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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-02

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FAMILY
DINING

he 1954 vintage Wur-
litzer juke box is play-
ing "La Bomba" or
"Sha-Boom Sha-Boom" by the
Crew Cuts . . . There's hustle,
bustle and laughter all about
. . . It's fun dining . . . combin-
ed with homecooked food in a
very casual atmosphere.
Even the sign offers a bit of
humor . . . "Ruby D's Since
1988" . . . Located at Sugar
Tree on Orchard Lake Road,
north of Maple, Ruby D's is
operated by Ruby Dennison
and son Louis Dennison .. .
She is the business manager,
hostess and cashier brains .. .
He is kitchen boss and chief
cook.
It started out by folks going
to the counter, giving their
order, paying, and when ready
would be called by name, or,
if didn't want their name call-
ed out, by number, and
waitpersons would bring the
food.
Things have changed . .
with waiters and waitresses
now serving at all times.
Originally, many folks
thought Ruby D's was strict-
ly a carry-out and catering
operation . . . It does both of
these but is essentially a full-
service, 1950s restaurant sur-
rounded by whatever im-
aginable in the way of jars or
cans of gourmet foods, halava,
imported candies, etc.
The "Touch of New York"
deli is filled with delicacies to
eat in or carry out . . . like
Scimitar Meats (coming
soon), carried by Nieman
Marcus and Bloomingdales,
Robertson's sugar-free
preserves from England, Run-
ning Deer Ranch preserves of
California, Smulka Bernstein
glatt kosher items, Ratner's
kosher frozen soups and
vegetarian courses, frozen
hors d'oeuvres, Sunshine
apricot preserves, Sable &
Rosenthal jams and
mustards, including honey
mustard (they were the first
to introduce this delicacy in-
America), Manischewitz,
Wolff's Rokeach, Streit's, etc.
There are over 75 oversized
sandwiches served in wicker
baskets at Ruby D's . . . About
44 of them have names of
tunes that could be on the
Wurlitzer juke box . . . "Then
Angel" (smoked turkey,
muenster cheese, honey
mustard and tomato grilled
on challah) . . . "My Son The
Folksinger" (turkey, pastrami
and chopped liver) . . . "Tutti
Fruiti" (turkey, tuna, tole

slaw on an onion roll) .. .
"Cry Me A River" (brisket of
beef, turkey, horseradish on
onion roll) . . . "Amore"
(Genoa salami, mortadella,
coppa, provolone, lettuce,
tomato, herbed oil on kaiser
roll) . . . "Tuxedo Junction"
(roast beef, turkey, chicken,
cheese, Bermuda onion, let-
tuce, Russian dressing) .. .
Also "Heat Wave," "At The
Hop," "Smoke Gets In Your
Eyes," "La Bomba,"
"Somewhere My Love," "Heat
Wave," "Love Me Tender,"
"Crazy Man Crazy" (an
Italian hot dog with sauteed
onions, peppers and potatoes
on a sub bun) . . . and so much
more.
A menu sector is called
"The Salad Supremes" .. .
with 10 salads named after
hits by this great Motown
group . . . "Only You," "Splish
Splash," "Oh Pretty Woman,"
"Nature Boy," etc.
In all, there are 70 kinds of
mustards alone . . . and where
else can you get peanut but-
ter in a tube? . . . Ruby D's
has gourmet items very few
other places carry . . . 20 dif-
ferent garlics, even one called
an elephant garlic . . . There's
butter from France, herb but-
ter that looks like a little
salami, tortes, vats of olives,
barrels of pickles, pates, im-
ported crackers, etc.
Behind the counter are
25-pound salamis lying on
their sides . . . plus many
more "hanging arund" big
and small.
Louis smokes his own
chickens and turkeys, makes
blintzes, soups, stuffed cab-
bage and other goodies.
Ruby D's seats 80 people
and opened May 16 of this
year to a full house . . . after
preparations from September
of last year . . . and the oft-
asked question, "When are
you opening?"
The refurbished juke box in
a front corner plays "Deep
Purple" with Earl Bostick,
"In The Mood" and "String of
Pearls" by Glenn Miller .. .
There's a blackboard "Share
Yours" for personal bits, two
Corinthian columns (imagine
this is a New York-style deli
restaurant!) and other decor
delights that are among
designer Ron Eye's mass of
fun, plus antique chandelier
amid modern ones . . .
blackboards are filled with
menu items, shelves packed
with food stuffs, and
refrigerated cases with oodles
of fresh daily specials.
Besides Louis' fine smoked
chicken, turkey, ribs, etc., he

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