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January 30, 1987 - Image 61

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-30

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LENNY IS BACK!

The Best in Dining _

NOW OWNER AND OPERATOR OF

CARL

'S HCOHUOSPE

833-0700

3020 Grand River

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Free Parking

Nationally known for serving 4-H Prize Blue Ribbon

Steak and Chops. Finest Seafood and Liquors.

parties being given at many
Oriental restaurants . . .
Oceania Inn at Meadowbrook
Village Mall in Rochester has
four-person minimum, $8.95
adults and children $3.95 for
nine-course dinner through
Feb. 3 . . . No charge for tradi-
tional Lion Dance which lasts
about 10 minutes at 6:30 and
7:30 p.m.
IT'S LIKE AREBIRTH .. .
the new Maxwell's Restaurant
and Lounge at Holiday Inn of
Farmington Hills on W. Ten
Mile Rd. . . . New menu plus
new decor that features a mod-
ified art deco look highlighted
by etched glass divider to give
the room more intimacy.
Executive chef of the hotel,
Chef George Dolph, Culinary
Institute of America grad, is
responsible for the new varied
menu.
Pam Wallace is dinner
pianist while a trio is featured
on weekends.
SMASH HIT MUSICAL
Nunsense currently playing in
New York, arrives at the Bir-
mingham Theatre for a four-
week engagement, Feb.
6-March 8, starring Peggy
Cass.
Nunsense is a zany, uproari-
ous happy-go-lucky musical
which features five nuns of the
order of the Little Sisters of
Hoboken, affectionately called
"the little hoboes." . . . In des-
perate need of money for their
convent, they present a musi-
cal production which displays
the many unexpected singing,
dancing and comedic talents of
the nuns.

Private Dining Rooms for Banquets and Parties
Serving daily from 11:30 — Sunday from 2 p.m

All beei
aged in
our own
coolers

Open
Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-8:30 p.m.
Sat. 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
Closed Sundays
and Holidays

DELI AND RESTAURANT

21754 W. 11 Mile at Lahser In Harvard Row Mall

Lunch 11 a.m.

352-4940

Dinner 4 p.m.-1 a.m

Banquet Facilities

NOW APPEARING
TUES. THRU SAT.

CATERS TO YOUR EVERY NEED

• Bar & Bat Mitzvahs
• All Occasions

• Company Parties
* Featuring Chef John Szeged'

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Let the experts plan your party

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BLACK TIE

TEENS — WE WANT YOU!

EVERY FRIDAY NITE
IS TEEN NITE

Reservations

THE BEST TEEN CLUB IN TOWN!

FAMILY DINING

AT ITS BEST
FOR LESS! .

Call Kim, Banquet Mgr.

RIALTO Restaurant

851-2990 or 531-7371

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Lemon Peel

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The Best Place to Dine is
Also the Best Place to Unwind

NEW MENU!

• Moderately Priced - Daily Lunch and Dinner Specials

• Now More Comfortable and Spacious for Your Dining
Pleasure

Magical Matt
To Perform At JCC

362-1262

Concourse. Top of Troy • 755 W. Big Beaver

7:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.

NEW DECOR!

22740 WOODWARD Just South of 9 -• 544-7933
Ferndale • COCKTAILS • OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

MON
TUES.

WEEKLY SUPER SPECIALS

Home-Style Stuffed Cabbage
$ 4.50
Baked Chicken W/Rice
$ 4.25
Boiled Polish Sausage W/Sauerkraut
$3.95
Baked Salisbury Steak
$ 4.50
WED
Braised Beef Tenderloin Tips
$ 4.50
Roast Leg of Lamb W/Dressing
$4.75
THURS.
Broiled Corned Beef & Cabbage
$ 4.50
Baked Meat Loaf W/Mushroom Sauce
$ 4.25
FRI.
Braised Short Ribs
$4.55
Shrimp a la Creole W/Rice
$5.95
Salmon Patties
$ 4.25
SAT & SUN.
Roast Leg of Lamb W/Rice Pilaf
$4.75
Baked Swiss Steak W/Onion Sauce
$4.95
ABOVE DINNERS INCLUDE CHOICE OF POTATO, TOSSED SALAD OR GREEK
SALAD, BREAD BASKET AND BUTTER.
*8-COURSE ALSO AVAILABLE

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Ze"ft Peel

Magical Matt Jacobson
brings his magic show to the
main Jewish Community Cen-
ter at 2 p.m. Feb. 8 in the Aaron
DeRoy Theatre.
The program will include
two Houdini-type escapes and
Las Vegas-style illusions.
Magical Matt is the nation's
youngest professional award-
winning magician. Now 15, he
has been performing magic
tricks and illusions since age 7.
For information, call the
center 661-1000, ext. 342 or
344.

HOURS: Monday - Saturday 11-2 a.m., Closed Sunday

575 S. Hunter (Woodward) • .Birmingham • 644-0588

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By August Wilson

Directed by Lavinia Moyer • Musical Direction by Miche Braden

HELD OVER THRU FEB. 15TH!

Featuring Detroit area jazz and blues greats ...

RAYSE BIGGS • THOMAS "Dr. Beans" BOWLES
LaVERNA MASON • DON MAYBERRY • EARL VAN DYKE

"a wonderful surprise . . . resonates with Detroit musical history."

Water Color
Winners Named

Stanley Rosenthal captured
the top prize in the 1987
awards of the Michigan Water
Color Society Annual Exhibi-
tion. Rosenthal's work, Ameri-
can Dreams, took the $1,000
prize, provided by the Arts
Foundation of Michigan.
The King, by Bertha Cohen
of Bloomfield Hills, also won a
prize.

Breakfast Specials
Lunches
Dinners
Tray Catering

Edward Hayman, Detroit News

Now Appearing

ALLURE

Tuesday Thru Saturday

"a grand show . . . alive with jazz's old music and Wilson's
new melodies of sentences."

Entertainment Also Sunday & Monday Evenings

Lawrence DeVine, Detroit Free Press
Performances: Thursdays and Fridays, 8:00 p.m.
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A t-.1 Saturdays, 5:30 p.m. & 9:00 p.m.
4- P- Sundays,-2:30 p.m. & 6:30 p.m.

2 Blocks S. of Birmingham Theatre

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A RESTAURANT

Sponsored by the Arts Foundation of Michigan and the Ex-Cell-0 Corporation with additional support
from the Michigan Council for the Arts and the Detroit Council of the Arts.

[THE AT R Ej

For tickets and information: 875-8284 (VISA/MasterCard)
Or, purchase tickets at all TicketWorld Outlets
Group Sales Information: 875-8285

7339 Third Ave. and W. Grand Blvd. In the New Center Theatre District

555 S. Woodward Ave.

642-9400

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

Private Banquet Facilities

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