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September 05, 1980 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

`Run for Lungs' in Ann Arbor

The American Lung
Association of Michigan
and radio station WCZY
will sponsor a "Run for
Lungs" run Sunday at the
University of Michigan.
Check-in begins at 7 a.m.
There is a fee.
Registration is being
taken at the American
Lung Association of Michi-

gan, 1925 Pauline Plaza No.
E, Ann Arbor, 48103; or at
WCZY, 15401 W. 10 Mile,
Oak Park.

Lax Scores

Fred Lax scored a hole-
in-one on the eighth hole at
Wabeek Country Club on
Aug. 28. He used a 5-iron.

MODERN DELICATESSEN
IS ALIVE & WELL
AND STILL LOCATED AT

3900 FENKELL (Corner of Holmur)

862-1444
Dick & George Gunsberg

BEEF 'n BIRD

HOME COOKING FAMILY BUFFET

21411 SOUTHFIELD (3 BLKS. N. OF 11 MILE)

559-1091
COMPLETE DAILY SPECIALS

ALL DAY — LUNCH OR DINNER

FRESH
ROAST TURKEY

BROILED
HADDOCK

$255

$255

Tues., Thurs., Sat. & Sun.

SERVED 7 DAYS

W/DRESSING

FREE

$ 2 95

ROAST BEEF
PLATE

$255
SERVED 1 DAYS

RELISH BAR ANYTIME

OPEN 7 DAYS, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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TONIGHT'S
FRESH FISH

Your server will inform you
what we obtained today

10 Mile at Southfield Rd.



559-4230

............... ♦ ♦
♦ DINNER ♦ ♦
„„. ; SPECIALS

+2"



MON.-SAT. 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.

ac
Including•
A, STUFFED PEPPER • STUFFED CABBAGE
Cup of Soup, V
STUFFED KISHKE •• CORNED BEEF & EGGS t
Bread & Butter
to SALAMI OR BALOGNA & EGGS
. ■

7.

ROAST CHICKEN

PICKLED TROUT

/2 Springer With Stuffing
$395

Original Esquire's Famous
$ 1295
Ih ir per person

1

per pers.

Incl. Cup of Soup & Veg.

Incl. Cup of Soup, Bread & Buller

CHICKEN LIVERS with Fried Onions

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

HARRY WEISS'

$!295
vir per pers.

♦ ORIGINAL ESQUIRE
♦ .11 MILE AT LAHSER
353-4999
••••••••••••••••

RESTAURANT- DELICATESSEN

IN HARVARD ROW MALL

Everything

(Continued from Page 36)
restaurant in many subur-
ban communities, deluged
with supping and sipping
spots and tempted to declare
a moratorium on opening
any more.
"Residents for the most
part enjoy dining in near-by
restaurants with or without
white table cloths. But
many object to eateries
cropping up too close to
home.
"About five years ago,
Southfield passed an ordi-
nance adding special uses
like restaurants to lure oc-
cupants to vacant two-story
office districts dotting the
mile roads.
"Allowing dining spots
in these districts, officials
reasoned, would help
cure the blahs in the ci-
ty's glutted small office
market. But the attempts
continued to lay eggs
with frustrated residents.
Neighboring homeow-
ners said they didn't
want 'commercial nui-
sances' in their bac-
kyards.
"Would-be restaurants
like Jolly Tiger proposed by
Sambo's of Michigan on
Southfield Road and Mt.
Vernon, Cork n' Cleaver re-
quested for a site on Tele-
graph near Franklin Road,
and D'Agostino's planned to
locate on Civic Center Drive
and Telegraph, all bit the
dust.
"Even Bill Knapp's a busy
family restaurant on Ever-
green near 10 Mile, got a
thumbs down from South-
field city officials on a bid to
develop another family din-
ing spot on Telegraph near
12 Mile.
"These are but a few of the
casualties of resident pro-
test. Some said competition
in the city's bustling restau-
rant market would knock
less-successful businesses
right out of the box.
"Some of the older restau-
rants, where diners used to
stand in long lines at lunch
and dinner hours, aren't
packing in the customers
since bigger, better and
more novel spots have re-
placed the aging standbys.
"Finally, the ordinance
allowing restaurants in
office districts was laid to
rest. But it was replaced by

Quartet Concert
Slated Sept. 13

The Chamber Music
Society of Detroit will fea-
ture the Guarneri Quartet
in concert 8 p.m. Sept. 13 at
Orchestra Hall. .
Among the other featured
artists during the society's
37th season are: Jean-
Pierre Rampal, Juillard
Quartet, Ax-Kim-Ma Trio,
Murray Perahia, I Musici
Chamber
Orchestra,
Chicago
Symphony
Chamber Players, Tokyo
String Quartet, Stuttgart
Chamber Orchestra, Beaux
Arts Trio and Itzhak
Perlman.
For ticket information,
call the Chamber Music
Society, 833-3700.



Specializing in Authentic
Italian-American Ditling
Lunches and Dinners

'

another one requiring spe-
cial permission from city of-
ficials to build free-standing
restaurants. This doesn't
apply to eating spots in
shopping centers and office
buildings.
"Getting the official nod
to provide outside dining
isn't a piece of cake either.
TGI Friday's on Evergreen
and Civic Center Drive fi-
nally got the OK after
sweating it out for weeks.
The Plaza Deli was denied
dining al fresco at its small,
bustling restaurant on 12
Mile and Northwestern.
"Birmingham was dry
until 1972 when voters gave
their blessings to the sale of
liquor by the glass. Since
then, the restaurant trade
has boomed.
Now there are more
than three dozen eating
spots within walking dis-
tance of each other in the
city's downtown area.
"Some restaurateurs in
the suburb claim Birming-
ham has had enough:
Others believe the image of
a 'restaurant city' will cul-
tivate even more business.
"It's the same old story.
Some residents and restau-
rant operators are con-
cerned that a few eateries
won't survive the competi-
tion and if they close it will
give the area a black mark.
"Then there's a faction of
those who maintain there's
always room for a
moderately-priced restau-
rant where diners don't
have to spend an arm-
and-a-leg.
"Birmingham has a
tight-fisted policy on issu-
ing liquor 'licenses. City of-
ficials aren't anxious to
boost the booze business un-
less the circumstances are
special.
"Liquor-serving estab-
lishments in Birmingham
include Archibald's, The
Lemon Peel, Machus Sly
Fox and Sally's Saloon,
Midtown Cafe, Peabody's,
Tweeny's Cafe, 220 Merrill
Street, and the Alley Door.
The 'dry' ones are Olga's,
Pearls, Carrie Lee's, P.J.
Clarke's and Joseph's."

Friday, September 5, 1980 31

Open Sundays, 2 to 9:30 —Closed Mon.

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a rco's

7225 W. McNichols (6 blks. W. of Uvernois) UN '2-6455

'COMO't

Italian-American Restaurant
22812 WOODWARD at 9 MILE 548 5005

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Invites You To Enjoy

ONE OF THE FINEST FAMILY DINING
RESTAURANTS IN MICHIGAN

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

SUN. THRU THURS. 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
FRI. & SAT. 11 a.m. to 4 a.m.

Serving From Pizza to Antipasto
To Steaks & Fish To
Complete Italian Dinners

SEE OUR NEW MENU ... EVERYTHING
AVAILABLE FOR CARRY-OUT ALSO

Scallops • Fried
Fish
Steak
Continental Chicken
Clams
Country-Style
Veal Cutlet • Fried
• Roast The
Virginia
Ham
The Chef's
Special of The Day!
under 12...$2.95

Children

Only

more...

$1.95
us portion of

A genero

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BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCH
From $2.95! • Cocktails available!

HOU(

4-6pm

Happy
Sunday
PIANO 1prn-rn
BAR 9p
• • Closed Mondays
535-9411

In Our
Piano lounge
JIMMY SIMPSON
and
ARLENE KING

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