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October 04, 2002 - Image 122

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-04

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• MARTINI AND CHAMPAGNE

Invites All His Old Friends to Enjoy
Their Favorite Tableside
Just ask, whether on
the menu or not!

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FINAL DAYS FOR FOR THIS COUPON!

ONE WEEK ONLY!! THRU SUNDAY, OCT. 13, 2002

SPECIAL EVENTS

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Bar/Bat Mitzvahs,
Showers, Etc.
Private rooms or Use
Our Entire Restaurant!

The Best Of Everything

• SEAFOOD • PASTA

Tableside Cooking
Chef Extraordinaire

RESERVE NOW
FOR CHOICE
DATES ON
HOLIDAY PARTIES

Arts & Entertainment

• STEAKS • CHOPS

Robert Kimoto

ENTIRE FOOD BILL!

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Enjoy Upscale
Dining In An Artsy
Contemporary
Environment Right
Out Of South Beach
In Your Backyard,
Downtown
Royal Oak!

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"A DINING GEM... WITH A LAVISH KNOCK-YOUR-SOCKS-OFF INTERIOR...
IT'S REFUSAL TO COMPROMISE ON QUALITY GOES OVER BIG."
DANNY RASKIN,
Open 7 days From 5 p.m.
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CORNER FOURTH ST. & LAFAYETTE ST. NEXT TO THE ROYAL OAK MUSIC THEATER

(248) 582-4700

7- (;)

• Gift Baskets
• Sweet Trays
• Muffins
• Soups
„ a ce' • Cookies

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THE GALLERY RESTAURANT

Everything Made Fresh Daily

Enjoy gracious dining amid a beautiful
atmosphere of casual elegance

BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

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9:30 p.m. SUN. 8 a.m.- 9 p.m.
OPE N 7 DAYS: MON.- SAT. 7 a
West Bloomfield Plaza • 6638 Telegraph Road and Maple • 248-851-0313

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OPEN FOR LUNCH!

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ENJOY OUR NEW MENU!

Voted Best Challah Bread!

'1.00 Off Any
Bread
Order
1 coupon per order

Fine Italian Dining in a
Casual Atmosptierg.

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Fri
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not rood with any other discount
or special offer

24-hour notice please on
specialty items

(some exceptions)

6879 Orchard Lake Rd.
in the Boardwalk Plaza

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RISTORANTE

248.865.6308

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Just East of Farmington. Road

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• 35 to 1400 guests
• Seven banquet rooms
• Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
• Weddings & Showers
• Corporate events
• Holiday gatherings
Modified Kosher Available
Lunch served M-F, 10:30am - 2:00pm -$5.75

Call for package rates!
586-759-6500

6015 E.Ten Mile Rd.Warren MI

(exit Mound Road South from 1-696)

www.decarlosbanquets.com

will travel cross
country to attend.
For more info,
contact Joel Gilman,
(310) 276-7438,
anist2000no1@cs.com
... or Karen Rogers
Goldstone, (818)
342-7785,
mumfordwest@aol. corn
THANKS ... To barrister Jack Bindes
... for the 1960s or 1970s picture of his
late father, Morrie Bindes, myself and
"a bunch of other mugs" seated at a
table during a Masonic dinner ... To
insurance gent Howard Camden ... for
the 1969 London Chop House menu
and other interesting things ... They're
very much appreciated since all our files
were totally destroyed in the Jewish
News fire of last January.
KORN KORNER ... From Marilyn
Tringali ... A shnorer (beggar) is used to
receiving a set donation from a certain man
every week. One day, when the shnor-
er comes for the money, the man tells
him that he cannot give him anything.
"I have had terrible expenses recent-
ly. My wife became very sick, and I
had to send her to a health resort. It is
very cold there, so I had to buy-her
new clothes and a fur coat."
"What!" the shnorer yells. "With my
money?"
OLDIE BUT GOODIE Dept. ...
From Bud Sherbow ... A city boy,
Kenny, moved to the country and
bought a donkey from an old farmer
for $100. The farmer agreed to deliver
the donkey the next day.
The following day, the farmer drove
up and said, "Sorry, son, but I have
some bad news, the donkey died."
Kenny replied, "Well, then, just give
me my money back."
"Can't do that," said the farmer. "I
went and spent it already."
"Okay then, just unload the don-
key," said Kenny.
The farmer asked, "What ya gonna
do with him?"
Kenny: "I'm going to raffle him off"
Farmer: "You can't raffle off a dead "
donkey!"
Kenny: "Sure, I can. Watch me. I
just won't tell anybody he is dead."
A month later the farmer met up
with Kenny and asked, "What hap-
pened with that dead. donkey?"
Kenny: "I raffled him off. I sold 500
tickets at two dollars apiece and made
a profit of $898."
Farmer: "Didn't anyone complain?"
Kenny: "Just the guy who won. So I
gave him his two dollars back."
Kenny grew up and eventually
became the chairman of Enron. El

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