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October 02, 1981 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, October 2, 1981

FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS

WE ARE NOW OPEN
7 DAYS A WEEK

— Also —

"STRINGS" — STROLLING VIOLINS ON SAT. EVE

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70 4421

DETROIT

Italian-American Dining At It's Finest

Valet
Parking

4222 Second Blvd.
Bet. Willis & Canfield

833-9425

RD CEDARS

Chef's Specials

8;

Served Mon. thru Sat. Nights

`'1=' a.,

NEW
YORK STEAK
ON A SIZZLING PLATTER

Or

BROILED FLORIDA

RED SNAPPER

95

40

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

UVE ENTERTAINMENT & DANCING WC MAU SAT.

I SANDWICH MENU AVAILABLE'

23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.

353-5110

(Continued from Page 35)

the original Russian ver-
sion of "Those Were The
Days. -
Call Hecky Kasle
for info or tic-
S5I - 3 136
kets
The Balalaika I remem-
bered by many as the back-
ground music for Dr.
Zhivagm is a primitive Rus-
sian folk instrument,
played with fingers only, in
tones similar to the guitar.
THE LOVING CUP con-
tinues to bring in its flocks
of fans at Carl's Kansas City
Steak House. Monday
through Saturday with
songstress Marlene Hill ..
on E. 14 Mile in Madison
Heights.
OCT. 17 WILL BE first
anniversary of Sila Pizzeria
on W. 12 Mile Rd. and
Greenfield .. a family af-
. for owners Mike
fair-
and Al • Bsharah ... plus sis-
ter Vi Clara.
Mabel Deering, with Sila
Pizzeria since across the
street in 1963, is still there
doing managerial chores
and fine young girls like
Debbie Ann Stephens are

among the congenial and
smiling waitresses.

Mike and Al are good res-
taurant men . . . They sold
all five of their Big Boys be-

cause of help problems ..
not being able to find people
to run them properly ...
and are now concentratini

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other news claim
they're #1
BUT
THERE'S ONLY

ONE

Jewish News

Send a gift to a friend
or relative TODAY and keep them
abreast of happenings
here, there and everywhere

THE JEWISH NEWS

17515 W. 9 Mile Rd.
Suite 865
Southfield, Mich. 48075

Gentlemen:
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their efforts solely on Sila.

WATCHING PEOPLE

Detroit Free Press
By
Detroit News
AAA Motor News

EAT...

Rushing

like they're
double-parked outside ..
Looking both ways every
few forkfuls to make sure
people don't see their bad

manners

...

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'B uddy's

Picking

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fingernails with their forks
Talking to the waitress
.
with a mouthful of food .. .

LENDRE PAXTON and

574-9200

643-8865

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TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY — Chef's Steak Nights

Char -broiled strips of steak served with Sauteed
Mushrooms over Toast Points. Large Dinner
Salad. Bread Basket. Whipped Butter and Baked
Bread .

„.

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Lasagna — All you can eat, complete dinner
Large Dinner Salad. Bread Basket. Whipped But -
ter. Homemade Baked Garlic Bread .

$ 59

All the fish and chips you can eat

$ 4 9 5

75U 3

THURSDAY — Italian Night

FRIDAY — Fish Fry Night

5

ribilfi'S
BODY SHOP
norm) 8 & I MU •

blot Ming • 1311-1.61
It
INVITES YOU TO ENJOY OUR

FALL SPECIAL
TUES. THRU SAT.

ALASKAN KING
CRAB LEGS

ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT

$ 1 1 95

Includes: Salad, Choice of Dressing, Baked
Idaho Potato, Roll & Butter

Please Call For Reservations

But

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Fri. & Sat.
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CLUB WEL, OCT. 1 at 3 p.m. KB FM., KT. 9 et 1 Lie.

BROILED
WHITE FISH
INCL: SALAD, VEGETABLE, POTATO,

"For years, it was
tough for the eating spot
to accommodate
everyone who wanted to
dine on such goodies as
boneless chicken a la
Chantilly, roast duckling
or roulades of veal in
white wine to name a few.
But it was worth the wait.

(Continued on Page 37)

777-3400

SOMERSET MALL

MYSTERY
THE
MUNCHER WRITER .. .

The Vineyards has
changed hands more than
once and is now owned by
the popular John Laffrey,
specializing in tasty, juicy
steaks.
"Do you remember the
Atrium on Telegraph in
Bingham Farms sur-
rounded by a sky-topped
courtyard garden of trees,
mini-waterfalls, ponds and
redwood walkways?
"The surroundings ha-
ven't changed but the name
and the owners have and so
has the decor. The plush,
apricot velvet trappings
have given way to black and
gold in the sophisticated,

I Ilk I hap* I ■

MONDAY — Barbecued Chicken Night
All the baked barbecued chicken you can con-
sume. Served with Kitchen Fries. Cole Slaw,
Bread Basket. Whipped Butter and Baked Loaf of
Bread .

her quartet, along with Des-
tination Love, will headline
the Plymouth Hilton's
Entertainment Festival '81
this Sunday . . . when the
Inn celebrates its sixth an-
niversary along with its
first Entertainment "Blow-
out."

"A friend of ours, who's a
history buff and collector,
came across a May 1975 edi-
tion ofSouthfield Magazine.
"You wouldn't consider
the publication an antique
collector's item or an histor-
the restaurant
ical find.
section indicates that much )
has changed in the short
span of just over six years.
And even the magazine is
obsolete.
The cover depicts Fred
Graczyk's Vineyards on
Franklin Road, touted as
Michigan landmark for 40
years and nationally
famous for its excellent
food, atmosphere and serv-
ice.

locale No. 2
1110 011 13 Mile RI

Car()-00 DO locals
11156 ( 12 Mil e Were



Using one hand and blow-
ing their nose with the other
... Looking around, then
pouring coffee into a saucer

and lifting it to their
mouths in a hum•.
Pouring catsup on every-
thing — even the bread .
Using a knife and fork like
chopsticks in two hands t the
popular European way of
dining is with a knife and
fork, but with finesse, not
like a couple of bulldozer
scoops.) ... Two people put-
ting dish in center and both
eating from the one serving
. Shoving food onto forks
with the hand ... The quiet
burp . . . after all, if it's okay
in China, they say, why not
here?

11 kIlickol:

(1123 GONNA,
1"le .

BREAD BASKET & BUTTER

$449

BREAKFAST SPECIALS

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Sa. I a.m. to TO LK
FRI., SAT., SUN., TUES. AND M. TH. 3

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BEEF
BAGEL, ROLL OR TOAST

With One Efg

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SEE WHY WE ARE NO. 1 IN METROPOLITAN DETROIT '

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