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November 26, 1976 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-11-26

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30 Friday, November 26, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Best of Everything

RID CIDARS

CHEF SPECIALS

(Continued from Page 29)

MONDAY THRU SATURDAY NIGHTS

1

The one pertaining to
this gent says, "The
Haute ' Cuisine Per-
sonalities — great food —
arrogant, petulant and
intimidating manage-
ments (you're not a guest
here) — they're doing you
a favor by admitting you
to the presence of the
Great Person."
SAM GRUBER of the
London Chop House on
Congress, tells the story
of the two men from De-
troit who met in Israel —
and the one said to the
other — "Don't I know
you from someplace? Isn't
your name Hoberman?"
. . . The other one said,
"No, I don't think I know
you. My name is O'Hara."
. . . The first one was per-
sistent and said, "Didn't
your name used to be
Hoberman? You sure look
like a kid I went to school
with." ... The second one
was getting angry and
said, "I told you, my name
is "O'Hara. My father's
name was O'Hara. My
grandfather's name was
O'Hara and my great-
a/av
•grandfather,
hashalom, his name was
O'Hara, too!"

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1 BIk. No. of Sq. Lake
On Woodward Ave.
(,'`'')

The MUSICAL HIT

DO! I DO!th

\

2 Hour Musical

• Fridays & Saturdays

This very-much noticed
at 8:15
and appreciated item is
• Admission Only $4.50
(Cocktails Available)
part of Al's stickler trait
• Dinner & Theatre Pac-
of extreme cleanliness.
As requested by reader
kages $9.95 (14 Entrees)
Mrs. Leonard Jackson, we
had the prime rib of beef
Reservations: 338-6131
Served On A Sizzling Plotter
. . . and can attest to her
OR
"out of this world" state-
ment . . . Regardless of
the cut, end or otherwise,
; ROSE
an electronic device
Invite You To See Why
Both Complete Dinners Inc.
makes the beef come out
French Onion Soup or Juice, Salad, Hot
exactly as ordered
throughout ... from one
Garlic Bread, Potato or Vegetable, Fresh
In The Metropolitan
end to another.
Baked boat of Bread, Coffee, Tea or Sanka
Detroit Area
Fine waitress, Carol
Greenwood, is another of
the excellent lineup of
27167
JOSE RIOJAS, Song Stylings,_ Mon. thru Sat.
employees at Topinka's
GREENFIELD
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Country House.
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IT'S NOW The Three
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OUR FAMOUS BREAKFAST
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Tues.-Sat., 7 a.m.-11 a.m.
• FRESH ORANGE JUICE
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• 2 EGGS (any style)
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• ROLL OR BAGEL

COFFEE OR TEA
Jacobs.
CONTINUING AT THE
Carousel on Groesbeck in
Mt. Clemens are Gaylord
and Holiday, once known
as The Gaylords ... doing
their usual very fine job
of entertaining ... Ron
Gaylord, Bert Rinaldi and
Don Rae made up The
2150 WOODWARD, Just N. of Square Lake Rd.
Gaylords ... Today, Ron-
*334-4727
Next to Kingswood Theater
nie and Bert do the
onstage stuff with Don World Golf Atlas
2 Blks. N. of 11 Mile
serving as their musical a Gem for Golfers
542-4880
Royal Oak
director.
"World Atlas of Golf"
CELEBRATING ITS
IS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
third anniversary is the (Random House) is a ver-
7 a.m. to 11 p.m. SERVING THE FINEST IN .. .
Deli Tray Carry-Out on 14 itable gem for all golfers.
Additionally, it is a
• STEAKS
• GREEK SPECIALTIES
Mile and Middlebelt in
• BREAKFASTS • LUNCHES • DINNERS
the Franklin Shopping marvelous work for those
• SANDWICHES (hot or-cold), • BAR-B-Q RIBS
interested
in
layouts
of
Center ... The spot
LOW CAL SPECIALS
• DIET DISHES
• ITALIAN DISHES
owned by Sid Abramovitz golf courses. Therefore, it
• Ice Cream
NEW MENU

FAMOUS
DESSERTS
is not only an informative
does a reputable job.
• CONEY ISLANDS
• Breakfast-Lunches-Dinners • Desserts
WITHOUT TELLING work for golfers but is
PASTITSIO, MOUSAKA AND BAKLAVA
any names, book out, also a superb textbook for
COMPLETE CARRY-OUT MENU • GREEK DISHES & SALAD
"Meet, Eat & Enjoy De- those planning to enter
HOME - MADE IN OUR OWN KITCHEN
troit" by Mary Conway the architectural field of
and Harry Satchwell tells golf course planning.
A number of authors
about an east side re-
Try Our Special Greek Salad
staurant whose owner have combined their
has been the subject of skills to produce this
OPEN FOR
complaining letters sent work. They include Pat
Ward-Thomas, Herbert
to us.
• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER
"There are perhaps a Warren Wind, Charles
• AFTER-DINNER SNACKS
dozen or two well- Price and Peter Thomson.
publicized, over-reviewed
MONDAY THRU THURSDAY, 6:30 a.m. to 12 Mid.
restaurants (or Freeman Conducts
at
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 6:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.
restaurant-related per-
SUNDAY, 7 a.m. to 12 Mid.
4';11
sonalities) that are not Youth Orchestra
mentioned in this book —
Paul Freeman will be
IN-HOME CATERING FOR
such conscious ommis-
the guest conductor at
sions
fall
into
four
COCKTAIL
PARTIES
AND
DINNERS
I
the second concert of the
Qategories."
Same Great Food—Same Decor
Detroit Symphony Youth
elme vow am
I Orchestra's seventh sea-
Entertainment Mon. thru Fri. ONLY
son 8 p.m. Sunday in Ford
Valet Parking
Auditorium. Guest solo-
ists for the concert will be
up to
O two
4"
young pianists:
C Kevin Gibbs, who is a stu-
#
.1) dent of Mischa Kottler,
WITH THE PURCHASE OF A SECOND COMPLETE
and Martha Naset, a doc-
2 toral student at the Uni-
DINNER OF EQUAL OR GREATER VALUE
versity of Michigan.
Proceeds will go to the
COUPON
PER
PARTY

NOT
GOOD
FOR
PIZZA,
SANDWICHES
OR
SIDE
ORDERS
ONE
DSYO scholarship fund.
OUR DINNERS ARE COMPLETE ... AND INCLUDE: • SALAD BAR
Tickets are available at
963-8484
1431 Times Square
the Ford Auditorium box
• HOT GARLIC BREAD • ICE CREAM OR SHERBET • COFFEE, TEA OR POP
office.
Up To

12 OZ. BROILED
NEW YORK STEAK

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(side

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SAT., 12 Noon to 11 p.m.
SUN., 12 Noon to 9 p.m

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Modern Ballet
Due in Southfield

The Metropolitan Bal-
let Company of Michigan
will make its Southfield
debut with an original
contemporary ballet 8
p.m. Dec. 3 and 4 at South-
field High School.
For tickets, call the
Southfield Parks and
Recreation Department,
sponsor of the ballet,
354-9603.

.

IFIMANS
E

CHOP HOUSE

VALUE

Fridays & Saturdays

You and your guest are cordially invited
to enjoy one complimentary DINNER
when a second DINNER of equal or gre-
ater value is purchased.

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