. .
plus 10 interesting
household economy tips.
Like the first book pub-
lished by Concern, Inc.,
"This Can't Be Healthy, I
Like It" . . . "I Am Not A
Vegetarian" is also a mas-
terful compilation for nut-
ritious dining .. .
THERE'S A LOT of new
looks now at Jakks on
Greenfield and 10 Mile .. .
New and much brighter
wall decor, new kitchen,
new salad bar (with sneeze
proof plastic overhang), new
chandeliers, new owners .. .
and many new faces. The
same very fine employees
are there . . . and Jakks is
once again becoming a place
where people go to meet
(Continued on Page 32)

SOUTHFIELD

(WE'RE MORE THAN

D ELI

In addition to-a full delicatessen sandwich .
menu, we offer the following Supper Specials
$399
MON...STUFFED CABBAGE w/pot. & reg
WED. & SAT...BAR-B-Q SPARE RIBS w/fries cole SW/
REGULAR
$659
SHORT ENDS
$695
$995
SLAB \

TRADITIONAL FRIDAY SUPPER

• Chopped Liver App • Sgup• Salad
• Roast Chicken
• Pot • Veg • Coffee or Tea

$95

SUN...STANDING RIB OF BEEF

• Soup • Salad • Pot. • Veg.
• Coffee or Tea

Reg. Cut
Extra Cut

$775

$875

We Make Our Own New York Cheesecake Daily
Senior Citizens Early Bird Discalat 3 to 5 Not-Fri. 20% ? OFF Reg. Price

DELI-RESTAURANT

10 MILE Just East of Evergreen

Visit Our Intimate
JOHN LAFFREY'S STEAK BAR
Downstairs

Dancing and Cocktails

in
THE ANNEX

29230 Franklin Road

at Twelve Mile and Northwestern Hwy.

357-3430

352-7060f

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