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January 07, 1977 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-07

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28 Friday, January 7, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS, 11 a.m. to 12 Mid.

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Adults .....$4 . 75

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By DANNY RASKIN.

DURING THE NEXT nent age group of the cus-
few eeks, when possible tomers that were there
along with her other as- seemed to be in the 25-30
signments, our special range, with an air of the
correspondent, Pamela average middle-middle
Joyce, will be taking you class.
on a tour of many of the
"It's this reviewer's
well-known and not so opinion that the absence of
well-known "singles clientele is due to the poor
bars" in the area . . . It is grade of musical groups_
our hope to give the single offered, plus the erratic
19460 W. 10 MILE RD.(1 BIk. E. of Evergreen)
people of today an insight and discourteous service I-
352-7466
into the types of night received. I hope the man-
spots that are offered, age agement of_Dewey's will
groups and genera! back- see the light, and increase
grounds of the singles their entertainemnt
for
frequenting each lounge, budget enough to feature
type of entertainment of- groups such as The Shades
• Breakfast • Lunch •
• Dinner
fered, the best nights to of Gray, Lorio, The Vin-
go and, of course, what eyards, and some of the
time the lines form to get other fine bands that play
in.
in the area.
Pamela will also at-
days a week .. .
"I feel the service
tempt to give you a "sing- would improve automat-
when you want
le's eye view" of the prob- ically if the waitresses
lems encountered durifik had more customers to fill
Enjoy Our Fine Dinner Specials .. .
this period of life . . . Why their tip pockets. I will try
Different Each Day
do singles flock to these Dewey's again in the fu-
In The Casual Elegant Atmosphere
clubs — what do they ture to see if any changes
You Want For Enjoyable Diffirig
hope to find — and what have been made.
they find?
—Hours-
"Yesterdays of the
Pamela writes . . . "In Sheraton - Southfiela
MON.-THURS., 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
the Southfield area, I vis- Hotel was my Wednesday
FRI. & SAT., 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
SUNDAY, 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
ited Dewey's at the night stop. This is possi-
Michigan Inn. Since the bly the most widely fre-
Join Us For A Pleasant
location is ideal, and the quented singles lounge in
Surprise and
lounge is spacious with the metro area, and it's
Discover That
comfortable seating and quite understandable
There Is A
ample standing room, I once you see the decor
Difference
was surprised to find that and hear the music. Orig-
there were relatively few inal antique stained glass
people enjoying the sur- windows and posters of
roundings. The promi- yesteryear are in abun-
dance here. These bom-
cined with the overstuf-
fed chairs and large
stand-up bar area lend to
a very cozy atmosphere.
"Jill Nickora, Yester-
days' manager, has put
her wide background in
management to the test
here. Even with the ex-
tremely large crowds,
Jill's crew of waitresses
and bartenders did an ex-
cellent job of keeping the
The luxurious Marriott Inn has planned an escape vocation for
customers happy, which
you. Fun, food, excitement and all the outdoor recreation you
was a pleasant change of
could wish for, plus a complimentary bottle of champagne awaiting
your arrival.
pace for this type of an es-
Enjoy spending your $25 in "Marriott Money' in Win Schuler's
tablishment.
fabulous Great Expectations Dining Room, the International Gift Shop
"The evening starts
or our Black Jack tavern.
early at Yesterdays with
Enjoy swimming in the Marriott's indoor-outdoor pool with its
unique swim-under channel, or lavish yourself in the luxury of our
their 'cocktail hour' run-
Jacuzzi whirlpool and Finnish sauna.
ning from 4:30 p.m. to 8:30
Enjoy tennis on our championship courts or take in o golf
p.m. During this time you
game just minutes away from the hotel, and don't miss the excite-
can enjoy cocktails for $1
ment of "Big Ten" sightseeing.
each, and until 7 p.m., free
Our Greor Escape — 3 days and 2 nights for just
$69.95 (based on double occup ncy). An additional night is yours
hors d'oeuvres of cheese,
for $17.00.
crackers and cocktail hot
This summer, treat you,. If to the Great Escape Vacation —
dogs are served.
o special mini-holiday from the Marriott Inn to you.
"If you're not one to
stand in line, Steven Rob-
71:44‘.
bins, director of food and
beverage for the hotel, ad-
vises you to arrive here
early. Lines start forming
INN
Ann Arbor
around 8 p.m. on Tuesdays
and Thursdays, 7:30 on
Fill our the coupon
❑ Please send me information on morriorr's Great Escape Vocation.
Wednesday, 7 on Fridays
_ ond mail to:
and at about 11 on Satur-
❑ Please send me information on Marrion's conference facilities.
days.
Marriott Inn/Win Schuler's
Nome
`-`Jill also informed me
3600 Plymouth Road
that Saturday_ night is
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105
Address
largely a singles crowd —
or phone (313) 769-9800
Cry. Store
Zip
the old thought of Satur-
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