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May 15, 1981 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Chef's Specials

The Best of Everything

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Served Mon. thru Sat. Nights %as)cp.:5

NEW YORK STEAK

ON A SIZZLING PLATTER

Or

BROILED FLORIDA

RED SNAPPER

COMPLETE DINNER INCLUDES: SOUP, SALAD,

VEGETABLE OR POTATO
40 OTHER ENTREE ITEMS ALSO AVAILABLE

Live Entertainment & Dancing
Monday thru Saturday

23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.

353-5170

SUNSET
SPECIAL

It pays to come early!
Really get your net's worth
with Charley's special early
evening prices.

Mon-Sat 5-6 p.m.

ehaRleq's
eRab

Serving the good
tastes of Detroit
5498 Crooks Road
Troy • 879-2060

American Express Honored

SUNDAYS AT SCHULER'S...

BRING YOUR
BUNCH T

BRUNCH!

This Sunday take the whole
family to a delicious
Win Schuler's brunch. It includes
all your favorites that make
Sunday a very special family day.
We're waiting for you...so call us
now for reservations.
Children under 10—$2.95,
under 6—FREE.

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the

Danny Raskin's

RID CEDARS

& ti l ers®

WEST BLOOMFIELD
6066 West Maple • 851-8880

Brunch: 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

YOU KNEW THAT one
day Pete Larco would open a
second place . . . but you
never would have guessed
the location.
It's the Sheraton Inn on
I-75 off West Road in
Woodhaven . . . called Lar-
co's South.
Most of the faces are
different and the place
doesn't look one iota like
Pete's place on Six Mile that
he opened with brothers
Nick and Mike in February
1953.
But the Larco touch is
still there . . . with food
from a smaller and more
reasonable menu tasting
much the same . . . pre-
pared by Pete's son Mike,
and Joseph Coleman . . .
Also there are Jim Macri
Jr., whose father, Pete's
brother-in-law, is at the
Six Mile Rd. cash register
. . . and Chris Rado, an-
other Larco stalwart.
Our waitress, Carla
Duncan, is also a familiar
face . . . She was on Six
Mile for almost five years.
It's the same very good
Steak Siciliana . . . and the
same delicious filet topped
with Pete's private sauce.
And if you ever thought
he wouldn't have a musical
combo, you're wrong . . .
Larco's South is made up
of a dining area, separate
lounge bar and private ban-
quet rooms . . . In the
lounge is a jazz, standards,
Latin, etc. quartet playing
for listening and dancing.
If possible, Pete would,
be at both places at the
same time . . . As it is, he
puts on plenty of miles
and time is no factor.
After all the rumors
about Pete opening another
Larcos, he finally did . . .
perhaps a bit farther than
people thought . . . but
nonetheless he did it . . .
and the presumption could
be very correct that Pete
hasn't stopped looking . . .
One of these days, there'll
be another Larco's . . . on
the northwest.
AMONG THE FINEST
children's nightclubs
around is that of Spaghetti
Co. Etc. at the south end of
Wonderland Shopping Cen-
ter on Middlebelt and
Plymouth.
Dinner is at six . . . show
at seven . . . with Lowe,
Hamilton Puppet Theater,
four very talented people,
putting on a most enjoyable
40-minute show.
There's no charge for the
puppet show . . . the
youngsters get a free kiddie
cocktail . . . their dinner is
just $2.65, and includes
them making their own an-
tipasto salad from the buffet
table which by itself is ordi-
narily $4.15.
The kids have their
own private room . . .
seating about 100 . . .
and watch a very profes-
sional performance . . .
The lights go out at seven
sharp and spotlights
come on . . . plus a re-
volving ballroom ball
throwing dotted flickers
all over the room in pic-

Friday, May 15, 1981

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turesque fashion.
The kiddie goodie eve-
nings are Friday and Satur-
day at Spaghetti Co. Etc. in
Livonia . . . and it's best to
make reservations (522-
5880).
Adults must be accom-
panied by children.
EVER HEAR OF kosher
Southern Fried Chicken?
. . . It's available now in
buckets or trays . . . at Lil
Bloom's on Coolidge south
of 10 Mile in Oak Park . . .
The carry-out counter run
by Shirlee Bloom has every-
thing from fish to soup to
luscious breaded veal cut-
lets to a la carte and com-
plete dinners.
FOR 25 YEARS, Al
Dangovian had been doing
Bea Cohen's hair . . . Now
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27877

ORCHARD LAKE RD .

AT 12 Ma OFF 696

8514094

Open Mon. thru Sat. _
11:30 a.ra.-2:30 a.m.

HOMEMADE
ITALIAN CUISINE

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Saloon-

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(Below Roman Terrace)

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: NOW
OPEN FOR LUNCH

Open

for Lunch Mon.-Sat. from 11:30
Open Sun. 4 p.m.

NOW APPEARING at the

"Country House"

Recording Artists

Carl & Brenda
Vanover

& Shenandoah

Tues. thru Sat. Evenings

for your listening & dancing pleasure

I . . Always the finest in

• LUNCHEONS !DINNER • COCKTAILS

Featuring Our Famous

Appetizer Buffet at both locations
Served at Lunch apd Dinner

This Sunday bring the entire
family for delicious, good old-fashioned .. .

Family Style Chicken Dinner

$7 g 5

All You Can Eat
Country House
M per person
, -
Farm Fried Chicken
Children
-Tender Spring Chicken, Served Family Style
$ 4 9 5 10 & under
with all the trimmings

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Join Us At Our Sumptuous Sunday

Family Brunch $c95

10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Children under 10, $4.50

Serving Luncheons Monday thru Saturday
Dinners 7 Days

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We cater to all parties and banquets
Call for Information and Reservations

TOPINKA'S ON THE BLVD.
2980 W. GRAND BLVD.
875-2614

TOPINKA'S COUNTRY HOUSE
24010 W. 7 MILE
531-9000

Serving Luncheons
& Dinners
Open Mon. thru Sat.

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