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June 14, 1985 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-14

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Friday, June 14, 1985

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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SENIOR CITIZENS SPECIAL
COMPLETE 6-COURSE DINNERS

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25290 GREENFIELD North of 10 Mile Rd.

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• Veal Cutlet
• Broiled Fish
• Broiled Chicken

CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS

• Liver & Onions

• Chopped Sirloin
• Roast Beef
• Etc.

RESTAURANT

805 WOODWARD

19471 W. 10 MILE

AT LINCOLN (10 1/2)

1 BLK. E. OF EVERGREEN

546-0966

352-7060

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AT 12 MILE OFF 696

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851-4094

Appetizer Of The Month:
Shrimp saute with cucumber and spinach salad

a seafood medley of squid,
clams, octopus, mussels in a spicy garlic butter sauce.
Veal Scalloppini Vienna litely breaded Veal topped with Shrimp,
Asparagus and sauce Moussiline
Snapper Pontchartrain filet of Red Snapper sauteed in but-
ter with diced Shrimp and Crabmeat, then sprinkled with fine herbs
and almonds



$11.95

$13.95

MAJOR CREDIT CARDOCCEPTED

Guest Check Please)
11 a.m.-8:30 p.m.

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• Royal Oak
• Detroit, W. 8 Mile
• Southland Shop. Ctr.
• Warren
• West Bloomfield
• Westland Shop. Ctr.

Offer Expires June 30, 1985

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Featuring: FROZEN YOGURT ...
TOFUTTI KOSHER ICE CREAM ...
SAVINO'S ITALIAN KOSHER ICES ...
HAAGEN DAZS LUSCIOUS NATURAL FLAVORS

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On Baked Fish, Fowl and Roast Beef Naturally. Present this coupon to our
Cashier. Save 15% on your entire meal. Complete meal about
$3.95. Free refills on coffee, tea and PEPSI





• Royal Oak
• Detroit, W. 8 Mile
• Southland Shop. Ctr.
• Warren
• West Bloomfield
• Westland Shop. Ctr.

Offer Expires July 7, 1985

13901 W. Nine Mile Rd. 4 Blks W. of Coolidge • Oak Park • 545-0348

"We're A Lot More Than Just An Ice Cream Parlor!"

SAVE 15% '1

• Allen Park
Bloomfield/Pontiac
• Dearborn
• Eastland Shop. Ctr.
• Mt. Clemens
Oakland Mall

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ICE CREAM CREATIONS

Home of Honey Baked Ham Sandwiches on Fresh Croissants,
Homemade Soups, Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Salads, Home Baked
Cakes, Marty's Chocolate Chip Cookies, Vegetarian Quiche Pies, Malts,
Sundaes, Shakes, Italian Ices, and Much, Much More.

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Detroit, W. 8 Mile
Southland Shop. Ctr.
Warren
West Bloomfield
Westland Shop. Ctr.

On Baked Fish, Fowl and Roast Beef Naturally. Present this coupon to our
Cashier. Save 15% on your entire meal. Complete meal about
$3.95. Free refills on coffee, tea and PEPSI

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• Allen Park
Bloomfield/Pontlac
• Dearborn
• Eastland Shop. Ctr.
• Mt. Clemens
Oakland Mall

31646 Northwestern Hwy.
(corner of Middlebelt,
Farmington Hills) 855-4600,
33605 Plymouth Road
(west of Farmington Rd.,
Livonia) 261-3550

683-3636

Offer Expires June 23, 1985
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NOW OPEN IN WATERFORD

$14.95

On Baked Fish, Fowl and Roast Beef Naturally. Present this coupon to our
Cashier. Save 15% on your entire meal. Complete meal about
$3.95. Free refills on coffee, tea and PEPSI

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4370 Highland Rd. (M-59) Cor. Pontiac Lake Rd.

SAVE 15%

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17125 Conant (corner 6
Mile, Detroit) 892-9001

• 8100 Old 13 Mile (corner Van

Dyke, Warren) 574-9200
• 14156 _ E. 12 Mile (east of
Schoenherr, Warren)
777-3400 (carry out only)

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WELCOME. MANAGER'S COURTESY CARDS
TIGERS ON PASS

Above entrees include: House Salad w/your choice of dressing and
hef's garnish.

Allen Park
Bloomfield/Pontlac
Dearborn
Eastland Shop. Ctr.
Mt. Clemens
Oakland Mall

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Entrees
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WHEN ONLY ITALIAN DINING WILL DO
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and Dancing
Wed. Thru Sat.

MON.-THURS. 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. FRI. & SAT. 8 a.m. to 1 a.m.
SUNDAY 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

JUNE SPECIALS

ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS

(Delivered To Your Door)

Fresh Fruit Tray w/dip

$15

(10-15 people)

Pound Cake & Ice Cream $15

(10-15 people)

Meat & Cheese Shack • $25

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Picnic Basket

$25

(4 people)

Homemade Quiche & Salad $15

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I SOUTHFIELD

ROYAL OAK

IlDrake

Fine Dining
In An Elegant Atmosphere

'3.99

OPEN SUN.-THURS. 7 a.m.-10 p.m.
FRI.-SAT. 7 a.m.-11 p.m.

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060

THE

BEST OF EVERYTHING

ICE CREAM HOT DOGS
50c
25'
LEMONADE
25°
Saturday 12 5 p.m.

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BIG BANANA SPLIT

$1.75 BYO Banana

DIETETIC BANANA SPLIT OR SUNDAE

$1.50

"The 1975 booklet describes
the Brau House near E. Jeffer-
son as a nifty little German res-
taurant located in an old ware-
house district. The Brau House
is or was in an old remodeled
carriage house. Do you re-
member Brothers Bar-B-Q on
Wyoming which won the 1972
greatest-ribs-in-town contest
sponsored by the 'Morning
Friendly?' Buddy's in 1975 had
only one pizzeria — the one on
Conant and Six Mile. The book-
let describes Buddy's in hushed
and reverant tones. 'If Detroit
has a big Daddy Pizzamaker
from which all good things flow,
it's got to be Buddy's.' Also men-
tioned is Lou's Finer Delicates-
sen on Six Mile where several
generations of Marygrove girls
gathered in the deli across the
street. The girls fell in love with
Lou's Jewish goodies like cheese
blintzes with sour cream or
blueberry topping, chicken soup
like Israeli soldiers carry in
their canteens, knishes, chopped
liver — what a menu.
"Let's hear it for the now-
defunct Mayfield Chop House on
Griswold. It was described as
Detroit's 'New Yorkiest' bar
with the paneling, leather
booths and a glorious and abun-
dant collection of oil paintings.
The menu put the emphasis on
steak, chops, roasts and seafoods
with hearty portions at moder-
ate prices. The Red Devil on
Fenkell — Mama Mia! what a
ristorante. It's as plain as the
nose on Giovanni's face but the
cibo man is strictly bellisimo.
The menu at 'La Diavolo Roso'
features 20 kinds of pizza, 20
kinds of spaghetti, 10 kinds of
homemade ravioli and 11 other
Italian dishes. If pasta and pizza
aren't your bag, there's a full
American menu. Sinbad's at the
foot of St. Clair on the River has
stood the test of time. The menu
features chili, outstanding ham-
burgers, steak sandwiches, soup
and good drinks. The crowd is
fun-loving, especially during
boating season. The line starts
to form early but moves faster
with a drink in your hand. Van
Dyke Place is in an old Indian
Village townhouse that would
cost mega bucks to duplicate in
today's market with cut glass
window lights, crystal chan-
deliers and marble balustrades.
The atmosphere is restrained
and elegant with food cooked to
order.
"Most of the restaurants lited
in the 1980 poll made it on the
top 40 in a 1979 Detroit News
poll. Those not listed above are
the Money Tree, Carl's Chop
House, La Rotisserie, Hyatt Re-
gency, Hotel Dearborn, Aliette's,
New Hellas, ,Mitch's, Machus
Red Fox, Cooper's Arms, Char-
ley's Crab, Little Cafe, Bijou, El
Nibble Nook, Ye Olde Steak
House in Windsor, Golden
Mushroom, Aldo's, L'Auberge de
la Bastille in Windsor, Joey's
Stables, Little Harry's, Chung's,
The Sheik, Stouffer's Northland
(now closed), The Wellington,
Traffic Jam, Tweeny's Cafe
(since closed), La Cuisine in
Windsor, Dearborn Inn, Digger's
(then Clamdiggers). Joe Muer's
topped the list."

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