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October 18, 1991 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-10-18

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ENTERTAINMENT!"

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ROCHESIER CHOP HOUSE

After months of remodeling,
decorating and careful menu
development, the all new
Rochester Chop House and
Oyster bar is ready to serve you!

Visit us for lunch or dinner and
experience the "casual
elegance" of our split-level
dining rooms characterized by
hard wood floors, tables,draped
in white linen and butcher
paper, and hand painted murals
depicting Rochester's historic
landmarks.

Or visit the

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Designed to reflect a more
casual atmosphere, the
Oyster Bar features chalkboard
menus with "grazing sized"
portions of Clams Casino,
Steamed Mussels, Seafood Pan
Roasts, Baked Oysters New
Orleans, Chilled Crab Claws and
our famed Oyster Stew and
New England Clam Chowder.
Fresh fish entrees are also
available.

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You'll enjoy a variety of Chop
House Style entrees prepared
using nothing less than top-
quality. Items like Prime Cuts of
Beef, Rack of Lamb, Live Maine
Lobsters, Veal Chops, Poultry,
Fresh Hawaiian Yellowfin Tuna,
Halibut and Atlantic Salmon to
name but a few.

Drop-in sometime soon for
lunch, dinner or a cocktail. After
all, we're a little anxious to
show the place off!

Your hosts,



7

Folktown Coffeehouse
concerts begin at 8 p.m. on
Saturdays through Dec. 7.
Ticket prices vary. For ticket
information, call 855-9848
between 6 p. m. and 9 p.m.

Bill Kruse

Vince Clark

Larry Sledge • Chuck Muer • Bill Kruse

306 Main Street ❖ Rochester, Michigan • 313-651-2266

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Readers Theater
Presents Stories

"IT WAS A VERY
PLEASURABLE EXPERIENCE...

6407 ORCHARD LAKE RD., WEST BLOOMFIELD
ORCHARD MALL-ORCHARD LAKE RD & MAPLE

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CONTINENTAL
CUISINE

Same
Location
Over
18
Years

Come Enjoy Dining and Receive

piano music in the background...relaxing in the ambiance
of Andiamo...and the authentic Italian cuisine...
For a moment, we were back in Italy.
Thanks Andiamo for a beautiful evening."

Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Schwartz
— West Bloomfield

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ITALIA

The True Taste of Italy

7096 E. 14 Mile Road • Warren, MI 48092 • 313-268-3200

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50% OFF!

With this coupon

Receive 50% Off a second lunch or dinner
entree of equal or lesser value.

Expires 11-15-91

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FRIDAY OCTOBER 18. 1991

New

Award
Winning
Restaurant : . .

Fresh Seafood • Chicken
Pasta • Cocktails

43317 Grand River &
Novi Rd. 349-1438

Coffeehouse has carved its
place in Detroit music, Mr.
Knoppow claims it remains a
season-to-season venture.
However, if he had his
druthers, Mr. Knoppow would
like to open a year-round club
like the Raven.
"My wife and I have an
understanding," Mr. Knoppow
said of his spouse, a Neil Dia-
mond fan. "And that means
this is only part-time."
For now, Mr. Knoppow re-
mains content as a lawyer,
political activist, Folktown
operator and occasional disc
jockey on Detroit's public
radio station WDET — spin-
ning records and getting his
acts into the studio and on
the air before their onstage
appearances.
Other aspirations include
an all-folk radio station.
"WFLK — all folked up,"
Mr. Knoppow laughed.

Off Entire
Check
20% Lunch
or Dinner

• Lobster Excluded
• Dine. In Only
• Not Valid With Other Promotions
• 15% Gratuity Added to Complete Check
Offer Good Monday Thru Wednesday
JN
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PYRAMIDS CAFE

29267 SOUTHFIELD RD. (Southfield Commons) 1 Rik. N. 12 Mile $ 569-1112

4 BROILED

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LAMB CHOPS! WHITEFISH CHICKEN

$

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6951 $ 5 751$4
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COMPLETE DINNER INCLUDES: SOUP OR SALAD, RICE OR PGF. OR FRESH
Coupons Expire 11-3-91 IN
VEG., PITA WITH CHEESE SPREAD.

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COLIFO W GOOD FOR ENTIRE RA
COMPLETE CATERING • FREE DELIVERY
-- HOURS —
26 DIFFERENT
MON.
11-3, TUES.-FRI. 11-11
SPECIALS
2 FOR 1
SAT.
12-11, SUN. 12-9
TO CHOOSE FROM!

Readers Theater of the
Jewish Community Center
will continue the fall season
with a performance 3:30. p.m.
Oct. 20 in the Aaron DeRoy
Theater of the Maple-Drake
building.
The performance will
feature stories by Ursula
Sherman, Bernard Gotfryd,
Dorris Lurie, Gloria Goldrich
and Molly Picon, as read by
Rita Haddow, Alan Harvey,
Henrietta Hermelin, Delba
Winer and Paul Winter. The
host for the afternoon will be
Dr. Harold Norris.
There is a charge for the
performance, which will be
preceded at 3 p.m. by a com-
plimentary wine bar.
For information, call
Readers Theater, 967-4030.

Twin Sisters
At Balfour Concert

Two performers, previously
unannounced, who were
associated with the Warsaw
State Theatre, will join Moti
Giladi and his 9-year-old
daughter Dorin in the pro-
gram of ZOA's 58th Balfour
Concert 7:30 p.m. Nov. 3 at
the Masonic Temple.
Zofia and Slawa Rayfer,
twin sisters, have studied
singing and dancing in War-
saw's Academy of Art and
have toured Europe and the
U.S. as part of a national
Polish theater group.
For information, call ZOA,
569-1515.

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