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February 19, 1988 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-19

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I BEST OF EVERYTHING

Fine Dining In A Contemporary Italian Setting

Platlq MIN114 AKIN TI FAIRE

Entertainment Nightly
Cocktail Hour 5 to 7

Catering For ... Weddings,
Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, etc.

OPERA NITE WITH
ITALIAN BUFFET

SPECIAL BAR-B-Q NITE
EVERY WEDNESDAY

'8 95 per person

Continued from preceding page

6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

$12 95 per person
INCLUDES: BAKED POT. AND SLAW

EVERY MONDAY

6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

111111iNirliMill.W.1311FA.111- 41- 0&1•1111

630 Woodward Bet. Fort & Congress • Detroit 961 2444

*. PAGE

$19.75

Mar. 3, 4, 5, 6

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PATTI

JERRY
VALE

REGULAR MENU ALSO SERVED EVERY NITE

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Club Lido

33330 Plymouth Road, Livonia, Ml 48150
* LIVE ON STAGE!!! -X
it

Complementary Valet Parking
Lunches Served Mon.-Fri. 11 to 4 Dinners Mon.Thurs. 4 to 11, Fri. & Sat til Mid.

The Original *
McGUIRE
&
JACK ir
SISTERS
* JONES

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$19.75

Mar. 10, 11, 12, 13

DONALD
O'CONNOR

ezealieur

&

DEBBIE
REYNOLDS

$22.50

Mar. 17, 18, 19, 20 *

One of Metropolitan Detroit's Most Beautiful
and Exciting Restaurant-Lounges

* BOBBY VINTON * *

$21.75

Mar. 24, 25, 26, 27

* THE TEMPTATIONS *

* $22.50

April 21, 22, 23, 24

TOM JONES ...)‹ *

April 28, 29, 30, May 1
$28.75
•Season Ticket Holders-Use April 7, 8, 9, 10 Tickets

PLAN a fun filled theatre party
for your group or organization.

available for your
favorite occasion every Sunday (all day)
and Saturday from 12 to 5 p.m.

• Bar Mitzvah
• Shower
• Birthday

• Bat Mitzvah
• Banquet
• Sweet 16

Performances Thurs.. Fri. & SaL 8:00 p.m.
Sat. & Sun. Mat. 3:00 p.m.

Charge By Phone . . .V1SA. MC

, (313) 423-6666,

• Wedding
• Anniversary
• Reunion

All Outlets, including Hudson's & AAA

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VISIT OR CALL THE
OMNI BOX OFFICE

pm Wm a

At Omni Boo Office Only

GROUP SALES
1r,Discount
*. ...3
25 Or more.
* All Performances
INDIVIDUAL
••
Sr. Citizen
„,
Special Rates
Sat. Mat. only

Now Open Mon..Sat.
10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Sun.
1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

call your host
PAT ARCHER: 358-3355

(313) 422-6664

28875 Franklin Rd. at Northwestern & 12 Mile
Southfield, MI

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OPEN 7 DAYS I

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Welcome to . . .

Family Dining

27167 GREENFIELD, JUST NORTH OF 11 MILE

559-8222

TWO•FOR•ONE BREAKFAST & LUNCH MENU

Served from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

ALL OMELETTES SERVED WITH HASH BROWNS & TOAST

TWO-FOR-ONE LUNCH & DINNER MENU

Served From 7 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. . .. WITH SOUP OR SALAD. RICE OR POTATOES
• American & Lebanese
• Daily Specials

10% OFF EARLY BIRD NEW MENU!

ANYBODY! ANY AGE!

DINNER SPECIALS

(Except 2 For 1 And Early Bird Specials)

2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

SAME LOW
PRICES!

NO COUPON
NECESSARY!,

Nati

FINE DINING & DPiNCING

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Dining & Spirits

(Former Location of Dimitri's of Southfield)

25080 SOUTHFIELD RD. AT 10 MILE •

ENTRANCE IN REAR •

443-1800

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT TUESDAYS THRU SATURDAYS

Monday Thru Friday 11 a.m. to 12 Mid.

Saturday 4 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Specializing In FRESH SEAFOOD . . . plus Steaks, Chops, Veal, etc.



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BANQUET FACILITIES AVAILABLE ANY DAY FOR ALL OCCASIONS

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1988

I



been appearing at the "Lido"
for over ten years . . . every
Tuesday night.
OPENING NIGHT for
"Musical Monday Nights at
the Kingsley," new series of
live band entertainment
hosted by the Kingsley Inn on
Woodward, has been
rescheduled for March 21.
It'll open with the big band
jazz sounds of Johnny Trudell
and his 16-piece orchestra,
plus featured guest star
vocalist Orthea Barnes.
Johnny and Phil Woolridge,
long-time Detroit music pro-
moter and personal manager
for the Spinners, are produc-
ing "Musical Monday Nights
at the Kingsley," which had
originally been planned to
begin in mid-February.
The doors will open at 7
p.m., with music at 7:30 til
11 p.m. . . . Admission is $7
per person and a cash bar
available.
Each week following the
March 21 opening, the Mon-,
day Night series will
showcase top caliber musi-
cians like Marcus Belgrave,'
Brookeside Jazz Ensemble,
George Benson and
Austin-Moro.
"Musical Monday Nights"
will be in the Grand Ballroom
of Kingsley, with its sunken
marble dance floor and lavish
appointments . . . This is the
first time that Kingsley has
offered a. program of live
entertainment open to the
public on a regular basis .. .
The Grand Ballroom is part of
a $5.5 million addition and
renovation project dedicated
last March . . . Kingsley Inn
celebrates its 50th anniver-
sary this year and has long
been recognized as a hotel
and dining tradition in the
Detroit area.
MIKE DEMBS is owner of
the Video Zone in Warren,
beginning its third year .. .
Previous to his retail ex-
perience, he wrote freelance
film reviews for radio,
newspaper and television.
Mike writes a newsletter,
with cartoons by employee
Dave Davies, with customers
depending on it as a way of
telling if a movie is worth ren-
ting or not . . . Some people
say he is cutting his own
throat by panning movies
that he depends on for a liv-
ing, but Mike believes a
customer will trust you more
if you save them money on a
turkey.
Sorry space doesn't allow all
the reviews, but here's Mike's
best and worst lists for 1987
. . . The best (in order of
preference): 1. River's Edge, 2.
Malewan, 3. Raising Arizona,
4. Tin Men, 5. Broadcast
News, 6. Swimming lb Cam-
bodia, 7. No Man's Land, 8.

Radio Days, 9. The Un-
touchables, 10. The Step-
father . . . Runners Up: Jean
De Florette, Hoosiers, Angel
Heart, Light of Day, The
Bedroom Window and Adven-
tures in Babysitting!
The worst, according to
Mike, who writes: "It was so
hard for me to come up with
one worst movie of the year
since there were so many
losers in 1987. So what I've
done is come up with the top
ten number one worst movies
of the year. Every movie on
this list, in any other year,
would be on the top. Beverly
Hills Cop 2, Fatal Beauty,
Flowers in The Attic, Hello
Again, Like Father, Like Son,
Innerspace, Ishtar, Jaws, The
Revenge, The Princess Bride
and Three Men And A Baby
. . . Runners Up: Prince of
Darkness, Ernest Goes To
Camp, Superman 4, The
Squeeze, Creepshow 2, My
Demon Lover, Extreme Pre-
judice, Over The Top and
Critical Condition."

RESTAURANT AND
NITERY "Sleeper" . . . T.K.'s

Dining and Spirits at former
Dimitri's locale on Southfield
and Ten Mile . . . vastly
underrated . . . When the
Dimitri's of Southfield sign is
finally approved to come off
the roof and replaced with the
"T.K.'s Dining and Spirits"
perhaps people will be con-
vinced it is definitely under
new ownership.
Owner Tom Kelly is slowly
but surely turning his T.K.'s
ship around in the right direc-
tion . . . It's getting to be the
place to go for good food,
music and dancing . . . (Ask
folks like Toby and Manny
Chudnow, Edee Moss, etc.)
Now, with the Kevin Garber
Trio for dancing Tuesday
through Saturday in the
lounge, T.K.'s is attaining a
niche . . . Kevin is on the bass
guitar and vocals (he's
Bunker's son), Vince James
on piano is Billy Rose's
nephew, and Aaron Chick on
drums round out a lot of good
listening and dancing
musical talent.
LOOK FOR a name
change at Restaurant
Duglass in Farrell Shoppping
Plaza on Southfield Rd. . . .
Owner Douglas Grech is ex-
pected to call it Brasserie
Duglass.

FOURTH ANNUAL

Cuisine Extraordinare by
Children's Hospital of
Michigan Auxiliary is Feb.
28, 6 to 9 p.m. at the Rooster-
tail on Jefferson . . . It'll
feature international food
prepared by members of the
Chef de Cuisine Association,
with 18 participating chefs
delighting palates with hot
and cold hors d'oeuvres.

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