Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 17, 1977 · Page 21
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Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, March 17, 1977
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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, March 16,1977 MAKING THE ROUNDS' I Garden of Eden to have its first St. Pat Party TIPS ARE TAXABLE, of course, but how about tokes, is the big question of the hour in Las Vegas, for there are about 1I,(N dealers in the state and another M,Mt workers in other fields there who derive a substantial protion of their annual income from tokes, a total nearly 31 per cent of Nevada's work force, and statistics show, they say, that Nevada's dealers alone take home about .fifty million dollars in tips yearly Oh, yes, tokes are supposedly gifts to get good luck and are not tips for any work Continued to lolloping page. 3? SABRE ROOM announces its St. Pat's Special WED. FRI. NITES MARCH 16 AND 18 DINNER ON THE HOUSE FOR EVERY ESCORTED COLLEEN 598*1200 8900 W. 95th ST. The Garden of Eden is set for its first St. Pat's Day party and you can be there if you secure reservations for the gala night. The festivities will begin at 7 p m and will continue into early night. The festivities will begin at 7 p m and will continue into early morn An elaborate buffet will be featured, a giant of a smorgasbord loaded with Irish favorites You'll dine on corned beef and cabbage, or on a side of beef, or both You'll have the real Irish soda bread and side dishes galore. One moderate price will cover the complete dinner, the live entertainment, and the dancing There will be an original Irish band and more *** LIZA MINNELLI is coming to the Sabre Room for three great nights, March 26, 27, 28 and you will do well to get your tickets now, before they are all gone You have a choice of early show with dinner or later show with cocktails The regular show there is "Sing Me" and that is presneted every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. ^ o o e o o o o o o Q o o o o o o o o o o o o o Q c o g g g o o o o o o o o o o o o o o * * t * » v e o e B o o «*.*·. CASUAL DINING VISIT OUR SALAD CAR BAR AN ORIGINAL 1925 FORD MODEL "T" Two Shows A Night Five Nights A Week Sunday CkamjKujKe f Bniudt J · 8200 So. Cicero -- LUNCH - DINNER -- LATE DINING 424- 7776 ·JJ..JBOO..".»··(,( oo t « . . t « t t Btt « « a B f l t f l t t t t M i t t t a t t t t t a a M t « 70 a.m. to 2 p.m. Under 12 $2.50 Now Featuring Creperie The Family, Terry, Mary at Blue Foxx That popular musical group known as The Family, featuring Terry Bryant and Mary Ann Marshall, is now playing nightly at the Blue Foxx restaurant and lounge on 55th st. The place is noted for its food as well as its entertainment, being open for lunch, dinner and late dining, with delivery service an added feature on its pizza and other menu items: There is a game room in addition to the lounge and dining room. Sonny Salomon is the host. *** VIC ZARO is musical lost at the Summer-west restaurant and lounge. Musical entertainment is a nightly attraction there, the music nonstop on the big weekend nights. It's for sure that Vic will supply plenty of Irish melodies on the night of St. Pat's Day. »** SWAP O RAMA is the flea market in the Double Drive-in and since 1969 it has been a big hit with South siders and suburbanites from near and far. It is open every Saturday and Sunday, and as the market manager says, anyone can sell, but,* swap, trade and haggle over prices THE BAY AREA CASUAL DINING LUNCH M-2 DINNER 2-10 Sat.. Sun 3-10 · -COCKTAILS · , OPEN 7 DAYS 11 a.m. - 2 a.m. · A Bit of San Francisco in The Windy City Try us For A Unique Concept in Fine Dining DAILY SPECIALS DISCOUNT COCKTAILS 11am - 2 p.m. 8434 S. Kedzie, CHICAGO ILL. 737-3308 m ····v* **«·- . " 7fate '* THE WORLD'S NUMBER ONE CITIZEN IS AGAIN COMING TO ENTERTAIN YOU ON May 16 May 17 Maylt AT THE Gondesa del Map The Bob Hope Show With Dinner $25 up *?cteto CICERO AVE. at 122nd ST, "West Side Story will be at Brother Rice On March 24 through March 27 the .musical "West Side Story" will be presented in the gym of the Brother Rice high school and the public is invited. The famed musical with music by Leonard Berstein will be directed by Bro. Ed Noonan and the show will be under the musical direction of Bro David perkins Tickets are available now or may be had at the door All seats will be reserved HIBERNIA HALL will stage a gala St. Pat's Day dance and you're invited to" participate from 9 p.m to 1 a.m The Danny Dignan or-^ chestra will play for dancing and Elizabeth Carroll and Jim Keane will play for the Denaghy Irish dancers. May Kennedy Kane will also be there It will be an all-Irish night with irish musicians dropping in as they go from club to club, so it will be an exciting evening for all who go there *** The Parlor Players Present "SIMPLY VAUDEVILLE" Real Fun And Frolic! A Big Show Filled With Melodrama 1 Songs! Roller Skate Dancing! Talking Animals! A Great Family Show! At The New FOX HOUNDS * THEATRE * 8104 Archer Rd. (Route 171) Willow Springs Phone 839-8889 [DISCO DANCING AFTER THE SHOW] Meet Terry Bryant and Mary of The Family, now playing Blue Foxx on 55th st. · THE GYROS of Zorba is the Greek dining cneter pre sided over by genial Jim Kalivas, whose slogan the year around is "Go Greek at least once a week " Jim adds that of course you can go Irish tomorrow for St Pat's Day but try to get to his place Friday or Satur day or Sunday, for on those three ngihts every week he, presents Greek music by the Asteria ftrio plus belly dancing. If you can, also go there any day of the week for either lunch or dinner. Ann Marshall nightly at the Mr. G's Our Svpar Special FROG LEGS $ 4 75 With Relish Tray, Soup, Salad, Rolls, Butter, Dessert 436-5330 3524 W. 79th ST. ST. PAfs SPECIAL CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE And Coffee Still 254 Something New field's --RESTAURANT- Fifth Anniversary Celebration In Our Elegant Dining Room 6 95 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. ······················· O U Q Q U U NEVER ANY TIPPING COME AS YOU ARE! Celebrate St. Pat's Day! Corned Beef Cabbage Green Beer MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW [532-1932. 7537 W.I 59th St. FOUR EAGLES RESTAURANT, LOUNGE, AND BANQUET CENTER 9Tt WON. thru THURS. FRI., SAT., SUN. AND HOLIDAYS cvimk mtn 2 DRINKS 1 DRINK ··fort Dmntr ] Glass Of WINE i With j Dinner 1 DRINK After Your Dinner Lamb Chops, Beef Shishkebab, Chicken Kiev, Veal Cordon Bleu, ££95 N.Y. Strip Steak, Fried Shrimp Ij Pork Chops, Bar-B-Q Slab O' Ribs ^ Lobster Tail 8.95 -- Porterhouse 8.95 Prim* Rib 6.95 every Saturday Sunday Friday is Seafood Night, Choke 6.95 . AH The Above Dinners include Saladbar, Soup, Polalo, and AH Drinks listed Above * * * ST. PAT'S DAY DINNER Corned Beef Cabbage Complete Dinner With One Before- Dinner Cocktail and One After-Dinner Dnnk plus Wme During Dinner *5.95 OPEN FOR LUNCH Sandwiches and Special lunches $1,95 to $2.25 COCKTAILS 754 PHONE 974-3010 FOURS! EAGLES 11011 Southwest Highway SUPER SALADBAR NOW INCLUDED FREE WITH ALL LUNCHES AND DINNERS Super Breakfast Brunch EVERY SUNDAY 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. SOMETHING NEW AT THE REGENCY! ICE CREAM AND SOFT FROZEN YOGURT Popular Flavors ADULTS 2.95 6 to 10 2.25 6 and under 1.25 ALL YOU CAN EAT 6616 W. 95th St. Oak Lawn Phone: 599-7272 All Items Available lor Carry-Outs! I or Kr-UiiiranN. l.ftiinur*. Hallrooni- Olhrr l'la« «· Uf Ktitrrl-uniu nl Advertising Is Good -But Not Enough Publicity Is Good -But Not Enough B-t-T ADVERTISING with PUBLICITY RINGS THI Bill lftnl\ II fn r/f t'intu i M J /!»«.«· FWSP4PERS In V-//.' SPAPFRI

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