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February 12, 1988 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-12

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OPEN 7 DAYS

Nil; S 1 1 0 1N. p.m.

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7 a.m
FRANKUN
SHOPPING CENTER

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Northwestern N.

WINTER SPECIALS

bars are a great alternative to
burgers.
"The Mexican food business
is realizing its potential. They
serve beef, cheese, tomato and
lettuce but throw in a tortilla
and just enough spice so if
you close your eyes, you won't
think you're at Burger King.
"Pizza popularity continues
to increase with home deli-
very. Does diversity mean
nutrition? In some cases, yes.
The McD.L.T. adds a small
amount of fiber and vitamin-
containing vegetables to its
old burger.
"If menu diversification,
convenient location and chic
decor aren't enough to lure
you in, restaurants also
saturate the airwaves with
commercials.
"As restaurants proliferate,
so do concerns about health
and about diets on fried meat,
fried potatoes and soft drinks.
"The fast food industry is
becoming bigger and more
diverse. According to some,
this means fewer independent
restaurants and more empty
wrappers littering the neigh-
borhoods. Others say the com-
petition, concern about
calories and fats and other
factors seem to say that fast
food companies will have to
do creative things to lure
customers.
"The industry talks about
dinner and special foods to at-
tract diners who don't con-
sider fast foods a satisfying
meal. Frozen dinners, super-
market delis and salad bars
are waging a counterattack
on the franchised restaurants.
Pizza delivered to the door is
gaining more and more
popularity..
"Home-delivered burgers
and chicken don't hold up in
delivery. It's likely some fast
food restaurants will start a
phone-ahead order system.
"Fast food companies may
offer nutritious food that
tastes good. A vegetarian fast
food restaurant opened in
California with soybean, dou-
ble decker vegetarian sand-
wiches, tofu and frozen
yogurt. Many chains are offer-
ing salad bars with a large
variety of vegetables and
fruit.
"The surge of Mexican-style
fast food foreshadows Italian
and Chinese fast food. Fast
food restaurants have come a
long way since they sold ham-
burgers and fries for 25 cents.
But they could go even fur-
ther. Burgers and fries still
don't rate up there with broc-
coli as food of the week.
"If you're planning a trip to
Europe, or even if you're just
dreaming about it, Europe A
La Carte by Bill and Marjorie
Bourne is informative
reading.

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358-2353
MON.-TRIMS. 3 TO 10 p.m.

MON....BAKED LAMB OR
LIVER & ONIONS

TUES....BROILED HADDOCK OR
BROILED CHICKEN

'4.99

'4.99

WED....LEG OF LAMB OR
HAMBURGER STEAK

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

'4.99

'4.99

NEW COMBOS
FOR TWO

NEW SPECIALS INCLUDE: COP OF SOUP OR
TOMATO MIL DU SALAD & DESSERT
(rice millet ice cream baklava)

If you think you're having a
heart attack, think out loud.

I COUPON

2 DINNERS
FOR $14.95
With This Coupon

Prime MENU
Time Dinin

GOOD ONLY AT OUR SOUTHFIELD LOCATION

he Twilight Dining Club is an exclusive menu featuring some of our most popular en-
trees. Each dinner is served with Mountain Jack's fresh salad bar, homemade soup, a loaf
of bread and choice of rice pilaf, pan-roasted redskins or baked potato. Entrees from the Twilight
Dining Menu may be ordered anytime by 6:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and by 4:00
p.m. on Sunday.
All Entrees $9.95

• Prime Rib • Stuffed Filet Mignon • Fresh Grilled Swordfish
• Gourmet Stuffed Shrimp • Teriyaki Chicken Breast • Catch Of The Day

Child's Meal $4.95

We feature on request a child's cheeseburger, fries and a beverage.

OUNTAIN
CK'S

Expires Feb. 25, 1988

Reservations
Suggested

Ow:

BEEF • SEAFOOD • SPIRITS

Chest discomfort that lasts longer than
two minutes is nothing to fool around
with. Play it safe and ask someone to
get you to a hospital emergency room—
immediately.

26855 GREENFIELD S. of 11 Mile • Southfield • 557-0570

JN

GLATT KOSHER

°American Heart Association

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE

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LOCATED IN THE CROSSWINDS MALL AT ORCHARD LAKE AND LONE PINE RD
West Bloomfield
Tues.-Thurs. 5-10 p.m.
Reservations Suggested
Fri. & Sat. 5-12 Mid.
851-5540
Sun. 4-9 p.m.

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any "Dinner
To introduce you to the fine quality
dining

Banquet and
Party Facilities
Available

at the Kingsley Inn, we honor
a ny
rest through
Club„ card from
you dine with us Sunday** through
Thursday until 11 p.m. during February.
to sample our restaurant--
hotel dining in the area
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It's
Monthly"
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by "Detroit quired.
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ON JEFFERSON

Detroit's First & Newest Restaurant & Night Club

Presents



The Finest In Italian Cuisine

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Featuring

Homemade Dishes

• Joey's Filet of Sole
• Pasta Primavera
Chicken
Florentine

Sauteed Veal Siciliano

Plus Many Other Dining Specialties

Dinner music 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Top 40 dance music and our
New York-Style Light Show 11 p.m. to 2 a.m.

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'Woodward at Long talce Road • Bloom

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*One complimentary dinner provided when
or greater value is purchased.

* f;scludes Valentines Day Sun. f eb 0

Indoor Valet Parking

7909 East Jefferson at Van Dyke

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