Friday, May 10, 1985
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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WHAT COULD BE A major favorite cold gaspacho soup people
love all year at Stage & Company
boon to a lot of restaurateurs if
. . . Harriet does the baking
passed . . . is State Senator Jack
(tortes, bobkas, etc.) and prepares
10517 W. 7 MILE, East of Meyers
Faxon introducing into legisla-
its well-noted gefilte fish.
tion a bill that would make it
possible for many additional
menu that gives patients an ex-
small restaurants to serve wine
tensive variety of tasty dishes has
and beer with meals . . . Pre-
gone into effect at Grace Hospital
sently, it is quite difficult for
. . . Grace recently won an award
small eateries to draw dinner
for its menu in National Restau-
crowds without a liquor license
rant Association's 22nd annual
. . . This bill (Senate Bill 253)
Great Menu Awards Competition
would permit the Liquor Control
. . . it won second place in the in-
Commission to base the allocation
stitutional food service category
of some licenses on a community's
. . . and was only hospital in U.S.
need . . . rather than simply on the
(Voted Detroit's No. 1 Sunday Brunch in Metropolitan Detroit
to win an award . . . Grace was
full-time resident population.
magazine's readers poll, Nov. '84 issue)
also the only prize winner for
It would permit the LCC to dis-
state of Michigan.
•White linen and silver service.
tribute up to 50 "tavern licenses"
Winning entry by Grace Hospi-
per year for four years . . . The
•Elegant ambience of the Kingsley dining rooms.
tal was designed to teach diabetic
licenses will only permit the sale
•No comprOmise is ever made with quality or freshness.
patients to keep track of their food
of wine and beer for on-premises
•A dazzling, ever-changing array of breakfast, luncheon and
exchanges . . . Patients then carry
consumption . . . but this is all
dinner favorites, and pastries from our own pastry chef, too
Detroit Over 50 Years
over this learned technique to
that is really needed by so many.
numerous to mention.
801 W.' Lapeer (M-24) 6 Miles
their homes and restaurants
•Sane prices: only $7 95
N. of 1-75, Exit 81 • Lake Orion
when they eat out.
"PERFECT CASTING! . . .
the public at least ten hours per
That's what everyone's been say-
day, five days a week . . . it must
We Specialize In
ing about the present production
FRESH FISH, VEAL, STEAKS
have seating for at least 25 diners
of Neil Simon's The Sunshine
. . . at least 75% of its gross income
Boys which runs until June 2 .. .
must derive from sale of food for
at Attic Theatre, Third at W.
consumption on premises . . . and
Available For All
Selected to serve at the U.S. Presidential Inaugurals
there can be no other liquor
The play features Detroit per-
In Washington, D.C., 1981 and 1985.
licenses associated with the din-
sonalities Rube Weiss and Whit
Up To 80 People
Vernon in the lead roles . . . Their
Many small restaurants have
WOODWARD AT LONG LAKE ROAD
characters, Willie Clark and Al
been unable to acquire liquor
BLOOMFIELD HILLS • 642-0100
Lewis, are two old vaudevillians
licenses because the community
who worked together for 43 years
in which they are located has used
. . . Although Rube and Whit are
up its allocation . . . The only way
not vaudevillians, they have
they can get a license in this case
worked "in the business" for over
is by paying an exhorbitant price
40 years . . . and have, in fact,
for purchase and transfer of an
known each other for about as
existing one . . . Most small
businesses cannot aford that al-
Sun. Thru Thurs. 5 to 10
Both native Detroiters, they
ternative . . . and must attempt to
Fri. & Sat. 5 to 11
first met while doing a summer
survive without providing beer
show at Wayne University .. .
and wine for customers . . . "There
This was back in the 40s after the
are many new restaurants with
war . . . when Rube was attending
menus designed to be com-
Wayne and Whit was home for
plemented with wine," says Jack.
summer vacation from Notre
"These restaurants suffer an un-
Dame University . . . Since that
fair competitive disadvantage if
time, both have pioneered televi-
they lack a liquor license."
sion and radio as well as theater
This bill will be of particular
. . . During the Golden Age of
help to growing suburban com-
Radio, both could be heard on
munities . . . "All of my collegues
favorite radio shows like "The
in Oakland and Macomb counties
Lone Ranger," "Green Hornet"
have joined with me in sponsoring
and "Challenge of the Yukon."
after 3 p.m.
Senate Bill 253," adds Faxon.
Many localites will recognize
A lot of people . . . and small
Rube Weiss as having been a reg-
restaurants concur heartily with
ular on Soupy Sales' nightime TV
Jack . . . as does this writer .. .
show here at WXYZ when it was
Passage of the bill would create a
in the Maccabees Bldg. . . . Rube
much needed convenience . . . and
played the characters of Battlin'
great positive addition for the res-
Barney and Shoutin' Shorty
Hogan . . . Whit Vernon was the
OLIVIA SCOTT, day waitress
checkers-playing grandpa in a
at Stage & Company, Boardwalk,
prize-winning WDIV-TV promo-
If you haven't tried us ...you don't
Orchard Lake Rd. south of Maple,
III is a true rarity among
know what you're missing! The place
tional spot . . . We've heard their
for all ... in a rustic country setting.
voices and seen their faces in
hundreds of radio and TV spots
ses . . . After taking sandwich or-
over the years.
der, she askes, "new pickle or old
Fourteen years ago, Whit and
111 pickle?" . . . It came as a shock to
TWO-13 oz. New York Strip Steak Dinners
Rube played Felix and Oscar in
in Gourmet Hamburgers,
us recently . . . haven't heard this
Includes: Salad, Baked Potato, Fresh
111 in Heaven knows when . . . Effi-
Neil Simon's The Odd Couple .. .
Filet and Sirloin Steaks.
Vegetable and Rolls
and made a pact with each other
Selection of fish, plus a 1111 cient and courteous Olivia has
with Apple Butter
to one day do The Sunshine Boys
been at Stage & Company since it
fine assortment of
. . . When planning the coming
1.11 opened on the Boardwalk, No-
other foods and
Coupon good for up to 4 only.
season, Attic artistic director
• for 2
Coupon good Sunday thru
Lavinia Moyer called Whit about
Owners Jack and Harriett
Thursday. Expires 6-15-85.
LARGE 11111 Goldberg don't stand around doing the role of Al Lewis . . . Whit
eats mAC TRAIL
SCREEN a counting people . . . they're also a suggested his old friend Rube
Weiss as the perfect choice for
couple of behind-the-scenes work-
3100 W. Maple,
Willie Clark . . . and there it was
ers . . . Once a week, whenever the
Ill mood hits him, Jack makes that born.
1/4 Mile West of Haggerty
FACILITIES IN delicious Osso Bucco Italian dish
The Sunshine Boys was 11th in
Open 7 Days a Week
a string of hits by Neil Simon
of veal shank with vegetables,
when it premiered in 1972 .. .
chablis white wine and season-
breaking the Simon mold of
ings . . . He also makes the big
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