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September 21, 1979 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-21

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52 Friday, September 21, 1979

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ARMANDO'S

MEXICAN CUISINE

4242 W. VERNOR (at Clark Park) 554 - 0606
and ARMANDO'S OF HOWELL
546 - 8181
2010 E. Grand River

OFFER BEST WISHES TO
ALL FOR A VERY HAPPY

NEW YEAR

Reid Ashton, Wayne Gallagher
and Chef Milos
Wish Their Friends & Customers

A Very Happy And
Healthful New Year

18100 W. 10 Mile Rd., cor. Southfield Rd. 559-4230

Luncheons. Dinners and After-Theatre
Served Monday thru Saturday

Stephen Becharas .

I nc

DU BBS

Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 51)
now brightly lit . - .
serving short orders . . .
hamburgers, salads . . . a
lot of good lunches, dinners
and a great place for after
theater . . . Frank O'Don-
nell, night chef at the Vine-
yards eight years, comes
down every so often to help
supervise and see that ev-
erything is doing okay . . .
is only
Since the
open Tor dinner, day chef
David Borowiec, who does
much of the evening prep
work upstairs, is at Coco's
most of the time.
The Vineyards is open six
days . • . . Monday through
Thursday 5 to 10:30 p.m.
and Friday and Saturday, 5
to midnight . . . Reserva- -
tions are taken . . . Coco's
is open six days 11 to 2 a.m.
. . . closed Sunday . . .
Reservations taken until 12
noon for lunch only .. .
Benny's Disco is open Tues-
days through Saturday, 7
p.m. to 2 a.m. . . . reserva-
tions accepted.
JOHNNY GUARNIERI
fans, and there are lot of
them, will be able to see him
more than one time . . .
This Sunday hell be pre-
sented by the Detroit Hot
Jazz Society at Belanger
House, Main St. and 12 Mile
in Royal Oak, 3 p.m.
On Monday, Guarnieri,
known for his intricate jazz
pianistics, will be at Top
Jazz in Hotel Pontchart-
N

. and The Staff Of

19469 W. 10 MILE . RD. (1 Block E. of Evergreen)
352-7466

Sincerely With Their Many Friends
and Customers

A Very
Happy NewYe

We thank you for your
gracious patronage . . . and
most sincerely
wish the very best
in health, joy and
prosperity to all

15600 GREENFIELD AT 10 MILE

rain's 25th floor Top of The
Pontch . . . Many say he is
the most recorded jazz
pianist in the world . . . and
Guarnieri has composed
some 3,500 selections.
In both engagements,
he'll be accompanied by
drummer J. C. Heard, with
Major Holley on bass.
Percy Gabriel's New Or-
leans Dixieland Jazz Band
takes over the bandstand
Oct. 1 . . . Percy and his
brother Manny, Dixieland
musicians since their early
teens, are part of a family
steeped in the tradition and
history of jazz in the deep
South.
VERY STRANGE . . .
how so few delicatessen res-
taurants, who should know,
can't make eggs and onions
properly.

PIPER'S ALLEY of
Troy, in the Lawyer's Title
Bldg. in Sheffield Office
Plaza on Big Beaver, has
gone jazz . . . Monday eve-
nings 9-2 it's the Shoo-
Bee-Doo group and Re-
ginald Fields Trio . . .
Saturdays, 9-2, it's the Katz
. . and Sunday evenings
9-2 is Charles Green . . .
Starting in October, Satur-
day lunch will be from 11
. . . and Sunday brunch
with entertainment from
11:30.
In November, Piper's
Alley of Troy owner Mike
Kukelman will open an-
other spot . . . on Poinciana
Ave. in Palm Beach, Fla.
PHIL MARCUS
ESSER is doing a dinner
theater show, "The Singing
Waiter," at Rembrandt's
Roadster downtown on
Larned Place East, across
from the Renaissance Cen-
ter . . . in which he per-
forms songs and comedy
from his previous prod-
uctions . . . two perform-
ances . . . 8:30 for 7 p.m.
dinner and at midnight for
the cabaret crowd.
EACH TIME seems like
a new experience at Ex-
calibur, Northwestern and
12 Mile . . . Son Scott was
in town from college and
now calls it his new dis-
covery . . . We had delici-
ous almond-chicken-
eggdrop soup . . . and dis-
hes like Pat's Special (ribs
and lamb chops), prime rib
and scrod.
It was the 19th birthday
of our fine busboy, Ulysses
Berry, and time for a toast
to one of the best around.
Our waitress, Shaughn
Tracy, was very good . . .
smiling, personable and ef-
ficient.
Excalibur, was opened
by Pat Archer on Feb. 22,
1978 and has been a great
success . . . No small
part of ,that success goes
to Nick Sorice, his man-
ager since the end of
June 1978 ... Nick's way
with people is a fine pub-
lic relations asset ... and
his knowledge of the res-
taurant game is high
quality.
At the piano bar of Ex-
calibur - is Marko Striker,
Tuesday through Saturday
(Continued on Page 54)

COUNTRY
ITCHEN

RESTAURANT
557 - 7100

Wishes Its Friends and
_ Customers A Very

PPY NEW YE

McDONALD'S

ON GREENFIELD RD.

EXTENDS
GREETINGS
FOR THE
NEW YEAR
WITH BEST WISHES . TO ALL
FOR HEALTH & HAPPINESS

pa.



26550 GREENFIELD at 11 Mile
Oak Park



Next to Towne Theater

01_

Our Sincerest

Wishes For A

HAPPY
NEW YEAR

TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
From The

BOTTLE &
BASKET SHOPS

••• ■ •••• ■■ ••• ■ •nr....i.

.

EVI

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p

Alli;

TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS

FOR A YEAR OF
HEALTH
t-
AND
HAPPINESS

JIM'S GARAGE

300 LARNED

Across from Cobo Mil)

.

961-5175

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