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September 23, 1988 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-23

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ROYAL EAGLE DINING IN
OLD WORLD ELEGANCE

Enjoy
European Cuisine Dinners

Sunday 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Wed. thru Sat. 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

6-Course Gourmet
Table Service Brunch

of two — daughter Karen, 20,
will be a junior at Boston
University this fall, majoring
in English literature. Son
Tbny, 18, will be a freshman
at the University of Oregon.
He is interested in business.
What do they think of their
father's avocation?
"I think they dig it . . . I
think that the kids are proud
of the fact that I do it," says
Shapiro. "Both the kids are
music fans. My daughter one
time said to me that she
thought she was a reincar-
nated '50s child. She loves the
early stuff, particularly the
Motown sounds of the
Supremes are her favorite .. .
"My son, his tastes and in-
terests are every bit as-involv-
ed as mine. I think if he had
the income that I have, he'd
have the same number of CDs
that I do. He's really commit-
ted to it.'
Even at 51, Shapiro re-
mains committed to the
music generally associated
with youth. "I think the effect
is pretty much the same. I
may be 51, numerically, but
in my soul I still think of
myself as being pretty
youthful. I still go to concerts,
I still go out to clubs and hear
new music and dance. And it
makes me happy. It brings me
joy. It turns me on."

Sunday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

S1295adults

Closed Mon. and Tues.

DELIcate K
Palate

GLATT KOSHER CARRY-OUT

CALL FOR OUR WEEKLY SPECIALS

HOURS: SUN. THRU THURS. 11 a.m. 7 p.m., FRI. 10:30

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SPECIALIZING IN
TRAYS FOR
ALL OCCASIONS

a.m. -4 p.m., CLOSED SATURDAY

5564 DRAKE RD BET. MAPLE & WALNUT RDS. • WEST BLOOMFIELD
IN THE DRAKE SUMMIT SHOPPING CENTER

661-1221

Under supervision of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis

8 & under

331-8088

Reservations Suggested

FREE DINNER

EQUAL OR LESSER VALUE

WITH PURCHASE OF ANY 3 DINNERS
FREE SODA POP FOR CHILDREN

SOUTHFIELD LOCATION ONLY

1111/

Remember When?

WING HONG
569-5527

18203 W. 10 Mile Rd. at Southfield Rd. •

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DETROIT

Italian American Dining At Its Finest

Mon.-Fri. 11 to 11

Sat. 4 to 12 Mid.

Sun. 2 to 11

The New Palace
of Auburn Hills
presents

Plus Our Great Food and
Beautiful Atmosphere,
Enjoy
Live Entertainment
7 Nights A Week

Banquet Facilities Available

4222 Second Blvd.
Bet. Willis & Canfield

I GOING PLACES

Valet
Parking

833-9425

GARAI

Continued from Page 63

DINNER*

LUNCH

5-9, admission. 541-6430.
OPEN DOOR THEATER
COMPANY
Westminster Church,
Hubbell, Detroit, Chinamen
and Signs of the Times, by
deaf, hearing impaired and
hearing actors, using sign
language and voice
simultaneously, Sunday,
admission. 478-7167 (voice)
or 941 - 5213 (TDD).
VILLAGE PLAYERS
Hunter and Chestnut,
Birmingham, The Odd
Couple, today through
Sunday, Sept. 30-Oct. 1,
admission. 644-2075.

Monday-Friday
11 a.m.-3 p.m.

*DINNER will be served to the public
on NON-EVENT NIGHTS ONLY.

LA 04U A

Monday-Thursday
5 p.m.-9:30 p.m.
Friday-Saturday
5 p.m.-1O:30 p.m.

N A G A E

a, awe

The Palace Lounge invites you

"AFTER HOURS"

Monday-Friday 4:30-7:30 (non-event nights)
Featuring: A Selection of HOT HORS D'OEUVRES
and DAILY DRINK SPECIALS

BAR

M U S IC

BRUNCH WITH BACH
Detroit Institute of Arts,
Kresge Court, Daniel
Foster, violin, and Maria
Kardas Barda, piano,
Sunday; "Detroit
Jazzamerica," with Dizzy
Gillespie, Thursday at DIA
Theater, admission.
832-2730.
DETROIT SYMPHONY
Ford Auditorium, Detroit,
Leslie Dunner conducting
(University Cultural
Continued on Page 67

FROM HOMEMADE SOUPS 10 KUGELS 70 COMPLETE MEALS!

$795 children

THE ROYAL EAGLE
1/2 Blks. N. of Jefferson

1415 Parker, 1 Blk. East of Van Dyke & 2
In Historic Indian Village

The

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U AN AC AH

Sunday Brunch 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

In addition to our regular menu,
available from 11 a.m.-7 p.m.

Located in The Palace of Auburn Hills
Exit Lapeer Road (M-24) off 1-75

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Reservations Recommended

377 8454

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