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[[italics]] Prince was staffed with stage names (KILEY, LERNER & LOEWE), and its current Broadway remake is coming on with movie names (MICHAEL YORK, composer JOHN BARRY, lyricist DON BLACK). You figure it.

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THIEVES: DON PERCASSI of the 42nd Street company stashed his trash in a cassette-player box and placed it temporarily outside his dressing-room door -- only to have it snatched before he could get it to the dumpcart. (Oh well, I guess it's better than scene-stealing.) ... MANHATTAN TRANSFER is mulling a six-week Broadway gig, much like BARRY MANILOW's a few seasons back... GERALDINE FITZGERALD has quietly, without fanfare, given up stage acting. She's a stage director now, and Mass Appeal is her current pride-and-joy. ... FAYE DUNAWAY opens in mid-January in WILLIAM ALFRED's new play The Curse of the Aching Heart. She hasn't been back to the boards since her star started to rise right after her last Alfred outing, Hogan's Goat, at the American Place in 1965. ... Now that the Biltmore clock has lapsed into Times Past, producer JUDY GORDON has had to improvise a new meeting spot: under the huge Barnum neon she had installed at One Times Square. Can't miss it. ...

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Desdemonas have been dropping like flies during the smash pre-Broadway tour of Othello starring JAMES EARL JONES and CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER. Jones is particularly picky about that part; the last time he essayed that title role (1964) he married his Desdemona, JULIENNE MARIE. ... Can "Evita" (PATTI LuPONE) and "Sweeney Todd" (GEORGE HEARN) fit into A Doll's House? That seems to be director HAL PRINCE's casting plan when he gets around to A Doll's Life, BETTY COMDEN and ADOLPH GREEN's musical postscript to the Ibsen classic. ... the name of the QUENTIN CRISP's second autobiography, hot off the St. Martin's Press, is How to Become a Virgin. And, no, DORIS DAY did not do the forward.
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[[page title]] Dining and Entertainment [[/page title]]

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[[heading]] AMERICAN [[/heading]]
ALGONQUIN--59 W. 44 St. Delightful after-theatre Supper in the Rose Rm. Also superb Oak Rm. Supper with Steve Ross, His Paino, His Songs from 9 P.M.; from 5:30 PM Sundays. Fine pre-theatre Dinner. CR. CDS. 840-6800 [[image - *]]

CHARLEY O'S--33 W. 48 St. Bar & Grill & Bar. "Aft, the thea. join me for my Irish cof. & a snack." Such desserts as Irish Cof. Pie, Sundaes, Fr. "The Best Irish Cof. in N.Y." N.Y. Mag. Free Parking after 5:30, Sun. til 10. 582-7141.

GREAT AUNT FANNY'S--340 W. 46. 765-7374. Warm & Casual Place. Continental/American Entertainment. L. 12-3 a la carte entrees $3.25-$8.95. D. 4-12:30, Sun. 1-10, $3.75-$9.95. a la carte. Bar open 1 hour later. AE, DC, MC, Visa. [[image - *]]

KENNY'S STEAK PUB WEST--221 W. 46 St. In the heart of theatre dist. Lun., Pre theatre, Din., and after thea. Special attention to theatre-goers. Piano music nitely from 7:30. Open 7 days. Credit Cards. 719-5799. [[image - *]]

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MILDRED PIERCE--345 W. 46th. Relax in a casual theatrical atmosphere--Audrey Thomas at the Piano Nightly--Lun. Tue.-Sat., 11:30-3, Din. 7 day 5-2 AM. Late Night and Bar Menu. Sun. Brunch 582-4801, Cr. Cds.

POSSIBLE 20--253 W. 55th, Home of N.Y.'s Music Business. Manhattan Provincial Cuisine til 1 A.M. op. 7 days, Bar til 4 A.M. Sat & Sun. Brunch. Top N.Y. Musicians Sat. Nites. Upstairs ent. & banquet room. 541-9350. C. C. [[image - *]]
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SKIPPER--47 E. 46th (Park & Madison) Great Seafood & Steaks--also featuring French & Oriental Cuisine at Dinner. Cocktails--Lun.--Prefix Prethea. Din. Victorian Decor. Dis. Din. Parking. Mon.-Fri. Noon-10 PM.-Sat. 5-10 PM. 688-2365

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46th ST. REST.--"A new Bar & Grill"--343 W. 46th, 581-0341. Lun., Din., Aft. Thea. snacks, hamburgers etc. A busy bar where many chorus people go. Features video shows, pinball machine,--mainly men.
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[[heading]] AMERICAN/STEAKHOUSES [[/heading]]

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THE ASSEMBLY--16 W. 51 ST. A GREAT STEAKHOUSE. GREAT VEAL, FISH & GIANT LOBSTERS. PRE-THEA. DIN. FR. 4:30-6:30 PM, FREE PARKING TIL 2 AM. DIN., M.-SAT. TIL 11 PM, LUN., M.-F. ALL CREDIT CARDS. 581-3580.
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BEEFSTEAK CHARLIE'S--Great steaks, barbecued baby back ribs, chicken and more. D. incl. unlim. shrimp & sal., beer, wine or sangria. [[bold]] 45th St. & 9th Ave. 581-0500. [[/bold]] L. Wed., Fri., Sat. fr. 11:30 am. D. Mo.-Sa. fr. 4pm., Su. fr. 1 pm. [[bold]]44th St. & B'way 398-1910. [[/bold]] L. Mo., Tu., Th., Fr., fr. 11:30 am, We. & Sa. fr. 11:00 am. D. Mo.-Sa. fr. 3 pm, Su. fr. noon [[bold]]51st St. & B'way 757-3110. [[/bold]] L. Mo.-Fr. fr. 11:30 am., We. & Sa. fr. 11:00 am. D. Mo.-Sa. fr. 3 pm, Su. fr. noon [[bold]] 68th St. & B'way 787-2500. [[/bold]] D. Mo.-Fr. fr. 4:30 pm, Sa.-Su. fr. 4 pm. Cr. Cds.

BRASSRAIL--Now reopened B'ways Famous Seafood & Steakhouse. Steps fr. all B'way Thea's. "Fresh Seafood Daily"--Salad Bar--Steaks. Open 7 days--Lun.--Cktls.--Din.--Aft.Thea. 11 to Midnight Cr. Cds.--245-0959. 747 7th Ave.

CATTLEMAN--5 E. 45th St. 661-1200. Return to the era of opulence, abundance & Silver Kings! Dinner incl. Caesar salad and cordial. Free parking fr. 5 pm. For Din. patrons Mon.-Sat. Cattle barons, heriesses, & Cr. Cds. Welcome.

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FALSTAFF ROOM--7th AVE. at 56th ST. (IN THE N.Y. SHERATON). BEST DINNER VALUE IN TOWN; 20 OZ. PRIME PORTERHOUSE OR 1 1/2 LBS. LOBSTER FULL DIN./WINE OR CORDIAL, ONLY $17.95. CREDIT CARDS. 247-8000.
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FRANKE & JOHNNIE -- 269 W. 45. UPSTAIRS RESTAURANT RATED BEST STEAK HOUSE IN NY! STEPS FROM ALL THEATRES. CELEBRITIES FREQUENT. ****RATING. OPEN LATE. AE DC 245-9717; 664-9566. Fr. Parking aft. 7:30.
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GALLAGHER'S STEAK HOUSE--52nd Street just West of Broadway. Sports and Theatrical Celebrities favorite Steakhouse for over 40 years. We are open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner, After Theatre. 245-5336. [[image - *]]

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MRS. J'S SACRED COW--228 W. 72nd ST. 873-4067. PRIME BEEF, SEAFOOD. AFTER THEATER, "THE PLACE WHERE THE GIRLS SING TO YOU." PIANIST NIGHTLY. OPEN 4:30 PM, SUN. 3:00 PM. PRIVATE PARTIES. [[image - *]]
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O'LUNNEY'S STEAK HOUSE--Great spot before or after the show. nearby at 12 W. 44th St. Hearty food, reasonable prices, friendly atmosphere. Credit cards. Kitchen open til midnite. Lun.--Mon.-Fri. Din.--Mon.-Sat. 840-6688.

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SLATE--852--10th AVE. CORNER 56 ST.--"THE BEST UNKNOWN STEAK HOUSE IN NEW YORK." PRIME RIBS--STEAKS--FRESH FISH. BEFORE OR AFTER THEA. DINING. LUN.-DIN. & SUP. 7 DAYS. 581-6340.

SPINDLETOP--254 W. 47th BET. B'WAY & 8th--AWARD WINNING PRIME BEEF & SEAFOOD. PRIVATE DINING RMS. FOR GROUP PARTIES FROM 10 TO 300 -- L-C-D-S-AT 7 DAYS A WEEK--PIANO NITELY CR. CDS.--245-7326. [[image - *]]
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U.S. STEAKHOUSE--120 W. 51st. (bet. B'way & 6th Ave.) If you worship steak & other beef cuts, this is the pl. for you! This is where President Carter ate aft. his 1 nite at the thea. last year. Op. for lun., din.. or late sup. C. C. 757-8800.

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WALLY'S--224 W. 49th. NY'S TOP RATED RESTAURANT FOR STEAKS & WHALE-SIZE LOBSTERS. OUTSTANDING NORTHERN ITALIAN SPECIALTIES. FREQUENTED BY THEATRE & SPORT'S CELEBRITIES. C D S AT 582-0460.

[[heading]] ARGENTINE [[/heading]]

ARGENTINE PAVILLION--30 W. 46th St.--Delicate food in Heart of Thea. District. Surf & Turf for 2, Paella, Varieties of fish, Duckling served many ways, Best Argentine Steaks including side dishes. Cl. Su. 921-0835.

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LA MILONGA--50 St. (Cor. 9th Ave.) "Home Made Cuisine." Dinner. 5 P.M. til 4 A.M. 7 days. Mixed Grill, Sirloin Steak, Paella, Chicken & Rice Plus Spec's. Op. For Lun. 12-3 Mon.-Fri. Entertainment, Credit Cards 541-8382.
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[[heading]] ARGENTINE/ITALIAN [[/heading]]

LA TABLITA--65 W. 73 (off Colombus) 724-9595--one of N.Y.'s most charming Rest's.--and the only auth. Argentine. Wood burning fireplace, full bar. Tue.-Sun. 12-1 A.M. Su. Brunch 11:30-3:30 C. C. Also visit Empanadas--257 W. 55.

[[heading]] AUSTRIAN/GERMAN [[/heading]]
WIENERWALD--"A Touch of Vienna in Theatre Land" Feat. Sauerbraten, Wienerschnitzel, 7 days 11 AM-2 AM Lun., Din., Sup., Cktls. 1560 B'way @ 46 St. 581-4330, 1650 B'way @51 St. 246-3400. 790 8th Ave. @ 49 St. 757-5480.

[[heading]] BISTRO [[/heading]]

ALFIE'S--225 W. 47th St. 581-8290. Cozy Bistro in Heart of Theater District. Excel. Continental Cuisine Prix Fixe at $8.95, plus A La Carte. 7 days L. 12-3 D. 4:30-12. Private Party Room, [[bold]] Bernard's [[/bold]] @ 218 W. 48th St. 247-8472--664-8617. [[image - *]]

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L--Luncheon  C--Cocktail  D--Dinner  S--Supper  AT--After Theatre  *Open Sunday  (Jan. 1982)

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