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December 12, 1975 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH'NEWS

0 December 12, 1975

1

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 28)

ren, 573-7850, complete din-
ner, one drink per person,
entertainment and dancing
with Westside 6, continental
breakfast, $55 per couple,
tickets in advance . . .

NORTHWESTENN
. AT 1 U . & fraitak457 .3280
IN FRANKLIN SHOPPING PLAZA

GOLDEN MUSHROOM,
W. 10 Mile and Greenfield,

• PIZZAS (square or round)
• ITALIAN DISHES
CONTINENTAL
CUISINE

• DELICIOUS DESSERTS

559-4230, dinner as usual
with no extra cost for menu
of most regular entrees plus
a few special ones . . .

HOLIDAY INN OF
SOUTHFIELD, -. Telegraph

At Prices To Fit Your Budget

— REGULAR HOURS —
MON.-SAT., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
SUNDAY, 1 p.m. to 2 a.m.
CARRY-OUTS AVAILABLE

I

VISIT OUR FINE

SALAD BAR

Kks



Restaurant and Lounge

J'S BEEF & SPIRITS,

25234 GREENFIELD, 1 /2 BLK. N. OF 10 MILE
546-1224
IN THE GREENFIELD CENTER

NOW APPEARING AT OUR
PIANO BAR TUES.- THRU SAT.

"Gentleman Raconteur"

JOEL NASH

,

NEW YEARS EVE

COME
WHERE THE
ACTION IS!

DINNER RESERVATIONS
ACCEPTED

DEFLATED PRICES

Vegge4

S

MON. THRU FRI.
5 P.M. TO 11 P.M.

FriedChicken

SAUTEED'

Chicken Livers

BOILED

Short Ribs

$495

$

A 95

it

$495

SKILLET

95

Steak w/Onions

FRESH STUFFED

Fillet of Sole

$495

ALL DINNERS ARE COMPLETE, INCLUD-
ING SOUP, SALAD, POTATO OR VEGET-
ABLE, COFFEE, TEA OR SANKA


-
plus
Complete Selection of Fine Liquors
Steaks—Chops—Seafood—Bor-B-Q Ribs

LUNCH MON.-FRI., 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
DINNER MON.-SAT., 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

e Ce•i•- -Ve • ••• ••• • • I le

DAILY LUNCHEON
SPECIALS

'

•LATE EVENING
MENU

V

e

at Lodge Fwy.. 353-7700.
Two plans. Plan One, com-
plete dinner, bottle of cham-
pagne per couple, continen-
tal breakfast, $25 per
person. Plan Two, also dou-
ble-occupancy room, break-
fast buffet, $40 per person.
In the Ronde-View on top,
dinner, dancing to Ray King
Trio, $10 cover . .. INTER-
LUDE, 12 Mile, Warren,
751-4340. Complete dinner,
entertainment and dancing
•to John Amore and Sun-
flower, $45 per couple . . .

Telegraph,
Redford,
538-7900, regular dinner
menu, dancing and enter-
tainment, $5 per person
cover . . . JAKKS, Green-
field and 10, 546-1224, three
dinner seatings, 6, 8 and 10
p.m., open house but reser-
vations required for dinner.
Joel Nash at the piano bar
. JOHN LAFFREY'S,
Seven Mile and Telegraph,
538-4688. Complete dinners
$9.85, three seatings, 6:30;
8:30, 10:30 p.m. Entertain-
ment . . .
MICHIGAN INN, J. L.
Hudson Dr.; 559-3462, din-
ner-dance in Great Lakes
Ballroom, dinner at 9:30
p.m., entertainment by The
Dazzlers, dancing to Johnny
Trudell Band, tickets in ad-
vance, $60 per couple in-
cludes bottle of champagne.
(Additional $25 per couple
includes deluxe guest room
and full breakfast for two
through room service or
Coffee Garden). In Dewey's,
open house. Benchmark,
regular menu. Reservations
an absolute must . .. MIL-
, ANO'S, Tecumseh in Wind-
sor, WO 2-1558. Regular
menu, regular prices as al-
ways .. . MONK'S CEL-
LAR, W. 12 Mile, Farming-
ton, 477-6907, choice of
regular menu, house and
champagne wines, all
drinks, entertainment and
dancing to the Loving Cup
with Marlene Hill, perform-
ing from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. $75
per couple includes tax and
'tip. Reservaticins an abso-
lute must . . .
OAK BARREL, W.
Seven Mile Rd., 535-0633,
dinner, entertainment and
dancing to Lenny Schick
band, $12.50 per person . . .

OLD MILL TAVERN,

Dixie Hwy., Waterford,
623-9300, Three seatings,
complete dinners, at 6 and 8,
$11 and at 10 p.m., $20 in-
cluding fifth of champagne
per couple, in Milling Din-
ing Room. Entertainment
downstairs in Milling Tav-
ern, Joannie. Allen duo.
Dancing upstairs in the At-
tic Disco . . . PARADISO
CAFE, Woodward, TO
9-2988, open house . . .

HOTEL PONTCHAR-
TRAIN . . . Top 0' The

Pontch, regular menu, en-
tertainment and dancing to
Richard Maltby's orchestra,
$30 per person. Charley's
Raw Bar, regular menu.
VerSailles Ballroom, cock-
tails but no food, dancing to
Jerry Ross Orchestra, $7.50
per person . . . RED CE-
DARS, Telegraph and Nine,
353-5170. Complete dinner
$12.50 per person (lobster
tails. and surf and turf
slightly higher). Seatings at
7, 8 and 10 p.m. Entertain-
ment and dancing, Larry
Parks at the piano plus a
three-piece combo. Reserva-
tions a must. (All dinners
before 7 at reduced prices.)
.. . RIKSHAW INN, Or-
chard Mall, Orchard Lake
Rd. and Maple, 851-6400.
Same menu, same prices
. . . ROMAN TERRACE,
Orchard Lake Rd. and 12
Mile, 851-4094, three dinner
seatings, 5:30, 7:30 and 9:30
p.m., $10 deposit (applied to
check) required for first
two. 9:30 is package 'til 4
a.m. including dinner, half-
bottle champagne per cou-
ple, entertainment and
dancing to Danny Stevenson
Trio. Continental breakfast,
$35 per couple .. .

START MAKING your
New Year's Eve reservations
NOW! . . . Don't wait until
the last moments or days to
get your plans underway
. .. Also, make certain to
call ahead before going any-
where this New Year's Eve
. . . Be certain your reser-
vation is listed . . . or, if it's
"open house," whether or
not you can get in.

Man doth not live by
bread only, but by every-
thing that proceedeth out of
the mouth of the Lord doth
man live.
—Deuteronomy 8:3
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DINE & DANCE*

EVERY NIGHT t

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James Cohen
Mon. & Tues.
tit, /-Pa la u & Allen Street ;
Wed.-Sat.

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18800 W. McNICHOLS

(6 Blks. W. of Southfield)

Ref 6 & 7 Mlle Rds

869-5674

538-4850

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FILLED WITH

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PLAYBOY CLUB,

James Couzens and Green-
field, 863-8855, two ways to
go. 1. downstairs in the
party room, buffet, enter-
tainment and dancing, plus
bottle of champagne, $40
per couple. 2. Upstairs, full
course sit-down dinner, bot-
tle of champagne per couple,
entertainment and dancing,
. . .
$50 per couple

SCOTCH 'N SIRLOIN,

Greenfield and James Couz-
ens, 342-5660, Open house,
but dinner reservations a
must for seatings at 6, 8 and
10 p.m. Entertainment by
Carl Steger . .. SQUIRE'S
TABLE, S. Commerce,
624-6660, all prices as usual,
no cover upstairs for dinner,
$5 cover downstairs for Bob
Posch entertainment 'til 4
SUSSEX
a. m . . . .
HOUSE, W. 12 Mile and
Evergreen, 559-3377, open
house, entertainment and
dancing . . . TED'S, Wood-
ward and Square Lake, MI
4-7764 . . . Gatsby Room
starts at 9 p.m., deluxe din-
ner with wine service, enter-
tainment and dancing to
Lorio, $22.50 per person.
Another package available
also . . . TOPINKA'S,
Country House, Seven Mile
and Telegraph, 531-9000,
and on Grand Blvd., TR.
5-2014, complete dinner in-
cluding salad bar at both.
Entertainment by Al Cim-
erelli Trio at - Country
House, and by Richard Car-
loy on organ at the boule-
vard • spot . . . TRIO,
Northwestern and Franklin,
358-1860, open house, din-
ner seatings at 6, 8 and 10
p.m., entertainment and
dancing to Strutters Ball
. . . TROY-HILTON INN,
Stephenson Hwy., Troy,
583-9000, hors d'oeuvres, fi-
let mignon dinner, drinks at
regular prices, dancing to
Tommy Baldwin band, over-
night accommodations and
brunch, use of pool, late
check out. $76 per couple.

(Or, one of many other

OBURGERS
OCMCKEN

FREE PRIZES
to be awarded at each
Steak & 4U

arm FRY

1050 Ann Arbor Rd. (at Harvey St.)
2 Blks. E. of Sheldon Rd., Plymouth

25025 Telegraph Rd. at 10 Mile Rd., Southfield

NEW'S YEAR'S
EVE PARTY

Southfield at 13 Mile
Call 644-5522
Reservations Requested

Credit Cards Accepted

'MENU
$25 per person includes:
Appetizers,
One Cocktail plus
Soup,
One Champagne or
Salad,
Cold Duck Cocktail —
Bijou Potato Included
choice of Entree and Dessert.
(Lobster $7.50 extra)
APPETIZERS, CHAUD
FROID

California Artichoke
With Drown Butter

Beignet Au Mousse
De Nis Gras

SOUP
Consomme Brillat Savarin



SALAD
Salad Du Chef — Choice of Dressing

ENTREES

(Includes Bijou Potato Du Chef and Vegetables Du Jour)
Filet Mignon
Filet Mignon Wellington
Sauce Bearnaise
Flukey Crust — Sauce Madeira

Roast Rib Eye — Au Jus

Roast Duck A L'Orange

Stuffed Dover Sole
Sauce Bonne Femme

Veal Morel
Imported Morel Mushrooms
In Sauce

Broiled Red Snapper
Grenoblaise
lbs.)
($7.50 extra)
/
2
(2
1
Also — Whole Main Lobster
Broiled or Cardinal Style

DESSERTS

Genuine Vienese
Apple Strudel
Chocolate Almond Mousse

Napoleon Slice

Call 644-5522 for reservations today.

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