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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 29, 1977 29

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COARS

WHEN IN WINDSOR EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE 71

The Best of Everything

HUNGARIAN VILLAGE •

keyboard, flute and vocals
VEAL PAPRIKAS
'4.95
Again came Sharon...this and Tom Daldin on drums
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY NIGHTS
FILET MIGNON
time with our choice of an and percussion as well as
$6.95
after-dinner cigar.
vocals both attended Sea-
TRANSYLVANIA
MEAT
PLATTER
.
Everything was done so holm High in Birmingham
$
FOR 2
elegantly...by such wonder- with Liz...Tom is also the
11.95
ful people...certainly among manager, and originally
FOR 4
$ 22.95
Detroit's cream of the crop studied trumbone...only re-
Served On A Sizzling Platter
ALL ABOVE INCLUDE:
when it comes to lavish din- cently discovering his great
SOUP, SALAD,
I ALL OUR FOOD IS HOME-MADE
OR
ing...La Fontaine and De- liking for drums...He has
BREAD & BUTTER
troit Plaza can be proud of had no formal training,
MON.-SAT., 12 NOON-12-MID.
SUN., 12 NOON-10 P.M.
these folks...they are tops.
more or less teaching him-
1665 OTTAWA ST.
For Res. 1-519-258-3212
There are two dishes self.
95
$
Right Out of Tunnel to Goyeau. Right To Wyandotte,Left 7 Lights to Gladstone. Right To
Both Complete Dinners Inc.
which ask for 45 minutes
Mark Pasman, bass gui-
Ottowa.
French Onion Soup or Juice, Salad, Hot
preparation time...If you tar, percussion and vocals
We Honor Major Credit Cards
wish. either, it is advised to and Rick Rattner, guitar,
. 1 11■■•••■• ■ •1 1P.10-41■411 ■■•111i190 111-4.-41 ■ 41 ■ 411 ■ 1P-41 ■ 11PIP
Garlic Bread, Potato or Vegetable, Fresh
put
your
orcIers
in
as
soon
bass
and
lead
vocals
round
Baked Loaf of Bread.
as you sit down or be- out the highly energetic and
fore...Each are for two entertaining group.
people...La Selle de Chev-
LARRY STEWART'S
_ JOSE RIMS, Song Stylings, Mon. thru Sat.
reuil "Grand Ve- Campus Custard and Coney
neur"...roasted saddle of spot is at the Pontiac Plaza
353-5170
23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.
venison with traditional on Perry and Waldon...He
game sauce, served with is the son of Rose and Sam
##44hf..#•#.0~#1"
cranberries and chestnut Stewart.
THE ONE AND ONLY .. .
puree...and Le Faisan Sault
TONIGHT IS FIRST pre-
27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
At 12 Mile, Just
Sainte Marie...young pheas-
sentation of Dinner Theater
ant filled with wild rice, at Alvaro's restaurant, 14
Off U.S. 696
8.51-4 094
NOT
goose liver and truffles, Mile and Crooks...Janus
Open Mon. thru Sat.
AFFILIATED
braised in fine Canadian Productions presents the
11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.
WITH
whisky and served in a pas-
Broadway hit, "A Thur-
ANY OTHER
try sealed casserole.
ber's Carnival," featuring
DIMITRI'S
vignettes of James Thur-
A number of special serv-
ices distinguish La Fon- ber's works and directed by
taine from other restau-. - Edgar Guest III...Mickey
316 N. WOODWARD, 2 Blks. N. of 11 Mile
Goodman, no longer in pro-
PRIVATE CATERING AND BANQUET fACHATIES ,
rants...Silver vases and
place settings...the warm duction, is now in a manage-
Royal Oak
■ Businessmen's Luncheons • Dinners
542-4880
rial capacity of dinner thea-
hand towels given to diners
Daily Specials & Dinners
Complete Children's
ter...Performances will be
after the meal.
SPECIAL STYLINGS OF
NOW FEATURING
Menu . . . and LOW
presented every Friday and
Certain things immedi-
PREPARED BY
ately suggest excel- Saturday eve...dinner at 7,
Famiy Dining Prices!
OWNER & CHEF NIKOS
lence...On the table, crys-
show at 8:30... For reserva-
tal, flatware and linen are
tions, call 549-2420.
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK, 7 a.m. TO 11 p.m.
sparkling and clean...within
JEAN TRAVIS usually
SERVING THE ABSOLUTE FINEST IN
10 feet of any table, at al- works evenings at the Gold-
AT THE PIANO BAR
most any time, there is
en Mushroom on 10 Mile
• BREAKFASTS • LUNCHES • DINNERS
TUES. THRU SAT.
someone ready to hear a
and Southfield... Lucky for
SEE OUR GREAT
request and take care of its
WE SPECIALIZE IN
LO-CAL SPECIALS
promptly...and the demea-
FRESH
• ICE CREAM • DESSERTS
BROILED FISH
• nor of these people, though
• BREAKFASTS • LUNCHES • DINNERS
it is always proper, is never
PRIVATE. ROOM
.'DAILY SPECIALS
stiff.
SATURDAY
• COMPWWLUNCH SPECIALS ... S2.25
If you like quiet intimacy,
NOON PARTIES
elegant dining and superb
COMPLETE CARRY-OUT MENU • GREEK DISHES & SALAD
,service, you'll truly enjoy
RELAX & ENJOY THE COOL, COOL COMFORT OF
La Fontaine at. Detroit
DETROIT'S FAVORITE FOR ALMOST 17 YEARS
-- Plaza.


TONIGHT
AND
TOMOR-
MIKE CHUDLER'S
LUNCHES
ROW night are last two eve-
AFTER-THEATER
nings
to
MENU
hear
Don
Mon.-Sat., 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
McKenzie at Scotch 'n Sir-
SUN.-THURS.,
DINNERS
loin, Greenfield and James
10 p.m.-11:45 p.m.
Mon.-Sat. 5 p.m.-10 p.m.
Couzens...Jo Thompson re-
FRI. & SAT.,
SUN., 4 p.m.-10 p.m.
turns Aug. 3 for her regular
GREENFIELD AT JAMES COUZENS
10 p.m.-12:45 p.m.
Wednesday through Satur-
342-5660
_
day stint...Dick Bellen is
OPEN 7 DAYS...SUN., 4 p.m.-2 a.m. MON.-SAT., 11 a.m.-2,a.m.
bass player with piano styl-
ist Bobby Elliott on Sunday,
Excellent Steaks and Seafoods • Choice Cocktails
Monday and Tuesday.
MON. & TUES. 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
CONTRARY TO
THURS. & FRI., 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
RUMORS, Mama Zelda's
on Southfield • and 12 1/2 is
COMPLETE SLAB
still owned by Ira Levy...It
INCLUDES: COTTAGE $
is probably the only restau-
INCLUDES: CORN-ON-
FRIES, CHOICE OF SOUP,
THE:-COB, •BAKED P0-•
rant around whose prices
SALAD OR COLE SLAW
TATO; SALAD OR COLE
a: e cheaper today than
SLAW • No odupons
they were in 1975 when first
opened.
RETURNING THIS WED., AUG. 3
WHEN IN Sarnia, Ont. or
nearby, try Le Gourmet res-
Made The Old FashionAktay On /A Spit
taurant at the -foot of the
Blue Water Bridge, Front
and Exmouth...Owner Nick
Galanos has imported his
chef from Maxim's in Paris
WED, THRU SAT.
to go with :his complete
French kitchen and
FINAL WEEKEND TO SEE
Featuring
menu...The waiters all
DON McKENZIE
DICK BELLEN On Bass
wear black ties...but there
is no restriction on dress be-
cause it is by the water and
boaters like to dine here.
MOVIN' DISCO and 40
top dance sounds from four
Closed Mondays
musicians and Liz Lach-
man on up front
CHILDREN
MON.-SAT., 5 to 6
vocals...that's the new
group, Nightflight, opening
10' COFFEE WITH
EAT FREE
Monday in Hurley 's at
Northfield Hilton Inn in
EACH MEAL
WITH EACH
HAPPY HOUR, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. MON. THRU FRI.
Troy.
NORTHWESTERN AT FRANKLIN RD.
OR SANDWICH
ADULT
Liz is the 20-year-old
• 9e4ecilee49 "Danny And The Golden
Southfield
daughter
of
localities
Addie
I
DINNER
Beer
Of
Kings"
358-1860
and Phil Lachman.
Michael
Helmer
on

CHEF SPECIALS

12 OZ. BROILED
NEW YORK STEAK

1

595

BROILED FLORIDA RED SNAPPER

the
roman
feline()

1

NIKO'S

Sftecialeyir,
ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD

TOM
TABLESIDE
GOURMET ALTENBURG
COOKING

HY SWEAT IT OUT.

HIGHWAY
RIBBERY
BAR B-



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• • SCOTCH' N SIRLOIN • •
% •••••••••••••••••

BAR-B-Q RIB SPECIAL

95

No Coupons

LIVE LOBSTER SPECIAL

$ 995

SUN., MON. & 'TUES.

• DINING • CARRY-OUT
• FREE DELIVERY

1745 COOLIDGE HWY., Just North
Of 11 Mile • Berkley

546-7880

THOMPSON

BOBBY
ELLIOTT

CATCH THE EARLY BIRD AT OUR OTHER FINE SPOT

20% OFF ON FOOD

p.m.

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