Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 10, 1977 · Page 28
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Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 28

Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, March 10, 1977
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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, March 9.1177 ' MAKING THE ROUNDS' (GREECE WANTS more tourism there, a goal of six million travelers by 1882, which should result in a two billion dollar income for that little country compared to a take of about three quarters of a billion last year, and plans are to try to attract tourists all year around instead of only during the summer months... Casinos to come in Atlantic City pose no threat to Las Vegas except indirectly, for after A.C. goes for legal gaming, other Continued to lolloping page. Dining, fashion shows, music at Golden Age Here is Freddie Bell doing one of his hilarious comedy routines at Condesa del Mar's Coco's Loco supper club March 11 through April 3. Something New field's --RESTAURANT- , Fifth Anniversary Celebration In OUT Elegant Dining Room SC95 6 FROM 4 P.M. TO 7:30 P.M. MONDAY THRU THURSDAY COMPLETE DINNER (Choice of 12 Entrees) -INCLUDES- TWO COCKTAILS BEFORE DINNER WINE WITH DINNER 'And One More After-Dinner Drink Reservations: 499-1881 104th CICERO AVE. On 95th st in Oak Lawn stands the Golden Age res- tuarant, presided over by Dean Priovolos, a dining center rated by many as tops in food, service, atmosphere, all so important for the full pleasure of all who go there to dine, by day and by night. Now in its 'second year is the special menu of dinners that include drinks without added cost Every Wednesday and Thursday the luncheon guests have an extra treat in the way of a fashion show. Gifts for the patrons are an added touch of hospitality There is mu-' sic in the lounge nightly featuring the popular Bob Diamond. There are private 'dining rooms for banquets of all sizes to one thousand. Bingo games at Marist in seventh year There is no denying the enduring popularity of bingo, the games drawing fans from many miles around, who enjoy playing regularly the year around. The Mar ist high school gym on 115th st. is the scene of one, of the most successful 1 ' operations, where the Marist Fathers' club staff is in charge, with nearly half a,million dollars paid out in the nearly seven years there. Every Wednesday the games there begin at 7:30 p.m. with the doors open from 5:30pm THE NEW B · a a \ Entertainment Night, Til 4A.M. CASUAL DINING VISIT OUR SALAD CAR BAR ^1925FORDMODIEL'T'' 3K3KSS^3^^^!^3l!SK^S' "Two Shows NOW every WON., TUES., WED., FRI. AND SAT. N A Night CHUCK SALVO'S SHOW Sunday Now Featuring Creperie 8200 So. Cicero -- LUNCH -- DINNER -- LATf DINING 424-1776 ia a t A a a 6 · · · · · · · « o « i i » « e e « e « « « « « « « « « « e « « » i o o o « e o i 10 o.m. to 2p.m. Under 72 52.50 TWO BANQUET ROOMS For All Occasions OUR SUNDAY DINNERS indud* Safadbar with Frtsh Shrimps and Deuerts including Frtth Cobblers SPEOAL MON. A TUES. DINNERS: CHOICE OF PRIME RB * BUTT STEAK * SMSHKOAB WET MJGNON * FRBICH RUED JUMBO SHRIMPS BAK-B-QUt MBS * NEW YORK STRIP STEAK AIL WITH SAIADBAR, CHEFS SALAD, , Pohrto with Sour Cream t Butter, ' Worrn Breod · Butter Conte * ¥fifh A rVOkmer Cocktail, Wine, After-Dimer Drink · THE CONNIE ft JERRY "K" TRIO Mon. rhrv Fri. · THE MEUO-TONES Every Saturday · More Musk Sundays 591-6610 and 66M WED. SPECIAL LOBSTER TAIL DINNER $5.65 Call 598-6680 or 598-6688 ravHOfi Snows Tue$., Fn. ««4W.95th$t, THURS. SPECIAL PRIME RIB $4.25 HAVE YOU TRIED MARIST FATHERS' CLUB BINGO? 1. FORMAT Double Door Card $1.00 17 - $50 Regular Games Regular cards 5 for $1.00 3 Specials: $100, $200, $500 Bonus cards $0.50 Bonus Cards for Regular Games Special cards $0.50 2. Straight Bingo into Oddities 3. Least expensive : Highest pey-otl 4. AWARDS to date $451,446 ATTENDANCE to date 150,357 5. Large lighted parking facilities 6. C.T.A. KEDZJE BUS to door to 7:30 p.m. C.T.A. KEDZJE BUS available at door 9:51 p.m. 7. Large gym.,plenty of room for serious players 8. Air-Conditioned 9. SEVENTH YEAR of professional experience in satisfying our clientele. 10. A devoted MARIST FATHERS 1 CLUB staff WHY WORKDAY All YEAR 3t 7:30 p m. Doors Opm MARIST RKR SCH99L fill 4200 WEST 115th St CHICAGO, n_ (Soitim SOUTH German-American Restaurant 6250 W. 63rd St. Your Host Rudy, invites you to DANCE FRI.-SAT. Featuring The Music Of THE GOOD BROS. Call for Reservations: 586-7600 BusnessmenT*1 mw A* 40 DANCEI Lwteh Every Day-Ami Cemplete Dinners COME TO THE NEW GOIOEN OX SOUTH Ample Free Parking THE SABRE ROOM now has the floor show "Sing Me" every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Banquet rooms are also available for private parties up to 2,00. Coming March 26 through March 28 Is the famous Liza Minnelll. She will appear in two shows night-, ly. Tickets are now available. COPPER PALACE restaurant will have Greek night'March 19 with entertainment and dinner. Reservations should be made for dinner, however they are not needed for the entertainment The Four New Ways group is now playing there nightly. \ «* THE VILLAGE LODGE restaurant is now taking reservations for a special one night appearance of the Homer and Jethro show scheduled for Saturday, March 12. One $15 ticket will include dinner, three hours of unlimited drinks from 7 p.m. and the show at 9 p m *** GLENDORA HOUSE can accommodate private parties from 50 to 700 people. Parties include dinner and drinks On Wednesday and Friday nights there is no extra charge for the band. The Glendora House can really make your party a success and if you like dancing you will especially enjoy the big maple dance floor. William Munchow is the doting grandfather and Donna Henslee, the servant in "Saturday, Sunday, Monday", the zany charming comedy about family Italian style now at Candlelight dinner playhouse through Sunday, March 20. GAVIN'S restaurant Js really planning a great celebration on St. Patrick's day. At 11 a.m._ Gavin's will open to start celebrating early. They will have a free bus going to and from the St Patrick's day parade and afterwards a free Irish meal. Continuous entertainment will be presented by the Hungry Hill, the Hennigan Bros., the Raparees and an Irish Pipe band. Don't miss this great salute to St. Pat's day at the restaurant on 47th st. G lend or a XOUSE -Special. ST. PAT'S PARTY THURSDAY, MARCH 17: Fred Kaye and His Band Special Attraction - JAN IE GRIFFIN Irish Songbird Irish Mo«k By Martin Brynt I Tom Masttrson open house NO ADMISSION CHARGE Corned Beef Cabbage Dinner ON Copper fittoc* NOW! "FOUR NEW WAYS" DYNAMIC SHOW GROUP PLAYING TOP 40 A DISCO GREEK NITE MARCH 19 Bmutifin Bwy Donccn For Miner Resenratieas: 617-3443 5540" W. 159th ST. m CM. i 6-8:30 p.m By I Geffmy Tmvil i of Inland) Th t Oar* M I DANCING from 9| Short movie [fKnn«r Mill t I mi pvmnn to 1 a-m Phone 425-3686 or 239-0936 Harlem at 102nd presenting Reno Rossi's Survival -' featuring PETER GUERIN in hie "TRIBUTE TO ELVIS" 585-1770 4142 W. 63rd St. GREENE'S WEST has three dining rooms to accommodate private parties in the finest manner. Food and entertainment are also features at the restaurant seven days a week. The menu has specials every day for lunch, dinner'and later dining *** ANDY B'S KINGS inn on 103rd st. has the Beautiful Shoes group now entertaining in the combination restaurant, lounge and banquet center Host Andy Me-, Givney will soon have more news concerning food and dining ! *** PEPE'S is now featuring Peter and dance with the Denehy step dancers There will be Irish music by Martin Bryne and Tom Masterson and dance music will be provided by the Shawn O'Donnell band. This evening of entertainment'and dancing also includes a corned beef and cabbage dinner all for one low price of $15 per person. Another added special will be a short movie of Ireland after dinner and a dance by the Clare Se Dancers A big celebration is planned and it is one you will not want to miss. Ortand Park Pub-Restaurant ·DINNER SPECIALS- MOM. TUE, WED. -PRIME RIB Regular Cut 6.95 Princtu 5.95 THURSDAY: Complete ·»$( ioptfer Pinner · HOMY: SHRIMPS Al You Con Eat 5 to 9:30 5 7S STORMY: One Pound of Ahnkon King Crab Up ^V^WliS Cofnptofo) Ubstar Dinner LENTEN SPECIAL Danish Rock Lobster AH You Can Eat 7» FRI. ·AND- 1AKE KtCH AVARAME 5* 349-2111 PRIVATE ROOMS FOR PARTIES 9655 W. 143rd St. ^p, s» *C2 iv§ fj/rf DINNER PLAYHOUSE Winner Best Play of the Year Award Italian "Pasta" Comedy Dining and Theatre from $8.95 Rtsttvilions 458-7373 5620 S Hcrlim Summit 60501 115 mm from Loop · Free Prkg L Group S«l«t 496-3663 1 CICCRO AVE. AT 122nd ST. BAY AREA CASUAL DINING Aj LUNCH 11-2 · DINNER 2-10 COCKTAILS Try us For A Unique Concept in Fine Dining OPEN 7 DAYS 11 a.m. - 2 a.m. DAILY SPECIALS DISCOUNT COCKTAILS 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. A en of San Francisco in The Windy City 8434 S. Kedzie, CHICAGO ILL. 737-3308 I lor the most nportar «*y in --^4 n ,V ( «?* HICKORY HILLS COUNTRY CLUB 8201 WEST 95TH S T R E E T Special for Jan. and Feb. 1978 FREE CAKE WITH ALL PARTIES iyii OPEN THE YEAR AROUND And Up Ft* Dinner AmJAffDrinfo PHONE 598-6460 Reservations Now For AN 1977 rl'lfftfe TffTICS young »v»s ui *^ U4!U S n ^^»- ^ 1 m Banquets up to 2,000 ,« r " : UP Come In Ana Look Around Or Phone All YOU CAN EAT AND DRINK. . . and you gd a Gift CeilifacaJe JOT-Coco loco's Supper Qub Show Dinner SPAPFRf

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