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August 14, 1981 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, August 14, 1981

Southfield's Newest Dining Spot

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The Bar-B-Q House

The Best of Everything

of Southfield (Former Raven Gallery)
29101 GREENFIELD ROAD (ONE BLOCK NORTH OF 12 MILE)

(Continued from Page 35)
and helping to elevate them
to top levels . . . which he
s
RIBS & CHICKEN
accomplished for Danny
BUSINESSPERSON'S
THE METRO DETROIT VIEWERS OF i
Thomas, Johnny Ray,
LUNCHEON 11-3
WJBK-TV 2 HAVE VOTED BAR-B-0
Sammy Davis Jr. among
HOUSE AS THE BEST PLACE TO EAT 1
HOURS:
IN METROPOLfrAN DETROIT
many . . . being owner-
...,)
SUN. 4 p.m. - 11 p.m. -
manager of some of the
MON.-THURS. 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
CARRY-OUTS
Pest night clubs in Detroit
FRIDAYS 11 a.m. TO 3 a.m.
and California . . . manag-
559-3570
SATURDAYS 4 p.m. TO 3 a.m.
ing the Hollywood All-Stars
baseball team (Turk was
once one of the greatest
pitchers in local softball his-
tory) . . . emceeing and stag-
ing numerous shows.
"If Turk Prujan owned
the Coliseum, he could
pack it nightly with his
RESTAURANT-LOUNGE -
friends alone," wrote Bill
474-4650
29505 W. 9 MILE RD., SW Corner Middlebelt
Kennedy in the Los
Angeles Herald-
Examiner ... Danny
Thomas said, "When God
passed the biggest heart
Includes:
out, he gave it to my
$7 9 5 I friend Turk Prujan."
Cole Slaw, Cottage Fries
With Turk at Jakks,
and Garlic Bread
people
are seeing others
Reg. Hours: Mon.-Fri. 1i to 2 a.m.
Your Host: MIKE WATZMAN .
Sat. 4 to 2 a.m.
they haven't seen in years
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. . . He's still the Pied Piper
................
as always with folks flock-
ing like in his days as night
.
.
life mayor of Detroit, Turk's
Show Bar on Woodward,
Turk's Music Bar on Gris-
wold, Angel's Hour Glass on
W. McNichols, The Bowery
in Hamtramck, Sak's Show
NON.-SAT. 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.
.
Bar (that became Leon &
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Eddies) on Woodward and
M. STUFFED KISHKE • CORNED BEEF & EGGS $325 Cup of Soup,
Bread & Butter
Virginia Park, etc. etc.
SALAMI OR BALOGNA & EGGS
Turk is at Jakks Tuesday
PICKLED TROUT . through Saturday to greet
41 ROAST CHICKEN
the many people who know
Original Esquire's Famous
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him as Herman "Turk"
Prujansky . . . as Turk Pru-
jan . . . and those who have
always wanted to know
him.
TOGA PARTY is the
newest happy hour fun time
at Dewey's in Michigan Inn,
Aug. 21, 5 to 9 ... with
plenty of ouzo, hors
d'oeuvres (including flam-
ing cheese Saganaki), music
and belly dancers . . . It'll be
sort of a pre-happening for
the hotel's Sunday Brunch
two days later 10:30 to 3:30
. . . when Greek will be its
theme . . . and regular
sumptuous fare will include
shish kebob, Greek salad,
souvlaki, moussaka and
baklava.

ONE OF THE BEST
dishes around is that Sea-
food Saute at John Laffirey's
Steak Bar . . . downstairs
from his Vineyards . . . on
Franklin and Northwest-
ern.
It's very fresh . . . made to
order . . . with crabmeat,
scallops, shrimps, mush-
rooms, celery, shallots, in a
white wine sauce and

served with a special type of
flavored rice.
Real good to see chefs like
Chris Fogo wearing hats.
Ever go to a place where a
cook brushes his hair back
and uses the same hands to
pick up your food?

FOURTH
THE
STREET Playhouse in

Royal Oak is presenting its
second season . . . giving
theater-goers new plays
which have never been seen
in the Detroit area . . . in-
cluding- original scripts and
experimental workshops.
Fourth Street Playhouse
has already received critic
acclaim and gained a pro-
fessional reputation be-
cause of its unequaled
choice of program and con-
cepts for different areas.
Shows for the new season
include . . . "Nuts," "The
Mound Builders," "Seas-
cope," "Loose Ends,"
"Habeas Corpus" and "The
Frogs."
A children's Workshop
will also be offered in the
fall with youngsters re-
ceiving instruction in
play production and
creative dramatics.
The Fourth Street
Playhouse will also have
midnight studio prod-
uctions, the only one of its
kind in the area, from 42
midnight-to 1 a.m. . . . by
people who want to try their
hand at directing or acting.
For more info on the
playhouse, call Laura
Levine-Niesen, 543-3666.
GOOD NEWS for north-
west residents . . . Chuck E.
Pizza is coming to the area
. . . Who is Chuck E.? .. .
He's a big rat . . . but a lova-
ble one who is the star of
Pizza Time Theater come-
ing to Orchard Lake and
Telegraph . . . with his ani-
mated entertainers . . . elec-
tronic games, horse and
airplane, cars, speedboats,
tiny carousel for tots and a
machine that blows up bal-
loons.
Pizza Time Theater at the
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