The Post-Standard from Syracuse, New York on July 19, 1974 · Page 20
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Syracuse, New York
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Friday, July 19, 1974
Page 20
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NOW IN PERSON BY POPULAR DEMAND RECORDING ARTISTS DAVEY / JAMES TRIO They're Greof THE SUPER STAR By RICK FRESINA Last weekend Dom Bruno and I traveled to Buffalo's Melody Fair — Theater in the Round — and were guests of hosts Lewis T. Fisher and ^ * ranK ADDate, two outstanding \ gentlemen. | Dom is a close friend of Pat Cooper, who was starring there. Cooper mentioned to Dom that he had an open date the week of July 22, so now, Central New Yorkers can look forward to viewing a "superstar" at the Beach Hotel in FRESINA Sylvan Beach. Pat will play Monday to Friday and return to close Sunday night, July 28. Pat will travel to New York on Saturday, July 27. Admission at the Beach Hotel show will be $2.50 nightly and $3.50 on Friday. And it's well worth it to see one of America's top comedians. Three Philippine women came to Sylvan Beach this past Tuesday and they'll be there until Aug. 10. The Velasco Sisters — Maria, I Barbara and Vi — are indescribably delicious" and tiek iave to be one of the most sensational acts in Central New York. I caught part of their act at I Bruno's Beach Hotel and they are fantastic. I entered as Barbara was performing "Sweet Georgia Brown" and she sim- COOPER ply leaves one melting. Maria, singing "Rock Steady" while playing the electric piano, kept the audience swinging nd swaying to her splendid rendition. And Vi was incomparable in singing "Delta Dawn." Dick Leiman, Maria's husband, trumpeted the "Godfather" and Kaynard Ferguson would have to go some to top his performance. The group, six in all, plays two sets nightly in addition to numerous dance sets. They've played Las Vegas, entertained troops in Vietnam, starred on the "Tonight Show" and now are here with their show extraordinairre. A must to see. The Velasco Sisters will also star with Pat Cooper beginning Monday Tomorrow night Stan Colella will bring Big Band Sounds to the Beach Hotel, repeating last Saturday's sellout show. Dinners begin at 6 p.m. and dancing is 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Down at E-Dee's Sunday, July 14, marked the first anniversary of E-Dee's Restaurant, 527 Charles Ave., in Sol-vay. Edith DuRoucher entertained hundreds of friends and patrons and champagne flowed A fabulous buffet created by Chef Harold Cooper was a highlight: The Bobby Doyle Trio entertained in the afternoon. This group is featured Fridays at E-Dee's with all the hits of the 30s through the 50s. The Mickey Vendetti Trio played current hits in the evening to the wee hours. It was a great time for all and we salute E-Dee, as one of the bright and upcoming restaurateurs of today. Businessmen take note: At E-Dees, while having lunch, you receive two cocktails for the price of one. — Mike's Lounge Mike's cocktail lounge on Butternut Street is now featuring The Morris Brothers every Friday and Saturday. The dancers think this group is terrific — and so do we. Mr. Montanaro operates an intimate type lounge and his patrons are freindly, happy-go-lucky types. Mike features steak sandwiches Friday and Saturday nights', and a happy hour 3 to 7 daily, when "booze or beer" are only 50 cents. Cock* . tail prices are realistic during the evening hours. Dance bands are the entertainment at Mike's, and the crowds seem to enjoy them. Open seven days and nights a week, this lounge is just the. remedy for those hot and sticky city nights. Mike's annual jitterbug contest will be coming up soon. friars Tub Well do the Cooking ond #h# di$ht$ too • • • • MlMfmTI IN THE PONDEROSA PLAZA LIVERPOOL NEXT TO HEIDS — OPEN 7 DAYS — DANCE TO 'EM EVERY THRU., FRI. & SAT. IN OUI BEAUTIFIIL "Til WR TYPE" AWJLT LOUNGE "HE CAN PlAY 300 SONGS" AUNT JOSIE'S j|V INTRODUCING <^jjj^_ GLORY'S NEWEST / i * GotmOflAs CflOf CO ^ | , ' THE FULTON RAPIDS / ' ' ^^^^^ g^S^t' I / count \ r§ntS^R aakeSok1! ™™J>™.~«.ZlL^.^-,™« S (RASIp\ I tAWCyV' /drive I ' r^^«-»-»^-<-«^.^.--»-. # | DM VlC >\ f M If | THE SECOND COURSE, Minestrone soup flavored with herhj and spicei of lh» J \ \ \ ^ ff HHHHBI ' • TH^THIRd'cOURSE, Homemade ravioli— topped with our specially prepared 1 1! V • a o\ Rest™»^anqUets / ISZHTTrrnri !,' ' \JU?L\ at the Fulton Motor Lodge / ■flHl> ^^p^^z^^-x^z I ^«>mjim BREWERTON \ overlooking the ubrary-the park t the river // INhIH l' i1 caS1daZmging \ / atmosp9Sesre i ssrasKaasr------:"*-*-'- * I Siwir \ SERVING FROM 7 A.M. // WITH J to acquaint central new york epicureans with this i1 BOATRIDE- ^\ // SPIKF Mrf^lMIFY T superb seven course festival of the finest of foods .. 1 i large pier-dock- \ BREAKFAST / his banjos his group ( ' WEOfFERTH'5D'NNARM.Rv^nc || BEACH UMBRELLAS AND \ . / EVERY FRI., SAT. \ ONLY s6.95 I | ' cocktails under the , \ LUNCH - DINNER ff CLAMBAKE IN A BASKET < BI?as,Kfawa'!ft!a 1 | STARS \ EXCELLENT BANQUETS / STEAKS-CHOPS-SEAFOOD ,» Sfi^S^^-wi..,^^ |l COME BY BOAT OR CAR \ MEETINGS-PARTIES / a PH. 699-7263 !| ■*» m***. I) NO COVER - NO MINIMUM \ BAR AND / l^glg (' QtMW' £ | FLORYS FABULOUS \ LOUNGE // a^SBSBSBBS^ .closecTmon. J fashions at luncheon Tuesdays I \(Mfimu<t \/ aimao-ai L^^sJ I I BREWERTON, N.Y^i? 668-3434 ^^poti LAKESHORE RD.-ONEIDA LAKE-MAPLE BAY I * » lU^^iSS^ J tntertainmentTues.thruSun. $m ■ tonite-sat.&sun. I fl^^^l^^ALL major credit cards fe^te^fe^fedft The Randy Loren Show _ The best NOW PLAYING ! /Tli • 1 f mil nE»c/%Li itt OPENING WtS. — ONI VtttK ONLY I I iShlneSe^J^aOOa l^^SXl^ fj Leather-n-Lace LUNCHEONS - DINNER - CATERING - FOOD TO GO ^ ^ wm^^ 1 k i ^^T^r^T^^ ? RptTSSS I « I 'DOM BRUNO'S \ % \ bUU tmi IWU-rtKbUliMMlLnUUKf IU / ; -w^.w.^.w $ TWO/FCR THE PRtCB OF ONE \ j| i ; GIANT COCKTAILS — POLYNESIAN DRINKS — ORIENTAL D' OEUVRES Tue TOAftEUIIilftc jlj, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY ANDTHETRADEWINDS HAVING A PARTY? CALL 446-4800 mrfirmt 2.30 a.m. 11 I ! Excellent Luncheon and Dinner Parties COME FOR DINNER-STAY FOR THE SHOW j tj& in our New Hong Kong Room and Dining Room ■* — — — - ^ j I j I M f SUNDAY NITES-JAZZ NITIS J J I ri ONfcrie Blvd. E, 'A Mile East of Thompson Rd, } THE JAZZ MEN 4 1 GUEST ARTISTS «sggjr *ZJE=OPEN EVERY DAY 11:30 A.M.- =NO W OPEN - AIR CONDITIONED Specializing "Lobster for Two" How do you like it? WE HAVE IT hi. NITE 5P£cmi . . Fried Haddock Dinner 2.25 NEW ENGLAND SHORE DINNER WHOLE LOtSTIR • STEAMED CLAMS • CLAM MOTH • CHOWDER • CORN • SALT POTATOES stnviD mkroAY $7.95 PHR PERSON SERVING FROM OUR COMPLETE SEAFOOD I ITALIAN MENU SERVED • FRESH KING SALMON 4.25 • MUSSELS MARINARA/LINGUINE 3.50 • FRIED SHRIMP/TARTAR SAUCE 4.Z5 • BROILED TROUT/LEMON BUTTER 3.95 • STUFFED SHRIMP/CRABMEAT 4.25 • BROILED Long Island BLUE FISH 3,95 • FROG LEGS/TARTAR SAUCE 4.25 •» ALASKAN KING CRAB .MEAT EN CASSEROLE 4.25 ITALIAN STYLE BASS/LEMON BUTTER 3.95 • BROILED OR BAKED SCALLOPS 475 .All DINNERS INCL SOUP-PQTATO-VEGtTAHE TMF m j A aAJLmS 4715551 closed tues. 6DoyI I/^^ RECTA I IB A UT 305-307 LOW ST. - SYRACUSE, N Y. ■ fUN TIME PLACE GAY 90's mnr Friday Hire JACK (CHICK LESTER. Momc 0VERNIGHTERS SWING fc DANCE MODERN— UflEAT 'COUNTRY EVERY DAY IS SUNDAY FAMILY DAY IS EVERY DAY GRIMALDI'S RISTORANTE 2960 ERIE BLVD.. L, SYRACUSE. Ph. 445 0012 • GOURMET AMERICAN ITALIAN FOODS OPEN 1 1 A.M. T0 1 A.M, DAILY (SAT. 4:30 P.M.) SUNDAYS FROM NOON CLOSED MONDAYS SERVING FAMILY STYLE ANTIPASTO SALAD MINESTRONE OR CHICKEN SOUP CHOICE OF Spaghetti, Ziti, Rigatoni or homemade Noodles Side Platter: Meat Balls 0nd Italian Sausages OR CHOICE OF Baked Lasagna, Homemade Cheese Ravioli, Monicotti Baked Stuffed Jumbo Shell Macaroni Side Plotter: Meat Balls and'ltalian Sausages Italian Bread— Butter— Garlic Pizza Choice of Desserts: Ice Cream, Sherbet, Itoltan Tortoni, Italian Cookies, Italian Rum Cake, Gelato Coffee, Tea, Milk, Italian Expvesso I OR SELECT FROM OUR REGULAR MENU INCLUDING! BEACH HOTEL formerly hotel dicastros on sylvan beach COMFLBTfLY RBMODELfD . . . BEAUTIFUL LOUNGE AND DINING ROOM NOW OPEN OPENING MON. JULY 22 PAT COOPER DIRECT FROM BUFFALO'S MELODY FAIR, WHERE HE LEFT THOUSANDS LAUGHING IN THE >ISIES . . . HE'LL PLAY MON. the 22 to FRI. the 26 AND THEN CLOSE SUN. JULY 21 $2.50 Adm. on FRIDAY $3i0 NOW APPARING NITEIY THROUGH AUG. 10 ★ THE FABULOUS VELASCO SISTERS * I Steoks—Chops-Chkken-Seafood ¥ HH H "IARBARA" "MARIA" "VI" THtm VIVACIOUS AMD TAUNTED THIS l PIECE SELF-CONTAINED GROUP PERFORMS 2 SHOWS NITEIY AND THE BEST DANCE MUSIC YOU'LL EVER HEAR TOMORROW NIGHT DINNERS FROM 6 DANCING t to 1 THE BIG BAND SOUNDS OF STAN COLELLA HIS TRUMPET AND HIS ORCHESTRA . . . COME FOR SINNER and BANCi ALL NiCHT $2.50 PC* PERSON ADM. ■U^^H| ■Xim HBfl I TNRUWAY TO CANAST0TA EXIT OR < -ir«n nnnn I ^^^^j^^^^^^T^^M I RT. 291 thro BRIDGEPORT 20 MIN, AWAY 1 /62-9998 I =XB IHt allien-£5=^ usmRPORAfANcr Mm ' NOW PLAYING ^ ■ ^ Z. m mf^k J| RED RICHARDS I Liver lovers M * « I ■ HELEN HUMES I -SUNDAY D|NNER FR0M 1 P M- NRRf^^ ^ I ■ M Rfl I • ENTERTAINMENT FM. 4 SAT. 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