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July 15, 1983 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-15

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30 Friday, July 15, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LARCOBA N AMPBS
BROS.

TO ADD AMONG IT'S FINE
CARRY-OUT DINING!

ENJOY THE SAME GREAT FOOD YOU KNOW AND LOVED
FOR OVER 25 YEARS . . . NOW IN YOUR OWN HOME!

VEAL COLOMBO
VEAL SICILIANO
VEAL PARMIGIANA
CHICKEN ROSA
FILET MIGNON
SHRIMP LARCO
SAUSAGE, PEPPER & ONION
LARCO BURGER

$7.75
$7.25
$7.50
$5.75
$8.50
$7.75
$5.00
$3.75

Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.

Minestrone soup, salads, pastas and pizza

20097 W. 12 MILE RD.

IThe Best of Everythingl

METRO DETROIT is
proud of so many fine res-
taurants including a bevy of
ethnic eateries . . .
Hardly possible but so that
one of them recently cele-
brated its 10th,anniversary
. . . Roman Terrace
. . . on the corner of Or-
chard Lake Rd. and 12 Mile
. . . another place which
localites seem tended to
have taken for granted
. . . and many times
forget about when yearning
for some good Italian din-
ing.
The same quality and
consistency originated by
Chef Frank Crachiolo, who

& DihnIG iti STYLE

dining room, carry-out and trays

• breakfast • lunch • dinner
• after-theater • kiddie new

open tuesdays thru sundays
10 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Lincoln shopping center, 101/2 mi. & greenfield. oak

park . 968402

3020 GRANO RIVER Free Parking TE 3-0700
Private Banquet Rooms for wedding parties.
Serving the World's Finest Steaks, Chops and
HOUSE Sea Foods for more than 50 years. All Beef aged
in our cellars.

CARL'S

CHOP

ASK ABOUT OUR
OUTSIDE
CATERING

353-5121

Corner of 12 Mile & Evergreen

COUNTRY VILLAGE CENTER

the
bl eAset
deli

OPEN 1 DAYS
LUNCH & DINNER

Danny Raskin :

CHINA CITY

Owned 1. Operas**
By May t
Stephea Tow N•s

24535 W. 12 MILE RD. AT TELEGRAPH
• Private Dining Room • Businessmen's Luncheons

MON.-THURS. 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m.
FRI. & SAT. 11-a.m.- 12 mid.
SUN. 12 noon-10:30 p.m.

GOLDEN BOWL

Restaurant
22106 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE In A & P Shopping Center
DINE IN & CARRY-OUT
398-5502 or 398-5503

SZECHUAN, MANDARIN, CANTONESE & AMERICAN CUISINE

OPEN 7 DAYS—Mon.-Thus. 11-10, Fri. & Sat. 11-11, Sun. & Holidays 1 p.m. to 10 p.m.
• Banquet Facilities
Your Chef: FRANK ENG

Open Daily 11 to 10:30, Sat. 11 to 12 Mid., Sun. 12 to 10:30
Carry Out Service
Free Parking
13715 W. 9 MILE ROAD, OAK PARK
547-4663

KING LIM'S GARDEN

OPEN 7 DAYS
A WEEK

NEW KING
LIM'S
3350 Auburn Rd.

Mandarin. Szechuan & Cantonese Food

26196 GREENFIELD, LINCOLN CENTER, OAK PARK
Mon.-Thurs. 11 to 10:30
, 968-3040
Fri. 11 to 11. Sat. 11 to 12

Sun. 12 noon to 10

Carry - Out Service

852 8280

-

Exotic Cocktails

Catering To Parties Available

COMPLETE CARRY - OUT

354-9077

FLOWN IN FRESH

SPECIAL

COMBINATION PLATE
ALMOND
BONELESS CHICKEN
WITH WON TON SOUP, EGG ROLL, $350

FRIED RICE & TEA
PLUS OTHER SPECIALS FROM $2.50 t1 $3.85 •

Specializing in
Cantonese Foo_d

HOA KOW INN

SERVED ANYTIME
7 DAYS

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EXPRESSLY FOR YOUR DINING

at
the

ENGLISH DOVER SOLE
KINGSLEY INN 642 0100

-

KOW KOW INN

OPEN 1 1 2 1: 1 1 2 2 : 1 5 5 a a sm
m . . s t si t O i N N.-SAT.

Famous Chop Suey • Cantonese Food • Steaks • Chops • Sea Food
CARRY OUT SERVICE
EASY PARKING
322 W. McNICHOLS, Bet. Woodward 8, Second
868-7550

Fred Bayne at the organ nightly

1128 E. Nine Mile Road (11/2 Mile East of 1-75)

Recommended by AAA & Mobile Guides

(313) 541-2132

FLING LIM'S

0.11110:1111 71 Stiff

SZECHUAN, MANDARIN, CANTONESE & AMERICAN

MON.-THURS. 11-11, FRI. & SAT. 11-12 Mid. SUN. 12-10

CARRY OUT • CATERING
8410 W. NINE MILE, W. of Lhiernois

544-1021

THE GOLD COIN

"I■

OPEN 7 DAYS — YOUR HOST: HOWARD LEW

SZECHUAN, MANDARIN, CANTONESE
AND AMERICAN FOOD .

COMPLETE
CARRY-OUT
AVAILABLE

24480 W. 10 MILE

West of Telegraph

(IN TEL-EX PLAZA)
353-7848

10 MILE & MEADOWBROOK

NOVI

MON. THRU SAT. 1 a.m.-9 p.m.

349.2885
SUN. 1 a.m.-8 p.m.

Also Westland & Livonia

PANCAKE

HOUSE
UNCLE JOHN'S
1360 S. WOODWARD, B'HAM
10001 TELEGRAPH, S. of Plymouth

644-2727

Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

538-0440

OPEN 7 DAYS 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m:

Banquet Facilities Available

E GPEAT W C

1111

SOUTHFIELD RESTAURANT
DELTA DENTAL BLDG., J.L. HUDSON DR.
552-8360
MON. THRU FRI. 1 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Closed Sat. & Sun.

SERVING YOUR FAVORITE EXOTIC ,:
DRINKS & CHOICE COCKTAILS 1:

111•1

PRIVATE DORM ROOM



1111

BANQUETS • PARTIES • BUSINESS MEETINGS

SA;

Your host ... HENRY LUM

Businessmen's Luncheons • Carry outs • Catering

35135 Grand River, Farmington
(Drakeshire Shopping Center)

1111

476-9181

. I
1.1

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SOUTHFIELD
18213 w. 11 mu RD. & SOUTHFIELD RI.
569-5527

Mon.-Fri., 11 to 10:30
Saturday 11 to 1
Sunday 12 to 10 .

Banquet Facilities Available

FARMINGTON

3 1455 14 MILE RD. & ORCHARD LAKE RD.
31455W.

JAPANESE STEAK HOUSE

851-8600

M-Th. Lun. 11:30-2:30, Din: 5:30-10
Fri. & Sat. Dinner til 12 Mid.
Sun. 12 - 9

CANTONESE

Sun. 11:30-4, Fri. & Sat. Din. 4 to 2 a.m.

851-7400

came from Paradiso Cafe
then, remains prevalent at
Roman Terrace . . . as he
still continues to weave his
kitchen magic for -go many
happy customers.
Roman Terrace seats 150
people in an intimately
well-appointed restaurant
. . . with its stucco walls,
louvered shades, soft light-
ing, small stained glass,
print tablecloths on pad-
ding, one wall fully mir-
rored, slat beams . . .
and cloth napkins
gracefully set in tall wine
goblets.
The outer wall facing
Orchard Lake Road will
soon come down and ex-
pansion will result in this
fine restaurant going out
onto the terrace with a
glass enclosure . . .
serving lunch and dinner
all year . . . in a sol-
arium atmosphere.
Bob McDonald and Dana
Barich oversee the dining
room operation . . . while
Robert Fracchia maintains
the kitchen . . . Featured
are a fresh pasta menu and
nightly fish specials . . .
Very popular are the
dinners for two with com-
plimentary glass of wine.
As it did 10 years ago,
Roman Terrace still pre-
pares everything fresh daily
. . ravioli, lasagna, etc.
. . . trims and bones its
own meats under Frank's
supervision . . . makes
its own spumoni ice cream
. . . and canoli filling
(whipped custard and Mar-
sala wine.)
Three rooms at Roman
Terrace include a cocktail
lounge where Tom Alten-
berg plays his fine piano
stylings Tuesdays through
Saturdays.
Our waitress, Helga
Ackerman, was excellent
. . . so effici
ent, pleas-
ant and smiling . . .
over six years at Roman
Terrace . . . People
come from all over for
Helga's Caesar Salad
. . . which we had with
great delight as she toiled
and tossed at tableside
with much gratifying re-
sults.
Roman Terrace is prob-
ably one of the very few
places that serve calves
liver with both Bernaise
sauce and Hollandaise
sauce . . . This is truly
Northern Italian dining
. . . having such a dish
with each slice on top of a
sauce . . . The linguini
with clam sauce is superb
. . . amply endowed with
oodles of clams . . . And if
you like garlic, which is so
healthy, have Helga put
plenty in the Caesar Salad
. . . When ordering the
garlic bread with Parmesan
cheese, have your Roman
Terrace waitress bring it
heavy on the garlic.
I remember having this at
a little, off-beat Italian res-
taurant in New York . . .
The garliC is saturated
throughout and topped with
even more . . ...It was so

good I've never forgotten
. . ., Jack LaRue's in the
San Bernardino Valley of
California was the closest to
this little spot . . . but
none yet could compare
when it came to true garlic
bread.
The calves liver plate at
Roman Terrace, plus being
very good, is also most
colorful . . . with slices of
lemon and strawberries.
Dover sole is another
pride at Roman Terrace
. . . plus fresh fish spe-
cials . . . Its delicate
flakiness and flavor were
standouts.
Bob and Robert are work-
ing on a new "carry-out"
menu for both Roman Ter-
race and its action-filled
downstairs "McFrock's"
. . . The two fellows
never stop promotions of
their fun place . . . Last
Tuesday was Crab Racing
. . . with customers pick-
ing their crabs (supplied
free by McFrock's) plus
naming and training them
for the 10 races.
Every night at McFrock's
is something different
. . for a different reason
. . . July 25, all day,
McFrock's will donate many
dollars to Michigan Special
Olympics for every case of
Little King's beer con-
sumed.
Back upstairs to Roman
Terrace . . . where ele-
gant, relaxed dining in a
choice atmosphere is pre-
dominant.
Next time you're ponder-
ing about a place to dine,
might not be a bad idea to
put Roman Terrace atop
your list.
LARCO BROTHERS
. . . (Mark, Mike and
Duke) . . . have added
bar-b-q ribs to their glowing
list of things for carry-out
. . . If the ribs are as good
as their Italian dishes, the
boys have another big win-
ner.
DON COOK, premier
pianist, song stylist and
gracious personality gent-
leman, is appearing at
Dominico's, Coolidge be-
tween 11 and 12 Mile in
Berkley . . . Friday,
Saturday and Sunday
. . . The Sunday idea is a
good one . . . very few
places have fine piano-vocal
presentations on this day.
BEST BET Of the
Weekend . . . by far
. . . even though South-
field School Board re-
fused to allow one day
sale of beer (that Stroh's
wanted to donate) for
charity . . . Great Ket-
tle Race and Festival
. . . by Chef's 200 Club
and March of Dimes
. . . noon to 5 p.m. this
Sunday . . . at South-
field High field . . .
Admission $1.
Games, races, chariot
race, relay race, etc. etc.
. . . and lemonade . . .
which may not raise the
$3,000 or $4,000 extra for
birth defects, but will serve
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