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December 09, 1983 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-09

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36 Friday, December 9, 1983


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(Continued from Page 34) executive dining room at
tal restaurant . . . not Ita- General Motors Bldg. on W.
lian ... with lovely beige Grand Blvd. over 15 years
on the window, . . . All told, Bob has been in
II PRESENT THIS AD WHEN BUYING A ! drapes
white table cloths, white the restaurant business
DINNER AT REGULAR PRICE AND
napkins in large- about 25 years . . . including
mouthed water glasses chef at McQuire's Dyna Inn,
GET A SECOND DINNER OF EQUAL
. .. and fresh little carna- Livernois and Davison and
OR LESSER VALUE AT 1/2
McQuire's, Evergreen and
tions on each table.
Expires 12/24/83

Nothing frozen at Ber- . Joy . . . They had their own
nardi's . . . fresh vegetables restaurant in Utica — Olde
BANQUET FACILITIES FOR ALL PARTIES EXIERTAINIENT
. . . and freshly-baked Towne Cafe — for three
& DAMN
II
Up To 120
M011.-SAT.
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potatoes . . . plus the big years.
Bob and Cheryl are a
popular drink nowadays at
places without alcoholic hard-working young per-
beverages . . . that Chamay sonable couple . . . Bernar-
sparkling French imported di's will also be open New
Year's Eve with two seat-
cider in split bottles.
Cheryl runs lunch hours ings, 6 and 8:30 . . . Their
at Bernardi's and Bob is regular hours are six days
1 r i..2 . 31155212Jejjj 111 RD..
there at night . . . During . . . Monday-Thursday,
11-9; Friday and Saturday,
the day, he has managed the
11-11.
NEW OFFICE of Metro
passbook is on Van Dyke in
Warren . . . Feature this
year is its double dining
op,- V-1
card allowing folks to
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are 1,100 50 percent offers.
KATZ'S DELICATES-
MUNI '41 N )1
SEN on W. Nine Mile Rd.
near Coolidge has finally
changed hands . . . with
Larissa (Laura) Itkin and
Served from 10 am to 2 pm
dad Savely Basin taking
Adults $7.35 Children under 5 $4.95
over the 60-seater Nov. 21
. . . First job was to clean up
the place that has been an
Oak Park landmark since
Sally and Jimmy Katz
opened it almost 31 years
Make Reservations Now For Brunch
ago.
Larissa has a bachelor's
degree in food management
Buses Available For
Woodward at Long Lake Road
from Kharov Institute of
Bloomfield Hills 642-0100
All Detroit Lions
Public Nutrition, Ukraine,
Home Games
Russia . . . plus a master's in
food service and nutrition
f'
from Wayne . . . She came
here in 1977, worked as
assistant manager at a
The Original
Utica Jack-In-The-Box .. .
and then Georgian Bloom-
field Nursing Home on
Woodward
She married mechanical
engineer Michael Itkin in
1978 . . . Both Larissa and
Savely will operate Katz's
Deli, formerly owned by
Since 1914
Julius Studenberg and then
son Irwin, who did as good a
Just N. of 12 Mile
job as possible after taking
Franklin Shopping Center
over from dad Julius and
mother Miriam, both living
Serving The Finest Greek-American Food At
in 'La. Jolla, Calif. last four
Low Moderate Prices
years . . . Walls and ceilings
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ... Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m.-11 p.m. Sun. 7 a.m.-10 p.m •
that have been neglected
are first on agenda of much
• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER • LOW-CAL FROSTED TREATS
remodeling for cleanliness.
• DESSERTS • FULL CARRY-OUT SERVICE • BROILED FRESH FISH DAILY
Larissa's sister,
Zhanna Basin, works as a
waitress everyday except
SUPER SPECIALS 7 DAYS A WEEK
weekends . . . New menu
BRISKET OF BEEF
BROILED PICKEREL
$5.45 MON.
items include meat blint-
zes Russian-style, chic-
With
Noodles
& Veg.'
$4.25
BROILED WHITEFISH
$5.25
ken wing dings,
TUES.
VEAL SCALLOPINI
BROILED RED SNAPPER
$5.45
Russian-style borscht,
4.25
carrot and raisin salad
BROILED SCROD
$5.45 WED. With Rice & Veg
. . . and other Russian-
SHORT RIBS
FRESH CUT VEAL PARMIGIANA . . $5.25
style dishes to go with the
With Pot. & Veg.
$4.25
American favorites.
FRESH CUT VEAL CUTLETS
$4.95 THURS.
LAMB SHANK
Katz's is now open seven
1/2 FRIED CHICKEN
$4.25
days starting Jan 1 . . from
With Rice or Veg.
$4.50
7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
BROILED OR BAR-B-Q CHICKEN . . $4.25 FRI.
SHRIMP CREOLE

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Specializing In
Szechuan, Mandarin & Cantonese Cuisine

PRICE

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Luncheon & Dinner Specials
SUN. THRU THURS. 11:30-10, FRI. & SAT. 11:30-11
TAKE-OUT SERVICE AVAILABLE
PRIVATE BANQUET ROOM

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357-0620

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VISIT McFROCICS SUNDAYS

SUNDAY BRUNCH

CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH

11 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

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LUNCH & DINNER FOR 2

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BABY BEEF LIVER
BAKED LASAGNA
BAKED LAMB
LONDON BROIL

358-2353

$3.95

With Rice & Veg.

$4.25 SAT.
$4.50

$4.95

ALL DINNERS INCLUDE:
SALAD, POTATOES OR RICE,
VEGETABLES & BREAD BASKET

SUN.

CHICKEN PAPRIKAS

With Rice or Pot. & Veg.

$5.25

4.25

ROAST DUCK OR CORNISH HEN

With Dressing, Pot. & Veg.

$4.75

ALSO MANY OTHER DAILY SPECIALS! HOMEMADE DESSERTS INCLUDE:
NAPOLEONS, ECLAIRS, 1-LAYER CAKE, BOSTON CREAM PIE, ETC., ETC.

King David chose
Jerusalem as his capital be-
cause it did not belong to
any of the tribes of Israel
and he wanted to avoid tri-
bal jealousies. The same
policy was followed when
U.S. leaders chose Wash-
ington, D.C. as the U.S. cap-
ital.

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



(back by popular request)

• Veal Francesco
• Veal Piccanti
• Veal Parmesan
• Veal Scaloppini
Fresh Fish Of The Day

LUNCH $11

per Couple -

DINNER $21

per Couple

Includes Complimentary Glass of Wine

Early Birds 10% Off Before 7 p.m.
Senior Citizens 10% Off At All Times

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Your Hosts:
Jack Baiter
and Al Winkler






Dine At IA
Michigan's Famous w4r
Deli-Restaurant

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EVERGREEN PLAZA
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557-8899
6 - W


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PICKLE BARREL DELI TRAYS

• Only the finest quality meats and
cheeses used
• 6 ounces of meats & cheeses per person
Choice of up to 7 meats & 3 cheeses
COMPARE THIS WITH ANYONE IN THE INDUS-
TRY!
• Comes complete with potato salad
AND cote slaw, breads ; mustard & relishes

♦ •

HOT & COLD HORS D'OEUVRES

All our hors d'oeuvres are custom-made
1 • Reasonable priced
V • Great selection


SPECIALTY FRUIT, CHEESE AND

DESSERT TRAYS AVAILABLE
♦ ALL CATERING CAN BE DELIVERED



DON'T FORGET

"BUBBIE'S BUFFET"

♦ TUES. & SUN. EVENINGS
• ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT

$725








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