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February 13, 1976 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-02-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, February 13, 1976

DIMITRI'S
316 N. WOODWARD

ROYAL OAK

Specials

Plus Others All Day

GOURMET
DINNERS
NITELY
95 . $500

inc. soup & coffee

7 a.m.-12 Noon

$195

2 BLKS N. OF 11 MILE
542-4880

LUNCHEON

SUPER BREAKFAST

different Item
each day 11-2

'

$ 1

1 95

r SOMETHING NEW & DIFFERENT1 -1/4

SUNDAY BRUNCH

EVERY SUNDAY 12 NOON-4p.m.

From

• Boneless Almond Chicken
• Fried Shrimp • Sweet & Sour Ribs
• Steak Kow • 3 Kinds of Chow Mein $ 225 up

CHINESE DINNER SPECIALS

EVERY SUNDAY THRU THURSDAY

Served With Shrimp Egg Rolls & Fried Rice

CHICKEN CHOW MEIN

$2.95

BONELESS ALMOND CHICKEN

$ 3.25

$2.75

EGG FOO YOUNG

$3.50

CHINESE FRIED SHRIMP

$3.95

STEAK KOW

Susie Dong's

33459
W. 8 MILE RD.

JUST WEST OF
FARMINGTON RD.

477-0656

,

10% OFF W/THIS AD

THERE IS A
DIFFERENCE!

Visit Us And See For Yourself

46)eceeemevil

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

352-7466
OUR BREAKFAST
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
• MONDAY & TUESDAY .
DELMONICO
STEAK OR FRIED SHRIMPS
• THURSDAY . . . LIVER & ONIONS
OR VEAL CUTLET
• WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY ... OUR FAMOUS
FISH & CHIPS

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

Our Sat. 8 Sun. Specials
Also Include
Jello or Rice Pudding
For Dessert

DAILY HOURS: MON.-THURS., 7 o.m. to 9:30 p.m.
FRI. 8, SAT., 7 a.m. lo 11 p.m.
SUNDAY, 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

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Jewish Rumaki . . . water
chestnuts inside chicken
liver and wrapped with
corned beef.
WHEN LORIO com-
pletes its Golden Coach en-
gagement, Feb. 29, on cen-
terstage will be The
Gaylords with their songs
and zany comedy . . .
They'll be at the Van Dyke
spot March 2 through March
28
HONESTY IS ... Marvin
Posner halfway downtown
turning around and return-
ing to the eatery where he
had forgotten to pay his
check.
NEW OWNER of Zukin's
Rib Shack on Coolidge in
Oak Park is Sever Dixon.
BE SURE TO CALL
ahead to save your lobster
or lobsters at the Cap6.in's
Table on Sheldon in North-
ville . . . They go very fast
. . . and good reason, too,
with Chef Chico Paraltta
doing the kind of cooking
he's done for so many years
. . . Captain's Table is the
only place we know where
you can also get half a 11/4 lb.
Maine lobster and a filet for
$10.50, complete dinner
•-from shrimp cocktail on
down . . . That's what we
had there recently, and it
was a tasty experience . . .
Waiter "Woody" Weller and
the others will be serving a
lot of this once it becomes
known . . . A dish of this
kind is hard to beat . . . and
the price is right.
JUDY AND the United
Sound are at Holiday Inn's
Ronde-View revolving -res-
taurant atop the inn on Tel-
egraph in Southfield, Mon-
day through Friday . .
Pianist Ray King is in the
Penalty Box Lounge Tues-
day through Saturday.
ALTHOUGH NO JAZZ
concerts have been sched-
uled by Bobbies Pub on Tel-
egraph for this month, it
has one of the finest jazz
saxophonists and all-around
music man entertainers in
the business . . . Now there
is Bob Snyder, of whom
there are few better in the
country . . . It's called the
Bob Snyder Show . . . and
show it no doubt is with this
excellent wind-and-reed
magician.
ANOTHER OF those
odd names, Act Three Plus
One is at the Interlude on E.
12 Mile between Mound and
Ryan.
MORE MAIL . . . from
Leonard W. Moss, professor
of anthropology in the Col-
lege of Liberal Arts at
Wayne State University
. . . "In general„ Hy Lewis
did a good job of minding
the store. However, it
causes my scholarly hide to
itch when I discover inaccu-
racies. So, let us set the rec-
ord straight. Not all native
Italians eat pasta at every
meal. Large numbers of It-
alians don't eat it at all. Ex-
cluding idiosyncratic varia-
tions of diet, there are vast
regional differences evident
in Italy. Southern and Cen-
tral Italians are the big con-
sumers of pasta. The Mil-
anese, Torinese, and
Venetians are big rice buffs.
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IF

THE SUSSEX HOUSE

The Best of Everything



Throughout the Po Valley
people consume vast quanti-
ties of polenta (mammaliga-
corn meal). Up in the Alpine
reaches, potatoes are the
staple of diet. Also. it ap-
pears that the word restau-
rants did not enter the vo-
cabulary — with its present
meaning — until 1765. A
certain vendor of soup, Bou-
langer, opened a shop on the
Rue Bailleul (Paris) and . in-
scribed on his sign: Boulan-
ger sells magical restora-
tives. (Vede: Prosper
Montagne", "Larousse Gas-
tronomique." NY: Crown
Publishers, 1961,.p. 806.)
MARTY KOPITZ got
his name of The Perfect
Blend from good food, good
atmosphere and good people
for his spot in the Fidelity
Bldg. on Northwestern and
10 Mile . . . Now his ace
chef Max Shelby has come
up with something which
may give it even more mean-
ing with his special recipe
for bar-b-q ribs and well-
guarded sauce secret.
IT WAS 2 p.m. and a
Southfield restaurateur
couldn't understand why he
hadn't seen a customer all
day . . . That is until told
that somebody had forgot-
ten to flip the window sign
. . . and a big bold Closed
was chasing people away.

Media Seminars
Due at Marygrove

Seven groups of profes-
sional communicators are
sponsoring Detroit's second
annual "Transition" career
conference on Feb. 21, be-
ginning 8:30 a.m. at Mary-
grove College.
Student and professional
communicators will be able
to attend four workshops
dealing with various media
careers and hear the lunch-
eon keynote speaker, col-
umnist Bob Talbert of the
Detroit Free Press.
Sponsoring organizations
are Adcraft Club, American
Women in Radio and Televi-
sion, Inc., International As-
sociation of Business Com-
municators, Public
Relations Society of Amer-
ica, Society of Professional
Journalists (Sigma Delta
Chi), Women's Advertising
Club and Women in Com-
munications Inc.
For brochures and infor-
mation, call the "Transition
'76" office, 962-7225.
"Transition '76 is open to
the public.

19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen)

Open Mon.-Sat. from 11:30 a.m.
MON., TUES. & WED. ONLY

I

$5 95

PRIME RIB DINNER

Veal Scallopini A La Marsala or
Beef Shishkebab with Pilaf

reg. $7.50

Entertainment

Thurs., Fri. &
Sat.

Now $4.95

BANQUET FACILITIES FOR UP TO 250

L:

EDDINGS • SHOWERS • BAR MITZVAS • PARTIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS

■•■■



011e @the Attic

29515 SOUTHFIELD RD. N. of 12 Mile

557-1425

Southfield

IS

NOW OPEN

• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

Sun. thru Thurs., 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Fri., 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. • Sat. 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.

SATURDAY

FRIDAY

OUR SPECIALTY

BRAISED SHORT RIBS BAKED WHITE FISH
$285
$2"

SUNDAY

OUR FAMILY-STYLE
BREAKFAST

SUNDAY DINNER SPECIAL

BAKED OR FRIED
CHICKEN WITH RICE

$2"

Enjoy Our New Dinner Menu
Featuring Such items As

Filet of Sole St. Germain

Lightly coated, sauteed and served
with Morney Sauce

Combined With Our Exciting Salad Bar
This Makes An Enjoyable Dinner

18100 W. 10 Mile Rd.,

cor. Southfield Rd.

559-4230

Lunch, Mon.-Fri., 11:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Dinner, Mon.-Fri., 5 p.m.-11 p.m.
Dinner, Saturday, 5:30 p.m.-12 Mid.

Late Evening Menu Available

Science Center
to Offer Lecture

Dr. David J. Frantz, direc-
tor of the Detroit Science
Center, will explain how to
use the telescope, 5 p.m.
Sunday at the center.
Beginning with a general
discussion of the principle
of the telescope and some of
its history, Dr. Frantz will
use a model to answer some
of the common questions
new astronomers ask.
There is no charge, but
due to space limitations,
reservations are requested
by calling the center,
833-1892. The Science Cen-
ter is located at 52 East For-
V E ,
,
e . L

559-3377

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27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

At 12 Mile, Just

851-4094
Open Mon. thru Sat.
11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

Off U.S. 696

ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD

PRIVATE CATERING AND-BANQUET FACILITIES
• Businessmen's Luncheons • Dinners

CHARLES
BOLES

At The Piano Bar

FOR COCKTAIL HOUR
MON. THRU FRI.
4 P.M. TO 7 P.M.

SPECIAL STYLINGS OF

GARY PRIMO
DUO

MON. THRU SAT. 9 P.M.-2 A.M.

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