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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-05-13

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$19.95 Dinner For Two

Sunday, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

You can save nearly $10.00 with our great early dining menu. During these
special times. choose any two dinner entrees up to a regular price of $14.95 each
and pay only $19.95.
Delicious decisions. Your choices include any. of these sixteen entrees from our
regular menu listed below:

■ Top Sirloin
■ Teriyaki Top Sirloin
■ Flame Broiled Salmon
■ Grilled Swordfish
■ Tempura Shrimp
■ Shrimp Scampi Linguini
■ Lemon-Herb Chicken
■ Teriyaki Chicken

■ Petite Cut Prime Rib
■ Standard Cut Prime Rib
■ Sizzling Mushroom Steak
■ Stuffed Filet Mignon
■ Whiskey Peppercorn Top Sirloin
■ Brandy-Dijon Filet Mignon
■ Roasted Chateau Filet Mignon
III Filet Mignon

So. join us for the $19.95 Dinner for Two early dining menu. Make your reserva-
tions any Sunday and save almost $10.00 off the regular menu price!

Early dining offer available on s19.95 Dinner for Two entrees only. Guests must be seated during
special early dining times. Offer is limited to seating capacity of the. building. Reservations are strong-
ly suggested and may be necessary to assure availability of seating. $19.95 Dinner for Two does not
include sales tax or gratuity. Not valid on holidays. for banquets or large. ponies of eight or more. or
with any other otters.


Offer Expires
May 22, 1994

Charley's Crab, 5498 Crooks
Rd., Troy, 879-2060. Its dining
room was once the beautiful
great room of an auto baron's
Grosse Pointe mansion, sheer
elegance, and the true concept
of Chuck Muer seafood cuisine
is highly exemplified here. But
don't think for a moment that
this is all, just seafood. Charley's
Crab's menu, although highly
fish oriented, also includes dish-
es to delight other palates.



Southfield • 26855 Greenfield Rd. • 557-0570


HENRY DORFMAN, Chairman of The Board, Thorn Apple Valley; LAURIE
NOSENCHUK, Assistant Director, Jewish National Fund, Detroit Office;
ELAINE MULLEN, Office Manager, Billy Bob's, Woodward; DR.
HOWARD WEISSMAN, Physician & Surgeon, Developer of Laser Hair
Removal Technique; RAY FOX, Re-Max Realty; HAROLD BEZNOZ,
Beztak Realty; BERNARD YOGODA, Marvin's Brother Living In Scottsdale
Ariz.; FAWN ALEKMAN, Mortgage Consultant, Stratford Funding.

Mon Jin Lau, 1515 E. Maple,
Troy, 689-2332. Enjoy unique
dishes with Thai and Indone-
sian influences as well as clas-
sic Chinese cuisine. Voted Best
Chinese restaurant by Monthly
Detroit. Exceptional dining for
over 22 years. Kitchen open till
one a.m. on Fridays and Satur-
days and until midnight the rest
of the week. Mon Jin Lau offers
lunch, dinner, take-out and late
night dining.



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Nicky's, 755 W. Big Beaver,
Top of Troy Bldg. Concourse,
362-1262. One of the premier
dining and dancing restaurants
in the metropolitan area, Nicky's
is the class act operation owned
by John Reaser and Nick Sorise.
It features fine dining at rea-
sonable prices with live danc-
ing for listening and dancing
Wednesday thru Saturday.




31005 ORCHARD LAKE RD. BEHIND F&M SOUTH OF 14 • 626-5020
MOH.-THURS. 10-9, FRL & SAT. 10-11, SUN. 12-8





We're closed on weekends for great private parties!

Here's just one example ... A party for 80 people
including appetizers, gourmet dinner, dessert,
complete beverage service, balloons,
entertainment, tax & tip —$35/person complete!
Nothing for you to do but show up.
Or ... we can tailor a party to fit any budget.

Open for lunch and dinner, Monday-Friday 11:00-11:00.
Call Nick for details, (810) 335-2037

Star Deli, 24555 W. 12 Mile
Rd., Southfield, 352-7377. This
is one of Michigan's largest del-
icatessen carry-out operations,
but you wouldn't know it from
the size. And everything is
homemade, tole slaw, potato
salad, chicken salad, tuna sal-
ad, egg salad and much more.
Star cooks its own corned beef
and pastrami, and the 7-day op-
eration includes a major spe-
cialty — beautiful tray catering.


Valid at the Southfield location only.


rants at popular Radisson Plaza
Hotel are each noted for indi-
vidual goodness. Bouquets is
its fine dining room and Tan-
go's Cocktail Lounge features
a bistro atmosphere with en-
tertainment for dancing Thurs-
day through Saturday. The
entire hotel has been rated four
diamonds by AAA for the many
services it offers.

Key Largo, 142 E. Walled Lake
Dr., Walled Lake, 669-1441. A
Northwest premiere in water-
front dining, experiences at Key
Largo include a lot of tropical
fun. A large menu that features
new pastas, pizzas, ribs, sand-
wiches, salads and daily fresh
fish specials at both lunch from
11 a.m. to dinner at 4 p.m. Its
banquet room is available for
all events.



Arriva Italia Ristorante,
6880 E. 12 Mile Rd., Warren,
573-8100. Chef Bill Hall has es-
tablished himself as an inno-
vator of new ideas in Italian
cuisine. Fresh pasta is made on
the premises every day. A fa-
vorite dining spot for local me-
dia personalities, Arriva is open
7 days a week, Arriva Ristorante



now featuring Dinner Shows.
Dinner 7 pm, show 9 pm. Pri-
vate dining rooms are available.

received by Sultan's, where the
price is right for Lebanese and
American food. The original
head chef since Sultan's opened
in 1985, is still in the kitchen
making the authentic middle-
eastern food. Sultan's new low-
priced all-you-can-eat Sunday
brunch and daily lunch have
gained prominence with food
selections for everyone in the
same exotic atmosphere.



Big Daddy's Parthenon,
6199 Orchard Lake Road, 737-
8600. Opal comes to the sub-
urbs as Big Daddy's Parthenon
flames galore to big crowds
every night. The Greektown in
West Bloomfield is the pride of
Rick Rogow and Tom Peristeris,
whose New Parthenon has been
a Downtown Detroit standout
for over 20 years. The large, ex-
perty-cut and scculent lamb
chops, special recipe Parthenon
cake, traditional Greek favorites,
special salads, etc. have been
winning return customers.

Golden Phoenix, 6257 Or-
chard Lake Rd., Sugar Tree
Shopping Center, West Bloom-
field, 855-3570. Now serving
beer and wine, Golden Phoenix,
specializing in Chinese, Can-
tonese and Szechuan food, is
the same fine restaurant that
had previously been a long-time
favorite on Maple and Tele-
graph. Both dining in and car-
ry-out are available in a wide
assortment of Oriental dishes
for culinary consumption.

Mai Thai, 6635 Orchard Lake
Rd., Old Orchard Shopping Cen-
ter, West Bloomfield, 626-6313.
Those who like the real thing
will enjoy Mai Tai with its very
spicy or non-spicy foods con-
cocted for authentic and tradi-
tional tastes at lunch or dinner.
It presents a casual atmosphere
with seating around 100 and is
open seven days a week.

Old Mexico, 5588 Drake Rd.,
West Bloomfield, 661-8088. Au-
thentic South of the Border dish-
es are big features at one of the
northwest suburbs highly-rat-
ed Mexican restaurants. South-
western quesadillas, chicken
fajitas, mojo de ajo (shrimp pre-
pared Mexican style) and many
more delights including big hit
margaritas are among the fa-
vorites. The very fine Latin jazz
rhythms of guitarist Jose Riojas
are Thurs. , Fri. and Sat.
evenings. A second Old Mexi-
co location is on 5 Mile in Livo-


Ristorante di Maria, 2080
Walnut Lake Road, West Bloom-
field, 851-2500. Although it
only seats around 50 people,
this many-times, jam-packed
Italian restaurant might be
called The Flagship" of the Va-
lente dining stable (La Suna
Grancaffe and Little Italy). It cer-
tainly is the oldest of the three,
starting out years back as just
a little carry-out pizza place and
developing into a very popular
Italian gourmet-style operation.
Wine is served and Ristorante
di Maria is open seven days a

Stage & Co., 6873 Orchard
Lake Rd., West Bloomfield, 855-
6622. Celebrating its 30th year,
this highly-regarded restaurant
features cocktails and a menu
to satisfy all appetites. Whether
choosing cheese blintzes
stuffed cabbage, pickled trout,
vegetarian dishes, hand-sliced
New York lox, fresh broiled fish
or matzo ball soup, breakfast,
lunch and dinner dining in a
warm casual atmosphere is
Tues., through Sun.

Sultan's, 7295 Orchard Lake
Rd., Robin's Nest Plaza, West
Bloomfield, 737-0160. Raves of
outstanding merit have been



Tunnel Bar-B-Q, 58 Park St. E.,
Windsor, Det. Number 961-
3663. Tunnel Bar-B-Q, off the
Windsor-Detroit Tunnel exit,
and its sister operation, TBQ's
Other Place, are prominent as
two of Windsor's finest restau-
rants. For over 50 years, Tun-
nel has reaped much inter-
national fame for its world fa-
mous ribs and high quality
homemade desserts. TBQ's Oth-
er Place features tasty seafoods,
steaks, chops, cocktails and
much banquet facilities. Tunnel
Bar-B-Q now also serves beer
and wine for the first time in it's

Midrasha Sets
Jazz Lecture

On May 19 at 7:30 p.m., the
Midrasha Center for Adult Jew-
ish Learning will present a 90-
minute concert/lecture/discussion
by Rabbi Craig Allen titled "Jazz
From Sinai."
The focus of the May 19 pro-
gram, which will be held at the
AJE building, 21550 West 12
Mile Road, Southfield, will be the
compatibility of Hebrew chant
and American jazz forms. Some
Hebrew background is recom-
mended for this program. There
is a charge.
For information or to register,
call the Midrasha office, 354-

`Beau Jest'
Closes Season

JET will close out its 1993-94 sea-
son with the comedy Beau Jest.
Discount preview perfor-
mances will be May 18 - 19 at 8
p.m., May 21 at 8:45 p.m., and
May 22 at 2 p.m.
Regular performances will be-
gin May 22 at 7 p.m. (opening
night) and run through June 12.
Wednesday and Thursday per-
formances are at 8 p.m.; Satur-
days are at 8:45 p.m.; Sunday
evening performances are at 7
p.m. The matinee performances
are May 22, 25, June 5, and 8.
Performances are held at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Communi-
ty Center.
For reservations or informa-
tion, call the Jewish Ensemble
Theatre, 788-2900.

We shall not be redeemed
until our exile is brought to
an end.
Bed Katznelson

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