Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 7, 1977 · Page 22
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April 7, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 22

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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, April 6,197* 'MAKING THE ROUNDS' W1 TM 1/i£ Stout GLENDORA HOUSE will be the scene of a gala dinner dance there, presented by the Harry fWanda hurilig club; it Kill be a package deal, dinner and all drinks Included, and the public is invited, says host Mike Keane ... The Chateau BeWire will offer something special for Easter diners, with its Creperie open as usual plus several special dinners and If that's not enough, as host John says, the'restaurant's regular dinner menu will also be available *** FOX'S OAK LAWN pub says oh, happy days, or rather, happy nights, for the Corcora brothers have returned and are entertaining there once more, performing nightly, Wednesday through Sunday, with their special "50's show" every Thursday; of course the restaurant bids you gladsome Easier tidings and invites you to make reser- Cimtinued to lollmting page. Iphone BE 8-21051 Easter Sunday Champagne Buffet Brunch FROM 12 TO 3 in Hw Marie Thmsa Room WITH STROLLING MUSIC OO ADULTS w Ch!Wr»n $3.00 Easter Sunday Dinner In The Escoffier Room From 12 Noon 'til 8 p.m. -APPETIZERS- Fresh Fruit Cup Seafood Canape Chkken Liver Pale V6 or Tomalo Juice Cream of Chicken Soup Consomme Antoinette -ENTREE- Stuffed Rainbow Trout, Soule Vsremqge 6.50 Roost Leg of Spring lamb. Mint J*ll y 6.25 Southern Fried Chicken, Country Gravy 5.25 Roasr Long Island Duckling, Oronj* sauce 6.25 Broiled Lady's Tenderloin Steak, Henry IV 6.75 Roast Prime Rib of Beef, ao |ui 6.75 Barbecued Back Ribs 6.75 -SALAD- Mixed Green Salad with choict of drtsung Nanette Potatoes Smethend Ntw Peas -DESSERTS- Choice of Pojtnft, Piei. Coktt and Pudding font ovr Onplay Table lie Cream and Sherbet Sonto, T*a or Mdk Children}) 001e» PLEASE MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY del Map for Fine Dining on Easter Sunday in our Coffee Shop and in our Main Dining Rooms Reservations Invited 995-1000 371-7000 FEASTS FOR THE FAMILY Steve Gianakas and his staff wish you and yours the Happiest of Easters CICERO AVE. at I22nd ST. First National music, Easter dinner at Lorelei There is plenty to attract diners and merrymakers this week at the Lorelei restaurant and lounge. The popular First National Band is playing in the lounge ther Tuesday through Saturday, this week and nexl The restaurant offers special value luncheons and dinners, and of courst is emphasizing its special dinner menu for Easter Sunday. Reservations for that day well be needed only for parties over four. The breakfast menu will be available all day Sunday, as it 1$ every other day **+ SUMMERWEST will be serving dinners from 3 p.m. on Easter Sunday and you are invited to call for reservations. Host Vic Zaro says it will be a gala day there The club is open daily for lunch, dinner and later dining, with a private room for banquets Musical entertainment is a nightly feature. FOX HOUNDS .theater now has its curtain at 8:30 p m. on Friday nights. Call for showtime and ticket information and remeber you can include dinner with theater or not as you choose The show is the newly revised second edition of "Simply Vaudeville," which will leave you laughing as you relax at inremission tines and as you leave, and remember you can stay, if you wish, for disco dancing ater after the show. MAMA LUICrS is a favorite of favorities, an Italian restaurant that is a showplace of Hariem ave It is favored for lunch as well as for dinner and late dining. There are banquet rooms for private parties. Musical entertainment is an a d d e d f e a t u r e every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, featuring Red Surrey with his guitar and songs The Satire Room will pment a special EASTER CELEBRATION Sunday, April 10 * SPECIAL BUFFET MENU * DANCING * EXCITING SHOWS at 3:00 and 7:00 * THE EASTER BUNNY in person with Free Gifts and Candy for the Children 8900 W. 95th St. - Hickory Hills CALL FOR RESERVATIONS: 598-1200 ·····**«*·*··.······*··** The Parlor Players Present "SIMPLY VAUDEVILLE" NEW SECOND EDITION! .At The New Fox Hounds Theatre 8104 Archer Rd, (Route 171) Willow Springs Phone 839-8889 [DJSCO DAMONS Ana THE SHOW] $250 SBOWONtr S3$»t*rit*)' DELUXE DINNER OpttowiFor $5.M Extra, Tip ami Tut bdvded It's Al Morgan time aB this week In Coco Loco's sapper club of Condesa del Mar as Mr. Flying Fingers performs tonight through Sunday, two shows a night ORIENT VIEW is an at tractive, modern and colorful dining center on 87th st. that offers tantalizing Cantonese as well as American dishes for lunch, for dinner, SOT takeouts, for the latter, you can call ahead and save waiting. MEDIUM RARE represents the acme of'efficiency when it comes to preparing its food and serving its cus tomers. It is favored by many for its dinners-with- drinks-included menu It is noted for its steaks, sea- foods and other house specialties. TTNIEVPJWK . RESTAURANT New All-Hawaiian Show! CALVIN LEE, THE PINEAPPLE AND SON6SW HAWAII FRIDAY--chows at 8:30 and 10.30 SATURDAY--8:15 and 10:30 NO COVBt CHARGE No Minimum With Dinner Ketervationt: 532-5390 17749 S. Oak Pork Av«. Feast! A Meal Fit For Royalty We 90* you a vnoB check and a pejtiymm ploM t» d*K. for $7 95 you can how complete dinner ffvt of tbt codttailtxov whh M no extra «ut to you Sun ttwu Ihure. from 3 p m. Fri. Sal. ¥» bmct our podiog* to3drinks OPEN DAILY 5 P.M. SUN. AT NOON , f**ett, unlets groupt 10 or men MEDIUM RARE STEAK HOUSE 10301 SOUTHWEST HIGHWAY CHICAGO RIDGE Gong show invites you to participate at Annie The Goag show at the Annie Tiques restaurant bas developed into a smash hit and to keep going, every other Sunday night, it needs a continuing supply of entrants, so if you have a but- ing desire to perform as an entertainer, a singer, dancer, juggler or whatever, this can be a good thing for you if you call to register for audition. It's fun to perform and highly profitable if you win. Easter Sunday the place will be open as usual, ser vmg-firs t~~ bru n!lf ~aff3 then dinner. At night, Tuesday through Saturday, there is musical enlertianment. The charming Patti Miller and her group, The Company She Keeps, are again there and if you saw them there last January, you know how fine their brand of song and music is. *+* THE BAY is the short name for the Bay Area, a dining center modeled after a well known restaurant in San Francisco. It prides itself/on offering what it terms a unique concept in casual dining. It is open for lunch and dinner, with discount cocktails a special attraction during the luncheon hours. THE PARIS flea market was jinxed by bad weather the firsrcouple Sundays it was open but last Sunday was just about perfect. You have a standing invitation to go there for either buying or selling. Some exhibitors do both, and buyers report that you never know when you can come upon some unbelievable bargains there *** EMERALD ISLE is a pub on Pearson st fliat features Irish fiffi'music, nightly [ except Mondays ] until late 4 a.m. The Corrib Folk, whose picture you saw here last week, are now there, playing Wednesday through Sunday George Casey supplies the music and song on Tuesday. No cover or drink minimum, and just a fl.50 admission charge on Friday and Saturday only. **r GOLDEN OX on 63rd st bids you welcome for its first Easter Sunday of fine dining at its new location. Special dinners will be served all day from noon and reservatons are invited.^ Remember there is enterta entertainment and dancing on Friday and Saturday nights with the Good Brothers group playing. *··*·»···*·· ·''···'········· · · 599-3838 RESTAURANT OF DISTINCTION · 6250 W. 93th ST. featuring $495 FROM 11 A.M. TO 8 P.M. SMORGASBORD "ALL YOU CAN EAT" Reservations Invited Entertainment Fri., Sat * JIMMY DOYLE SHOW I Dinner Snow 8:30 Cocktail Show 10:30 '·The peak "W* Cut Our OwnAtoats" A Big and Glofmrt Mww FROM TWH.VE NOON 7ft? Safadbar With All Diniwn * "Big Bird" from SMON* $h**t wiH be htr* with baikttt of goodWfor Mw kick Call for RMtrvations: 448-8300 123rd* to Grange R3. Easter Sunday Dinner Xootf Y«tmfj fan Turkey *Mwd Virginia Ham · tMrtUgoflanb · R*0tr Srioin of BM* · Rootf Qikfcm Includes Soup, Relish Bar. Salsa, RoM. BglWr, Coffee and COMPUMENTARY fcoCKTAH. CHHDttN$2.9S H»«53M932 7537 W. ISMh St !'$ SQUIRE U NOniNfiHMI Fontattic JVetc Feature; --Caesar Salad · Stea(rCbane · 8eef StfQganoff ' Cherries Jubilee * Baked Alaska * Shrimps de Jonghe PREPARED TABLESIDE j Gl*W SAUWM wHh dl l^tchtt, DiBBtn | Enj»y Eo»t«r DINNER tosMVOtiom Invited v 371-M36 5544 W. 14HH ST. At Ctftfral hi Oak Fowt JACK GIBBONS GARDENS 1 1 30 Man ftTM Fn 1 pjit ESNffi QUAKTHL TRIO HAYING FRI. SAT. TONY erery Sunday 687-3331 Easter Greetings from Fox's Oak Lawn Pub RESERVATIONS INVITED FOR DINNER: 499-2233 GOOD HEWS! The Corcoran Brothers Are Back! ENTERTAINING N1TEIY, WED. THRU SUM. 9240 S. CICERO AVE. OAK LAWN See Them In Their Fifties Sfaow Here Thursday iWSPAPERl Vr'SPAPFf

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