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September 11, 1981 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-11

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42 Friday, September 11, 151

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

[ CATER1NG)FOR ALL'
OCCASIONS

AT OUR FAMOUS LOW PRICES

French. Jewish. American, International Cuisine

1967-3999 I

Deli Unique

25290 GREENFIELD

North of TO Mile Rd.

971-1 141 1-

Salads • Quiche • Croissant Sandwiches
Soups • Breads • Pastries

Desserts • Haagen Dazs • Frostyogurt

Picnics • Special Orders • And More!

Everything Made Fresh Daily!

273 Pierce, Birmingham
(next to the Birmingham Bookstore)
645-9122

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19460 W. 10 MILE RD. (1 Blk. E. of Dermal)
352-7466
Breakfast
• Lunch • Dinner

In the Casual Elegant
Atmosphere You Want For
Gracious Enjoyable Dining

1 days a week

Enjoy Our Fine Dinner Specials .. .
Different Each Day

—Hours---

Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Sun. 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

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additional basket is 75
cents.
If you're not a Mexican
food buff, you'll probably
find the menu limited. For
starters, you can order
potato skins, beef, chicken
or veggie Nachos, Botana,
Guacamole, zucchini stix
with Mexican herbs and
spices, Crockchili and Croc-
kachowder.
"Dinners include salad,
vegetables, Spanish rice or
French fries and every meal
is served with sour cream
and guacamole.
"Tacos are tortillas filled
with shredded meat, let-
tuce, tomato and cheese.
Burritos are tortillas filled
with meat and refried be-
ans. Tostados, chimichan-
gas and quesadillas are a
variety of the same theme.
"Seafood Parmesan,
scrod, chicken saute, Polio
Con Poblanos (baked chic-
ken breast served on a bed of
Spanish rice topped with
tomato sauce and cheddar
cheese), Steak Picado
(sauteed with green pepper,
mushrooms, tomatoes and
onions) and filet mignon
with Bearnaise sauce com-
plete the dinner menu.
"On the lighter side, you
can get hamburgers and de-
sign your own fixins or try
the tuna melt, Western
beef, French dip, steak
sandwich, chef, Maurice or
spinach salad.
"Desserts are special and
include gold brick sundaes,
mud pies, sand pies and
cheese cake. For dinners
without the sweets, you pay
between $3.95 and $9.95."
IF YOUR HAVE ANY
questions regarding vita-
mins or nutrition, Joan Wit-
tenberg of Healthy Jones
will try to answer them to
the best of her knowledge
and ability.
You can hear Joan every
Monday at 1 p.m. hosting
the "Hot Line To Health"
radio show over WCAR
with some interesting
guests.

JOHNNY GUAR-
MERL, premier pianist, is

with his trio playing for din-
ing and dancing Tuesdays
through Saturdays from 7
p.m.... at Top of the Pontch.
MAIL DEPT.- ... "I re-
member my first and only
visit to the Summit Restau-
rant at Hotel Plaza in De-
cember 1979 to celebrate
the birthday of my
grandson, Robert Scott
Meltzer, who was nine years
old on Dec. 10.
"The service was excel-
lent, there were only three
or four tables- in use. The
food was, to say the least,
poor. We received a nice
birthday cake and the wait-
resses sang 'Happy Birth-
day.' The menu was 'Dog
Eared' and — all in all — if
it had not been such an
enjoyable occasion, it would
have been a complete waste.
"On Jan. 6, 1980, I sent a
letter to Wayne Shannon,
WJBK-TV 2 Troul - le Shoo-
ter. I mentioned the above
facts and also the fact that I
could very easily get lost in

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that place ... even with a
compass. Why not 'color co-
ordinate' the walkways
with the elevators?
"There are escalators,
ramps, walkways,
elevators, stairways, pools,
plants, shops, exhibits and
space, space, space. Very
impressive but, our visit
was from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
and the place was not
crowded.
"I saw only two elevators
going to the Summit Res-
taurant. These hold about
10 persons each. We had to
stand in line, with others, to
get on for the ride to the top.
Then, for the ride to the bot-
tom.
"I asked Wayne Shannon,
'What would happen while
this upper section (Summit
Restaurant and Observa-
tion Tower) was crowded —
in case of an emergency?
"I received a form letter
with a list of 'agencies
which handle the kinds of
complaints I most com-
monly receive.'
"What would you do if
someone yelled 'Fire' while
you were dining there — on
a crowded night?"

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DELICATESSEN — RESTAURANT

295:6 ORCHARD LAKE R11. lost Hulk id 13 ille • 851-5444

MON.-THURS. 8-3. FRI. & SAT. 8-10. SUN. 8-3
ALL DINNER INCLUDE: SOUP. SALAD OR VEG.. POT. & RICE PUDDING

BREAKFAST SPECIAL

Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. to 11-a.m.
• JUICE • 2 EGGS
• ROLL, BAGEL OR TOAST
• COFFEE OR TEA

$1 45

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—Frank B. Meltzer
Darbys ex deli manager

27122 ORCHARD LAKE RD...
AT 12111E OFF RI 851-4094

Open Mon. thru Sat.
11:30 a.ru.-2:30 43.M.

EARLY BIRD DINING SPECIALS

Hite Volume
Topic of Talk

Rabbi Sherwin Wine, di-
rector of the Center for New
Thinking, will deliver a talk
about the works of Shere
Hite, author of "The Hite
Report on Male Sexuality,"
10 a.m. Thursclity in the
Baldwin Library, Birming-
ham.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call the Center
for New Thinking, 546-
8928.

Ethnic Fair Set
in Ann Arbor

The ninth annual Ann
Arbor Ethnic Fair will be
held in the downtown Ann
Arbor area on Main Street
and Liberty Streets today
and Saturday.
There will be 16 different
ethnic groups who will
share their cultures,
entertainment, movies,
arts, crafts, ceremonial
events and workshops.
There also will be ethnic
food.
The fair will open at 11
a.m. each day and close at
11 p.m.

OP Civic Chorus
Season Begins

Oak Park Civic Chorus,
under the direction of
Charles Weiner, will re-
sume rehearsals for the
coming season 7:30 p.m.
Monday at Oak Park High
School.
All male and female
voices are welcome. For in-
formation, call the chorus
office 968-1074; or Ruth

Widrich. 356 - 0532.

No man is quite sane.
Each has a vein of folly in
his composition.

4-6:30 p.m. Mon. Thru Sat.

Senior Citizen Discount

1111cFROCK'S

Saloon

(Below Roman Terrace)

SUNDAY

LASAGNA, SPAGHETTI &
BABY BACK RIB DINNERS

Open for Lunch Mon -Sat. from 11:30
Open Sun. 12 noon
‘:55-3380

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DELI-RESTAURANT

TU MILE-Just-East of Evergteeo_

HOMEMADE DINNER SPECIALS
$399
MON
MEAT LOAF

TUES
BAKED CHICKEN
$4"
WED
SPAGHETTI 11/TEAT BALLS . -$3 99
THURS
SALISBURY STEAK .-... $3 99
FRI
BAKED SALMON PATTIES $499

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

$ 39 9



W V$ 59 9

COMPLETE DINNERS EVERYDAY!

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

HOLIDAY TRAYS
MEAT
$399 porporsol F..: I

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