The Times from San Mateo, California on February 3, 1961 · Page 23
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The Times from San Mateo, California · Page 23

San Mateo, California
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Friday, February 3, 1961
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r A. 20--San Mateo Times Friday, Feb. 3, 1961 V T V '. * 44 East 3rd Avenue. San Mateo CLUB SEVILLE . .For Relaxation and Cocktails GREENW1U.OW ROOM .Elegant Dining PENINSULA and SARAH ROOMS . Private Banquets. ROYAL PENTHOUSE with Terraces For Private Business Conferences ERWIN BEST, Opcr. Mgr.; RAY- COOK, Mgr. » D! 4-2511 FABULOUS FRENCH CUISINE COMPLETE DINNERS from $2,50 ' . -Cocktail Lounge ^ At the PIAt«iO Bar Thursday thro Sunday "VAN the ONE-MAN " An Old Time Vaudeville Act Revived Melio and Scott Howatt 1200 El Camino Real . HWSE Millbrae JUno 9-3227 NIGHTLY THRU FEB. 14 iS.y £" PRODUCED AND STAGED BY "St ED WILMA- LEARY *SJ. . PLUS JEAN ARLEN WITH LOU FOLDS JAN VAN ORMER 1SSS3' · s « ·*** AND THE BEAUTIFUL SKATING BLADETTES JINX THE SKATING CHIMPANZEE DOROTHY OORBEN SINGERS DANCERS LEIGHTON NOBLE'S ORCHESTRA TAHOE | ran JSOUTH SHORE HIGHWAY 50 NEVADA £ 'RESERVATIONS: EOGEWOOD LAKE TAHOE LU s-sin / RENO FA 2-6911 FLY LAKE TAHOE ON CALL SUtter 1-2771 OR YOUR TRAVEL A(pT MARTS N'S »ASi?JK BINWEHS SI-75 TO ESPANOjL Cotton V--?'^P-m'^MIdniS* * 674 BROADWAY BANQUET ROOM THE JPIZZA OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK - CLOSED TUES. ITALIAN DINNERS - FOOD TO GO 3301 El CAMINO REAl, ATHERTON · EM 9-9762 LAWRENCE WELK AND THE LENN 7 ON SISTERS-(left to right) Peggy, Kathy and Jet, photographed between -luncheon courses at the Fior d'ltalia, in San Francisco. The Welk show, OB KGO-TY, is a big Saturday night favorite. Also pictured, Armando Lippi (left), one of the Fior owners. PieadiHy Menu Chuck and Virginia Herschier have a "sweetheart" of a treat for their Pieadiily customers on Valentine's Day. (February 14), in the-form of a. new menu. Got a preview glimpse of same before it went to the printer. The many new selections are a food hit. de MOLINA ·^.Spanish Dancing Star MARY KNUDSEN'S ... . DeligKffu! Danish And American Dishes Open 5 p.m. to 8:30. p.m. ' Daily " SUNDAY DINNER FROM 4:00 P.M. Closed Monday m _ ^ ^ ^, * Diamond 4-9612 ; i ^.·T*^. *·*.-*. »·»·«.«.· 400 "prirnrose^Rd!," Burlingame Franciscan For Food and View When dining at the beautiful "Franciscan -restaurant, a fisherman's Wharf show place, you are always assured of a window view because of the terraced dining room arrangement. Co-owners George Burger, Chef Bill Harper and George Skaff invite your visit. "Only our food surpasses our view" is a center target statement when the Franciscan is mentioned Alfred J. Smith Kitchen Genius Chef with the biggest-smile of the week: Chef Alfred J..Smith· (no relation to the : former Alfred' Smith, -the Brown Derby- politician). Al oversees the pots and'pans at the · Third avenue,, San Mateo, Mardi Gras and does a first class job. His knack: for blending sauces and preparing special dishes keeps this cozy restaurant filled with satisfied customers'. McDowell's K ! M ' S 1214 Donnelly Avs. r near Burllngame Ave. and Primrose Ave. Elegant Uinlng in Burlingaroe ,-unch and Dinner--Opan 11 a.ia.-9 p. .AMERICAN DISHES ONLY Open ,7 Days a Weelc - Dl 2-3380 Friday end Saturday WALT OFFHALTCR FOUR Vocalist--Steve Sittum TURF PADDOCK 31 S. "B"St: f San Mateo Di 3-7272 / low 10- L*ockL 0 aii6 PRINCETON INN Delicious Seafood Dishes OPEN 7 Days a Week -- Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Your Hosts: Britta and Milton Tonini Princeton By.fhe-Sea » Hiway 1 · PA 8-3338 Steaks Seafood OUR SPECIALTY =jVerna. Wales at the Organ Nightly Dancing Frz. and Sat. to BUI Kane's 3 Beats On tha Shore of the Pacific Ocean Roekawoy Beach, Paeifica ^ On Hiway 1 · El 9-128 T RESTAURANT · BANQUET ROOMS » COCKTAIL LOUNGE · MOTEL Open 7 Days a Week From 10 A.M. CHICKEN SHACK for- Chicken and Spareribs Romanes Enrico J. Romano Restaurant, Bar and Cocktaij Lounge Italian Dinners and Pizza Prepared to Go _ 4 p. m . to 2 a.m. Daily--Sat. and Sun.--Noon to 2 a.m. ~Roekaway Beach, Poeifica -- Sooth on Hwy. 1 -- EL 9-0528 m */,- PALO ALTO 4171 i! Camino ... DA 1-2418 BELMONT 1316 El Camino . . IY 1-4201 lit $ 1.50 NOW! COMPUTE LUNCHEONS FROM. FASHION SHOW TUESDAY NOON Lunches and Dinner* Closed Mondays' Continuous .Bar and. Restaurant Sorviw -- 1 1 '-a.m. So 11:30 p.m. : Sat. from 4 p.m. - Sun. from 3 p.m. private Banquet. Room A. SABELLA'S In Millbra» 1180 El Camino Real Ox . IK s, F. At ; · Fishermm's · ; , Wharf lunchas - Dinners .JiivaSo Bar-- BanqueU . Danciag No Cover Charge -^-·Op»n ,Dcaly. . GH 4-8770 PRIVATE BANQUET ROOM Doublo Martinis 5 to 7 -- 75s Burlingame's Best Lunch and Dinner D! 4-1540 1448 BURLINGAME AVE. BURLINGAME NOW SERVING BREAKFAST, LUNCH, EARLY DINNER RESTAUHANT -- 8-12 MIDNIGHT BAH _ TILL 2 A.M. 12 E. 3rd. AVE., SAN MATEO Served £very Day, inc. Sunday LOW CALORIE FRESH FRUIT BOWL Strawberries, pineapple, apples, peaches, oranges, pears, bananas, grapes: Plus Yami 'Yogurt or Cottage Cheese. Small or Large Bowls. FAHMERS MARKET HILLSDALE CHARCOAL BROILED ·BfFOflE YOUR EYES ...--.- S7EAK PIT ' Located 1 mil?, South of' WestJA* · ·'·'·" o.n Jumpers Scrra. PfOCADILLY FOR A DEUGHTFUL LUNCH OR DINNER Cocktoilt Sfeoki Cut To Ord*r ."Superior" Irish CoHee D! 2-3107 1461 Burlingame Ava. Burlingam* · KOTC little liuiia 40 Jews* MITT. SAN FRANCISCO _· '-I · «iiS , *=^ Delightful Food and- Drinks of India Banquet Room -MA 1-7789 COFFEE, SHOP-DINING ROOM COCKTAJL IOUNGS- BANQUET ROOM RESTAURANT^":."·» BAYSHORE HWY. «. AIRPORT BI.VD. · SOUTH S. P. "Vocal Fun At Gay 90's McDowell's, home of one of the finest steak dinners, is also mighty proud' of the chef's abalone preparation. Besides being a dinner house, McDowell's serves, s. $1.25 merchants lunch. Dave Dodd entertains at the organ bar. Outside At The Inside Johnny Martin, long time Bay Area favorite ('former master of ceremonies at Bimbo's 365) holds over at the Palo Alto .Outside at the Inside. Also on the show bill: Turkish movie star 1 Bakiye, who is making her first appearance in the United States, and Federico Mejia, one of the top Flamenco guitarists in the country. Goman's Gay 90's was the popular meeting place' for many of the National--.Automobile Dealers Association, convention- ing in San. Francisco. They "pronounced the food fabulous, the 'big fun .show a hit, and had a ball singing the old-time-songs with Jerry Sharkey at the piano- bar in the cozy Victorian Lounge. William Anderson, vice-president of GHlespie Furniture Company, Los Angeles, made Lew Lehr's Steakery, in the Marina, his headquarters for entertaining San Francisco buyers during a visit to the Bay area. Paul Law's Band Real Great Swede's Shor-Vu Club continues to attract Friday and Saturday night dance crowds with Paul Law's orchestra band- standing. Sizzling steak dinners served Wednesday through Sunday from 5:30 to 9 p.m. No cover-no minimum. 'Acres of free parking. According to Bill and Phoebe Mallory, their Schlegel's food speaks for itself. You can take our word to mouth tip--it sure does. Rsnato's Lunches The new luncheon menu which Renato "new pop" Monti has come up with lists a wide variety of sandwiches, Italian dishes", seafood, up to and including pork chops and New York steaks. Also imported and domestic wines, and ,beer. Pizza is still the number one order of the day and evening. · nay WE 1-0570 San Francisco 363 SUTTER · DO 2-6550 Joe Gardenfield's ROSE ROOM SAN MATEO'S .F , FAVORITE LUNCHES INCLUDE COCKTAIL (from the bar) Monday thru Friday Dinner $2.50 Includes Smorgasbord, Dessert and Coffee DANCING Thursday, Friday, Saturday Hosts: Dorothy and Joa Gardenfield 78 - 3rd Ave.,, San Mateo D! 3-7946 Finocchio's 1961 Revue One of LaMonte's Best Finocchio's new 1961 musical revue, "Showtimes In New York and San Francisco," is a dazzler, an up-roarious laughfest and an-outstanding novelty all rolled into-one'big fun package. It presents a race for top entertainment achievements of the Broadways of the two cities. Added to this is a fantasy of how things might be in outer space, introducing well known planets as impersonated by members of the cast. Everything is new about this Lestra LaMonte production, including the gorgeous gowns created by LiKar. New acts and new faces in the cast. Such established Finoechio favorites as Luclan, the popular male Sophie Tucker; double-voiced Elton Paris; Singers Ray DeYoung and LaVerne Cummings have ^ , x.x.--·^-=»»-- clever new acts. The routines of Dancers Lestra LaMonte Stormy Lee, Kara Montez and Tani DeMolina are outstanding features. ~ - ' : In the comedy line, Francis Blair, and Jackie Phillips score big in the matter of keeping the people in the proverbial stitches of laughter. . ' · Among the new faces in the Finocchio's cast is Lee Shaw. This show is a winner and certainly is a triumph of real originality Jor Producer LaMonte. ' , PEE WEE PIZZA is the newest addition to the Peninsula pizza parade. Al Meroni is the owner of this new disc palace offering 14 different varieties of pizza and a wide assortment of -beers -- draft and bottled . . . Sal Campagna, SkyDeck "pilot," highly recommends his restaurant's choice top sirloin steak sauted with special mushroom sauce -- and so do we '. . . Burton Giliet, member of the original Walt Disney 1934 art staff, dining at the Cho-Cho and amusing the patrons, as well as Owners James Sakota and "Koko" Kinoshita, with his clever drawings of Mickey Mouse and Felix The Cat on the table cloths and napkins, no less . . . The very cute little blonde seen in and about Mary Knudsen's Denmark House is Mary's 12 year old daughter, Ann, who enjoys ,,..- faY ,. na watching her mother prepare the food fare Neil Zanfardmo for · evening diners. Miss Ann is sure to be a gourmet success if she follows her mother's culinary footsteps . . .San Kemo features a special 99-cent plate -- one half roast chicken, or chicken cacciatore with spaghetti, ravioli or rice, and garlic bread. Also take home orders. Neil Zanfardino chefs. . .· . TOMMY LINDSEY, Hawaiian-born orchestra leader, is now appearing in the Tonga Room of the Fairmont Hotel after absence of four years. During this period he was music master aboard the ship Matsonia. Tommy, as anchor man for his four- piece combo, plays bass and ukulele and sings in the high falsetto voice that is associated with, the romantic South.Sea Islands. Cocktail piano music from 7 to 9 p.m., with Heary doubling on the vibra harp. Dancing will be from 9 p.m: until closing -- no music on Mondays, as usual. .. Electras' gorgeous thousand dollar gowns make a big hit with the women in audience at the Moulin Kouge, in San Francisco. One of them was worn by the shapely star when she did her famed strip- dance in the movie, "The Naked and the Dead." ' Since opening his- new Palo Alto Horky's Mexican restaurant, Frank Schy has. served almost .as many steak dinners as Mexican combination plates. Luncheon is served at Belmont Horky's, but not in Palo Alto . . . Bimbo's smile since advent of Barry Ashton's new production. "Holiday In.'"Rio," was never broa'der and Business at his "365 Supper Club was never better . . Benjamin Franklin Hotel Club Seville is the "landing" place for the ever-so-charming between-flight airline hostesses. Ditto, pilots. Transportation to and from the airport is available for all hotel guests 24 hours a day... About this time of each year Craig Porter gets a "yen" to visit Europe--and '61 is no exception. The Bit of England boss is counting the days until he can ringside at a Paris nitery Chip Turiello am j. take in Italy's scenic sights . . . Don't be surprised if Chip Turiello invades the San Francisco restaurant circuit again. Chip is no new hand in the city of bright lights . . . Bud Olson, of Alexander Smith Company, displayed his new line of carpets and rugs to an enthusiastic group 'of buyers at a dinner-meeting in the private dining room of Phil Lehr's original Pay-by-ounce Steakery, in the Olympic Hotel, San Francisco. Union · YU 6-1886 SAN FRANCISCO COOKERY _ California's ' OUtst French Restaurant Dinners That Made San Francisco Famous ©PEN DAILY ns30.10 : 3fl SUNDAY 4t : KMO:3Q 6$ POST ST. · SUM9T8 The Home of "Personality" Soups end Desserts Try Our Calorie Count Luncheons FOODS COOKED for PARTIES Hoars: 8:30 ajn. to 5:30 pja. 120 Second Ave. SAN MATEO * Back In Action CHIP'S SERENADE Now Serving .Lunches and Dinners ' BRING THE FAMILY CHIP'S SPECAL DINNER Choice of Soup du Jouir or Tossed Green -Salad ^ . - " - · " , - · . V ' : " ENTREES . ' ' "-.',:,.' '; -^ '·', NEW YORK CUT STEAK - :.-.....$2.85. CHEF'S SPECIAL STEAK i .-·- .-.,,..:....--1.50 GROUND SIRLOIN -STEAK' :Smothered. v in Onions) 1-.50. FRIED .HALF; SPRING CHICKlN.-Cpisiointed).;.^....-... ,1.50 FRIED JUMBO PRAWNS witH' Cocktail ,Sauce;....._. 1.75 · MEAT BALLS AND SPAGHETTI..---.:-..:--- ;.,,,,..---. 1.50 -Choiea of ; · '· , : '··· Baked or/French .Fried^Potatoes . : ·Vegetable du Jour -- French : ..Bread, and ; Butter ' GOCKTAILS 880 El Camino r San Bruno , JU 8-3362 ALL STAR MEXICAN CAST * MARGO, THE Z-BOMB -fr VICTOR BUE1.NA ·^ PANCHO CARMEN SAM * TAMARA ZALDIBAR SEEGRAVE'S * ARMANDO DUVAL BAND * LEO HEREDIA issm 7 - ..^ GOOD FOOD FOR ; ^^ OVER 3 GENERATIONS j Dancing · · Friday and Saturday Evenings with Clayton Mitchell and his Orchestra COCKTAILS · DINNER FROM $2.25 Adjoining Sharp Park Golf Course, 5 Miles Sooth of Wesilak* on Hiway 1, Pacifieo, Calif. Flandera 5-9962 For the BEST STEAK and ABALONE on the Peninsula MCDOWELL'S Merchants Lunche* ..$1.25 2608 E! Comino, San Mateo FJ 5-9332 Dav» Dodti Organ Bar OUT OF HAYASTAN TO YOU Come the Rarest oi Foods and Dellcad** Mecca oi Conaoisaeuri .: : .Oi Good Food Try Our Fmnoui Full Cours* Dinners . Cock1ail» Lounge GEORGE MAKDIKIAN'S OMAR KHAYYAM'S SUtter 1-1010 Open Every Day 4 p jn. 'to Midnight O'Farrell at Powell Sunday* and Holiday* 2 pjn. to Midnight · San Francisco SOUTH S AH FHAHCISCO LEANING TOWER ~1 RESTAURANT .DINNERS LUNCHEONS COCKTAILS Open Ev«ry Day Lunchaons II to Z ·DinntrrS to 10 pm Sat. «nd Sun. 3 to ID 713 LINDEN AVE. » JU 8-2417 SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO W« ar« now i«£hir!ng,thii nv*n. coiirsi flnn«r and w« gu*r»nt«« you will bt imiiidl '' Han D'Oiuvrtl, .Mixt'd Grt*n S«Ud (Choice of Drassing), Soup ds Jour. Spjghiirl or Ravioli. NEW YORK CUT STEAK {Char«oa!.Broil«d,"Av«rdi3t Sin 12-M-Otl Choici Idiho B«*f.- Expertly Agsd -- Fr*ih Green Vigatables"-- Bak«d Idaho Potato Coffi* --· lc» Cteam-- Sh«rb«t or Chtii* 15 From Menu to Choon-Front 00

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