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December 11, 1987 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-12-11

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The Pike Street Restaurant

7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

and

FRANKLIN
SHOPPING CENTER

Chef Brian Polcyn

liortiwesteri N. of 12

WINTER

358-2353
SPECIALS — MON.-THURS. 3 TO 10 p.m.

MON....BAKED LAMB OR
LIVER & ONIONS

TUES....BROILED HADDOCK OR
BROILED CHICKEN

WED....LEG OF LAMB OR
HAMBURGER STEAK

THURS....BAR-B-Q CHICKEN OR
SPINACH PIE

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NEW COMBOS
FOR TWO

MITCH'S II

BANQUET ROOMS
AVAILABLE FOR
ANY OCCASION

From 100 to 400

Invite You To

MAKE YOUR
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NOW

FINE DINING . . . CATERING . . . BANQUET FACILITIES

Let Us Help You Plan Your Holiday Party

Call For Further
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18 West Pike Street off Wide Track (Woodward) • Pontiac

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We Can Assist Your Party Needs With
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Cocktails To A Sitdown Black Tie Affair

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Your Host: Bill Mitchell
Your Hostess: Juanita

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Veal, Seafood, Chicken, Steak and
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Enjoy A Complete Dining Experience

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Sunday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

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Live Music Friday and Saturday

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In The Drake-Summit Shopping Center • West Bloomfield
Reservations: 661-1920

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1987

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served at Rialto on Christmas
Day . . . That's the only day of
the year Rialto is closed.

BROADWAY HIT Tango
Argentino which opened to

rave reviews on Broadway
and is now in its second suc-
cessful year on the road,
opens at Fisher Theatre, Dec.
19 through Jan. 10.
Tango Argentino, the show
that came from Paris to New
York for one week and stayed
for an entire season, won
three Tony nominations and
hasbroken attendance
records from Los Angeles to
Miami, from Washington,
D.C. to San Francisco.
Its original Broadway cast
will be at the Fisher.
RITA GRACE, owner of
Daly's Restaurants in
Romulus, Plymouth, Livonia,
Westland and Dearborn,
recently gave coupons
redeemable for a hamburger
or hot dog with a medium size
drink to the first 5Q donors
who gave blood at an
American Red Cross blood
donor center.
The gift was her way of say-
ing "thank you" for suppor-
ting the community's blood
supply on a day when many
people were more concerned
with holiday shopping than
donating blood.
The centers didn't have to
be in a commune where she
owned a restaurant . . . it
could be anywhere.

DEBBIE REYNOLDS

RESERVE NOW FOR YOUR
HOLIDAY PARTIES

OLIVERIO'S

Rialto

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Support the

March of Dimes

BIRTH DEFECTS FOUNDATION

and Donald O'Connor, stars of
Singing In The Rain and
many other MGM classics,
will sing and dance to benefit
the Michigan Cancer Founda-
tion at its annual dinner May
6, at the Westin Hotel.
This marks the sixth year of
MCF's celebrity-filled, black-
tie event which raises
thousands of dollars for the
state's only institute devoted
solely to cancer research,
prevention and patient
programs.
Honorary chairpersons for
the dinner are Jody and Don
Peterson . . . Marcia and Gene
Applebaum are dinner
chairpersons.
For more information on
the MCF annual dinner, call
Liz Mitchell, 833-0710.

HOLIDAY CABARET

musical at Attic Theatre on
Third at W. Grand Blvd. runs
through Dec. 31 with
songsters Sheri Nichols and
Miche Braden.
Tonight is opening night by
Attic Theatre, which was
founded in 1975 and is
Detroit's leading resident pro-
fessional non-profit theater
company.
DESSERT LOVERS who
think that a healthy diet
means giving up sweet treats
can take heart . . . there is a

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