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January 08, 1982 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

A determinate purpose in
life and a steady adhesion to
it through all disadvan-

tages, are indispensable
conditions of success.
—W. M. Punshon

CALL FOR PARTY PRICES

TRY THE TENDER-
LOIN tips dijon made by

342-1010

SUNDAYS NOW AVAILABLE
FOR BANQUETS & PARTIES

Up To 200 People

HUG'S BODY 811111)

WOODWARD bet. 8 & 9 MILE • Valet Parking • 399-1040

Invites You To Enjoy

PEEL & EAT

SHRIMP

ALL-YOU $ 1 1 95
CAN-EAT!

INCLUDES: SALAD, CHOICE OF DRESSING, -BAKED
IDAHO POTATO, ROLL & BUTTER

, 1)

DOUG'S NOW
OPEN SUN.

NOW APPEARING
"ACCORDING TO
JOHN/PAUL"
LENNON & McCARTNEY
REVUE

FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS

WHAT IS
S

NOT JUST ANOTHER DELI!
WE FEATURE OVER 50
TYPES OF OMELETTES!
OVER 30 KINDS OF HAMBURGERS!
LOTS & LOTS OF GREAT
DELI SANDWICHES

AND OF COURSE OUR
HOME MADE
ALL YOU CAN EAT
DAILY SPECIALS

MONDAY — VEAL PARMIGIANA DINNER
Choice of soup or salad, potato, vegetable, roll and butter
TUESDAY —FRIED CLAMS & CHIPS
Cole slaw and roll.
WEDNESDAY — SPAGHETTI DINNER
Soup or salad and roll.
THURSDAY — LIVER & ONIONS
Choice of soup or salad, potato and roll.
I FRIDAY — FISH & CHIPS
Cole slaw and roll.
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
FRIED CHICKEN
Choice of soup or salad, potato. vegetable, roll and butter.

S3.50

S3.50

S2.95

52.95

52.95

53.50

34410 FORD RD.

10 MILE and Meadowbrook

WESTLAND 728-1303

NOVI 349-2885

Across from Colliseum Racquet Club)

Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m.-11 p.m.
Sun. 7 a.m.-8 p.m.

(A & P Center)

Mon. thru Thurs. and Sat. 7 a.m.-9 p.m.
Fri. 7 a.m.-10 p.m. Sun. 7 a.m.-8 p.m.

NOW OPEN
IN SOUTHFIELD

ANOTHER SILVERMAN'S

DELTA DENTAL TOWER-14 BLDG.

ACROSS FROM MICHIGAN INN

Launce Productions, opens
Jan. 22 at Alfred's Somerset
Theater in Somerset Mall,
Troy.

and Steve's ninth wedding
anniversary . . . and Jan.
20 is Chris' birthday.

James Couzens at Greenfield

.

When once a concealment
or a deceit has been prac-
ticed in matters where all

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 30)

Al's SCOTCH 'n SIRLOIN

Please Call
For Reservations

(

Chef David Bryan at Ala
Cart Cafe in Applegate
Square, Northwestern and
Inkster.
ONE OF THE MOST di-
versified dining spots in the
northwest area is Deli
Unique on Greenfield just
north of 10 Mile.
The gourmet dishes pre-
pared by owner Matt Pre-
ntice . . . (beef Wellington,
tornedoes of beef, etc.) are
much talked-about items
. . . Somewhat forgotten by
so many except those who
know, however, are the de-
licious Jewish-style cooking
of beef flanken, short ribs,
roasted chicken, sweet and
sour stuffed cabbage, etc.
Matt has even perfected
an extraordinarily fine
chopped liver . . . thanks to
Sophie Pfeiffer,
grandmother of his fiance,
Alicia Patler . . . Sophie's
recipe with oodles of eggs
and ginger ale, has given
Matt an ultra chopped liver
at Deli Unique.
While there recently, I
had some delicious chicken
soup with kreplach and
noodles . . . very light and
tasty cheese blintzes . . .
huge, crispy potato latkes
. . . and, of course, that
chopped liver.
Matt and Alicia will be
wed in February . . . and
although a fine cook, he re-
fuses to do any at home . .
that is, as of now.
GYPSY CONCERT at
Gazebo Lounge, Mound Rd.
and 13 Mile, is set for Jan.
25 ... with Billy Rose,
Ziggy Bela, Gus Horvath,
Gypsy Emma and oodles
more making up the eve-
ning of merriment . . . Chef
Bob Szakal will cook up
plenty of Hungarian food for
the evening.
NEW OWNER of Chuck
Joseph's Place For Steak on
Grand River near Outer
Drive retains the name for
six months . . . Chuck
Joseph still owns the one on
12 Mile and Coolidge in
Berkley.
RON CODEN is at J.
Ross Browne's Whaling
Station on Van Dyke be-
tween 12 and 13 Mile
through Jan. 30.
NEW GARDEN Chinese
restaurant in A & P Shop-
ping Center, Coolidge and
Nine Mile, is the rave of
Leah and Harry Zucker
among many other folks
. . . The all-you-can-eat
buffet dinner Sundays and
Wednesdays ($5.95) . . .
and all-you-can-eat buffet
lunch Monday through Fri-
day ($3.95) have been catch-
ing on with much rapidity ;
Each have plenty of
variety . . . especially the
Sunday and Wednesday
dinners with a bevy of good
thingsto eat . . . plus soup
and egg rolls (all you want)
. . . and dishes like almond
boneless chicken, etc.

"HOW THE OTHER

Half Loves" by. Jimmy

31

should be fair and open as
day, confidence can never be
restored.

MODERN DELICATESSEN
IS ALIVE & WELL

AND STILL MAKING GENEROUS

COMIC JOEY CAMEN,

.

Friday, January 8, 1982

here recently at Comedy
Castle in Maximillian's on
Woodward, is the son of
localites Dorothy and
Hyman Camen . . . Joey
lives in Los Angeles, works
at the Comedy Store nitery,
has a program on public
television network and was
in the movie, "Hollywood
Knights. -
LEMON PEEL on
Woodward between 14 and
15 Mile in Birmingham has
14 kinds of hand-pattie
ground rounds, 17 other
sandwiches, eight salads,
about 15 omelettes, Greek
dishes, Italian dishes, veal
cutlets, white fish, etc. . . .
almost anything.
The only thing missing
was pizza . . . and now
owners John and Fran
Kales have this . . . plus
Mexican things like Nacho
Supreme (tortilla) chips
with Mexican ground beef,
melted cheese, onions,
green peppers, tomatoes
and olives), Nachos (no
meat), tortilla chips topped
with melted cheese, Nachos
and guacamole chips and
hot sauce.
The pizza at Lemon Peel
is deep dish . . . but not
with all that heavy dough.

TRAYS AT $ 3 75 per person

862-1444

3900 FENKELL

(Corner of Holmur

Inger/

TELEGRAPH AT 15 MILE • 855-3313
IN BLOOMFIELD PLAZA MALL

TRY OUR GREAT
FAMOUS OMELETTES
AND BURGERS!

— Hours —
Sunday 9 a.m.-8:30 p.m.
Mon. thru Thurs. 7 a.m.-10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 7 a.m.-11 p.m.
BAR-B-Q RIBS & CHICKEN (BBQ & ROASTED)

Also Our Variety of • Sandwiches .• Soups • Unique Salads • Fresh Fish
• Steaks • Our Famous Coney Islands • Tropical Fruit Drinks
MOS MEIN= MINIM 111•••=1111111.111111111111111111111111•1111M1

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Limit

1 coupon
per pers on

WITH THIS COUPON I
ON YOUR DINNER
1

Excluding All Sandwiches & Salads

WHEN A SECOND DINNER OF EQUAL
OR GREATER VALUE IS PURCHASED

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Offer Good Thru Jan. 15, -19821
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rWiTS-EN1011 CITIZEN DISCOUNT

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Fine Dining In The Elegant
Vineyard's Tradition

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Also Enjoy Our Fine Menu Downstairs
In The Beautiful and Intimate

Steak Bar

DANCING HAS RETURNED
TO THE ANNEX!

MEL BALL and COLOURS

NOW APPEARING

TUESDAYS THRU SATURDAYS

29230 Franklin Road

at Twelve Mile and Northwe8tern Hwy.

357-3430

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