Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 7, 1977 · Page 21
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April 7, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 21

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Econon Newspapers, Wednesday, April G t 1977 MAKING THE ROUNDS' Continued from preceding vations for Easier dinner there, on a day when only the finest will do. *** KINGS INN has Solid Gold playing nightly through Saturday, then on Easier Sunday will be open with its big Continued to following page. Easter dinner wijbe gala at the MatWiorn pepes - ALL THIS WEEK "DIAMOND" EXCITING SIX-PIECE GROUP COME CATCH THEIR GREAT BEACH BOYS SHOW 4142 W. 63rd Si 585-1770 WOODY HERMAN AND HIS FAMOUS BAND Wednesday, April 6th Admisiion $5.00 Dinner or Cocktails Optional CALL FOR RESERVATIONS: 598-1200 STANKENTON I JOHN GARY April 21 1 6 Nites in May DANNY THOMAS JUNE 3,4,5 SABRE ROOM 8900 WEST 95TH ST. Only the finest will do for dining out oh Easter Sunday, in the words of host Greg of the Matterhorn. That popular dining center has laid out plans for a festive menu, a big range of dinners, all including salad- bar, and "Big Bird" will be there with an Easter basket of goodies for the youngster. Reservations are suggested. An interesting item about the restaurant is that it cuts its own meats right on the premises. *** SQUIRE'S Nottingham inn Is ready to serve you well on Easter Sunday. You can be there early to enjoy its fabulous brunch or you can plan to have a leisurely dinner there, choosing ffrom the big menu of gourmet dishes, many of which are prepared tableside. The popular giant satadbar is included with all dinners. *** TINLEY RESTAURANT has a special attraction every Friday and Saturday night is its Hawaiian floor show. There are two per- fomances each night and if you choose the early dinner show, you should call for reservations. You're sure to enjoy the food as well as the entertainment. JACK GtoNS is a suburban dint center noted for absollltops in food quality anervice, avers one enthu- patron who has dinedere over the years. If i could stroll through Lkltchen and view the; uers, see how carefully,, i deftly everything is Spared, you would infl* enthuse over the place } its offerings. It will be^d to capacity on Eastennday and it might be 11 for you to phone first find out when you should there t*4 CANDLBHT will feature a spe lavish Easter Sunday brh prior to the matinee ptrmanee of its tap-dancirfausical comedy, "Damit Sea " It's-a play well vh seeing. Then June 38 wif opening night there onteire for the beloved "Fiiron the Roof." *** SAM CCAtO reminds you that wfaer you intend to begin Ear Sunday with a brunch (inner, you can take your ice at his Beverly House sure to call in advance (reservations The restaut will have all its dining us open to ac- commodatl who go there on so happday. Irish Show Band and Easter dining at Field's Three smart stepping girls from Ireland are these three dancers with the Irish showband headed by Brendan Boyer, at Field's supper club now through April 24; in case you're interested, the girls are Breda Hartley, Jean Burk, Karen Clark. [[ARSON'S restaurant on Western ave. has re-opened after quite a remodeling program and you are invited to stop in there to enjoy the fresh new beapty of the place, the same good service as before, ana food for which the chef can take a deep bow. Sours are early 5 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., while on Fridays and Saturdays the place slays open around the clock. Easter Sunday will be a special day there and you will be welcome with or without reservations. Easter Sunday will be celebrated at Field's supper club with moderate price dinners served all day in the handsome coffee shop and luxury dining. Spike and Dean Gofis, owners of the place, invite you to make reservations early. More good news is that the Irish Show Band has returned, and Brendan Boyer and his big show will be performing in two show; a night, Tuesday through Sunday until April 24. Then Buck Owens of "Hee Haw" fame will open a one-week run there on Monday, April 25 through Sunday, two shows a night, tickets $13.50 to $20.00. Then Phyllis Diller will bring her zany comedy routines there May 2 through 8. SABRE ROOM presents £ big floor show every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday plus special shows with such luminaries as Frank Sinatra, Johnny Carson, Liberace, Telly Sa- valas, Tony Bennett, and in June will have Danny Thomas for three smash nights. Tonight it will have Woody Herman and his band, and April 21 it will present Stan Kenton and his band. Next month it will again have singer John Gary for six big nights. But right now most thoughts are on Easter and dining out on that happy day, and host Muzzle invites you to enjoy the day with a basket of goodies for the youngsters, and there will be a special dinner menu and a special show. CEZA RS INN Wishing AS Of You IHAPPY EASTER! and Serving Neon to 10 P.M. featuring BAKED LAS AGN A . BAKED MANKOTTI .HOMEMADE RAVIOLI, .BAKED VIRGINIA HAM . ROAST LEG Of SPRING LAMB . ROAST TOM TURKEY . ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF Your Choic*, Complete with Soup; Satodbar; Vegetable; Potato; Dessert All For 95 And (be £»tcr Bnimy wiB be here »ith Egcs and Candy for Tbe Children From Noon to 8 ALDO OF ITALY WITH HIS SONGS 7 P.M. on... Iteent/Stn Cony-.*- Call 42^-5800 5001 West 79th Street ffi1¥\: Clond Park Pub J) I! A Xt 9(5 West 143rd Street Invites You. Ancj'ours For IKHT5N« B aSMHETE WITH SOUP, SAIAO, CHOKE OF POTATO, ROUS, ETC. RESERVATIONS.- 349-3111 Mtvftd with Mushroom Caption Kings SHIP-STUFFED RAINBOW TROUT *6SO Brailirti Drawn Butter ROT LEG OF IAMB Wrtswna, VeBetobl*, Mwhroom (tterf. Mint JeBjf IOER: (att of drawn butter BA)HAM F rHNEAffLE GLAZED .. *25 Wilfc Chompggrie Sauct, Veytobte. $«« Potato THE AIL COCKTAILS WITHIUNCHEONS /9 to4p.m. DINNER SPECIALS Molt. Htm Sot. 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. COCKTAILS INCLUDED STEAKS, CHOPS PRIME RIB, SEAFOOD, LOBSTER 5",. 8 95 5STAUWHT A DMNGIOUHGE ' 448-6660 11139 S. HAM£M AVE. SPECIAL DINNERS! BAKED HAM-ftOAST IfG OF UMB SPECIAL MENU-DINNERS from 12 NOON t Menu Available atl day EASTER EGGS For Ov«r 4 INCLUDING ONE COCKTAIL BEFORE DfNNER, CLASS OF WINE WITH DINNER AND ONE COCKTAIL AFTER RESTAURANT OPEN 6 a.m. to 2 O.IT Snoek Lmmg» Op*n tfl 4 ENTERTAINMENT Tim. thru Sun. featuring The Pint National Band! GAVIN'S LOUNGE Now Featuring NITELY WED. THRU SAT. 937-68O* 1914 W. 47Hi ft. STEAf HOUSE J / i w//r //A7AY; J?J Stump' NEVR4Y TIPPING COMEiYOVAXE! ·When You Want The Very Best* Sunday 9:30 A,M, UNTIL 5 P,M, Ts More Than A Brunch; It's Breakfast, Dinner And Lunch!" DEUCiGUS FRUIT-FILLED CREPES With Ice Cream .NEWSPAPLRl Codtftrib from 10 A.M. CULHI-Mtt SUPER IALADBAR NOW INCIDED FREE WITH ALL LUNCH; AND DINNERS Super Biakfast Brunch EVERY SUNDA 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. SOMFTHWC NEW THE REGENCYI ICE OSAMA* SOFT ROZEN YC Poputo Rawonl ADULTS 2J5 6 to 10 £25 6 ond under 1.25 All YOU CAN EAT Harlem at 106th St. (Harlem at Southwest Highway) 6616 W|»5th St. Oak Lawn : 599-7272 ws t ym tvfnvrmrmft ttwn B svwnvt n t ttni · i»i o a » t BT CASUAL VISIT OUR SALAD CAR BAR AN ORIGINAL 1925 FORD MOE£L "T" Now-Tuetday thru Satvrdtiy PATTI MILLER * TN **., *» -- _ Come For Bnmeh Or ft^vKlh^ifKiiSlSifTCt^fttTVS^iiTiK*? SuHdat; 1 $095 -k i 10 *jn, to 2 p.m. DUlKCH J **" " *2 SO Now Featuring Creperie 8200 So. Cicero -- LUNCH -- DtNNEK -- LATf WN/NG 424-1/76 ie\r Chateau Bel-Aire present* (6 EB5TGR DininC GUIDE featurinq * THE BEL-AIRE CREPERIE ana Two Special Dinners For Easter * BAKED SUGAR-CURED HAM; Raisin Sauce * * CHICKEN VIRGINIA; Supreme Sauce ' Regular Menu Also Available SERVED 11 A.M. 'TIL ?? 50 r YOUR CHOICE RESERVATIONS 233-4420 422-7575 10312 S. CICERO AVE. THE WORLD'S NUMBER ONE CITIZEN IS AGAIN COMING TO ENTERTAIN YOU ON May If May 17 AT THE Gondesa del Map The Bob Hope Show With Dinner $25 up CICERO AVE. at 122nd ST. lEWSPAPEJfct

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