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September 08, 1978 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-09-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Get On The Right
Track!
And Keep Your
Steam

By Enjoying Our

NEW

DINNER
SPECIALS

A Different Choice Nightly
SUN.-THURS., 4:30-8 p.m.
4286 N. WOODWARD

Between 13 & 14 Mlle

576-1588

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ROAST DUCKLING

With fresh pineapple
and pistachios

1

Southfield Rd.

10 Mile at



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559-4230

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I ORIGINAL BEEF
BUFFET
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1 (2 FOR PRICE OF 1

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NCENTREES
UP
WITH THIS O

GOOD SEPT. 8 THRU SEPT. 15
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OPEN 1 DAYS 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
ANY HOUR! ANYDAY!
EVERYDAY, WE SERVE . . . .
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I • ROAST BEEF • TURKEY • CHICKEN
I. SALISBURY STEAK • BAKED HADDOCK 1

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PLUS DAILY SPECIALS

Il 19131 W. 8 MILE RD.
III 1 Blk. East of Evergreen

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A Unique Dining Experience

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Specialties From The
World Over
Own
Plus ...
List
Extens

Unusual

e Delights

Served In n Elegant Atmosphere

Lunch, Mon.-Fri., 11 to 2:30 p.m.
Dinner, Mon.-Thurs., 6 to 11 p.m. Fri. and Sat., 6 to 12 Mid.
Appetizers Happy Hour, Mon.-Fri., 4 to 6:30 p.m.

DINING and COCKTAILS

755 WEST BIG BEAVER ROAD

Adjacent To The Top of Troy Building

Reservations Suggested:

362-1234

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 28)
doing his fine keyboard styl-
ing around town.
TIME FLEW BY so fast
that Susie, Quincy and
Henry Dong didn't realize it
was their first anniversary
at Point After Deli, 12 Mile
and Northwestern . . .
Couple of customers had to
remind them . . . A celebra-
tion of some sort will be held
after the three-weeks-away
Jewish High Holidays.
Irene Boigon was name of
waitress given the $100 at
Point After by friend of
Esther Marks after naming
10 parts of the human body
with three letters . . . all in
good taste . . . within five
minutes.
SUSSEX HOUSE, 12
Mile and Evergreen, will be
the site, Sept. 19, of a laugh
and fun evening by Mosaic
Lodge . . . when it roasts and
toasts a member -Who
doesn't know about it .. .
Each man is being told to be
there "Because it might be
you." . . . For tickets, call
Percy Swartz, 354-4085, or
Abe Shapiro, 557-4646.
FRANK SINATRA
being at Excalibur, 12 Mile
and Northwestern . . . and
telling his Pine Knob audi-
ence about enjoying the ribs
there, didn't hurt any .. .
but real nice guy owner Pat
Archer is doing a big job
anyway . . . Lots of action,
all types of people, includ-
ing celebrities from various
walks of life . . . and not a
dull moment .. .
Last Friday evening was
wall-to-wall guys 'n gals,
especially on the bar side
where folks were walking
sideways . . . All through
this, though, quiet dining
and drinking is there in the
booths or at tables . . . No-
body has been able to do to
that site what Pat's accom-
plished.
NO, McINNERNEY'S
on Northwestern between
12 and Inkster, isn't going
out of business . . . The
G.O.B. sign is for Just Look-
ing Mall next door.
IS IT TRUE that Chef
Duglass Duglass, formerly
of the Great Dane on
Northwestern, will be the
new owner at Mama Zelda's
location in the Farrell
Shopping Center?
ART HODES, one of the
country's finest jazz
pianists, will be sponsored
by Detroit Hot Jazz Society,
Oct. 8, in downstairs area of
Belanger House, 12 Mile
and Main.
Belanger House is slated
to change hands in Novem-
ber.
YES, THAT'S former
Detroiter Diane Steinberg
in the Sgt. Pepper's Lonely
Hearts Club movie . . . and
singing on the album .. .
Isn't she wonderful?
BEST OPEN FACE
tuna sandwich for lunch is
at Club Berkley, Woodward
and 111/2 Mile.
CHUCK MUER'S
POPULAR Sunday brunch
at Top of the Pontch has
moved outdoors to the
Sidewalk Cafe.
Brunchers have a choice

September 8, 1918 29

25° / DOFF MON. THRU SAT., 4 to 6P .m.

Repeat by Popular Request .

of seating in the Parisian-
style Sidewalk Cafe along
Jefferson Ave. or in the in-
door garden setting of the
adjoining Le Cafe,„10:30
a.m. to 2 p.m. . . . A new
format with a menu and
table service for entrees has
been instituted, replacing
the former buffet service.
TESSA'S ALA CART
Cafe opening in Applegate
Square, Northwestern and
Inkster, will serve omelet-
tes, soup, pastries, special
coffees and juice . . . plus
having a salad bar . . . and
liquor license.
RENAISSANCE DEL-
ICATESSEN, across from
the Renaissance Center on
Jefferson, is a carry-out
only pizza, chicken and
shrimp spot with about
eight sandwiches . . . only a
few relating to a delicates-
sen as people know it to be.
CUSTOMER TIPS . . .
returned by reader re-
quest .. .
Review your check in res-
taurants and niteries .. .
According to statistics it is
wrong about one time in 10
. . . in your favor about one
time in a hundred . . . Ask
for a menu to check the
prices if you think you have
been overcharged or
charged for a more expen-
sive item than the one or-
dered . . . Check the addi-
tion . . . of course you may
have had a few drinks and a
bottle of wine while the wai-
ter or waitress is probably
sober, so they may be right,
and you may be wrong.
Don't leave your tip under
a plate . . . It simply is not
done . . . If you want to give
someone a tip, hand it to
them . . . If you can't spot he
or she, leave the money out
in the open where it is easy
to see ... If you're tipping on
a credit card voucher, write
in the tip and write in the
grand total . . . If you do
not, an emendation may be
made favoring the waiter
and penalizing you . . . This
is so common that the credit
card companies have a
name for it . . . they call it an
"override?'
CONGRATULATIONS
. . . to Lea Aronson . . . her
pot roast with dill taking
(Continued on Page 30)

INCLUDING GOURMET SELECTIONS,
APPETIZERS, DINNERS, ALA CARTE, ETC.

Offer Expires
Sept. 16, 1978

Sorry, No Entertainment 78
Coupons or Credit Cords For This Special

RIKSHAW INN

851-6400

IN THE ORCHARD MALL
6407 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT MAPLE

Carry Outs
Available

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DROP ANCHOR AT THE NEW

SEA SHELL

METRO DETROIT'S NEWEST I
SEAFOOD RESTAURANT

Restaurant
& lounge

FRESH FISH
DELIVERED DAILY

10% OFF YOUR BILL Spec " als) t

7

CIN VE E P aiiTER

$

TWO POUND LOBSTER

895

s 1875

OUR FAMOUS SHORE DINNER

WHOLE LOBSTER, SCALLOPS,
SHRIMP, FRESH LAKE SMELTS, BOWL
OF NEW ENGLAND CHOWDER, POT. & VEG.

$11 95

FRESH WHITE FISH ... $5.95 STEAMED CLAMS .$4.25 dz.
1686 JOHN R, lost N. of 15 Mile
Open Mon.-Sat.
689-1258

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"Good light stuff for dinner theater"

Thurston. Free Press

Ifs a fresh song-filled musical delight —
one of the better bargains in dinner theater'

Simmons. Eccentric

"Mattress is delightful. superb — this is a funny,
funny show"
Delaney. Monitor

"This show has one big and wonderful
lift — it's Nancy Gurwin."
Gebert — Detroit News

DINNER PLAYHOUSE

Starring

Presents

THE

NANCY GURWIN

MUSICAL. Nit

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at the

BUM STEER

Lower Level
1824 W. 14 MILE RD., Royal Oak

Fri., Sat. Dinner 7 p.m. Show 8:30 $ 1 4
Sun. Dinner 6:00 Show 7:30

Reservations
549-2233

per person
95-

G _OUP ORGANIZATIONS ARE
INVITED TO INQUIRE ABOUT
SPECIAL RATES

A NANCY GURWIN PRODUCTION

Group Sales & Theater Parties Available

For your
Pleasure!

NOW OPEN SUNDAYS, -
3EGINNING SEPTEMBER 10

Children's menu Available Sundays Only

NIGHTLY SPECIALS. • CHEESE BAR

qk

Quiet, Relaxed Atmosphere

BLOOMFIELD

6560 Orchard Lake Rd. Orchard Lake • 626-1587

Mon.-Thurs. 4.12 • Fri.-Sat. 4-1 a.m. • Sunday 4-9:30

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