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November 13, 1992 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-11-13

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One of .Metropolitan Detroit's \lost
Beautiful and Exciting Restaurants

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Will Be Open
Thanksgiving Day

THANKS FOR WAITING

THE LINES WERE LONG
THE WAIT WAS GREAT
DESPITE YOUR BETTER JUDGEMENT
YOU CAME AND ATE
WE WANT YOU TO KNOW
IT'S NO LONGER INSANE
SUNDAY THRU THURSDAY
IS ACTUALLY QUITE TAME

THANKS AGAIN

WE HOPE TO SEE YOU SOON

Monday



LOBSTER NIGHT two 11b. lobster dinners.

$24.95

Tuesday



$25.00 per person

PEEL & EAT SHRIMP 1 /21b. steamed in beer.

$8.50

Thursday



With A Complete Traditional
Thanksgiving Menu
And Our Regular Menu

Also Turkeys To Go

Pick-Up A Complete Dinner For
6 To 8 People

Turkey, Traditional Stuffing, Butter Whipped
Potatoes, Gravy, Cranberries, Fresh Vegetables
and Relishes with Dip, Salad, Cole Slaw, Bread,
Muffins, Butter, Pumpkin and Apple Pie.
Comes With Complete Reheating Instructions.

4 75 Per Package!

MESS OF PERCH NIGHT $10.95

Sunday — Friday — EARLY DINING CATCH MENU 3 courses.
4pm-6pm

$10.95

November — SAN FRANCISCO CIOPPINO
December — MAINE DIVER SCALLOPS

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• We Serve Cocktails •

THEME DINNERS with executive chef Greg

Ervin prix fixe menu.

Wednesday —

2 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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INCLUDING
SOUP From $ 3 95

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SLAB FOR2 7
CHICKEN
FOR 2
Bar-B-Q • Skinless On Request

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MON. THRU THURS.

DINNERS INCLUDE: SALAD OR COLE
SLAW, POTATOES, & GARLIC BREAD

• DINE IN OR CARRY-OUT
• 1 Coupon Per Person • Expires 11-19-92

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LET US AT BUDDY'S
DO THE WORK!

DISCOUNT PARTY
PACKAGES AVAILABLE
FOR GROUPS (10.75)
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ASK MANAGER FOR DETAILS

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• TOMATO ALFREDO
• CHARGRILLED CHICKEN SAND.
• PASTA CRAB SALAD
• STUFFED POT. SKINS • ETC.

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NOW 7 DAYS

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"Our pot of material incor-
porates everything in the
world," Ms. Grayson said.
"The joy is having our friends
and strangers come to our
shows and give us stuff, and
it's our job to be the crafts-
men."
To give their craft more pol-
ish, Ms. Shanker and Mr.
Price did volunteer work with
professional groups. She as-
sisted on a 30-minute come-
dy series on MTV, and he
interned with Second City in
Chicago.
As a group, they will be at-
tending, for the second time,
the U.S. College Festival at
Skidmore College in New
York. Comedians from a
dozen schools perform, ex-
change ideas and participate
in workshops.
One of the largest audi-

"We're all looking
for that big break,
and we're working
toward it."

ences Highly Improvable ever
entertained recently gathered
to hear a pre-election debate
between former Senator
George McGovern and former
Attorney General Edwin
Meese. As the opening act,
the troupe did an improvisa-
tional debate to break the ice.
Ms. Shanker reported that
religion plays an important
part in their work, both in
what they perform and in
their relationships: "We do a
lot of religious things because
it's something everybody can
relate to even if they're not re-
ligious."
Ms. Grayson added: "One
of the elements that brings us
together other than our love
of comedy is that we have cul-
tural similarities. We're all
Jewish, practicing to different
extents."
The troupe is looking for-
ward to March, when they
will go to Montreal for an im-
prov tournament. Until then,
they are circulating fliers and
hoping people who have seen
them will pass along the word
they are available to cus-
tomize programs for special
events.
"We're all looking for that
big break, and we're working
ourselves toward it," Ms.
Shanker said. "We're trying
to give ourselves every op-
portunity we can." U
To reach Highly Improv-
able, call 1-313-996-5979.

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