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August 28, 1981 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, August 28, 1981

Preparing for UJA Tour

ANO*IN

Members of the recent United Jewish Appeal uni-
versity mission to Hungary, Austria and Israel view a
model of the ancient city of Jerusalem before visiting
the Old City. A participant on the mission was Univer-
sity of Michigan student Lois Solomon.

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VEGETABLE OR POTATO
40 OTHER ENTREE ITEMS ALSO AVAILABLE

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23O55 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.

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Danny Raskin's

The Best of Everything

MANY PEOPLE still
remember it as that little
Italian restaurant once
called San Marino . . . on
Gratiot and 10 Mile Rd. . . .
It's been five years since
Jim Cammarata has taken
over .. . added cocktails .. .
a more extensive and imag-
inative menu . . . com-
pletely decorated it from
one end to the other and
made it the kind of place a
person goes to when some
honest-to-goodness home-
style Sicilian cooking is
wanted.
Mr. Jim's Lotsa Pasta
seats only 60 people . . . but
every inch of space is well-
taken . . . by people who go
there for a good meal that so
closely resembles Italian
home cooking.
Plus his regular menu,
Jim has something he now
calls an Italian Festival
Dinner, Sunday through
Thursday . . . It's from soup
to nuts .. . literally and
figuratively speaking .. .
for eight or more people .. .
at $14.95 per person . . . The
eight is because of such
large preparation for all the
food.
We had this feast
and it was every bit as
good as we'd been told .. .
plus being very well
worth the money . . . Trip
to the Italian antipasto
salad bar, soup (I had

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Enjoy Our Fine Menu Downstairs

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Including . . . Spinach Salad,
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at Twelve Mile and Northwestern Hwy.

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CIATERING FOR ALL
OCCASIONS

some delicious home-
made cauliflower soup
that was superb), string
beans in tomato sauce,
zucchini, • home-made
noodles topped with
meat sauce, Bracciole
(rolled beef), delicious
Breaded Veal Siciliano,
Mr. Jim's famous
Eggplant Parmigiana,
made with bread crumbs,
cheese, tomato sauce and
spices; individual pop-
pyseed bread, fresh fruit
(watermelon and can-
taloupe), large mixed
nuts in the shell and
spumoni.
There's no stopping be-
cause it's all served family-
style . . . Folks liking some-
thing particularly well and
wanting more can have it
. . . at no extra charge .. .
But Mr. Jim's does need 24
hours notice.
Our waitress, Marlene
Porter, was courteous, effi-
cient and smilingly pleas-
ant . . . Jim is a working
boss . . . putting an apron
over his vest and cooking a
lot of those goodies his fine
waitresses serve.
There's entertainment
also . . . and the gent now
appearing is among the
finest one-man shows on the
east side . . . Bill Murphy,
very talented guitarist-
vocalist handling a clever
repartee with his audience
. . . plus singing songs from
Italian operas to "Hava
Nagela," "What I Did For
Love," "Sunrise, Sunset,"
theme from TV's "Love
Boat," "Granada," etc. .. .
plus Calypso, Spanish,
Irish, Mexican and Italian
songs.
Bill's not afraid to work
either ... While we were
there he started at 9 and
didn't leave his stool until
well after 10.
I had been hearing so
many fine things about Mr.
Jim's Lotsa Pasta and fi-
nally was able to find out
why . . . Hard to beat good
Sicilian home cooking . .
and that's what Jim is giv-
ing . . . to a lot of happy
people.
JOSH WHITE JR. is at
the Railroad Crossing on E.
Eight Mile through this
Saturday night, with three
shows nightly . . . first one
at 9 p.m.
LENORE PAXTON,
jazz pianist and songstress,
is at Archibald's on Wood-
ward in Birmingham,
through tomorrow night.
LOVING CUP with
Marlene Hill is appearing
through tomorrow night at
"Backstreet," the new
restaurant-lounge in Hil-
crest Country Club on
Groesbeck Hwy. south of 17
Mile . . . Tuesday - Satur-
day.
SKYWALKER quartet
is at Brownie's on Jefferson.
St. Clair Shores . . . playing
Glenn Miller's greatest
tunes through today's top 40
. . . plus some disco.
INTERIOR, playing top'
40s, is at Jimmy's in Far-
mington Holiday Inn on W.

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10 OZ. PRIME N.Y. STRIP STEAK$7.95
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VEAL CUTLETS
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