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March 18, 1983 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-18

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44 Friday, March 18, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

PRIX-FIXE DINING

The Best of Everything)

SUNDAY-THURSDAY

the (nest:cling place

has expanded the fixed price menu
so now you can experience fine
dining Sunday through Friday

*9 95

select an appetiier, soup or
salad, choice of special
entrees and a great dessert ... all for $9.95

menu changes weekly
enjoy the choice . . . Prix Fixe at $9.95 or
entrees from our house menu that includes
fresh Dover sole to rack of Iamb

the meatinq place

Orchard Lake Road at Pontiac Trail

851-0060

NOW OPEN
SUNDAYS

.

From 2 p.m.

Daily Hours:
Mon.-Thurs. 11-11'
Fri.-Sat. til 12:30 a.m.

"Serving The Best
To the Best!"

LUNCHEON • DINNER

GREAT •

Steaks
.–Salads
• Burgers
• Nachos
• Chili
\ • Soups
• SERVICE

PARTY PLANNING?
LUSH
TROPICAL GARDEN
SETTING
FOR ALL OCCASIONS

(Continued from Page 43)
keyboard styling at Dr.
Doodles' piano bar, Grand
River and 10 /Mile . . . Wed-
nesdays through Sundays.
HARD TO IMAGINE
anyone SQ very fine and un-
sung as Billy Marr on piano
. . . with the Billy Rose
Quartet at Jakks, Green-
field and 10 Mile . . . Billy's
nimble fingers and excel-
lent execution of notes
create a beautiful tone that
many times goes unnoticed
by dancers and listeners .. .
However, those attuned to
his talents never cease to be
amazed at Billy's versatility
on the keyboard.
A former student of Mis-
cha Kottler, his fingers vir-
tually "fly" over the ivories
on anything from standards
to Latin to pops to jazz or
whatever . . . and his
classical ability is a treat
. . . Billy's "Rhapsody In
Blue" concerto is certainly
something the late George
Gershwin wouldn't be
ashamed having him play
his lnasterpiece.
Billy Marr on piano does
much-to complement the
Billy Rose Quartet at Jakks
. . . with Billy. Rose on lead
guitar and vocalizing; Rudy
Golde, bass guitar and voc-
als; and blind Billy Kalleo,
Alex's brother, on drums,
keeping solid beats . . . plus

`Costa Rica Art
Program Topic

From 30-500
Call Mary
352-8780

Private Meeting
Room Available

DIAMOND JIM BRADY'S

PRUDENTIAL TOWN CENTER

EVERGREEN AND 10 1/2 MILE
352-8780
Covered Parking ,

Mrs. Kaia Lohmann, lec-
turer at the Detroit Insti-
tute of Art, will present a
slide show at the. Oak Park
Library 7:30 p.m. Sunday.
The program, which is
sponsored by the Oak Park
Arts and Cultural Commis-
sion, will relate to the cur-
rent exhibit at the Art Insti-
tute, which is "Between
Continents, Between Seas:
Pre-Columbian Art of Costa
Rica."

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Detroit News

W.11BK-TV
AAA

LARGE PARTY ROOMS
SPECIAL PARTY PACKAGES

Party carry-out service too.

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COUPON EXPIRES 4/3/83

COUPON

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Dewey's til this Monday.

DINNER SPECIALS
7 NIGHTS A WEEK

.

THERE'S A NEW ad-
venture in dining . . at Woo
Chon on Eight Mile Rd.,
southeast corner of Lahser
. at former site of Red
B
. arn . . . It's Korean and
Mandarin cuisine .. .
opelied Jan.. 24, 1982 ..
seating 60'. . with plans of '
another small room for folks
to sit on cushions. -
If you can read Korean,
Lthere's a menu strictly in
the language ... If not, an-
3815 N. Woodward, Royal Oak, Mich.
other one is in English .. .
(Between 13 arid-14 Mile ) Li9-4002
with dishes very few people
have heard of but sound in-
teresting . . . like Bi Beam
Biqa, steamed rice. topped
with namuel (vegetables),
hot meat, fried egg and spe-
cial sauce . . . Chop Chae,
shredded vegetables
sauteed beef and mixed
vermicelli . .. or San Juk,
MON.-SAT. 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.
sliced charcoal broiled sir-
V
STUFFED
TIPPER
• STUFFED CABBAGE
loin marinated in special
sauce, interlaced with
STUFFED KISHKE • CORNED BEEF & EGGS $325 Cuiplicoluf dSeos;ip,
mushrooms, scallions, ♦ SALAMI OR BOLOGNA & EGGS
Bread & Butter
green peppers and to-
matoes.
BROILED WHITEFISH
4.25
It even has tableside
CALVES LIVER
$4.50
cooking on items like Bul-
kogi, slices of sirloin beef
BROILED VEAL WIENERSHNITZEL
$4.50
marinated in a special Ko-
BEEF
LIVER
$4.25
rean sauce . . . Bulkogi can
also be gotten charcoal
CHICKEN LIVERS w/fried onions
$4.25
broiled, but not cooked at
ABOVE INCLUDES: CUP OF SOUP,
the table . . . If ordering
this, be sure to specify mild,
COOKED VEG., BREAD & BUTTER
medium or hot.
THIS IS THE 10th year
ROAST CHICKEN
PICKLED TROUT
anniversary of Roman Ter-
Y2 Springer With Stuffing
Original Esquire's Famous
'race, Orchard Lake Rd. at
12 Mile . . . and second an-
per pers.
$ 4 25' per pers.
niversary Of McFrocks Sa- ♦
Ind. Cup of Soup & Veg.
Incl. Cup of Soup, Bread & Butter
loon:downstairs.

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N.M.

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Slavic Dancing
in Southfield

Artrain, the touring art
museum, will be in Detroit
at the SEMTA Depot,
Franklin Ave. and St. An-
toine, Thursday through
March 29 in conjunction
with, the National Art Edu-
cation Association's annual
meeting.
The museum will be open
daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Admission is free.

All's well that ends well;
still the finis is the crown.
—Shakespeare




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$425

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855-4600

Detroit Free Press

HAPPY HOUR FUN
REDUCED PRICES ON DRINKS 11:30-6 p.m:, 9 p.m.-closing



Artrain in Area _
March 24-29

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RUMPLESTILTSKIN,

NORTHWESTERN
HWY:

Consistently voted 4 \



very versatile top 40 dance
band, is at Michigan Inn's

The Southfield Cultural
Arts Division and Business
Consortium for the Arts will
Present a free evening of
Slavic folk dance 8 p.m.
Thursday in room 115 of the
Southfield Civic Center.
Performers from the
Slavic Folk Ensemble of
Oakland University will
present songs and dances
from Bulgaria, Russia, Ser-
bia, Slovakia and the Uk-
raine. The colorful ethnic
costumes worn by the group
are made 'by members and
reflect the regional dress of
each ,country represented.
For further information,
contact Marlowe Belanger,
354-4717.

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Square Deepdish Pizza




joining in the four-part
harmony.

ORIGINAL ESQUIRE

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RESTAURANT-DELICATESSEN

MILE AT LAHSER

353-4999

IN HARVARD ROW MALL

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THE CLOCK
557-4324

24818 SOUTHFIELD AT 10 MILE

I UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP

7 DAYS A WEEK — 24 HOURS

FRIED CHICKEN
FISH & CHIPS

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$3.99
$3.99

(FISH & CHIPS ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT)

• Includes: Choice of potato, cole slaw
and homemade bread

OTHER 24-HOUR SPECIALS

BAKED /2 CHICKEN
BAR-B-Q Y2 CHICKEN

Includes: Choice of pot., cole slaw
and homemade bread

$3.99
$3.99

- BREAKFAST SERVED 24 HOURS
FROM $1.09

BREAKFAST— LUNCH—DINNER
24 HOUR SERVICE

BIGGEST VALUES
ANYWHERE!

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