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September 30, 1988 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-30

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Lunches • Dinners • Sunday Brunch • Cocktails
Beautiful Banquet Facilities

725 South Hunter
Birmingham



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Reservations
642-6900

GREAt UTE SUPPERS

SALLY'S

FREE DINNER

EQUAL OR LESSER VALUE

WITH PURCHASE OF ANY 3 DINNERS
FREE SODA POP FOR CHILDREN

SOUTHFIELD LOCATION ONLY

WING HONG
569-5527

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

Oct. 7, reception Thursday.
469-8666.

and "Saarinen in Finland;'
through Oct. 30. 645-3312.

night with J.P. Lamb,
admission. 334-7651.

DETROIT GALLERY OF
CENTEMPORARY
CRAFTS
301 Fisher Bldg., Detroit,
Paper constructions by
Ellen Zahorec, clay by Gail
Kendall, Eric Jensen,
Barbara Takiguchi and
Susanne Stephenson, today.
873-7888.
WAYNE STATE
UNIVERSITY
Community Arts Gallery,
450 Reuther Mall, Cass
Ave., Detroit "The Mel
Rosas Sabbatical
Exhibition," today.
577-2080.

SYBARIS GROUP
12872 Sherwood,
Huntington Woods,
exhibition of clay, fiber,
wood, glass and metal, now
through Oct. 8.

DUFFY'S ON TH LAKE
8635 Cooley Lake Rd.,
Union Lake, Larry
Musgrave and Friends,
Saturday through October;
Don Nadel at the piano,
Sundays and Tuesdays
through Thursdays, 6:30
p.m., admission. 363-9469.

PARK WEST GALLERY

29469 Northwestern,

Southfield, Masterworks:
Eight Centuries. 354-2343.

3020 Grand River
833-0700
Free Parking

Nationally known for serving 4-H Prize Blue Ribbon
Steak and Chops. Finest Seafood and Liquors.

Private Dining Rooms for Banquets and Parties

Serving daily from 11:30 - Sunday from 2 p.m.

OPEN 7 DAYS

MON.-SUN.

7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
FRANKLIN
SHOPPING CENTER.

lierthwesteri N. of 12

358-2353

COMBO PLATES FOR 2

WHOLE SLAB BAR-B-Q RIBS
BAR-B-Q RIBS & CHICKEN
BAR-B-Q WHOLE CHICKEN

$11.95
$10.95
$8.95

2 12 OZ. N.Y. STRIP STEAKS
2 STEAKS & 4 SHRIMPS.......

$12.95

ABOVE INCLUDES: FRIES, COLE SLAW, GARLIC BREAD & DESSERT (Rice Pudding or Ice Cream)

10% OFF ( S ErCE IO PT R T

$14.95

INCLUDES: GREEK SALAD, FRIES, GARLIC BREAD & DESSERT (Rice Pudding or Ice Cream)

C H 1 E T I S Z EE C
fsigAD B ION
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NOR

OYSTER BAR & GRILL_

29110 Franklin Rd. • Southfield • 357-4442

NOW OPEN
SUNDAYS
4 p.m.-9 p.m.

Now
9 5_ $8 9 5
For Only
You Can Be Fashionably Early

Arrive at Norm's Oyster Bar & Grill between 4:30 and
6:00 in the evening, Monday through Saturday, and 4:00 to
5:30 on Sunday, and enjoy one of Norman's specially
priced, Early Bird dinner selections.

5.95-8.95

From only
you can enjoy
one of the seven entrees offered. This price
includes soup of the day, garden salad or
coleslaw, hot bread and butter, and your
choice of coffee, tea or milk.

Choosc from:
• Roast Half Chicken, $5.95
• Fresh Boston Scrod, 17.95
• Chopped Sirloin Stek, $5.95
• lemon Chicken Fettucine, $7.95
• Char-Grilled Chicken Teriyaki, $6.95 • Petite Filet Mignon, $8.95
• fresh lake Superior Whitefish, $7.95
Your party must check in by 6:00 p.m. to order these specials

72 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1988

RUBINER GALLERY
7001 Orchard Lake Rd.,
West Bloomfield, Richard
Kozlow paintings, "The
Soul of Mexico; today
through Oct. 19. 626-3111.
SCULPTORS GUILD OF
MICHIGAN
County Galleria, 1200 N.
Telegraph, Pontiac,
sculpture exhibit, now
through Oct. 31. 394-0061.
GALLERY 22
22 E. Long Lake,
Bloomfield Hills, "The New
Impressionists:' group show,
now through Oct. 22.
642-1310.
SARKIS GALLERIES
College of Art and Design,
245 E. Kirby, Detroit,
recent work by photography
faculty, now through Oct.
19. 872-3118.
PRESTON BURKE
GALLERIES
240 E. Grand River,
Detroit, "Meet the Artists:'
exhibition, now through
Oct. 29, 963-2350.
WESTMAN GALLERY
Birmingham, contemporary
examples of wood turning.
645-6212.
ARIANA GALLERY
386 E. Maple, Birmingham,
contemporary American
folk art show, now through
Oct. 25, 647-6405.
DOS -MANOS
210 W. Sixth St., Royal
Oak, folk art exhibit,
Saturday through Nov. 2.
542-5856.
CRANBROOK
ACADEMY OF ART
MUSEUM
500 Lone Pine Rd.,
Bloomfield Hills, deSalle
Gallery, "James Scripps
Booth: Artist and
Engineer," now through
Dec. 11; "Dan Hoffman:
Bio-Logic Constructions"

FILM

DETROIT FILM
THEATER
5200 Woodward, Detroit,
Yeelen, today, Mandabi,
Saturday, admission.
832-2730.
DETROIT SCIENCE
CENTER
5020 John R, Detroit,
Seasons, Tuesdays through
Sundays, The Magic Egg;
Flyers, in the Space
Theater, admission,
577-8400.

HENRY FORD MUSEUM
Henry Ford Museum
Theater, Snow White and
the Seven Dwarfs,
Saturdays, admission,
271-1620.
WORLD ADVENTURE
SERIES
Detroit Institute of Arts,
5200 Woodward, Thayer
Soule presents "Around the
World in 50 Years;' Sunday,
admission. 832-2730.

NIGHT CLUBS

VAN DYKE PARK
Ivy's Lounge, 31800 Van
Dyke, Warren, Norma Jean
Bell, today; The Wave
nightly at 8 p.m., 939-2860.
NICKY'S
755 W. Big Beaver, Troy,
Northern Lights, now
through Saturday; Two
Twenty, Tuesday through
Oct. 29, Nov. 1 through
Dec. 3, admission.
362-1262.
JOEY'S ON JEFFERSON
7909 E. Jefferson, Detroit,
New York-style light show,
Top 40 hits, dancing,
331-5450.
KEY LARGO
RESTAURANT
142 E. Walled Lake Dr.,
Walled Lake, keyboardist
Charles Green and bass
player Glen Oliver, Friday
and Saturday nights; other
nights Sea Green, two-man
jazz band, admission.
669-1441.
SKYLIGHTS
49 N. Saginaw St., Pontiac,
The Shy, Friday and
Saturday; Tuesday nights,
open blues jam with the
Bluesaders; Wednesdays,
comedy night with Mike
Ridley; Thursdays, folk

FAMILIES

DETROIT HISTORICAL
MUSEUM
5401 Woodward, "Go
Outside and Play," toys
from the past 100 years,
Wednesdays through
Sundays, now through
October. 833-1805.

CHILDREN

PEANUT BUTTER
PLAYERS
Karas House, 23632
Plymouth Rd., Redford,
You're a Good Man, Charlie
Brown, Saturdays and
Sundays through Dec. 18,
admission. 559-6727.
WEST BLOOMFIELD
TOWNSHIP LIBRARY
Main Library, 4600 Walnut
Lake, "Evening Storytime,"
for ages 3-5, Thursday,
7-7:30 p.m., Westacres
Branch (7321 Commerce)
Wednesday; "Preschool
Storytime," Main Library
and Westacres Branch,
Tuesdays and Wednesdays
through Oct. 26, ages 3-5;
Halloween Funtastic, Main
Library, Oct. 28, tickets
available Monday, ages 4-8
accompanied by an adult;
Halloween Magic featuring
Don Jones, Westacres, Oct.
25, registration opens
Tuesday, kindergarten
through grade six; 682-2120
or 363-4022.

MISC.

HENRY FORD MUSEUM
AND GREENFIELD
VILLAGE
Henry Ford Museum,
Dearborn, Howard Bros.
Circus, through 1988;
Streamlining America
exhibit, through 1988;
"Advertising Art from
General Electric," through
Oct. 30; Autumn Harvest
Festival, today through
Sunday, admission,
271-1620,
MICHIGAN DOLL
MAKERS GUILD
Michigan Inn, Southfield,
Winter fantasy convention
and show, Thursday
through Oct. 8. 463-8460 or
791-2723.

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