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The Food Matches
Great Decor In Plymouth
DANNY RASKIN LOCAL COLUMNIST
mong the prime requisites Entrees include salad, choice er and all-around gal in the office.
Plymouth Landing is like an
in owning a restaurant is of baked potato, rice pilaf or gar-
having a natural feel for lie redskins, vegetable and bread extension of how Angelo and Jim,
both born on the Greek Island of
people ... and the desire to basket.
achieve a high degree in their sat- There are few places that can Icaria, were brought up ... "Come
isfaction. boast of soups like those at Ply- to our house and get plenty of
With This Coupon
Brothers Angelo and Jim mouth Landing ... the signature good food and drink."
• Not Good Holidays
• Expires 9-30-94
Aside from the superb food pre-
Plakas are from the old school in three onion, shrimp bisque and
AVAILABLE • 10 Person Minimum
pared by John Vanderwuow, and
• One Per Person
E- sow- owl mow mum ow. Num
Plymouth Landing on North bowl $2.95 ... A sampling of all fine service, you couldn't ask for
Main Street in Plymouth contin- three is $2.75 ... These are always better hospitality than that giv-
ually brings customers back ... on the menu along with a soup of en by Angelo and Jim.
If you've never been to Ply-
Angelo is presently city attorney the day (cup $1.50, bowl $2.50) ...
Landing, take it from peo-
for Westland ... and Jim is former Same price for soups and chili,
ple like Sid Weinstein and so
mayor of Garden City. lunch or dinner.
Their graciousness seems to go
hand-in-hand with the intima-
• HOMEMADE POTATO SALAD
cy of the historic edifice in which
their restaurant is located ... It
• HOMEMADE CHICKEN SALAD
was built in 1882 as Plymouth
• HOMEMADE TUNA SALAD
Iron and Windmill ... 1885 saw it
• HOMEMADE EGG SALAD
become Daisy Manufacturing
Co., makers of air rifles and bb's,
I OPEN 7 DAYS—MON.-SAT. 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., SUN. 7 am. to a p.m. I
until 1957 when turned into a
small manufacturing plant and
then the Markum office building
Plymouth Landing restaurant
into being in 1976 ... and
24555 W. 12 MILE, Just West of Telegraph,
Angelo and Jim are celebrating
their fifth anniversary as owners
of what very well may be anoth-
er dining sleeper that more peo-
Let Us Cater
ple will soon be hearing about.
Your Next Affair
Angelo and Jim can point to
possessing one of the best in Ex- Angelo Plakas, John Vanderwuow and Jim Plakas of Plymouth Landing
ecutive Chef John Vanderwuow
... A lot of folks will remember
John is not a run-of-the-mill many others ... they don't come
him from years back at the Draw-
bridge in Northville two-and-a- chef ... There's hardly anything too CONGRATS
... to Susan and
half years ... three-and-a-half
. years at the Trio owned by the by John, who also prepares the now living in Kendall, Fla. ... on
Meyerson family on Northwest-
ern Highway ... and the gent who luscious apple flans, bread pud- their 25th anniversary ... to Su-
in the early '80s was responsible ding, rice pudding, walnut cake, san's parents, Jack and Mollie
strudel, tortes, fresh fruit Stein, ex-localites residing in Mi-
for setting up the fine culinary apple
crepes with champagne, etc. ami, Fla. ... on their 54th an-
department at Oakland Com-
Young cooks at Plymouth niversary ... to Marsha and Izzy
7618 Woodward Ave.
are very fortunate to King ... on their 40th anniversary
Plymouth Landing is a far cry
OPEN SUNDAYS 12 noon to 9 p.m.
have someone like John Vander- ... celebrated with family at Pine
from Plato's Coney Island which
Knob's Barry Manilow Concert.
Our Daily Hours ... Mon. 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Tues. Thru Thurs. 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
Angelo and Jim owned on Ford wuow teaching them.
HOW MUCH prouder of him
Road in the '70s ... But fine ser-
can Henry Baskin's parents,
vice and good food is still a promi- and four two-top tables in the bar Gladys
LIGHT SIDE MENU AVAILABLE ANYTIME
and Max Baskin, get? ...
nent factor with them.
The decor is enchantingly He will receive this year's Life-
SPECIAL QUALITY PARTIES
You didn't find dinner items at
Specializing In: Bar Mitzvahs, Weddings, Birthdays,
Plato's like seafood Wellington quaint with pictures of the Daisy time Achievement Award by the
Sweet 16s, Anniversaries, Etc.
($15.95); veal Frangelico ($15.50); Manufacturing Co. factory as it Family Law Section of e State
Low Banquet Rates
Ask About Our Special 1
Greek-style lamb chops (six for was in yesteryears and the same Bar of Michigan at the annual
For All Occasions
rooms as Plymouth Landing of Family Law Council dinner held
$16.95, eight for $18.95); honey
lemon chicken linguini ($12.95); today ... A lot of stained glass, in September during its yearly
linguini Alfredo ($10.95); and so leaded glass, much history with State
"The Simone Vitale
Hank is presently a commis-
cedar wood, vertical
Band is an assurance
many other favorites from fresh original
beams, heavy oak walls, a brick sioner of the State Bar of Michi-
of a great evening."
seafood, Black Angus aged beef,
wall, Daisy ads of 1931 and so gan and vice-chairman of the
Danny Raskin, Jewish News
milk fed Provimi veal, etc.
Michigan Judicial Tenure Com-
Whitefish is high on the want- much more.
He was recently ap-
ed list ... sauteed with white wine, day-Friday from 11 a.m. and pointed to ... chair
• Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
capers and fresh lemon ($13.95)
kitchen closing 10:30 p.m.; Sat- Domestic Violence Task Force
... a delicious dish that can also urday from 4 p.m.; Sunday and has been named one of the
• Private Parties
be gotten broiled ... Customers brunch 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and din- most influential lawyers in Michi-
enjoy John's delicate and tasty
. .. ALL YOUR
preparation, with the skin stay- ner until 8 p.m. gan by
award, given only three
ing on the plate as people dine in Angelo's wife, Sandy, bookkeep- times previously, is presented to
I MEAT OR DAIRY TRAYS
WE MAKE ALL OUR FOOD
ON OUR OWN PREMISES!