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Amer's Mediterranean Deli

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Month
January
Year
1993
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Sr Amep's. Or, why you V rf w don't need a coupon _ January is Cocoa fn pJ kpnp y Month at Ann Arbor's a, lu Cfll "Gl G' V #1 Deli, Amer's j _ . So Have A Cow! S 5" 4 Country Cow Cocoa, that is. y We bought the whoe fine of rfp yffl? this very special Vermont hot FRANK'S OF PHILADELPHIA makes what is yWñ COCOa to keep your tummies (and has been for more than several decades) the Kf) warm through the winter.) most popular cream soda in SE Pennsylvania. Of MsJ the great cream sodas, Dr Brown's included, jtfëtsiJ g #W ife, Frank's is by f ar the lightest, thereby interferí ng 56 ííp 7V lesswith the flavor of sandwiches, salads or pastas. U % J&&r Xr It also happens to be less expensive. ISNT LIFE F k WONDERFUL? Of course it is. This is due, in Kr Bodum French Press J@ pari, to the fact that Ufe is full of alternatives. Si Coffee & Tea Pots! And, in this sense, Amer's is a true mimicry of V &&(Jl T jfe what we all expect Ufe to be. You want to TAKE eïp M HOME SOME COFFEE, for instance. ■Qcáf SMLL Ü. Everybody's not going to want the same kind, so we ïC I VSGF H "" always have at least thirty-six on hand. So you can J$L piek them by the price level, blend, presence or t!ks?L# absence of caffeine, or whatever. And what about jféÈÊr Coffee of the Month Y thatfrog? We have himjust a-hoppin' everywhere JANaAíCN ÖL6 vfivlNTAxM I#I tne store' ChefLewis (remember? "...pound-for- pound the best creator ofsalads and traditional deli L9.5DbL dishes this side of Lady Gotham herself...") lays out WV yr OmL )ui OWL_ several soups, more than thirty salads, and buckets U f [ " ] )Lr of bodacious bounties that burst toward our bellies with zealous flavor and glee. A mile of cheeses, y Háaqen-Dazs meats and smokedfish. a grocery store in 5_ Frn7in Vnniirt Pare QQ THE DELL All this to make sure you know that: %v r rozen rogun aars yyp WANT EVERY0NE T0 come to amer's. The Hooper-Collis typeace, Frawg, and all the wonderful W I SHTH ■ jfcr (and original) works of art in this ad, are copyrighted L W '1 fc% h TÉ C moleríais licensed exclusively to Amer's Inc. (the staff of B Jr US w which hopes will offer you a moment ofjoy, from wherever you come, wherever you be, whomever you are). Life is, !■ gA Jm P after all, quite wonderful in Ann Arbor, and Amer's is êk WWW %UL %9 tíK dedicated to keeping it that way. MeCTyí o J Introducir tik (Big) State Street store!! N 611 Church Street 312 South State Street Next to Rick's Across from Borders Books 1 r _ M-F 7:30 a.m. to 3 a.m. M-F 7 a.m. to midnight I !k SatSun 8:30 a.m. to 3 a.m. SatSun 8 a.m. to midnight t? flpV Phone: (313) 769-1210 Phone: (313) 761-6000 ICI Fax: (313) 769-1508 Fax: (313) 761-1802 11 H Open 363 daysyear Open 364 daysyear r

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