THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
iThe Best of Everything
Friday, January 23, 1981
NEW YORK — Prof.
Larry Katz, dean of the
University of Baltimore
Law School, was recently
named national chairman
of the "Campaign to Relieve
Independent Education," an
effort for tuition tax credits
recently launched by
Agudath Israel of America.
It seats 133 in two rooms
PRIOR TO 1978, it was Rotisserie at Hyatt Regency
. . . one of all booths and the
known as the Coach & Four in Dearborn.
Bill Anton, who did such a other also with tables .. .
. . . a nice place to get a de-
cent meal . . . Then in that great job of organizing "A The open and enclosed
year, the name was changed Taste of Detroit" during the kitchens with their oodles of
to Rafters . . . at Stouffer's Republican National Con- ceramic and glistening
Northland Inn, which had vention here, was chairman stainless steel, put out a lot
opened in 1961 as one of the of the inaugural eat and of food . . . with fine pre-
first suburban hotels in the drink tasting sessions.
Like the tuna or salmon
The 50 chosen restau-
There is a decided dif- rants served their house salads in large plastic shells
ference now at Rafters .. . specialty in hors d' with stalks of celery stick-
eating 106 . . . plus 55 more oeuvres size portions to ing up . . . of fresh fruit on
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n the hall cocktail lounge more than 40,000 invited
with its intimate cove areas inaugural guests ... 14 of
I'D WALK A
. . . Its remodeling of 1978 is America's great wineries
a wide distinction of soft also participated by serv-
MILE FOR A
lighting, beige table cloths, ing their finest vinos .
brown napkins, window The four days of "tast-
planters along the outside ing" was held at the Na-
ledge, with fresh greens, ta- tional Visitor Center
bles with fresh flowers .. . where guests also picked
many with candlelight .. . up their tickets for other
and others with low- inaugural events.
The kickoff was a Joint
hanging ceiling lamps.
NEWEST, MOST FASHIONABLE
The room is warm, inti- Inaugural Committee/
mate and most conducive to Transition Committee re-
ception Jan. 16 and contin-
Sarah Gribbes, ordi- ued through Monday .. .
narily a fine cocktail Food and wine was served
waitress in the lounge, each day from noon, til 6..
pitched in as . evening p.m. •
hostess while we were
there ... and it was her DEPT. . . . at Rex A.Z.A.,
smile that immediately il- BBYO, Bnai Brith Lodge
SAT., JAN. 24 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
luminated the opening reunion . . . Fairlane Club
devilishly tine dining and spirited drink
for a pleasant evening.
Hart Plaza 963-3131
Regular evening hostess, courteous Glenda Taylor,
a big favorite with so many Barbara Webster and
people, is Wynn Wenchler, Theresa Sylvester . . . Also
nice to see their supervisor,
who was off that night.
New evening manager, Roxanne Lamontaine, help-
• BREAD & BUTTER
Michael Krusiewicz, has ing the girls out instead of
turned things around very standing around giving or-
• COFFEE OR TEA
much in favor of pleasant ders.
CHICKEN PAPRIKASH Or
dining . . . Of this, Bill Bow-
ONE WEEK ONLY JAN. 23 thru JAN. 29
ers, general manager at SPONSE to Lobster Broil
HUNGARIAN COMBO PLATE
Stouffer's Northland Inn, is at Eater's Digest on Wood-
ward and 13 Mile, and Blar-
well aware, I'm sure.
Our waitress for the eve- by's on Van Dyke, has been
ning was .courteous, effi- so overwhelming that it is
WED: THRU SAT. 4 to 1 p.m.
cient Shirley Ziamba . . . 12 now being offered at the Egg
years at the Coach & Four and I restaurants . . . 100
and Rafters . . . and before percent pure lobster meat
that Stouffer's former res- for $2.79 . . . Hard to believe
TUES.-THURS. 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
taurant across the street. . . . but a mammoth buy is
FRI. 11 a.m. to 12 mid.
I had -an excellent enabling owner Art Berg to
SAT. 3 p.m. to 12 mid.
SUN. 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.
dinner ... broiled scrod give this low cost, taste bud
very well prepared, not a delight.
ETHNIC FOODS — STEAKS —
THE • SOMETHING DIFFERENT
Eater's Digest on Wood-
single bone and most
tasty ... With this, two .ward is also where we had so
& His Gypsy
steamed vegetables, much fun . . . with tele-
fresh cabbage and fresh phones on each table .. .
Reservations: 843 - 5611
a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
green beans ... Also a
1 BLK. N. OF 11 MILE RD.
1-75 (Fisher) at SPRINGWELLS EXIT
salad with house dres- Keno for discounts on our
All Credit Cards
sing of white French and tab . . . with winning num-
bers coming over the phone
Good food, reasonable . . . dialing number for
prices, experienced service horoscope, etc.
and elegant atmosphere all
combine to make Rafters a Quartet with Matt Michaels
place to go for delightful on piano and Jack at the
dining. vibes, is now appearing
Rafters atop Stouffer's Wednesday and Thursday
Northland Inn on J.L. Hud- at John Laffrey's Vine-
son Drive . . . with its wide yard's Annex cocktail
windows for scenic views of lounge . . . next to the res-
Northland and environs ... taurant . . . on Franklin Rd.
like its name counterpart, and Northwestern at 12
Also appearing on the same
Two great new features on
Coach & Four, is lacking in Mile.
headline is Tapperooney's
Bob Posch returns to-
only one thing . . . Too many
new Greek Salad.
people are allowed to forget night to the Annex with his
menu. Beef Nachos, star-
It's the real thing, with feta
it is there.
ring chopped sirloin, three classy
DETROIT performances Friday and_
cheese, beets, imported olives with
AREA restaurants were Saturday nights, 9 p.m. and
cheeses, hot peppers and more,
more of Tapperooney's fine fresh
selected among the 50 to 11 p.m.
THERE ARE MANY
participate in "A Taste of
fried corn chips served with their
Yes, Tapperooney's still serves their
America" during the 1981 qualities which make a res-
Presidential 'inauguration taurant stand out . . . clean-
famous baby back ribs, they just felt it
homemade hot sauce. This is big
festivities in Washington, liness, service, good food,
was time for an encore.
enough to keep most machos happy.
D.C. gracious atmosphere . .
Kingsley Inn on Wood-, These factors are all part of
SHOWTIMEI SEVEN DAYS A WEEK! 1824 W. 14 Mile at Crooks, 280-0050
ward in Bloomfield Hills, what makes up The Ginger
Ask your waitress for a FREE Tapperooney's bumper sticker.
Anton's on Mack in Grosse Man on Telegraph and
Pointe, Charley's Crab, 1-75 Maple in the Bloomfield
and CrookS in Troy, and La Plaza.
BY POPULAR DEMAND
WILL SERVE CUSTOMERS
TWO DIFFERENT KINDS OF
BEAN & BARLEY OR POTATO
ONE DAY ONLY
SEE WHY WE ARE NO. 1 IN METROPOLITAN DETROIT
27161 GREENFIELD RD.
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