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June 18, 1982 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-18

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34 Friday, June 18, 1982
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

STEPHENSON
CLUB

Hazel Park

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

542-9196

FOR 25 TO 300
• Anniversaries • Bar Mitzvas • All Parties • Showers
• Banquets • Bat Mitzvas • Reunions • Weddings
OPEN MON. THRU SAT. . . . Featuring Fine Steak, Noble Wines,
Casual Elegance & House Specialties Including Fresh Fish

NOW APPEARING

BILLY KALLEO TRIO

DANCING TUES.-SAT.

FREE

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COCKTAIL

WITH ALL DINNERS

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A Pleasant Surprise and
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at
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19460 W. 10 MILE RD. (1 Blk. E. of Evergreen)
352-7466

• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner
In the Casual Elegant
Atmosphere You Want For
Gracious Enjoyable Dining

1 days a week

Enjoy Our Fine Dinner Specials .
Different Each Day

-Hours-
Mon:-Sat. 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Sun. 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.



KOGY'S, on Big Beaver
between Crooks and 1-75 in
Troy, is the third restaurant
on the same site . . . Top of
Troy Building . . . and
seemingly the most likely to
make it go.
Original owners at
Bonaventure could have
had a successful operation
but too much friction be-
tween them and under-
handed hanky-panky de-
stined its doom . . . Then
came Sydney's, owned by
Syd Harris, a former local
comic and Chicago booking
agent before coming here,
who thought running a res-
taurant was putting on a
smiling show at the door.
Now comes Kogy's, run
methodically byFred Bean,
former partner with the late
Kogy Aaronson since open-
ing on April 20, 1981 . . . It
is all restaurant now . . .
seating 225 in elegant sur-
roundings of brown and
beige tones . . . step-down
center bar . . . alcoves for
private dining and the addi-
tion of "The Garden Room"
for private meetings and
parties.
Kogy's now has two
sizes of items offered . . .
smaller at lower price
. . instead of all the stuff
that fills a person up be-
fore he or she gets to eat
. . . and secretly had to
be added within the prev-
ious prices . . . The large
or small portions theme
now at Kogy's is good be-
cause it is now not an
overstuffing restaurant
. . . with folks ordering
whatever volume of food
they want . . . and pay-
ing accordingly.
Executive Chef Mark
Carter is a personable and
well-experienced young
man with good ideas, plus a
love for creating dishes
people rave about.
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Michigan Inn • 16400 J.L. Hudson Drive •Southfield, Michigan 48075

visit during lunch, Mary
Hague, is indicative of the
type of service personnel
Fred has . . . congenial, ef-
ficient, smiling and pleas-
ant as she properly served
from the right side and
brought coffee in fresh cups.
Charles Rowland is at the
piano Tuesday through
Saturday evenings.
The big imposing sign on
the Top of Troy Building
reads "KOGY'S" . . . with a
sort of soft elegance . . . It's
the same inside . . . and a
pleasant dining delight.
HIDDEN AWAY in a
shopping center on 10 Mile
.just west of Telegraph is the
Gold - Coin -Chinese restau-
rant . . . with its 110 seat-
ing and private cocktail bar
lounge . . . Owner Howard
Lew came to America in
1952 . . . was a waiter and
captain . . . In 1954 he
opened House of. Ming in
New York . . . In Detroit,
1964, Howard introduced
Ming Palace at Northland
. . . leaving it in 1968.
July will be fourth an-
niversary of Gold Coin . . .
Kim Lew, Harold's wife,
comes out of the kitchen to
see that the place is clean
. . . while he serves as host
and watches the front.
Waiter Barry Stern, son
of Lillian and Alvin Stern,
brought us dishes as re-
quested . . . cooked in veg-
etable oil . . . and without
MSG (monosodium gluta-
mate) . . . There was no dif-
ference in taste without
MSG . . . and using oil in-
stead of lard is also a tre-
mendous asset for good
health.
Four of us, including
Scott, in town from
Texas, and his boy friend
Kenny Maier, devoured
wonton soup, almond
boneless chicken,
pressed duck, Lung Har
Kew (saute of lobster
chunks, mushrooms,
snow peas and Chinese
vegetables, Cantonese
Chow.Mein with beef and
some of the best fried rice
tasted in a long time.
Gold Coin has its own way
of cooking . . . and a pleas-
ure to eat in such clean sur-
roundings.
THERE'LL BE A NEW
interior look soon at Ex-
calibur, Northwestern
Hwy. and Franklin near 12
Mile . . . It'll close June 27
. . . and re-open July 6 . . .
with dance floor where the
gazebo now is . . . The
gazebo will be at the present
piano bar location . . .
booths along the bar side
moved across the room and
facing the dance floor . . .
and the Billy Rose Quartet
against the wall on other
side of the room.
Billy and his group . . .
he's vocal and guitar . . .
Billy Marr, piano . . . Rudy
Goldie, bass . . -. and Chris
Rose, vocals and drums . . .
are big favorites . . . play-
ing popular and standard
songs people can relate to.
PANT MARTIN and her
Pizazz group end their stay
at Darlin' Lilly's, Orchard
Lake Rd. near 13 Mile, June

(Continued on Page 35)

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NEW SHOW STARTS JUNE 25

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SUNDAYS THRU THURS.

20 OUNCE

T-BONE $1395
STEAK

INCLUDES: SALAD, CHOICE OF DRESSING,
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FRESH BROILED WHITE FISH
STUFFED FLOUNDER
FRESH BROILED PICKEREL
FRIED JUMBO SHRIMP
FISH & CHIPS
BAKED MEAT LOAF (ft.-fts.)
CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE (NI. & Tim.)
10 OZ. PRIME N.Y. SIRLOIN STEAK
1/2 BAR-B-Q FRESH CHICKEN
1/2 FRIED FRESH CHICKEN
ROAST FRESH TURKEY rdiressiag
BAR-B-Q RIBS
BABY BEEF LIVER r/Nins er bum
VEAL CUTLETS
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF au pis
CHOPPED SIRLOIN winsirese seen
VEAL PARMESAN
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SPINACH PIE

REG. PRICE INCLUDES:

SALAD, CHOICE OF
POTATO OR VEGETABLE
OR SPAGHETTI, GREEK BREAD.
& STICKS

$4.25
$4.50
$5.25
$5.25
$3.25
$3.75
$3.95
$6.95
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55.50
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64.50
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FRUIT OR, JUICE OR SOUP, ONCE OF POTATO
SALAD, ROUBLE, GPM BREAD & STICKS, COFFEE
OR TEA, ONCE Of DESSERT (Straiterry Cbsasaile,
Bear has w beilla la Cram,
Rice Pullin or Jells)

ALL SERVED ANY HOUR! ALL 7 DAYS!

• COCKTAILS • BEER • WINE

• Children's Menu • Diet Dishes

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