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January 27, 1989 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-27

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seafood that came out of it
was thought by some to be the
best in Detroit, while others
said it was the best in the
Midwest.
Dave bought the place first,
and Frank Van Brusselen
joined him in ownership 10
years later . . . Neither had
any prior restaurant
experience.
As the name implied, the
Clam Shop was devoted to
those who believed that all
that was good comes from the
sea . . . The menu featured a
high concentration of things
like clams, oysters, lobster,
king crab and fish, fish, fish.
Lobster was king at the
Clam Shop and the piece de
resistance was the broiled
lobster . . . This was a
1Y4-pound beauty stuffed with
absolutely the most
DEElightful dressing so very
many people had ever tasted.
Oysters in season and clams
were another specialty at the
Clam Shop . . . Like the
lobster, they were flown in
every other day from the East
and at the arch of an eyebrow
Dave would whip out his
weekly price list to show you
that they bought nothing but
quality regardless of price.
Dave and Frank were
equally proud of their red
snapper, fresh pompano, finan
haddie, shad row and king
crab . . . As a concession to
the occasional eccentric who
came in for a steak, they had
excellent New York Strips
and tenderloins of the highest
quality . . . But make no
mistake, they were basically
a seafood house . . . and a
darned good one, too.
MYSTERY MUNCHER
writes . . . "Traveling to
Windsor is worth it for a -
number of interesting
restaurants out of the
mainstream. Owner Lino
Catroppa brings to Windsor
the tradition of rustic cuisine
from the countryside around
Rome at Cook's Shop on
Ouelette Avenue . . . As you
enter, you pass an open grill
where skewered meat, fish
and shellfish flame . . . The
chefs are pasta masters in
this dark, romantic place.
"Wong's Eatery on Univer-
sity is the most poular and
profitable of Windsor's many
Chinese retaurants. The
place is more elaborately-
decorated than the average.
Enjoy crunchy shrimp toasts,
snails in butter, exotic
bluefish, soft-shell crabs, sizzl-
ing Emperor beef, crackling
Peking duck and homemade
ice cream flecked with ginger

Presidential Perch

Sauteed fresh lake perch. Delicate, light, flavorful. An
enduring house specialty of the Kingsley for nearly 50
years. Twice presented in national pride at the Presidential
"Taste of America" in Washington, D.C. Join us for dinner
soon and say, "Perch, please."

We start with homemade linguine,
fettucine and tortellini. All created
from full-bodied semolina flour and
farm fresh eggs. And served with
fresh parmesan and romano cheese,
grated tableside.

But we don't stop there. We like to
tantalize you just a bit with our
succulent sauces accented with a
sprinkle of the extraordinary Muer
imagination . . . delicate aromas
swirling above each dish.

B

A SAMPLING OF OUR MENU:

Kingsley Inn

Woodward at Long Lake Road
3B-642-0100



Bloomfield Hills

Lobster Fettucine - Tender, fresh Main lobster

generously folded into a fresh tomato herb and
cream sauce. Served over a bed of homemade
fettucine.

Shrimp and Artichokes - A medley of tender
delicately flavored shrimp and artichoke hearts.
Tossed in a sauce of fresh tomatoes and fragrant
wine and herbs. Served over homemade linguine.

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE

Baked Lasagna - Thinly rolled ribbons of pasta
layered atop our mildly spicy homemade meat
sauce and topped with fresh melted parmesan
and mozzarella cheese.

American Heart Association

January 16th through February 28th

Chuck Muer's
Wayne

Wayne
35111 Wayne Ave. W.
Wayne, MI 48184
326-0633

Entrees Starting
at

'6"

Chuck Muer's
Uptown

Uptown
1111 W. 14 Mile Rd.
Madison Hgts, MI 48071
585-9533

Children 6 years and younger eat for free when ordering
from Chuck Muer's Kiddie menu.

Children ages 7 to 12 pay just $1.99. Please honor our policy of 4 children
per two parents for this special discount.

Join us for Pasta Passion and see what it is that makes
people go wild about our pasta. And remember, the
American Express® is always welcome.

CHOLESTERHOLICS EAT
LIKE THERE'S NO TOMORROW

The American Express' Card.
Don't leave home without it. -

Cholesterholics love rich, fatty foods. They can't seem to get
through a day without lots of meat dripping in gravy. Cream
always goes into their coffee. One sweet dessert leads to
another. But the fact is, these foods can increase the level of
cholesterol in the blood which can lead to heart disease.

But there's a way to help yourself. By cutting down on the fatty
foods in your diet, you could reduce your blood cholesterol
level and perhaps reduce your chance of heart disease.

So if you think you might be a cholesterholic, contact your
American Heart Association for a diet good for life.

UPTOWN

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28948 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD (Next to Toss-A-Party
CARRY-OUT 626-3715 • CATERING 855-4733 • FAX 626-0314

"THE TALLY HALL SURVIVORS"

GARY REIZIAN (ONE-UP CONEY ISLAND)
JOE TOCCO (FARMINGTON FRUIT GARDEN PATCH EXPRESS)

HAVE MERGED OPERATIONS

• 1ST QUALITY FOOD AT REASONABLE PRICES
• SOUPS, SALADS, SANDWICHES, SUBS, CONEYS
• MIDEAST FOODS • FRESH FRUIT SALAD • CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
OPEN 7 DAYS, MON.-SAT. 8 to 7, SUNDAY NOON to 5

SALVATORE

SCALLOPINI's

Homemade Pasta

NOW OPEN

Next To

NORM'S

Oyster Bar & Grill

29110 Franklin Road • Southfield

357-8877

DINNER • LUNCH • CARRY-OUT

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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