Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on January 4, 1959 · Page 124
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 124

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S O U T H L A N D D I N IN J3 T H E L O N G B E A C H A R E A PH, Top Sirloin STEAK DINNER $1.75 mO SANTA ft Itmg kack HE 4-4355 BOB LEMON'S fijcarls 43*3 Aitotfe GA 4-3130 Long Beach. Cafif. Andy's Hot Cake House Open 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Dally I Sat., 7 to 2 {Closed Sun.) 643V2 PINE BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER »^^^^»»»^»| "DELICIOUS FOOD" i at i Sensible Prices : tone* G DINING ROOM CAFETERIA 120-126 E. 5TH ST. 11 A.M. TO 8 P.M. Closed Saturday iimmimiminimiimiiimii SAM'S SEA FOOD Family Kettaurant 6 Kin Market COCKTAILS DtllullllM I lilt Skip 16278 S. Pacific Coast Hwy. Sarlildl, Cil.l. BE 0-ISJ1, IE MCit THE WORLD FAMOUS Victor Hugo RESTAURANT OF LONG IEACH UNEXCELLED CUISINE · Steaks · Prim* Ribs « Chlck.n · 5.o Food Tour Kelts . · · Ellii t In Firtl 730 E. BROADWAY Sintlif 3 |I.M. li 2 ··. F A M I L Y t I S T A U R A N T Jack's Corsican Room 5430 E. SECOND ST. IELMONT SHORE (HAKES) GEneti 3-9306 CLOSED MONDAY RAY'S HUT CARSON at ORANGE · BEEF BURGERS · HOMEMADE PIES · DINNERS "Worth Stopping for" DELICIOUS and REAL MEXICAN FOOD 337 Pacific An. HI 2-3091 Op.n 11:30 A.M. ta 8 P.M. doled Sim. 3503 Atlantic Av?. GA 4-3005 Op*n 11:30 a.m. ta 12 Op«n 7 Dayi VISIT EL PATIO'S KOPA ROOM Make Tour Evening Out A MEMORABLE ONE A glamorous party atmosphere In a restaurant with dancing, entertainment and unexcelled cuisine. CLOSED MONDAYS I Atlantic Blvd. at San Antonio Drive Southern California's most beautiful restaurant Caricature by Milt R«pp«rt ' ROSE BASS Very Generous HTHEY STARE at the plate * and they can't quite believe it. That slice of prime rib looks too large* to be true. They test it tentatively with a knife, wondering if it can possibly be as tender as it looks. It is. They taste it. And then they know for sure that the prime rib at Jack's Corsican Room, 5430 E. 2nd St., Naples, is an extraordinary gourmet item. Its flavor is so perfect, so delightfully meaty and juicy, that some patrons come in night after night to enjoy it A handsomely-appointed restaurant designed in a Mediterranean motif, Jack's .is owned by Jack and Rose Bass. Thanks to Chef Jack's astonishing skill in the kitchen and Rose's warmth as hostess and greeter, the Corsican Room has taken a commanding position as one of Long Beach's finer restaurants. Its reputation is based to a large degree on the prime rib dinner (the 1%pound cut is $3.50) and superb charcoal-broiled steaks. WEIGHING MORE than a pound each, the steaks are things of beauty. Selected by Jack himself, carefully broiled until they are the exact shade of pink inside desired by the customer, they are the finest quality of beef obtainable. They are priced at $3.95 for the 18- ounce top sirloin; New York .cut, ?4.25, and filet, $4. All the entrees at Jack's, including the prime rib, are served on large dinners which offer the following: soup du jour ( a l w a y s outstanding); large chilled salad with choice of dressing, huge baked potato, beverage and dessert. Other entrees include whole baby lobster, $3.50; excellent Triangle Tip of Beef a la Jack, 52.25; pan-fried chicken and trout, both 52.25. A marvelous a la carte item is the charcoal- broiled New York cut steak sandwich for $2.50. Every bit as enjoyable as the cuisine are the rare artistic gifts of Frank Day, who entertains at the piano bar. When he plays the "Warsaw Concerto" or "Malaguena" everyone else in the restaurant listens in impressed silence. i · --XEDD TllOMEY IAN9UET IOOM 711 UST UOADWAY, LOW UACH LUNCHEON AND DINNER Ribs-Chicken RUDY'S OPEN DAILY Famou* for · Milk Corn-fed OiIctM · BAR-B-Q Sparcrlbs · (Chicago-Detroit Style) · Steaks · Luncheons HEmlock 6-1437 TAKE OUT ORDERS OUR SPECIALTY 1900 American Av«. Long Beacfc GRANDMA SAYS ,.! Tki Bist PincakM In the World An Mad* at KEN'S PANCAKE PARADE 3918 Ling Beach Blvd. __OPEN I A. M. TO 11 P. M._ Distinctive for over a quarter of a century PRIME RIBS · STEAKS SEA FOOD KEITH CARVER a the Piano 4911 EAST SECOND STREET ·ELMONT SHORE GE »-49«5 DINING IN THE CONTINENTAL MANNER ATUNTiC at 45th -- .GA 3-2168 li Ui liiti Kiilli Sha»ll( CMhr EVERETT BOYETTE'S CHARCOAL BROILER · FINE FOOD · COCKTAILS 5907 E. Second, NAPLES Dinners--5 P.M.-1 A.M. Cocktails fron 4 T.H.-2 A.M. DON LEE ELLIS ·f Hw Oigam FkM* HEBlock 4-2894 CLOSED WEDNESDAYS CLOSED MONDAY MANHATTAN 190* Eoit 4th St. Lmckeoi «d Dlmwr superb cuisine in a Spectacular Featuring Delightful Eastern and American Dinners Tbe TCorid'n Most BrAtitirul Bowling Center 3800 E. Pacific Coast Hiway Long Beach For Reservations GEneva 9-0958 GA 5-8113 4132 rVOODRUFF LAXEWOOD 27

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