Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 24, 1977 · Page 39
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March 24, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 39

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KumitwKI rs. Wc(liu'silti. M.mh 2i. I'I77 Sec lion III l'.i«c IS - -' !' M »*rv fcr-E HUB mm k SHERIDAN DRIVE-IN THEATRE ,,, J 79TH I HARLEM AVP * · · · * · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · OPEN EVERY SUNDAY ·THE PARIS FLEA MARKET IS A FUN PLACE! YOU CAN BROWSE IN THE FRESH ' AIR. .AND FIND HUGE BARGAINS" ·BRING THE KIDS ..THEY'LL LOVE OUR KIDDYLAND! Seller* Space $4.75 HOURS: 7 A.M. TO 4 P.M. VISITORS: 504 PER CARLOAD : Gondesa i del · presents · Specially Priced Dinners .. J K.C, M4 RIBS 24or-1 " I SWEDISH MEATBALLS 2-for-l :. * BAKED SWISS STEAK 2-for-l fc · CHOPPED SIRLOIN STEAK 2-for-l ; , · CHICKEN KIEV * 2-for-l ' · BAKED SHORT RIBS 2-for-1 t * CHEF'S CHOICE: Selection of Two of the " T Above Dinners on each of Two Nights, : I TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS · 0 AND SALADBAR IS INCLUDED · IN MAIN DINING ROOM '. · Includes FASHION SHOW ' 2 From 5 p.m. every Tues. and Thurs. ; · Reservations Required NOW THRU APRIL 3 FREDDIE BELL In Coco Loco's Supper Club ^ m NITELY TUES. THRU SUN. £ !· 7-for-l Dinmn Show Sun., Tu*., Wed., Thur. ! BOB HOPE } · WILL BE HERE MAY 16-17-18 } · Dinner Show '25 up \ · CICERO AVE. at 122nd ST. | t·i It I NOW OPEN! Condesa is ready for Easter and Mother's Day Continued from preceding page. ' THE CUB SCOUTS PACK from St. Gerald's of Oak 1 Lawn had their spaghetti dinner a few weeks ago and fcmong the prize drawings was dinner for two at the Golden Age; the lucky couple went there on Tuesday last )veek, had their dinners and pronounced everything just jj»erfect, good for/the cubbies, good for the lucky couple juid good for the restaurant, since the diners have been tpreadiiig the good word to their friends about how good |heir dining experience at the G-A was. t i *** ' t OH, THOSE WEATHERMEN, moans one restaurateur, Jjot referring to the underground characters but to the Jveather forecasters on radio and TV who time and again proclaim that the weather is going to be bad, with snow jpr rain or such, causing their gullible audiences to stay feome rather, than go out, and of course many times those forecasters 'prove wrong, but the people have stayed Ihome and the restaurants, theaters and clubs have lost |heir patronage for those nights, and oh, how the businessmen who have been hurt by such wrong forecasts prould like to get even but can't, for the blurbs of yester- Jlay, when wrong, are not mentioned the next day or Anight on the air It is time to think about where to go for dinner on Easter Sunday, April 10, and also, since the two dates are not too far apart, where to go for dinner on Mother's Day, May 8, suggests Steve Gianakas, owner of the Condesa del Mar restaurant, supper -lubs and banquet center ou Cicero ave. in Alsip, and of course he suggests you consider his place for both. On times like there you'natu- rally wish nothing less than the finest, and at the Condesa that is what you can expect. There are two main dining rooms, a coffee shop, the Coco's Loco supper club. The latter room will feature Bob Hope the nights of May 16 and 17 The Coco's Loco has Freddie Bell and his show now through April 3, with Ihc one and only Al Morgan lo begin a week's run Ihere on April 5. CHUCK SALVO is in his final week as fealured musical entertainer al the Annie Tiques restaurant, the dining center with the atmosphere of yesteryear. Chuck has delighted many South siders and suburbanites since he opened there and may be back later in the year. Just tongiht, Friday ani? Saturday can you see and hear him Sunday the day begins with champagne brunch, a big weekly feature, with crepes added to the brunch menu. COUNT BASIE AND HIS WORLD FAMOUS ORCHESTRA One Nite Only-FRL, APRIL 1st PLAYING 9 P.M. TO 12 Dinner or Cocktails Optional CALL FOR RESERVATIONS: 598-1200 LIZA MINNELU MARCH 26,27,28 WOODY HERMAN One Nite April 6 8900 WEST 95TH ST. THE NEW German-American Restaurant 6250 W. 63rd St. Your Host Rudy invites you to DANCE FRI.-SAT. Featuring The Music Of THE GOOD BROS. Coll for Reservations; 586-7600 BuskwssmMT~1 COME TO DINE AND DANCE; Lunch Evwy Day-Ami Cmnpitt* Dimwrs THE NEW GOLDEN OX SOUTH ON 63RD. ST. Ample Free Parking After having danced at Stella's restaurant for almost two years, Velina joined the cast of "Simply Vaudeville" at the Fox Hounds theater; in addition to that, she teaches belly dancing and yoga. *** THE PARIS flea market opened for 1977 last Sunday and if you were there you know how things went for the sellers and the buyers. You can plan on going there again this coming Sunday, and you can get there as early as 7 a m. and stay as late as 4 p.m. Part of the fun that goes with browsing at the flea market is getting a look at the new and the unusual as well as the old and familiar, as one wnter has reported. *** FOX HOUNDS playhouse continues with its musical show titled "Simply Vaudeville," with some cast members changing from week to week, some continuing permanently during the run of the show, which will run through April. There is a thread of continuity, but mostly the show is a collection of what could be termed vaudeville acts, including belly dancing by Velina, songs and dancing besides emoting by Susan Pagels, John North, to mention just a few. You can phone for tickets and if you wish, include dinner there before the show. Each evening after the show the room becomes a disco, and you're invited to stay if you desire. JACK GIBBONS is the restaurant and lounge that you have to experience to believe and understand. It is a dining center uf unquestioned quality, where nothing but the best is served, in the words of one patron It serves dinners from 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, from 5 p.m. Saturday, from 1 p.m. Sunday. Ernie Quartell's trio entertains Friday and Saturday nights, accordionist Tony is there Sunday night. «** CHERRY LOUNGE now has the Aorta group playing, and you can catch their show and dance to their rhythms tonight, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. It's the first time on the South side for the group on their coast-to-coast tour. SWAF0RAMA FLEA MARKETx in tne DOUBLE DRIVE-IN THEATRE 2800 W. Columbus Enter at 76th and Kedrie CHICAGO'S LARGEST FLEA MARKET .-ANYONE CAN SELL... BUY' SELL · SWAP · TRADE » HAGGLE PRICES SPECIAL FREE OFFER!!! THIS AD IS G0OT) FOH ONE FREE VISITORS ADMISSION ANY SATUHIJAY WHEN AOCOMI'AMIEI) BY ONE PAID ADULT "VISITOR OFFERS EXfRES H/W77 Swap Shop, Inc. Phone 774-3900 BROTHER RICE HIGH SCHOOL presents 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 HICKORY HILLS COUNTRY CLUB 8201 WEST 95TH STREET OPEN THE YEAR AROUND Special for Jan, and Feb. 1978 FREE CAKE WITH ALL PARTIES $yoo Ana Up for Dinner And Ail Drinks. PHONE 598-6460 MoVe Golfing Reservations Now For AH 1977 Prime Times Open Here he is, the versatile Mel Ray, billed as a single act with the sound of a trio or foursome, for he plays organ, trombone, cornet, and sings, reminding more than one listener of Mel Torme; he opens next Wednesday at Fox's in Orland Park. Something New field's --RESTAURANT- Fifth Anniversary Celebration In Our Elegant Dining Room $C95 6 FROM 4 P.M. TO 7:30 P.M. MONDAY THRU THURSDAY COMPLETE DINNER (Choice of 12 Entrees) -INCLUDES- TWO COCKTAILS BEFORE DINNER WINE WITH DINNER And One More After-Dinner Drink Reservations: 499-1881 104th CICERO AVE. Camelot Fashion Shows Wed. Thu Noon With RESTAlRANT 4545 W 95th ST Dean Pnovolos presents BAY AREA CASUAL DINING LUNCH 1-1-2 DINNER 2-10 Sat., Sun. 3-10 Try us For A Unique Concept in Rne Dining OPEN 7 DAYS 11 a.m. - 2 a.m. DISCOUNT COCKTAILS 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. A Bit of San Francisco in The Windy City 8434 S. Kedzie, CHICAGO ILL. 737-3308 For The Brides, Fresh Flowers In Bud Vases On All Tables PERSONALIZED SERVICE ON BANQUETS, FROM 50 TO 1,000 DINNER SPECIALS $770 MONDAY THRU THURSDAY (Exc. Holidays) 7 WITH FOUR DRINKS INCLUDED ON FRIDAYS AND SUNDAYS $9.00 Fabulous Food - Saladbar Included Businessmen's Lunch Daily' PRIME DATES AVAILABLE Ask About Our Popular All-inclusive Banquet Service Special Attraction For Seafood Lovers In Addition To Our . Steaks, Prime Rib And ; Other Menu Favorites DINING AT GOLDEN AGE IS ALWAYS A PLEASURABLE EVENT-. ENTERTAINMENT Tues. thru Sat. BOB DIAMOND And His Trio Rocker Special! ONE WEEK ONLY! * againreDeaTingasoeciai sen TIC o'Tic-^ve'-ocDj Beniwood Rocker lor 'he amazing lo.'. Bay once ol oTil^ £79 95 4 ^i!y asscffied aidfcadv Buy ore o* "icsc ri3~,cio WAS S 124 95 -SAVE S 45°° NOW $ 79 95 ! tiomc- Quan" K *. y- nni'ctf £0 hur-v C U 5-2 'h I u I c. BdtDMf 7/ifl'·. tt'/-3) f "% mi*-,* ill atwt' - ~ J ·V FURNITURE 1M.STtOJ.THm-HOWtWOOD I 7036 CH1C»BO 37« WtlD 17 00Jo" I A Top Quality lines · Wide Selections · Outstanding Values * Courteous Service · Hveryfliy low Wets Plenty of Parking · free Delivery. Setup anfl Service · 37 Years In Business · S»is1 action Boarafltllfl lEWSPAPERl

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