THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
THURSDAYS & SUNDAYS
1 821 1 JOHN R
The Best of Everything
Friday, November 14, 1980 31
MIAMI BEACH — A
drive to place anti-cult lit-
erature in public libraries
has been inaugurated by
Concerned Citizens Against
Cults, according to Rabbi
Rubin R. Dobin, chairman
of the organization.
(Continued from Page 36) son's again this year, auto-
Bet. 6 II 7 Mile Rds.
year's book)," says Harry, graphing books, serving
"we find it increasingly dif- Chuck Muer's Charley's
ficult to find places of suffi- Chowder and giving a free
cient quality for us to justify coupon, with each book pur-
COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE RD IN THE A & P SHOPPING CENTER
presenting their menus. chased from us during our
WED. & FRI. DINNER
Thirty-five have been drop- appearance, for a dinner for
BREAKS THE PRICE BARRIER
NEWEST, MOST FASHIONABLE
ped from last year's book; two at one of the Chuck
CONBINATION $49 5
ON DELI TRAYS!
many out of business, more
in a state of flux — not (one of the dinners will cost
SECOND HELPING FREE!!
knowing for sure what they only $3.50 — the other will
TUES.-THURS. 11 a.m. to
FRI. 11 a.m. to 12 mid .
will be like in a few months, be for the regular price.)"
.AT. 3 p.m. to 12 no.
Harry and Mary will be at
all victims of the economy.
SUN. 3 o.m. to 9 p.m.
have the indigestion to son's on the following dates
STEAKS — SEAFOOD
(minimum tray orders 10 people)
prove it) that a large per-
ORDER IN PERSON OR BY PHONE
centage of the highly- a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesday . . .
GYPSY STROLLING ORCHESTRA
THURS. THRU SUN.
devilishly fine dining and spirited drink
that have popped up in the day . . . Oakland Mall,
Hart Plaza 963 3131
last year or so are a long Nov. 21, 11:30 to 2 . . .
1-75 (Fisher) at SPRINGWELLS EXIT
way from having their act, Downtown, Nov. 24, 11:30
BREAKFAST SPECIALS 7 DAYS A WEEK
All Credit Cards
much less their kitchens, to 2 . . . Twelve Oaks, Nov.
$ 4 3o
together; experience counts 22, 11:30 to 2 . . . and Fair-
0 1 and too few of the new kids lane, Nov. 23, 12 noon to 2
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on the block have it.
"Our goal for this year
"You can't miss us," says
was to present the menus of Harry. "We'll be the ones
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_ _ _ _ 5 _ -21201 225 restaurants of quality with writer's cramp, soup
'SOUTHFIEL D AT 10 MILE
and stability. Instead we're stains and lots of books and
the menus of the coupons."
190 top restaurants in our
THE DELI is now open
area — that's all there is, in Muirwood Square on
I there isn't any more.
Grand River and Drake . . .
"What's new about this with owner-cousins Mike
book? We've been asked Onefrey and Sandy Green-
for menus, menus and berg partners in the 95-
WITH. THIS COUPON . . Valid Thru Nov. 14, 1980
IN weas on mg us so am am Ns a• urn urn ire Sr
more menus so this year seating cafeteria-style deli-
we've included only catessen . . . Sit down and
menus and basic complete carry-out . . . The
guidelines for eating out; Deli is probably the only one
the extensive supplemen- around where you can make
tal listing of prior years your own salad at the salad
will return from time to bar . . . 90c for a dinner
time as a supplement to salad . . . and $3.15 all you
these menu books. Best of
all, we've dropped the can eat.
GRILLED SALMON STEAKS
Another cousin, architect
price of the menu book
Chargrilled ocean salmon,
back down to the $6.95 Cary Greenberg, is respon-
served with salad, rice pilav
sible for the beautiful inter-
level of earlier editions.
or baked potato, vegetable
ior design . . . graphics on
and our own Teacup Bread.
and considerably more walls and banners . . . The
readable. We have, due in chairs are even interesting
(Good through Sunday, November 16)
great part of the public's and comfortable . . .
comments, considerably wicker-style made with
Brunch Buffet: 9 a.m. to noon featuring baked ham,
strengthened our own plastic coated springs. ..-
fried chicken, pancakes, eggs benedict, bacon, sau-
criteria for selecting the
LOUIS BODDIE, head
sage, hashbrowns, salads, beverages, more for just
restaurants whose menus bellman at Michigan Inn,
Van Dyke South of 13 Mile
Telegraph North of 10 Mile
$6.95 per person. Children under 12 $3.75.
are shown. In particular, held one end of the ribbon
there are many more menus when it was cut to open the
Dinner: from 1 p.m. featuring the traditional turkey
from inexpensive restau- hotel in 1974 . . . Lou also
or baked ham dinner with all the trimmins', inclu-
rants, a general broadening runs the transportation de-
ding the famous Wicker Works Salad Bar, juice,
of coverage in the suburbs partment . . . dispatching
sweet potatoes, dressing, cranberry sauce and choice
and outlying areas plus a vans and cars to and from
of apple, pumpkin or mincemeat pie for just $8.75
few new ones from Windsor.
per person. Children under 12 $4.75. Or select from
"There is simplified in-
Lynne Markling, new di-
our regular dinner menu!
formation on dress codes, rector of sales only two
parking, take-out items, months at Michigan Inn,
19931 EVERGREEN, S. OF 12 MILE RD. • Southfield
luncheon offerings and comes with much experi-
prices, house specialties,
ence . . . from Continental
5500 Crooks Rd. at 1-75
and the extra little touches Plaza in Chicago . . . She's
that many restaurants pro- in charge of conventions,
QUART OF HOMEMADE GELATO
Troy, Michigan 48098
rooms, meetings, etc. . . .
"And this year there's a and is also head of market-
new Mystery Restaurant ing.
and an extensive list of
what we think is In' and
`Out' on the restaurant trail
(as before, we don't rate res-
QUART YOGURT & WEIGHT
taurants — if we like them,
they're in — if we don't,
WATCHERS FROSTED TREAT
they're out . . . however
this year in the In and Out'
section we have taken a few
gentle potshots at our pet
peeves and tossed roses to a
few of our real favorites.)
Dinner At 6 P.M.
(12 or 16 Pieces)
"The recipe book is a
(Children's Dinners all $2.65)
25 OFF FOR . es
Show At 7 P.M.
and content ($4.95 re-
11005 Middlebelt at Plymouth
20 or 26 Pieces I. : ance
All Adults Must Be Accompanied
tail). It's lively, the recipes
By Children 12 and Under
Wonderland Shopping Center Livonia
are gems and the writing is
la M I -
1. — 7V raisi"
lively and a bit irreverant.
It is, by the way, Mary Con-
ALL GELATO & t i s lan y -DficI p CE CREAM PIES
way's creation — from start
"And for the big news: We
INCLUDE: HOME-MADE BREADSTICKS, ANTIPASTO SALAD & SPUMONI
are going to make our per-
15% DISCOUNT SENIOR CITIZENS
sonal appearances at Hud-
MEAT TRAYS FROM
DAIRY TRAYS FROM
THE MAPLE HOUSE
HARVEST TIME SPECIAL
1 25% DISCOUNT
OFF YOUR ENTIRE _BILL
Thanksgi v i ng
NEW MANAGEMENT SPECIALS
50c OFF BANANA
OFF BUCKET OF OUR
SPECIAL MARINATED CHICKEN:
FRI. & SAT.
FREE COFFEE WHILE YOU WAIT