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January 30, 1981 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 Friday, January 30, 1981

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RID CtDARS

Thy Best of Everything

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Chef's Specials

Served Mon. thru Sat. Nights

NEW YORK STEAK

ON A SIZZLING PLATTER 4

or

, 95

BROILED FLORIDA AP

RED SNAPPER

COMPLETE DINNER INCLUDES: SOUP, SALAD,

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VEGETABLE OR POTATO
40 OTHER ENTREE ITEMS ALSO AVAILABLE

Live Entertainment & Dancing
Monday thru Saturday

353-5170

23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.

loin Us For
A Pleasant Surprise and
Discover That THERE IS A DIFFERENCE!

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19460 W. 10 MILE RD. (1 BIk. E. of Evergreen)
352-7466
• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner

In the Casual Elegant
Atmosphere You Want For
Gracious Enjoyable Dining

i 1 days a week

Enjoy Our Fine Dinner Specials .. •
Different Each Day

Hours

Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Sun. 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

WESTERN IS BACK at
Topinka's Country House
on Seven bile and Tele-
graph . . . Tuesday
through Sun ia.y . . . in a
classy way . . This is truly
Country-West e rn in the
elegance of eleg int atmos-
pheres.
Even bigger r ews is the
drop in prices bz Topinka's
in keeping with the
economy times . . Listen
to this . . . Seven days a
week for dinner, choice sir-
loin steak or broiled fresh
Boston scrod with salad and
choice of potato for $6.95
. . . and Sunday the lavish
family brunch 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. $5.95 (children 10 and
under $4.50) . . . Also on
Sunday is the big family-
style chicken dinner, $6.95.
Sam Jarrus, bossman at
the old Atrium and Shakes-
peare's restaurants, is now
general manager for owner
Al Balooly . . . with excel-
lent waitresses like smil-
ing, efficient and courteous
Cindy Carter . . . and
Lynette Teresh . . . among
the Topinka's stalwart
standbys for so many years.
Going too now for Al is
that Topinka's card people
are buying for $35 . . .
which gives them up to 12
free meals at either location
(Telegraph and Seven Mile
or Grand Blvd.) when 12
others are purchased.
IT'LL BE known as Al's
Scotch 'n Sirloin . . . owned
by Al Kaftan . . . on the
same Greenfield and James
Couzens site as the old S & S
. . . The resemblance from
before in entertainment
will be like night and day.
KOSHER KORNER is
name of newest kosher res-
taurant . . : located in Ann
Arbor . . . at Chabad House
on 715 Hill St. . . . with
glatt kosher features . . .
and Middle Eastern cuisine
. . . Unlike its former man-

THE BEST LITTLE
DIET BAKERY IN
THE WHOLE WORLD

SNEAKY TREATS

29275 Southfield

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agement, the newly-named,
owned and operated kosher
restaurant is now open
daily 11:30 to 2 and for
dinners on Sundays and
Wednesdays, 5:30 to 9:30
. . . No Saturdays of course.
THREE - DAY GRAND
OPENING at Jakks,
Greenfield and 10 Mile, was
a biggie . . . Lots of people
. . . especially predomin-
ant being the faces that
hadn't been inside in a long
time . . . Owners Dick and
Aggie LaCombe are a
couple of wonderful people
doing a wonderful job . . .
bringing back that "homey"
feeling for so many who al-
ways used to consider Jakks
their home away from home
because of its intim'at'e, com-
fortable and entertaining
atmosphere . . . Dick and
Aggie like people a lot .
and the feeling rubs off with
so many enjoying their new
ownership.
"CABARET" opens in
February at the 250-seat
Lighthouse-6 Inn Dinner
Theater, Six Mile just west
of Telegraph . . . Sitdown
dining and one of the
greatest stage hits of all
time . . . quite a combina-
tion.
BESS BONNIER- Con-
cert Jazz Trio featuring
Bess on piano, Joe LoDuca
on bass and guitar and Tom
Brown on drums, will pre-
sent works of Gershwin,
Cahn, Van Heusen, Corea
and Tyner at the following
spots . . . Feb. 8, Ann Arbor
Unitarian Church on
Washtenaw . . . Feb. 15,
Grosse Pointe Unitarian
Church on Maumee east of
Cadieux . . . Feb. 22, Bir-
mingham Unitarian
Church, Woodward at Lone
Pine Rd. in Bloomfield
Hills.
Wine and cheese will be
served at artist's reception
following all concerts.
BILL HARRIS is now
regional sales manager at
Troy Hilton Inn and
Philadelphia Stadium Hil-
ton,. . . His office is at the
Troy Hilton.
THE RON CODEN
SHOW Starts this Wednes-
day for four weeks only at J.
Ross Browne's Whaling
Station on N. Telegraph in
Bloomfield Hills.
SARAH PORTNOY
writes . . . "Coffee has al-
ways been a subject of con-
troversy. Although there
was never a Boston 'Coffee'
Party, people have fought
and died because of this re-
markable little bean.
"Despite its controversy
— it's good for you, it's bad
for you, it cures this, it
causes that — and the push
for non-caffeine drinks, cof-
fee is still the leading bev-
erage consumed today. How
many of us would give up
that cup of coffee for alfalfa
tea?
"Different parts of the
world have traditional var-
iations of this beverage. The
Scandinavians add a raw
egg to the pot, the Turkish
coffee is strong, French cof-
fee has a smoked flavor, and
(Continued on Page 33)

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DANCING TUES. THRU SAT.
TO

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WITH 2 DINNERS
AND THIS AD

THE FABULOUS
STEPHENSON CLUB
SALAD BAR
IS BACK!

eafood
pedal

—of the week
FRESH RAINBOW TROUT

Filets broiled to

perfection
and served with herb

butter. Includes salad, rice
pilav or baked potato,
vegetable and our own
Teacup Bread.

'7.95

(Good through Sunday, February 1)

Meriwether's

Telegraph North of 10 Mile
Southfield
358-4950

Van Dyke South of 13 Mile
Warren
574-9670

AN UNBELIEVABLE VALUE!

LOBSTER'
BROIL

100% PURE LOBSTER MEAT
and
NATURAL LOBSTER BUTTER ROUX
Stuffed into Individual Shell.
Topped with a Light Breaded
Butter Crust.

FLAME-BROILED.
Served with
Choice of Potato,
Lemon Butter Saute,
Cole Slaw and
Hot Buttermilk Bisquits
Delectably Delicious! .

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A FANTASTIC '
BUY!

IT'S INCREDIBLE
IT'S AFFORDABLE

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2820 N. WOODWARD
ROYAL OAK

WEST

17455 Telegraph
DETROIT

31920 VAN DYKE
WARREN

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23820 Michigan •
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Between
12 & 13 Mile Road

Near
Grand River
Between 6 & 1 Mile Roads

Between
13 & 14 Mile Roads

Near
Telegraph

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