Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 93
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 93

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SPECIAL TODAY Porlc Cutlet with Applo Ringt. Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Mixed Greens with Jlf f\f\ Roquefort, Coffee.... I «UU EtrrfiTp»«l llgklly--Opu 5 »«lly W r U tk. Lllllil ·· Nii'ifi WON MAY'S GAY 90 9 s 2.T08 Palm Dr. Slfjt.nl H i l l CA 7-:t2IG SOUTH from WILLOW on TEMPLE D I N E O N T H E W A T E R F R O N T ] Htmlotk S-49O6 VIEW DECK RESTAURANT and COCKTAIL LOUNGE , 24 - HOUR COFFEE SHOP .»! INC 10KC lUCfl HAVT UNDtNC FMI c| Megntbr i Mdn ln K, J1S MARINA DRIVJE -14. . --- -- · ^ · * «feS. H on the beautiful Long Beach Marina UR OWN_Pt£S « OUR OWN PIESl i BY ANY OTHER NAME .J j our SOUTHERN FRIED ij 5 : CHICKEN would loite = j i ~° tuit at g o o d j -- Ray's Range Forme,ly Roy 1 , Hut CARSON of ORANGE ITM R QWH~.PJ%S~,~10\JK OWN PIElS i^ssw^ss^iBrwarK.-.T-.-v-w;.-.-.^ Uanpagne "' Luncheon El Fashion Show ·- Tuesday y EvtTY V/ed! EvtT TM Outstanding Continental Cuisine Merchant: Lunch 25 Salirf Eir, Chalce of 3 Eitrt«i, rUlh . ind C*llM, S r r Y * 4 frcn / I 1MI 9 f , M. 1 Our Specially INDONESIAN DINNERS FROM , . . SI.T5 Served from 4 P. M, 3rd Cedar HE 2 - 9 0 1 2 ^._ GtOSED UONDAT ^_^_ CANTONESE AMERICAN C U I S I N E E K T E H r U K M S X I BUFFET LUNCHEON DIRKED F A S H I O K SHOW E V E R T TUESDA1 t F R I Q A T N O O K ltd E, He. Cult H»l. I Blk. t,, · I Tflffic CirclB i« Lci[ luck ^ 6E 3-7407 ^ =y k Southern Californra's I mosf beautiful 1 restaurant Uj Atlantic Blvd. at San ·Infonfo Dr/ve Sunday Breakfast meet ut*wi f^/-^ TM c,i(j.\ ff ·y *r» by Bob April BILL WELCH Ladies Are Welcome M7HO IS he? Who is that pleasant new host who has been very much in evidence in recent weeks around The Tenderloin restaurant, 4363 Atlantic Ave.? He's assistant manager Bill Welch, brother of owner Rex Welch. For 10 years Bill was manager of Welch's restau- rnnt in Whittier, and for 10 years prior to that he was on the Los Angeles staff of Variety, serving as circulation manager and on the advertising and reportorial staffs. The Welch family is thoroughly a part of tTie restaurant field. Frank Welch, another brother, is bar manager of the Left Dank restaurant on 52nd Street in New York. Their sister, Dorothy Welch F.ddy, has operated the Seafood Tavern in Pasadena since 1935 SINCE IT OPENED last November, The Tenderloin has quickly gained recognition throughout the Southland as an unusually fine restaurant. Smartly modern in decor, The Tenderloin is devoted to glorifying one magnificent item: Beef. Featured are extraordinary cuts of prime ribs au jus (from $3) and a variety of small and large tenderloin, New York cut and top sirloin steaks, fully charcoal-broiled and priced from $3.50. They are accompanied by tossed salads mixed artfully in giant bowls atop beds of ice; spectacular baked potatoes, vegetable du jour and beverage. The service, by teams of waiters, is luxuriously leisurely. Quoting Lord Bryon--"Ye olde order always changcth, yielding to new"--Bill Welch is pleased to welcome the ladies to luncheon at The Tenderloin. These luncheons, formerly open exclusively to men, include salads and gourmet roast beef and corned beef served on onion bread buns. Dinners are served daily and Sunday from 5 p.m. on. Luncheons are daily from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The restaurant is closed Mondays. ~-T£DD THOMEY JACK'S Cloitd Won. Charcoal Broflfd Steaks t-uxurFui Dining Room BANQUET FACILITIES LUNCHEON AND DINNER 3 EAST BROADWAY, LONG BEACH endorloin ROOM WHEN ITALIAN FOOD STXIKES YOUR fANCY Mmm3 in » rear lr«ar to dig info one of our Ifue Italian tfijh« at« sfeabi for your d^nir.o Dfeajur*. C O C K T / U I S 2416 SANTA FE . CA 4-M3S SOUTHLAND DINING IN THE LONG BEACH AREA ' DEUQOUS FOOD at SENSIBLE PRICES J ONES DIN1MG ROOM CAFETERIA 120-126 E. 5lh ST. 11 A. M. TO 8 P. M. Closed Saturday inl 30 Years Localjon. ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY Except SUNDAY FEATURING The Great "CETANI' 1 Sunday PRIME if ?5 Monday RlfeS 1 Per Plaff con At. EF§» nOOM 4135 PARAMOUNT .11 CARSON LAKEWOOD -- HA J-11M I I $2.25 111 CHAR-BROILED TOP SIRLOIN STEAK DINNER Often imijated, Lunclicon from Mi30 Man thru Frl Special Low-Cal Lunch Menu Ctnie FINE FOOD 19(0 Santa Ft Long Beach HE i-355 BANQUETS 2O-40 MANHATTAN 1909 East 4»h St. HE 6.0620 lot ovif'~ ' - "·· * quartet of a teiitfirj-- PRIME RIBS · STEAKS SEA FOOD; -. -'. . BILL CLARfc at lift piano ^ 4fll EAST SECOND tTKEBT

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