Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 14, 1977 · Page 24
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Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 24

Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, April 14, 1977
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Economist Newspapers. Wednesday, April 13.1977 MAKING THE ROUNDS" Mel Ray and Pat O'Brien at Fox's in Orland Park WHEN ATLANTIC CITY gets rolling with its casinos and shows, the operators there will most likely depend on lavish production shows rather than the big superstar names, so at least at this time it looks like Las Vegas hotels will hold onto their razzle-dazzle stars through long-term arrangements and restrictive clauses; ah, but only "ttime will tell, sighs one tired booking agent . *** DAZZLING DISPLAYS OF DARING in the new circus 'now performing in Gotham include some brothers who climb up slanted ropes to a high single strand, and on £that level they play leap frog, do Latin type dancing, I then rope-skipping and balancing on a chair, more than -lenough to make you catch your breath .From Loftdoa : comes word that Peter Sellers.who suffered a heart at- tack some years ago, has been fitted with a pacemaker. '.". *** .: Continued to following page. Mvw Showl "SING Mr AfvfKor ftvwt STAN KENTON APRIL 21 JOHN GARY May 6,7,« and 13,14,15 DANNY THOMAS Juiw 3,4,5 DANCING SHOWS WED., FRI., SAT., SUN (Sunday Show* at 4 and 7 p.m.) PRIVATE PARTIES PHONE 598-1200 UP TO 2,000 8900 W. 95Hi Sf It's music and song all night long, seven days a week at Fox's pub hi Orland Park, for Mel Ray is there Wednesday through Sunday, and beginning mext week tiie popular troubadot Pat O'Brien will be there again on Monday and Tuesday nights. Each Thursday at noon a fashion show is presented and luncheon parties are invited. The pub has private rooms for private parties and is open daily from early noon, serving lunch, dinner, late repasts, and still offers its pizzas early and late *** GAVIN'S LOUNGE is known near and far for its authentic Irish music, song and dance This week it has the popular Irish Minstrels and you can depend on that group's entertainment to reflect the beauty and charm of the Emerald Isle. The lads are there Wednesday through Saturday. I The BAY AREA! "A bit of Sin Francisco\ in the Windy City" T H E S H O W P L A C E O F B E R W Y N 695S W. WINDSOR AVI*. · B1RWYN (3100 SOUTH) flock Again By Popular Demand LOU MONTE TNUKS., Ami 21 THRU SUN., ArtMl 24 WHh fatty Show Sundayl HOIts ALMOMAN HAS MEN CANCEUfD [Offers a unique concept] in casual dining UM* 11 It 2 MM. fat hi tkMrll»10-JOhi,U. KM* Odd* 11 a* It 2 p*.| lM*)OpialluLMi».*ittiL[ UN* Op* 2 ·*$*,·. ·fc--Frtu SIM 737-3308 The Parlor Players Present "Simply Vaudeville" - z»a Edition -OPENING MAY 6TH INTO JUNE- '*MELODRAMANIA" - TWO Hay. At The New Fox Hounds Theatre 8104 Archer RcL (Route 171) Willow Springs Phone 839-8889 *jj50 sHowoj«,r J3Saterday DELUXE DINNER OpOeMlFor $5.M Ertrm, Tip art Tax tecMed y Dine With Us On Friday SjMS 7 OCEAN PERCH ALL YOU CAN EAT Served with Saladbar, Potato, Bread, Butter BULLMARKET 6030 W. 111THST. CMCA6OHOGE TRAIN STATION mfovrant 3601 W. 63rd ST. CHKAOO O* v* THE WORLD'S NUMBER OME CITIZEN IS AGAIN COMING TO ENTERTAIN YOU ON Mai 16 May 17 AT THE Gcmdesa del Map The Bob Hope Show With Dinner $25 up 99S-1000 i'37l-700n' CICERO AVE. at 122nd ST. Lou Monte in t return to Bella Napoli With Al Morgan con- celled, the Bella Napoli "showplace of Berwyn" is glad to bow to public demand and will bring back the immensely popular Lou Monte once more. Lou will be there April 21 through 24, with an early show on Sunday for all the family to enjoy The club presents live entertainment nightly, Tuesday through Sunday, and welcome reservations early of late, says host Steve. GLENDORA HOUSE has ballroom dancing two nights a week, with Teddy Lee's band Wednesdays, Will Carroll's Fridays. Two weeks from tomorrow there will be a special reception dinner dance to which you're invited, and then on Mother's Day there will be a gala dinner and concert for Mon and all the family to enjoy. The Irish Minstrels will be on stage for the concert. You can secure tickets now. "Melodramania" next for Fox Hounds theatre Recording star Trial Lopez was-welcomed to Condesa del Mar's Barbara McGoMrick as he arrived early to begin rehearsals for his opening Friday in the club's Coco Loco supper, club room. PEPE'S HAS the exciting Chara group back all this week and next. You saw the leader's picture haere last week. The group clicked in a big way at the 63rd st club before and it is safe to say they will attract and please big crowds there again, especially with their Elvis and other wild numbers * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * THE ORIGINAL * : field's = * I tV'i'V*' o * / SUPPER CLUB * SUPPER PRESENTS Back by popular demand THRU APR 24 Tony Bellus entertaining at Greene's This is Tony Bellus week once more at Greene's West as that popualr musicmak- er, with his Good News group, performs there nightly except Saturdays, when the Mello-Tones take over the stage. The big restaurant on 95th st. offers many a delight on its big menu for lunch, dinner and late dining, as it does in the way of entertainment These are the final weeks for the musical show, second edition of "Simply Vaudeville," and then June 6 will be opening night there for "Melodramania," consisting of two sbows-within- a-show, with opening act being "Ugly Duckling" by Milne, and second act being "Curse You, Jack Dalton" « by Braun. The first show is about a King trying to marry off his ugly daughter, which turns out a royal comedy. The second is a melodrama about a heroine beset by misfortune and problems beyond belief, but is all comes out well in the end. Call the theatre for ticket reservations and remember you can include dinner there if you wish, and dinners are good ones. *** GOLDEN AGE is all the rage for dining from early noon until close, seven days a week, every week of the year. Good food is the reason, combined with moderate prices, good service and a beautiful setting in which to enjoy lunch, dinner, late repast or a banquet. There is musical entertainment at night in the lounge, with Bob Diamond, the longtime favorite there. Fashion shows are another popular feature at the dining establishment on 95th st. -BLUE FOXX [ with double x ] is a restaurant and show lounge that offers casual dining day and night plus pleasing musical entertainment at night Currently there is the popular group , A Shot In The Dark. BINGO begins every Fri-" day at 7 p.m. at "the Argo- Suminit Post 73$ of the American Legion on Harlem ave. and you're invited to join the fun and see how skilled or lucky you might be. There is a jackpot of $500.00 there. **· THE LEGION flea market is open every Sunday from early 7 a.m. It is sponsored by the American Legion Post 735 and you're en- vited to buy, sell, trade or swap If interested in sell ing, you can call first for in formation, otherwise just stop there early or late to; see what special bargains i might await you. * *** t SQUIRE'S Nottingham" Inn offers a wide range of; dining pleasures, for in ad-· dition to a complete menu; of standard ravorites, if of- · fers tableside preparation of i gourmet dishes. It makes it J fun to dine there early or; late, especially for lunch of; dinner, for the restaurant's · giant saladbar is then in ; eluded without added cost { With Mother's Day coming. May 8, you are invited to; make reservations early for · dinner there on the day; when only the best will do. *** BULLMARKET and its sister restaruant, The Train Station, have a popular feature, in their Friday special, which is "all you can eat" of ocean perch, a highly popular/dinner that includes unlimited saladbar Try one or the other place and see if you agree - BRENDAN BOYER ^·M rT T mr!S£!i^ytS?1"t: April ?5 May 1 'J* * * BUCK OWENS 1 PHYLLIS DILLER * * 104th Cicero aWSSi * * P*MAWN 499-iool * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * WWb t oWela · · · »'· tf¥¥V¥M » · ·¥»t · ·· » U U ^ ) J J » » » CASUAL DINING i£/ VISIT OUR SALAD CAR BAR . AN ORIGINAL 1925 FORD MOCSL "T" Now-Tunday thru Saturday Terry Flinnery mt n* F JSnmlflii 1 1J * u "TM;l i CfcOHlfMUp | 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mxfcr 12 12.50 Com* For Lunch or Branch or Dinner! Now Featuring Creperie jl 8200 So. Cicero -- LUNCH -- UNNBt - LATE DINING 424-1776 i_t_q_ft a q · fl ft ·, ^ « D «······* · o ^ · «ji · « · p Q · « · · · · %ftft_* ^ * * * ft_f_*_ B * * * "^ SPECIAL FRIDAY Penh Dinner Al You C« To W Writ) WMtad Codrio* *5.95 Feast! A Meal Fit For Royalty W* ?»· rw a *nal dwk and a prafcpowt ptoe» «» dm. For S7.95 ran can o* Iht cedcMb you wuli ot no extra cert Sun. Ihni Fn. fretn 5 pjn. Soturaoys ·** imt our pockog* to 3 (··ILL MEDIUM RARE Steak House 1424-94901 Coll For »tst Party Prtew OMEN DAILY 5 PJt. 10301 SOUTHWEST HIGHWAY SWtATNOON CHICAGO RIDGE SHHBMN HBVI4N TMUnt 1^ «» TfTNtHMUEMAVt 'OPENEVERY'SUHDAY *THE MMS RXA MAtWT IS A FUN PLACB YOU CAN MOWSE IN THE FRESH AHL.AND FIND HUGE t AtGAINSl ·MING THE WDS...THEY-U IOVE OVX nDOYlANM Sf^.K/5 MOUtfc 7 AJ*. TO 4 9M. VWTOtt SO* POt CAMOAD . SINGING , TOUR FAVORITES HELD OVER THROUGH APRIL , nightly in our lounge Tuesday thru Thursday from 8 Friday and Saturday from 9 In Our Dining Room - - Now thru April Chuck Wagon ALL YOU CAN EAT Bountiful Salad Bar Always Four Hot Entrees Cheeses and Desserts Monday-Thursday Still 9 JO Special for Jan. and Feb. 1978 FREE CAKE WITH ALL PARTKS i* Ar Omwr PHONE 598-6460 rVAllfT? SPAPFRf 'SPAPFRJ

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