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January 10, 1986 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-10

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12th . . . and Avalon or Oriole on
Linwood . .. Stafford's on Lin-
wood where George Vatsis held
rein when his two youngsters, Ted
and Dennis were pups who went
on to run the business ... The
Beautiful Delicatessen on Hast-
ings with corned beef sandwiches
for a dime ... All the Boeskys
(Sam, Harry, Abe, Sol and Bill) at
Boesky's Delicatessen on
Farnsworth and Hastings . . . Ted
Lipsitz downtown, • then
Yemen's, Knife and Fork and
now the Detroit Press Club.
Buddy's by Buddy and Mary
Meyerson as a delictessen on 12th
and Taylor . . . later on came Bud-
dy's Bar-B-Q across the street on
12th and Claiimount ... Corned
beef that used to "melt in your
mouth" at Ben & George's on Des-
ter, Boesky's, Lefkofsky's in the
Broadway Market, Nate's,
Pearlman's, London's, Bolotin &
Levine, Brothers, Billy's, Iden's
Fine Food across from Boesky's on
12th and Hazelwood.
There WU Miller's candy store
downstairs on Woodrow Wilson
and Hazelwood with his nephew
from Germany nicknamed
Gydalia by the kids who couldn't
pronounce his name . . . Faudem's
candy store on Hastings and
Brady, Sosin's . on Dexter and
Richton ... Bowling Green Show
Bar, Bowl-O-Drome Bar . . .
Oriole Terrace that later became
Lou Walter's Latin Quarter,
Winter Garden on Forest between
St. Antoine and Hastings, Club
666; Chocolate Bar, Sportree
Jackson's . . . Trocadero, MDL
(Mich. Democratic League) Club,
Clover Club, Cozy Corner, Brass
Rail, Blue Note, Wonder Bar,
Commodore Club, Cliff Bell's,
Stadler Terrace, Room, Powatan,
Club Royale, Chesterfield's,
Flame Show Bar, Frolic Show
Bar, Gold Dollar Bar, Burgundy
Room in Hotel Ft. Wayne, Club
Bali, Turk's Show Bar.
Town Pump, Bowery, Club 509,
Gay Haven, Connie's Inn, Kin
Wah Loo, Club Frontenac, Fam-
ous Door, Motor Bar and Book
Casino at Book Cadillac Hotel,
Connie's Show Bar . . . Graystone,
Hollywood, Arcadia, Majestic,
Vanity, Grande, Eastwood Gar-
dens, Jefferson Beach, Island
Casino at Walled Lake.
Wasum's, Eastman's Gaslight,
Beauchamps, Danny's Gin Mill,
Afterglow, Elmwood Casino, 20
Grand, organist Bob Wyatt at the
Garfield Lounge of Gotham Hotel,
Irving's Delicatessen on Hast-
ings, Greekparrot, Waha Room,
Three Roses Delicatessen on
Hastings, Gurney's, Capistrano,
French Leaf Club 49.
Frank Gagen's, Menjou's,
Tedium's, Hello Dolly, Frank
Costello's, Maison. Riviera,
Housey's, Clifford Bar, Clam Shop
past the railroad tracks, Luigi's,
Becker's, McQuire's Dyne Inn,
Docaro's, Joe Bathey's Wyoming
Show Bar, Club Manhattan, Club
Zombie, Shelby Bar, Hund's,
Northwood Inn, Club Berkley,
Guilio's before it became Cardi-
nalrs.
,King Fong's, Pacific Gardens,
Hoe Hoe Inn, Chinese Tea Gar-
dens, China Doll, Mickey's Show
Bar, Russian Bear, El Tenampa,
Alamo Theater and Dishell's.

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