Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 24, 1977 · Page 37
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March 24, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 37

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Economist Newspapers. Wednesday. March 2X 1!)77 Section III Page* 11 "Dames at Sea" now at Candlelight playhouse ; Continued from preceding page. support personnel, all Teamsters union members, are caught in the middle. ' ' ·'. *** · · :,: MIAMI BEACH presents a problem for nightery operators, for the vatationer from the north who used to take a hotel apartment for three or four months of the year now owns his own condo, where he stays at a year- around cost less than the three months in a hotel, and no longer patronizes the hotel's entertainment facilities, since the condos have their own entertainment circuit... "Diminish the decibels" may be good advice to club owners when the amplifying system is turned up too; high to please the rock band leader or singer. · · *** · · LARRY ABLER has a new steel harmonica, still made by Hohner, and he calls it his tin sandwich Los Chavales de Espana is a nine-man group whose name translates in English into The Kids from Spain, and they've been at it for a quarter-century, so the original members can hard, . Continued to following page. JACK GIBBONS GARDENS "Second Half-Century serving foods of highest quality" Open 5 to 11:30 Mon. tfiru Fri. Sat. 4 p.rn.-Sun, 1 p.m. ERNIE QUARTELL TRIO PLAYING FRI. SAT. TONY every Sunday 147th St. Oak Park Ave. 687-2331 CHERRY LOUNGE presents THE AORTA WED.-FRI.-SAT.-SUN. 284-9053 3820 W. 63rd St. «95S W. WINDSOR AVE. · BERWYN (3300 SOUTH) New Appearing Monday thru Saturday Thru April 2nd IN AN ALL-NEW SHOW Your Hott: Steve For Reservations Call 484-6492 TINUT PARK 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. SQUIRE'S INN Fantastic New Feature: Caesar Salad · Steak Diane · Beef Stroganoff Cherries Jubilee * Baked Alaska * Shrimps de Jonghe PREPARED TABLESIDE 1 GIANT SAIADBAR with pi lundrn. Dinners I SUNDAY CHAMPAGNE MUNCH $3.95 and $2.25 Entertainment Starring TOM AND JONES 7UES. THRU SAT. FROH-3OJLM. USTB 371-8836 5544 W. 147TH ST. At Central in Oak Forest Tha tap dancing musical' about a girl who loves a sailor, "Dames at Sea,*'' is now in a full week of preview presentations at the Candlelight dinner playhouse, with official opening set for next Tuesday. The show is rated as ideal family entertainment and can be enjoyed even if you weren't around in the late 1930's or if you never watch the "late shows" on TV. *** MAMA LUIGI'S legion of fans say if you like Italian food you will love dining there. Thisjhas been proven over many'years. The big restaurant features Italian dishes and banquet service in its many dining rooms. Musical entertainment is -also a feature. The popular Red Surrey is there every Wednesday , Friday and Saturday. . SUMMERWEST restaurant 1 is open for daily lunch as well- as dinner and later dining . Vic Zaro is the musical host, with more .music on the big week-end ngiths with Pete Peterson and Frank Rizzuto. You'll find good crowds there early and late the year around. Georgis says dance band is included From the happiest of parties [ wedding receptions ] to the most solemn [ funeral luncheons ] the Georgis restaurant offers superb facilities, day and night. For banquets, any occasion, a package deal includes without added charge, a dance band when desired, all bartender and cake cutting service, and the menu features complete dinner with dessert, coffee and all drinks for four hours. Just phone for details or reservations. - '*** MR. G'S is a steak house that has stood the test of time and today it is more popular than ever. It has always been favored as a dining place and as a banquet center. It also offers, bus service to sports events, concerts and such. You can call for information on that. place Is open for lunch and dinner. It also offers takeout service. THE ORIGINAL The beauteous Linda Merrill is now presented nightly with her musical group in the show lounge of the Lorelei restaurant. Jazz and jam sessions at Teli's in Beverly Mr. G's Our Sup*r Special FROG LEGS $ 4 75 With Relish Tray, Soup, Salad, Rolls, Butter, Dessert 436-5330 3524 W. 79th ST. TRUST US FOR YOUR BANQUET NEEDS Pnvott ROORI roc Forties And Coffee StiH 254 "Since 1948" Italian Cuisine in All Its Glory * Three Banquet Rooms * Luncheon Specials Daily * Red Surrey's Music Wed., Fri., Sat. RESERVATIONS: 496-0900 7500 S. HARLEM AVE. Something new in Beverly Hills is the "open jam session" presented there every Monday night from 9:30 p.m. until late 3:30 a.m. All musicians and singers are invited to participate and "do their thing," backed by ·the club's "dynamic rhythm section." On Friday and Saturday nights the club features The Excitement, Inc. group featuring Dave Mitchell with his tenor sax. THE REGENCY steak house on 95th st. says Sunday can start off in a big and happy way with its super breakfastbrunch there. You can enjoy as much as you wish, and everything there looks and tastes so good that you'll want to eat plenty. For lunch and dinner it now includes its new super saladbar, and if you'd like dessert, it offers your choice of ice cream and soft frozen yogurt in popular flavors. SUMMERWEST RESTAURANl-LOUN5I - BANQUET CENTER | Lunch...Dinner And Late Dining 424-6210 sstaes Your Musical Host Vic Zaro Plus'Pete Peterson and -Trank Rizzuto Fri.. Sat. 9140 S. Western Ave i Shoppers 9 Special Sck'clcd enlrce, saiad, polalo or vegetae rolls and butter, beverage. Tartan Tray Cafeteria Garden Level,Carson Pine Scolt Co., l-.vcrgrccn Pta. ''·'·VX'IvIv *:·:::; DYNAMIC ·~« TWO DELICIOUS GROUND ROUND PLATTERS FOR ONE DYNAMITE PRICE! Hunger-fighting portion of ground beefsteak, broiled to order, onion ring garnish. Steak Fries. cr»fa Ttwrt crisp tossed salad FOR TWO (Reg. S2.95 each) v THE DYNAMIC DUO WITH PUNCH! Two Ground Round Platters wish Vz liJrs oJ wine or Sangria, just S5.95. ******** ffiv- GOOD HMCS ARE FOUND. ouno HOMETOWN S. Ckero 87th St. 499-3383 \\ K\ V '6/^ is^ ·-·?£ ct ** ORIENT VIEW is a Chinese resluarant that offers Cantonese dishes plus American favorites. The * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * SUPPER CLUB * PRESENTS * Now Thru Apr. 3 * * * * * * * * * * * DAVE MAJORand The Minors COMING ATTRACTIONS!" April 25-May 1 SQUIRE'S Nottingham inn has added shrimps de Jonghe to its gourmet menu prepared tableside, and the huge delicacies of the sea, in their wine, garlic and butter sauce are delectable beyond words, as one diner the other night was saying. The restaurant has musical entertainment nightly. It is ready for! a capacity crowd on Easter Sunday and says you should try to make reservations early. There will be a special Easter brunch and then dinner will be served from 3 p.m. THE BULLMARKET has a "sister" restaurant known as the Train Station and both offer the same "special" fish dinner every Friday. The dinner includes saladbar. Try one tLis week, the other next week, suggests one pleased customer. BRENDAN BOYER "THE IRISH SHOW BAND" 104th Cicero OAK LAWN BUCK OWENS FOR RESERVATIONS! 499-1881 * * * ** * * * * * * * * * * * * Glendora pepe*s "CHARA" Featuring Stan Chara in Tributes to . Wayne Newton, Tom Jones, Elvis! COMING WED., MARCH 30: "DIAMOND" 585-17/0 4142 W. 63rd St. I ECONOMIST DAYS SAT. I SUNDAY MARCH 25117 mat all day JiD rides ^B WIT t*tt «t(*0 «*tft *T ttthm ·titwmtn ^1 piuuiil 10 «n, 1t£h*i! 3*Mini Hi ···§ · ·§ · ^ETMNOMIsTDAYs" · SYT.1SWDAY MARCH 26127 · nH3*«D«3aT«TlTliJes · w«h Ihls SO50 couptmanfl *· ECONOMIST DAYS w SAT. I SUNDAY MWCH 26 42? | Hide J^ti ^y -all rides · wrth this SOSO · coupon jmfl JM ^ »«« ''tw ·«» ipsmoti ffl«T intH ·(flttO -wttTi «ty t*t^W Or*COffl 1M fntw^tn 1* jmv 1Uh«13K«emt B ECONOMIST DAYS"' SAT. 1 SUNDAY MARCH »127 · flldc all day *1 rldn · wRh this SOS" I coupon and t | HOUSE SUNDAY NITE, APRIL 3rd Fund-Raising Dinner Dance And Concert for Denehy Dancers PACKAGE DEAL Prim* Rib Dinner $12 EASTER SUNDAY NITE APR. 10 featuring Noel Henry His Irish Band From Boston THURSDAY, APRIL 28th Reception Dinner Dance for the Ireland .Champions and the All-Stars direct from Ireland IPRIME RIB DINNER with drink* '17 s * MOTHER'S DAY MAY 8th Dinner And Concert featuring THE IRISH MINSTRELS Phone 425-3686 or 239-0936 Harlem at 102nd I 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. 239-1659 995-1000 371-7000 CICERO AVE AT 122ND ST. NOW THRU APRIL 3 IN OUR COCO tOCO'S SUPPER aUB: FREDDIE BELL ShowL ounge 2-for-1 Dinner Show SUNDAY THRU THURSDAY BANQUETS Coming April 5 thru 10 AL MORGAN In Coco Loco's Supper Club BOB HOPE MAY 16-17-18 WNNE* * SHOW $25 up In Columbian Supper Club:

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