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Minutes from B'way. Noted for its outstanding cuisine & acclaimed garden rm. L. M-F. 11:30-3:00 D. M.-S. 5:00-11 PM. 145 W. 55 St. 582-9589. C.C. American Festival Cafe—Rockefeller Plaza, 20 W. 50 St. 256-6699. Casual American spcls. Res. sug. Breakfast Mon.-Fri. 7:30-11. BVr. Sat-Sun. 9-4. Lun. Mon.-Fri. 11-4, Din. daily 4-10. Supper Daily 10-Midnight. Cr. Cds. Houlihan's—49 St. & 7th Ave.—575-2012—N.Y.'s hottest new rest. concept. Op. every day and Sat.& Sun., Matinee Brunch. Lun., Din., Fun Booze. Post show snacking, Private Parties. 8 Locations all around town. O'Neal Bros. Cafe—57 St. & 6th Ave. Featuring new American Food & Wines. Lunch, Pre-theatre, dinner, late night supper from 10 p.m. - 12. We have a whole new way of looking at food!—399-2361. Priv. Party Room Available. Sam's—152 W. 52 St. (6th & 7th). Light, quick pre-theatre; full, sumptuous post-theatre and everything in between. Good food, good bar, good prices, good people, good parking, good times, (M.-Sat. noon-midnight) C.C. 582-8700. Symphony Cafe–"A Splendid Grand Cafe." NY Times Contemporary Amer. Bistro. The Perfect Place for Lun. Pre-Thea. Din., Aft. Thea. Sup. & Celebrity watching. Noon-Midnight. 8th Ave. & 56th St. 397-9595. Cr. Cds. The '21' Club—Pre-theatre dinner—$37.50. Late night supper. Can accommodate large pre-theatre groups. Private parties 10-500. Mon.-Sat. lunch and dinner. AE, MC, V and JCB accepted. 21 W. 52nd St., 582-7200. AMERICAN/FRENCH Cafe Luxembourg - 200 W. 70th St. - Near Lincoln Cntr., Parisian Art Deco bistro serves excellent French/American cuis. $28 Prix Fixe Dinner Menu served 5:30-6:30 Sun. 6:00-6:30 Also after 11:00. Dinner 5:30-12:30 Weekends until 1:30 873-7411. Vanessa - 289 Bleecker St. Comp. Pre & AFt. Thea. Dinner $30. Sun. Brunh 12-3 PM. Romantic Atmosphere. Internat'l Jazz Fri. & Sat. Open Tues.-Sun. 5:30 PM til after Midnight. Cr.Cds. Catering Fac. 243-4225. AMERICAN/STEAKHOUSES BEN BENSON'S STEAK HOUSE - 123 W. 52 - A W. Side Stk. House in the classic N.Y. Trad. Steaks, filet mignon, chops, lobster & Seafd., desserts. Op. 7 days, free indoor parking after 5 p.m. Except Sun. 581-8888. L - Lunch D - Dinner S - Supper AT - After Theatre CC - Credit Cards (August 1990) 42 [[end page]] [[start page]] Dining and Entertainment BROADWAY JOE STEAKHOUSE - 315 W. 46 BET. 8 & 9. BEST STEAKS & SEAFOOD IN TOWN. OPEN LATE. THEATRE PARTY RMS. SPORTS & CELEB. HANGOUT. L.C.D.S.A.T. 7 DAYS. 246-6513, FREE DINNER PARKING. CR. CDS. FRANKIE & JOHNNIE REST. sm - 269 W. 45 UPSTAIRS RESTAURANT RATED BEST STEAK HOUSE IN NY! STEPS FROM ALL THEATRES. CELEBRITIES FREQUENT. OPEN LATE. AE DC R.S.V.P. 997-9494. Free Parking aft. 5:30. MRS. J'S SACRED COW - 228 W. 72 St. 873-4067. Excellent for After Theater Entertainment. Cabaret Style since 1947. Full Menu Prime Beef, Seafood, Pasta. "The Place Where the Girls Sing to You." Op. 4:30 PM. Priv. Parties. THE DERBY Steak & Seafood House - Village fav. for 50 years. Warm, friendly atmosphere. Moderately priced prime meats & seafood broiled on open heart M.-Sa. 5-11, Sun. 3:30-11:30. Cr. Cds. 109 MacDougal St. 475-0520. AMERICAN/VAUDEVILLE TRIXIES - 307 W. 47 (off 8) Thea. Dist. Friendly Amer. cooking' with our "Famous" Sweet Potato Fries & Vaudeville Talent. Din. Din. M.-Sat. 5-12 A.M. Lun. M.-F. 582-5480. Cred. Crds. ARGENTINE LA MILONGA - 742 9th AVE. CORNER 50th ST. 541-8382-3. TYPICAL ARGENTINE CUISINE. LUNCH · DINNER · COCKTAILS · & LATE SUPPER. CREDIT CARDS. OPEN 7 DAYS. WEEKEND TANGO TRIO. BISTRO CHEZ JOSEPHINE - 414 W. 42nd St. "Where the legend of Josephine Baker lives on." (N.Y. Times) Host Jean-Claude Baker creates a magic atmos. for pre-thea., din. & after thea. dining - Unique Fr./Amer. cuisine, best piano music in town. M.-Sa. 5 pm-12 am., 594-1925. BRASSERIE BRASSERIE - 100 E. 53rd (bet. Park & Lex.) Liveliness and ambiance of a European Cafe. Join us before or aft. thea., or anytime. We're op. 24 hrs. a day, 7 days a week. Relaxed atmos. Tbls. or a spac. count. All maj. C.C. 751-4840. LA CITÉ - 51st bet 6& 7th. It's as though a Parisian Grand Cafe had been transported to Rockefeller Center. La Cité offers elegant cassoulet, authentic steak frites, and roast chicken bordering on perfection. A la cate $18-24. Open daily, noon to 2 a.m. 956-7100. L - Lunch D - Dinner S - Supper AT - After Theatre CC - Credit Cards (August 1990) 43 [[end page]]
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