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[[2 pages]] [[2 columns]] [[page 1]] [[column 1]] [[advertisement]] To pick a great after-anything restaurant simply close your eyes and put your finger down on this column. (You can't miss!) BRASSERIE While others are sleeping we're wide awake. Elegant moderately priced food. Where else can one have breakfast, lunch, dinner and all-night dining but here at mid-town's coziest and friendliest eatery. The "Joie de Vivre" goes on 24 hours a day at this informal French restaurant. 100 E. 53rd Street, 741-4840. MaBells Good food and drink are alive and well right on Shubert Alley. Make a phone call, gaze at our unique captioned wall photos and dine elegantly -all at the same time. Thirsty only? Try our 80 foot bar with the friendliest bartenders in town. Open for lunch dinner and after-theatre. 45th Street West of Broadway, on Shubert Alley, 869-0110. Open for Sunday Brunch or dinner 12:00 noon 'til 3 p.m. Mamma Leone's The Italian dinner of the year every night. This colorful restaurant is a favorite of tourists and New Yorkers alike. Come and see what you've been missing. Mamma treats everyone like family, good Italian food and plenty of it and people just keep coming. Join us for lunch Monday thru Friday, dinner or after-theatre. Open every day. 239 W. 48th Street, 586-5151. [[image: American Express Logo]] AMERICAN EXPRESS Cards Welcome [[/advertisement]] [[/column 1]] [[column 2]] interests. After learning the tailoring craft, he worked for Schiaparelli and Lelong, the couture houses. Then he met Christian Dior in 1946 and worked on the collection that was spread around the world in 1947 as the New Look. At the same time, he did costumes for the ballet and for such films as Jean Cocteau's Beauty and the Beast, Orpheus, and Oedipus Rex. In the 1960's he emerged, along with André Courrèges, as an exponent of a futuristic, Space Age look. Men were landing on the moon and clothes had to look ahead. "It's not my job to make 1930's, folkloric, Turkish or Russian looks," he says, disposing of some recent fashion trends. He explains his job as "creating shapes and forms of clothes that are contemporary and that everyone can wear." A student at a lecture he gave recently at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York asked him, "How do you get inspiration for a new collection?" His answer was immediate. "I go to my workroom and I think, 'Whatis it that women have not had available to them?' and then I try to make it," he answered. He is proud of some of his firsts in fashion. In the 1950's he opened ready-to-wear boutiques for men and women in Paris, and he also made clothes that were sold in Printemps, the large department store. "I was criticized for being vulgar-couturiers shouldn't be concerned with such things," he recalls. "Now everybody does ready-to-wear collections." In the 1960's, he spurred the so-called peacock revolution with his men's fashions. A lot of trendy and not so trendy men all over the world ended up in his Edwardian-type closely fitted suits and his blazers which had "PC" on the buttons. He was criticized for that too, but he points out that today Dior, Balmain, Saint Laurent and other women's couture designers are doing men's wear. "That is the pattern," he muses. "When I start something it is a scandal, but then everybody else takes it up." It doesn't seem to upset him unduly. While he would like to be loved and understood, he is reconciled to being merely successful. Bernadine Morris is a reporter for The New York Times. [[/column 2]] [[end page]] [[start page]] PLAYBILL dining and entertainment guide [[column 1]] AMERICAN/STEAKHOUSES * 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 ARTHUR'S GOLDEN LION - 143 W. 44th 765-587. Great steak din. $5.95; Lobster din $6.95. Lunch, dinner, after-thea. Gala Entertainment & dancing fr 8 PM. No cov. or min. Best buy for cabaret entertainment. * BEEFSTEAK CHARLIE'S - B'way at 51st St. (757-3110) & 221 W. 46 (265-0480) D. $5.99-9.99 incl. unlim. salad bar & free beer, wine or sangria. Child's dinner 99¢. Piano lounge in bar at 46th St. AE, BA, MC CATTLEMAN - 5 E. 45th St. 661-1200. Madame Moustache hosts a robust, racy, joyous eve of ribaldry at this 1980 ornate restaurant. Full dinners. A la carte delights. Lavish extras. AE, BA, DC, MC. CHARLEY O'S STEAKHOUSE - Rockefeller Center at 33 W. 48th. Now open 24 hours. Dinner 5 P.M.-9 P.M. Supper 9 P.M.-6 A.M. Breakfast 6 A.M.-11 A.M. Lunch 11 A.M.-4 P.M. All Major credit cards. Res: 582-7141 FRANKIE & JOHNNIE - 269 W. 45. UPSTAIRS RESTAURANT RATED BEST STEAK HOUSE IN NY! STEPS FROM FLL THEATRES. CELEBRITIES FREQUENT. FREE RKG. FR. 6 PM. OPEN LATE AE, DC 245-9717; CO 5-9776 * 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. 245-5336. * GREAT AUNT FANNY'S - 340 @. 46th St. 765-7374. VERY CASUAL. DRINKS, LUNCH, (Wed., Sat., Sun.,) DINNER, SUPPER, 5-12:30 MON. SAT. SUN., 1-10 PM LUNCH FR. $2.95; DINNER FR. $6.50; SUPPER FR. $1.95; 10-12:30 AE, MC. * MRS. J'S SACRED COW - 228 W. 72nd (BET. B'WAY & WEST END) 873-4067. MOMENTS FROM LINCOLN CENTER. 30 YEARS A CELEBRITY HANGOUT. SUPERIOR STEAKS AND SEAFOOD. PIANIST & ENTMT. NIGHTLY. SPINDLETOP - 254 W. 47th ST. CI 5-7326 THE BEST STEAKS & PRIME RIBS IN N.Y. PIANO MUSIC NIGHTLY COMP DIN $5.59-$8.95; AFTER-THEA. MENU MATINEE LUNCHEONS WED. & SAT. * UNITED STATES STEAKHOUSE COMPANY - NEW THEA. DIST. STEAKHOUSE & SALOON OPEN LATE NIGHTLY. BEST OF AMERICAN DESIGN, FOOD, WINE, SANDWICH BAR. 120 W. 51 (off B'way in Rockefeller Center) 757-8800 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. ARGENTINE * LA MILONGA - 755 9th (cor. 51st) Typical Argentine kitchen, Spanish dishes & seafood specialties. L: Tues-Fri. D 5-11 LATE SUPPER TILL 4 AM. Live Argentine music featuring Tango & folklore. Cr. Cds. 7 days. 586-9867. BASQUE PUERTA REAL - 243 E. 58 (btwn, 2nd & 3rd). ENJOY BASQUE & CASTILIAN CUISINE. COMP. L. $5.95 (APPET., ENTREE, SALAD DESSERT & COFFE). DIN., CKTLS., PRE & AFT.-THEA. DIN. CR. CDS. CL. SUN. 758-4756. CHINESE BILL HONG'S - 133 W. 52 581-6730) WHY NOT THE BEST? SUPERB CHINESE CUISINE. STEPS FROM THE THEATRE DISTRICT. LUNCH, DINNER, AFTER THEATRE (TO 2 AM) MAJOR CREDIT CARDS. [[/colum 1]] [[column 2]] * PEKING PARADISE RESTAURANT - 137 W. 52nd St. steps from theatres. Open Lunch, Dinner, After theatre to 12 AM. Mandarin, Szechuan, Hunan creations by master chef UNCLE HO, Formerly of Grand Hotel, Taiwan. 757-4605. CONTINENTAL BIJOU - 400 E. 57; 421-0410. Ultimate in cool chic. Continental menu. D. only fr. 5:30-11:30 Tues.-Sun. Dickson Hughes plays piano. Sun. Brunch $7.50 12-4 pm., with harp from 1 pm. DAVE WOLF'S - MOMENTS FROM THEATRES. EXCELLENT CONTL. CUISINE ON 3 LEVELS IN A VICTORIAN LANDMARK BLDG. RECO BY NY TIMES & CUE 7 DAYS. L. D. C. AT CR. CDS. 49th ST. & AVE. OF THE AMERICAS. 765-8981 * LA FONDUE - 43 W. 55 St. Charming European Cellar. "Outstanding" (Cue) fondues, cheese & sausage snacks, PRIME filet mignon, scrumptious desserts. L. fr. $2.25; Compl. D. fr. $7.95 A la carte fr. $2.95 to 1 AM 7 days. * MAGIC FLUTE - 64th & B'way (724-1340) Attrac. cafe w Contl. spec. Unlim. Buffet L. $4.65 D ent. $6.25-8.95 incl. unlim. salad bar. Curtain Call sup. $1.85-8.25 Sun. Brunch $6.75 incl. unlim. champagne punch or Bloody Mary's. CREPERIE * LA CREPE B'way at 67th St./57 W. 56th. St. 158 W. 44th St./Third Ave. near 58th 15 Greenwich Ave./59 Nassau St. Charming settings featuring 110 varieties of authentic French crepes at moderate prices. NEW! Special combination of crepe and soup-$3.95. Wine and cider. Cocktails at most locations. Lunch, Dinner, After-Theatre. * 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. ENTERTAINMENT COPACABANA - 10 E. 60th (Fifth Ave.) PL 5-6010. World Famous! Tues.-Sat. to 4 AM. Din. 8-1 AM. Shows, Cktls., Dancing in Copa Lounge. Disco downstairs. Lnge. open M-F 5 PM. Cktls. piano music. Cr. Cds. JIMMY WESTON'S - 131 E. 54th St. 838-8384. MOST POPULAR AFTER-THEATRE NITE SPOT IN NY FEAT. LIVE MUSIC & TOP NAME ENTERTAINERS NIGHTLY. NEVER A MIN. OPEN EVERY DAY FOR LUNCH, DINNER & SUPPER. * LA PETIT RESTAURANT - at the Sherry Netherland Hotel, 59th & Fifth. Central Park South View. Elegant decor. Great for after-theatre with name piano entertainment nightly. No cov. or min. Moderate prices. 759-9020. * THE RAVELLED SLEAVE - 79th & Third. 628-8814. Celebrities' frequent and most popular Upper East side gathering place. Intimate and romantic atmosphere. Superior Continental cuisine. Piano entertainment. THE NEW YORK PLAYBOY CLUB 5 East 59th St. (PL 2-3100) Open for lunch Mon. thru Fri., Sun. brunch, and dinner 7 days a week. 3 Restaurants. A Dynamite Disco. Irwin Corey, every wknd. in Jan. Peter Jackson's OOPS!, nightly. FRENCH AU TUNNEL - 306 W. 48 St. 582-2166. A Great French Restaurant, Delightful Decor, Fine Service, Moderate Prices, Outstanding Cuisine, open Lunch & Dinner, Cocktails, Fine Wines, Closed Sunday. 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. ("CONTINUED") [[/column 2]] L-Luncheon C-Cocktails D-Dinner S-Supper AT-After Theatre *Open Sunday [[end page]]
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