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July 17, 1981 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-17

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Alfrzch Jimmy Launce PROductions, inc.





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ways have a tendency of not
willing to bend.
You won't find the des-
serts at too many places .. .

presents

All are made in the Maximi-
lian's kitchen . . . Like Mud
• A Thriller
Tony Award Winner •
Pie (cookie crust with choco-
• Performances:
Group Rates & •
late ice cream and hot fudge
• Friday & Scurday

Performances Available

• topping) or Sand Pie (cookie
• Reservations 643-8865 Lower Level Somerset Mall • crust with butter pecan ice
cream and caramel topping)
• among others including
cheesecake.
Where did the name
DINNER SPECIAL
Maximilian's come from?
JULY 17 THRU JULY 23
II'" ONE WEEK ONLY
... Marsha Eisenberg,
Harry's frau, brought up
10 OZ. GRADE AAA
the former Mexican em-
peror's name ... None of
the persons involved
were for it ... and then
WE GRIND OUR OWN MEAT!
suddenly all like it.
Dining at Maximilian's
INCLUDES:
can be fun because of its di-
SALAD, VEGETABLE, POTATO,
versification from within a
BREAD BASKET & BUTTER
limited menu . . . If you like
cold Gazpacho soup, a full-
bodied kind that "Skip"
SUPER BREAKFAST SPECIAL
makes is Kobably among
Mon.-Sat. 6 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Sun. 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.
the best anywhere . . .
ONE WEEK ONLY — JULY 11 THRU 23
There's surely no fun in
being adventuresome and
WESTERN
getting sick . . . No chance
OR
for this at Maximilian's .. .
CHICKEN LIVERS
They don't have any crazy
combinations on their menu
OMELETTE
. . . The only combo is a
BAGEL, ROLL OR TOAST
Plato Festival ( choice of
any tree of tacos, burritos,
SEE WHY WE ARE NO. 1 IN METROPOLITAN DETROIT
enchiladas and tostadas) .. .
Everything else is good
Mexican and American fare
that almost assures satis-
faction.
THE SOMETHING DIFFEREN
If people tell you Maximi-
DELICATESSEN-RESTAURANT
lian's is strictly a Mexican
27167 GREENFIELD
restaurant, ask them if the
559-1380
1 Ilk. N. of 11 Milo
last one they visited had
Open Tues.-Sun.
tuna melt, steak sandwich,
6 a.m.-9:30 p.m.
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French Dip, western beef or
breast of chicken.
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But it does have a Mexi-
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tortilla chips in a basket on
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all tables . . . No ragged-
loin
Us
For
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looking serapes on the
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A Pleasait Uprise al
walls, though.
You'll like Maximi-
Discover That THERE IS A DIFFERENCE!
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lian's ... It has the best
at
from both sides of the
border ... The pleasant
Stephan Becharas'
atmosphere is conducive
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to relaxed dining.
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Time always tells, but in
the short while it has been
open, Maximilian's is al-
ready setting a pace,
kitchen and dining, that
-diae(cz7e,"
should keep getting even
better.
19460 W. 10 MILE RD. (1 Blk. E. of Evergreen)
Yassoo couldn't make it
because of a lack in consis-
352-7466
tency . . . This is one facet
Maximilian's will be most
• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner
careful to avoid.
In the Casual Elegant
D. DENISON'S seafood
restaurant is projected for
Atmosphere You Want For
opening the fall of this year
Gracious Enjoyable Dining,
. . . on 12 Mile and Orchard
Lake Rd. in Farmington
Hills . . . It'll seat 100 in the
bar and lounge . . . and 180
in its dining area.
Dieter Boehm, 17 years
Enjoy Our Fine Dinner Specials . .
with Chuck Muer as vice
president, heads the D. De-
Different Each Day
nison development . . . as
vice president of Restaurant
—Hours '
Ventures, Inc., of Ann Ar-
Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
bor, parent company of D.
Denison's.
Sun. 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
WONDER WHY ... it is
so difficult to get pecan waf-
fles in a restaurant nowa-
days?
HARD TO BE-
LIEVE .. but true . The,



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DIRBER THEATRE
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Grand River and Drake, has
no mileage limit for its free
delivery . . . Imagine a re-
cent order going from their
locale to Seven Mile and
Gratiot . . . at no added
charge?
EACH VISIT to the
Benchmark Restaurant at
Michigan Inn on J. L. Hud-
son Dr. brings out a new
contention . . . It is not only
one of the better gourmet
dining spots around . . . but
easily among the most
warm and gracious . . . So
many many restaurants of
this type have a tendency
toward the coolness that its
employees wrongly think is
how things should be in a
high platoon dining room.
Not so the Benchmark .. .
There is no aloofness . . . No
stiffness . . . No matter-of-
fact attitudes . . . Bench-
mark is truly a very elegant
dining experience.
From our smiling person-
able waitress, Joy
Muylaert, at Benchmark
since Michigan Inn opened
in October 1974 . . . to hand-
some, efficient, tuxedoed
Michael Govan who made
our delicious bananas
flambe at tableside . . . to
tuxedoed maitre d' Mon-
sieur Joseph, whose person-
ality is a distinct pleasure
and his restaurant know-
how a great art (he tossed a
wonderful Caesar Salad for
six of the seven at our table)
. . . to courteous attentive
head busboy Ed _Cuares .. .
to smiling, congenial and
cooperative hostess Bar-
bara Davies . . . to Chef Ed
Meyers who prepared my
(Continued on Page 34)

Friday, July 11, 1981 33

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22140 WOODWIRD iust lid 9 Mile
544-7933
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GREEK, JULIENNE & TUNA
SALADS EVERYDAY

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ROILED
ITE FISH

INCLUDES 9 COURSES!

• FRUIT CUP • SOUP OR JUICE
• CHOICE OF POTATO • SALAD • VEGETABLE
• GREEK BREAD & STICKS • COFFEE OR TEA
• CHOICE OF DESSERT
Strawberry Cheesecake, Butter Pecan
Or Vanilla Ice Cream, Rice Pudding
Or Jello

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BAKED MEAT LOAF (Mon,Thuts.)
$4.75
CORNED BEEF & CABBAGEft. & 1tirs )$4.85
10 OZ. PRIME N.Y. STRIP STEAK$7.95
1 /2 BAR-B-Q FRESH CHICKEN r
$4.75
ROAST FRESH TURKEY W/Droeshog 9$4.7
BABY BEEF LIVER Whims w Was ■ $4■7
VEAL CUTLETS
$4.75
VEAL PARMESAN
.$4.50
FRESH FISH & CHIPS
CHOPPED SIRLOIN witaustwoom sum:. ■ $4.85
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF Au . a.$5.75
1/2 FRIED FRESH CHICKEN
$4.85
BAR-B-Q RIBS
$6.75.
MOUSAKA (Baked Egg Nang
$4.95

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ALL INCLUDE ABOVE LISTED 9 COURSE ITEMS!

.SERVED_ANY HOUR! ANY DAY!
'COCKTAILS BEER WINE

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•Children's Menu -• Diet Dishes • . Ala Carte Menu

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All You Can Eat
Daily Specials

MONDAY Veal Parmigiana Dinner

3.50

Choice of soup or salad, potato, vegetable, roll and butter.

3.50

TUESDAY—Fried Clams & Chips

Cole slaw and roll.

2.95

WEDNESDAY—Spaghetti Dinner

Soup or salad and roll.

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THURSDAY—•liver & Onions .....

Choice of soup or salad, potato and roll.

FRIDAY—Fish & Chips

2.96

(s)

2.95

Cole slaw and roll.

SATURDAY & SUNDAY

Fried Chicken

3.50

Choice of soup or salad, potato, vegetable, roll and butter.

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34410 FORD RD. 10 MILE and Meadowbrook

(Across from Colbourn Racquet Club)

(A&P Center) one mile W. of Haggerty Rd.

WESTLAND 728-1303

NOVI 349-2885

Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m.-11 p.m.
Sun. 7 a.m.-8 p.m.

Mon. thru Thurs. and Sat. 7 a.m.-9 p,m.
Fri. 7 a.m.-10 p.m., Sun. 7 a.m.-8 p.m.

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