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May 22, 1981 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JAKK'S

Where Dining Is an Enjoyment

(Continued from Page 34)
"You don't have to make a
reservation to grab the kids
and shoot over to a fast food
(DINNER ONLY WITH I FULL PRICE)
eatery like the ones that
THURS. NITE — HOMESTYLE GREEK DINNER
abound on Telegraph on the
SPECIALS EVERY DAY FOR BUSINESS PERSONS'S LUNCHES
way to Metropolitan Air-
4-7 P.M. — EARLY BIRD SPECIALS — MON. THRU FRI.
port.
25234 GREENFIELD AT 10 MILE
"Telegraph is an amaz-
ing, illuminated honky tonk
OAK PARK
967-3922
strip like Las Vegas minus
the gambling.
.•.•..••.••.•...•..•
"For blocks and blocks
you can take your choice
of Burger Chef, Burger
King, Denny's, Colonel
Sanders, Elias Brothers'

■ Big Boy, Arby's, Dairy
■ Queen, Picos Tacos,
Hardee's and ad in-
a finitum.

"But if your preference is
ENTERTAINING? ... LET US DO IT FOR YOU! a
for white tablecloth dining
• Heaping Tray of Luscious Hot Ribs — Chicken —
a instead of plastic trays,
Shrimp
there's no shortage of sub-
■ French Fries or Potato Salad — Cole Slow — Relishes
urban restaurants.

Rolls

■ "For something that's Ita-

Hot Hors d' Oeuvres Also Available
■ lian, Cortina's on 10 Mile
■ EVERYTHING COMPLETE ... PLATES — FORKS — NAPKINS ■ and Middlebelt is a nice,
quiet, cozy spot. We ordered
■ scampi in a garlic butter
■ 26076 GREENFIELD RD. IN LINCOLN CENTER
■ and wine sauce.
■ "It came with a tasty
Home, Office & Factories

••••••••••••••••••••• salad, a tray of hot bread,
spaghetti and broccoli. Cor-
tina's serves a variety of
dishes and pastas. The serv-
ice is good and our waiter
gave us plenty of refills of
TRY
fresh, hot coffee. No com-
OUR
plaints about this relaking
ANIOUS
supping and sipping spot.
BURGERS
"We do register a com-
plaint about so many fine
Business Lunches
restaurants closing on
Sundays. Sunday is fam-
Open Monday thru Friday
ily night for a lot of folks.
11-8 p.m.
It's a convenient time to
celebrate happy occa-
sions with the gathering
of the clan. But, in many
15535 W. 8 MILE (Just West of Greenfield
cases, the dining room
Under The Underpass
you rave about and can
341-9322
frequent Mondays
through Saturdays fol-
lows the pattern of never
on Sundays.
Machus's Red Fox on
Telegraph and Maple is
open Sundays. If you're an
early diner, you'll find this
attractive, popular spot not
a bit crowded. When we
were there a large party was
WE'RE CELEBRATING HIS RETURN
celebrating grandma's
WITH THESE ONE-WEEK CARRY-OUT SPECIALS
birthday and a few tables
MAY 22 THRU MAY 29
for two were occupied. Our
friendly waitress recom-
SALAMI SWISS CHEESE
CORNED BEEF
mended broiled scrod which
OR
came just as we like it —
Sliced $2 5 lb.
crisp and brown. The
PASTRAMI
Machus salad is always a
treat.
—1/2 DOZ. BAGELS
"About 2 1/2 miles down
$
the road on Telegraph and
With Any Purchase Over $9 99
13 Mile is another good spot
which doesn't rest on the
DINNER SPECIALS — 5 p.m. to Closing
OPEN 7 DAYS
seventh day of the week,
STUFFED CABBAGE OR
Marvin Gardens.
MON.-FRI.
SHORT RIBS OF BEEF OR
"It's informal dining in a
TURKEY
11 to 9
gimmicky
atmosphere
SAT. & SUN.
9 9
that's especially appealing
Includes:
9
to
9
Salad, Pot & Veg.
to the younger set. But
patrons of any age can enjoy
a juicy hamburger, crunchy
Senior Citizens Early Bird Discount 3 to 5 Mon.-Fri. 20% OFF Reg. Price
salads and a number of light
TRAY CATERING AVAILABLE - _
and heavier bites at the
gardens.
"Getting back to com-
plaints, the most preva-
lent is hiking a $9 dinner
to $12.50. The high price
of a dish you may have a
taste for can influence
DELI-RESTAURANT
your selection.
"If you're one of those who
L10- MILE Just East of Evergreen
352 7060- say, 'I always order the
wrong thing,' it may very

MON. NITE — SING OR LISTEN TO A FRIEND
TUES. NITE — UNESCORTED LADIES — 2 DRINKS FOR 1
WED. NITE — COUPLES NITE 50% OFF FOR HIS DATE



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well be because you haven't
got the heart to plunk down
a double-digit amount for a
dish that may be better.
"Of course there are al-
ways waiters and waitres-
ses who suggest the special
of the day without quoting
the price. And if you order a
moderately-priced meal
from the menu, the waiter
or waitress often gets an 'I
told you so' look in their
eyes if you're disappointed.
"When you insist on a
menu item the waiter or
waitress says they haven't
served because of a lack of
demand, you're setting
yourself up for a glare of
contempt.
"Another pet peeve
about some waiters and
waitresses is that they'll
(Continued on Page 36)

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