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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-26

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38 Friday, March 26, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ihG st Diti1116 IlY STYLE

Danny Raskin's

The Best of Everything

PEOPLE ASK why folks
come from all over to enjoy
the fare at Red Devil, Fen-
kell and Greenfield . . . and
the reasons are apparent
with a visit . . . It's clean,
spacious and easily one of
the top eateries around for
family dining . . . within a
family budget . . . Costs go
up on food but Red Devil
prices remain the same . . .
and everything served is
high quality. You can't
fool owner Yahia (pro-
nounced Ya-Ya) Mawari on
the meat . . . Back in 1975,
he had his own butcher shop
in Dearborn . . . Today as
the always smiling "Ya Ya"
greeting people and work-
ing constantly, he is celeb-
rating his second anniver-
sary as owner of the 165-
seater Red Devil.
Besides being a former
butcher, Yahia, was also a
chef in Europe . . . His
place here is packed during
lunch, some people driving
all the way from Downtown
Detroit . . . He does a tre-
mendous carry-out business
. . . has a beautiful private
banquet room . . . and eve-
ning dinners there are a
must with many who also
enjoy having a courteous
man outside in attendance
at the lighted parking.
A lot of peOple still
don't know that Red
Devil also serves
cocktails . . . They re-
member when it only had
beer and wine . . . The
pleasant-looking -bar
amid a homey surround-
ing presents an added at-
traction.
There were four of us . . .
I was in a craving mood for
Red Devil pizza, considered
to be among the best round-
ers . . . The craving was so
great that when waitress
Vera Miller asked what I
wanted on it, the answer
was everything and any-
thing that could be thought
of . . . That is, except an-
chovies, which I ordered on
the side but never received.
The pizza came seemingly
with whatever they had in
the kitchen . . . and was it
good! . . . You'd think with
all that stuff it would be too
heavy and too much a
clashy mixture . . . But
Red Devil pizzas are noted
to be in a private class that
ooze with tasteful, light
goodness atop crisp thin
dough . . . regardless of
what you order on them . . .
Three different cheeses . . .
non-processed . . . are also
a Red Devil pizza
trademark.
Although the yearning
was so great for pizza, I
couldn't pass up the wonder-
ful antipasto salad . . . or
any of those soft bread
sticks soaked in garlic bat-
ter and made to order on the
spot at Red Devil.
Marilyn Frumkin was
on a diet and bravely
passed up everything
until her dinner came
. . . "One of the best
pieces of broiled chicken
I've ever tasted," said
Marilyn . . . Her hus-
band, Sid, and my wife,

.

Frieda, had the full-
bodied, very tasty mines-
trone soup . . . Sid had
delicious Veal Tosca and
Frieda ordered the tasty
Veal Parmigian,a . . .
with a side of rolled Sal-
timbocca tossed in.
You could tell that
Yahia's experience as a
butcher pays off . . . The
fresh veal quality at Red
Devil is very high . . . and
customers don't have to pay
an arm and a leg to get it.

Red Devil is open seven-
days-a-week . . . and little
wonder that it ranks among
the finest neighborhood res-
taurants.
PICKLE BARREL has
a celebration this week . .
the end of a very bad winter
(it and many others hope).
People can buy as much
corned beef or pastrami as
they want, one pound or
more . . . and get an equal
amount free from today
until next Thursday . . .
Not just one pound, mind
you . . . as much as folks
want!
MIXING BUSINESS
with fun is a pastime with
the new A & B Merchandis-
ing team of Joe Anne
Adams and John Monet
. . . and on one day each
month, it's all fun . . The
second in its area series of
shindigs was recently given
at Topinka's Country House
on W. Seven Mile and Tele-
graph . . . for birthday gals
Sadye Mattis, Farmington
Hills, and Nancy Morrison,
Birmingham . . . plus Mer-
chant of The Month Awards
to Mark Meyerson of Bud-
dy's Bar-B-Que, Far-
mington Hills, and Dave
Underdown, Douglas
Cleaners, Birmingham.
The winners were picked
up at their residences in
chauffered limousine and
brought to Topinka's . . .
for cocktails, dinner with
violin entertainment . . .
and an excellent magic
show . . . Sadye and Nancy
got birthday cakes
Mark and Doug received
plaques.
The magic was in a class
of its own . . . by Al Wyg-
ant, whose extraordinary
sleight of hands brings
wide-eyed amazement
wherever he appears . . .
whether it's on stage in Las
Vegas or a Bar Mitzva in
Southfield, where he and
wife Marcy live.
Besides being a very fine
magician, Al is one of the
best left-handed golfers
around . . . and a former
New York Yankee first base
farmhand who back in 1956
hit 10 homers in four West-
ern League games at
peka . . . They take a
backseat, however, to his
magical wizardry and witty
repartee.
TIM HEWITT and Feel-
ings debut in Dewey's at
Michigan Inn this Monday
. . . ap`pearing through
April 10.
LOVING CUP with
songstress Marlene Hill is
at the Stephenson Club, just

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