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PLAYBILL DINING GUIDE L-Luncheon C-Cocktails D-Dinner S-Supper [[advertisements]] AJANTA-156 W. 44th St. (off Bdwy). Authentic India Pakistan Cuisine served in an Exotic Atmosphere. Reasonable prices. Lunch, Dinner and After Theatre specialties, Cocktails. Credit Cards. Tel. 869-8945 or 582-9663. ALGONQUIN - 59 West 44th Street. Delightful after theatre Supper Buffet, serving delicious edibles and potables in a legendary house-party atmosphere. Also superb pre-theatre Dinner. AE. DC. BA. RES.: 687-4400 ARIRANG HOUSE-28 W. 56 ST. "A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE IN KOREAN DINING." * * * N Y TIMES. LUNCH, DINNER COCKTAIL LOUNGE CR. CDS. PRIVATE DINING ROOM FOR PARTIES. MON-SAT. LT 1-9698-LT 1-9699. AUNT FISH SEAFOOD RESTAURANT & OYSTER BAY-63rd St. & Broadway, adjacent Lincoln Center. Newest, nicest West Side elegant stop for truly fresh fish. Lunch, dinner, supper, after theatre. 799-7200. AU TUNNEL-306 W. 48 St. CO 5-9039. A Great French Restaurant, Delightful Decor, Fine Service, Moderate Prices, Outstanding Cuisine, Open Lunch & Dinner, Cocktails, Fine Wines, Closed Sunday. BARBETTA-321 W. 46 CI 6-9171. Open till midnight. Chamber music highlights this elegant north Italian restaurant serving hound-hunted fresh white truffles. Fashion show Wed. lunch. Pre-theatre din. $13.50 AE CB BOUI-BOUI-69 W. 55. 586-0004. Delightful restaurant with international menu. Spec: duck l'orange, omelettes, Welsh Rarebit. Same a la carte menu all day 11:30-12:00, entrees $1.25-$4.95. Wines & beer only. Closed Sun. BROTHERS & SISTERS-355 W. 46th (off-B'way) Cabaret Room stars Top-rated Award-winning Stars ($3 show charge). Also piano bar with free showcase entertainment. Cocktails, dinner, supper, till 1:00 AM 7 days 765-7848. CAFE DE FRANCE-330 W. 46 ST. OFF B'WAY HOST NICOLAS FABRO FORMERLY OF FRENCH LINE & ROGER BONNET, FIRST PRIZE WINNER "FRENCH GASTRONOMIQUE". L DAILY 12-3 D 5-11 CL. SUN. 586-0088. CARLOS - Beautiful Black-owned rest. in mid-town. Spec. fish dishes. Pre-thea hot app. & drink, $3.50. Aft. thea. light sup. (fired shrimp or spec. chicken) & carafe wine $6.00. Bring this ad for 1st drink free. 36 W. 48, 869-0366 CATTLEMAN WEST-51 & 7 (Taft Hotel) 265-1737 Opulent Western setting steakhouse. Pre & after theater dinners $4.95-$8.95. Nancy Winston plays nightly in the Saloon. DANNY'S BROWN JUG-1st Ave. Bet. 61 & 62. Fresh Seafood, Lobster, Complete Dinners to 2 AM. . . . Georgia Kay at the piano 8:30 til- Impromptu sessions. TE 8-2230 DIAL-A-STEAK-or lamb chops or lobster and receive baked potato, salad, rolls free. 4-11 P.M. daily in Manhattan to 96th St. (further by spec. arrange.) 15% service charge (min. $2.50) credit cards. 593-3888 DOWNEY'S 44/45TH ST. ON 8TH AVE. RES. PL 7-0186 STEAK HOUSE IRISH COFFEE BAR DU MIDI-311 W. 48 St. (comfortable old brownstone) Excellent provencial French Cuisine, Open 7 Days, Lunch-A La Carte, Cocktails, Dinner - Table d'hote. Recom. By Holiday. Theatregoers' Favorite. CO 5-9395, 582-6689 E. 58th ST. SPAGHETTI & MACARONI FACOTRIA- 6 E. 58th, 751-9060. Colorful Ristorante-Bar-Cabaret Disco. L fr $2.75 D fr $4.95. After-thea. sup. Reubens-type breakfast to 4 AM. Ent. wknds. Cr. Cds. Fun for kids wknd. afternoons. ENRICO & PAGLIERI-7 nr. 51; 541-7116. Charming ristorante features unlim. antipasto plus Italian specs. $3.95-$6.95. Unlim bear, wine or sangria $.95 pp with dinner. Specials Mon.-Thurs.; Italian feast Daily $7.25. L.D. FONDA LA PALOMA-256 E. 49. Elegant Townhouse atmosphere. Totally Mexican: Superior & exciting food, reasonably priced. Mariachi music nitely. Recommended by Gourmet, Cue, & Women's Wear. L. C. D. S. 421-5495. FRANKIE & JOHNNIE-269 W. 45. CUE MAG.-"This Upstairs Restaurant has great steaks, chops, seafood since 1926". Cocktails & Dinner only 4:30-1 AM. Free pkg. From 6PM. Steps from theatres. D.C., AE, 245-9717, CO 5-9776. New York's leading restaurateurs find Playbill Dining Guide effective. For information about space (when available), call 751-9559 THE VERY BEST THERE IS. For rates, reservations, brochures...see any travel agent, write us direct or phone our N.Y. office: 695-1310 [[image - fountain in front of building. street lined with trees]] CAESARS PALACE LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 89109 CAESARS PALACE one of the only 12 resorts in all the world rated * * * * * by Mobil Travel Guide...the only one in Vegas! A CAESARS WORLD RESORT [[/advertisements]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[advertisements]] FUNDADOR "THE SPANISH PAVILLION"-146 W. 47th St. (off B'way). Food from Spain and Mexico. Lunch, Dinner, After-theatre Dining. American Express Honored. Recommended by Gourmet and Cue 265-3690. GALLAGHER'S STEAK HOUSE-52nd Street just West of Broadway. Sports and Theatrical Celebrities favorite Steakhouse for over 40 years. Dinner up to 12 midnight including Sundays. 245-5336. GAVROCHE-Open Till Midnight. Cozy, intimate, casual atmosphere. Excellent authentic French cuisine. Full meals, lunch (12-3) $4.95-7.25, dinner $6.95-12.00 222 E. 58th, 838-0279, MC BA GAYLORD-50 E. 58th ***NY TIMES. RECO. BY CUE & GOURMET. "THE BEST INDIAN REST. IN NY & THE ONLY ONE EQUIPPED WITH A TANDOOR (CLAY OVEN)." LCH., DIN., COCKTAIL LOUNGE. 7 DYS. CR. CDS. PL 9-1710. GIORDANO-409 W. 39 WI 7-3773. ELEGANT, NORTH ITALIAN CUISINE. L: MON-FRI 12-3 A LAT CARTE $4.75-7.75 D: 3-12 SAT & SUN FR 5:00 A LA CARTE $6.00-9.50. CR. CARDS. GOLDEN LION PUB-143 W. 44th St. 765-1587 Loc. in heart of thea. dist. Fab. Steak D. $4.95 or Lobster D. $5.95. Free park. for entire evening with $12.95 min. purchase per car. GALA DINNER & DANCING ENTERTAINMENT REGULAR DINNER MENU PRICES 8:00 till... GREAT AUNT FANNY'S-340 W. 46th St. 765-7374. VERY CASUAL. DRINKS, LUNCH, DINNER, SUPPER; 5-1 MON.-SAT. PRIV. DINING ROOM WITH TV. LUNCH FR. $2.25; DINNER FR. $5.95; SUPPER FR. $1.95; 10-2. AE, MC. HO SHIM-120 W. 44 (btwn. 6th & Bdwy. in theatre district). Korean and Japanese cuisine. Lunch, dinner, supper. Live native entertainment. Open 7 days. Courtesy parking for $1.50 at Kinney, 116 W. 44 575-9774. KASHMIR-10 W 46 St. Exotic curries of India served daily 12-12. Weekday L $1.90 & $2.10. Complete early curtain & After-Theatre Dinners, $3.50-5.50. Cocktails. Parties & Catering. 247-8785, 869-8584. Credit Cards. LA BONE SOUPE - 48 W. 55. Hearty soups, delicious fondues, irresistable deserts, saucy hamburgers. Lunch, Dinner, After Theater to midnight weekdays, 1 a.m. Fri. & Sat. Closed Sun. JU 6-7650. LA BOURGOGNE-123 W. 44 St. A real French bistro. Excellent French Cuisine. L 12-4 $3.25-$5.50, D Mon-Sat. 4-11:30, Fri.& Sat. to 12, $4.95-$8.50 (steak) & a la carte Speciality: Cheese Souffle. Cl. Sun. AE, BA, DC. JU 2-4230 LA CHAUMIERE-Charming Village Restaurant, like Country Inn with lovely fresh flowers. Unusual French entrees $4.65-12.00 a la carte. D fr 6:30, full menu to 1 am. Reserves taken to midnight. 310 W. 4th, 741-3374. AE, MC. LA FONDUE-43 W 55 St Dine bef. & aft. theatre in charming European Cellar, Cocktails authentic Swiss cheese fondue, cheese & sausage snacks, prime broiled filet mignon Complete D. fr. $4.95 L fr. $1.95 To 1 AM. LA FORTUNA-16 E. 41st St. Ambiance, superior North Italian kitchen. Reservations required for lunch. Relaxed dining before theatre from 5:30 Mon. thru Say. 5 min. by cab to theatres. All cr. cards. 685-4890 Ciao LA MILONGA RESTAURANT-755 9th (cor. 51st) Typical Argentine kitchen with Spanish dishes & seafood specialties. Lunch: Mon.-Fri. Dinner 7 days, 5-11 PM. LATE SUPPER TILL 4 AM. Cr. Cds. 586-9867 or 541-8382. LANDMARK TAVERN-Est. 1868, NY's third oldest & most authentic tavern. Steaks, seafood, daily spec. $2.25-9.95. ***NY Times. Free prkg. Private party facilities. Daily to midnight. 46th & 11th Ave. 757-8595. LE VERT GALANT-109 W. 46 St. Excellent French Cuisine. Rec. highly by Cue & New York Mag. Best onion soup in N.Y. L-$5.25-$6.95. D-$7.25-$11.25. M-F 5 PM-12 PM Sat. 4:30-12 PM. Maurice, Host & Owner. JU 2-7989. LES PYRENEES-251 W. 51st Street. Superb French Restaurant, Opposite Uris Theatre. Lunch, Cocktails, Dinner. Pris fixe dinner, $8.00. Open Sat. 'til 1 AM. Party facilities Recom. by Hliday. 246-0044. Closed Sun. THE MAGIC PAN-Distinguished French & Hungarian Creperie located in a beautiful French townhouse at 149 E. 57th St. (371-3266) Luncheon, Dinner & Late Supper. Open 7 days. Garden dining. Private Parties. MC, BA, AE. MARY'S-42 BEDFORD ST., A VILLAGE LANDMARK, REC. BY TIMES, GOURMET, CUE, N.Y. MAG., ABRUZZI SPECIALTIES - (LUNCH. DINNER. COCKTAILS.) OPEN 7 DAYS TEL. CH 2-9588. MICHAEL'S PUB ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY 211 EAST 55th STREET PL 8-2272 Terry Gibbs 1/14-2/8 Bobby Hackett 2/11-3/8 MOLFETAS RESTAURANT & BAR-307 W. 47th JU 6-9278, 581-0674. Heart of Theatre Dist. Real Greek Home Cooking, mod. prices - Spinach pie, Shish Kebab, Moussaka. Green Room Nite Club, Live Music to 4 AM OYSTER BAR & RESTAURANT - Grand Central Station. Landmark since 1913 for the freshest Oysters, Lobsters and Fish. ***NY Times. Lunch & Dinner. Complete "Shore Dinner" $9.50. All cards. 532-3888 PEKING PARADISE RESTAURANT-137 W. 52nd St., steps from theatres. Open Lunch, Dinner, After theatre to 1 AM. Mandarin, Szechuan, Hunan creations by master chef UNCLE HO, formerly of Grand Hotel, Taiwan. 757-4605. RINCON DE ESPANA-226 Thompson St., N. Y. Times-"One of the best Spanish kitchens in N. Y." Spec. Octopus & shrimp a la Carlos & Paellas, Flamenco Guitar nightly. L. D. C. Credit cards. Cl. Mon. 260-4950, 475-9891 ROCK GARDEN OF TOKYO-The only unique Japanese Yakiniku (Broiled Meat) Steak House in N. Y. Exquisitely served at YOUR OWN PRIVATE TABLE in an atmosphere of Japanese elegance. 34 W. 56th. 245-7936. Maj. Cards. ROMANIAN VILLAGE-13 E. 37 (Bet. 5th & Mad.) "The only authenic Romanian Rest. in N.Y." L. D. Cocktails - 7 days - Live Ent. Brunch Sat. & Sun. 12:00 to 3:30 AE DC MC 679-4437 RUSSIAN TEA ROOM-150 W. 57 NEXT TO CARNEGIE * HALL IN LINCOLN CENTER AREA RUSSIAN SPECIALTIES IN EUROPEAN CAFE ATMOSPHERE CREDIT CARDS OPEN DAILY UNTIL 1 A.M. CO 5-0947.* [[/advertisements]] *Convenient to Lincoln Center
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