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November 06, 1981 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-06

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In company it is a very

great fault to be more for-
ward in setting off one's self,
and talking to show one's

parts, than to learn the
worth, and be truly ac-
quainted with the abilities
of men.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Starring Jimmy Launce
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Performances' Fri. & Sal Cocktails 7pm DInner 7:30pm
Show 8 45prn
Wed Mat. at noon
Group Rates & Performances Available
Reservat tons. 643 - 8865

Lower Level Somerset Mall

UNCHEON SPECIAL 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

2 FOR 1

SEAFOOD, CIZE A OR CHICKEN

FRIDAY — ALL DAY

FISH & CHIPS

ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT
SUNDAYS — NOON TO 5 p.m.

ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT
ON MANY ITEMS

GIRO'

1535 CASS LAKE RD. V4 Me N. of Orchard take Rd.

681 34440

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Somerset Mall

in Dearborn unveiled its
new menu ... new glasses,
new dishes ... to a select
group of folks.
The quality is there but
don't look for quantity
amidst the quiet brown
tones where expensive
tastes are satisfied with the
likes of ...
Smoked salmon and
shrimp ballantine (broccoli
and shrimp mousse) hors
d'oeuvres ... a very delicious
Red Snapper bisque au cog-
nac prepared with finely-
chopped snapper meat and
lobster butter ... blackberry
sorbet- after the Rotisserie
salad ... veal medallions
sauteed in a blend of
watercress cream and chab-
lis ... served lengthwise
rather than round ... and all
kinds of goody desserts from
a strolling pastry cart.
Chinese hors d'oeuvres
and entrees are a specialty
at Rotisserie ... as is the
usual duckling dishes with
their crisp outer layer
achieved by suspending
each duckling until com-
pletely aged ... marinated
with honey, fennel, etc. ...
and placed in a copper rotis-
serie oven in full view of
dining room patrons.
Hard to beat our waiter ...
John Salter ... he's one of the
best ... and Margo Orr, Miss
Everything during the day,
was a most gracious hostess
for the evening ... Still at
Rotisserie are a couple of
those really fine stalwarts
from yesteryears at the

Scotch 'n Sirloin on Green-
field and James Couzens

Norris Phillips and Don
Cooper.

FOR GREEK FOOD ...

Private Parties
Breakfast. Lunch and
Dinner Meetings

Altrect'o

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THEATRE

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• DINNER
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PICKLED TROUT

Y2 Springer With Stuffing

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$425

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PO, WS.

Incl. Cup of Soup & Veg.

mu. cup a soup.

Bread

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CHICKEN LIVERS with Fried Onions

Includes: Cup of Soup,
Cooked Veg., Bread & Butter_

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• ORIGINAL ESQUIRE •

353-4999.i

RE:111TAUILUIT-DELICATESSIEN

411 MILE AT LAMER warm wawa

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Specializing in Authentic
Italian-American Dining
Lunches and Dinners

he Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 36)

Harry Wheaton recom-
mends ... Grecian Gardens
on Ford Rd. and Sheldon Rd.
in Canton Township ..
owned by Steve and Rita
Stilivonay.
IT'S LIKE AN old Hum-
phrey Bogart movie when
you dine at the little Ruby
Taboo's on 1-94 and Whit-
tier ... seating only 30
people and having owner
Victor Wait on your table
while playing the har-
monica.
WOODEN NICKEL in
West Bloomfield Plaza is
now a delicatessen-
restaurant ... owned by
Merle Coleman and - Faye
Coleman ... serving 23 com-
binations, 22 regulars,
eight salads, 11 dinner spe-
cials, blintzes, pancakes,
lox, etc. ... plus eight kinds
of omelettes ... Everything
on the menu including
dinners are served all day ...
11 to 9 Monday-Saturday
and 9 to 9 Sunday.
Wooden Nickel is a small
place but very neat and
comfortable-looking with
its 11 counter seats included
in the 44 capacity ... People
cane from all over for the
noted beef barley soup re-
tained by Merle and Faye
from the recipe of former
Purple Pickle and Wooden
Nickle ... previously owned
by Ken Frankfort ... This
locale was the first one that
Ken changed when he went
from Purple Pickle to

Wooden Nickel at all his
places.
In 1958, Merle worked at
Ben & George's on Dexter
with Ben Epstein and
George Fink ... later at Dar-
bys for Sam Boesky ... and
then for Sam Lerman at Ben
& George's in Livonia ... He
and brother Tom used to
have Boesky's on 10 Mile
and Lahser ... Tom, who now
owns the Figurehead on
Nine Mile west of Tele-
graph, was at Darby's 13
years as its second cook.
BEST FOOD BUY in
town is that seafood buffet
... $9.95 ... all you can eat ...
Friday nights outside the
Coffee Gardens at Michigan
Inn.

FRANK MELTZER

writes ... "Apple cider 'til
Sunday, Dec.-- 6? Yes, come
rain, sun or snow the
Franklin Cider Mill on
Franklin Rd. at 14 Mile in
Franklin Village keeps
open. Now owned and oper-
ated by Jack Peltz, the 'Mill'
is recognized as an histori -
cal building by the Depart-
ment of the Interior. It was
completed in 1837, the same
year Michigan became a
state, by Colonel Peter Van
Every.
"The original lumber was
white oak, white pine and
black walnut — all hewed
and finished by hand. The
'press' will hold 120 bushels
of apples at a time, is rated
at nearly 90 tons of pressure
and was shipped from
Europe in the early part of
the 19th Century. It was
originally operated by
water power (you may still
see the wheel behind the
mill) but, about 12 years
ago, because of flood condi-
tions, the mill was changed -
over to motorized power.
"The Franklin Cider Mill
has been a trip-target for sc-
outs, seniors and families
for many, many years. It
opens on the Labor Day
weekend and will close on
the first Sunday in De-
cember. Hours are 9 a.m. 'til
6 p.m. Here you can meet
Jack in his shop coat, work-
ing side by side with his em-
ployees. Some have been
with him since the '50s at
the House of Foods at Seven
Mile and Schaefer. in De-
troit. You can see a film,
starring Jack and his em-
ployees, showing some of
the mill activities, watch
the press being loaded with
apples and see the pressure
squeeze the juice from the
120 bushels of apples —
juice which emerges white
and, after a process of filter-
ing emerges, through
faucets and into jugs of all
sizes to a gallon, in that
familiar golden-brown
cider. The golden color is the
result of fermentation and
oxidization.
"Fresh cider served up
with freshly-made spiced
donuts is the object of the
visitors but you can pur-
chase fresh apples, honey,
home-made maple fudge,
jams, jelly, fruit cake;
cheeses, beef stix and other
delicacies. Also Franklin
Cider Mill t-shirts."

Friday, November 6, 1981 31

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