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March 20, 1981 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

35

Friday, March 20, 1981

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HARVEY URNOVITZ'S

The Best of Everything

HUNGARIAN
VILLAGE

(Continued from Page 34) recently played Las Vegas
showing a lot of musical . . . and are noted for their
ability in so many phases of supporting entertainment
with nationally-known acts
rhythmic enjoyment.
Shenandoah backing up that come to the Michigan
Carl and Brenda is made up area.
APRIL 1 & 2, 7 p.m.
Topinka's Country
of . . . Paul Russo, steel
House has become the
guitar;
Tom
Buck,
lead
• 11 MUSICIANS
guitar; John Richards al- place to go ... now even
• SINGERS
ternating on bass with 16- having its own Topinka's
• DANCERS
year-old Curt Schneider, Dinner Club . . . where
who plays Tuesday and you buy 12 dinners or
per pers.
Wednesday; and Dave lunches for $35 at either
the Country House or To-
Morse, drums.
Includes Dinner
Carl and Brenda Vanover pinka's On The Blvd. ...
Choice of 3 Entrees
Just be with a guest and
CHICKEN PAPRIKASH or
pay 50 percent of the food
UM-M-M-M!
VEAL PAPRIKASH or
check, regardless of what
A
GOLDDIGGER
STUFFED CABBAGE
FROM
or how much it is.
TICKETS IN ADVANCE
And about Chef Frank
SNEAKY TREATS
Diet Gourmet Shop
843-5611
Frazier again . . . If you've
29275 Southfield
1-15 (Fisher) at SPR1NGWELLS EXIT
569-7546
never had his Veal Oscar
Farrell Plaza
All Credit Cards
. or his Beef Wellington
. . . or Stuffed Brook Trout
. . . or Shrimp Scampi . . . or
so many of the dishes you
could never before get at
Topinka's Country House
. . . you're missing a lot.
You'll be wide-eyed at the
Detroit News
Detroit Free Press By
presentation
now . . . like
AAA Motor News
Cornish Hen in half a
pineapple shell . . . with
Carry-out
orange slices and cherries
Dialog
on the side.
Locale No. 2
Carry-Out Only Locale
s
Locale No. 1
Yes, my friends; there is a
8100 Old 13 Mile Rd.
14156 E. 12 Mile, Warren
Wk. E. Yea tyke. 1 Mi. V13 Mile
11125 COAANT, Cor. *Nichols
difference at Topinka's
5749200
777-3400
892.9001
Country House . . . a very
big difference . . . to be sure.
HADN'T EATEN ani-
mal crackers in a long time
. . . Wonder how Ron Hall
and P/R Associates knew we
were thinking about them?
. . . This is how they cleverly
publicized the media pre-
Reeowiwieeidd
view for recent 73rd annual
Shrine Circus which they're
handling in the usual very
capable ways . . . Along
with invite came a box of
CHICKEN BREAST
animal crackers . . . clever
. . . and hit the spot for most
TERIYAKI
of us at The Jewish News
Rice and snowpea pods
office.
GYPSY CONCERT by
Harvey Urnovitz at his
559-4230
10 Mile at Southfield Rd.
Hungarian Village on
Springwells, comes up April
1-2 . . . with 11 musicians,
mmiumi. "'"Ug
songstresses and dancers
. . . Tickets in advance are
$12 for the concert and com-
plete dinner.
JOHN MALLON, sing-
From
ing star of the new John
Mallon Show, is at the
Apartment Lounge on E. 14
Mile in Madison Heights,
Lunch and Dinner 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Monday through Saturday.
NOW THAT THE two
Natural Gourmet Foods ... Specializing In
Bodega restaurants have
Fish, Seafood, Salads, Vegetarian Dishes
been sold, the new owner

Presents It's Annual

GYPSY
CONCERT

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The Return Of A Long. Standing Tradition

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11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Variety of hot and cold
items. juices, fruits.
bagels, cheese, potato
pancakes, fish. seafood,
chicken. salads. cas-
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Books & Magazines
Frozen & Refrigerated
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DESTINATION LOVE
is at Blarby's on Van Dyke
in Warren, Wednesday
through Saturday.
OSCAR, the musical
revue covering 54 years of
Academy Award winning
music, is at Roberto's
dinner-theater on Coolidge
in Berkley, Sunday eve-
nings . . . dinner at 6, show
at 7:30.
URSULA WALKER is
now warbling at Ar-
chibald's on S. Woodward in
Birmingham.
EVERYTHING
BAKED or cooked by Flor-
ence Byer and her Gourmet
Creations is truly home-
made . . . One of the top
culinary art specialists
around, Flo works from a
(Continued on Page 36)

One Of Detroit's Oldest
Family-Owned Italian Restaurants

Specializing In
Steaks and Northern Italian Cuisine
Serving Only
Prime Steer Steaks and Deft Blue Provini Veal

Our Other Hours: Tues. thru Fri. 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sat. 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Cocktails and Wines

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