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July 24, 1992 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-07-24

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The new Chuck Muer restaurants...

Fisher Theatre, Olympia,
Belle Isle Conservatory and a
view of the Detroit riverfront
from Windsor.
A player piano seats six
people . . . something you
don't see too often . . . There's
a dance floor with juke box
and a sign as you walk in that
reads, "Owned but not
operated by Metro Bank" .. .
Daily specials for lunch and
dinner always include
whitefish among the two or
-„T three fresh fish ,daily in the
wide and diversified menu to
go along with the famed ham-
burgers and turkey burgers.
Matt Brady's Tavern in the
Holiday Inn of Farmington
Hills on 10 Mile between
Halsted and Haggery is not
only filled with friendly in-
timacy, but already presen-
ting the assurance people
want . . . good, solid service to
go along with its much
regarded food . . . Diamond
Jim thrived on this . . . in-
sisted upon it . . . Matt
Brady's proudly continues his
great tradition.
CONGRATS . . . to Ronald
and Elaine Maier . . . on their
25th anniversary.
THIS MONDAY is a big
day for Deli Unique of West
Bloomfield on Orchard Lake
Road in the West Bloomfield
Plaza just south of Maple .. .
That's the date Deli Unique
West Bloomfield celebrates its
fifth anniversary by bringing
I' back some nostalgia from its
L,.-D original days in July 1980
L
when opening in Oak Park,
where Deli Unique no longer
exists.
For those who remember,
and few I'm sure have forgot-
ten, the original Deli Unique
made quite a name for itself
by creating hardly believable
"upscale" dinners at prices
equally in disbelief . . . Two of
the big favorites were beef
Wellington and a tableside
flaming roast duck with a
Michigan cherry sauce.
Owner Matt Prentice will
be recreating these dishes at
Deli Unique West Bloomfield
for its celebration slated to
run through July 31 . . . Both
will be anniversary priced at
$8.95 as sort of a thank you
r' to its customers during the
past five years at the West
Bloomfield location.
Matt will even take reserva-
tions for parties of six or more
(737-3890); so if you're in line
don't get peeved because a
group this big is taken ahead
of you.

SEVERAL YEARS AGO

when local violinist Jerome
Stasson saw his brother
Yisroel Stashefsky of Kibbutz
Sasa, Israel, he made him a
promise that will be fulfilled
in August.
This is when Jerome and
pianist wife Betty Kowalsky

A place where friends and family gather for great times
"A winner with its wide ranging menu
and its lively but not over powering piano bar."
Molly Abraham - Detroit Free Press
West Bloomfield, MI (313) 855-5584

Stasson go to Israel to play for
the marriage of Yis' youngest
daughter, Michal.
While in Israel, they will
also conduct classes for violin
and piano for the children of
Kibbutz Sasa and surroun-
ding kibbutzim.

fly

Chuck Muer's seafood and Johnny Magnum's beef
" Generous portions, delicious, and a good value for the money.
Service is in the true Muer tradition of excellence." -
Danny Raskin - Jewish News
Farmington Hills, MI (313) 478-2010

NEWEST BUDDY's Pizza
spot that recently opened in
Dearborn with 220 seats is
just one of more to come in
the growing chain . . . El
Tesoro Tequila Tasting party
is this Monday, 5 p.m. to 7
p.m., at Cocina del Sol on Nor-
thwestern Highway . . . Percy
Kaplan tells of Iry Kupcinet's
remark in the Chicago Sun-
Times, "My grandfather was
so lonely that he robbed a
bank just to be wanted.'
BEST BET of the weekend
. . . Woodhull Lake Reunion
. . . tomorrow night at Mitch's
II on. Highland Road.

BIG FISH

A CHUCK MUER RESTAURANT

Number one for socializing, entertaining
and special occasion dining.
" Best of all I like being treated like a big fish
in a not so small pond."
Jane Rayburn - Detroit News
Dearborn, MI (313) 336-6350

RIVER CRAB
ST. CLAIR, MI
(313) 329-2261

MERIWETH ER'S
SOUTHFIELD, MI
(313) 358-1310

CHARLEY'S CRAB
TROY, MI
(313) 879-2060

3112

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Don't leave home without it.

" The Friends of Chuck Muer Restaurants" receive

SPECIAL TREATMENT AND FREE MEALS. Ask your server for details.

SEROS

10 0 /
SENIOR CMZEN
DISCOMIT

29221 NORTHWESTERN HWY. IN FRANKLIN SHOPPING PLAZA • Southfield • 358-2353

SPECIALS FRI., JULY 24 THRU THURS., JULY 30 AFTER 2 p.m.

CHICKEN-1
BROILED
LAMB TURKEYBURGER MARSALA
LAKE SUPERIOR
ON PITA
WHITEFISH CHOPS
PICCATA
$595 $ 95 $ 95 $595

r

FRESH

— 1 raRECIAN-STYLE 1

With Potato & Vegetable

r

DELICIOUS r

4

112 POUND

With Rice & Vegetable

With Fries

With Pasta

ALL ABOVE SPECIALS ALSO INCLUDE: SOUP, SALAD,
DESSERT (Rice Pudding or Tapioca or Ice Cream) & BREAD BASKET

• MUST PRESENT COUPON FOR ABOVE SPECIALS • SORRY, NO DISCOUNTS ON SPECIALS
$ ALL COUPONS GOOD FOR ENTIRE PARTY

BREAKFAST, LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS

vrOptiMISV•I'

5 OFF

ON OUR BEAUTIFUL



ALREADY LOVIPPRICED MEAT OR DAIRY TRAYS

1 ENTERTAINMENT ti

With This Coupon

• Expires 8-31-92

Singing Group
Plans Concert

West Bloomfield Parks and
Recreation and Ameritech
Mobile Communications will
sponsor free outdoor summer
concert entertainment at
Marshbank Park. The 7 p.m.
concert July 26 will be the
Mamas and The Papas.

Membership
Has Its Privileges.®

TLEK I a.

FORMER DETROITER

Sara Kaplan Mitchell of
Beverly Hills, Calif., says that
seniors are the biggest car-
riers of Aids . . . "Band Aids,
Rolaids, Hearing Aids, Walk-
ing Aid, First Aid and
Medicaid."
LOOKING BACK on col-
umns of Yesteryears .. .
July 17, 1959. "Sammny
Woolf almost didn't make it to
his future son-in-law's stag
party last week . . . The
popular orchestra leader had
been out fishing and spending
the day on the furniture man
Phil Bradley's 31-foot boat
when a storm hit Lake St.
Clair . .. Sammy, Phil and
Lou Babcock would have
docked somewhere and stayed
the night . . . but all three
were due at the Stage for
Maury Cohen, who'll soon
wed Margo Woolf . . . and
above all, Sammy just had to
get there.
"So 'Captain' Bradley real-
ly did his ship master-
minding work and battled the
elements successfully to
bring the boat in on time .. .
The lightning and hail-like
rain didn't stop Phil . . . After
all, through the years Sammy
has given the sons-in-law of so
many other folks a happy
send-off . . . and he wasn't to
be denied this . . . his own
first one.!!

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