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June 05, 1981 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-05

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36 Friday, June 5, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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(FORMER RAVEN GALLERY

29101 GREENFIELD ROAD
ONE BLOCK NORTH OF 12

Specializing In

Ribs & Chicken

Also . . . Steak—Burgers—Seafood—
Sandwiches—Appetizers—Salads—
Desserts—Home Made Soups—Etc.

THE METRO DETROIT VIEWERS OF
WJBK-TV 2 HAVE VOTED BAR-B-Q-
HOUSE AS THE BEST PLACE TO EAT
. IN METROPOLITAN DETROIT.

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BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEON 11 to 3

(Continued from Page 35)
Ranchero.
Other choices are baby
back ribs, chicken,
Polish sausage, a half-a-
dozen kinds of quiches
and crepes, burgers,
fried shrimp and veggie
sandwiches.
Young waitresses, dres-
sed in their kookiest outfits,
have nicknames like "Sam."
The whole atmosphere
lends itself to casual fun
whether you're enjoying the
special brunch for late ris-
ers or the spicy Mexican
dishes for late diners with
healthy digestions.
CHUCK MUER is an-
other restaurateur who says
you can have fun and earn a
living at the same time.
He's been doing it for 16
years.
Muer once tried to break
the world record for the
most kites in the air at one
time. For the Bicentennial,

HOURS: MON. THRU THURS. 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
FRI. 11 a.m.-3 a.m. SUN. 1-11 p.m.
SAT. 4 p.m.-3 a.m.
Carry-Outs Available

THE BEST LITTLE
DIET BAKERY IN
THE WHOLE WORLD

SNEAKY TREATS

559-3570

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29215 Southfield

569-7546

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REPEAT BY POPULAR DEMAND!

ONE WEEK ONLY — JUNE 5 THRU JUNE 11

CARRY-OUT SPECIALS
CORNED BEEF ....$5 25 1b.
$ 3 99 lb.
PASTRAMI
TURKEY BREAST o $ 3 99 lb.

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SUPER DINNER SPECIAL

ONE WEEK ONLY —JUNE 5 THRU JUNE 11

TOP AAA GRADE

RIB STEAK

INCLUDES
CUP OF SOUP, SALAD,
VEGETABLE, POTATO,
BREAD & BUTTER

$

5 9 5

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SEE WHY WE ARE NO. I IN METROPOLITAN DETROIT

IRVING'S

THE SOMETHING DIFFERENT

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Restaurant-Delicatessen

21161 GREENFIELD RD.

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1 Olt N. OF HIKE RD.

559-1380

OPEN TUES.-SUN. Ar
6 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. *

ALL OCCAStOMS

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VOTED NO. 1
SQUARE
PIZZA
By

The Best of Everything

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a team launched 1,776
kites. The wind didn't blow
it, but the team did and only
200 got up.
If you happened to be in
St. Clair, Mich., last Labor
Day, you probably found
Muer in his River Crab eat-
ery blowing a motley collec-
tion of steam whistles from
boats and trains in what he
calls "The Grand Ole
Tashmoo Whistle Blow."
Earlier in the summer,
Muer and his crew had
floated down the river in
inner tubes. At Christ-
mas, they give parties for
underprivileged kids and
get as much kick out of it
as the youngsters. -
In 1964, Muer and a few of
his friends, not many years
out of college, decided to
come up with some restau-
rants which were better
than anything around.
Muer and his friends fig-
ured people deserve to be
entertained as well as fed.
They deserve to be treated
as guests in a home, Muer
said.
The same bunch of guys is
still running the company
along with many original
employees. Muer thought it
would be fun building res-
taurants in handsome old
historic buildings like the
Michigan Central Railroad
Depot in Ann Arbor which
was converted into the
Gandy Dancer.
Muer also opened
Engine House No. 5 in
Columbus and Pole Rail-
road Depot in Pittsburgh.
He enjoys building a
grand, sprawling
roadhouse from scratch.
Charley's Crab and Top of
the Ponch are popular spots
for seafood buffs. At the
Diggers on Grand River in
Farmington Hills, Muer
says, "We want you to feel
right at home and do things
Charley's way. Roll up your
sleeves, quaff a stein of beer
with your meal, and leave
the water to the fish."
While waiting for a table,
you'll be entertained by the
piano stylings of Linda or
Bob Milne and enjoy hors
d'oeuvres from the oyster
bar. If you're in the mood for
steamed clams, you should
call in advance and have a
bucket put aside. They go
fast.
The fish is flown in from
the Great Lakes, Canada
and Florida. Most of the
catch is fresh fileted and
broiled. But you can try
striped bass, swordfish,
halibut and salmon char-
grilled and served with
Bernaise sauce or anchovy
butter.
If you're especially
hungry, order a crock of
Charley's chowder which
he calls "A classic in its
own time."
Diggers offers nightly
specials such as Boston
scrod with crabmeat stuf-
fing, New York sirloin and
crab legs, lobster, baked
stuffed lobster Larry and
filet of flounder with crab-
meat stuffing.
HOUSE OF HUNAN on
12 Mile and Northwestern
(Continued on Page 37)

Detroit Free Press
Detroit News
AAA Motor News

Buddy's Pizza

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Locale No. 1
11125 CONANT, Cor. McNichols

Carry-Out Only Locale
14156 E. 12 Mile, Warren

892-9001

777-3400

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8100 Old 13 Mile Rd.

hot E Ya Dyke.

s. 13 pipe

574-9200

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CLUB
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PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

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• Anniversaries
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FOR 25 TO 300
•Bar Mitzvas
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OPEN MON. THRU SAT. . .. Featuring Fine Steak, Noble Wines, Casual
Elegance & House Specialties Including Fresh fish.

CHATEAUBRIAND $2195

SHRIMP COCKTAIL
WITH 2 DINNERS
AND THIS AD

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FOR 2

THE FABULOUS
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SALAD BAR

DANCING TUES. THRU SAT.

TO

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SPECIAL DINNER THIS WEEK

Pacific Coast Red Snapper, Almondine

Broiled to perfection and garnished with almond
butter. Served with a salad, rice pilav or baked
potato. fresh vegetable. and our own
Teacup Bread.

$7.50

(Good through Sunday. June 7)

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