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June 10, 1983 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-10

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32 Friday, June 10, 1963

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

(The Best of Everything

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DINNER SPECIALS
7 NIGHTS A WEEK

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3815 N. Woodward, Royal Oak, Mich.

(Between 13 and 14 Mile) Li9-4002 .

f-.wtrir/
19460 W..10 MILE RD. (1 BIk. E. of Evergreen)
352-7466

• OFFERS YOU
DIFFERENT DINNER SPECIALS
EVERY EVENING

7 DAYS A WEEK
We Feature:
•Low Prices
•High Quality
•A-1 Cleanliness
•Gracious Dining
• Excellent Service



THE
PERFECT
BLEND

AT OUR FAMOUS LOW PRICES
THE THING THAT
brought George Golematis
French, Jewish, American, International Cuisine
so much note at his little 35
seater on Greenfield and
Lincoln . . . counterside din-
ing . . . won't be missing
when he opens his second
spot at the former
Tweeney's in Birmingham
25290 GREENFIELD North of 10 Mile Rd.
967-3999
. . . George will do his cook-
ing of Steak Diane, etc. in
asomatammemaii alt dm we • as • No • 1
full view . . . from behind a
COUPON I
counter without seats.
P'JAZZ on the poolside
0 0
terrace at Hotel Pontchart-
rain officially kicked off
Wednesday at a private
cocktail party . . . and
Woody Herman . . . wind-
ing up Sept. 4 with concerts
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
joining the Montreux Jazz
Festival.
Expires 6/30/83
With This COLIpon
JN
P'Jazz, which is "Pontch"
and "jazz" squeezed to-
gether, is the brainchild of
24912 N. CHRYSLER DR. (1-75 at 10 Mile)
I
Chuck Muer, restaurateur
Hazel
Park
542-9196
I
and jazz lover . . . started
back in the late '60s when ,
ALEX KALLEO TRIO . . . Tues. Thru Sat. !
he initiated jazz entertain-
ment for his Sunday after-
noon brunch at Top of the
Pontch . . . Chuck then
moved his jazz perform-
ances to the poolside terrace
and in 1972, P'Jazz became
official name for the event
that is now synonymous
27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
with good music and good
- AT 12 MILE OFF MB 851-4094
times.
Open Mon. thru Sat.
From an eight-show sea-
1 1:30 a.m,.-2:30 a.m.
son with mostly local jazz
flavor, P'Jazz on Monday
and Wednesday eves has
ORDER PIZZA & GET FREE ANTIPASTO
grown into a spectacular
30-show season, featuring
KIDS RECEIVE VIDEO GAME PLAY
local jazz artists with a lib-
eral sprinkling of national
performers . . . The roster of
jazz greats whose notes
(back by popular request)
have drifted across the
• Veal Francesco
• Veal Piccanti
night air since P'Jazz -began

Veal
Parmesan

Veal Scaloppini
include Stan Kenton, Fats
Domino, Ray Charles,
Fresh Fish Of The Day
Woody Herman, Count
LUNCH $11 per Couple DINNER $21 per Couple
Basie, Maynard Ferguson
Includes Complimentary Glass of Wine
and so many others.
This year is no exception
Early Birds 10% Off Before 7 p.m.
Senior Citizens 10% Off At All Times
for great talent . . . with the
Not applicable to Lunch & Dinners For Two
lineup including Les \
McCann, Doc Severinsen,
Buddy Rich, Woody Her-
man, Ramsey Lewis, Spyro
Gyra and Maynard Fergu-
son . . . As always, favorite
24818 SOUTHFIELD AT 10 MILE
local jazz performers about
557-4324
at P'Jazz, which has become
7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOURS
somewhat of a showcase for
area jazz artists . . . This
year, Friday nights have
been added for July.
--- HELLO . . . from Mary
Conway and Harry Satch-
well,. authors of "Meet, Eat
Includes: Choice of Pcitato, Cole Slaw
& Enjoy Detroit" . . . vaca-
and Homemade Bread
tioning in Mexico.
-
STEVE MITCHELL,
OTHER 24-HOUR SPECIALS
interior designer for beauti-
ful Sheraton-Oaks in Novi,
BAKED /2 CHICKEN
and partner in the design
firm of Mitchell and Weiss
BAR-B-Q /2 CHICKEN
. . . with Gerry Weiss .. .
Includes: Choice of pot., cole slaw
has received The Sheraton
and homemade bread
Corp. "Award of Excellence
For Interior Design."
Steve is currently design-
ing a new restaurant in Ann
Arbor to be called "Ira
Kapuffnik's" . . . He and
Gerry are also working on
the new Hotel Caribe in
Jamaica . . . scheduled to
open February 1984.
That "Ira Kapuffnik's" is
name given by Steve .. .
When people would ask his
moniker, "he'd say, "Ira
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DINNER FOR TWO!

STEPHENSON CLUB

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VISIT McFROCICS SUNDAYS

LUNCH & DINNER FOR 2

In The Heritage Bldg.

NORTHWESTERN AT EVERGREEN

YES, THERE IS
A DIFFERENCE...
AND IT IS AT
THE GALLERY
RESTAURANT

• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner



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a side of pickled beets .. .
and tender, broiled, -ske-
wered shish kabob with rice
. . . Filling the pita bread
cavities with these very
tasteful morsels contrib-
uted much to a most enjoy-
able afternoon.
And then came the des-
serts . . . brought by Miriam
. . . such deliciousness . .
Burma (shredded wheat
with fresh pistachios and
pure butter), Rolled Bak-
lava Fingers with walnuts,
and Rose Petals (small bak-
lava with pine nuts and
pure butter).
It took us 12 minutes - via
Southfield Expressway to
get to The Cedars - from 10
Mile Road . . . and an ex-
perience that makes us
want to come back for more.
We hear the dinner
meals are super -also .. .
with flaming coffees a
nightly specialty. .
Hassan may be a Young
entrepreneur . . . but he
sure can show a lot of old-
sters how to run a restau-
rant.
MIKE MILLER, WXYZ
early morning talk host,
will emcee Second Annual
Gong Show at Tally Hall/
Hunter's Square, Orchard
Lake Road and 14 Mile,
June 26, 7 p.m. . . . I'll be one
of the judges rating talent of
Metro Detroit's amateur
entertainers.

CATERING FOR ALL
OCCASIONS

NOW AVAILABLE FOR
PRIVATE PARTIES
SATURDAYS TIL 6 p.m.
SUNDAYS TIL 2 p.m.

UP TO 150

• Bar Mitzvas • Showers
• Disco Parties
a- All Occasions

THE CLOCK

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Room by Monthly Detroit
Magazine. Our facilities
are unsurpassed.'

BIGGEST VALUES
ANYWHERE!

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