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July 26, 1985 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-07-26

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Friday, July 26, 1985 47

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Lunch 11 a.m.

Dinner 4 p.m.-1 a.m.

The Best in Dining

CARL'S

Banquet Facilities '

leader of the United Mine Work-
ers.
"The CIO was born. Auto work-
ers in Flint went out on strike.
Ford Motor Co. goons stalked
unionists Walter Reuther and
Richard Frankenstein. But labor
eventually got its way."
JAN DRAKE'S Of West
Bloomfield, Northwestern and 14
Mile, which has gained such great
popularity for its salads, sand-
wiches and pasta dishes, will
celebrate its first anniversary in
August.
SERO'S on Northwestern is
celebrating anniversary number
two.
BACK IN 1974, James Beard,
one of America's top food authors,
wrote, "Our best (U.S.) restaurant
cities were New York, Los
Angeles, San Francisco and De-
troit."
Quite a compliment coming
from someone so learned in the
field of restaurant dining . . .
Since then, many authorities
have said that Metropolitan De-
troit is still among the nation's
best restaurant cities.
THEY TELL ABOUT the vet-
eran vaudeville monologist who
was playing gin rummy at pool-
side of Miami Beach hotel when
tough old drama critic fell out of a
window six stories above . . . As
the critic catapulted downward,
he spotted the vaudevillian below
and hollered, "Catch me, Sam,
catch me!" . . . "Nothing doing,"
Sam hollered back firmly. "Did
you catch me at Loew's Granada
last week?" . . . (There's a moral
somewhere in this story for
hard-nosed restaurant critics).
LOOKING BACK ON restau-
rants of yesteryears . . . Safari
Land . . . The A-Z Safari Land,
5830 Conner, featured wild game
dinners . . . like broiled boa con-
strictor, African lion steaks and
alligator tails.
The pantry shelf was full of
goodies from the African veldt,
but, even though the preparations
were excellent, they were not
recommended for the timid . . . It
also had an American menu for
the faint hearted.
For the adventurous, a good
dinner might have started out
with fresh baby bees in drawn
butter .. . For your entree, you
might have chosen the iguana
dinner ; .. if you gave three days
notice ... If iguana did not fit your
mood, you might have tried the
stuffed diamond back rattles-
nake, breast of crow or monkey
with fingers.
For an exotic dessert the
suggestion could have been choco-
late covered ants.
OVERHEARD ... At Nicky's,
"At a party, there are two kinds of
people - those who want to go
home early and those who want to
be the last ones in the place. Trou-
ble is they're always married to
each other ... at Roman Terrace,
"Have you noticed that the perfo-
rated area of our postage stamp is
stronger than the stamp itself?"
- at Rialto, "She's got more
chins than a Chinese telephone
directory" . . . at Golden Palace,
"He discovered a surefire way to
save money. He forgets who he's
borrowed it from."

Entertainment Nightly

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33026 NORTHWESTERN HWY. at 14 Mlle • Park Place Plaza
West Bloomfield

PHOENIX

855-4001

FAMILY RESTAURANT
23041 COOLIDGE N. OF 9 MILE RD. • OAK PARK • 542-2799

immsomssim COUPON mousessisoi•onissin

OPEN 7 DAYS - MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 6:30 a.m.-9 p.m.
SUNDAY 8 a.m.-9 p.m.
SATURDAY 7 a.m.-9 p.m.

OFF

BREAKFAST SPECIALS SERVED ALL DAY)

ANY LARGE PIZZA

ADDITIONAL CHARGE OF 20 CENTS AFTER REGULAR HOURS

WE ALSO FEATURE DAILY LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS

10%
OFF SENIOR CITIZENS AFTER 4 p.m.
mursuum.maimimi

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COUPON

With Coupon • Pickup Only • 1 Coupon Per Order • Expires 8-8-85
maw ow

• CHICAGO PIZZA
• B.B.Q/FRIED CHICKEN
• B.B.O. RIBS

Hot. Mild or Honey Basted

. . 2 FOR 1

AN is
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Chicago Pizza / B•E3•00

Concourse, Top of Troy • 755 W. Gig Beaver

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GEN G MOM'S

Reservations, 362-1262

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HOVE

833-0700
3020 Grand River
Free Parking
Nationally known for serving 4-H Prize Blue Ribbon
Steak and Chops. Finest Seafood and Liquors.
Private Dining Rooms for Banquets and Parties
Serving daily from 11:30 - Sunday from 12 noon

.

.

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• SALADS
BEVERAGES

in cans or 2 liter bottles



HAMBURGERS

STROH'S ICE CREAM

.

.

1
With This Coupon . . . After 4 p.m.
Good 7 Days A Week . . . Dine In Only-No Carry Out
I
I
I • BROILED WHITEFISH Oat.

.

•• • • • • • • • • • • • • • ••
I


$595
1
w/Pot.
FOR I 1

•SHRIMP IN THE BASKET
'TWO! 1 • 22740 WOODWARD, Just South of 9 Mile YS •
• Ferndale • COCKTAILS • 544-7933 •
PIE voice
BBQ PLATTER
.111.1. ABOVE ALSO INCLUDE: SALAD OR COLE SLAW, BREAD & BUTTER 1 •

• COMBINATION
1/2 BAR-B-Q CHICKEN & BAR-B-Q RIBS



• 6.9

• I OPEN 7 DAYS I
Sa A E e 111


$4.50 . $5.50
virir•
$525 . $6.25 •

ON OUR BEAUTIFUL
LI
$5.65 ... $6.65 •

ALREADY LOW-PRICED TRAYS
$4.25 . $5.25
$3.95 ... $4.95 •
!
MEAT OR DAIRY

$5.55 •
With-This Coupon
$4.25 ... $5.25

JN
$4.25 ... $5.25 •

• 10 Minimum Order
•One Per Person
$5.55 •
Iloommosaunomemmemoommil
$4 25
$5.25

jts
$5.75 . $6.75 •

WE HAVE TIE FINEST
$6.75 ... $7.75 •
$6.50 ... $7.50

CARRY-OUT SELELMON IN
$3.95 • • • $4.95 •

$7.50 ... $8.50
DEU FOODS
$4.50 ... $5.50 •

$4.75 ... $5.75 •
AVAILABLE AT ALL MIES!

$4.25 . $5.25
$5.55 •

DAYS
7
a.m.
to
1
7
10
p.m.
OPEN

• CHARGE
AT NO EXTRA




24555 W. 12 MILE, Just Westof Telegraph, Southfield




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1 • SHISH KEBOB aim & Cori
I• NEW YORK STRIP STEAK

• 1

1

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Monday - Thursday 11 am 10 pm
Friday & Saturday 11 am - Midnite
Sunday 1 PM - 9 PM

CARRY OUT
& DELIVERY

1

w/Frend Fries

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WITH CHOICE OF POTATO OR SPAGHETTI 8 CHOICE
OF TOSSED SALAD OR SMALL GREEK SALAD

Regular

8-course

REG. MEAL 8-COURSE MEAL

1 Expires 8-10-85

TAR DELI

FRESH BROILED WHITE FISH
BROILED FRESH STUFFED FLOUNDER
FRESH- BROILED PICKEREL
FRESH Hu & CHIPS
BAR-B-Q CHICKEN
$4 55
ROAST FRESH TURKEY w/or•sin
BONELESS BREAST OF CHICKEN
BABY BEEF LIVER W/Oldiss ff
$4.55 ...
BREADED VEAL CUTLET warm army
BOILED CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE dirs. leiy)
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF a
FRIED JUMBO SHRIMP
FROG LEGS Roadhouse Style
BAKED NEAT LOAF Winks. Saks Mors. isly) .
10 Oz: PRIZE N.Y. SIRLOIN STEAK
CHOPPED SIRLOIN •are* lksirose sues
VEIL PARMESAN
SPIRO PIE
• $4.55 . ..
BAKED LASAGNA mut sin
YOUR CHOICE OF SMALL GREEK
OR TOSSED SALAD
WITH REG. OR 8-COURSE MEAL

MINN NUL NICUMEff
AMS VV.
COOL. IMMATATS,VISETAIII , MEE
NAM a VICKI, OM IN TEA, MCI OF
MUST iftrawbony Clonseake, Better
Mae w bib la Craw Na NIi.0 w

REM MEAL DICLUOINI:
ONCE V SAUllaturordL
POTATO MI
IPAUfffIL UNA MAO
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