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February 26, 1982 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-26

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RED SNAPPER

I DINNER VEGETABLE
INCLUDES: SOUP, SALAD,
OR POTATO

40 OTHER DINNER ENTREES ALSO AVAILABLE
PLUS SANDWICH MENU
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & DANCING MON.-SAT.
BANQUET FACILITIES FOR ALL PARTIES
Up To 120

23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.

353-5170

(Continued from Page 31)
ing themselves out of the
market.
Restaurateurs should
vow to keep their eating
spots neat and clean for
health purposes and to
attract customers. Dirty
restrooms are repulsive.
The same goes for unc-
lean dishes, silverware,
tables, floors and em-
ployees.
Business managers must
know how to manage people
and motivate them to do
right by the customers.
That's where the human re-
lations aspect comes in and
that's important.
On the subject of custom-
ers, it would be more fair if
they gave a new restaurant
time to settle in and get the
kinks out of the operation.
Poor service and cold food
could create a bad image but
they may be temporary. It
might be a lot better the
second time around.
So much for resolutions.
Fine dining doesn't have
to be for twilight to mid-
night anymore. Brunching
and lunching during day-
light hours can be much
more enjoyable than a quick
bagel and coffee or a corned
beef sandwich on the run.
When the Sunday mor-
nign hungries stir you
from a warm bed, you can
get the break you deserve
before starting another
week of drudgery.

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 Northwestern Hwy.

357-3430

For brunch and jazz New
Orlean's style, Eden Glen
in Troy is a fun place where
the first meal of the day may
well last far into the after-
noon. Doug Jacobs and his
Red Garter band liven
things up. Musicians set the
pace not only with authen-
tic jazz but by downing a
row of Raymos Fizzes and
other favorites from the
land of dreamy dreams.
From eggs benedict to
shrimp creole, the food is
French and hearty and the
buffet table holds bowls of
fresh fruit, pastries and lots
more to satisfy the sweet
tooth.
For your gourmet Sunday
cravings, try The Magic
Pan brunches at Somerset
Mall. Crepes benedict, eggs
Sausalito and apple crepes
are a few selections care-
fully cooked on the unique
magic pan.
Sunday brunches at
Michigan Inn in South-
field offers all you can eat
with fruit, juice, sweets and
beverages to accompany the
numerous entrees. Muffins,
bagels and sweet rolls
abound.
Ala Cart Cafe in
Applegate Square features
"chef's famous Sunday
brunch." We haven't tried it
but if it's as tasty as the
lunches in this popular spot
on Northwestern and Inks-
ter, brunch has to be a win-
ner.
Among our favorites at
Ala Cart is a double-cheese
spinach omelette with Mor-
nay sauce. Another is
Chevette Salade with
shrimp and pineapple on a
bed of lettuce which looks as
appetizing as it tastes. An-
other good lunch bet is Jive
Turkey — sliced turkey and
avacado with swiss cheese
topped with Hollandaise
sauce. The specialty drinks
with or without liquor are
unique and delicious, espe-
cially the frothy ones made
with ice cream.
Diggers on Grand River
in Farmington Hills has the
kind of relaxed atmosphere
that makes you feel right at
home and revel in a long,
leisurely lunch. We enjoyed
a crock of Charley's chow-
der, tender crab legs and a
wonderfully tasty hot apple
mountain with ice cream,
just the right spices, whip-
ped cream and a flaky crust.
It was indulgent but the
lunch at Diggers swings it
for the whole day.
Darlin' Lilly's on Or-
chard Lake in Farmington
Hills has a variety of good
munchies for lunchers. If
you go for Mexican food, the
Nachos Supremos will
tickle your palate. The
ground rounds come any
way you like them with
French fries or fresh veget-
ables and Lilly's famous dip.
Omelettes and salads make
good lunching at Lilly's.
Diamond Jim Brady's
in Prudential Town Center
may not come up to the orig-
inal on Seven Mile in De-
troit. But the shrimp salad
and quiches are a good
lunch bet.
(Continued on Page 33)

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Detroit News
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Dinirg

Locale N. 1
11125 CONANT, Cor. McNochols

892-9001

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14156 E. 12 Mile, Warren

777.3400

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819130 Old 13 Mile Rd.

1 Mk. E. Yee Byte, 1 5I S. 13 Le

574-9200

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24912 N. CHRYSLER DR. (1-75 at 10 Mile) /

Hazel Park

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

N._

542-9196

FOR 25 TO 300
• Anniversaries • Bar Mitzvas • All Parties • Showers
• Banquets
• Bat Mitzvas • Reunions • Weddings
(OPEN MON. THRU SAT. . . . Featuring Fine Steak, Noble Wines,
Casual Elegance & House Specialties Including Fresh Fish

BARBARA PAUL & MUSIC UNLIMITED

FOR LISTENING & DANCING TUES. THRU SAT.
GOURMET
FREE

SALAD BAR

SHRIMP COCKTAIL
WITH ALL DINNERS
AND THIS AD

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27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.,
AT 12 MILE OFF N
851-4094

Open Mon. thru Sat.
11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

EARLY BIRD DINING SPECIALS

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

Senior

Citizen Discount

cFROCK'S

Saloon

(Below Roman Terrace)

SUNDAY

LASAGNA, SPAGHETTI &
BABY BACK RIB DINNERS

Open for Lunch Mon.-Sat. from 11:30
855-3860
Open Sun. 4 p.m.

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5 DAYS ONLY—FEB. 26, 21, MAR. 2, 31:4
FRI., SAT., 115., WED., THURS. — 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m..

HOT BEEF
SANDWICH $
INCL.: CUP OF COLE SLAW,

98

N.

POT. & GRAVY, BREAD BASKET

Carry-out

SUPER DINNER SPECIAL
1 WEEK ONLY—FEB. 26 THRU MAR. 4

BROILED WHITEFISH

INCLUDES: COLE SLAW OR SALAD, so
POT. OR VEG., BREAD BASKET carrY-nut

$A68

BREAKFAST FEATURE-1 WEEK ONLY—FEB, 26 THR MAR. 4

Mon.-Sat. 6 a.m. to 11 a.m., Sun. 6 a.m.-10 a.m.

MUSHROOM OMELETTE

No $1148

BAGEL, ROLL OR TOAST
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