The Van Nuys News from Van Nuys, California on June 23, 1972 · Page 36
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The Van Nuys News from Van Nuys, California · Page 36

Van Nuys, California
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Friday, June 23, 1972
Page 36
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tf A Ctntral 2*-A-fvr»ank Za-A-Na.Ia* JO-A-Nortfc 30-A.W** 21-A-Ea* Mediterrania Cool Drinks Match Hot Hors d'Oeuvres T H E N E W S Nuys (Co Hf.)--Friday, Jung 21, "A more delightful combination than one of the M e d 1 terrania's in Los Angeles, new cool drinks and hot hors d' oeurves w o u l d be difficult to create," according to manager Wolfgang Braun. "It'a an ideal way to alert the taste buds that something special in the way of dinner is soon to come," Braun said. Suggested combinations reflect the Mediterrania's fame for combining the GIRLS 18-CUYS 21 HE1P UJIOO.nord. VqnNoyl 717-6200 t r«t Adm'ivon With T 8elof« 9 PM i! Ad! best of the country's bordering the Mare Nostrum. "Fine brandies laced with essence of orange and champagne constitute the Meditcrrania's champagne cooler, which goes delightfully well with cannelloni Romana, stuffed m a n i c otti shells with sauce Italienne Gratinee," said Braun. Scampi Rafael, a cas- serolette of shrimp in garlic butter and toasted bread crumbs, can be matched by the French 75, dry gin and brandy kissed with lemon and champagne. Escargots Monaco offers alpine snails in jumbo mushroom crowns, smothered with garlic butter and chopped walnuts. "It's perfect companion to the Mediterrania Fizz, a refreshing match of vodka, imported cherry brandy, orange and champagne," adds Brawn. I in I 95! __.._.....».. COUPON --· Our famous Texan Sandwiches TWO FOR j BEEF, HAM, PORK or . . Vi POUND i , S BURGER Regularly| WITH THIS COUPON SUN, WON, I TUES , WED., JUNE 25,26,27,28 | Served from five to nine p.m. ! 16701 ROSCOE BLVD., VAN NUYS · (across from Van Nuys Airport) j rw^r ; ^ GOOD AT THIS STORE ONLY | · ·^····.COUPON ·»··»···»·· aaJP DINNER WITH WINE FOR FOUR $495 (One Glast Per Adult) INCLUDES PIZZA, WINE, SALAD, SPAGHETTI, GARLIC BREAD SERVED FROM 5 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK STAN'S PIZZA 23367 MULHOLLAND DR., WOODLAND HILLS 888-8700 VENTURA FREEWAY--VALLEY CIRCLE OFF RAMP I COUPON COUPON TOP SIRLOIN Pli'j Baked Potato and Garlic toast. Help Yourself Salad Bar. SERVED 5-9 PM ONLY! Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., June 26.27,28,29 THE ROCCO SILVESTRI TRIO Thur»., Fri., Sat. -- and Sun. from 6PM til 10PM JA TEAR THIS OUT TO INTRODUCE YOU TO FLORABELLE RESTAURANT ONE DINNER (the higher priced) AT OUR REGULAR PRICE THE SECOND DINNER AT A DOLLAR AND A HALF Sunday thru Thursday Good Thru July 6,1972 Featuring ROAST PRIME RIBS $5.25 (when you present this coupon, no additional discounts.) includes: Lazy Susan Hors d'Oeuvres, Tossed Green Salad, Whole Loaf Sour Dough Bread and Baked Potato Many other delicious dinner entrees from $3.75 I RESTAURANT 6330 Van Nuys Boulevard, Van Nuys · Phone: 787-0252 Open everyday · Casual attire acceptable TEAR THIS OUT The Great Scot in Glendale offers a cool and re- l a x ing atmosphere for FOOD TO GO BANQUET ROOMS CATERING EXOTIC POLYNESIAN DRINKS ' SI 3-0460 x 4630 VAN Kim BLVD. SHERMAN OAKS "In Chinese, Ho Toy's Means Goad Luck. . . If Also Means Good food! midday dining to Griffith park hikers, golfers, horseback riders and animal watchers, said Irwin Hoffberg, manager. Great Scot lunches pro- v i d e i nteresting comments. Toad-in-the-Hole, for example, is baked pud- TOMARfl Restaurant Every Fri., Sot. «. Sun. 3 f M. on stage JIMMY BRYANT BKEAKFAST Ham, Bacon or Sausage 99 Steaks and Eggs $1.35 Eggs 60c LUNCHEON 8 Daily Specials 11am-5pm S 1.10 AMERICAN DINNERS Beef, Veal, Ham Chicken, Seafoods. | .35 ITALI \\CL1SL\E Spaghetti, Lasagna, Raviola, Pizza from 1 50 STEAKS * Top, Porterhouse, Filet, Lobster from.. S 3.00 --Cocktails-12980 Sherman Way No. Hollywood 765-3906 Splendid fare from the sun drenched lands: France, Italy and Spain. M6DIT6RRANIA RESTAURANT ROT, LA CIENEGA BLVD. BEVERLY HILLS · OL 2-«W OPEN DAILY AT 5 · SUNDAYS AT 4 ding filled with sauced filet chunks and fresh vegetables. Cold roast sirloin of beef comes with beefstake torn a t oes and asparagus vinaigrette instead of a plain salad, while the unusual tavern eggs combines country fresh eggs with ham, toasted crumpet and rarebit sauces, stated Hoffberg. 0 ther dishes include fisih and chips, ale battered and fried in the traditional manner; and rost beef hash, skillet browned and served with an egg. 01 e king cole slaw with roasted peanuts; shrimp or crab louie; a fishmongers salad made with a special lemon dressing and a hamburger with Welsh rarebit, no less, also are listed. For dessert, Hoffberg r e c ommends trifle and sherried fruit or Cambridge burnt cream. C-O-M-P-L-E-T-E-L-Y BARE RATED X-Y-Z! PARTIES CATERED · MAJOR CtlDITCDf 8150 SUNSET STRIP OL 6-1401 IronHorse Since 1946 ' ~ K \ r n llif ri li enjo^ ^nint; rnon') IN STUDIO CITY LUNCH · DINNER · 877-4171 SATAY HOUSE Hibachi Meat Sticks LUNCHEON · DINtvER Beer Wine Available Food To Go Daily 11:30 a m - 9-30 p m. 6900 Reseda Blvd, Reseda 881-3349 SINGLES "BIG" COCKTAIL DANCE SAT., JUNE 24-9pm KNOLLWOOD COUNTRY CLUB 12024Balboa Blvd., Granada Hills (North of Rinaldi) 360-2384 (SOUNDS OF THE BIG BAND ERA/ Sensational 18 Piece Band "THE AMBASSADORS" Sponsored by San Fernando Valley Chapter 35 Members S2.00 j Parents W/O Partners j Guests $2.50 Summer Time is TIME AND THE FOOD IS GREAT Sunday All Day ^ 11:iOam-8:30pm \ HELP YOURSELF q to all you want BAKED HAM in Hawaiian sauce BEEF BURGUNDY CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE OKIE FRIED CHICKEN EAT DRINK ALL YOU WANT] stS^fcL FREE Try Our SUNDAES Great Crisp Wlttl Summer \ m Salads l m ERRY BOYS' HfIP YOUBSCLF TABLE TOPANGA PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER ickwick Swim Park Freeway clost -- Skip th* beach crowds! OPEN DAILY 10*5:30 P.M. Adults Under 18 Inquire About Our Swim School Bring · picnic lunch or «njoy food servie* her*. Enjoy tha largest pool on the West Coast located in beautiful Park grounds. Night Swimming on Wednesday Friday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. STARTING JUNE 28TH PICKWICK RECREATION CENTER 1001 Riverside Drive, Burbonk 846-0032 MS. LAS VEGAS SAYS Liberace Opens at Las Vegas Hilton PLAYING role in surroundings Ah Fong's restaurant chain portrays suitable to his private life is actor and Chinese matchmaker in his latest restaurateur Benson Fong. Owner of movie "The Deja Vu." Patrons F ind Relaxed Atmosphere By GLORIA MARSHALL The almost legendary s h o wmanship that has k e p t L iberace of the world's most popular entertainers for three decades was unveiled for his first performance at the Las Vegas Hilton last night when the colorful e n tertainer opened his special two-week engagement. Appearing with "Mr. Showmanship" is very talented 14-year-old singing sensation Jamie Redfern and the hilarious English acrobatic comedy team, the Jolly Jovers. With his brilliant candelabra, bedazzling jewels, beguiling jokes and divine piano playing, Liberace has succeeded in earning the love and respect of young and old alike. The world abounds with Liberace "converts." This Hilton date marks the 30th anniversary in show business for the piano player who came all the way from the depression to a point where he now spends $100,000 yearly on his sparkling brocaded, diamond and jeweled costumes alone. During this Hilton date, Liberace's entrance is one Las Vegas will long be Veal Parmigiana Proves Popular With the success of "The Godfather" movie now playing in Westwood, it is appropriate that one of the more popular dishes served at the Kirkeby Center Restaurant there is veal parmigiana, according to J. E. Merifield. T h e Italian dish is breaded and covered with sauces from the continent and is offered on the "Sunset Dinner" menu until 7 p.m. complete with soup, salad, vegetable and beverage. talking about. Ke is chauffeured onstage in his Rolls Royce Phantom V limousine and steps out wearing an ermine trimmed evening coat over a 24-karat, gold-braided ambassa- d o r 's uniform adorned ·with diamonds. And so begins this super-showman's production! * * * J a c k J o nes, whose s m o o th vocal stylings have successfully weathered a decade of hard rock, returns to the Flamingo Hotel's main showroom this week for a two- week engagement. Myron Cohen, the Flamingo's comedy star for the past couple of weeks, continues as a holdover during the Jones Show. Jack originally rose to fame in the days when singers of tender ballads were in vogue. He per- s e v e r ed in his style through the '60s, even though the superamplified rock groups were dominating the musical scene. Pop music travels in cycles, however and the '70s find Jones in harmony with the gentle tunes that are once again climbing on the Top 40 charts. Whereas Jones once had to go back to the likes Cole Porter and Richard Rodgers for material, h« now looks to contempo-. rary composers like David Gates, James Taylor, Ray S t e v e n s and Gordon Lightfoot. A n u m her of Gold Records to his credit in- e l u d e ' 'Lollipops R o s e s , " "Wives Lovers" and "Call Me Irresponsible." For the latter hit, he was awarded Grammy. Opening at the same' time, in the Flamingo Ca-- sino Theater for four- weeks are the Mills Brothers, Lynn* Garter and Yin Cardinal. The successful comedy revue "Bottoms Up '73" continues to hold down the afternoon spot in the Casino Theater lineup. Las Vegas ment lineup: entertain- A L A D D I N : " Mlnsky'i 1 es q ue" ... CAESAR'S PALACE: Diane Rosa ... DESERT IAN: Trlnl Lopez. Jack E. Leonard . . . DUNES: ··Casino de rarii" .. .FLAMINGO: J a c k J o n e i , M Cohen . . . F R E M O N T vann. .. FRONTIER: Bob Kewhart, 1 erry V · u · . · HILTON: s c e . .. L A N D M A C l a r k . . . RIVIERA: Carroll O'Connor ...SAHARA: Johnny Carson (Ron an . Martin open Jun* 2 5 ) . . . SANDS: Joey Bishop ... STARDUST: "JJflo d* Paris"... THUNDERBIRD: "Latin Fire -73" . . . TROPICANA: "FolllM Berjjere" . . . UNION PLAZA: Paul Llttlechilcl, Jay Orlando. BEAUTIFUL BANQUET FAC- 20-250 Pb. 84241M EXOTIC DRINK CMTONBC.fME, iw CtflNA TRADE* 4200 RIVERSIDE. TOIUCA LAKE -RUSSIAN- RESTAURANT MMOUi POt mSHLYI t CHICKEN * LA MOSCOW BALALAIKA Mi MEUOtE AVt.. HB. 1-44IT MARCO POLO ROOM Arthur Wong " FAR EAST TERRACE , -123 Lar^'ershim Boulevard - + · (Neat Jr,i;. r_-i! City) TR 7-290? PCM-933ft Under The ICE HOUSE 234 S. BRAND, GLENDALE --presents-BIRTHA 240-1684 A ENTERTAINMENT No Cover--No Minimum G ornmyJ / 25 y«. at this location. )'RED CARPIT ROOM' \ RISTAURANT I COCKTAIL WE HOPE YOU t YOUR FAMILY WILL MAKE IT A HABIT TO DINE WITH US OFTEN-TMmr MldM SdttM STELLA BY STARLIGHT COCKTAIL HOURS Sir Sice Restaurant Sun Vflllty/Phone 767-8581/Banqu«f Focilitict/CloMd Sun 8351 San Fernando Road (1 Blk. W. of Vintland) BETTY O'HARA and HER QUARTET Thursday - Saturday CHOICI OP SOUP Cl TOSSfO SALAb TOP SIRLOIN STEAK ··k«d *·»» «i« Sola* Mwl Itiwd F«faf»-lr»a-- ivttw PRIME RIBS I »i4 ·ultir I l,l «.t M»IM«n O«l. ·343 ViiMland Avt., Nerfh HellywftMl AUSTRALIAN LOBSTER TAIL Chain of Son* or Ton**' Sotaa 1 ·ok*** Patoto-Vt|«tablo ·»·· ano iiirrtr PO 2-l30f WESTERN RANCH PARTIES AUTHENTIC CHUCK WAGON BAR.ft.Qi , WESTERN AND POPULAR MUSIC · Barn Yard Full Of Animali Mountains Only 7 Minulat Off Tha Vanlura Fwy. CALAMI60S RANCH CfiiK-ing :» GiXift t ffiwTM Twites 75to1500Ptnan« 889-M80 · 873-4490 FIDDLING away is happy Cajun, Doug Ker-- shaw, appearing tonight and tomorrow at Palomino in North Hollywood. Kershaw is noted for his, "Louisiana Man" and Cajun music of his home: state. EHJOYA FABULOUS FUH-FILLED \ LAS VEGAS VACATION IOR 2| THIS IS WHAT YOU GET STRIP ACCOMMODATIONS FOR 2 3 DAYS 1 NIGHTS--WEEKDAYS 2 DAYS 1 NIGHT--WEEKENDS At 1st Class Rooms on the Las Vegai Strip Plus Meals for 2--Pjus Show.Tickets for 2--Plus Drinks for 2 B.I.A. PACKAGE INCLUDES STEREO RECORD DISCOUNT BOOK, $4.00 VALUE ACT TODAY! OFFER LIMITED! FULL AND COMPLETE COST FOR 2 PEOPLE 7 A C This Offer Is Good Only .cation Good Until *' Couplts Betwwnlht lune 15th, 1973 Ag«s 0 f21and65 Mail Your Check or Money Ordtr to Better Buyers of America 1803 E. Pioneer Dr. Dept. D WEST COVINA, CALIFORNIA 91790 62 r CAZBAH Presents Tues. thru Sun. Above the rest - Rock that's the best SOLITUDE Wednesday is Spaghetti Night 21211 Sherman Way, Canoga Park $46-8968 AUTHENTIC GIRMAN CUISINI IPemstuk SIRVING~SUNDAY-THUR$DAY-5:00.7:Mr ( .M. "SnCIMNIRGOUlASH" |2.fS INCLUDES. Seup or Salad. VeofMbl. t $»·»·!, Coflw m4 Thow* nf HArn*mnH* AnitriM. I773f SMMMAH WAY (Ntcir White Ort) RURf A KWSPAPERl EWSPAPERl

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