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June 14, 1991 - Image 78

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-06-14

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ENTERTAINMENT

EVERY DAY VALUES

$10.00
SPECIAL
SIUDENT
WEPAHURS:SUN.

A Nigh-Powered
ANY
comedy
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Dr

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HALF SLAB RIBS

Sunday and Monday

Charley's Original Recipe Cole Slaw
and Freshly Baked Tavern Bread

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Tt
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ti0
Through JUNE 16

$ 695

WED. 7 p.m.
THURS.-FRI. 8 p.m.
SAT. 5 p.m. & 9 p.m.
SUN. 2 p.m. & 7 p.m.

PASTA YOUR WAY

Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday

(Seconds On Us)
Your Choice of Five Special Sauces,
Charley's Original House Salad, and
Freshly Baked Tavern Bread

"Delivers a climax
that pulls no punches."
— The Oakland Press

Amphitheater Sets
Concert Series

Call 875-8284
FOR TICKETS AND
INFORMATION.

Am-
Pontiac
The
phitheater's 1991 concert
schedule includes a weekend
concert series on Friday and
Saturday nights. Performers
include The Jets, The Spin-
ners, The Little River Band,
The Whispers, Highway 101,
Restless Heart, Otis Day and
The Knights, The Count
Basie Orchestra, The
Kingston Trio and Don
McLean. Two comedy nights,
starring Judy Tenuta and
Dennis Wolfberg and produc-
ed by Mark Ridley's Comedy
Castle, are scheduled. Con-
certs begin at 7:30 p.m.
Local country music
favorite Debbi Combs and
Rocking Horse will kick-off
the season with an after-work
free concert at 6:15 p.m. June
20. Performers for the Thurs-
day night free concert series
include Steve King and The
Dittilies, The Sun Messen-
gers and The Regular Boys.
Norma Jean Bell and The
All Stars will be performing
at a special cabaret-style con-
cert July 18. There is a fee.
Another Cabaret Concert,
with a nationally-known per-
former, is scheduled for
August 22.
The Phoenix Plaza Am-
phitheater is located in
downtown Pontiac and offers
a park-like setting for the
open-air concert series. Food
stands and restroom facilities
will be available. Parking for
3,000 cars will be available in
the Phoenix Plaza garage.
For ticket information, call
the Silverdome box office,
456-1600.

Visa and Mastercard
Accepted

$ 695

FISH FRY

Wednesday and Friday

(Seconds On Us)
Charley's Original Recipe Cole Slaw
and Freshly Baked Tavern Bread

Third Ave. & West Grand Blvd.
(Across from the Fisher
Theatre Parking Lot)

$ 695

Livonia
31501 Schoolcraft
422.4550

Co-sponsors: The Metro Times
& Comerica Incorporated

Fairlane
700 Town Center
836.8550

Eastside
19265 Vernier
884-2811

Bloomfield
5656 W. Maple
855.2244

oo FF

FATHER'S
DAY
SPECIAL

3 DAYS ONLY — FRI., SAT. & SUN.

Per Couple

COMPARE ANYWHERE! . . . IF YONAMITaH A E IBEEN

DINE IN—CARRY :a2

544-1211
OUT
118 SOUTH WOODWARD • ROYAL OAK

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OPEN 7 DAYS—SUNAHURS. 11-10

WHOLE
BROASTED
OR
BAKED
CHICKEN
FOR
2

ROAST
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x

0

FRI:SAT. 11-11

LIMIT
ONE OF
EACH
ITEM
PER COUPLE

CHICKEN, RIBS & SHRIMP WE DO BEST!

0.•

00 OFF

ON YOUR NEXT TRAY

MEAT OR DAIRY

olit Mit

LET US
CATER
YOUR
NEEDS
FOR ALL
OCCASIONS

0 1 Coupon Per Person
• Good Holidays
• Minimum 8 People

• Expires 6-30-91

Now Appearing: REFLECTIONS
Banquet Facilities
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755
TOP OF TROY BLDG.
W. Big Beaver at 1.75 362-1262
Concourse

sage

Family Dining
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Farmington Hills
476.1750

ROASTED CHICKEN DINNER
2 FOR $8.95

ENJOY 2 ROASTED HALF CHICKENS!

With: Soup, Salad or Vegetable (choice of two)
Choice of Potato
OPEN 7 DAYS 1
7
2
Rice
Puddin
g
(No
TUENSA.-CX. 'gig:
ppg.irill.
vis4
Substitutions)
Bread Basket
SUN. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.iummi l

Mastr i Carcl

Featuring

Gourmet
TORTES, FLANS
& CHEESECAKE
29145 Northwestern Hwy. at 12 Mile Rd.
356.2310
Franklin Shopping Center.

AMISH CHICKEN

ROTISSERIE-STYLE

Carry-Out and Catering

DAD'Z CHICKEN

The Bright Idea:

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Contemporary American Cuisine
Dinner 4 p.m.
Lunch 11 a.m.
Entertainment Tuesday Thru Saturday

THE JEWISH NEWS

2448 Orchard Lake Road just west of Middlebelt•Sylvan Lake

683-7030

DSOH Plans
Musical Feasts

The Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra Hall Volunteer Coun-
cil is planning a series of
fund-raisers.
Three homes in the Hills of
Lone Pine will be the site of
a progressive dinner for the
June 23 Musical Feast. The
Merchant of Vino's Juliette's
Cuisine will cater the
Spanish tapas for this party.
Thirty guests will enjoy
Spanish cuisine; there is a
charge.
An early Fourth of July pic-
nic in Bloomfield Hills for 150
guests will be the theme of
the June 30 Musical Feast.
Guests will enjoy patriotic
music performed by the
DSOH brass trio; there is a
charge.
Seven more "Musical
Feasts" will be scheduled
through October.
For reservations, call
626-8914; or the Volunteer
Council office, 962-1000, Ext.
286.

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