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January 25, 1980 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-01-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 Friday, January 25, 1980

■■■■■■■•■■■■■■•♦
p.m. to 8 p.m.

A DINNER SPECIALS MON.-SAT. 3

y• STUFFED PEPPER • STUFFED

' 2'5

Original Esquire's Famous

Springer With Stuffing

$375

$375 Per Pee&

Incl. Cup of Soup & Veg.

foci Cup of Soup. Bread & Butter



CHICKEN LIVERS with Fried Onions

t

$f175

Includes: Cup of Soup.
Cooked Veg., Bread & Butter

gas/

per pers.



HARRY WEISS'

RESTAURANT-DELICATESSEN

.11 MILE AT LAHSER.

353-4990

******:"4":""4......
RID CIDARS

1).

Chef's Spedials

Served Mon. Thru Sat. Nights "nt

Graduates of Central
High School's classes of
1928-1933 will gather for a
50th anniversary celebra-
tion 6 p.m. June 1 at Vla-
dimir's.
Reservations for the
dinner-dance celebration
are being taken by Esther
Adler, 559-5794; and Lee
Helfman, 535-5256.

How good it is to live,
even at the worst.

• ORIGINAL ESQUIRE



Central High
Reunion Set

••••

• ROAST CHICKEN I PICKLED TROUT

1 /2



Including:
Cup of Soup,
Bread & Butter



CABBAGE
.• STUFFED RISME • CORNED BEEF & EGGS
NM
EGGS
• S ALAMI OR

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COUNTRY
INN
11-11 MIS • II-II CHICKEN



731-4440
"la The Rig Roll House

SENATE
CONEY ISLAND

"THE PLACE"
50 YEARS OF QUALITY
AND SERVICE
24152 SOUTHFIELD

NEW YORK STEAK

ON A SIZZLING PLATTER

or
BROILED FLORIDA $

RED SNAPPER

95

COMPLETE DINNER INCLUDES: SOUP, SALAD,
VEGETABLE OR POTATO
40 OTHER ENTREE ITEMS ALSO AVAILABLE

Live Entertainment & Dancing
Monday Thru Saturday
23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.
353-517

• ITALIAN DISHES

—BEER & WINE-
45199 CASS' UTICA

Auditions Set,
`Holmes' at WSU

Auditions for the Russell
McLauchlin Freshman In-
centive Scholarship Pro-
gram in Theater at Wayne
State University will be
held 10 a.m. Saturday at the
Hilberry Theater.
The competition is open to
any high school senior
graduating this year in good
standing and able to obtain
admission to WSU in the
fall.
For information and ap-
plication blanks, call the
theater office, 577-3508.
Meanwhile, the WSU
theater department will
present "Sherlock
Holmes," 8:30 p.m. Feb. 1,
2,8 and 9 and 2 p.m. Feb. 3
and 10 at the Bonstelle
Theater.
Tickets are available at
the WSU box office and at
Hudson's.

All human power is a
compound of time and pa-
tience.

ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF
TEN MILE RD.
FAST CARRY-OUT SERVICE
I
569-7135
I

celebrate your
birthday at

Delicious Breakfast
Special
6 wrm-11 a.m.

RESTAURANT

r

Specializing In

• Coney Islands • Loose Hamburgers
• Steak Sandwiches
• Greek Salads
• Greek Pastries
• Shish Kabob
BREAKFAST SERVED ANYTIME

Open Mon.-Sat. 6 a.m.-8 p.m.
Closed Sun. --
41 1*

AUTO:SO

• DINNER AND
CAKE FREE

• Call For Further
Details 643-8865
Somerset Mall Troy

This weekend
taste the luxury of
Sheraton-Southfield
for almost half the
regular price.

live entertainment at our ever popular
Only $35.00 a day to experience all the
"Yesterdays."
service and quality our hotel is famous
This special weekend rate applies to
for. And for $10.00 more you can have
single or double occu-
an adjoining room for your
pancy, Friday through
kids under 18. The lux-
DON'T MISS LIST
Sunday, for up to four
urious accommodations
people per room.
HENRY FORD MUSEUM•
and elegant surroundings
Reserve a guest room for
are all part of the atmos-
GREENFIELD VILLAGE•
yourself or for out-of-town
phere that is Sheraton-
visitors. And get a taste of
Southfield. Taste the
REDWINGS AT HOME
Sheraton-Southfield at
excellent dining of L.J.
February 3. 9, 10 and 16
about half the regular price.
Loophole's, then on to

"AIN'T MISBEHAVIN"

at the Fischer Theater
until March 1.

•001001 ■..

'Discounted tickets available at front
desk to registered guests.

I

•••••••• '



I

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Call 557-4800, or toll - free
800-325-3535,
or see your travel agent.

Sheraton-Southfield Hotel

17017 WEST

SHERATON HOTELS & INNS. WORLDWIDE
NINE MILE ROAD/SOuTHFIELD. MICHIGAN 48075/TELEPHONE 557-4600

Danny Raskin's

The Best of Everything

MORE AND MORE
people are discovering and
rediscovering Fisher's 666
on Lothrop ... in the New
Center area ... owned by
Henrik and Carole Jensen.
It was originally a private
bridge club during prohibi-
tion days ... before Charlie
Fisher took over in 1934.
Today, owned by Henrik
and Carole, it reeks with
touches of aged elegance
and down-to-earth natural
beauty.
March 1 will be the sec-
ond year that the lovely
couple has owned
Fisher's 666 ... seating
125 downstairs and 125
upstairs ... broken into
rooms that make for in-
timate delight.
The food is far above par
. . . and with little wonder
. since true restaurateur
operation is a keynote of
this fine establishment.
Lunch there recently was
little short of excellent ...
You must try the Cock-A-
Leeky soup, with leeks,
chunks of chicken, mush-
rooms and vegetables .
and the Danish open-faced
Roast Beef sandwich . . .
topped with remoulade
sauce and crisp onions ...
It is a superb dish ... on
which is placed a scoop of
potato salad ... and a very
fine touch with slice of
watermelon, piece of hon-
eydew melon, curl of orange
and a cherry ... The lunch
was served by Hazel Mintz,
a stalwart of much experi-
enced efficiency at Fisher's
666.
Henrik's executive chef
is a real good one ... Bill
Wyant, formerly of the
Wabeek Country Club
and Wellington Club.
The La Rotisserie at
Hyatt Regency in Dearborn
was opened by Henrik, but
more people will remember
him from the Raleigh House
.. where he was assistant
manager of the restaurant
division ... hiring all the
help for House of Lords and
Picadilly ... plus assisting
Sammy Lieberman at times
on the catering end.
Fisher's 666 has been
open Monday through
Saturday, 11 to 3:30 p.m.,
for buffet or regular menu
lunch ... and dinner Tues-
day through Saturday 5 til
after the Fisher Theater lets
out around midnight.
Now Sundays have been
added to make it a seven-
day schedule . . . with
brunch from 11 to 2:30 ...
and dinners from 4:30 til
7:30.
LOVING CUP IS ap-
pearing through Feb. 2 at
Fanny's Lounge in the
Troy-Hilton Hotel, 15 Mile
and Stephenson Hwy. ...
Marlene Hill and the group
plays Monday through
Saturday nites.
THE VIBRANT person-
ality of Pat Campbell con-
tinues to help make her
Darlin' Lilly's on Orchard
Lake Rd. one of the top fun
spots in this or any area.
Everybody loves Pat ...
and Pat loves everybody...
She loves life and loves to

see people enjoying them-
selves.
Pat
Flowers continues his
ivories tickling mastery
that goes back to the 1930s
at Baker's Keyboard
Lounge ... and sing-a-long
at his piano bar is a happen-
ing of merriment ... Pat
plays at Darlin' Lilly's
Tuesday through Thursday,
5:30 to 10:30; Friday 7 to 12
midnight, and Saturday, 8
to 1 a.m.
Pat Campbell has
plenty of food at all times
in the pretty dining area
that overlooks her
cocktail lounge ... Not
big lavish meals ... but
more than enough to
satisfy most palates ...
Other than daily specials
. there's five omelettes,
four home-cooked soups
served in crocks, three
salads ... the specialty of
potato skins deep-fried,
topped with cheddar
cheese and bacon bits
with a special sour cream
dressing ...
Side dishes like French
fried fresh mushrooms, bat-
ter dipped onion rings and
green peppers, cottage fries,
etc. . . . six husky sand-
wiches, seven hamburgers
. the Bounty In A Basket
(large baked potato topped
with barbeque beef, cheddar
cheese and chopped onion)
. . . and of course the dessert
of desserts ... banana split
cake (bananas, pineapple.
cherries, walnuts, graham
cracker crust).
Darlin' Lilly's is fun .. .
the food is very good . . . and
Pat Campbell is a joy.
MARIA SHAFFRAN,
expert Mexican cook, one of
the best anywhere ... is
making Mexican specialties
at Broadway Deli in the
New Center Bldg. on W .
Grand Blvd.
GURWIN
NANCY
opens in her production of
"Guys 'n Dolls," Feb. 2, at
Paradiso Cafe on Woodward
. . . with performances now
on Saturday and Sunday
evenings.
Opening night, Feb. 2, is
already sold out.
Nancy pairs with director
Edgar Guest III in two of the
leading roles ... Edgar is
Nathan Detroit, operator of
the "oldest established
floating crap game in New
York" . . . and Nancy is Miss
Adelaide, his "doll" and
fiancee of 14 years who has
developed a permanent
psychosomatic cold out of
anxiety about ever getting
married.
"Guys 'n Dolls" is based
on the stories of Damon Ru-
nyon, who chronicled the
strange, funny doings of
show girls, tinhorn
gamblers and petty rac-
keteers in Broadway fable.
This should be the biggest
of them all for Nancy.
GOOD BET for shoppers
and merchants at Fairlane
is Don Taylor's Happy Hero
sandwich shop between J.L.
Hudson's and J.C. Penney's.
ENDING TOMORROW
night at db's Club of Hyatt
Regency are The Emotions
(Continued on Page 33)

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