The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 7, 1961 · Page 45
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Saturday, Oct. 7, 1961 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER rage 11 "" Sfos where 5;ts cared vitrei! ! Frisch Restaurant Story. . . Success Eleven years ago, David, double-deck hamburger was Frisch opened his 5th drive-icreated. and the first drive- ment available and a well in restaurant, and since that in, built especially to handlePlannea use 01 space, tnis time the tri-state area has -ne "'b y. was erecu:a.1i-uiiiiJiicu.y wiuum sut a pair ii .11 ii i es'-'where if ' iswanied V cultivafed. This sincere saying appears on many menus at Stein's Hideaway on Keading- Koad; and is indicative of the type of sincere service and determination to please offered at this popular restaurant. Stein's has consistently come up with ciever promotions and package deals over the years and now features a different menu special or event for almost every night of the week. The Alms . . . Still Growing Cincinnati's Hilltop Hotel, The fine restaurants, the the structure which stands'Town Room, Coffee Shop, at the corner of Victory Park- and the Mermaid Lounge are way and Taft Road, houses .under the supervision of 500 beautifully decorated and .world-famous Chef Victor air-conditioned rooms and suites. And with the completion of the temperature- the beautiful Veronese Room is now open for Sunday dining. And the ever-popular controlled swimming pool;"Over-21 Dance" is going into this summer, the Alms has its fifth successful year every brought "resort living" tOiWednesday and Friday eve-within minutes of the heart'nings. j of town. The Alms continues to be The famous Mermaid the favorite meeting place Lounge has become one of'for groups and industry, the most popular cocktail Meetings, banquets, recep-lounges in the area. There's tions, and private parties are entertainment nightly, with 'a specialty at the Alms. And the current attraction beingjwith the convenience of a Beverley Parker for the cock- connecting garage and park-tail hour, and Joey Nichols, ing lot, the Alms continues pianist, mimic and impres-"to grow" as Cincinnati's sionist, from 10 p. m. to 2 a. m. popular Hilltop Hotel. seen the fabulous growth of f one of this country s most fident tnat whatever Frlsch's successful restaurant chains. places on the menu, it must Now the Fall of 1961, j be worth eating. Several Frisch's Big Boy Drive-Ins other sandwiches were .... , litu added, each with its own are still growing with up- distin 'Uve namC( and the wards of 150 locations in menu seerneci to grow larger Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and over the years. some as far south at Ft.l Over the years, Frisch's has Lauderdale and Tamp a, Pioneered in new food prod- ,Jn a ...o,. ucts, new sandwiches, new Florida. And this Progresslrtssrts and npw t can be traced to several key and new methods of food points that have always been handling that insure quality, prevalent throughout the c 1 e a n liness and customer years for the Frisch organ!-, satisfaction. Because of the zation: quality of food, effi-chain's rapid growth, a new ciency of service, and an commisary has been created awareness or Fnscns piace in larger quarters that now in the community. It was actually 1939 when David Frisch opened his first drive-in restaurant; and he opened it against the advice of almost everyone he talked to. "A drive-in will never go' in Cincinnati , . . the winter is too long . . , the spring is too rainy . . . people aren't going to eat in their cars!" But several people did have faith, and with their backing and confidence the first drive-in was opened. In 1948, the Frisch Big Boy is capable of handling muchiln Greater Cincinnati, there'u of the Frisch food products. a Frisch Big Boy Drive-In With the most modern equip-: Restaurant In the neighbor hood. And as more locations are built, and more people served, Frisch's will continue tern for other restaurant op-l testing for added services erations around the country.'and greater conveniences for No matter where you live its customers. 1 1 W laflv m I m Mm I 111 Mil k rm k i h i, tQ"U ttrt.TlsM Te 4 OuffV . ...rheons nViee 1 i'.itC HUB' .Milt ctPV. nean ...on ou . i an e cnl.r.aies'- 3sfSSSr ..At . 4 " .... uMU Open Now Two Charcoal Steak Houses For Klu and Jack Ted Kluszewskl and Jack be provided daily; and popu-Stayin have operated their lar pianist, Jimmy Cain will Charcoal Steak House on be featured downtown at the East McMillan Street for quite piano bar. a few years now and rumors; Jack Stayin has also re-had it that they were looking vealed plans for still another for another location. jCharcoal Steak House now Rumor became fact this under construction in a new week when these two enter-.Motel on Central Parkway, prising gen tlement announced between Marshall and Hopple the opening of their new lo- Streets. The brand-new res-: cation in the heart of town.jtaurant should be completed Today at 11 a. m., the doors:in about four months, and will open at 27 East Sixthjwill have a 250-seat capacity. Street for the second Char- coal Steak House. MORE AND BETTER Formerly the Lorelei, and RESTAURANTS the site of Shevlin s, a Favor-; . . ite Cincinnati Restaurant for! Americans eat everywhere, many years; the second Char-,For proof, just look around coal Steak House will offer, you. Most of us eat at home, the same famous charcoal-jor COurse. But the ranks are Ke, StriP tSir 0iJ? i,tea.ks being rapidly depleted as t rl nr. hfluo font olirroH Pinnm- & f - natians and out-of-townerslmore and better restaurants, at the Walnut Hills Restau-! catering to every conceivable rant. The popular Business-' taste, social situation and in-men's Luncheons will alsocomei spring up in all sec- SMORGASBORD tions of the country. HISTORY TOLD I Today you find restaurants, Smorgasbord, a table laden cafeterias and snack shops with delicacies of fish, meat n f rugstoreJ 1 1 and cheese, is a traditional' Atones. Iwwlmg alleys gracious gesture of hospital-j f gSateSSS!" ity which originated in the; variety stores delicatessens Scandinavian countries. r6"1 " 7L, "r;,,; The Vikings started these1 newsdealer: stands. fpn!t in tvio novo a.hpn Where else do Americans distance? were vast anS eat? Why in schools of every trSarduouOnly on rTre and private clubs. On occasions did friends Eet ships, in planes, and on togethe? When they didltrains- In l0S camps, fhgth brouft tlSTftae yarding houses ; and even In dishes from their locale. hpltel a0n.d lnt nnt Those from the coast areas' ?ost of alL Americans not brought delicacies of the eatmfJ at horn e eat in the sea; those from the forest. i"3"0"80 than 200'00 game; those from the farms.jresiaurants' . . , The variety of food at these ' '. "SteSt In B' feasts commemorating fu- pjto'g ffgrfated a res?: nerals, weddings or births fa u r a n t was Le Champ came to be known as smor- d'Oiseau, opened in Paris in gasbord. 1765. WE'RE NEW! golden key 10 min. from Oxford & Miami University on Rf. 73 DUFFETS on SUNDAY a to 8 PM WINE and DINE In Superb Atmosphere Billy Walker at the Piano Bar SUNDAY DINNERS FROM 12 NOON ....cart VERNON MANOR HOTEL a. mm 400 Oak at Burnet, Cincinnati 19, Ohio AV 1-3300 t James H. Morgenroth SAYBROOK TAVERN THE CINCINNATI RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION HAS DONE A JOB FOR ME! "r'y have given me legislutitm and Government agency protection and repriKcntation that I heretofore have not had" FOLLOW THAT CROWD TO EVERY MONDAY NIGHT All the Golden Brown $ YOU CAN EAT 'Z Includes: French j Fried PoUtoes, X Sll . . $2.50 Served from 5 'til II p. m. EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT THE CHAMPAGNE HOUR DANCING EXHIBITION By George & Dell EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT PRIZES EACH WEEK TALENT TIME 11 P.M. EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT LOBSTER FESTIVAL All the Live Maine LOBSTER YOU CAN EAT Includes: Baked Potato with Sour Cream and Chivei 51 . . $5.50 Served from 5 'til II p. m. It AND EVERY NIGHT THE CHAMPAGNE DINNER" - $.95 Choose from Meet, Fish or Fow AND All The Champagne You Can Drin SERVED THROUGHOUT THE MAIN COURSE LUNCHEON from $1.25 DINNER from $1.95 7633 READING ROAD RESERVATIONS PO 1-2965

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