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August 14, 1981 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

VOTED NO. al
SQUARE PIZZA

(T he Best of Everything )

SERVING GREAT MEXICAN &
AMERICAN FOOD

LUNCHES & DINNER

I HAPPY HOUR

4 to 7 & 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.

MON.-FRI.

4616 N. WOODWARD 1 1/2 blks. s. of 14 MILE

Royal Oak

549-2323

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SUMMER SPECIALS

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL

4 to 6 p.m.

Mon. thru Sat.

COMPLETE DINNER

$ 5 9 5

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INCLUDES; soup,
salad, entree, veg.,
frozen yogurt dessert,
coffee or tea

■ 1•11•Mil

SUNDAY BRUNCH SPECIAL

11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT
$795
95

Adults

CHILDREN FREE

under 10 years of age
All Natural Gourmet Hot and Cold Buffet

2 9221 NORTHWESTERN HWY • N. of 12 Mile Rd. • SOUTHFIELDA

TELEPHONE: (313) 353-7766

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(Continued from Page 36)
former 350-seater Federico
Fettucini site opens Aug. 26
. . . with total seating at 550
with an addition . . . pre-
sented by Mike Ilitch.
Mike is owner of the Lit-
tle Caesars 230-unit pizza
chain and the franchisee
who will be operating the
Pizza Time Theater in Syl-
van Lake . . . The first Pizza
Time Theater in Michigan
is located in Westland on
Wayne Rd. and Cherry Hill
and operated by Mike who is
the sole franchisee for the
state of Michigan . . . He ex-
pects to have four more by
December.
Pizza Time Theater is a
unique family entertain-
ment center which com-
bines a system of three-
dimensional, computer-
operated characters
(such as the rat, Chuck E.
Cheese) with a quality
pizza restaurant and
token-operated games
. . . Besides pizza, there's
a salad bar and make-
your-own ice cream sun-
dae bar . . . Group tours
and birthday party
packages are part of the
entertainment offered at
Pizza Time Theater.
Chuck E. Cheese, Mr.
Munch, Pasqually, Jasper
T. Jowls and all the rest of
the three-dimensional
characters perform on stage
in the central dining area
.. . operated by a
trademarked computer sys-
tem called Cyberamics in-
vented by Bushnell . . .
The characters perform
2 1/2-minute skits every eight
minutes.
"The Big Cheese" (Chuck
E. Cheese) is a tough New
Jersey rat who "owns" Pizza
Time Theater and throws
funny insults to the other
characters . . . He is very
concerned about bringing in
quality entertainment and
becomes upset when Jasper
T. Jowls, the banjo playing
dog, falls asleep or Italian
chef Pasqually sings opera
off-key.
The Cabaret Lounge fea-
tures Dolli Dimples nightly
. . . She is a curly-haired
hippopotamus with a Della
Reese-like voice who sings
old standards and show
tunes at a piano bar . . .
While parents alp enjoying
Dolli, the kids can be in the
game room playing any one

of 50 kiddie rides or
amusement devices oper-
ated by special tokens re-
ceived with pizza purchases.
Other features of Mike Il-
litch's fun-filled Pizza 'time
Theater are a large "cheese"
maze for children to crawl
through and Jasper T.
Jowls' general store which
carries Chuck E. Cheese
merchandise ranging from
yo-yos to dolls to T-shirts.
Chuck E. Cheese is a
character the kids love.
RECENTLY RE-
TURNED from a jet-junket
to the famed Montreux Jazz
Festival in Switzerland,
Larry Nozero Quartet at
Excalibur, Northwestern
and Franklin at 12 Mile,
has discovered that its
legion of fans continues to
grow . . . and their current
LP recording "Island Fever"
has done much in spreading
Larry's and the group's
musical appeal.

ROCKY'S
Restaurant & Pizzeria -

10511 W. 1 MILE RD.

AT MENDOTA

SERVING THE
BEST FOOD
IN TOWN

THE PRICE IS RIGHT
IT PAYS TO COME
OVER!

864-8553

Friday, August 14, 1981 37

Detroit Free Press By
Detroit News
AAA Motor News



caffriBuddy's Pizza

Dining

Locale No. 1
17125 CONANT, Cor. McNichols

892-9001

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

777.3400

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Locale No. 2
8180 Old 13 Mile Rd.

wk. E. y& OrMe 1 lw s.13 ice

,

.

574-9200 .

COOL-9

RESTAURANT-DELICATESSEN

(Formerly Esquire Two)

Oak Park

22110 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE
In A & P Shopping Center

399-4440
LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS
11 a.m. to 9 p.m. — 7 DAYS A WEEK

STUFFED CABBAGE OR PEPPER
BOILED BEEF FLANKER

1.50
$3.95
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
$3.95
$3.75
$4.25

BABY BEEF LIVER w/Grilled Onions
ROAST FRESH TONGUE w/Brown Gravy
CHOPPED SIRLOIN STEAK w/Onion Gravy
BREADED VEAL CUTLETS w/Brown Gravy
BRAISED SHORT RIBS OF BEEF
1/2 BAR-1341 CHICKEN
BOILED CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE
ALL ABOVE INCLUDE: VEGETABLE, POTATO,
CHOICE OF COLE SLAW, APPLESAUCE OR COTTAGE
CHEESE, AND BREAD & BUTTER

COMPLETE

CARRY-OUT

TRAY ,SAA TERING
LL
OCCASIONS

In The Beautiful and Intimate

PLO Attacks
Christian Militia

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
most serious breach of the
cease-fire on the Lebanese
border was reported Satur-
day when Palestinians tried
to storm a position held by
Maj. Saad Haddad's Chris-
tian militia in south Leba-
non.
• Last week, Israel denied
Palestine Liberation
Organization reports that
Israeli gunboats had shelled
Palestinian camps in south-
ern Lebanon. A spokesman
said • that Israel was
"scrupulously observing"
the cease-fire.

I

1.

Including . . . Spinach Salad,
Seafood Saute, Fresh
Chicken Saute, Etc.

29230 Franklin Road

at Twelve Mile and Northwestern Hwy.

357-3430

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