Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 10, 1977 · Page 30
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March 10, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 30

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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday. March 9,1977 MAKING THE ROUNDS 1 I Continued from preceding page. his trumpet, two more sidemen with their trumpets, two with trombones, another man with banjo, one with guitar, another on bass and one with drums, and together they make sweet, sweet brass music indeed. *** CYD CHARISSE will be starring in a play opening next week at a dinner playhouse in Dallas... Walt Dtoey World sells two and three-quarter million boxes of popcorn a year and now has its own "Gourmet" brand of it. Let Elizabeth Taylor tell you about the difference between acting for films and on stage; the techniques are different, she says, for in the theater you have to magnify your movements and for the camera you have to minimize gestures, otherwise you end up looking like you're flapping all over, sending signals, you should concentrate on your role on stage or at the studio but then you should shed it like an overcoat when you go home to your personal life Ah, yes *** Continued to following page. ANNIE TIQUES restaurant is the dining center where you find a warm welcome early and late, in an atmosphere of the past. Food and entertainment, however are definitely up to date A Sunday Champagne brunch and creperie are just two of the special features at Annie Tiques. Chuck Salvo now stars five nights a week giving a fantastic show at the organ, twice nightly. HICKORY HILLS golf courses are open every day that golfing is possible, and its banquet facilities are also available any day or evening of the year. A number of complete party package plans are available and you are invited to stop in or phone for information. To be sure of a prime date, you should try to make reservations as much in advance as you can ,,··£ Q R U N T RESTAURANT AND LOU Specialists in Cantonese Dishes Also American Foods -- Canyouts OPEN DAILY 11:30 A.M. to 10 P.M. SAT. * SUN. 12 NOON TO 11 P.M. CbMd Mondays Ample Parking in R*ar 424*225 5617 W. 87th St. SUHHERWEST RESTAURAN1 - LOUNGE - BANQUET CENTER Your Musical Host Lmteh...Dmner Vic Zaro And Late Dining «"· P**« Peterson and .--_ -- Frank Rizzuto Fn , Sat 424-6210 9140 S. Western Aye SQUIRE'S INN Fantastic New Feature: Caesar Salad · Steak Diane · Beef Stroganoff Cherries Jubilee · Baked Alaska PREPARED TABLESIDE GIANT SALADBAR wHh oH Lundm, Dmtn SUNDAY CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH $3.95 and $2.25 Entertainment Starring TOM AND JONES , TVES. THRU SAT. FROM 8:30 P.M. 371-8836 5544 W. 147TH ST. At Central in Oak Forett "" * I del presents Specially Priced MMMTS I 2 K.C. B*Q RIBS 2*M I SWEDISH MEATBALLS 24*1 · BAKED SWISS STEAK 24*-1 · CHOPPED SIRLOIN STEAK 24*1 · CHICKEN KIEV 24*1 · BAKED SHORT RIBS 24*1 ; CHEF'S CHOICE: Selection of Two of Hw 2L; Above Dinners on eoeh of Two Nights, 2: TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS *£ AND SALADBAR IS INCLUDED § IN MAIN DINING ROOM 3 Includes FASHION SHOW :· On Tuesdays and Thursdays 7 p.m. :* Reservations Required 995-1000 i EPIC RECORDING STAR TOM JONES MARCH 7-8-9 ONE NEW TOM JONES EPIC AHUM WEE WITH PURCHASE OF TWO PAIRS OF SHOW TICKETS BOB HOPE WILL BE HERE MAY 16-17-18 Dinner Show *25 up CICERO AVE. at 122nd ST, Jimmy Doyle will be at Edmonds restaurant on 95th st. Friday and Saturday, March 11 and 12 for two shows nightly. GARDEN OF EDEN will prtsMf Gdla St. Pat's Parly SSTC $475 PERSON FROM 7 P.M. UNTIL?? Uv» EnhfWnmwt ^ntjjnol nisn Bond Includes Giant Smorgasbord DUfTvT IOCICWQ wilti InMi Favorites: HonHHnaov Skxra Bfwd,Com»dfctf*Cabbao», Sidt of B««f; Cflth Bar ., 8055 W. 103rd St. PHONE 430-1800 Blue Foxx RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE 737.2076 77S-9551 Dancing Entertainment Nitely We Deliver Pizzas And Other Menu Items 4 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Available for Private Parties,; Afternoons and Evenings Host Sonny Salomon 3314 W. 55th St. 1424-94901 OPEN DAILY 5 P.M. SUN AT NOON Feast! A Meal Fit For Royalty We 8"t you a small check ono o prftstiQioiis pfocc to dm For $7.95 you con have compl«l» dmwr plus oil the cocktails you wish of no extra cost to you Sun. thru Thurj. from 5 pjn Fn Sot we fifflit our pocxoQC to3drmlu. No icjtnroiions, pltaie, untess groups 10 or more MEDIUM RARE STEAK HOUSE 10301 SOUTHWEST HIGHWAY CHICAGO RIDGE WHITE ELEPHANT SAILDOG POPULAR RECORDING STARS We/come Them Back! 2535 W. 95th ST. Freddie Bell returns to Coco's Loco supper club Entertainer Freddie Bell returns to the Coco Loco supper club on Friday, March 11 for a four-week engagement at the Condesa del Mar. Freddie offers a variety of entertainment for all; with his comic routines, impressions, and heading his six-member musical group. The Freddie Bell show will be featured Tuesday through Sunday with two shows nightly on the weekdays and three shows nightly on the weekend. STUMP'S banquet inn is planning a St. Pat's day party Thursday, March 17 from 6:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. There will be a buffet dinner, open bar and dancing with Frank O'Hara and his Right Material band. Call now for reservations. *** THE WHITE ELEPHANT club on 95th st. has dancing every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday The famous recording stars The Sail- dogs will play there Friday and Saturday nights. **» SWAP-0-RAMA'S flea market has opened in the Double drive-in theater so now you can buy, sell and trade there every Saturday and Sunday from 7 a.m to 4p.m. «** PEPE'S is now featuring Peter Guerin in his "Tribute to Elvis". Reno Rossi's Survival group is also playing at Pepe's on 63rd st. so stop in early or late to catch the show. *** ._ TELTS on Western ave. now lias live jazz entertainment featuring the Excitement Inc. with Dave Mitchel Friday and Saturday nights. *** SQUIRES NOTTINGHAM inn has Tom and Jones en tertaining there Tuesday through Saturday from 8:30 p.m. Some new features at Squire's includes tableside preparation dinners, a great saladbar and Sunday champagne brunch. Field's gnnounces fifth anniversary through February Field's restaurant and supper club is celebrating their fifth year anniversary. Now through February they are having a special priced dinner which includes two cocktails before dinner, wine with dinner and one after dinner drink. This special is available Mon. through Thurs. from 4 p.m. to 7 30 p.m in the elegant, dining room. For entertainment in the club Dave Ma- N jor and the Minors now star * through April 13 for three shows a night. Following Dave will be the Irish Show- band featuring Brenda Boyer. Then the famous Buck Owens will be there April 25 through May 1. **» THE BLACK KNIGHT now has the Bossman group playing nightly Tuesday through Saturday. A popular trio, the Dana James Trio talf.es over for the Sunday and Monday night dancing and entertainment in the lounge of the popular Oak Forest dining center There are several features newly added to the menu there including lobster tail, turbot almondine and a special seafood platter. The famous shrimp boat saladbar is included with every dinner. MAMA LUIGI'S takes care of your private parties as though they were their own, and that is one solid reason that more and more banquets, meeting and such are being held at that Italian restaurant You have a choice of three rooms each more beautiful than the other Italian cuisine is featured there today as it has been for three generations. Keep the=place in mind for lunch as well as for dinner. Red Surrey entertains in the lounge on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights The well-known "Voice'of Ireland" Mary McGonigle will appear Sunday, March 13 for one night only at the Glendora House. Glendora announces gala St. Pat's day party Thursday, March 17 the Glendora House will present Fred Kaye and his band in a special open house St. Patrick's day celebration. Janie Griffin, the Irish songbird, will be a special attraction that ngiht, and Martin Bryne and Tom Masterson will also contribute their Irish music. There will be no admission charge for the dance, however there will be a corned beef and cabbage dinner from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. Call for dinner reservations *** GYROS OF ZORBA is strictly a Greek restaurant. They feature the finest Greek food, in, authentic Greek atmosphere and on weekends there is live Greek entertainment. Host Jim Kalivas is also happy to announce that his restaurant is now open seven days a week for lunch, dinner and late snacks". *** ANNIE TIQUES restaurant will begin a new kind of entertainment. On March 20 they will have the Gong show at 10:30. Auditions and all kinds of acts are welcome; prizes will be awarded. *** EDMUNDS has a great smorgasbord dinner 'Monday through Thursday all you can eat for'4.95. Through March 10 you can have that dinner for 3.95 with the special dollar off coupon you will find in this section. . ·' *** · BULLMARKET is featuring a dinner special on Friday. You can have as much perch as you would like for 2.45. This special offer includes the saladbar, potato, bread and butter. The perch is also available at the Tram Station restaurant on 63rd st. .· TINtEYPAWC RESTAURANT New All-Hawaiian Show! CALVIN LEE, THE PINEAPPLE; AND SONGS OF HAWAII FRIDAY--shows at 8:30 and 10:30 SATURDAY--8:15 and 10:30 .NO COVER CHARGE No Minimum With Dinner Reservations: 532-5390 17749 S. Oak Park Ave. The"GONG"SHOW Svnday r Mar. 20th For Cal 424-17781 RESTAURANT OF DISTINCTION 6250 W. 95th ST. SMORGASBORD DINNER ALL YOU CAN EAT MONDAY THRU THURSDAY 4 to 10 p.m WITH THIS AD SHOWTIME: IWIPJl REGULAR $4.95 -- SPECIAL $3.95 Introductory Offtr Good Thru March 10 Fist Prize 8200 South Cicero 424-1776 Lenten V _ W « * V W W V » V ~ - - -- -- - - - - The Parlor Players Present "SIMPLY VAUDEVILLE" Real Fun And Frolic! A Big Show Filled With Melodrama! Songs' Roller Skate Dancing! Talking Animals! A Great Family Show! At The New FOX HOUNDS * THEATRE * 8104 Archer Rd. (Route 171) Willow Springs Phone 8394889 IfJBCb DAMONG AFTHI THE SHOW] Lobster Tail Dinner 7.95 2 Seafood Platter 8.95 5 Turbot Almondine 5.25 m SHR JMP BOAT INCLUDED ^Ji ·"CfVnMcQiiifftefVT Seven NtHn* I THE BOSSMEN m NfTHY TUB. THRU SAT. A DANA JAMES TRIO SUN., MON. ^ 6I7-6674 5200 W. 159TH ST. DELUXE DINNER] OptiMalFtor $5.M Extra, Itp w, A'SPAPFRl PresoiUng ItaHn Cuisine in AQ Its Glorr * Three Banquet Rooms * Luncheon Specials Daily * Red Surrey's Music Wed., Fri, Sat RESERVATIONS: 496-9622 7500 S. HARLEM AVE. 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