THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 18, 1985
GOURMET VEAL FEAST
RESTAURANT & COCKTAILS
AT 10 MILE
ANY 2 VEAL DINNERS FOR
GREAT NEW EARLY BIRD SPECIALS
MONDAYS THRU FRIDAYS — 4 p.m. to 7
Your Choice Of:
• BREADED VEAL CUTLET
• BRAISED SHORT RIBS
• ROASTED CHICKEN W/Rice Pilaf
• BROILED LAKE SUPERIOR WHITEFISH
• BROILED FILET OF SOLE
• SAUTEED CHICKEN LIVERS
WED. & THURS. ONLY
ORCHARD LAKE RD. BET. 12 & 13 MILE • 851-1310
AT APPLEGATE SQUARE
29200 Orchard Lake
Between 12 and 13 Mile
Dining and Cocktails
For Dinner Reservations: 353-2757
\ Open 6 Days a week: Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Fri. & Sat. 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
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Restaurant & Lounge
t SUPER BOWL CARRY-OUT SPECIALS ;
JAN. 18 THRU JAN. 24
t CORNED BEEF .PASTRAIV:
$ 498 lb.
$ 498 lb.
The Newest & Most Exciting
Place In The Northwest Area
NSW OFFERS INTERNATIONAL CUISINE
WITH THE FOLLOWING SPECIALS
Mon. thru Fri. 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
NEW YORK STRIP STEAK FOR 2
FAMOUS GREEK SHISH KABOB FOR 2
BROILED BREAST OF CHICKEN FOR 2
BAKED LAMB SHANK FOR 2
BAKED MEAT BALLS ALA THEODORE FOR 2
SPINACH PIE FOR 2
MOUSSAKA FOR 2
STUFFED GRAPE LEAVES FOR 2
BROILED ORANGE ROUGHY FOR 2
BROILED SCROD FOR 2
W/Rice or Baked Pot.
W/Rice or Baked Pot.
ALL THE ABOVE INCLUDE: SOUP, SALAD, RICE
PILAF, VEG., DESSERT & BREAD BASKET
THESE SPECIALS WILL CONTINUE THROUGH APRIL 20, 1985
CHEF THEODORE WILL OPEN SUNDAYS I
FROM 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. BEGINNING JAN. 21, 1985
GENERAL MANAGER FRANK TELEGADAS
WISHING YOU & YOURS THE VERY BEST IN
1985 AND LOOKING FORWARD TO TAKING
CARE OF YOU PERSONALLY.
Northwestern Hwy. at Inkster Rd.
At the Piano Bar
FOR LISTENING & DANCING — TUES. THRU SAT.
• Imported Beer • Liquor
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STEVE ROSE TRIO
PINE HILLS Restaurant
$ FOR $ THE BEST MEAL IN TOWN! -
SAGANAKI OPA! FLAMING CHEESE FOR 2
5 ADDITIONAL SPECIALS WILL BE
AVAILABLE DAILY FOR 2 AT
DESSERT & BREAD BASKET
INCLUDES: SOUP OR SALAD, POT. OR VEG. & FRESH BREAD
W/Rice or Baked Pot.
I a- INCLUDES: SOUP, POT., VEG.,
BEST OF EVERYTHING
Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.-2 a.m.
Sat. 4 p.m.-2 a.m.
Our Own Homemade
COLE SLAW or
Our O c wii
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BREAKFAST SPECIAL / JAN. 18 THRU JAN. 24
Sun. 6 a.m.-10 a.m.
Tues.-Sat. 6 a.m.-11 a.m.
* INCLUDES: CORNED BEEF, SAUSAGE,
BACON, GREEN PEPPERS,
$ 1 7 No 8
COOKED TOGETHER OMELETTE STYLE.
* BAGEL, ROLL OR TOAST
JAN. 18 THRU JAN. 24 — ANYDAY AFTER 11 a.m.
INCLUDES: SALAD & BREAD BASKET
INCLUDES: TOMATO JUICE OR SOUP,
BOILED POT. & BREAD BASKET
DINNER SPECIAL — JAN. 18 THRU JAN. 24
I CABBAGE MEAT $
4 8 1
IF YOU WANT QUALITY 4 ;
COME TO IRVING'S!
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egg plant, candied sweet or
creamed whipped potatoes, Belle
Fermiere salad — lettuce, pear,
strawberries, cream cheese and
jelly — or crisp heart of lettuce
with French dressing.
Desserts were also included and
you could order graham butter-
scotch or fresh rhubarb pie, choco-
late marshmallow cake, frozen
puff with chocolate sauce or a
strawberry parfait. Coffee, tea or
milk and hot raised biscuits were
part of the meal. A bottle of Bur-
gundy, Claret, Rhine or Sautern
wine set customers back a whop-
ping $1.35. It was cheaper by the
glass — 30 cents.
"There was no cover charge for
early dinner guests who left be-
fore 8 p.m. For others, there was a
50-cent cover Sunday through
Friday and 75 cents on Saturdays
and holidays. But there was a $1
dance admission charge during
the week and $1.25 Saturdays,
holidays and Sundays from 6 to
"I found a 1940's simulated
wood menu, shaped like a T from
the restaurant name, Tip's, which
featured thick steaks from 95
cents to $1.10 and thin pancakes
for 20 cents to a quarter. The 25-
cent pancakes included eggs and
four different meats. I don't re-
member where this place was. But
it was interesting to read the bot-
tom of the menu which said, "All
items listed are at or below our
ceiling prices according to Office
of Price Administration regula-
"Do you sometimes wonder why
a restaurant changes hands three
or four times before it succeeds?
Hugo's on Northwestern and
Twelve Mile didn't last long.
Hugo was a gracious host who
greeted the ladies with the old-
world charm of kissing their
hands, sang in baritone Thursday
opera nights and did the cooking
in his spare time.
"When Hugo left, Jim Brunetti
took over, redecorated the restau-
rant from stem to stern and spe-
cialized in Italian sea food. But
Brunetti's also folded. Maybe
Hugo and Brunetti could't hack it
because of conflicts with owners
and investors, all professional
men, not restaurateurs. Needless
to say, present owner Pat Archer
is making it big with his Ex-
calibur, which opened after
Brunetti made his exit."
THE SCENE is a Paris street
corner . . . A shady-looking char-
acter approaches a New York
tourist and after glancing in all
directions to see that he's safe,
nudges the tourist . . . "Ameri-
cain?" . . . "Yeah" . . . "Tourist?"
. . . "Yeah" . . . "Want Whoopie?"
. . . "Naaah" . . . "Post cards?" . . .
"Naaah" . . . "Strip-tease night
club?" . . . "Naaah" . . . "Strip
tease without night club?" .. .
"Naaah" . . . "Model posing for ar-
tist?" . . . "Naaah" . . . "Artist pos-
ing for model?" . . . "Naaah" .. .
"Kosher delicatessen?" . . . "Ah
ha, now you're talking."
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