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NOW OPEN SUNDAYS
BRUNCH & DINNER BUFFET
11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
CHILDREN UNDER 12
30( PER YEAR OF AGE
PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES
17630 WOODWARD (4BIks.1 ■ 1ot 6 Mile)
F or Reservations
HALF MAINE LOBSTER & FILET . .$10.50
captatn s table
145 SHELDON (N. Center) Northville
Invites You To Enjoy
at it's finest!
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FRESH LOBSTER DINNER
• CHOICE OF TOMATO JUICE,
MARINATED HERRING OR
• HOME-MADE SOUP OR
BOSTON-STYLE CLAM CHOWDER
• CHOICE OF BAKED OR
FRENCH FRIED POTATOES
• COFFEE, TEA OR MILK
NOW APPEARING — THE KOPASETIKS
TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY
THERE IS A
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19460 W. 10 MILE RD. (1 BIk. E. of Evergreen
IS THE PERFECT WAY
TO START YOUR DAY
FROM 9 A.M.
ALSO STILL SERVING OUR 7 GREAT
SUPER DINNER SPECIALS
• SATURDAY & SUNDAY .
FISH OR FRIED CHICKEN .
• MONDAY & TUESDAY .-. . DELMONICO
STEAK OR FRIED SHRIMPS
• THURSDAY . . . LIVER & ONIONS
OR VEAL CUTLET
• WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY .
FISH & CHIPS
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
FRI. & SAT., 7 a.m. to 1I p.m.
SUNDAY, 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Our Sat. & Sun. Specials
Jello or Rice Pudding.)
The Best of Everything
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earned his badge of honor as THAT Detroit has had of
new counter man at Sutton being a gastronomic desert
Deli on Lahser and Nine is a fable largely built by
Mile . . . Only took two out-of-towners . . . How-
days before Craig cut him- ever, unfortunately, De-
self three stiches deep.
troiters have contributed in
SO SORRY, PLEASE some measure to the lie . . .
. . . Typo error on one of Actually, there are many
the guests at our table dur- hundreds of restaurants in
ing recent Forbidden City the metropolitan area . . .
Chinese New Year celebra- some of them are very good,
tion should have read furni- some are bad . . . but most
ture gent Al Silver.
of them give you your mon-
DETROIT'S APPEAR- ey's worth.
ANCE is March 1 . . . in
Detroit and suburbs now
the four-year reunion tour take a back seat to very few
of the Dave Brubeck Quar- areas around the country
tet tour in celebration of its . . . In fact, if a survey were
Silver Anniversary . . . taken, we would rank
Eight years ago, the four among the top places in the
gents decided to "get off the nation . . . New York, New
road" and settle down . . . Orleans, San Francisco,
assembling only for this Chicago and Los Angeles
tour . . . They'll be at the enjoy the esteem of the
Birmingham Groves Audi- gourmets in this country
torium, 13 Mile and Ever- . . . but don't sell Detroit
green in two concerts, 7 p.m. and suburbs short!
and 10 p.m.
We have frequently heard
DREAM COME TRUE Detroit is woefully lacking
was had by Jackie Kallen, in good eating places — but
entertainment writer for find ourselves unable to rec-
the Oakland Press . . . Of oncile this statement with
all the entertainers she had the facts . . . The big ques-
interviewed during her tion is whether detractors
young life, Jackie would are seeking good food or
have traded most of them glamour.
for just one togetherness
with Elvis Presley . . . She
was one of the very few that Golf and Racquet
got to see Elvis Presley . . . Show Will Open
when the original hip swin-
The Detroit Golf and Ten-
ger was at Pontiac Stadium.
nis Show will open noon
ACCORDING TO the Feb. 27 for three days at
Italian American Historical Cobo Hall. Its promoters
Society, the pizza is of Jew- say it is the first show to
ish origin and its true ances- feature both golf and rac-
tor is the matzo, unleavened quet sports, and will also fo-
bread . . . Roman soldiers cus attention on its audi-
in about 200 BCE decided to ence.
hop up the matzo with a dab
Visitors to the show will
of olive oil and some cheese be able to participate in a
. . . Lo, the pizza was born. hole-in-one contest, a golf
The pizza went into dec- driving range, play against a
line when Rome fell, but the tennis machine, and get tips
custom of having public from pros in several sports.
ovens in the town square
Participants will include
kept it alive in Naples and trick-shot golfer Paul Hahn,
Sicily . . . Children always tennis stars Althea Gibson
hovered about when the and Trish Faulkner, and
good wives came to bake Graham Steenhoven of the
their daily bread and were U.S. Table Tennis Associa-
rewarded with a slab of tion who brought "Ping
pizza made from leftover Pong Diplomacy" to China.
Fashions, equipment, and
Two different styles demonstrations for golf,
emerged . . . The Sicilians tennis, table tennis, plat-
make a crust several inches form tennis, squash and
thick, the Neapolitans like it badminton will be pre-
The pizza fad got started
in 1936 when a saloon owner
asked Frank Mastro, a res- Sholem Aleichem
taurant supply man still lo- Tribute in Yiddish
cated on the Bowery, to de-
vise a small oven capable of
The Yiddish Committee
generating the 600 degree of the Jewish Community
heat needed for pizza . . . Center vcrill meet 3 p.m. Sun-
According to Mastro, pizza day at the 10 Mile branch. A
first sold like hot cakes in program dedicated to the
New York's German neigh- 60th yahrzeit of Sholem
borhoods because "the Itali- Aleichem will be presented.
ans don't go much for eating
Author Wolf Snyder will
speak on "The Life and
The pizza continued to Work of Sholem Aleichem."
jump ethnic and geographi- Dr. Irving Panush will re-
cal barriers . . . Now New cite from his work. All are
York and Chicago lead the welcome.
field, but Boston, Miami
and Los Angeles are brea-
thing hot mozzarella fumes
And it shall come to pass
on their necks, with Phila- in the end of days, that the
delphia and Detroit close be- mountain of the Lord's
house shall be established
Jewish neighborhoods are as the top of the mountains,
considered the best location and shall be exalted above
. . . Irish and German come the hills; and all nations
next . . . with the Italians shall flow unto it.
far in the rear.
The Jew is the yeast of
the European dough.
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6 NIGHTS A WEEK — MONDAYS THRU SATURDAYS
Complete Dinner Incl.
French Onion Soup or Juice, Salad, Hot
Garlic Bread, Potato or Vegetable, Fresh
Baked Loaf of Bread, Coffee, Tea or Sanka
JOSE RIOJAS, Song Stylings, Mon. thru Sat.
23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.
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EVERY MONDAY & TUESDAY NITE
5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
STARTING MARCH 1, 1976
Relish Tray, Choice of Soup,
Salad or Cole Slaw and Coffee,
Tea or Milk
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