Friday, April 12, 1985
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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COMPLETE DINNER MENU
AFTER 4 P.M.
MON.-THURS. 11 10 p.m.
I 7 Days A Week FRI. & SAT. 11-12 Mid.
SUN. 12 noon-10 p.m.
Present This Coupon When Dining
I Expires 4-30-85 • Coupon Good Dining In Only •
25290 GREENFIELD North of 10 Mile Rd.
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
American, Cantonese, Szechuan Restaurant
I 25298 Greenfield N. of 10 Mile • Oak Park • 967 3963 I
The Nancy Gurwin Dinner Theatre
INN NMI INN
ar en Cafe
Of West Bloomfield
33010 NORTHWESTERN HWY. at 14 Mile •
FREE LUNCH OR DINNER
With Purchase Of Another Entree
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West Bloomfield Location Only • Does Not Include Beverages Or Extras
I • With This Coupon
• Expires 4-19-85
FREE OFFICE DELIVERY (Lunch Only)
(located in the Allen Park Motor Lodge)
• 8 Entree Salads
• 10 Sandwich Combinations
• Hearty Soups & Entrees
8 PASTA SPECIALTIES
Served From 4 p.m.
Includes: Appetizer, Green Salad and Fresh Hot Italian Bread
OPEN 7 DAYS 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon.-Sun.
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MOS;CAL FARE of S3RoADWAY
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. Nancy Gurwin and Edgar Guest III
NOW APPEARING THROUGH JUNE
Every Friday and Saturday
Cocktails 6:30/Dinner 7:30/Curtain 8:45
$18.50 (does not include tax and tips)
at the Allen Park Motor Lodge
14887 Southfield Road (between 1-75 and 1-94)
Allen Park, Ml 48101
PRIVATE PARTY ROOMS
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
• Bar Mitzvah
• Bat Mitzvah
• Sweet 16
- Channel 7
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• 17125 Conant (corner 6
• 31646 Northwestern Hwy.
Mile, Detroit) 892-9001
(corner of Middlebelt,
Farmington Hills) 855-4600,
• 8100 Old 13 Mlle (corner Van
• 33605 Plymouth Road
Dyke, Warren) 574-9200
(west of Farmington Rd.,
• 14156 E. 12 Mlle (east of
777-3400 (carry out only)
NOW OPEN IN WATERFORD
iviAdutf CRE:Dri CARDS ACCEPTED
WHAT. MAKES NiNu5LEY
AT APPLEGATE SQUARE
Northwestern Hwy. at Inkster Rd.
Open 6 Days a Week: Mon.-Thurs. 11:30-9 p.m., Fri. & Sat. 11:30-11 p.m.
MON. THRU THURS. SPECIALS
BROILED CALVES LIVER
With Sauteed Onions & Apples
PETITE FROG LEGS
WOODWARD AT LONG LAKE ROAD
BLOOMFIELD HILLS • 642-0100
Dining and Cocktails
For Dinner Reservations: 353-2757
•White linen and silver. service.
•Elegant ambience of the Kingslej, dining rooms.
•No compr. omise is ever made with quality or freshness.
•A dazzling, ever-changing array of breakfast, luncheon and
dinner favorites, and pastries from our own pastry chef, too
numerous to mention.
•Sane prices: only $7. 95 for adults, $4.95 for children age 7
Selected to serve at the U.S. Presidential Inaugurals
In Washington, D.C., 1981 and 1985.
TAYLOR, actors Bert Convy,
(Voted Detroit's No. 1 Sunda y Brunch in Metropolitan Detroit
magazine's readers poll, Nov. '84 issue.)
CHICKEN BREAST ITALIANO
With Fettucini Alfredo
BAKED CANNELONI A LA ROMANO
Dinner Includes: Soup or Tossed Salad, Potato,
Fresh Vegetable & French Bread
. . . It may have been his first visit
to a cafeteria . . . He was
enchanted . . . Hedge's Wigwam
had a magic quality for children.
First of all, there was the simu-
lated giant wigwam on its roof .. .
Since 1922 this wigwam had
meant two things to the people of
Royal Oak, Birmingham, Bloom-
field Hills and surrounding areas.
To the residents of the former
village, it meant they were home
. . . To the latter, it meant they
were over halfway and "maybe it
would be a good idea to stop here
The entrance to Hedge's Wig-
wam was guarded by some of the
sternest looking wooden Indians
you will see anywhere short of a
Broadway cigar store.
Inside, the little boy's eyes
opened further as he viewed the
long, gleaming counter laden
There were the famous chicken
pies, roast prime ribs of beef, big
pan of spaghetti, mess of fish
filets, pot of mashed potatoes,
crisp green salads . . . some fruity
salads, lots of vegetables (he skip-
ped by this section fast) and pies,
cakes, tarts and ice cream . . . etc.
No field hand after hours of
hard work in the fresh air possibly
could have devoured the food our
little friend loaded on his tray .. .
His eyes were bigger than his
The inside of Hedge's was pre-
tty much the same as it had al-
ways been, except it had, in past
years, added a new and bigger
room at the rear.
While manfully attacking the
heaping plate of food, there were
lots of interesting things to look at
. . . The inside was finished in a
rough hewn, log cabin-type decor
. . . The walls were hung with in-
teresting Indian regalia and
And who could ever forget those
tables . . . They had scenes from
early Indian life depicted right
under the glass . . . There were
leaves, moss and birchbark .. .
and brightly colored moths and
butterflies . . . and H.. dialA were
and hand carved, just like
in a pioneer's cabin.
When our little friend finished
his dinner, or most of it, he stop-
ped with his mother at the gift
shop on the way out and she
bought him a birchbark canoe
with "Hedge's Wigwam" stamped
on the side.
4370 Highland Rd. (M-59) Cor. Pontiac Lake Rd.
INN'S SUNDAY BRUNCH
SO GREAT ANYWAY?
BEST OF EVERYTHING
Adam Arkin, Jack Ging, Richard
Kline, director Sydney Pollack
and producer Harve Bennett are
among the Honorary Celebrity
Committee-ites for Michigan
Cancer Foundation dinner, May
9, at Westin Hotel.
Tribute will be for actor Nor-
man Fell and wife, Karen .. .
being honored at the benefit
dinner in recognition of their
many contributions to the Found-
ation's cancer research.
For more information about the
dinner, call Michigan Cancer
"Concerts in the Garden" will
present saxophonist George Be-
nson and his group at the Pruden-
tial Town Center in Southfield at
10:30 a.m. Sunday.