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March 07, 1980 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

VOTED NO. 1

I

Detroit Free Press By
Detroit News
MA Motor News

carzout Bti-dely's Pizza

NOW OPEN
SUNDAYS'

AND

ORIGINAL ESQUIRE

OAK PARK . 2•°:::RS

vit

SLASHES PRICES

ANY DAY, ANY HOUR SPECIALS

BIG SUPER SPECIAL

HOME-BAKED —
PIE &
COFFEE OR TEA

BREAKFAST EXTRA SPECIALS
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PLUS MANY MORE!
SENIOR CITIZENS
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Specializing in Authentic
Italian-American Dining
Lunches and Dinners

Danny Raskin's

e esz o Everything

RALEIGH SQUARE
Market Place will be the
soon-to-be-announced name
of the former Raleigh House
on Telegraph.
Dining
Its former Giraffe disco
Locale No. 2
bar may become a seafood
Carry-Out Only locale
locale No. 1
8100 Old 13 Mile Rd.
restaurant . . . The former
17125 CONANT, Cor. McNichols
14156 E. 12 Mile, Warren 1 blk. E. vat Dyin, 1 Mi. S. 13 Mlle
777-3400
892-9001
5749200 _ Picadilly too will be differ-
ent from its deli predecessor
. . . Both are being re-
named.
Also to be announced will
be the altogether new for
this area, Raleigh Square
Market Place concept ..
something on the order of
Faneuil Hall in Boston
which sees a million people
a month (more than Disney-
4 p.m. to 12 Mid.
land or Disney World).
From A - Snack To A
The former Raleigh
Complete Dinner
House halls that once ca-
tered some of the finest
ALSO OPEN SATURDAYS FOR LUNCH
parties seen in this area
will be completely re-
1402 S. COMMERCE (Near the
modeled by its new own-
I ,FAMILY MEE
intersection at Maple/15 & Pontiac Trail)
ers (in case you never
NcigthborlioodGallicrinif Plan:
624-6660
knew, or were told
*******•iiiii411Vii otherwise, the Shriners
A DINNER SPECIALS MON.-SAT. 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. A
did sell). . . The same type
V • STUFFED PEPPER • STUFFED CABBAGE
Including: V
of festive atmosphere as
Cup of Soup,
Faneuil Hall will attempt
.• STUFFED KISHKE • CORNED BEEF & EGGS
Bread & Butter
to be created. •
.• SALAMI OR BALOCNA & EGGS
Whatever foods people
wish to consume . . . on or off
. ROAST CHICKEN
PICKLED TROUT
the premises . . . will be
1 /2 Springer With Stuffing
Original Esquire's Famous
available all over die place
$395
$
395
. . . seafood, meat, poultry,
per pers.
Incl. Cup of Soup & Veg.
Incl. Cup of Soup, Bread & Butter
etc. . . . French, Italian,
Jewish . . . almost every
ethnic variety . . . Pastries
CHICKEN LIVERS with Fried Onions
will be made on the spot .. .
Includes: Cup of Soup,
Via 95
even great Greek pastries
lip per pers.
Cooked Veg. , Bread & Butter
. . . Fresh bagels will also be
made at Raleigh Square
HARRY WEISS
Market Place . . . There'll be
a little bit of everything.
If anything like its Boston
RESTAURANT-DEUCA'TESSEN
counterpart in any sense of
11 MILE AT LAHSER
353-4999P the word, the new Raleigh
Square Market Place will be
a fun spot to shop and look
around.
24OITIRS
.
.
it. .
DICK SHAWN, who
brings his one-man-show to
Ford Auditorium March 23
I „for. the 11th annual concert
of Hillel Day School, also
FAMILY RESTAURANT
has his favorite oldie about
25900,GREENFIRD AT 101 /2 MILE, Oak Park 908-1 150
a friend playing a one-week
stand . .".' and on Monday
picking out a restaurant
that looked attractive to
him . . . He liked everything
except the bread .. .
"I always eat whole
BROILED fit g i l WHITE FISH ....., t ,:.3.95
wheat," he told the wait-
LIVER & ONIONS ..... ., ... ,1.'. ., :$ 2.95
ress, but she brought white
. . . On Tuesday, he re-
SHISH KEBAB
'
$ 3.95
minded her about the whole
AND MANY MORE!
wheat, but was served white
. . . The same thing hap-
pened Wednesday, Thurs-
day and Friday .. .
3 p.m. to 7 a.m.. ,
Finally, on Saturday
when she took his order,
Shawn's friend said casu-
ally, "Just for the heck of it,
I think I'll take white bread
today." . . . "That's funny,"
said the waitress. "Aren't
you the party who always
orders whole wheat?"
Along with Dick and his
very humorous routines,
2 EGTGS
are the fine singing
Brothers Zim duo.
.• 2 HAESGHCS BROWNS$ 11
For more info on tickets,
• TOAST
• 2 LARGE PANCAKES
call Hillel Day School, 851-
2394, or Hillel Concert
office, 851-2398.
A LA CARTE CAFE in
4 no/
Applegate Square, North-
western and Inkster, will
soon be under new owner-
ship . . . by one of the two

former partners.
MAIL DEPT.. . . "Just a
few lines to let you know the
manager at the Northland
Theater is an exceptionally
kind and polite person. We
were at the Feb. 24 matinee
which was very crowded
and he was most consider-
ate and kind to a handi-
capped person in a wheel
chair, personally offering
his help. He is always
pleasant, considerate and
courteous."
— S.M.
CHANNEL 56 auction
this year will be March 21
through March 29 . . . with
broadcast again live from
the studios on Second Blvd.
TOP OF THE PONTCH
entertainment spotlight
through March 29 has
Lifeline, a musical quintet
high on talent and versatil-
ity . . . at the 25th floor din-
ing and dancing spot of
downtown Detroit's Hotel
Pontchartrain .. .
Formerly known as Birch
& Co., the group gives out
With full, intricate instru-
mental arrangements along
with four-part harmony
vocals . . . Also added are a
new vocalist, a new percus-
sionist and a lot of new
material.
DICK MURPHY'S 16-
piece big band sound is An-
(Continued on Page 36)

Friday, March 1, 1980 35

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the Commonwealth
or call 366-6200

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