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October 14, 1988 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-14

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GOiNerr

Join Us For
A Pleasant Surprise and
Discover That THERE IS A DIFFERENCE!

Continued from preceding page

SUNDAY BRUNCH BUFFET

6638 TELEGRAPH AND MAPLE
IN THE BLOOMFIELD PLAZA

Sweet excess.

851-0313
Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner
In the Casual Elegant
Atmosphere You Want For
Gracious Enjoyable Dining

Detroit's favorite Sunday brunch is a kaleidoscope of
breakfast, lunch, and dinner favorites, served with white
linen and silver in the elegance of the Kingsley Inn dining
rooms. $11.95/adults. $5.95/children. From 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. A Bloomfield Hills tradition.

1 Days a Week

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.

THE
ROYAL EAGLE
1415 Parker, 1 BIk. East of Van Dyke & 21/2 Blks. N. of Jefferson

In Historic Indian Village

331-8088

Closed Mon. and Tues.

Reservations Suggested

971-1590

7618 Woodward Ave.

SPECIAL QUALITY PARTIES
UP TO 200

Specializing In: Bar Mitzvahs, Sweet 16s,
Showers, Anniversaries, Retirement
Parties, Birthdays, Weddings, Etc.

FOOD & SPIRITS

118 W. WALLED LAKE DRIVE, CORNER PONTIAC TRAIL
624-1033
Walled Lake

FRI. & SAT. 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
MON.-THURS. 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Closed Sunday

Special Appetizer Parties Available

tip- T0)(444.

CALL ERNIE . . . AND ASK
ABOUT OUR LOW BANQUET RATES
FOR ALL OCCASIONS.

1/4

J

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$1345

FRESH BROILED

Live

Entertainment

Nightly

LIVE MAIN LOBSTER $1750

WITH DRAWN BUTTER
INCLUDES: RELISHES, SOUP OR SALAD, POT. OR VEG. & WARM HOMEMADE ROLLS & BUTTER

EARLY EVENING SPECIALS
8, $7.7
MON.-FRI.
-FR1.4
TO PM
$6.50

LET US HOST YOUR
SPECIAL OCCASION






Weddings
Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
Banquets
Showers






Concourse, Top of Troy Bldg.
755 IN. Big Beaver at 1-75

I

ALL FRESH FRUIT PIES,
APPLE STREUDEL,
COGNAC TORTES

I

ALMA SMITH
Songstress & Pianist
Downstairs SAT. 6:30 to 10:30 p.m.

YOUR ONE STOP PARTY SHOP!

Featuring —
Miniature Croissant, Danish,
Pecan Rolls and Fancy Pastries
— Also —
WEDDING • SHOWER And NOVELTY CAKES

Sweet 16s
Anniversaries
Holidays
Reunions, Etc.

362-1262

THE BAKER•S LOAF)

`A FRESH APPROACH TO BAKING"

NORTHWESTERN HWY. — Southfield

Shopping Center Market — West Bloomfield

1111111111•111•

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1988

A Tradition

Since 1934

1128 E. 9 MILE RD., 1/2 Mile East of 1-75 • 541-2132

NORWAY SALMON

Lunch
11 a.m.
Dinner
4 p.m. to 1 a.m.

78

(KIM/
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and (,.ocht.i4



ROBERT KIDD
GALLERY

DETROIT FOCUS

Woodward at Long Lake Road • Bloomfield Hills
(313) 642-0100

Monday Thru Saturday
7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Sunday
8 a.m. thru 9 p.m.

500 Lone Pine Rd.,
Bloomfield Hills, deSalle
Gallery, "James Scripps
Booth: Artist and
Engineer," now through
Dec. 11; "Dan Hoffman:
Bio-Logic Constructions"
and "Saarinen in Finland,"
through Oct. 30. 645-3312.

107 Townsend,
Birmingham, paintings and
sculpture by Ida Kohlmeyer,
now through Nov. 5,
reception today, 6-8 p.m.
642-3909.

Kingstep Inn

— Hours —

CRANBROOK
ACADEMY OF ART
MUSEUM

• Grand River • Farmington

743 Beaubien, Detroit,
"Commercial art:
illustration, graphic and
industrial design," today
through Nov. 11, reception
with artists today, 6-8:30
p.m. 962-9025.

Temple Hosts
Klezmer Band

The Vivace Series of the
Birmingham Temple will pre-
sent a special evening of
klezmer music, when the
Maxwell Street Klezmer
Band performs at 8:30 p.m.
Oct. 29 at the temple.
Klezmer music can be trac-
ed back some 500 years when
Easern European fiddle
bands traveled from town to
town, playing for peasant
dances, Jewish weddings and
aristocratic banquets. Over
the years clarinets and brass
instruments were added and
Turkish, Balkan and Russian
influences crept in.
As these klezmer musicians
emigrated to the U.S. in the
1880s, Dixieland, blues and
swing elements joined the
mix.
The Maxwell Street
Klezmer Band is a Chicago-
based group headed by Lori
Lippitz. The group is named
after the Chicago Jewish
neighborhood of the 1930s
where her grandmother grew
up. Ms. Lippitz, guitarist and
vocalist-leader of the band,
divides her time between her
duties with the band and her
duties as cantor and choir
director of the Jewish
Reconstructionist Congrega-
tion in Chicago.
Other members of the group
are Vladamir Barder, trom-
bonist; Marcia Plaut, violin-
ist; clarinet/saxophone/flute
player, Shelley Yoelin, Jim
Sobacki, trumpet; and Sarah
Allen, percussionist.
For information call Joyce
Cheresh, 647-4632; or Ilene
Cohen, 288-3953.

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