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July 17, 1981 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34 Friday, July 11, 1981

I

nt) CEDARs

(T he Best of Everything

Chef's Specials

% ,
Qlag Vap't
Served Mon. thru Sat. Nights ' (% 0E)



NEW YORK STEAK

ON A SIZZLING PLATTER

95

BROILED °FLORIDA

RED SNAPPER

COMPLETE DINNER INCLUDES: SOUP, SALAD,
'VEGETABLE OR POTATO
40 OTHER ENTREE ITEMS ALSO AVAILABLE

UVE ENTERTAINMENT & DANCING MON. THRU SAT.

SANDWICH MENU AVAILABLE1

353-5110

23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.

MO

III IN ND Ile

MI eel 111111 1111

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1
HJ RESTAURANT
Delicious Strawberry Fling I
Reg. $1.95
Only $1 with Coupon

Good thru July 23, 1981
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11.
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I els

SUNDAY
BRUNCH

11 a.m. to 3 m.
d

Variety of hot & col items,
Variety
juices, fruits, bagels, cheese,
scrambled eggs, potato pan-
cakes, fish, seafood, chicken,
salads, - casseroles, desserts,
etc., etc., etc. $7
95

as I. N.

HJ VITAMIN CENTER I
10°/0 Off
II Vitamin or Cosmetic I
I Purchase with Coupon I

I

Good thiu July 23, 1981

Lunch and Dinner

I

1

11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
14 .
Natural Gourmet
HJ GROCERY
Foods ... Spe-
Niiplack Millers Bran I
cializing in Fish, I 2 lb. size — Reg. $1.85 I
Seafood, Salads,
Only '1.55 with coupon I
Vegetarian dishes I • Good thru July 23, 1981
From $3 • esimelognmmingo

HEALTHY JONES

29221 NORTHWESTERN HWY • N. of 12 Mile Rd. • SOUTHFIELO

A A.. •

TELEPHONE: (313) 353-7766

-4.1116.

352-7060

Mes.-Sat.
11-8
t See.
9-8

qlt.P DLE A T BL DINNER SPECIALS

s

410

BRAISED SHORT RIBS
$399
TURKEY DINNER W/KASHA
CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE
BROILED FILLET OF SOLE
BROILED LIVER & ONIONS
$
BAR-B-Q CHICKEN

BAR-B-Q SPARE RIBS
$5 99
BROILED WHITE FISH FILLET
BROILED DELMONICO STEAK
ALL ABOVE INCLUDE: VEG., POT., SOUP, SALAD
AFTER 5 p.m.
AND BEVERAGE
WE CARRY HAAGEN DAZ ICE CREAM
SENIOR CIT.
TRAYS
BAGELS,
DISCOUNT
1
451 MEAT • 29 1/2 doz.
Mon.-Fri.
3-5
$249 doz.
$659 DAIRY

499

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(Continued from Page 33)
very fine Veal Oscar . . . the
Benchmark is not just an
elegant eating place, it's a
teamwork effort of excel-
lence.
Everyone else had
chateaubriand . . . Judge
Norman and Helen Feder,
Judge George Brody, Burt
and Jean Markowitz and
wife Frieda . . . with each
piece of the gorgeous ten-
derloin cooked to perfection
. . . delicately sliced by
Michael.
Only four words can de-
scribe the Benchmark's co-
veted identity . . . quality in
every way.
ONLY PLACE in the
area to get Chicken Pic-
cante or Chicken Scallopini
is Como's, Woodward and
Nine Mile.
GOOD WAITRESS
DEPT
Sheri Farkas .. .
at The Deli Place in Tally
Hall, Orchard Lake Rd. and
14 Mile . . . smiling, person-
able and efficient.
LUNCH AT Standard
Club North on Northwest-
ern begins July 27 . . . with
dinner added as of Aug. 12
. . . Chef at the private spot
is Steve Romanik . (It's
the former Oscar's site.)
PHIL RONGO IS the
first restaurant owner to
begin thinking more about
senior citizens . . . His
Spaghetti Co. Etc. on
Middlebelt and Plymouth at
end of Wonderland Shop-
ping Center, Livonia, now
treats the seniors as it
would a retirement pro-
gram . . . and there are no
certain times . . . The dis-
count is good seven days a
week, morning, noon or
night . . . People 62 to 64 get
15 percent off all food .. .
and folks 65 and over re-
ceive 25 percent off all food.
Also, even though food
costs have increased, Phil's
prices remain low.
About the very popular
"bread sticks" at Spaghetti
Co. Etc. .. They're made in
the spot's kitchen : . . and
look more like little loaves
of bread . . . People buy
them galore to eat in and to
take home . . . Folks come
from all over just for the
"bread sticks" . . . no
preservatives or food color-
ing . . . made with kosher
salt . . . Many are sold not
baked . . . Customers take
them home and put in the
oven pre-heated at 325 de-

THE
PERFECT
BLEND

In The Heritage Bldg.

NORTHWESTERN AT EVERGREEN

NOW AVAILABLE FOR
PRIVATE PARTIES
SATURDAYS TIL 6 p.m.
SUNDAYS TIL 2 a.m.

UP TO 150

• Bar Mitzvas • Showers
• Sweet Sixteens
• Disco Parties
• All Occasions

ASK FOR BETTY
353-4010

grees . . . then 10 minutes at
400 degrees . . . Because of
no preservatives, if baked,
they should be eaten the
same day to get true fresh
flavor.
Spaghetti Co. Etc. goes
through about 8,000 "bread
sticks" a week.
The senior citizens dis-
count is for carry-out also
. . . even those luscious long,
flat and wide "bread sticks"
that are not found any-
where else.
THERE ARE TWO new
looks at Pickle Barrel Deli
in Evergreen Plaza, 12 Mile
and Evergreen . . . Jack
Baiter, owner with Al
Winkler and the remodel-
ing program.
Jack's mustache of 25
years is gone . . . also the
wall separation for in and
out . . . making it a wide
open good looking foyer .. .
Even the choo choo train
wallpaper has been re-
placed . . . And the large
mural on one of the walls is
a French scene . . . with a
12th St. sign (12th never
looked so good!)
Pickle Barrel has a
unique employee setup .. .
Many of the people working
there are related to each
other.

IN ADDITION TO the
regular elaborate Sunday
brunch put on by Michigan
Inn . . . something new has
been added . . . called
"Summer of Ethnic De-
lights" . . . featuring a
different national theme
each week . . . with guests
experiencing the sights,
sounds and culinary spe-
cialities of far away lands.
Each week, the lobby
gazebo display outside the
Coffee Garden is changed to
reflect the coming Sunday's
ethnic motif . . . The first
one, July 12, was French .. .
This Sunday is Mexican .. .
followed by a simulated
Royal Wedding Brunch
° honoring Prince Charles
and Lady Diana of Great
Britain . . . then Italian,
Oriental, German, Greek,
Hawaiian, Cajun (Southern
creole), Jewish and ending
Sept. 20 with what should
be a really big close, "Those
Fabulous '50s."
Brunch hours are 10:30
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. . . . with
reservations requested but
not required . . . If more info
is needed, call Carolyn
Krieger, 559-6500, ext.
7471.
There's also a chance for
someone to win two free tic-
kets to Super Bowl XVI
being held Jan. 24, 1982, at
the Pontiac Silverdome .. .
Each Sunday, brunch
guests are given Super Bowl
entry blanks to fill out and
leave with the cashier .. .
On Sept. 20 the winner will
be drawn.
BUDDY RICH and his
orchestra pound into town
this Monday for Chuck
Muer's P'Jazz . . . while
Alexander Zonjic and his
flute cross the river from
Windsor to play Wednesday
. . . on the poolside terrace
at Hotel Pontchartrain.

Trust him with little, when he has proved you,
who, without proofs, trusts with nothing.
—Lavater
you with everything, or

Italian-American Dining At It's Finest

EXCELLENT BANQUET FACILITIES
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
CALL 832-6464

Tues.-Fri. 11:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Sat. 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Sun. 2 p.m. to 1 a.m.

DETROIT

Valet
Parking

4222 Second Blvd.
Bet. Willis & Canfield

833-9425

JAKKS

RESTAURANT and LOUNGE

25234 GREENFIELD AT 10 MILE987-3922

"Where Dining Is An Enjoyment"

COUPLES NITES NOW TUES., WED. & THURS.!
50% OFF FOR HIS DATE!

Expires 8-31-81
DINNER ONLY WITH 1 FULL PRICE
EARLY BIRD SPECIALS MON. THRU FRI. 4 to 7 p.m.
MON. RITE SING-A-LONG • DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS

CATERING FOR ALL
OCCASIONS

AT OUR FAMOUS LOW PRICES

French, Jewish, American, International Cuisine

1967-3999

Deli Unique

25290 GREENFIELD

North of TO Mile 111.1}

VOTED NO. 1
SQUARE PIZZA

Detroit Free Press BY
Detroit News
AAA Motor News

carzce Buddy's Pizza

Dialog

locale No. 1
17125 COKANT, Car. McNichols
892-9001

Carry-Out Oily Locale
14156 E. 12 Mile, Warred
777.3400

Locale No. 2

8100 Old 13 Mile Rd.

1 klk. E. Mae Dyke, 1 III. S.13 ktile

374-9200 .

very Friday
we show off
our legs.

Our
Fabulous Friday
Fish Feast

is simply swimming
with exquisite ocean
entrees! Indulge in our
"all you can eat"
buffet every Friday
from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Adults $9.95. Children under
12 $6.95. For reservations
call 559-6500 and ask for
the Coffee Garden

16400 J.L. Hudson Drive
Southfield, Michigan

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