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The Rubaiyat Continental Dining's Caravan Room, October 6, 1960

The Rubaiyat Continental Dining's Caravan Room, October 6, 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 6, 1960
Caption
Caravan Room: This is the Rubaiyat's private dining room where groups up to 60 can be served. The room can be closed off from the main dining room by a sliding walnut door. It has its own private entry at 345 S. Main. The Caravan Room features a mural carrying out this theme and a dropped ceiling of tapestries.

The Curtis Building With the Rear Exterior Of The Rubaiyat Restaurant, November 3, 1961

The Curtis Building With the Rear Exterior Of The Rubaiyat Restaurant, November 3, 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 3, 1961
Caption
Wins Pacesetter Award: George G. Curtis has been presented the first in a series of monthly Pacesetter awards "for improvement of private property in a manner which contributes to the appearance of the city." Shown here is the rear of the Curtis Building located on the east side of the 300 block of S. Main St. The award was made by the City Art Committee, a citizens group appointed by the City Council. The committee said it was giving the first award to Curtis because of the recent remodeling of the building. It cited "good design, the attention paid to the rear of the premises to improve the appearance for the Fourth Ave. parking lot and the establishment of a store entrance facing the lot."

The Rubaiyat Continental Dining Entry And Lounge, October 6, 1960

The Rubaiyat Continental Dining Entry And Lounge, October 6, 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 6, 1960
Caption
Entry and Lounge: This is the Rubaiyat's main entry and lounge of modern furnishings where persons can wait to be admitted to the dining rooms. The entry-lounge area has a checkroom and hostess desk.

The Rubaiyat Continental Dining Room, October 6, 1960

The Rubaiyat Continental Dining Room, October 6, 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 6, 1960
Caption
The Rubaiyat Room: This is the main dining room of the new, $100,000 - plus Rubaiyat Continental Dining facility which has been opened at 341-345 S. Main St. This space and a balcony dining room (in background) are two of three dining rooms in the 210-seat restaurant.

Mr. & Mrs. Fenerli Look Over Their Restaurant, The Rubaiyat's, Menu, October 6, 1960

Mr. & Mrs. Fenerli Look Over Their Restaurant, The Rubaiyat's, Menu, October 6, 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 6, 1960
Caption
Owner and His Wife: L. G. Fenerli, owner of the Rubaiyat, and his wife, Vera, who is managing the facility are shown inspecting the restaurant's menu which features dishes from around the world.

Mr. & Mrs. Fenerli Look Over Their Restaurant, The Rubaiyat's, Menu, October 6, 1960

Mr. & Mrs. Fenerli Look Over Their Restaurant, The Rubaiyat's, Menu, October 6, 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 6, 1960
Caption
Owner and His Wife: L. G. Fenerli, owner of the Rubaiyat, and his wife, Vera, who is managing the facility are shown inspecting the restaurant's menu which features dishes from around the world.

Council To Review Dancing Restriction

Council To Review Dancing Restriction image
Parent Issue
Day
5
Month
November
Year
1963
Copyright
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No Clue Found In Rubaiyat Fire

No Clue Found In Rubaiyat Fire image
Parent Issue
Day
14
Month
January
Year
1963
Copyright
Copyright Protected