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August 20, 1971 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-08-20

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Sirloin Pit Has Contest

A Schwinn bike will be award-
ed to a boy or girl up to age 18
in Bonanza Sirloin Pit's back to
school sweepstakes, said Peter

Reiters, manager. To enter, use
the contest form in today's news-
paper or pick up one at the Sir-
loin Pit, 11 Mile and Greenfield
Roads. Deadline is Aug. 31.

LARCO'S

VINCENZO'S

Pine Italian•American Cuisine
D•liciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

Italian-American Cuisine

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds

1182 1 1 JOHN R.

Now: Open Sunday 11 Neon
UN 3-6455
7523 W. McNichols Rd.

New Grogshop Opens
at Northland Inn

869-5674

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We specialize in

The biggest array of top-name
entertainment stars in the history
of the Michigan State Fair is set
to kick off this year's fair pro-
gram, beginning Aug. 27.
E. J. "Jeff" Keirns, manager of
the Michigan State Fair, an-
nouncing the full slate of stars,
their appearance dates and show
times, • said: "Visitors to the
Michigan State Fair this year can
see and hear the most outstanding
names in show business today,
free of charge."
Stars like Tom Jones, Glen
Campbell, Bob Hope and others
will perform daily, and the price
of general admission to the fair
grounds covers admission to the
shows as well.
Keirns revealed that the talent
schedule will run as follows:
Saint: A dead sinner revised
Glen Campbell, at the Grand-
—Ambrose Bierce. stand, Aug. 27 and 28.
edited.
The Platters, at Music Shell,
Aug. 27 and 28.
Ray Price with Tommy Cash,

The Grogshop, 19th in Stouffer's
string of country pubs, will open
5 p.m. today at the Northland Inn.
Featuring hearty "sandwycfhes,"
tureens of hot soup and "pye," the
Grogshop promises to serve busy
business people and shoppers with-
in 10 minutes of being seated.
Even faster service is provided at
the bar or the counter around the
stage.
The Grogshop starts swinging at
cocktail time when live music
accompanies the fresh-seafood-and-
sandwich bar.
The Northland Inn Grogshop is
the second to open locally. A pub-
restaurant with a nautical theme
is at the Washington Blvd. Stouf-
fer's.

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SUPER COCKTAILS

Luncheon Menu Changes

Reasonable Prices

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DANCING & LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
24502 W. 7 Mile Rd.

Biks. W. of Telegraph
For Reservations
Call

535-6090

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Private Room-
For
• Showers
• Banquets
• Bar
Mitzvahs
• Parties
For All
Occasions

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Restaurant
Cocktail Lounge

• STEAKS • SEA FOODS

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Little Mexico

FINE PRIME RIB

• exceptional &mine( .7acititied

—RESTAURANT-

• WEDDINGS • LUNCHEONS • PARTIES • DINNERS
Open Daily 11 A.M. Till 1 A.M.-Closed Sunday

ail

16940 W. McNICHOLS

TR 1-1665

CONVENIENTLY LOCATED
6521 JOHN R.

NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS

• WE HONOR
MAJOR CREDIT CARDS
FREE LIGHTED PARKING

MEXICAN-AMERICAN
CUISINE

FINEST

Mon.-Thurs. 11:00 a.m.- 11:00 p.m., Fri. 11:00
a.m.-4:00 a.m., Sat. 4:00 p.m.-4:00 a.m.,
Sun. 1:00 p.rn.-11:00 p.m.
836-4728

LET US CATER YOUR
NEXT HOUSE PARTY

HUSBAND
WANTED

Western or Hawaiian Ribs, Jumbo Fried Shrimp,
Fried or Hawaiian Chicken, French Fried Potatoes
or Rice Pilaf, Cole Slaw and Rolls.

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to take his charming
wife to dinner
at the

Per Person

NORTHWOOD
INN

• Delivered To Your Home In Chafing Dishes ..
Picked Up After Your Successful Affair.

Carry-Out Lunch From 11 A.M.

ZUKIN'S

1/2

24545 W. 12 MILE RD.

BIk. W. of Telegraph

Southfield

SHACK

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Juicy and tender, broiled-to-order
Hot Texas toast
Fluffy, buttery, baked potato
Crisp, tossed green salad
choice of dressing

WIN A BIKE!

JUST FILL OUT
AND BRING COUPON
TO YOUR BONANZA
SIRLOIN PIT

$ 89
11:00
2 For 1

a.m.-

3:00 p.m.

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West 11 Mile Road and
Greenfield, Southfield

Phone: 557-3237

Carryouts
Hours: 11:00-9:00 p.m. Daily
Including sunday

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: • SAMUELS BROS. CAFETERIA
IS FAMOUS FOR


THE WONDERFUL FOOD YOU LOVE!

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• • WHOLE STUFFED WHITE FISH

• • GEFILTE FISH
• PICKLED FISH

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RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED

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Open Daily 3 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. — Closed Sunday

2493 RUSSELL

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Corner Winder, Eastern Market

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873-6100

NOW APPEARING, TOES. THRU SAT.

BOBBY LAUREL

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Every Tuesday and Wednesday

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SAMUELS BROS. CAFETERIA

DINNERS, AFTER THEATER SNACKS
MON. THRU SAT.

GEORGE GENOFF TRIO

and

We Serve Fried Matzo All Year!
.Complete Line of Sandwich Carry-out

FORMERLY WAYNE WALKER'S

With All the Trimmings

GOTHAM TRIO

• WHOLE COOKED BRISKETS:

Specializing in Steaks, Chops, Etc.
Luncheons Served 1 1 :00A.M.-2:30 P.M..

• STEAMED CLAMS
II LOBSTER

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BARDF
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CHOP HOUSE

NEW ENGLAND
CLAM BAKE

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Santos Is at Apartment

Larry-Santos, sensational record-
ing star, backed
by his trio, "A
Group Called
Music," is now
appearing for a
limited engage-
ment at the
Apartment
Lounge, W 'e s t
McNichols, two
blocks west of
Southfield. N o
cover or mini-
Santos
Barbara Mandrell, Fred Weller, at mum.
jMusic Shell, Aug. 29.
Tom Jones, Grandstand, Aug. 30. THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 20, 1971-23
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans,
with the Sons of the Pioneers
and Chase and Park, at Grand-
stand, Aug. 31 and Sept. 1.
Fifth Dimension, with two
HOUR GLASS
Grandstand shows, Sept. 2 and 3.
Lynn Anderson, with Sonny
1000 W. McNichols
6 Biks. W. of
James and Doug Kershaw, at Mu-
Southfield
sic Shell, Sept. 4, 5 and 6.
53E1-4850
The Bells, twice daily, at Grand-
BUSINESSMEWS

stand, Sept. 7 and 8.
LUNCHEON
Conti Family, at Music Shell,
• SUPERB DINING CUISINE
Sept. 7 and 8.
DANCING
Jackson Five, at Grandstand,
MON. THRU SAT.
Sept. 9.
BILLY ROSE TRIO
John Davidson, at Music Shell,
Sept. 10.

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Playing
For Your Listening
and Dancing Pleasure

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COME AS YOU ARE—AMPLE PARKING—NO TIPPING

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Bop Hope and his show, with
singer Jody Miller, Sept. 11 and
12, at Grandstand.
The Hurricane Hell Drivers,
Aug. 27 and 28, and Sept. 10, 11
and 12, at Grandstand.
The Michigan State Fair runs
a full 17 days from Aug. 27 to
Sept. 12.. In its 122nd year, it is
the oldest fair in the nation.

,

EVERY WEDNESDAY

IINIMMIDEMONErnlE - CbupONMIMIIINIUMM ONEMIN

AUGUST
-
WEEK-END SPECIAL
Sirloin Steak

Array of Talent Lines Up for Fair

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OUR FAMOUS SUNDAY ONLY
SPECIAL DINNER

BAKED CHICKEN WITH RICE

Sandwich Trays and
Catering for Private
Affairs.

Tossed
Mashed Potatoes,
Salad, Roll and Butter and
Dessert.

ALBANS
Bottle & Basket

$199

188 N. Hunter
646-6553

Open 7 Days a Week
I I a.m. to 9 p.m.

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