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November 14, 1980 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

4 Now Appearing

Danny Raskin's

axclairrla DINNER THEATRE

The Best of Everything

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Nancy Gurwin '

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P;irforrnances
Irving Berlin's
Friday & Saturday
Group Rates Available

7 ■ 41 1; 4

869-3988

17630 Woodward

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STEPHENSON
CLUB
24931 N. CHRYSLER DR. (1-75 at 10 Mile)

1

Hazel Park

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

542-9196

FOR 25 TO 300

• Anniversaries •Bar Mitzvas
•All Parties
•Showers
• Banquets
•Bat Mitzvas
•Reunions
•Weddings
OPEN MON. THRU SAT. . . . Featuring Fine Steak, Noble Wines, Casual
Elegance & House Specialties Including Fresh fish.

CHATEAUBRIAND$1995

FOR 2

MON. IS LADIES RITE!
LADIES COCKTAILS
1 /2 PRICE

SHRIMP COCKTAIL
WITH 2 DINNERS
AND THIS AO

FREE

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KENNY STONE

At The Keyboard
For Listening & Dancing
MON. & TUES.



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TONIGHT'S FRESH FISH

Your server will inform you
what we obtained today

10 Mile at- Sciuthfield Rd.

559-4230

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22740 WOODWARD

Ferndale •

PARKING IN REAR •

at 9 Mile
544-7933

ONE OF MICHIGAN'S OLDEST RESTAURANTS

NOV. 14 THRU NOV. 23 ANY HOUR OR DAY!

FRESH BROILED

WHITE FISH

OR FRESH BROILED LAKE TROUT

9
COURSES!

INCLUDING
• FRUIT CUP • SOUP OR JUICE • CHOICE OF POTATO
• VEGETABLE • SALAD • GREEK BREAD A STICKS
• CHOICE OF DESSERT • COFFEE OR HOT TEA

SERVED 7 DAYS 10:30 TO CLOSING!

BAR-B-Q FRESH
1 /2 CHICKEN

INCLUDES
ALL
ABOVE
ITEMS!

ROAST FRESH
TURKEY W/DRESSING

INCLUDES

$

425

ABOVE
ITEMS!

$

Friday, November 14, 1980 35

4 25

COCKTAILS • BEER • WINE
CHILDREN'S MENU • DIET DISHES
OUR FAMOUS GREEK SALAD

MON. THRU THURS. 10:30 a.m.-to 10 p.m.
FRI. & SAT. 10:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.
SUN. 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

GAINING IN popularity
is the almost altogether
different type of Sunday
brunch at Healthy Jones on
Northwestern Highway just
past 12 Mile . . . 11 a.m. to
3 p.m.
It's an interesting one
. . . and everything so de-
licious . . . You must try
the salmon spread made by
owner Joan Wittenberg
. . . The taste is delicate in
a creamy-type consistency.
There's so many good
healthful things on the
Healthy Jones brunch . . .
Fresh fruit juice, vegetable
tray with such crisp fresh-
ness and an array you won't
see at too many places,
Healthy Jones tossed salad,
also very crispy; fruit salad,
cheese tray, Spanish
omelette, spinach and feta
cheese casserole, fried chic-
ken, cod fish, breaded rat-
tatouille and cheese cas-
serole, spaghetti, potato
pancakes with sour cream,
Irish potato with butter
shallots . . . whole wheat
bagels, cream cheese, fresh
fruits, carrot cake, sour
cream cake, etc.
The Sunday brunch at
Healthy Jones is an ex-
perience . . . It's differ-
ent . . . so wholesome
. . . and you walk out
feeling invigorated with
seemingly new good
health . . . There/ an
inner reaction of body
satisfaction without the
bloat that so many times
comes from eating too
much . . Satisfaction is
a big word . . . and those
who didn't think such
healthy food could be so
good are in for a surprise.
The Sunday brunch at
Healthy Jones is $6.95 for
adults . . . and $4.95 for
children 12 and under.
HAVE YOU HAD the
boneless chicken at Como's
on Woodward and Nine
Mile Rd.? . . . If not, try it
. . . This is one of the spe-
cialties at Como's, consid-
ered by so many as one of
the best neighborhood res-
taurants around.
THE
MEDICINE
NEEDED to cure alleged
ill-feelings among man-
agement and customers
that supposedly prevailed
at Jakks Lounge on Green-
field and 10 Mile, has been
administered . . . with the
official take-over by new
owners Dick and Agnes
LaCombe.
Official word of new own-
ers also means that the airs
of indecision, "could be" and
denials are gone by the
wayside . . . There's noth-
ing up in the air anymore to
hold people from coming
back to Jakks . . . and it is
expected that they will re-
turn in droves . . . The
wall-to-wall people of
some-time-ago may again
be greeted by many who will
express joy at the change.
The only physical
changes so far will be a
completely gutted . . . and
all new clean kitchen . . .
(Jakks' lounge sector will
remain open but its kitchen
will be closed until about
Tuesday) . . . and a larger

checkroom than the ridicul-
ous tubby hole of before . . .
Also to happen will be a face
lift on the place . . . with
emphasis toward making it
a brighter and more pleas-
ant atmosphere.
The same very fine em-
ployees will remain . . .
happier ones knowing
that a lot of their former
customers will be return-
ing.
Dick and Agnes are a
couple of people who care
about others and show ex-
treme intent on everyone
working at Jakks feeling
the same way . . . and show-
ing it.
RAM'S HORN, a 24-
hour operation, will take
over the former Southfield
House on 12 Mile east of
Northwestern Hwy.
LOVING CUP group is
at Henry's Place, Ford Rd.
at the Southfield Freeway
Tuesday through
Saturday.
THE RON CODEN
SHOW started last Wed-
nesday for three weeks at J.
Ross Browne's Whaling
Station on Telegraph in
Bloomfield Hills.
THE GINGER MAN is
new name of former Angelo
On The Plaza Restaurant
. . . Telegraph and Maple
in the Bloomfield Plaza . . .
with a much more diver-
sified menu now that own-
ers are restaurateur
Seymour Markey and wife
Linda . . . Hours are differ-
ent too, with breakfast
being served as well as
lunch and dinner.
Chef Spiro "Steve" Zotos
is still there . . . assisted by
nephew Mike Cardasis.
SEA SHELL Surf and
Turf restaurant is one of
those kind of places you look
for and are glad you found
. . . It's on John R. just
north of 15 Mile . . . oper-
ated by a husband and wife,
George and Connie
Ribushofski . . . He does
the cooking himself . . .
and she is his manager . . .
a hard-working couple.
The 192-seater has about
27- seafood dishes . . . but
also 12 meat dinners from
(Continued on Page 36)

SUNSET
SPECIAL

It pays to come early!
Our special early evening
menu features values on
Boston Schrod with Crabmeat
Stuffing, Fried Fresh Boston
Schrod, Broiled Beef Kabob,
Chopped Steak with Sauteed
Onions, Charley's unique char-
grilled fish, and selected
choice from our daily fresh
catch!
All Sunset Special dinners
include Charley's Chowder,
Salad, Hot Bread, and your
choice of Vegetable.
From $5.75 to $9.75 per
dinner! You really get your
net's worth!

Mon-Sat 5-6 p.m.

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Fine Seafood in the
Chuck Muer tradition
5498 Crooks Road
Troy • 879-2060
American Express Honored

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