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August 18, 1989 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-18

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I BEST OF EVERYTHING

How to turn a paper plate
into a $19.95 dinner for two.

It doesn't
take any magic to

enjoy a great dinner offer in
Southfield. Just come into Mountain

Jack's any Sunday through Friday.
For only $19.95, you can choose any
two dinner entrees up to a regular price of $13.95
each. That's a. savings of nearly $8.00. Every entree
comes with a salad bar brought right to your table.
A cup of home-style soup. Delicious warm bread. And
your choice of baked potato, red skin potatoes or rice
pilaf.
All you have to do is clip the coupon and pre-
sent it to your server. Then watch your paper plate
turn into a delightful dinner for two. Because
at Mountain Jack's we bring more to the
table. And from now until September 1,
1989 we'll be bringing it to you
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for less.



This offer may not be used in conjuncttion with any
other promotional offers or redeemed for cash.
Does not include tab or gratuity.

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

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MOUNTAIN
CK'S.

No Cemeteries Close
To This Great B-B-Q

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26885 Greenfield, South of 11 Mile
Southfield • 557.0570

GOOD ONLY AT OUR
SOUTHFIELD LOCATION

PRIME RIB • CHOICE STEAKS

Try our fast lunches-$5 and under.

COUPON

007 THE
BAR-B-Q HOUSE
AND GRILL

FREE

FRESH
PASTA
BUY A
POUND
GET A
POUND

(Formerly The Rib Shack)
PRESENTS OUR SUCCULENT

Y2 CHICKEN
HARIBROILED
With French Fries, Cole Slaw and Roll

ALSO TRY
OUR DELICIOUS
RIBS, CHICKEN
SHRIMP, PIZZA
AND SALADS

$445 With This Coupon

FREE

Reg. $5.45

Limit 4 Per Customer • Available on Charbroiled Chicken Dinner Only • Expires 9-15-89 • JN

Offer Expires 8.17-89

24545 W. 12 MILE RD, Just West of Telegraph (Next to Star Deli)

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2 GREAT LOCATIONS

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26505 NORTHWESTERN HWY.
SOUTHFIELD
6680 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
WEST BLOOMFIELD

FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1989

OMELETTE
OMELETTE
BUY ONE PLAIN WAFFLE OR ONE

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PLAIN OMELETTE ONLY WITH
TOAST & JELLY . GET ONE •

FREE

VALID MONDAY THRU FRIDAY j

VINEYARD'S
CAFE &
DELICATESSEN

(Inside Vineyard's Wine Cellar)
• Mideastern Cuisine
• Fresh Homemade Salads
• Over 50 Gourmet Sandwiches
• Homemade Soups
• Colombo Lite Frozen Yogurt

32418 NORTHWESTERN HWY.
BET. MIDDLEBELT & 14 MILE
Farmington Hills

855-9463

B

ig favorite in the West
Bloomfield area is
Boneyard on Orchard
Lake Road and 14 Mile .. .
with its broasted or bar-b-q
chicken and ribs . . . The com-
fortable intimacy coupled
with a very clean atmosphere
throughout are customer
favorites . . . Food served is
prepared from high quality
. . . ask Iry Fenkell of Fenkell
Packing.
It's a very unpretentious
place . . . brown and green col-
orings and pictures on walls
. . . but a true family
restaurant with value
received.
The Boneyard in West
Bloomfield can't forget its an-
niversary . . . opened Oct. 13
. . . This will be 10 years for
the popular spot seating 180.
Its broasted chickens are
marinated overnight, then
lightly battered in a special
flour for crispness . . . A heat
unit sears the chicken, seal-
ing in flavorful natural juices
,and cooks them to the bone in
about 10 minutes.
On request, Boneyard will
remove the skin of bar-b-q
chicken and, if desired, add
bar-b-sauce on the skinless
bird . . . This is a big plus
feature.
It's open seven days . . .
Monday through Sunday, 11
a.m. to 11 p.m.; Friday and
Saturday, 11 a.m. to
midnight.
By the Oct. 13 anniversary,
Boneyard on Orchard Lake
Road will probably have a
new look . . . Plans are for a
remodeling that will retain
its family atmosphere in a
fresh environment.
The first Boneyard, on
Iblegraph and Warren, Dear-
born Heights, has been open
15 years come November .. .
A third one was opened in
February of 1986 on
Plymouth and Merriman,.
Livonia.
Chris Djordjevic, originator,
is father of Steve Djordjevic
and Danny Djordjevic and
father-in-law of Simon Ristic
. . . All Boneyards are
operated by them . . . and
when sons are busy in the kit-
chen, their spouses, Linda,
Steve's wife; Gail, Danny's
wife; and Frolika, Simon's
wife, work in the front . .
Chris oversees and drops in at
all three places plus working
alongside the boys making
sure everything is okay.
Our waitress at the
Boneyard on Orchard Lake

Road, West Bloomfield, Ann
Rainey, is well-trained for ef-
ficiency . . . The fine broasted
chicken we ordered came with
a large cold and crisp dinner
salad, toasted bread and
choice of cottage fries of bak-
ed potatoes . . . Choosing the
cottage fries was a good selec-
tion . . . Good to know that
the very ample portions are
with little grease . . . entree
included . . . and so important
the noted cleanliness.
SECOND ENDEAVOR by
ace sports agent attorney
Rick Brode will be with
Henry Mayers starting
tomorrow at 12:30 p.m . on
WDIV-TV, Channel 4 . . . It's
their "Urban Chartbusters"
with host John Mason, whose
morning show on WJLB
Radio holds the number one
FM rating in this area .. .
He'll spin favorite recording
artists, do top videos and
interviews.
Rick Brode's Entertain-
ment Corp. had a 16-week run
on Channel 2 with his "Two

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The chicken is
seared, sealing in
the natural juices.

Hot" show . . . He's the son of
Dolores and Seymour Brode
. . . Henry is son of Lillian
and Walter Mayers.
TOO BAD only members
and guests can enjoy the food
by Michael Russell, certified
master chef and Culinary
Olympics gold medalist, at
Southfield's Skyline Club
atop the 28th floor of Pruden-
tial 'Dawn Center.
Our recent experience there
was with the sales portion of
the team celebrating upcom-
ing In Style magazine which
has been receiving much wide
acclaim.
Arthur Horwitz, associate
publisher, hosted the cocktail
hour and dinner for his sales
team plus business manager
Dan Chovenac and sales
secretary Laura Prevost .. .
(Adrian Williams, Dharlene
Norris, Sue Brooks, Cindi
Metz, Kathy Johnson, Rick
Nessel and Randy Marcuson)
. . . All enjoyed the lovely set-
ting and very fine dinner.

My Norwegian salmon was
superb . . . very tasty and
tender . . . And in keeping
with the image of a great chef
like Michael Russell, it
should not be a passing note
that the excellent Kona coffee
bean is ground at Skyline
Club for its aromatic decaf
coffee.

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