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October 10, 1975 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-10

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28 October 10, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ALL YOU
CAN EAT!

MON.-THURS
,FRI. & SAT.

Closed Sundays

$3.95
$4.25

per per.

per per.

—1.4. WEST

RESTAURANT-LOUNGE

Served from 5 p.m.
featuring a variety of
authentic Chinese
dishes

BLOOMFIELD
MIRACLE MILE
SHOPPING CENTER
Telegraph at Sq. Lk. Rd.
335-8060

Announcing

a new policy
on our
first birthday

One year ago, we opened the doors of the new Detroit
Playboy Club. Now. on our first birthday, we are
adopting the - Keyholder Only' . policy adhered to by
all other Playboy Clubs. This simply means that after
October 15, o Playboy Key will be required of any
individual wishing to enter the club. Get your key now
at our special price and open up the elegant world
of Playboy at your NEW club.

• NEW MENU — Thick steaks. stacked sandwiches.
tasty seafood and the BIGGEST hamburger in
Detroit at new affordable prices.

• NEW MANAGER — Gail Nau is working hard to
make the Detroit Playboy Club your club.

• NEW ENTERTAINMENT — Don't miss the spark-
ling sound r4 the CONNIE Gli ,..riAM SHOW
beginning Oct. 6 in the Usingroom.

• NEW FEATURES — Monday night NFL football
screen. films of the greatest fights
on our 8' x
of the century and a disco on Friday and Saturday
nights. plus many more special features.

• SPECIAL KEY PRICE — For a limited time only.
Playboy Keys will be available at the club for SI5
each or. even better. rWO for S25.

• BIRTHDAY SURPRISES — Celebrate with us.
Birthday cards. cakes. special features and birthday
surprises the week of October 13.17.

The New Detroit Playboy Club

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Stouffer's has played h I?
t to guests like you
for fifty years now. Sc when we throw a
party, we really know how to make it perfect.
And that makes thingsa lot easier for you.
And, a lot more fun. Whether you're having a
breakfast meeting or a birthday. For a
group of 20 or a gang of 300. We'll give you
and facilities.
. the best in service, f
So be a guest at your ext party. Call our
party girl, Ms. Nanc Day, at 356-0652.

tuiyers

NORTHLAND TSTAURANT

s e Highway
21100 Northwern
356-0

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 27)

main emphasis on seafood
. . . Of his former Jimmie
Brunetti's Restaurant &
Supper Club outside Ft.
Wayne, Ind., a magazine
item in 1971 said, 'The res-
taurant could be at home in
Fisherman's Wharf in San
Francisco, the French
Quarter in New Orleans,
Rush St. in Chicago or the
strip in Las Vegas." . . .
(Very lavish praise indeed!)
. . . Top name entertainers
featured at Jim's spot were
Billy Eckstine, Steve Rossi,
Slapsy White, The Three
Suns, Frank Sinatra, Jr.,
etc.
"RED" BUTTONS, fea-
tured star at the corning
black tie biggie dinner-
dance by Detroit Business-
men's Group, City of Hope,
Nov. 2 at Raleigh House, is
responsible for a couple of
standards in the joke world.
The one about a magician
seeking booking at Radio
City Music Hall who ex-
claimed, "I've got a new
trick that will panic them."
. . . "What is it?" asked the
manager . . . "I saw a
woman in half," announced
the magician . . . "Call that
a new trick?" scoffed the
manager. "They've been
doing that here for years."
. . . "Oh, yeah?" countered
the magician.
"Lengthwise?"
BEST BET Of The Week-
end . . . Graystone dance
by New McKinney's Cotton
Pickers this Sunday at
Sheraton-Southfield, 4 to 8
p.m. . . . Buffet dinner,
cash bar and some wonder-
ful dance music featuring
vocalizing by McKinney
original Dave Wilborn.
SINCE METROPOLI-
TAN DETROIT has so
many sit-down delicatessen-
restaurants, how about a
book confined solely to them
. . . plus, of course, the fine
carry-out only establish-
ments . . . Most of the deli
eateries are good and merit
consideration . . . They
may be known as corned
beef of pastrami palaces,
but try the hamburgers, too
. . . (Max's Deli on South-
field & 13 Mile for example
serves a terrific one) . . . or
the tuna sandwiches . . . or
complete meals.
MIKE TAYLOR, VER-
SATILE performer at J's
Beef & Spirits on Telegraph,
was the first singer fea-
tured with the U.S. Navy
Band since the days of Ju-
lius LaRosa . . . While with
the Navy, Mike sang at
many of the White House
functions and most of the
top-ranking embassy par-
ties . . . He is backed by
four talented gents.
Comic Henny Youngman
will do a one-nighter, Oct.
26, at J's Beef & Spirits and
the Four Lads will do like-
wise on Nov. 23.
DUAL BILLING Scotch
'n Sirloin doesn't mean Ron-
nie Phillips and Carl Steger
are appearing there simul-
taneously . . . Ronnie is at
the S &S piano bar Sundays
and Mondays, while Carl
holds sway Tuesday
through Saturday.
MUER'S
CHUCK
CLAMDIGGERS Restau-

rant (formerly Danny's Gin
Mill) on Grand River in
Farmington, is scheduled to
open Nov. 13.
AS WAS EXPECTED
BY MANY restaurateurs,
things have begun to level
off at Victoria Station on
Northwestern . . . The long
lines with much waiting is
not as bad as it was . . .
This should be expected of
any new spot that opens
. . . When the newness
wears off and things go to
normal, that's when the
true restaurant colors show
insofar as food and service is
concerned . . . Bill Knapp's
and Steak 'n Ale should also
be reaching a leveling point
soon.
ANDERSON'S MENU
in Mexico City is sent to us
by Detroiter Helen Tachna
. . . and is a combination of
many good things to eat
plus jocular witticisms . . .
like "Shrimp Cocktail. Big
deal. You can get these back
home." . . . or "Sopa de
Verdura. Hey, you didn't
come all the way down here
to eat vegetable soup!" . . .
or "Langosta Thermidore.
(seasonal) Actually we've
got plenty of lobster. "It's
thermidores that are hard
to catch." . . . The menu is
a huge one and contains in-
numerable descriptions of
the dishes plus laughable
comments after most of
them.

Invite You For Fine
Dining, Cocktails & Dancing

House
Specialties
include
Selected
Seafood,
Steaks,'
Prime Rib and
Rack of Lamb

PRIVATE BANQUET
ROOMS

From 15 to 125

EVERY TUESDAY

Is

FAMILY NIGHT

.

OP Symphony
Concert Nears

AT

BONANZA

15640 W. 11 MILE RD.,

Southfield

AFTER 4 p.m.

CHOPPED STEAK
DINNER

Fresh Crisp Salad,
Hot Baked Potato,
Texas Toast

CORNER OF GREENFIELD

1 29

557-3257

RIB EYE STEAK
DINNER

Fresh Crisp Salad,
Hot Baked Potato,
Texas Toast

SENIOR CITIZENS SPECIAL
ALL DAY MONDAY

CHOPPED STEAK DINNER

FRESH CRISP SALAD,
HOT BAKED POTATO, TEXAS
TOAST

1 49

Private
Facilities
Available

PLUS FREE BEVERAGE

SUNDAY MORNING
Breakfast

at the

LATE SALLY ALEXANDER

The Oak Park Symphony
Orchestra will have its open-
ing concert of the season
8:30 p.m. Oct. 19 at Oak
Park High School. Mark
Dinsmore, flautist and win-
ner of the first award do-
nated by Dr. Gaylord Alex-
ander in memory of his
wife, Sally Allan Alexander,
will be the featured per-
former.
Mrs. Alexander was the
staff pianist for the sym-
phony for several years and
played all baroque instru-
ments.

Windsor Symphony
Women Set Sale

The Women's Association
of the Windsor Symphony
will hold its ninth annual
antique show and sale next
weekend at the Masonic
Temple, Ouellette and Erie
Ayes., Windsor.
Show times are 6-10 p.m.
Oct. 17, 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Oct.
18 and noon-6 p.m. Oct. 19.
Proceeds will go to the
Windsor Symphony Orches-
tra.

19460 W. 10 MILE RD. (1 Blk. E. of Evergreen)

352-7466

IS THE PERFECT WAY
TO START YOUR DAY.

JOIN US
SUNDAY
FROM 9 A.M.

ALSO STILL SERVING OUR 7 GREAT
SUPER DINNER SPECIALS

• SATURDAY & SUNDAY . • BROILED WHITE

FISH OR FRIED CHICKEN

DELMONICO
STEAK OR FRIED SHRIMPS
• THURSDAY . . . LIVER & ONIONS
OR VEAL CUTLET
• WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY . . . OUR FAMOUS
FISH & CHIPS

• MONDAY & TUESDAY .

ALL ABOVE DINNERS INCLUDE: SOUP, SALAD, VEG.,
CHOICE OF POT., ROLLS & BUTTER,.TEA OR COFFEE

DAILY HOURS: MON.-THURS., 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
FRI. & SAT., 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
SUNDAY, 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

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