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October 21, 1983 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-21

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Friday, October 21, 1983 1:

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SINBAD'S
CAFE

(The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 34)

353-8144

27777 FRANKLIN RD.

AMERICAN MOTORS BLDG. — ONE BLOCK WEST OF
TELEGRAPH RD. AND NORTH OF 11 MILE RD.

Enjoy Saturday Lunch

at MERRICK'S

11:30 A.M. to 3 P.M.

LUNCH

Let us plan your next affair

Mon.-Sat. 11:30-3 p.m.

• Bar Nitta • Wedding Reception • Etc.
Accommodations for 150
Rooms available Sat. & Sun.

DINNER



(Reg.) Tues.-Sat. 5:30-9:30

NImmom.

Leon Ard . . . seating about
150 at tables and booths .. .
the many people (and there
are plenty from all over)
other than hospital guests
go there for its Boulevard
triple decker sandwich with
corned beef, pastrami, tur-
key (not roll), cheese and
tole slaw with Russian
dressing on the side ($3.60)
. . . plus homemade pies,
salad in a large homemade
taco shell, etc.

NEW LOOK OF CLASS

begins at Pat Archer's Ex-
calibur come November .. .
No more men getting in
without a jacket . . . Also
tablecloths all times on ta-
bles . . . With Frank Sinatra
appearing Nov. 25-26 at
Premier Center . . . ar-
rangements have already
been set for Pat's friend
Frank to be there munching
on those ribs he loves.

BUDDY'S

- EARLY BIRD COUPON
, Served Sun. Thru Thurs. 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Good For Any Number of Guests

1
$
I CHOOSE ANY ENTREE
I ROM OUR FINE DINNER
1 MENU ... Regularly
1
I
I Priced at $9.10
All Entrees include House Salad & Fresh Bread
I
I
Expires 10/27/83 I

9 0 i .

I COUPON MUST BE PRESENTED TO WAITRESS

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I LUNCHES SERVED DAILY from 11:30 am J

REL COMEDY CASTLE

ROBERT WWI

FRI., OCT. 21 THRU SUN., OCT. 23

From hit movies "Flashdance" & "Hollywood Kights"

TUESDAY
WED., OCT. 26 THRU SUN., OCT. 30

NEW TALENT NIGHT
BOB SAGET

From TV's "Bosom Buddies"

4616 N. WOODWARD, 1Y2 blks. S. of 14 Mile

549-2323

Royal Oak

"Detroit's BEST Prime Rib Buffet
Now Offers MORE ... For LESS!"

Loophole's

PRIME RIB AND
lIOLYNCSIAN
ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT

UU

aurrer

ONLY '6"

$3 95 Children under 10

Adults

• featuring •

• CARVED PRIME RIB &
• ROASTED LAMB
• LOBSTER NEWBURG

• CHICKEN CASHEW
• BEEF & PEA PODS
• PUNZIT NOODLES

PLUS ... Freshly-Prepared Stir-Fried

Vegetables & 16 Specialty Salads!

Delightfully Delicious Fresh Fruit Desserts
Tasty n Tempting Tropical Drinks

EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY

No reservations accepted

(S 4,1

557-4800

Sheraton-Southrklki Hotel

TE L

11011 W. NINE MILE ROAD

t,t

and
Middlebelt, is locale for
all-you-can-eat pizza and
spaghetti dinner, Oct. 27,
7:30 p.m. by Bnai Brith
Brandeis Sports Lodge .. .
Program, 9 p.m. will have
Nick Polano, Detroit Red
Wings coach, speaking on
the local hockey picture.
Now that pizza tycoons
seem to be taking over much
of the professional sports
scene here in Detroit . .
(Mike hitch of Little
Caesar's owns Red Wings
and Tom Monaghan bought
Detroit Tigers) . . . wonder if
Billy and Bob Jacobs will
get into the act . . . In school
and on the amateur scene,
Billy was a tremendously
fine athlete himself.

> V RL

D ,AHC'E

557-4800

the building next to his Al-
den's Alley corner bar
which he had six years on
Main and Fourth in Royal
Oak . . ' The newly-
purchased building had
been built as original Royal
Oak Theater, with high ceil-
ings and brick walls.
Alden went through a
remodeling process . . . and
Alden's Alley now seats 165
. . . plus 26 at an outdoor
cafe . . . serving sandwiches,
pizza, burgers and steaks
11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m.. . . plus
an all-you-can-eat Sunday
brunch.
Also on Sunday evenings,
8 p.m., Phil Esser and Bar-
bara Bredius do their fine
song styling routines of the
30s and 40s.
SOME VERY popular
favorites have been added to
the menu at Gold Coin res-
taurant, 10 Mile just west of
Telegraph . . . sizzling rice
soup, hot potted Mongolian
lamb, among other items.

;

NOW OPEN FOR BREAKFAST

SUN. 7-10
'OPEN 7 DAYS—MON.-SAT. 8-11
11
a.m.
-
OPENING SPECIALS 7 a.m.
2
EGGS
ROLL OR 59 111. •• 2 LINKS SAUSAGE
59
BAGEL &
• 2 STRIPS BACON
• TOAST & JELLY
COFFEE

,...•

RT
1 A

Restaurant
SZECHUAN, HUNAN & PEKING

SUPER SPECIAL

WHOLE

PEKING DUCK

Reg. $19.95 $ 1 2 95

INCLUDES

COMPLETE DINNER!

LUNCHEON SPECIALS

With Fried Rice
And Tea

$ 99

TAKEOUT SERVICE AVAILABLE • OPEN 7 DAYS 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m.

357-0620

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

IRVINE'S

THE DELICIOUS ALL HOMEMADE
Restaurant - Delicatessen opei rims. ..sut
68.m.t0sp.m.
27167 GREENFIELD RD. F555-1380

1 Mk. N. of 11-MILE RD.

TRAY CATERING FOR ALL OCCASION

COMPLETE
CATERING
IN YOUR HOME OR HALL FOR ALL OCCASIONS

• Weddings • Bar Mitzvas • Showers • Luncheons
• Bat Mitzvas • Anniversaries • Reunions • Etc.
For Personalized Attention Call
• We Supply Everything!
• We Serve Hors D'Oeuvres To Full Dinners LORI OR ROSE

BREAKFAST SPECIAL — OCT. 21 THRU OCT. 27

Suday 6 a.m.-10 a.m.

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

• 2 EGGS (any style)
• 3 STRIPS OF BACON OR
3 LINKS OF SAUSAGE
• BAGEL, ROLL OR TOAST

58

iNo
Carry-Out

an-

a strictly
kosher eatery ... under
supervision of the douncil of
Orthodox Rabbis .. al-
though not a full-service
one ... It's the the 16-seater
with eight tables at Mertz
Bakery on Coolidge and
Nine Mile . . . open Monday
through Thursday 11 a.m.
to 3 p.m. . . . serving only
dairy . . . sandwiches,
salads and pizza . . . with

n.

25861 LAHSER AT CIVIC CENTER (10 1/2 Mile) 353-6820

SEE WHY WE ARE NO. 1 IN METROPOLITAN DETROIT

THREE MONTHS
AGO, Alden Lewis bought

NOW COMES YET

Family Dining and Carry-Out
American, Greek & Mideast Food

(Continued on Page 36)

other attempt at

Also Available For A Nominal Fee"

6 p.m. TO 10 p.m.

PIZZA,

Northwestern

paper plates and plastic
forks . . . According to
owner Leo Mertz, it's ex-
pected to be open Saturday
evenings also come time
change in November.
WHEN YOUR college
roommate turns out in later
years to be a millionaire
computer tycoon, you prob-
ably think more about com-
puters than the average
street person. This is the
case with Ramsey Zawidah,
general manager of Kings-
ley Inn on Woodward in
Bloomfield Hills . . . His
roommate at Michigan
State University class of
1975 was Rick Inatone, who
now heads the highly suc-
cessful Computer Mart
Corp. in Troy.
Working with his college
chum, Ramsey has put to-
gether a training class for
business people who want to
use the company computer
while "on the road."
Kingsley is offering re-
ntal computers to guests,
and now holds classes on
how business people can
utilize such computers
wherever they go, to tap
into their company com-
puters back at the office or
into data bases anywhere
. . . The class is taught by
Computer Mart experts and
its supplier companies .. .
First given was Wednesday
. . . and will be repeated
next Wednesday, Nov. 2 and
9, 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. .. .
with all classes held at

.00.0.......4•~4 •

DINNER SPECIAL — OCT. 21 THRU OCT. 27

CHOPPED SIRLOIN

SMOTHERED IN ONIONS

We Grind Our Own Meat!

No
Carry-Out

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

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