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November 16, 1984 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-16

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BANQUET ROOMS
AVAILABLE FOR
ANY OCCASION

BERKLEY THEATRE

2990 W. 12 Mile Rd.

Berkley LI 2-0330
ALL SEATS
$1.00 AT ALL TIMES

with its four tables in front and six
large stools at a dining counter.
When entering Tally Hall from
Orchard Lake Rd., 'stay to the
right . . . It's halfway down and an
overhanging Honey Tree sign
makes sure you don't miss it.
ADAM'S RIB is no more . . . on
Greenfield and Ten Mile . . . It
will soon be site of Milk & Honey
. . . with short amount of seating
. . . a kosher pizza and dairy
carry-out.
FIRST IT WAS The Raven cof-
feehouse, then Bar-B-Q House of
Southfield, Minnie's Seafood of
Southfield, Raven Restaurant .. .
Now, soon to come on Greenfield,
north of 12 Mile, in Southfield,
will be Sweet Lorraine Cafe.
JOE MUER'S, Restaurant
Duglass, Money Tree, Top Of The
Pontch and Archibald's lead the
more than 55-restaurant pack in
this year's Entertainment '85
book . . . The 55 or so includes 20
new eateries plus many old
standbys, all presented in full
color, complete with menus.
Irene Sears, Detroit district
manager of Entertainment Publi-
cations, is tickled pink at another
new addition . . . There's a Dis-
count Yellow Pages booklet with
each Entertainment '85 . . . The
discounts can be used over and
over again just by folks showing
their plastic I.D. card . . . Also this
year's travel directory . . . with
over 600 hotels (more than double
that of last year) . . . and sister-
in-law Shirley Raskin is happy to
see Sanders back.
PINE HILLS Restaurant, Or-
chard Lake Rd. between 12 and
13, will soon be two eateries in
'one.
The back room, seating about
80, will be devoted strictly to sea-
food . . . including an oyster bar
. . . and complete nautical decor
theme . . . A name is being
selected . . . and plans are for it to
be like nothing ever seen in De-
troit area . . . regarding dishes
served and price . . . It will have
fresh seafood of every kind . . . and
be by reservation only.
THERE'LL SOON BE a res-
taurant in La Mirage Shopping
Center on Northwestern Hwy.
RON CODEN SHOW is at
Mountain Jacks, Telegraph Rd.,
Wednesday through Saturday til
Dec. 1.
McFROCK'S SALOON and
Gathering Place, underneath
Roman Terrace, Orchard Lake
Rd. and 12 Mile, will be busy for
charity November and December
. . . Tomorrow night's St. Patrick's
Day party with $1 donation will
benefit March of Dimes ... This
entire month it is participating in
the Favorite Bartender Contest
for American Lung Association
. . . Cost of votes for McFrock bar-
gal Bunny Beyer is $1.
This is third year McFrock's has
collected canned foods and clo-
thing for Sarah Fisher Home in
Farmington Hills . . . Customers
receive discounted drink coupons
for donations . . . Collected items
will be delivered to the home for
Thanksgiving . . . But McFrock's
doesn't stop there . . . December it
will collect new and used toys in
good condition for the Sarah
Fisher Home.
EVER HEAR OF A chef corn-

ing into your home and cooking
birthday or anniversary dinner
for you and spouse? . . . This is
what Jeff Bloom does with his new
Rent-A-Chef . . . Any amount of
people . . . from two to as many as
the house will hold.
LEFT OUT NAME of Doreen
Kanakis . . . wife of John Kanakis
. . . new owners of Clock Restau-
rant on Southfield and Ten Mile.
LOVING CUP is now at Nic-
ky's Restaurant and Lounge,. Top
of Troy Bldg. concourse, Big Be-
aver and 1-75 . . . Tuesdays
through Saturdays . . . til Dec. 8.
JUKE BOX SATURDAY
NITE is name of newest nitery
hereabouts . . . on Woodward be-
tween 13 and 14 Mile in Royal
Oak . . . Was former Yassoo,
Maximilian's and John Laffrey's.
FROM BEEF Bourguignonne
with rich red wine gravy to Brie
cheese wit brown sugar and hazel
nuts or warmed herbed artichoke
hearts . . . This is the Courtyard
Cafe in Windsor . . . a cozy, inti-
mate bistro that smacks of conti-
nental charm . . . with its cobbles-
tone courtyard.
Owner and chef Jill Monks
bought former Cheshire Cat .. .
changed name to Courtyard Cafe
. . . grows her own herbs, grinds
her own spices, shops every day
for fresh food . . . and does all the
cooking herself . . . Mediterra-
nean, Italian and Cajun cuisine.
As if this wasn't enough, Jill
also acts as hostess and finds time
to spend with her guests.
Courtyard Cafe, seating 110, is
on Riverside Drive West, just a
block north of Ouelette Ave. and
steps away from Cleary Au-
ditorium.
When folks get there, they walk
through a brick-enclosed pas-
sageway and down a flight of
stairs . . . giving the feeling of
entering a little European cafe.
Courtyard is open Monday and
Tuesday, 11 a.m.' to 4 p.m., and
Wednesday through Saturday, 11
a.m. to 2:30 a.m. . . . Sundays are
strictly for banquets, receptions,
etc.
TERRIBLE THING is the
amount of phoney calls received
by carry-out places . . . Spots like
Marge Tyner's Checker Bar-B-Q
in Lincoln Center on Greenfield,
among others we're sure, try to
take a phone number and call
back for verification . . . Many
times, though, lax employees
don't even bother to do this and
the boss suffers . . . It's nothing for
a delivery boy to sometimes go on
a wild goose chase where others
may also be waiting for someone
to open the door . . . Many times
it's a phoney address.
FUDDRUCKER'S, the San
Antonio-based restaurant chain
operation with its gourmet selec-
tion of hamburgers among many
other items, wants to come into
Southfield . . . and would be a wel-
comed addition . . . if the right lo-
cation could be approved by city
representatives.
SECOND ANNUAL Showcase
& Entertainment In Concert by
Mel Ball Productions, is this Sun-
day, 2:30 registration, at Hubbard
Ballroom, Hyatt Regency, Dear-
born.
FOR THOSE WHO need it at

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Friday 7:15 & 9:20
Sat. & Sun. 12:50, 3:00,
5:00, 7:15, 9:20
Mon., Tues., Wed. 7:15 & 9:20
Thurs. 12:50, 3:00, 7:15, 9:20

From 50 to 400

We Can Assist Your Party
Needs With Anything From
Hors d'Oeuvres & Cocktails
To A Black Tie Sit-Down Affair

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Where Movies Cost Less
Orchard Lake & Cass Lake Rds.
1Y2 Miles West of Telegraph
682-1900

Mon. & Tues.
ALL SEATS $1.00
This ad will entitle bearer
ONE FREE ADMISSION
when a second admission is
purchased
Fri., Sun., Wed. & Thurs.

For More Information, Please Call

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Your Host: Bill Mitchell

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Fri., Mon.-Thurs. 7 p.m., 9:15
Sat., Sun. 2 p.m., 4:15, 7 p.m., 9:15

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Fri., Mon.-Thurs. 7:20, 9:30
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NOW OPEN
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Fri. & Sat. 5 to 11

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SERVING YOU FOR 7 YEARS IN THE SAME WALNUT LAKE RD. LOCATION

2080 Walnut Lake Rd. at Inkster
Featuring

West Bloomfield

Superb Milk Fed Veal • Fresh Seafood Daily

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Reservations Suggested For Your Convenience
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Dinner 4:30-1 a.m.

Lunch 11 a . m .

Reservations:

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