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July 31, 1981 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 31, 1981

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VOTED NO. 1
SQUARE PIZZA

Detroit News
Detroit Free Press BY
AAA Motor News

Baddy's Pizza

Carry

Locale No. 1
11125 CONANT, Car. McNickols

Locale No. 2
Carry-Out Oily locale
81110 Old 13 Mile Rd.
14156 E. 12 Mile, Warm - i blk. t. Vag *1,1 Ni. s.13 tie

374-9200 .

777-3400

892-9001

SERVING GREAT MEXICAN &
AMERICAN FOOD

I HAPPY HOUR

4 to 7 & 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.

MON.-FRI.

4616 N. WOODWARD PA blks. s. of 14 MILE

549-2323

Royal Oak

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lertwee
27122 ORCHARD

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LAKE RD..
AT 12 MILE OFF 696 851-4094
Open Mon. thru Sat.

1 1:30 a.ru.-2:30

(Continued from Page 31)
simple menu of pate and
cheese, French bread, chil-
led melon and peaches ($6
per person) . . . to an ex-
travagant dinner of poached
fresh salmon with lemon
and mayonnaise, marinated
vegetables and mushrooms,
baked stuffed peaches,
cookie selection, English
Stilton soaked in port wine
and crusty French bread
($18 per person).
The menu has 11 differ-
ent meals or customers can
create their own combina-
tions by ordering entrees,
appetizers, salads and des-
serts by the portion.

WONDER WHY . .

LUNCHES & DINNER

P.M.

HOMEMADE
ITALIAN CUISINE

McFROCK'

Saloon

(Below Roman Terrace)

SUNDAY

LASAGNA and SPAGHETTI
SPECIAL DINNERS

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

Michigan state law is not
enforced regarding illegal
use 'of the term, "Kosher
Style"? . . . There is no
such thing . . . It either is
kosher or isn't . . . Also
enforcement against use of
"Delicatessen-Style"? .. .
Federal law states it can
only be stated if the product
is made in a delicatessen.
THE BAR-B-Q HOUSE
of Southfield, on Greenfield
just south of 12 Mile, is be-
coming a major priority on
the restaurant visiting lists
of many people . . . Espe-
cially now that the former
Raven Gallery site has
signs telling folks about
entrance and parking in the
rear.
Many who visited the
former Raven entered from
Greenfield and were con-
fused by no door under the
Bar-B-Q House awning . . .
Entrance is better in the
rear because of being di-
rectly off the large parking
lot.
Owner Wayne Zanti (he
has the Bar-B-Q House of
Warren), cousin Danny
Paoli who works with .
Wayne, and close friend
Mike Zafferano, put in
about 8,000 hours getting
Bar-B-Q House of South-

SALADS
SOUPS
QUICHE
BREADS
PASTRIES
CROISSANT
SANDWICHES

PICNICS
SPECIAL
ORDERS
DESSERTS
HAAGEN DAZS
FROSTYOGURT

EVERYTHING MADE FRESH DAILY!

Open 7 days a week 8:30 am to 9:00 pm

273 Pierce, Birmingham

(next to the Birmingham Bookstore)

645-9122

Specializing in Authentic
Italian-American Dining
Lunches and Dinners

The Best of Everything )

field together . . . doing all
plumbing in the kitchen, all
paneling, all tile work in the
rest rooms, kitchen floor,
drop ceiling, etc.
There's much nostal-
gia, to . . . When Dodge
Main in Hamtramck was
torn down, Wayne
bought metal doors from
the rest rooms, all auto-
matic door closers and
other hardware to use at
his Bar-B-Q House of
Southfield.
Every Thanksgiving, he
goes door-to-door with
friends and collects canned
goods for the needy . . .
Each year, Goodfellows give
him the names of six
families . . . They get a big
Thanksgiving dinner,
thanks to Wayne, who also
buys the turkeys and has
some of his suppliers chip in
with a bit of food.
Bar-B-Q,House of South-
field is probably one of the
cleanest bar-b-q operations
around : . . being a stickler
for cleanliness, Wayne in-
vites people to visit his
kitchen at any time . . .
while so many other restau-
rant owners hope and pray
their customers don't see
k there.
what's going on bac
He is the fellow at the
enclosed rotisseries on
weekends . . . and makes
his own sauces . . . mild
and hot . . . Wayne's tole
slaw is the only one of its
kind around . . . with
chunky , grated American
cheese . . . Folks get all the
garlic bread they want . . .
and their choice of two types
--of potatoes, reo-ular French
fried or Bar-B-Q House
kitchen fries made with the
peel on them.
About those rotisseries
. . . They're the real good
ones . . . like the bar-b-q
places of yesteryears . . .
made by Jos. Cheifer .
Those who remember
can't forget how good
ribs tasted made on a Joe
Cheifer machine.
Bar-B-Q House of South-
field seats 100 people
downstairs . . and 150 in
the upstairs balcony.
A fire hasn't got a chance
at Bar-B-Q House . . . The
overhead sprinkler system
is a wonder in itself . .
Pump for it takes up an
entire former store room.
All in all, Bar-B-Q House
of Southfield has quite a bit
going for it . . . good food,
good service, beautiful at-
mosphere and safety . . .
Another big plus is now let-
ting people know how to get
in.
-
Bar-B-Q House of South-
field is open seven days each'
week - . . . and serves food
until 3 a.m. on Fridays and
Saturdays.
JULIE GRANDON,
9-year-old daughter of
Laura and Richard
Grandon, is already start-
ing on one of her vocations
. . . as an artist . . . years
ahead of time . . . She
makes all those lettered
posters with items and
prices at Max's Snack Bar
refreshment counter in the
Oak Park Cushion 'n Cue
(Continued on Page 33)

7225 W. McNichols (6 blks. W. of Livemols) UN 2-6455

Your Hosts: HELEN 8 ANDY ZERVAS of

'LENNY'S

DELICATESSEN — RESTAURANT

29556 ORCHARD LAKE RD. Just North of 13 Mile • Farm. Hills
851-.5444

• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER
NON:THURS. 8 to 9 p.m.
FRI. i SAT. 8 te 10 p.m., SUN 8 to 3 p.m.

ALL DINNERS INCLUDE: SOUP, SALAD
OR VEG., POT. & RICE PUDDING

Senior Citizens 10% Discount

I TRAY CATERING OUR SPECIALTY I

COOL-9

RESTAURANT-DELICATESSEN

(Formerly Esquire Two)

22110 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE
In A & P Shopping Center

399-4440
Oak Park
LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS
11 a.m. to 9 p.m. — 7 DAYS A WEEK

$3.50
STUFFED CABBAGE OR PEPPER
$3.95
BOILED BEEF FLANKEN
$3.50
BABY BEEF LIVER w/Grilled Onions
$3.50
ROAST FRESH TONGUE w/Brown Gravy
$3.50
CHOPPED SIRLOIN STEAK w/Onion Gravy
$3.50
BREADED VEAL CUTLETS w/Brown Gravy
$3.95
BRAISED SHORT RIBS OF BEEF
$3075
1/2 BAR-B-Q CHICKEN
$4.25
BOILED CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE
ALL ABOVE INCLUDE: VEGETABLE, POTATO,
CHOICE OF COLE SLAW, APPLESAUCE OR COTTAGE
CHEESE, AND BREAD & BUTTER

COMPLETE

CARRY-OUT

TRAY 1ATERING
ALL
OCCASIONS

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400 I.U.
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Reg. $19.95
Only $15.95 with coupon

Recommended Especially For
People Over 40
Good thru Aug. 6, 1981 on oil

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SUNDAY
BRUNCH

11 a.m. to 3 (p.m.

Variety of hot & col items,
juices. fruits, bagels, cheese,
scrambled eggs, potato pan-
cakes, fish, seafood, chicken,
salads, casseroles, desserts.
etc., etc.. etc.

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11 a.m.. to 11 p.m.
Natural Gourmet
Foods . . . Spe-
cializing in Fish,
Seafood, Salads,
Vegetarian dishes
From $3

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VIOBIN
I Cold Unprocessed-Unrefined
WHEAT GERM OIL
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Reg. $7
I Only $5.95 with coupon

$795

Lunch and Dinner

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TUPELO BLOSSOM
U.S. Fancy Pure
HONEY
4 lbs. 5 oz.
Reg. $10.37
Only $8.50 with coupon

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1 p HEALTHY JONES 1

29221 NORTHWESTERN HWY • N. of 12 Mile Rd. • SOUTHFIELD
TELEPHONE: (313) 353-7766

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