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August 28, 1981 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

I

Specializing in Authentic
Italian-American Dining
Lunches and Dinners

°pan Sundays, 2 to 9:30 —Cloud

PAGil

EXCELLENT BANQUET
FACILITIES

43 rco's

7225 W, McNichols (6, biks. W. of LivornoIs) UN 2-6455

SERVING GREAT MEXICAN &
AMERICAN FOOD

LUNCHES & DINNER

HAPPY HOUR

4 to 7

p.m. to 1 a.m.
&1111 ON.-FRI.

4616 N. WOODWARD 1% blks s. of 14 MILE

549-2323

Royal Oak

the
roman
leriwee

27877 (IRCNARD LAKE RD.
AT 12 MILE OFF 696 851-4094

Open Mon. thru Sat.
1 1:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

HOMEMADE
ITALIAN CUISINE

McFROCK'S

Saloon

(Below Roman Terrace)

SUNDAY

LASAGNA and SPAGHETTI
SPECIAL DINNERS

Open for Lunch Mon.-Sat. from 11:30
Open Sun. 4 p.m.

DELI-RESTAURANT

III MILE lost East of Evergreen

HOMEMADE DINNER SPECIALS

MON

MEAT LOAF
. $3 99
BAKED CHICKEN . . . . . $499
WED
SPAGHETTI W/MEAT BALLS . $ 399
THURS
SALISBURY STEAK ... • $3 99
F R I
BAKED SALMON PATTIES $4 99

TUES

EACH INCLUDES: VEG., POT., SOUP OR SALAD, BREAD &
BUTTER, BEVERAGE.
-

$

3 9 9

$499 $599

COMPLETE DINNERS EVERYDAY!

HOMEMADE CREAM PIES, CHEESECAKES, TORTES
AND HAAGEN-DAZS ICE CREAM

HOLIDAY TRAYS
MEAT .. • •
3 99 per person
DAIRY . . . . . .$5 99 per person

11 • $

FRESH
FRUIT
DAILY

VOTED NO. 1
SQUARE
PIZZA
By

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 36)
10 Mile, for listening and
dancing . . . four musicians
plus guy and gal singers.
IF YOU AREN'T on a
diet and want a nice malted
milk-like or milk shake-like
drink . . . try the newest
sensation . . . only 34 proof
. . . Bailey's Irish Cream
Liqueur . . . Goes so fast
that state of Michigan LCC
has trouble stocking it we're
told.
MAIL DEPT. . . . "Re-
cently, you asked why coffee
companies don't teach wait-
persons how to make their
brand of coffee. I can't speak
for other companies but I
can tell you that we at
Superior Coffee take pride
in our product and do teach
end users how to brew a fine
cup of coffee."
Gary L. Lichtman
Regional Vice President
Douwe Egberts
Superior Co
EVERY TUESDAY is
open mike night. . . and
headliners on Wednesday
through Saturday . . . at
Comedy Castle, downstairs
at Maximilian's on Wood-
ward in Royal Oak.
CAROLYN KRIEGER
writes . . . "By 5:30 a.m., it
was standing room only re-
cently as they gathered in
the lobby of the Michigan
Inn. The occasion? The
royal marriage of Prince
Charles and Lady Diana. In
all, 72 people woke before
the sun to watch the wed-
ding on a big screen color
television at the hotel.
"The Michigan Inn's
Royal Tea Party included
tea, crumpets and Scotch
eggs (hard boiled eggs
wrapped in sausage, then
rolled in bread crumbs and
deep fried) . . . After 7 a.m.,
many guests toasted the
royal couple with cham-
pagne."
TURK PRUJANSKY at
Jakks, Greenfield and 10
Mile, is looking for his first
sweetheart ... Her name
was Esther Greenberg and
she is now living in Pontiac
. . . Their "love affair" was
over 50 years ago . . . He was
19 and she was 18.
CHUCK E. CHEESE
and his friends arrived with
excitement at the second
Pizza Time, Theater locale
. . . on Orchard Lake near
Telegraph . . . Already,
many groups have reserved
space at Chuck E. Cheese's
Pizza Time Theater to
celebrate birthdays, group
outings, and team celebra-
tions.
BULLETZ, a five-
member dance band, opens
at Dewey's in Michigan Inn
this Monday . . . appearing
weekly through Saturdays.
NATHAN AND IDA
Handwerker, owners of
Nathan's Famous in New
York, recently put on a 65th
anniversary party for mar-
ried couples celebrating
their 65th anniversary .. .
with their Times Square
•unit the site for the couples
and their families . . . Back
in 1916, Nathan and Ida
opened a frankfurter stand
in the Coney Island sector of
Brooklyn . . . It has today

grown to 50 units around
the nation.
JOHNNY - GUAR-
NIERI, an autumn regular
at Chuck Muer's Top of the
Pontch for the past three
years, returns for a six-
week stand at the skyline
night spot Sept. 8.
Guarnieri will play for
dining and dancing Tues-
days through Saturdays be-
ginning at 7 p.m. . . . Join-
ing him will be Jerry
McKenzie on drums and
Danny Jordan on bass.
Guarnieri got his big
break when he joined the
Benny Goodman Orchestra
. . . He later played with the
Jimmy Dorsey band and
pioneered jazz on
harpsichord with Arte
Shaw's Grammercy Five .. .
He's composed more than
3,500 songs from classical to
pop.
A de facto graduate of the
Fats Waller school of stride
piano, Guarnieri impro-
vises on the sound, dropping
into and out of 5/4 time,
playing jazz in a 3/4 waltz
meter and generally having
a ball with a selection of
songs that goes from the
"Maple Leaf Rag" of the
1890s to modern ballads.
FRANK B. MELTZER
writes . . . "You mentioned
that you do not know where
you can get a good 'Pecan
Waffle.' Therefore, I am
sending you a menu from
the Waffle House located at
28505 Northwestern Hwy.
at Beck Rd. opposite Ark W.
Lanes Bowling and next to
Victoria Station.
"It is a good place for
breakfast and a fast snack.
The service is generally
very good and the present
manager is a gentleman
named Ed Lymperis, former
owner and operator of the
Palmer House Restaurants.
"The employees make it a
'family affair.' Ed's daugh-

Friday, August 28, 1981 37

Detroit Free Press
Detroit News
AAA Motor News

Carry-oert

or
Dining

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892-9001

Carry-Out Only Locale
1.156 E. 12 Mile, Warren
'777-3400

Locale No. 2
8100 Old n Mile Rd.

1 Ylk. E. va Dyke, 1 Mrh. S. 13 Mile

574-9200

URK 1

AMERICA'S
HOST FROM
COAST TO COAST Is Now At

JAKKS

Restaurant & Lounge

Tuesdays thru Saturdays

WATCH MAJOR SPORTS
ON OUR GIANT TV SCREEN
PT. 13
STARTING SEPT. 7 OPEN S SUNDAYS

967-3922

GREENFIELD & 10 MILE






• Bat Mitzvas
Bar Mitzvas
Anniversaries
• Weddings
• Reunions
Meetings
• Banquets
Showers
• All Occasions

Membership or
Sponsorship Needed
Call for
Further Details

646-8990

(Continued on Page 38)

SALADS
SOUPS
QUICHE
BREADS
PASTRIES
CROISSANT •
SANDWICHES

PICNICS
SPECIAL
ORDERS
DESSERTS
HAAGEN DAZS
FROSTYOGURT

EVERYTHING MADE FRESH DAILY!

Mt ft,.

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Open 7 days a week 8:30 am to 9:00 , pm

273 Pierce, Birmingham

(next to the Birmingham Bookstore)

645-9122

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