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January 26, 1979 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-01-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30 Friday, January 26, 1919

he Best of Everything

WERE GREAT AT PARTIES!

ORIGINAL SQUARE PIZZAS
OUR FAMOUS ANTIPASTO SALAD
AND DELICIOUS HOME-MADE PASTA

Buddy's Pizza

Our Second Location

11125 CONANT, Cor. McNichols

14156 E. 12 MILE, Warren

892-9001

777-3400

Carry-out only

Restaurant and Lounge

Located In
Holiday Inn of Farmington

L--
At The In n
NOW
APPEARING
FOR DANCING

GALAXY

10 Mile & Gd. River 477-4000

Complete Catering Facilities
Up To 350

. Weddings . Bar Mitzvas • All parties

• Complete Dinners • Businessmen's Lunches
• Breakfast

Restaurant Open 6 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. 7 Days A Week
Lounge Open Til 2 a.m.

Get On The Right
Track!
And Keep Your
Steam

By Enjoying Our

NEW

DINNER
SPECIALS

A Different Chia Nightly

SUN.-THURS., 4:30-8 p.m.
4286 N. WOODWARD

Between 13 & 14 Mlle

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576-1588

BREAKFAST SPECIAL
ALL THE PANCAKES YOU CAN
EAT PLUS 2 EGGS, Any Style
195

FRIAR TUCK'S INN
6580 ORCHARD LAKE RD..

C•lp

.

JUST SOUTH OF 15 MILE

FEATURING A DIET MENU
AND DESSERTS

i'l'-.

PLUS COMPLETE
COMPLETE NON-DIETER'S MENU ,

• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

,A ,

OPEN SUN. THRU THURS., 7 a.m. to 12 Mid.
FRI. & SAT., 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.

i

CARRY-OUT AVAILABLE ON
OUR ENTIRE MENUS

1 /

851-2950

`Our Other Location, 3850 E. 12 Mile • 513-6300 1( ✓
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(Continued from Page 29)
the only place people can go
for lunch, dinner and
after-hours dining . . .
Candy's is open from 11 a.m.
to 5 a.m. with a full line of
food from sandwiches to
salads to complete meals
.. Its kitchen is open at
all times . . . Another big
plus is the carry-out of any-
thing on Candy's menu.
•MAIL DEPT. . . .
Ronald Zimberg writes
about having lunch recently
at Darbys in Walled-Lake
with Sherry Jacobson and
Marcy Weisberg . . . "We
went to Darbys and arrived
there at 2 p.m. and Marcy
didn't feel good so ordered
some poached eggs from the
waitress. She told us that
since it was 2 p.m. the cook
would not make eggs on the
grill. I said to myself there is
no delicatessen in the world
that cooks poached eggs on a
grill. They are made with
water. I was then told by the
manager that Darbys
doesn't cook poached eggs
anytime of the day. His wife
came to the table to talk to
Shirley Jacobson and I said,
`You don't have poached
eggs,' and she said it was up
to the cooks what they
wanted to make."
LOVING CUP with
Marlene Hill, opens a
four-week engagement,
Feb. 6, at Jimmy's at Holi-
day Inn of Farmington, 10
Mile and Grand River.
IT'S A MUCH different
sound at Dewey's of Michi-
gan Inn on Northland Dr.
. . . with Lynne Jackson
and Mike Palter Monday
through Saturday . . . Bet-
ter too than the contempor-
ary and rock groups as
Lynne and Mike do a "Fid-
dler On The Roof" medley,
songs by George Gershwin,
Cole Porter, Rogers and
Hart, Harold Arlen and
others.
NEW DISHES have
been introduced at Betty
Siegel's El Jardin Mexican
Restaurant, W. Seven Mile
west of Livernois . . . Chic-
ken Flantas . .chicken,
green peppers, iom
atoes,
black olives and onion,
wrapped in a crispy flour
tortilla . . . and Baked
Chicken Mole made in a
secret sauce of which one
ingredient is ground Mexi-
can chocolate.

Plan Your All Occasion
Party Now

2 Private Banquet Rooms

Available .. . accommodations to 75

Including Sundays

Join Us For Your Dining Pleasure, Including Sundays
Children's Menu Available

OVERHEARD ... at Si-
la's Pizzeria, 12 Mile and
Ureenfield, "Well, if your
wife wants to drive, don't
stand in her way" . . . at
Meating Place, Orchard
Lake Rd., "A woman's word
is never done" . . . at Nifty
Norman's, Walled Lake,
"She's so ugly her face looks
like it's done up in curlers."
FOOD LAWS . . . In
Omaha, it is illegal for
either the customer or
salesman to pull the husks
on an ear of corn to expose
the rows of pearly kernels
. . . It is illegal to sell but-
termilk on Sunday in
Springfield, Mo. . . . A Lo-
rain, Ohio, law states that
"police shall take notice of
any banana peels or fruit
skins found on the sidewalk
and shall, when necessary,
remove them."

Bias Forces
NFL Party
Site Change

NEW YORK — The
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith has commended
the National Football
League Management Coun-
cil for transferring its Su-
perbowl Gala Brunch last
Saturday from the "re-
stricted" Indian Creek
Country Club in Miami to a
Miami Beach hotel.
"The Council changed its
arrangements as soon as it
learned from the Anti-
Defamation League that
the Indian Creek Country
Club has membership re-
stricted to white Chris-
tians," Ira Gissen, director
of ADL's national discrimi-
nations department, said.
"The Council is to be
applauded for its swift ac-
tion."

Synagogue Body
Names Officer

Rabbi
NEW YORK
Bernard Mandelbaum,
president emeritus of the
Jewish Theological Semi-
nary and former president
of the America Israel Cul-
tural Foundation, has been
elected executive vice
president of the Synagogue
Council of America.



DUBBS

ALL
YOU
CAN
EAT
LUNCH I DINNER
'2.89 I '3.69

COUNTRY KITCHEN

15600 W. 10 MILE AT GREENFIELD

(In Orleans Mall)

557-7100
OPEN 1 DAYS A WEEK

MON.-SAT., 1 a.m. to 8 p.m.
SUNDAYS, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m .

DAILY SPECIALS FOR
BREAKFAST, LUNCH & DINNER

DINNER FEATURES
DELICIOUS DOVER SOLE
HOME-MADY FLANKEN
IN-THE-POT or
CHICKEN-IN-THE-POT-

Children 3-10
$1.59 I $1.89
Under 3 FREE

CARTER HOUSE

19731 W. 8 MILE RD.
1 BLK. E. OF EVERGREEN

TRY OUR IRISH-GREEK SAL

532.4771

ALL SOUPS MADE IN
OUR OWN KITCHEN

HAVING A PARTY?

SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL
BANQUET ROOM . . . lo to 80 People
ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT BRUNCH

$325

SAT.

8 . m
to 2 p.m.

STAFFORD'S Restaurant

6303 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

851-8952

\*, IN THE ORCHARD MALL AT MAPLE (15 Mi.)

.

===.`

Restaurant =

29501 Northwestern Hwy.
EL 6-9222

ERYVIIR,_0(114114G MINWFALS

CHOICE OF 5 ENTREES

With Veg., Pct. & Biscuit

STEAK, EGGS & HASH BROWNS

SERVED ANYTIME

---

ALL-U-CAN-EAT SPECIALS —

(With

Salad Bar)

PLUS Complete Menu

HELLENIC

CONEY
ISLAND

28801 EVERGREEN AT 12 MILE RD.
352-2546
IN THE VILLAGE CENTER

Lunch • Dinner

• Breakfast

Complete Carry-out Of Anything On Menu

OPEN MON. THRU SAT., 1:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
0
HOME-MADE FRIES • GREEK TACOS
* • COMPLETE SANDWICH MENU, INC. STEAK SAND.*

,
• GREEK SALAD •
**************************

B reakfast
Served Anytime

THIS SUNDAY ONLY!

THIS SUNDAY ONLY!

PRIME RIB OR VEAL MILANESE

COMPLETE WITH: SALAD, SOUP, SPAGHETTI,
BREADSTICKS, BREAD & BUTTER

2 p.m. to $4 95

5:45 p.m.

I

6 p.m. to

9 p.m.

$595

NIGHTLY SPECIALS • CHEESE BAR

gAe

Quiet, Relaxed Atmosphere

BLOOMFIELD

own",

6560 Orchard Lake Rd. Orchard Lake • 626-1587

Mon.-Thurs. 4.12 • Fri..Sat. 4.1 a.m. • Sunday 4-9:30

8410 N. TELEGRAPH, Just South of Joy Rd. 565-4848

• CHOICE COCKTAILS & WINES
• PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES • Open

• DANCING FRI. & SAT.

Mon.-Sat. from 11

Sun. from 2

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