Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 24, 1977 · Page 38
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March 24, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 38

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Pa«c 12 Section 111 Economist Newspapers. Wednesday. March 23. l!)77 MAKING THE ROUNDS" Continued from preceding patfr. ly be called kids anymore, but of course there have been replacements,, with only three of the original nine still at it. *** SPLIT ENZ is the name of a seven-man rock combo from New Zealand, now playing in Gotham and they're rated one of the strangest new acts in some time; all seven are in whiteface, some wearing rouge, all wear different patterns of black and white garb, and some have grotesque hair stylings, but they play intricate music with humor and British music hall touches, and the may become a really big draw here. *** THE PLAY "SAME TIME, NEXT YEAR" has begun its third year on Broadway and will resume in Chicago the end of May, and to date has earned two and a quarter million dollars for its backers, giving the smart "angels" a 433 per cent profit to date... From Britain comes word of titled Englishmen [ and women ] now offer lunching with them in their ancestral stately homes, a popular thing for well-heeled tourists who formerly had to content themselves with merely touring the estates, and it has become a handy way for the local bentry to meet their rising expenses, so everyone wins... Phyllis Diller says she hears Colonel Sanders is planning to market a Diller bucket of chicken, the fried pieces to include no breasts; then she tells of how she was shopping for a sexy dress and the saleslady said it would give her hubby ideas, to which Phyllis replied, "Why, does it come with a brain?" and she followed that remark with a tale of how Fang had lost $50 betting on an instant replay. Continued to following page. Sabre Room says last call and first call jBanqiift Jinn "When You Want The Very Best" Super Brunch Sundays 10 A.M. UNTIL 3 P.M. "It's More Than A Brunch; It's \Breakfast, Dinner And Lunch!" DELICIOUS FRUIT-FILLED CREPES With Ice Cream Cocktails served from 10 AM. Jim Harms doubles as Broadway director and Caprain Courageous, John Fletcher is the sailor hero, Eugene Anthony is the comic sidekick, all in the musical, "Dames at Sea" now at Candlelight dinner playhouse. THE GONG SHOW got off to a great start last Sunday ngiht at the Annie Tiques restaurant and if you were there you know what great fun it was for all in the audience. Second session of the show will be Sunday after next and you're invited to be there when the fun begins at 10:30 p.m. The show will be presented every other week. SWAP-0-RAMA is the flea market in the Double drive-in theatre on the Southwest highway. It is now open every Saturday and Sunday from early 7 a.m. until 4 p.m., offering a perfect opportuntiy for buyers and sellers of almost anything. Go there the first time out of curiosity and chances are you'll return again and again. Orland Park Pub-R»ttauranf Banquet Center ·DINNER SPECIALS- DON. TU1, WED. · PRIME RIB Regular Cut 6.95 Princess 5.9 THURSDAY: Complete 750 Lobiter Dinner · rUMT: SHRIMPS All You Con Eat 5 to 9:30 SATVINT: One Pound of Ahukan King Crd Uflt EASTER DINNER HUE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY 750 Entertainers Tonite thru Sun. * Cwge Cisty Man. Tues. *PitO'BfMn Opening Mar. 27 SUNDAY: Complete Lobster Dinner 750 LENTEN SPECIAL Danish Rock Lobster All You Can fert ROM ·VQC WED. 5 TO f »* and 9.30 I fU. FASHION SHOW 7WKS. LAKE PBlCH 535 349-2111 9655 W. 143rd St Weddings--Banquets--Luncheons CALL 448-940$ _ Harlem at 106th St. (Harlem at Southwest Highway) CHICAGO TICKETS WIZ * EQUUS * ALLEMAN GRAVITY * BOSTON-U.F.O. COREA * LIGHTFOOT 776-2100 CHOICE SEATS ALL CONCERTS T T T T T I I I I I I l l i i i i Qoco £oco's SUPPER CLUB in the CONDESA DEL MAR presents 2-for-1 DINNERS AND SHOW ANY TIME 5 P.M. TO 2 A.M. SUN., TUB., WED., THURS. Order from Special Menu And Stay For The 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 Coming In Ce/vmbion Jtoom: BOB HOPE "World's No. 1 CWzen" DINNER SHOW $25 up MAY 16-17-18 Coll For Reservations 37]-TWO BANQUETS from *6.95 CICERO A\ E. at 122nd *····»·······*····· FOUR EAGLES RESTAURANT, LOUNGE, AND BANQUET CENTER WON. thru THURS. FRI., SAT., SUN. AND HOLIDAYS 2 DRINKS 1 DRINK, PflHtft DutiMff Glass Of WINE With Dinner 1 DRINK After Your Dinner Lamb Chops, Beef Shishkebab, Chicken Kiev, Veal Cordon Bleu, $£95 N.Y Strip Steak, Fried Shrimp I I · Poik Chops, Bar-B-Q Slab O' Ribs w Lobster Tail 8.95 -- Porterhouse 8.95 Prime Rib 6.95 every Saturday Sunday Friday is Seafood Night, Choice 6.95 All The Above Dinners Include Saladbar, Soup, Potato, and All Drinks Listed Above LUNCHEON! SERVED DAILY SO25 0 £ SPECIAL LUNCHES AND SANDWICHES Cocktails 75* 1 PHONE 974-3010 FOURS; EAGLES 11011 Southwest Highway Host Arnold Muzzarelli of the Sabre Room says tKis is the last call for reservations if you would like to take in the Liza Minnelli show there. At the same time it is first call for tickets for Count Basie night there. The one and only Count will be there with his big orchestra on Friday of next week. More big news is that Woody Herman and his big band will be there for oue night on Wednesday, April 6 and Stan Kenton will be there with his famed band on April 21, a-Thursday. All performances will be in the club's big main show room, with the big raised stage allowing a perfect view from every table. SAN FRANCISCO has arrived right here in Chicago, enthuses one diner at the new Bay Area restaurant on Kedzie ave. The place represents a new era in fine dining, one might mention, with daily specials on the luncheon and dinner menu. San Francisco means/ great seafood and prime steaks, and if you enjoy them, you'll want to order them at the Bay Area. *»* FIELD'S IS WHERE you can dine in elegance at a . budget price from Monday through Thursday as that popular restaurant continues its fifth anniversary celebration. You have a choice of a full dozen entrees and your dinner will include three cocktails and, wine without added charge. The hours for this super- bargain are from 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the main dining room there. *** GOLDEN AGE is a top place for banquets, a saying proven over the years. Dean Priovolos assures one and all complete satisfaction on every occasion. He and his staff take pride in the many important functions that have been held there. Up to one thousand is the capacity. You are invited to enjoy lunch, dinner, late snack in the beautiful main dining roomk to enjoy the fahsion shows, and to be entertained in the cocktail lounge, where Bob Diamond is at the organ. Lou Monte at Bella Napoli i in new show The accent now is on comedy and song as the renowned Lou Monte entertains in the new show at the Bella Napoli in Berwyn. Entertainment nights there are Monday through Saturday. The Monte brand of humor will be backed by his band and each show promises to be wildly different. Host Steve asks that you call for reservations. Big schedule ahead for the Glendora It's ballroom dancing every Wednesday and Friday at the Glendora House and' it's banquets, private parties and special events the year, around there, with a big schedule set for the next month or two. There will be a dinner dance and concert for the Denehy dancers Sunday after next. There will be dancing the ngiht of Easter Sunday with Noel Henry and his Irish band from Boston. Then April 28 will feature a dinner dance for the AUIreland Champions and the Irish All-Stars, and if you care to mark you calendar ahead, there will be dinner and concert with the Irish Minstrels on Mother's Day. STUMP'S Banquet Inn is the distinctive building with yellow tile roof that dominates the triangular corner of Harlem ave. and the Southwest highway. It is the beautiful home of beautiful parties, banquets featuring gourmet cuisine and service. Every Sunday the inn is open to the public, no reservations asked, for a special brunch, and if you like crepes, they are your without limit, filled with special ice cream and fresh fruits. Adding a delightful feminine touch to the Freddie Bell show in the Coco Loco's supper club of Condesa del Mar is guitarist and sin, ger Carleen Terrano whose songs range fromj pop to country and comedy. It's 44 A Shot in the now at Blue Foxx The Blue Foxx restaurant and lounge now has a new musical group playing, the jnusicmakers known as A Shot in the Dark. You're sure to enjoy their show and dance numbers, predicts the club's host, Sonny Saloman. The restaurant on 55th st. is open for lunch, dinner and late snacks, with pizza a favorite, and it offers delivery service on most of its menu. KINGS INN, more fori mally*known as Andrew b's bids you to hurry if you'c like to catch the musical show there, presented by the Beautiful Shoes group) The musicmakers will be there just tonight through Saturday. Another populaj- group will open there next Tuesday. More big news is coming, but that will wait until next week, says host Andy McGivney. Easter picnic indoors, out at Gyros of Zorba * * ** * * ** * * ** * * * * * * * * * * * ·' THE GYROS \ OF ZORBA RESTAURANT Entertainment Belly Dancing r RIDAY and SATURDAY--i AND SUNDAY | EASTER MCNIC APRIL 1O from 11:30 a.m. until? GET TICKETS NOW $5.00 Food; Musk; Greek Dancing; Live TV Radio NO COVER -- NO MINIMUM -- HAVE FUN) * * * * * * * * * There will be a gala Easter picnic on April 10 from early 11:30 a.m. until well into the night both indoors and out at the Gyros of Zor- ba restaurant. Host Jim Kalivas says there will be one hundred lambs roasted on spits and will be served in traditional Greek salad, a red egg in the Greek tradition, and Greek pastry. There will be music, Greek dancing and more entertainment, and Jim adds that there will be live TV and radio broadcasts. The restaurant is open seven days a week for lunch, dinner and late dining, and has Greek musical entertainment with belly dancing on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. ^ GROUND ROUND is for family diners, for "date" diners, and for singles. It offers hearty dining with a menu offering dishes for all tastes. Casual is the atmosphere, friendlys is the service, moderate are the prices on the menu. HICKORY HELLS country club is open the year around, for parties as for golf. You are invited to call early for your'golfing desires, for the early fird does get the worm, or rather the prime golf dates and times. For wedding and other parties, the banquet facilities are complete, with all-inclusive party package plans available. «** FOX'S PUB and restaurant in Orland Park has music in' its lounge seven nights a week. George Casey is there tonight through Sunday. Then Monday and Tuesday nights will find Pat O'Brien there with his guitar and songs. Then next Wednesday will be opening night there for the talented Mel Ray. The restaurant will be open Easter Sunday and suggests you make your dinner reservations early for that happy day. Your Host JIMKALTVAS LUNCH Enjoy It Here At-The GYROS OF ZORBA 422-2275 9940 S. Southwest Highway 599-3838 HKS'I AUKANT OK DISTINCT ION 6250 W. 95th ST. NOW OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK! Featuring CASUAL DINING VISIT OUR SALAD CAR BAR AN ORIGINAL 1925 FORD MODEL "T" *r NOW cvety MON., TUES., WED.; FW. AND SAT. ICHUCKSIIYO'S SHOW -W*cRcRioBp^»wtwiw»^»^« Two Shows A Night Five Nights A Week Sunday 1 Bwk J 8200 So. Cicero -- MUCH Now Featuring Creperie · OWNS? -- LATE DINING 424-1776 uuuuuujuuuuu t jimmt.t t»«t«ttt 70 a.m. to 2 p.m. Under 12 $2.50 DUD ill MU« pacts o; VnSwi Jimmy Doyle Friday and Saturday DINNER AND SHOW-8:30 p.m. COCKTAILS AND SHOW-10:30 p.m. 00 SMORGASBORD DINNER ftPF MOW. THRU THUtS 4 to 10 p.m. All YOU CAN EAT Regular 4J5-Spectal 3J5 Offer to April 2,1977 TWO BANQUET ROOMS For AH Occasions OUR SUNDAY DINNERS »eW4t Satodbar with Ficth Shrimps and DcsMttt indvding Fmh Cobblers SKOAL MOW. * TUB. DINNERS: CHOKE OF HOME MB * lUH STUK * SHBHKEBAB BUT MK5NON * HENCH «H) JUJWO SHRIMPS BAX44UE JUS * NEW YORK SWf SIttK AU WITH SAUOBAR, CHEFS SAIAD, Potato with Sow Cnoro « wtttf, WW/ft vTCOO m PtftfW vOuM * WITH A rtevtllMf V0tM0nj WJM r AflBM/lflOW tnlfm · . · THE WBIO-TONES Every Scrturdcy* More MwikSundort · TONY WUUS whim* April 4* 5mu!L Coll59W6IOor5984688 DINNER $5.«5 fahkm Showt Tm., Fri. *»ME m $4.25 E ws P 4 PER 1EWSP4PERS

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