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November 25, 1977 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-25

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28 Friday, November 25, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL

25%

OFF ON ALL DISHES
MON. THRU SAT., 4 to 6 p.m.

(Continued from Page 27)

but, say the Davidsons,
"everything is done in such
good taste...with service
dishes of sterling sil-
ver...Rose had Dover sole,
Marvin a sirloin steak. and
each the flaming creme de
menthe over baked Alaska
prepared at their
table...When the meal was
ended, they were brought a
bowl-- of fruit in a silver
bowl...LeGourmet is on
Front St. at Exmouth.

-

"The Home Of Baby
Spare Ribs Since 1941"

Til 1 a.m. Fri. & Sat.

LOCATED FOR 36 YEARS AT 998 W. HURON (M-591. 3
BLOCFS SOUTH OF PONTIAC MALL. MINUTES FROM PINE
KNOB. MEADOWBROOK AND SILVERDOME STADIUM.

WAITERS AND 'WAIT-
RESSES take note...Willie

STILL PONTIAC'S FINEST FOR
Ribs, Steaks and Many More Goodies...
Home Cooking, Full Bar, Entertainment

Uhlman, general manager
at Tunnel Bar-B-Q, North-
western and 12 Mile, tells of
an old Swiss saying that if a
single person has their cof-
fee warmed up without the
cup being empty, they will
get a bad mother-in-
law... (Many people, single
or married, probably get
disgusted, too. )

"RIPENMUTH" CHICKEN DINNERS

EVERY SUNDAY FROM 4 p.m. TO 9 p.m.
ALL YOU $ A 95
61P
CAN EAT

• DAILY SPECIALS
• FRESH FISH

SEN. ABRAHAM RIBI-
COFF, the Detroit Town

• HOMEMADE SOUPS
• GERMAN TREATS

Hall attraction this Wednes-
,

STILL UNDER PERSONAL MANAGEMENT
OF THE HUMPHRIES FAMILY---

WANT A SKIMPY SANDWICH?

JOHN AND BRUCE

OLD TIME DELI

KENNY DAVIS At The Organ Tues. Thru Sat.

27701 Orchard Lake Road

DON'T COME TO

Near 12 Mile

OPEN 24 HOURS

553- 2191

BOOK
YOUR
HOLIDAY 8470 N. TELEGRAPH, 1/2 BIk. S. of Joy Rd.
PARTY Dearborn Heights
565-4848
-
HOURS
EARLY A SPECIAL EVERY EVENING! TUES.-SAT.

4

SUNDAY Sittia a a

"

00 11 a.m.-2 a.m.
SUN. 2 a.m.-10 p.m.

PRIVATE
ROOMS
EAL CUTLET MILANESE ... ,$550 AVAILABLE
ROILED CHICKEN . • . • • • .$4 95 FOR YOUR
NEXT PARTY
ENTERTAINMENT

INCLUDES: SALAD, SOUP,
SPAGHETTI, BREAD,
BUTTER & BREAD STICKS

& DANCING
FRI. & SAT. -
TYRONE & CO.

10T0100
• Weddings
• Bar Mitzvas
• Showers Etc.

A TOTAL GREEK EXPERIENCE!

allia

. Aimmomi

GREEK
VILLAGE

mmA

wo r
goor-

,

Incl. Soup of the
day, Salad. Pot.,
0395
Veg. , Tea or ap
Coffee.
Expires 11/28/77

.

8 5 i - o400
IN THE ORCHARD MALL
6407 ORCHARD LAKERD.AT MAPLE Carry Outs Available

Hours: 11 to 11

Complete Dinner

Best of Everything
The Best

INCLUDING GOURMET SELECTION. APPETIZERS. DINNERS. ALA CARTE. ETC.
Offer Expires
Sorry. No Entertainment 17
Coupons or Credit Cards For This Special
Nov. 26, 1977

RIKSHAW N IN

FRESH WHITE FISH

(Formerly
Roman Gate)

4616 N. WOODWARD, JUST 1 BLK. S. OF 14 MILE RD.
549-4141
Royal Oak

FEATURING GREEK FOOD & ENTERTAINMENT

OPEN 7 DAYS ... SUN THRU THURS., 11 a.m.-2 a.m. FRI. & SAT., 11 a.m.-3 a.m.

IF YOU LIKE GREEKTOWN
YOU'LL LOVE YASSOO VILLAGE!

BANQUET
FACILITIES

day, 11 a.m., at the Fisher
Theater, is the only active
American to have served as
a state legislator, judge,
congressman, governor,
cabinet member and U.S.
senator.

RECENT WEEK WAS

SUTTON DELI

.

Lahser at 9 Mile -

357-5656

****************-4-

* TEE RYAN ROADHOUSE

*

*

AND THIRST PARLOR

"Where Good
Friends Meet"

record breaker for Rudy
Anastos and his fine Beef &
Serving Food & Drinks
Bird eatery on Southfield,
*Mon.-Sat.,
11 a.m. to 2 a.m.*-
north of 11 Mile...Carved *
*
Sun., 2 p.m.-10 p.m.
17 35 - lb. turkeys...and it
*
wasn't for Thanksgiving, *
*
Now
*
either.
Appearing
GALE BENSON Quartet
4-
*
is this weekend's Top Jazz
DEAN
*
Concert feature, 5:30 to 8:30
RUTLEDGE
at Hotel Pontchartrain's
Tues.-Sat.
Top Of The Pontch.

DELI DAL-
LYING...Pickle Barrel in

Evergreen Plaza, 12 Mile
and Evergreen, is now open
only until 9:30 Tuesday
through Sunday...Irving's.
11 Mile and Greenfield, puts
three kinds of cake on the
table...baked by Rose Gut-
tman every Sunday morn-
ing...One of the owners of
the new Bread Basket in
Lincoln Center was a bos-
sman when the site first
opened previously as Nosh-
erie...The other owner,
Earle Mostyn, is now man-
ager at Bagel Nosh, 10 Mile
near Evergreen...New con-
cept for delis is being con-
veived by Sutton, Lahser
and 9 Mile...Point After _can
boast of being the nation's
only spot serving both Chi-
nese and delicatessen
exclusively at its 12 Mile
east of Northwestern spot in
the Racquetime Bldg....Dick
Lichtman at Northgate,
Greenfield and 10 Mile, puts
his Hungarian dishes up
with the best...As good as a
clean deli is, there's nothing
worse than a dirty
one...0ther restaurants can
get away with it, but delica-
tessens can't because they
have so much out in the
open...Everyone ready for
big holiday tray busi-
ness...Original Esquire in

3950 14 Mile Rd.
** 2- Miles E. of Oakland Mall

-*

939-1800:
*****************

t For Res.:

PLAN AHEAD
NOW FOR
OUR OFFIC
PARTY AT

BUDDY'S
PIZZA

17125 CONANT

COR. E. McNICHOLS

892-9001

PRIVATE
FACILITIES

ON REQUEST

VOTED #1 BY
DETROIT FREE PRESS
DETROIT NEWS

PLAN YOUR NEXT
AFFAIR AT

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Bar Mitzvas
Bat Mitzvas
Sweet Sixteens
Banquets
Showers
Parties For All
Occasions

Excellent Facilities Available For
Wedding Ceremony and Reception

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

644-1400

Harvard Row, 11 and Lah-
ser, still one of the top unof-
ficial meeting places for
more people who haven't
seen each other in
years...especially at
breakfast.
TALK IS that a big thing
next summer will be outside
dining at Detroit eateries.

Men's Racquetball
Tourney Slated

- The men's health club at
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter is seeking men inter-
ested in competing in the
Bicentennial Handicap
Doubles Racquetball Tour-
nament sponsored by the
men's health club.

Minimum age for partici-
pants will be 40 years and
the combined age of 100 will
automatically give the duo
an advantage. Any team
whose combined age is
under 100 years will be
given a negative spot.
Deadline for entries is
Dec. 15. For information,
call Ted Kaczander in the
health club, 661-1000.

dgefiartit . ig77

LIKE A VINTAGE WINE.

For the connoisseur whose toy(' of great wines is
second uniy to his love of exquisite food, we now

present Chateaubriand. For the times when you
want to dine on something special, we offer a
center cut of heel tenderloin, amid a
bouquetii.ri7- of vegetables, Sauce licarnaise.
. Served for two. like a vintage wine,
Chateaubriand is at its best when shared.

Northfield Hilton Inn
5500 Crooks Rd. at 1-75
Troy, Michigan 48098
(313) 879-2100

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