The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 10, 1968 · Page 177
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November 10, 1968

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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 177

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-pie j SOUTH OCEAN DRIVE PALM BEACH SHORES SINGER ISLAND . . . RESERVATIONS PH 844-5221 5 f -'ffiff PROUDLY PRESENTS ITS FALL PROGRAM OF AN ALPINE BEER FESTIVAL 1 V tfl.ul A GLASS OF COOL DRAFT BEER IS SERVED COMPLIMENTARY WITH YOUR FESTIVAL DINNER LANNY GREY Playing beautiful melodies every night except Monday. SATURDAY NIGHT DANCE TO LANNY GREY ORCH. FRIDAY NITE IS LADIES NITE FROM 5-7 P.M. BOTTLES OF FREE CHAMPAGNE GIVEN AWAY AT COCKTAIL HOUR LADIES POPULAR DRINKS 50' COCKTAIL HOUR EVERY DAY 5-7 PM DRINKS PLUS 60' HORS D'OEUVRES with comfortable airy rooms, fast room service and a top-notch dining room that dispenses trout from the Zugersee, sirloin steaks, fondue Bour-guignonne, and Zuger Kirschtorte, one of t h e real specialties of the region. The Zugersee, from which the Ochsen and other dining rooms obtain trout and the winter-season fish, Zuger Roetel, is a few yards from the hotel. Ferry boats, with their own fine restaurants, ply the lake many times daily. The complete trip, from one end of the lake to the other and back, with stops at eight villages, takes two hours and thirty minutes. The cost: 85 cents. Not only has a lake been named after Zug, but also a mountain the Zugerberg. A cog railway pulls you to the top, where a terrace restaurant overlooks the valley and lake below. But the ferry boat trip is the big sightseeing excursion here. The craft stops at quaint villages with names like Overwil, Buonas, Risen, Lothen-bach, Baumgerten, Immensee, Witchwil and Arth am See. Each seems to try to outdo the other in floral displays, green hills and trees. Fortunately, you hardly notice the influx of industry. But the people who are on a level with the chamber of commerce proudly boast that Zug now has an electrical apparatus factory, a textile mill, and factories for producing hardware, rustproofing articles and wooden boxes. EACH EVENING CHEF BOECK (FROM AUSTRIA) PRESENTS THE FOLLOWING GOURMET DISHES MONDAYS HO AST DUCKLING CHIPOLATA, BROIL-KI) CALVES SWEET BREADS & WHOLE BABY FLOUNDER SAUTKED TUESDAYS: SAUERBHATEN WI'OTATO PANCAKES, l'OHK CHOPS WITH HAM & MUSHROOMS, STUFFED BREAST OF CAI'ON WEDNESDAYS: HI' NO A HI AN BEEF OOULASH, WNOODLES, SMOKED LOIN OF PORK W SAUERKRAUT. WIENER SCHNITZEL STEEPLE CHASE THURSDAYS: CORNED BRISKET OF BEEF, SAUTEEI) I.AMBSTEAK, STUFFED ROUISLADE OF VEAL IN PAPRIKA SAUCE FRIDAYS: SHORT RIBS OF BEEF W VEGETABLES. BROILED FRESH HAM STEAK, FILET OF SOLE MARGUERITA SATURDAYS: ROAST LEG OF LAMB, GRILLED Vi SPRING CHICKEN HARVESTER, TENDER LOIN TIPS OF BEEF STROGANOFF SUNDAYS: FOR THE FOURTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR THE COLONADES PRESENTS THE SUNDAY NITE "TROPICAL BUFFET" WITH A FABULOUS SELECTION OK FOODS HOT AND COLD. DESSERTS AND BEVERAGES 3.95 THK COMPLETE FEAST INCLUDING THE FULL COURSE DINNER 1.195 AND IN ADDITION THE MARINE TERRACE NOW PHESENTS THE COMPLETE DINNER MENU WITH A LARGE SELECTION OK FISH ANn SEA FOOD SPECIALTIES, CHOPS, FOWL AND MANY OTHER DELICACIES STAKIINU AT K.9b. All Florida Magazine 1

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