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September 12, 1986 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-12

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ENTERTAINMENT

DELICATESSEN RESTAURANT
BREAKFAST SPECIAL SEPT. 12 THRU SEPT. 18

BEST OF EVERYTHING

Sun. Till 10 a.m.

Tues.-Sat. Till 11 a.m.

1 78
1 98

• CHEESE OMELETTE
• BAGEL, ROLL OR TOAST $
BREAKFAST SPECIAL 1 DAYS A WEEK TILL 11
• LOX, EGGS & ONIONS
• BAGEL, ROLL OR TOAST $
DINNER SPECIAL SEPT. 12 THRU SEPT. 18
STUFFED CORNISH HEN

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saves your
teeth.
He may also
save your life.

See your dentist regu-
larly. It may save your
life. Cancer of the mouth
kills.about 8,000 Amer-
icans each year who
might have been saved
through early detection
and treatment. So see
your dentist for a com-
plete oral checkup, reg-
ularly.

$488

INCLUDES: SOUP OR SALAD, VEG.
AND BREAD BASKET

10% OFF

Your dentist

SENIOR CITIZENS

(Except Specials & Breakfast)

HOLIDAY ORDERS NOW TAKEN

American
Cancer Society

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

15% Off

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Lunch 11:15 a.m.-3 p.m.
Dinner Starts 5 p.m.
Closed Monday.

ALL FOOD & DRINKS

On Coupon Per Person
FULL SERVICE MENUS INCLUD-
ING: STEAK, FRESH SEAFOOD &
GREAT SANDWICHES.
COCKTAILS & BANQUET AC-
COMODATIONS ALSO AVAIL-
ABLE.

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15%
Off

SUNDAY BRUNCH Currently

Only $5.95 Adults,
$3.95 Children 10 & under

MILLER BEER
PARTY
SEPT. 25

• One Coupon Per Offer
• Not Valid With Other
Discounts. Expires 12-30-86

All-You-Can-Eat Buffet
Including Lunch &
Breakfast Entrees.

RIVER HOUSE

25241 Grand River
At 7 Mile Rd.
Redford Twp.
592-4646

RESTAURANT

GREAT FOOD, SPIRITS
AND SERVICE

15% Off

15% Off

of proper good food is certain
to be in order.
Seating at Encore is 125 at
tables and booths.
Jordan is also considered
among the finest makers of
trays in the deli game ... He
has the experience to back
him ... and thank you letters
by the hundreds.
Money hasn't been spared
in the design and beauty of
Encore Deli-Restaurant .
striped walls, indirect light-
ing bouncing off wood beams,
padded booths, chairs with
wood trim, etc.
Yes, the Encore has taken
a new course ... and custom-
ers will enjoy the journey.
STAGECRAFTERS opens
19867 1987 season with Man
of La Mancha by Dale Was-
serman ... at Stagecrafter-
Baldwin Theater in Royal
Oak, Sept. 12-14, 19-21,
25-28 and Oct. 3-4.
NEW FALL SCHEDULE
at Club Lafayette in Pontiac
opens Sept. 16 - 20 with '50s
rock and roll star, Little An-
thony ... Other groups from
'50s and 60's coming in in-
clude The Crickets, The Plat-
ters, Bill Haley's Comets, The
Marvelettes, The Drifters,
The Four Lads and The Buc-
kinghams All will be ap-
pearing on a weekly basis
through the '86-'87 season.
MAIL DEPT ... "The
name is 'The Place.' The loca-
tion is Woodward Avenue.
The decor is fabulous. The oc-
casion — a wedding for our
Howard and Nancy Marcus. I
want to thank Jay Grunner,
manager, and his wait staff
for 'making our day' perfect.
It is not every day that one
gets the opportunity to work
with a crew that really cares
and makes suggestions that
are most helpful. Our thanks
to Mr. Grunner, his chef and
his crew. Also, not to be for-
gotten is the 'Class Act Or-
chestra'. Their music put the
finishing touches on a perfect
wedding reception. They are
most definitely a 'Class Act'.

Anne & Allen Marcus

A RESTAURANT

Formerly Archibald's

,

'"appearing One

MART

Tuesday Thru Saturday

Monday Evening
Alexander Zonjic Trio

Sunday Evening
Live Entertainment

555 S. Woodward
2 Blks. S. of Birmingham Theatre
642-9400

Casual Dress • Major Credit Cards Accepted • Birmingham Luncheon Shuttle Bus Provided)

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Friday, September 12, 1986 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BOB FOSSE'S razzle-
dazzle muscial, Dancin',
opens Birmingham Theatre's
1986-1987 season with a
four-week engagement Sept.
30 - Oct. 26.
Dancin' opened on Broad-
way in 1978 and features the
music of 25 corriposers . . .
ranging from Bach to Rom-
berg to Sousa to -Nell
Diamond.
It's a sppotacular display of
dancing and singing molded
into a heart-stopping, fOot-
stoniping exhibition Of the.
Broadway musical style de-
scribed as Fosse's genius ...
He is one of a handful of bril-
liant choreographers who also
directs ... Dancin' was his
11th Broadway hit in a row
... In 1973, Fosse won a
Tony award for Pippin, an
Oscar for Cabaret and an
Emmy for Liza With A "Z".
The rest of the Birming-
ham Theatre season includes

Neil Simon's "The Odd
Couple", the new female ver-
sion, Fiddler On The Roof,
Nunsense, Evita and Little
Shop of Horrors.
FARMINGTON AND
FARMINGTON HILLS
Chamber of Commerce and
Farmington Community Cen-
ter are sponsoring Third An-
nual "Taste of Farmington"
at the center, Wednesday,
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. ...
Event which was a big suc-
cess last two years, allows
guests to feast on a varied
selection of foods ... It af-
fords a fine opportunity for
some of the many restaurants
in the two communities to
gain greater visibility while
serving their tastiest dishes.
Tickets are $9, limited in
number, and must be pur-
chased in advance ... For
more info, contact the
Chamber of Commerce, 474-
3440, or the Community Cen-
ter, 477-8404.
HARMONIE PARK
downtown will be trans-
formed into an urban tidepool
today from 5:30 to 10 p.m ...
when Detroit Artists Market
opens its 1986 fall season
with sixth annual "Party In
the Park — An Undersea
Voyage."
Guests will be invited to
become maritime explorers,
greeted by mermaids, sunken
treasures, barrier reefs, and
deep-sea crustaceans ...
Mystic lighting will fill the
tent where 12 of the city's
restaurants will bring sam-
plings of their gourmet fare
for the chef's gala gourmet
buffet . . . plus beer, wine and
after-dinner cordials.
In the park, thematic
music will be provided by two
bands ... Hysteric Narcotics
and Zombie Surfers ... while
Keith Vreeland and Marvin
Kahn will be playing synthe-
sizer and alto clarinet in the
gallery.
A focal point of the evening
will be "eating-seeing-doing"
raffle featuring gift certifi-
cates from over 40 of De-
troit's restaurants and mer-
chants.... Admission is $30
at the door.

Music Club Has
Meeting, Recital

Rosenberg,
Corliss
president of. Music Study
Club. of Metropolitan Detroit,
announces its opening meet-
ing will be held on Tuesday
at-12:15 p.m. at the Birming-
ham.Tepiple.
The program will featiire
recital- by: Glaritha Buggs„
mezzo soprano, and Catherine
Rollin, piano accompanist.
Rollin earned a Bachelor of
Musical Arts degree, with
distinction, University of
Michigan School of Music,
and a Master of Music degree
at Oakland University,
School of Performing Arts.
Professional performances in-
clude appearances with Oak-

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