Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 17, 1977 · Page 24
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Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, March 17, 1977
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it Newspapers, Wednesday. March 16.1977 MAKING THE ROUNDS" W1 TM Vic Stout 5 Pizza Delight is well named, say its patrons New saladbar and Sunday breakfast at Regency Pizza, ribs, sandwiches and other menu favorites are the specialties of the Piaa Delight, and those who dine there or use the delivery service offered there are unanimous in agreeing that the establishment is well named, with its friendly atmosphere, its fast service, its spic 'n span surroundings. It also offers catering, and to help you celebrate St. Pat's Day it offers half off on any pizza with its ad. THE EDMUNDS restaurant offers pleasurable dining that features "all you can eat" smorgasbord for lunch and for dinner. This Friday and Saturday there will be gigh-powered musical entertainment with Jimmy Doyle. Jimmy, whose picture you saw here last week, will put on two shows each night, so you have your choice of early dinner and show or cocktails and later show that begins '·at 10:30p.m. invite you to The "GONG" SHOW EVERY SUNDAY Beginning Mar. 20 SHOWTIME: 1fe30 P.M. For Auditions Cafl 424-1776) All Kinds Of Acts Are Welcome First Prize $101.01 8200 South Cicero 424-1776 Now there is a brand new saladbar at the Regency steak house on 95th st., and it is included free with all lunch or dinner orders. An array of twenty items includes cherry tomatoes, lettuce, relishes, dressings. Also new there is the soft frozen yogurt and ice cream service. In addition to all that, the restaurant now features and "all you can eat" breakfast brunch every Sunday morning. You'll want to be among toe first to see the new features and to enjoy them at the moderate Regency menu prices. *«« FIELD'S supper club now has Dave Major and the Minors playing Wednesday through Sunday through April 3. Then Brendan Boyer and the Irish Showband will return with an all new show featuring Irish singing colleen Ann Marie Mooney. Then "Hee Haw" star Buck Owens with the Buckeroos will be there April 25 through May 1 and Jana Jae will be with them with her fiddle. St. Pat's at the Glendora to be gala It will be open house with no admission charge Thursday at the Glendora House in celebration of St. Pat's Day. Unless you wish to reserve for dinner, no reservations will be needed. The music and entertainment will be non-stop, with Fred Kaye's band plus Janie Griffin, more Irish music with Martin Byrne and Tom Masterson plus the Irish Melody folk singers, the Clare Set dancers, a movie of Ireland and more. GREEK NIGHT is Saturday at the Copper Palace and if you haven't already done so, you'll want to call for your reservations right away. There will be traditional beautiful belly dancers to add to the festivities, says host Harry Nakos. Be Irish then Hawaiian, suggests the Tinley John Fletcher plays the carefree hero in the musical comedy, "Dames at Sea," that opens Tuesday at the Candlelight dlaier playhouse. JACK GIBBONS GARDENS "Second Hatf-Centuty terms foodj of Kighest quality" Open 5 to 1J : 30 Mon. «irv fri. f Saf. 4 pjm -Sun. 1pm. · ERNIE QUARTEIL TRIO PLAYING FRI. SAT. TONY every Sunday 147th St. iOok Park Ave. 687-2331 ST. PAT'S DANCE THURSDAY, MARCH 17TH AT HffiERNIAHALL Irish Musicians - Irish Singers - Irish Dancers 9 P.M. TO 1 AM. CALL 737-5466 * 3350 W. 63RD St. FLEA MA SHERIDAN OBVHN THUTK 7*7H*HMl£MAVI · · · · * · · · * · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·THE PARIS FLEA MARKET IS A FUN PLACE YOU CAN BROWSE IN THE FRESH A1R..JU4D HMD HUGE BARGAINS! ·BRING THE WDS...THETU IOVE OUR HDOYIANW S«im Soow $4-75 HOURS; 7 A-M. TO 4 PJM. ViMton - A«Mh 25« - ChMrm ITM CICERO AVE. AT 122nd ST. Gavin's will celebrate in b-i-g way St. Pat's Day comes but once each year and of course Gavin's will celebrate it in a big, big way, with entertainment day and night. There will be Irish players and singers and dancers, including an Irish pips band. Call for time information as to when the various performers and entertainers will be there, or stop in early of late as your schedule allows. You may not care to visit the Tinley restaurant on St. Patrick's Day, for you won't find corned beef and cabbage on the menu there, but the next day, Friday, you can go Hawaiian and enjoy the floor show there as well as the exotic food fare of the islands. Shows are presented there every Friday and Saturday night, with j hula girls, fire dancers, singers and native musicians. *** MAMA LUIGI'S has been known and beloved for its Italian foods for well over a quarter of a century. It offers a menu to please any lover of the real Neapolitan dishes. It has several banquet rooms and invites your inquiry on how your private party can be served, large or small. Musical entertainment on Wednesday Friday and Saturday nights is supplied by the popular Red Surrey. *»* KINGS INN of andrew b.'s says of course it will observed St. Pat's Day and will be happy to see you Thursday night, when the Beautiful Shoes group will be playing plenty of Irish music to suit the occasion, and the club will be serving tasty corned beef sandwiches with the compliments of the house. Beautiful Shoes will be there all this week and next. A^Souper" Special At The Highlands THE BOWL KETTLE A Soup Salad Bar Special! Tnts soup cooWroft woturu c dftTwcnt piping hot selection doily, like hearty itiiiieiliejot or creamy potato. Try the Sated Bar, loaded with greens beans, toniotoes o* frwwMnfl$/ ona toe* with your favorite dressing. Add a carafe of wine and lots of French bread All you can «at for just $2.95, ptr ptnon from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mon. thru Sat. Regular menu selections also available) Rtiliuranl 7 and Cocktail Lounge I strati IMI Wnltrn An. Entrance iroOSogihWMttmAtt Enrjntn Plan "Since 1948" Italian Cuisine in All Its Glory * Three Banquet Rooms * Luncheon Specials Daily * Red Surrey's Music Wed., Fri., Sat RESERVATIONS: 4964)900 7500 S. HARLEM AVE. I/*' x ^·r.-o /Va«-v=5 ', t'C, 1*1 M **umtim tim Tints An Optf Hold Your Parties Here! SPECIAL FOR JAN. * FEB. 1978 CAKE FREE WITH ALL WEDDING OR ANNIVERSARY PARTIS Jon. or Feb. J FOR WNNR AND All MINKS CAU 598-6460 HICKORY HILL COUNTRY CLUB 8201 WEST 95TH STREET CUISINE LET FIELD'S treat you to a special dinner at a special all-inclusive price as celebration of its fifth anniversary. The special treat is yours to enjoy in the elegant dining room there Monday through Thursday. You are invited to call for reservations, then to'relax and really enjoy yourself there. CANDLELIGHT diitter playhouse says to jurrj! if you'd like to see its Italian show, "Saturday, Sunday, sMonday," for that comedy will wind up its run .there this Sunday. Then Tuesday will-be opening night tftere for "Dames at Sea)" a delightful musical comedy that was named best musical of the year. The playhouse seats 600 persons .and every seat is A good seat in an atmosphere that, is charming and intimate. . *** Lenten Specials Lobster Tail Dinner 7.95 Seafood Platter 8.95 Turbot Almondine 5.25 SHRIMP BOAT INCLUDED ·nt«rtainment Seven Nites- THE BOSSMEN NITELY TUES. THRU SAT. DANA JAMES TRIO SUN., MON. 9 687-6676 5200 W. 159TH S I Theme of "Making The Rounds" NOW THRU APRH. 3 IN OUR COCO LOCO'S SUPPER CLUB: FREDDIE BELL 2-for-l Dinner Show SUNDAY THRU THURSDAY Coming April 5 thru 10 AL MORGAN In Coco Loco's Supper Club BOB HOPE MAY 16-17.1t IMNNBt It SHOW $25 up At VQPuniDMfi RESTAURANT AND L Specialists in Contents* Dishts Also American Foods -- Carryouts OPEN DAILY 11:30 AJK. to 10 KM. SAT. SUN. 12 NOON TO 11 P.M. doted Mondays Amok Parting in RMT 474-6225 5617 W. 87th St. The family Can Help You ^ Choose The Right Places NOW OPEN! JUMP! SWAF0RAMA FLEA MARKET* in the DOUBLE WIVE-IN THEATRE 2800 W. Columbus Enter at 76th and Kedrie CHICAGO'S LARGEST FLEA MARKET TMANYONE CAN SELLTM BUY - SELL · SWAP · TRADE · HAGGLE PRICES SPECIAL FREE OFFERS!! THIS AD IS GOOD FOR ONE FREE VISITOR'S ADMISSION ANY SATURDAY WHEN ACCOMPANIED BY ONE PAID ADULT VISITOR. OTTERS EXPIRES 4/.30/77 Swap Shop, Inc. Phone 7744900

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