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July 29, 1983 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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(Continued from Page 30)
dessert . . . hot apple slices,
whipped cream, ice cream
I and bottom filled with
I baked apple . . . Those who
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
I think they'll just have a
couple spoonfuls. hdve an-
JN
With This Coupon
I Expires 8/6/83
other thought coming.
Waitresses like Rusty
Jackson, 6 1 /2 years at Crab-
24912 N. CHRYSLER DR. (1-75 at 10 Mile)
bie Joe's, are among a fetish
542-9196
I Hazel Park
with Joe and Nan to have
, ' excellent service . . . She's
ALEX KALLEO TRIO . . . Tues. Thru Sat.
I
been a waitress over 25
I
years . . . it's all Rusty has
ever done ... Too bad she is
RIVIERA RESTAURANT
moving to Flo
rida.
And there's Joyce
541-3385
13400 W. 8 MILE Just East of Coolidge
Gamble, evening hostess
From
9 BREAKFAST
with the sweet smile, so
SPECIALS
congenial and coopera-
to
tive ... going to tables
6 a.m.-11 a.m.
making sure everything
.= man m
in g. em 4.4. cr
is alright.
Also Helen Valentine, at
Crabbie Joe's almost three
years . . . who so many
people remember from An-
2 p.m. to 9 p.m.
toinette's when it was on
SECOND DINNER WHEN A
Telegraph ... so friendly,
l and effi-
FIRST DINNER OF EQUAL OR Expires I smiling, helpfu
I
cient.
GREATER VALUE IS PURCHASED. 8/11/83
I
During the seventh an-
14 EllaNNEYSI.PECIZL"S
niversary . . . this Monday
From
through Thursday . . . Becki
7 DAYS A WEEK
Fairman on electric piano
INCLUDE: ENTREE, SOUP,
and synthesizer, with Rick
to
$295
$375
POT. VEG. & BREAD
Morgan on drums, will play
for dancing . as they've
done every *Friday and
Saturday evening at Crab-
SALAD BAR, DESSERT, COFFEE, TEA OR TOMATO JU CE
bie Joe's for two years.
(Desserts: fella, Rice Pudding, Ice Cream or Pie)
Yes, this was once
• BROILED HADDOCK
• VEAL PARMESAN
the home of Elmer the head
lobster. who a waitress
• BAKED CHICKEN
• SHISH KEBAB
shameful * *ly but mistakenly
• BAR-B-Q CHICKEN
• VEAL CUTLETS
served to a customer .. .
• LIVER & ONIONS
• SPINACH PIE
Also
Herman, who reigned
• DELMONICO STEAK
• BAKED LAMB & RICE
the waters after . . . Soon to .
• MEAT LOAF
come Crabbie Joe's way
CITIZENS
10% OF c k SENIOR
will be King Oscar the lobs-
AFTER 2 p.m.
ter . . . who'll "take over"
the tank .. „ and heaven
help any waitress who even
touches his royal body, says
Joe.
MAIL DEPT. . . . "Our
family are Mexican food
lovers. After trying all the
"big name" Mexican restau-
But 011ie, you can
Stan, here's another
rants around Detroit, we
eat a lot or eat a
tine mess you've
little, they want us
gotten me into.
find that none of them even
to take advantage
I FEEL GUILTY!
holds a tortilla to Puerto
of them.
Vallarta in terms of authen-
tiCity, taste, generous por-
tions and prices that are
unbelievably low compared
to the high quality of food.
"The owner, Mario
Morales, is usually there to
see that his customers are
more than adequately satis-
fied. And all food is pre-
pared from scratch. Our
favorite items are the
botana (you can specify
shredded beef instead of
ground), enchiladas, tacos
and natchos. Everything is
EVERY FRIDAY &
excellent!
lOnly
"The place is small, clean
SATURDAY
$995
and friendly. It's worth the
6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
drive to 3501 W. Vernor.
plus tax
You haven't eaten Mexican
food until you've gone to
Buffet Includes:
Puerto Vallarta Restau-
• Prime Rib • Baked Potato • Corn on the Cob • Broccoli
• Freshly Prepared Pasta • Over 17 Specialty Salads
rant."
• Also our sweet shop featuring make-your-own sundaes $2.00

DINNER FOR TWO!

STEPHENSON CLUB

.

99c

$1 65

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95c

EXTRA ALSO INCLUDES:_
I

Prime Rib Buffet..
All You Can Eat!

Ann and Seymour Schwartz

extra.

Oak Park

LIVE RAGTIME PIANO ENTERTAINMENT

No reservations accepted
Call 557-4800 for more information

Y -

Sheraton-Southfield Hotel

SHERATON HOTELS 8 INNS, WORLDWIDE
17017 WEST NINE MILE ROAD, SOUTHFIELD. 557.4800

'Specializing in Authentic
Italian-American Dining
Lunches and Dinners

he Best of Everything

COUPON

I 50%

Friday, July 29, 1983

in

WAITRESS
GOOD
DEPT. . . . Sandy Maren-
tette . . . at Rialto Cafe on
Woodward and and Nine
Mile ... among the best . .
-
smiling, courteous, effi
cient, personable . . . and so
very conscious of pleasing

her customers.
THERE USED TO BE a
little 30-seater eatery on
Southfield north of 13 Mile,
next to Great Scott Market
. For 15 years it . was the
Village Restaurant ... and
s for
then Incredible Edible
three years.
Today it is one big kitchen
. . for the 115 seater .. .
plus another 15 seats at a
bar ... . for what is still
called Incredible Edibles
. . . owned by Mike Witos-
zynski and brother Bob . .
Mother Dolly, who folks
always saw at the little spot
next door, is still there as
the very congenial hostess
. . . in the former huge
beauty salon with more
than 15 rooms* . . taken
over by the Wit oszynski
family in Oct., 1980 . . . gut-
ted . . . and opened three
months later on Feb. 28 .. .
as the big, airy and comfort-
able dining spot it is today.
Beverly Hills, Mich. had
ne v er issued a liquor license
before . * . but the new In-
credible Edibles planned its
spot with a beautiful bar
built by Mike . . . and on
May 25, 1980, made history
. . . becoming the first to re-
ceive one in that city.
The back bar, built by
Mike and dad Walter, and
completely mirrored, was
formerly a sandwich
counter from Telly Belly's
(Continued on Page 32)

Open Sundays 2 to 9:30 — Closed Mondays

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FACILITIES

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7225 W. McNichols (6 blks. W. of Livernois) UN 2-6455

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Restaurant

Specializing In

SZECHUAN, HUNAN & PEKING CUISINE

By CHEF JAN

BEST CHEF AWARD WINNER IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
WINNER OF 1983 "JUDGE'S SPECIAL AWARD" BY
MICHIGAN RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION

OPEN 7 DAYS 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
TAKE-OUT SERVICE AVAILABLE

357-0620

Franklin Shopping Plaza
29155 Northwestern Hwy. at 12 Mile • Southfield

SEE WHY WE ARE NO. 1 IN METROPOLITAN DETROIT

IRVING'S

THE DELICIOUS ALL HOMEMADE
Restaurant - Delicatessen

27161 GREENFIELD RD. 559-1300

1 Blk. N. of 11-MILE RD,

OPEN TUES.-$911.
6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

KT-SUjaallitLIA411- 01 54T-Tti

BREAKFAST SPECIALS JULY 29 THRU AUG. 4

Sunday 6 a.m.-10 a.m.

Tues.-Sat. 6 a.m.-11 a.m.

MUSHROOM
OMELETTE d.
or
SALAMI OMELETTE

BAGEL, ROLL OR TOAST

7

No
Carry-Out

LUNCHEON SPECIALS JULY 29 THRU AUG. 4

NO SUNDAYS

11 a.m.-2 p.m.

GREEK OR SALAD
FRESH FRUIT SALAD

$198

WITH COTTAGE CHEESE

No
Carry-Out

INCLUDES: BREAD BASKET

DINNER SPECIAL — JULY 29 THRU AUG 4

BABY BEEF LIVER

SMOTHERED IN ONIONS

INCLUDES: SOUP OR TOMATO JUICE, SALAD OR COLE
SLAW, POT. OR VEG. & BREAD BASKET

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