Independent from Long Beach, California on February 28, 1969 · Page 18
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 18

Long Beach, California
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Friday, February 28, 1969
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y»-INDgPDENT (AM) PRESS-TELTGRAM (PM) ROAST BEEF, TURKEY AND HAM Chef Jim Robinson is new owner of Andy's Hot Cake House and Cafe* teria, Pacific Avenue at Anaheim Street, formerly owned by Andy Gassaway. Robinson, who features Swiss steak, meat loaf and roast chicken, also owns Robinson's Cafeteria, 214 E. Fourth St. FRIENDLY DIRECTIONS Sign at Bit of Sweden, 2131 E. Broadway, offers guests suggestions on smorgasbord dining. Waitresses serve homemade bread and beverage. Most guests help themselves to multiple luncheon and dinner dishes, but waitresses, such as Anna Maria Campbell (above), will serve those who wish such assistance. SJNG ALONG Vocalist - organist - pianist Vivianne Crist plays sing-along tunes nightly in lounge at Inge's Dinner House. HIIFFSWLER'S FAMILY RESTAURANT QUALITY FOOD at REASONABLE PRICES WE BAKE OUR OWN BREAD AND PASTIRES ALL FOODS AVAILABLE TO GO... . OPEN 11:30 A.M. lo.S P.M. Daily except Monday 5100 E. 2nd St., BELMONT SHORE Ample FREE Parking Avoilobl* GE 9-8552. Tonight STEAK HOUSE BANQUET FACILITIES From 35 to 15 PLENTY OF FREE PARKING OPEN 7 DAYS--FROM 11 A.M. HOUSE SPECIALTIES Prime Rib · Steaks Lobster · Seafood · COCKTAILS 1735 W. Pacific Coast Hiway · HE 7-7966 RAY PETERS I PIANO BAR Featuring: RIME RIB I Steaks · Lobster · Seafoods |j Dine in our elegantly remodeled din- sj ing room and lounge styled in a P warm, cozy English motif. K Leung* wen 7 days it .m. to 1 a.m. ·) Luncheon served from 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 D.m. E Dinner served from 4t3D D.m. to 11 a.m. IK Sundays 4 p.m. to to D.m. Ml 2099 BELLFLOWER BLVD. 597-5212 ; MOM fnm LM AHti snmlM Centeri USE YOUR lANKAMERICARD nmiminiimiimiNKiimiifniiiiiiimnmii niiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiimirniiniiMiMiHHMi STILL GOING STRONG! Nof of Signal Hi/1 Buf of Alberhill . . . the original DePafma's Italian Village iriRMMMV- cti Complete ITALIAN CVIStNE DINNERS · PIZZA · BEER · WINE Private Dining Room for Groups to 24 ALSO FOOD TO GO PHONE ORDERS READY ON ARRIVAL OPEN 5 P.M. DAILY --CLOSED TUESDAY PARKING IN REAR 4722 E. 2nd St., Belmont Shore Phone 434-8403 ' yyTTVfrYYYTTTTTTYTyTTTI CHAMPION FOOD REASONABLE RtMnatloni NECESSARY on WEEKENDS Call 1--714 674-2391 DePALMA'S Italian Village SMORGASBORD^; YOUR HOSTS: IGIL Md MARY IOLSVIK I * Alberhill, Calif., en Highway 71 bcrwnii 11 Ctrma and Laki Eliinor* | *^ imwiniimniuiiinMinnmffiimiiiiiMHimiiiMiiiiiimiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiMiilimiitiii!iinnHimimfl!M]fflV*K 5925 N. CHERRY AVE. Phone 423-9776 KIT. SMORGASBORD "ALL FRIDAY-SATURDAY 4P.M. to 8:30 P.M. PRIME I\lJt Dinner SI 75 Dessert Included ALL YOU CAN EAT*-.. LUNCH....*! WEEKDAYS 11:30 TIL 3:00 Chicken-Meat Balls Other Hot Entrees. Salads, Apple Pie, efc. Dessert Included^ 2131 E. BROADWAY, L.B. 434-0587 or 433-0031 Complete Catering Senrice-Banquet loom NOW OPEN THE NEW . .. (II )(H Kl.llt HHH. H '«"« HORST DO YOU KNOW? CROW'S CAFETERIA PRESENTS 2 DELICIOUS LUNCH DINNER §-1 59 to .L 1101 AlamilosAve. 1 LONG BEACH Phone HE 2-5000 For Pleasant Dining COMPLETE DINNERS Opt* 7:00 AM. f. 1:00 p.m 5705 ATLANTIC (be GRAND HOTEL WreitliM and Ski Qunmiont HBUM DlILT II A.M. te I .M. i r.M. wiikiin tiiiti Mniri *********** SMORGASBORD DELICIOUS FOOD SerreJ in · beautiful ttuwspfceia AIL YOU CAN EAT LUNCH;,...,- ·1,20 DINNER ·,,..,. M.65 Entnei Chang* Daily OPEN7DATSAVYEEK 2252 LONG BEACH BLVD. .ONG BEACH 426-3879 FINE FOODS · COCKTAILS Coiie As You Are · DELICIOUS LUNCHES · · SUPERB DINNERS · · COCKTAILS · Sunday Morning Irtakfaif from t A.M. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 3918 LONG BEACH BLVD. · GA 6-2336 The "In" Inn in Palos Vcrdes hungry tiger restaurant 377-6811 FRESH MAINE LOBSTER · OYSTER BAR PRIME STEAKS · DANCING 4:00 P.M.-2:00 A.M. / 7 Days a Week Special! Early Dinner Menu (4 to 6:30) 27300 Hawthorne Blvd. at Silver Spue Road f/ Eastern Style Sandwiches '· TO GO or DELIVERED*) ,. OPEN UATE EVERY DAYJ THE SANDWICH GALIEKY 1711 Eiil Allklll Lilt luck 431-4111 MOrtSOOrt jiflfhrau /m;*orter/ c*?r A* icinct Hruticurtz and Kraut Curnctl ftvefSntidwiche* 4 ficert on Tap SING-A-LONGWm CANTONESE CUISINE EXOTIC and TROPICAL DRINKS t FOOD TO GO We, AtctM DlMd Club IU CwH IIIIKM Credit CirHi 9747 E. ARTESIA ILVD. Bellflower Phone 925-6245 DAILY DIMER SPEOIALS! SERVED 3 P.M. TO 9 P.M. By TEDD THOMEY A TRIBUTE TO LIVIO FROM A FARAWAY BANKER -- For years umpteen numbers of local citizens have been enjoying the quality foods at low fees at chef Livio Pinterpe's Snack Shack, 1765 E. Broadway. Now comes the revelation that the fame of this modest establishment has spread to Wisconsin. Recently R. E. Xastrow, vice president of City Hank, Portage, Wis., wrote a pleasant letter to Livio, noting that he first started dining at the Shack back in the early 1940s when he was stationed with an Air Force unit at Municipal Airport. "My wife Irene and I have been back many times since," Zastrow added. "About every two years while visiting Long Beach we make it a point to eat at your place. "Not only is the spencer steak delicious, but we also think your chili burger with raw onions on top is a great dish. A few years ago we asked for your recipe for open-face strawberry pie, but you said you wanted to keep it a secret. How about sending it along now? "My daughter, who was bom at Seaside Hospital when 1 was in the service, was married last Aug. 17. On their honeymoon to Disneyland they went to Long Beach and stopped off at the Snack Shack." Livio, a quiet Italian with a heart as big as llio Vatican, immediately dispatched his prized pie recipe to the Zastrows. My wife and I agree with ail of Mr. Z's comments. Livio's $1.39 spencer steak dinner -- with soup, salad, French fries, toasted bun, beverage and ice cream is a remarkable bargain. * * * JA, DAS 1CHT EIN BEAUTIFUL DELMONICO -Another of our very favorite restaurants is Inge's Dinner House, 17847 Lakewood Blvd. just south of Artesia Boulevard. It's a good-looking, inviting place owned by the Osenbrunner sisters ·-- Anita, Fritzie and Inge --· who have the clearest complexions and brightest smiles in town. Born in Munich, the girls offer superb German dishes as well as a $2.75 delmonico steal dinner which is a culinary knockout, including relishes, shrimp cocktail, soup or salad, potato, hot cheesebread and ice cream. That pretty new entertainer at Inge's is brunet Vivianne Crist, a talented vocalist-organist-pianist. She plays everything from old time sing-along tunes to "Harper Valley PTA." She hands out song sheets to help the guests warble such oldies as "K-K-Kaly" and "Oh, Johnny!" There's also interesting German fare at a new restaurant in downtown Long Beach --the Hofbrau, 1490 Long downtown Long Beach -- the Hofbrau, 1490 Long Beach Blvd. Featured are bratwurlz, kraut, corned beef sandwiches and four beers on tap. The Bavarian touches include German beer and sing-along entertainment every Saturday night. * w * THESE WILL PUT LIFE INTO YOUR JADED TASTEBUDS: For a wonderful shrimp cocktail, loaded with tasty tender shrimp and only 75 cents, visit the Keona restaurant and lounge, 1115 E. Wardlow Rd. Hosts Chuck and Peggy Heckel have discovered the secret of offering bountiful dining at an intelligent tab. For $2.50 you can have one of those cocktails and a thick, juicy broil-it-yourself steak with fresh salad, baked potato with cheese sauce, bread and butter. Those top sirloins, $1.75, are easy to cook on the Keona's open-flame ston« grill. If you don't know the technique, the waitresses will be glad to explain. Next time you're wondering where to find a place that will fascinate the kids as well as grownups, consider Smith Bros. Indian Village, 4020 Pacific Coast Hwy., Torrance. From the outside it resembles a gigantic Indian lodge. Inside it's decorated with displays revealing the authentic cultures of many of America's great Indian tribes. The kids are given paper feather headdresses to wear and the management puts their names on a list which offers a free gift when their birthday rolls around. If your waitress doesn't mention that birthday offer, ask about it. The food, beautifully prepared, is gourmet fare emphasizing sea delicacies, steak and prime rib, from $3.75 to $5.50. The starling dishes i n - clude a creamy fish dip with crackers and sea food cocktails. Children's sandwich plates are from $1.25. A beautiful, complete redecorating has been accom-'? plished at Huffstetler's buffet-style restaurant, 5100 t Second St. Owner-chef Forrest (Huff) Huffstetler now presides over a premises replete with elegant rust-colored^ and saddle-brown booths, bermuda teak wall paneling, i new tables and new booth dividers. Huff, a culinary artist, turns out scrumptious round of roast beef dinners, $2.25,, remarkably generous. Seven other meat entrees are featured daily. Country Grovy. Moihcd Po'alo*i, Vtgetable. Roll Butler , 'It WEDNESDAY-Vukrd i\I«-:it Sp Veg ak,-d i\l. :) t I.oaf (Ujc miih Snuce, Moilied PolnloQt. al ·! Hloblc. Roll « Bull.r « " Country Gravy, Maihcd Pat Vegetable, Roll Buller FRIDAY-Savory Swiss Sleak ,S|;S;1 MaihedPolato«t,Vcgotabl*, I Roll* Bulttr ··- Vegetable, Roll I. But SUNDAY-Vsmkcc I'ol Kosisi SerrtJ all Jay Naodl«,,v.g«iobl.. aollttulr.r Son This Ad! Bo Sur. Wo/ io W/js iha Dinner of Your Choice KKRAKKASTSERVKI) AROUNHTIIE CI.tM'.k" -SI 05 14UW.EDIKCEKAVE. ·I Bristol, Santa Ana 540-4487 4 1 0 1 I . A K E W O O U U I . V I ) . at Carson, Lnkewoixl 4 29-1035 U.M.Io2«.ffl. Snl.lJ.,1 OPEN DAILY 7 A.M. 10 2 A.M. 1490 LONG BEACH BLVD. 432-9337 BREAKFAST'LUNCHES DINNERS · COMPLETE FOUNTAIN HAMBURGERS* FRESH SEAFOODS OickMotiontSoni COFFEE SHOP 2001 PoclfkAr.. 5«|.3«l Op.n7..m.-10p,m. DINNER SERVED ALL DAY Fcolurinj · ROAST BEEF · ROAST TURKEY · BAKED HAM · ROAST PORK · ROAST CHICKEN · SWISS STEAK · BAKED MEAT LOAF and ROAST LEG OF LAMB IndaJci Mr4 Pol.lmi.Vtj.lobli. Kill ir Millig, CoEler, TtBor lullrtmill, Oeiiid. PACIFIC at ANAHEIM, L.B. Everybody loves. Me-nfdV PIZZA! (PARLOR) ft lANJO Fri. f San A Sun. BAVARIAN t IMPORTED BtR OPEN DAtLYFROM 11 A.M. call PIZZA TO GO 421-8908 4115 PARAMOUNT BLVD. At Carton In Lakewood

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