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October 10, 1980 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Appreciation, whether of beauty of genius or great-
nature, or books, or art, or ness to one, is far from being
men, depends very much on so to another.
temperament. What is
—Tryon Edwards

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 36)
. . . all the ingredients stuf-
° v
fed in the middle . . and
N P4/ TILE"
? I tomato sauce spread thickly
('! . . . The regular stuffed
(serves two to three)
'SOUTHFIELD AT 10 MILE
569-2120; pizza
weighs almost 3 1/2 pounds
with cheese only . . . De-
luxe serves four to five.
FORMER JAVA
1
JUNCTION on Woodward
just south of 14 Mile is now
called Dino's Family Dining
. . . serving Greek-
WITH. THIS COUPON
Valid Thru Oct. 30, 1980
III go Ns ow mil me no on on on. V*
American food in the 105-
IN
da
Ng
seating spot . . . The heavy
Specializing in Authentic
beams and brick walls re-
Italian-American Dining
main, but instead of a rail-
Lunches and Dinners
road motif there are scenic
Grecian pictures . . . It was
Copan Sundays, 2 to 9:30 —Closed Mon.
taken over less than two
EXCELLENT BANQUET
months ago by brothers
FACILITIES
Dino and Pete Loucopoulos.
WOODY HERMAN and
his Thundering Herd will be
at Roma's of Bloomfield,
Telegraph north of Square
Lake Rd., Oct. 17, 9 p.m. to 1
7225 W. McNichols (6 blks. W. of Uvernols) UN 2-6455
a.m. for a special Friday
Nite Edition of Roma's Big
Band Dance Party.
A UNIQUE CONCEPT
in family dining, where food
is only half the fun, has
opened at the Universal
Mall, 12 Mile and De-
quindre, Warren.
Pied Piper Pizza Peddler
has its own original pizza,
sandwiches, pasta and
"extras" . . . while folks lis-
ten to the magnificent Wur-
litzer pipe organ . . . which
began its melodious career
Dec. 24, 1927, at the United
Artists Theater downtown.
Displayed across 40 feet
of glass enclosures, with all
W. 10 MILE RD., 1 blk. E. of Evergreen
playing parts visible, this
instrument contains 1,562
A FULL SERVICE DELICATESSEN-RESTAURANT
pipes (ranging from the size
WITH OUR FAMOUS BAGELS AVAILABLE
of a pencil to 18 feet,) over
seven miles of wire, a 10-
horsepower blower,
COMPLETE DINNER SPECIALS
thousands of transistors
and diodes, percussions,
4 P.M. TO CLOSING
bells, cymbals and gongs,
FRI. & SAT.
etc.
SUNDAYS
Weighing in at slightly
BROILED
ROAST
over 10 tons, the mighty
10 OZ.
SPRING $4
$4
Wurlitzer was dismantled
MONK FISH
CHICKEN
in 1975, completely rebuilt
and refurbished before be-
MON. thru THURS. ALL DINNERS INCLUDE:
coming Detroit's devastat-
ENTREE
SOUP OR TOMATO JUICE,
ingly delightful accom-
OF
SALAD, CHOICE OF ANY
paniment at Pied Piper
THE
DESSERT, BREAD & BUTTER,
Pizza Peddler.
DAY
COFFEE OR HOT TEA
The musical director is
Lance Luce, former organist
10% SENIOR CITIZENS DISCOUNT 2-5:30 MON.-SAT. Spec IZ)
at Radio City Music Hall,
New York . . . Together
with Virginia Gedz and
Greg Smith, Lance
316 N. WOODWARD, 2 Blks. N. of 11 Mile • Royal Oak
entertains customers for
542-4880
OPEN 7 DAYS, 8 to 10 Mon.-Sun., Fri. & Sat. 8-11
lunch and dinner.
FROM NATION'S Res-
taurant News, July 14, 1980
. . . "Sherman Kaplan, a
leading Chicago radio res-
taurant reviewer, vehe-
mently upheld the rights of
eicle
reviewers to express their
opinions and deplored `at-
Recra~teeida
tempts to muzzle the daily
press.'
"Speaking at a discussion
sponsored by J. R. Simplot
Co. in connection with the
restaurant show, Kaplan
TODAY'S FRESH FISH
said he had been shocked by
`the virulence' of re-
Let your server tell you what
fresh fish we received today
staurateurs who in an NRA
show panel the previous
May 'were willing to muzzle
the critics and violate First
10 Mile at Southfield Rd.
559-4230
Amendment rights to the
extent of demanding licens-
ing of critics and threaten-

a a

MAPLE HOUSE



HARVEST TIME SPECIAL



25%
DISCOUNT
OFF YOUR ENTIRE BILL

a rco's

1

'

ing advertising boycotts
against media which em-
ploy certain critics.'
"These restaurateurs
`don't understand the job of
a reviewer,' asserted Kap-
lan. 'We're here to tell the
good and bad about a res-
taurant. The Constitution
specifically gave newspap-
ers the complete right to
express opinions.'
"Kaplan predicted that
the press would easily sur-
vive 'the narrow-
mindedness of some re-
staurateurs who can't take
the heat.' He pointed to a
contradiction that some re-
staurateurs who 'openly
blast critics' then proceed to
court the press.
"Kaplan emphasized that
`we have a right to speak out
to the consumer on what he
honestly feels.' He said a re-
viewer in effect represents
the consumer and not the
restaurant industry.

It is with certain good
qualities as with the senses;
those who have them not

Friday, October 10, 1980. 31

can neither appreciate nor
comprehend them in others.
—Rochefoucauld

BOUGS •DORY SHOP

HAS A FANTASTIC

NEW MENU!

MICHIGAN'S MOST UNIQUE RESTAURANT

(Where else can you eat in an Edsel?)

IS OFFERING GREAT FOOD & DRINKS AT
LESS THAN MODERATE PRICES
EVENING PRICES From $3.25
DAILY SPECIALS, $5§ 5

Tues.-Fri.
all you can eat inc. salad & potatoes
IF YOU'VE NEVER BEEN TO DOUG'S
OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER

AT THESE PRICES YOU HAVE TO TRY IT!

COUNTRY MUSIC
Featuring LEGEND

Thurs. thru Sat.
8:30 to 2 a.m.

HOURS: LUNCH, Not-Fri. 11:38-3 p.a.
INNER, bes. Thers. 5 10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 5-12 Nid.

-

Valet Parking

WOODWARD bet. 8 & 9 MILE

-

399-1040

11, 9

DELP-D

VSTAURANP

25

9 5

$395

DiMITRI'S NIKO

644 74

DON'T MISS THESE BARGAIN PRICES!!

TWO WHOLE SLABS
I
LITTLE BABY BACK RIBS I
FOR TWO
Reg. $15.50
NOW ONLY

INCLUDES:
POTATOES, TOSSED SALAD $ 1
OR COLE SLAW

LIMIT 4 PER COUPON
EXPIRES 10-31-80

0 g 5

INCLUDES:
POTATOES, GARLIC TOAST,
TOSSED SALAD OR
COLE SLAW

LIMIT 6 PER PERSON
EXPIRES 10-31-80

I NEW SPECIAL RECIPE WE GUARANTEE IT! j

70 SEATING CAPACITY
AND CARRY-OUT SERVICE

NEW HOURS STARTING MON.. OCT. 13
Sun.. Tues. & wed. 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. — Thurs. 5 p.m. to 12 MI
Fri. 5 p.m. to 3 a.m. — Sat. 6 p.m. to 3 a.m.

IN 7 MILE-FARMINGTON CENTER NORTHWEST CORNER

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