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May 13, 1988 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-13

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BEST OF EVERYTHING

NOW OPEN FOR
DINNER!!

7 DAYS A WEEK 'TIL 9 P.M.

NEW DINNER SPECIALS!

NOW OPEN FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCH & DINNER

I

NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY SUNRISE CAFE

I

10%

SENIOR
CITIZENS
DISCOUNT

SUNSHINE CAFE

Cruising And Dining
On The River Returns

15600 10 MILE AT GREENFIELD (New Orleans Mall) 552-1100

THE

RIBIESERY

I WELL DRINKS 99 0 ... CALL DRINKS

$1.49 ...

1850 E. 12 MILE

AT DEQUINDRE, Warren

Together,
there's so much
good we can do.

543-8181

DRAFT BEER (12 oz.) 69 0 I

OPEN MOTHER'S DAY 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

A

B AVARIAN-STYLE

BROASTED OR BBQ CHICKEN FOR (2)....$5.90
BROILED WHITEFISH OR HADDOCK FOR®
$9. 90
N.Y. STRIP STEAK (8 OZ. EACH) FOR®
$9. 90
FULL SLAB BBQ BABY BACK RIBS
$9.95
FULL SLAB BEEF BACK RIBS FOR®...$7.95 ( 1/2 SLAB) $4.95)
FULL SLAB BBQ RIBS FOR (2). ... $10.95 (1/2 SLAB). $5.95)

ALL ABOVE INCLUDES: SOUP, COLE SLAW, CHOICE OF POT., ROLLS

5TH ANNIVERSARY SUMMER SPECIAL

• TOAST — SPLIT OF MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE
• APPETIZER — SHRIMP LOUIS
• MAIN COURSE—POACHED SALMON

Eat less
saturated
fats.

W/CUCUMBER DILL SAUCE

OR
STUFFED VEAL TENDERLOIN
• DESSERT — ICE CREAM ROULADE

June thru August, dinner hours only

WERE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

$ 19 95per pers.

Concourse, Top of Troy Bldg. • 725 W. Big Beaver at 1.75

American Heart
Association

MOTHER'S DAY SPECIALS AT CHICK 'N RIBS

THIS SUNDAY, MAY 8

ROSE & A PIECE OF CAKE FOR ALL MOTHERS

7 .1

/WM..

COMPARE ANYWHERE! ... IF YOU WANT THE BEST — GIVE USA TEST!

WHOLE
BROASTED
OR
BAR-B-Q

ASTED

I FR1:SAT. 1141

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CHICKEN
FOR 2
$795

Exp ires 5-20- 88

R

I DINE IN & CARRY-OUT AVAILABLE

OPEN 7 DAYS-SUNAHURS 11.10

118 SOUTH WOODWARD • ROYAL OAK

JUST NORTH OF 10 MILE NEXT TO ZOO

544-1211

QUALITY AND CONSISTENCY IS OUR PRIORITY!

OPEN 7 DAYS I

Dining
Family Dinin

Welcome to . . .

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

IO% OFF EARLY BIRD NEW MENU!

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ANYBODY! ANY AGE!

2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

(Except 2 For 1 And Early Bird Specials)

70

FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1988

DINNER SPECIALS

2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

SAME LOW
PRICES!

NO COUPON
NECESSARY

beautiful day and
evening . . . smooth
waters, fine hors
d'oeuvres, excellent service
. . . and wonderful company.
The combination for a
grand time was on the recent
second-day cruise aboard Star
of Detroit . . . marking it's
fifth anniversary of
cruise/dining along the
Detroit River and Lake St.
Clair.
Surrounded on both sides
by skylines of Detroit and
Windsor . . . as the shimmer-
ing waters glistened during
this made-to-order day and
evening, the Star of Detroit
cruise was an event of fun as
the Chuck Robinette Trio
played.
Weather powers-that-be
cooperated immensely . . .
Heidi Press and Dennis Good-
man were fun to be with .. .
Two decks filled with people
having a great time . . . Ser-
vice the kind you'd expect on
a cruise . . . nothing but good.
Wine and champagne as
you boarded . . . Employee
lineup along the gangplank
on both sides bidding you a
cheerful "come back again"
when you left.
Hors d'oeuvres on self-serve
tables plus being passed .. .
deviled chicken with edible
flowers, deviled Onki
mushrooms, morel
mushrooms and trumpet
mushrooms, steak tartare,
deviled turkey with herbs
from Chef Tim Enfield's
garden at home (he worked
with Chef Carole Haskins at
the Great Dane), cold
canapes, seafood terrine, crab
claws, shrimp, oysters on the
half shell, clams, black and
red caviar, baked brie in
phyllo, chicken kabob, Cajun
beef tips, oysters wrapped
with bacon, etc.
Almost 300 people ate and
had a merry time aboard the
Star of Detroit cruise/dining
ship which departs from the
foot of Hart Plaza . . . and
returns after two to three
hours of a luxurious and
delightful time.

The merriment began when
Director of Sales R.J.
Belanger put name stickers of
famous people on everybody's
back . . . Others gave hints as
to who they were and the tags
removed only when name was
correctly guessed.
The white tablecoth
elegance, food galore, impec-
cable service, live music,
dance floor and leisurely

cruise along the city's water-
front was a regaling
experience.
Two-to-three-hour cruises
are daily for lunch, brunch,
dinner and cocktails only .. .
It accomodates 360 passen-
gers for lunch, brunch and
dinner, while 500 can enjoy
the cocktail cruise.
Interesting note . . . Star of
Detroit and Pacific Princess
you've seen on TV's "Love
Boat" have something in
common other than floating
on water . . . Both were
designed by the firm of Knud
E. Hansen of Copenhaggen,
Denmark, which also refur-
bished the Norway.
So next time you feel like
taking a cruise but don't have
time . . . make believe in a
real way aboard the Star of
Detroit . . . My previous
Caribbean one was a disaster
. . . This three-hour sojourn
on the Detroit River was a joy.
TAKEOVER OF what will
be the former Elizabeth's
Restaurant in Northville .. .
by new owners Al and son
Chef Jeff Valenti of Maria's in
West Bloomfield, should be
sometime in June.
New name will be Valenti's
Little Italy, seating 48, about
the same as their Maria's din-
ing spot which will remain.
The new Valenti's Little Ita-
ly will have the same style of
cooking on white tablecloths
as the Maria's operation (ex-
cept no pizza) . . . Chef Jack _
Salemi at Elizabeth's about a
year, will remain . . . Doug
and Elizabeth Campbell's last
day is May 14.
PASSOVER may be over,
but you couldn't tell by the
amount of fried matza sold at
Irving's Deli in La Mirage
Mall on Northwestern Hwy.
. . . Rose Guttman says it still
serves more than anyone
around.
Irving's is now open seven
days a week, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
. . . No dinners . . . Also serv-
ing mucho French toast and
the big $1.98 favorite of lox,
eggs and onions.
RUBY D restaurant in
Sugar Tree, Orchard Lake Rd.
north of Maple, is expected to
be opened by this weekend.
The art deco motif, with
reconditioned Wurlitzer juke
box of the '40s and salamis
hanging all about, will be a
self-serve operation . . . People
give their orders, take a
number and sit down . . .
Number or name is called out
when food is ready for pickup
. . . Busboys will help bring it
to the tables.
TONY ORLANDO comes
to Detroit May 19 to visit his

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