Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 17, 1977 · Page 22
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March 17, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 22

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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday. March 16,1977 'MAKING THE ROUNDS The "Gong Show" is new feature at Annie Tiques Continued from preceding page. done by the dealers. *** WHY IS this column so shut, you ask" Reason is that Skort [ Vk, that is ] was away U play !· sony Florida and faded to return in time to do all the typing he should do and has been doing for lo these many years.. Look for next week's column to be back to normal, with Short's long sentences that be likes to use, even though most newspaper editors frown on them. *· * * * * * * * * Jf * * * * * * * * * * * * * * It starts, this Sunday, the sensational "Gong Show," adapted from the TV version, at the Annie Tiques restaurant. You'll want to be there at 10.30 p.m., when the show will start, and if you'l like to perform, just make arrangements in advance. Judging will be by a panel of "loco" celebrities, says Annie and a pot of fold will reward the weekly winners, first prize being exactly $10101, a rather remarkable figure in itself. ^ THE ^ ' GYROS ZORBA RESTAURANT ENTERTAINMENT AND BELLY DANCING FRIDAY and SATURDAY AND SUNDAY \ --, | featuring / THE ASTERIA TRIO NO COVER -- NO MINIMUM -- HAVE FUN' LUNCH Enjoy It Here At The GYROS OF ZORBA Your Host JMKAUVAS NOWOPB4 SEVEN DAYS A WEEK I * ** * ** * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Stan Chora's show group is at Pepe's Not Charo but Chara is now playing all this week at Pepe's. Leader Stan Chara is featured with his takeoffs on Las Vegas stars including Wayne Newton, Elvis and Tom Jones and his tributes to them are highlight of each performance. The club will again have the Diamond group beginning Wednesday after next. 422-2275 * 9940 S. Southwest Highway * *»»*»»»*¥¥»»»»JMMMMMMMf»»»¥»^MMM- 1424-94901 OPEN DAILY 5 P.NL SUN. AT NOON Feast! A Meal Fit For Royalty W« gnt you a wnal chtdt and a pre$tiooin place fo dm For $7 95 you con hove campht* dinrar phis oN the cocktails you wish at no exira cost to you Sun. thru Thvfi. from 5 p.m Fn Sat we feint our package fo3dnnki. No rtterrohons, ptetne, unless groups 10 or mart MEDIUM RARE STEAK HOUSE 10301 SOUTHWEST HIGHWAY CHICAGO RIDGE GoRdesa del Map presents Sptciitty Prictd Dinmrs K.C.I+OWS SWEDISH MEATBALLS 2-fcM BAKED SWISS STEAK 24ir-1 2 for CHOPPED SIRLOIN STEAK 2-fcM CHCttNIOEV 24*1 BAKED SHORT MBS 2-fcM CHEF'S CHOICE: Selection of Two of the Above Dinners on MHJI of Two Niynts, TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS AND SALADBAR IS INCLUDED IN MAIN DINING ROOM Includes FASHION SHOW On Tuesdays and Thursdays 7 p.m. Reservations Required 995-1WO NOW THRU APRIL 3 FREDDIE BELL ki Coco Loco's Svppcr Club BOB HOPE WILL BE HERE MAY 16-17-18 Dinner Show *25 up CICERO AVE. at 122nd ST. German-American Restaurant 6250 W. 63rd St. Your Hott Rudy invite* you fo DANCE FRI.-SAT. featuring The Mutk Of THE GOOD BROS. Coll for Reservations: 586-7600 COME TO MNE AND DANCEI LMfch Every fey-Art THE NEW GOLDEN OX SOUTH ON63RD. ST. Ample Frae SQUIRE'S NOTTINGHAM INN Fantastic New Feature: Caesar Salad · Steak Diane · Beef Stroganoff Cherries Jubilee · Baked Alaska PREPARED TABLESIDE GIANT SAlADftAR wrth oil Lunches, Pinners) SUNDAY CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH $3.95 and $2.25 Entertainment Starring TOM AND JONES TUES. THRU SAT. FROM 8:30 P.M. 5544 W. 147TH ST. 371-8836 ~ At Ctntral in Oak Fowt Four Eagles open for lunch, St. Pat dinner America's Number OM entertainer, this year as every year, is sU-Mse Bob Hope aid he will be pertonniag ia a retira engagement in tte CohunbiaB sapper clab «f the CoMfesa del Mar OB May 1«,17,18, for which tickets are BOW available. Now the Four Eagles restaurant is open every day for lunch, serving sandwiches and "special" lunches to tempt any businessman or gal. This Thursday the restaurant will add a special corned beef and cabbage dinner to its dinner menu in honor of St. Pat's Day «*» JACK GIBBONS is tile renowned restaurant that is sure to please every diner who goes there any day of the week. It opens at 5 p.m. weekdays, at 4 on Saturdays, at l p.m. on Sundays. Besides its food fare it offers musical entertainment ( on the week-end nights. GOLDEN OX at its new location on 63rd st. is open for lunch, dinner, late dining and for private parties day or night It bids you welcome to dine and dance every Friday and Saturday night, when the Good Bros, are on stage with their smooth music. FREDDIE BELL opened last Friday with his new show in the Coco Loco's supper club of Condesa del Mar and will be there throught April 3. It is Freddie's fifth return engagement there. The leader sings, does comedy, impressions, plays trombone, bass, drums and mayhap we've left out other accomplishments of his. Carleen Terrano is featured with her electric guitar and vocals. Dave Dix handles the drums, Joe Campbell is on trumpet, Mike Willis Is the trombone artist, Pete Funk blows the sax and Bobby Dove presides at the organ. The Bell show is'presented Tuesday through Sunday THE BULLMAKKET on lllth st. and the Train Station on 63rd st are sister restaurants, each with its own special personality. Each now offers the same "special" every Friday, and "all you can eat" dinner of ocean perch with saladbar included. \ I acts have always bee* jui importait part ii vndevUie shows and so it Is appropriate that Mr. B, wht is billed as 'The prince of Jiggters," provides merry moMBts in the mutca! ·km titled "Simply Vaade- Tille" BOW playug at the Fn Hwuds theater. ORIENT VIEW says no need to head for Chinatown to enjoy a fine Cantonese lunch or dinner. The restaurant-on 87th st. is conven lent for dining and also for takeout service. OUR SUNDAY DINNERS induot Safadbar with ^Frtth Shrimp* and Dtnorh including Frtsh Cobblers SPECIAL MON. A TUES. DINNERS: CHOKE Of rtlmE MB * BUTT STCAK * SHSHKBAB JUT MIGNON * FRENCH FMH) JUMBO SHRIMPS DAM4UE MBS * HEW YOtK STMP STEAK All WITH SALADBAR, CHEFS SALAD, g fototo with Sow Cffon ft BvtrK, ^| WflTllt BfVM m BvHW VCnM · Wlttl A rVt-OimtT CodrtoJ, Vfmi, Aflw-0ir»»r Drink · THE CONME * JERRY."K" TOO Mon. thrw Fri. · THE MEUO-TONES Every Saturday · More Musk Sunday* WED. SPECIAL LOBSTER TAN. DINNER $5.65 CoM 5984680 or 5984681 Fashion Shows Tuts., Fri. BROTHER RICE HIGH SCHOOL pretenft A MUSICAL "WEST SIDE STORY" Music by Leonard Bernstein Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Directed by Bro. Ed Noonan Musical Direction by Bro. David Perkins MARCH 24 : 7:30 P.M. 25..,. 8:00 P.M. 26 8:00 P.M. 27 2:00 P.M. BROTHER RICE GYM TICKETS $3.00 RESERVED SEATS CALL 779-3410 TICKETS AVAILABLE AT DOOR Comtlot Fashion -Showi Wed. A Thu Noon With DINNER PLAYHOUSE Dinner £jest pj ay of the Year Award RESTAURANT 4545 W. 95th ST Dean Priovotes presents For The Brides, Fresh Flowers In Bud Vases On All Tables DIHNER SPECIALS MONDAY THRU THURSDAY (Exc. Holidays) WITH FOUR DRINKS INCLUDED ON FRIDAYS AND SUNDAYS $9.00 fabulous food - Saladbar Included Italian "Pasta"Comedy Dining and Theatre from $8 95 I R*t*rv»tions 4SS-7373 15620 S Hartem Summit 60S01 |15 mm' from Loop*Frae L Group S«l» 496-3663 PERSONALIZED SERVICE ON BANQUETS, FROM 50 TO 1,000 PRIME DATES AVAILABLE Ask About Our Popular AIMnchisivt Businessmen's Lunch Daily TWO BANQUET ROOMS tor All Occas'Mns Addition To Ovr StMks, Prime Rib And ; IT MUBIME RALWATSA rLEASHAttE EVENT. ENTERTAINMENT Tues. thru Sat. BOB DIAMOND And His Trio SPECIAL FOR ST. PATS Corned Beef and Cabbage with Irish Soda Bread Oriand Pork Pub-ftcstavranl -DINNER SPECIALS- MR. TttVWU.- PRIME m Regvter Cut 6.95 Princm 5.95 THURS. SPECIAL PRIME RIB $4.25 bisk Lamb Stew RMTiSHHNVS A| You COH tot 5 to 9:30 EiterUiincit Both Day AW Nik SITNNTiOMPwndef Atato fafl Crab UB» T: Complete Lobster Dinner COME CELEBRATE! 9655 W. 14M St HICKORY HILLS COUNTRY CLUB 8201 WEST 95TH S T R E E T Special for Jan. and Feb. 1978 FREE CAKE WITH ALL PARTIES $700 OPEN THE , YEAR AROUND Ann Up for OiMMr AfldAf DriWb PHONE 598-6460 Moke Gwnnj RiMivonons For AR 1977 PllflW Where To Go? What To Every week is a great week to go out to dine and to be entertained. Every week Vic Short tells you the news of where to go for the best in Dining--Dancing--Entertainment SPAPFRf

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