Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 17, 1977 · Page 23
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Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 23

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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday. March 16,1977 1 MAKING THE ROUNDS Golden Age ready for St. Pat's Day diners GREENE'S WEST offers complete facilities for private parties of small to medium large size. It has three dining rooms plus its show lounge, where musical entertainment is a feature :T»seven nights a week. The * Mello-Tones are there every Saturday for your dancing pleasure. The menu for luncheon and for dinner is plenty big and each day offers different specials lor 8' extra value. Fashions shows c are another popular fea- ^ture. STUMP'S banquet inn offers triple attractions, for Thursday it will present its annual St. Pat's party. You can still secure dinner reservations and dance to Frank O'Hara and his Right Material group. Then Sunday you can enjoy its glamorous brunch that features crepes filled with ice cream and fresh fruits, all you want. Third, of course, you can plan the most glorious of banquets or other private parties, for which the place is so beautifully set up. The Golden Age restaurant is ready with corned beef and cabbage on its luncheon and dinner menu in honor of St. Pat's Day, and host Dean Priovolos adds that it will also be ready for Easter Sunday dining, and you can call for reservations early. The big dining center on 95th st. has banquet rooms for private parties up to a thousand in size. It has musical entertainment nightly with Bob Diamond featured. Fashion shows are another popular feature. «*» SQUIRE'S Nottingham inn is making fast progress to becoming a top ranked dining center since it was taken over by All and Sharon Sharif. All happens to be a' cousin of movie star and bridge expert Omar Sharif. His restaurant features fine food "at coffee shop prices," and you'll want to go there for lunch or dinner or later dining, or on Sunday for brunch. Musical entertainment at night is an added attraction. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * THE'ORIGINAL f. f. DAVE MAJORand The Minors COMING ATTRACTIONS!!! iril 25 May 1 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * THE IRISH SHOW BAND" I BUCK OWENS + 104th Cicero ffiSTooi * OAK LAWN 499-looJ, * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * GARDEN OF EDEN irVMVoutoits THURSDAY Gala St. Pat's Party MARCH17 IndudM Giant MM toadod with Irish GAVIN'S ST. PAT'S DAY Salute OPEN 11 A.M. TO 4 A.M. Entertainment All Day, All Nite! featuring · HUNGRY HILL · HENNIGAN BROS. · RAPAREES · IRISH PIPE BAND · IRISH STEP DANCERS 927-4SO9 1924 W. 47th St. I - ST. PAT'S PARTY THURSDAY, MAKH 17: Frtd Kaf · ttd His Bani WthSpngMrd pftMl ^RVMC Vjf Martin Bynit ft TM Matters* Ab* «. IM HOT MiMf Ftk Siiifvis OpQf) fMNIMI NO ADMISSION CHARGE Coined Bwrf A dfctoos* Dinner from * to 1:30 by «mr¥Bti»nil DANONG 9 9M. TO 1 AJ*. (Mftwy TnwjJ,fctwcyStml «rw»» Tli * Ckin $#f OBMKCTK will ^wnwtn Phone 425*3686 or 239-0936 Hwfem at 102nd pepes "CHARA" Featuring Stan Chara in Tributes to Wayne Newton, Tom Jones, Elvis! COMING WED., MARCH 30: "DIAMOND" 585-1770 4142 W, 63rd St. The camera seems to have caight Freddie Bell la a rather aamsial (for Him) serkn mood, tat ywll be seetftg him as a bodte of kappliess, comedy aid soag as he purveys Us om special braid of eiterUu- meat with Us show in the Coco Loco's sapper club of Coadesa del Mar, where he is playiag another return engagement Corned beef on St. Pat's at Mr. G'$ Yes, indeed, you can "go Irish" the night of St. Pat's Day at the Mr. G's steak house, because corned beef and cabbage will be featured on the menu. And coffee is still a quarter there, says host Nate Grossman. Another special attraction is the dinner of frog legs, a gourmet favorite. »»* CHUCK SALVO continues as featured musical entertainer at the Annie Tiques. Chuck puts on his dazzling show every night but Thursday and Sunday. The restaurant with the atmosphere of yesteryear is open daily for lunch, dinner and late dining, and every Sunday features its popular champagne brunch with crepes. A bit of San Francisco comes to the windy city T 611 S 10350 S. WESTERN AVE. presents L-i-v-e J-a-z-z with "EXCITEMENT INC," Tenor Sax Star Dave Mitchell FRIDAYS 9:30 p.m. to 3:30 a.m. SATURDAYS 'HI 4:30 a.m. Tiie Bay Area, described ! as a new concept in casual dining, has opened at 8434 S. Kedzte ave. The chef Ron [ formerly of Prego's at 79th and Western ] says hello to all his old friends and hopes they will stop by UK) try his unique bill of fare for lunch or dinner. The newly remodeled lounge area is open daily 11 to 2 a.m. Banquet, catering, live entertainment will be available soon. You'll want to try the new place for something really different. *** FOX HOUNDS dinner theater is but a few months old, so mayhap you haven't been there yet. Call for ticket information and then be prepared to enjoy a really pleasurable evening of live theater. Each performance is a bit different, but! the title of the show is "Simply Vaudeville," with three acts, a big and changing cast of actors, actresses, singers, dancers, even comedians, magicians and "humans in animal form." The theater is easy to reach, has ample parking, and dinner is optional. 239-1659 NtwShowl "SING Mr fttwt featuring DANCING SHOWS WED., FRI., SAT., SUN. , (Sunday Shew* at 4 and 7 p.m.) PRIVATE PARTIES PHONE 594-1200 UP TO 2,000 8900 W. 95th St. \3OXL 10429 S. CICERO Phone 636-3737 Fit* Quart R.C. vrith Lara* or Family Pizza St. Pat's Special One-Half Off On Any Pizza With This Ad IN OAK LAWN FAST DBJVBtY- CATERING AVAHABlf »: Fri.Tsat7£i OOSH MONDAY Blue Foxx ( ~/ CAUFOR DBJVBtY 737-2076 771-9551 RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE ' MnMy Ftofuftng THE FAMILY Terry Bryant and Mary Arm Marshall OPEN 11 AJW. TO 4A.M. LUNCH - DMNBt - HZZA And Sonowicno* Your Botti Sonny Salomon 3314 W. 55th St. SUHHERWEST RESTAURAN) - LOUNGE - BANQUET CENTER Your Musical Host- Vic Zaro Plus Pete Peterson and Frank Rizzuto Fn . Sat IftMtBvlMMlvllflfVl And Utt Dining 424-6210 9140 S. Western.Aye. CHICAGO TICKETS W1Z * EQUUS * SUPERSTARS * KANSAS * BOSTON * ZEPUN * LIZA HEPBURN * UGHTFOOT 776-2100 SEATS . ALL CONCERTS Stump's lianqurt Inn St. Pat's Party THURSDAY, MARCH 17th From 6:30 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. Continuous Buffet Dinner Until 10:30 p.m. - and OKN BAR ALL EVB4ING DoncinQ wHn Frank O'Hara and his RIGHT MATERIAL" BAND " rot $20°° PBtPBtSON RESERVE NOW - Call 448-9408 RESIrtUKANT OK DISTINCI ION . 6250 W. 95th ST Featuring Saturday SHOW-30 SHOW-10:30 COCKTAILS A SMORGASBORD 4J5-Sp«od SUPER BRUNCH SUNDAYS 10 A.M. TO 3 P-M. A FABULOUS BREAKFAST, DINNER AND LUNCH) InclvoM FmilifMaM CivpM wifh In Ctvoin COOCTAIS SOWED FROM 10 A.M. No RcMfvafiont For Th* Bnmch Harlem at 106th St, (Harlem at Southwest Highway) Dine With Us On Friday m^mf * OCEAN PERCH ALL YOU CAN EAT Served with Saladbar, Potato, Bread, Butter BULLMARKET 6030 W. 111TH ST. CHICAGO RIDGE TRAIN STATION 3601 W. 63rd ST. CHKAOO Irish is the word, says Fox's pub Fox's Orland Park pub and restaurant is ready for a gala day and night on St. Pat's Day. The menu will include two special dinners, traditional corned beef and cabbage with Irish soda bread, and authentic Irish lamb stew. Musical entertainment will be presented Thursday night as usual and in addition there will be special musical entertainment all day from early noon, so come early or come late, but don't fail to come, says the pub host. *»* THE PARIS flea market will have its gala grand reopening for the new year this Sunday. It will be Spring then and if our weathermen cooperate, a capacity attendance can be expected. The market is in the Sheridan drive-in on Harlem ave. Whether you intend to buy or sell, trade or swap, you should have ideal conditions for doing so, and the children will nave a tiddyland to keep them occupied and happy. **» HICKORY HILLS country club keeps busy the year around, improving its facil- tities to stay ever in the front, as the saying goes. It invites golf outings, banquets and other gala parties. The earlier you reserve, the better your chances or obtaining the exact choice dates or times desired. *** ARNOLD O'MUZZAREL- II [ that's the way to spell his name around St. Pat's Day ] says all you escorted colleens will have dinner on the house at the Sabre Room, and you can accept his invitation to do so on either Wednesday, the eve of St Pat's Day, or Friday, the night after the great day. Both ngthts there will be dancing and the floorshow. Be sure to call in advance for reservations. reur PARK RESTAURANT N»w All-Hawaiian Show! CALVIN LEE, THE PINEAPPLE AND SOWS OF HAWAII FRIDAY--thews at 8:30 and 10:30 SATURDAY--8:15 and 10:30 NO COVER CHARGE No Minimum With Dinner ftMtrvafmis: 532-5390 17749 S. Oak Pork Ave. SUPPER CLUB in the CONDESA DEL MAR NOW! "FOUR NEW WAYS" DYNAMIC SHOW GKOU» 1 HAYING TOT 40 A DISCO *! iREStAURANTji GREEK NITE MARCH 19 Far MHNT RnarntiaK: Mf-3443 5540 W. 159th ST. fa OA cm* m» 2-for-1 DINNERS AND SHOW ANY TIME 7 P.M. TO 2 A.M. SUN., TUES., WED., THURS. Order from Sptc'nl Menu And Stay For Th« Show - No Cover Charge NOW PLAYING- THRU APRIL 3 FREDDIE BELL OPENING APRIL 5 THRU APRIL 10 AL MORGAN All IN COCO LOCO'S SUPPER CLUB In BOB HOPE "WwW* No. J Crffrtn" DINNER SHOW $25 up MAY 16-17-18 Call For Reservations SK-1000 371-7000 FOOD BANQUETS from *6.95 CICERO A\E. at 122nd MMMMMMMfiW^^

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