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Wonderful STRAIGHT or HALF & HALF with BRANDY! 
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Climax a distinguished dinner by serving suave, unforgettable

de Kuyper's 
DELECTA
AFTER-DINNER
Liqueur

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For after-dinner luxury - serve Delecta, which honors a name 250 years old. Made in America - true to its old-world tradition of quality: Try Delecta neat or half and half with brandy. 
[[image - drawing of an anchor in a heart]] ANNO 1695
National Distillers Products Corporation, New York 86 Proof
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Rosemarie
dePARIS
CHOCOLATIER - CONFISEUR [[image - drawing of a crown on top of a box]]
Le Salon de Thé

A Tea Room of distinction and charm - in the Parisian manner. 
Luncheon Afternoon Tea
Special Luncheon $2

697 FIFTH AV. (55th St.) N. Y. C.
ELdorado 5-5354
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Bal Tabarin
225 W. 46th ST. C16-0949
"Gay Paris in New York"
"CAN-CAN DANCERS"
2 ORCHS. - DANCING
3 SHOWS NIGHTLY
7:30 - 11:30 - 1:30
DeLuxe French
DINNER $1.25
No Cover-No Min. ex Sat. & Hol. Eves.
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Cues to Dining (Continued)

+LA MARTINIQUE-57 W 57. PL 5-5757. Gay night club with revue starring Harry Richman & Dick Rhodes' orch. Shows 8, 12 & 2. D $2.50-$5.50. Min $3.50. Rumbas Sat & Sun, 3-6.

LA PETITE MAISON-108 E 60. EL 5-9313. Unpretentious but engaging little restaurant. Good French & Italian food. L 90c up; D $1.50 up. Closed Mon.
LA PETITE SUISSE - 6 W 52. EL 5-9596. French food with a Swiss flavor. Cheese fondue is a must. It's on the menu when cheese is obtainable. L 70c-$1.50; D $1.25-$2.25. X

+LARUE-45 E 58. VO 5-6374. Continuous dance music by Eddie Davis & Gil Murray's orchs, 6-12. Expensive a la carte. Cocktails from 4. Min after 9:30 pm, $3.

LA SALLE DU BOIS-36 E 60. VO 5-3800. Coq au vin & Pompano en Papillotte especially recommended. L from $1.10; D $1.75 up & a la carte. 

LAS AMERICAS-687 Lexington (57) PL 8-0682. Pleasant setting. Good American & Latin-Am specialties. Also steaks & chops. D a la carte, entrees $1-$2.25. Opens 3 pm weekdays, 1 Sun.

+LATIN QUARTER-48 & B'way. CI 6-1737. Big B'way night club with shows at 8 & 12; Sat 8, 12, 2. D $2.40-$4.50. Min weeknights 1st show $2, 2nd $2.50; Fri & Sun $3 min each show; Sat $3.50.

L'AUBERGE-58 W 56. CI 7-8547. Attractive but unpretentious little bistro. Good French cuisine. L 65c-$1.25; D $1.35-$3. Opens Sun 1 pm. Bar. Closed Mon.

LE BEAUJOLAIS - 17 E 60. RH 4-9459. Charming decorations & excellent French food. Mussels mariniere & tripe a la mode de Caen. L $1.25-$1.75; D $2.75 up; Bar. X

LE BISTRO-814 3rd Av (50) EL 5-8766. Maud O'Connor's charming French cafe. Excellent food & wine. Table d'hote L $1.15-$1.30; D $1.75-$2.30 & a la carte. X

LE CHAMPIGNON-133 W 13. CH 3-9081. French-Italian table d'hote moderately priced L 60c; D $1.25 & a la carte. Pleasant cocktail lounge. Closed Tues.

LE LOUVRE-109 W 49. LO 3-9656. Quiet, comfortable restaurant & bar. French-Italian cuisine. L 70c up; D $1 up. Bar.

+LEON & EDDIE'S - 32 W 52. EL 5-9414. Eddie Davis stars in gay revues (not for the kiddies) at 8, 10, 12 & 2:30. D $1.50-$4.50. Min $3.50 after 10 ex Sat, hol eves $4. Celebrity nites Sun 9:30 pm. Cocktails from 4.

LE SALON DE THÉ-697 5th Av (54) EL 5-5354. Rosemarie de Paris' elegant French tea room serving L, afternoon tea. Chicken omelettes, salads, pastries, superb sandwhiches. Spec L $2 & a la carte.

+LEXINGTON-Lexington at 48. WI 2-4400. Hawaiian Room, Hal Aloma's orch & Hawaiian revue. Dancing 6-2; shows 7:45, 10 & 12. Mon shows 7:45 & 11:30 with Jeno Bartal's orch. D a la carte. Cov 75c after 10 ex Sat, hol eves, $1.50; Sun 6-10, min $2.50; after 10 cov 75c, no min. Sat lunch show & dancing 1-2:30. Jeno Bartal's music at L, Mon-Fri; L a la carte. In Cape Cod Room, Lexington Terrace & Revere Room a la carte.

LITTLE SHRIMP-226 W 23. WA 9-9093. Handsome new seafood house. Charcoal broiled fish, steaks, chops. Don't miss New Orlean's pecan pie-it's wonderful. L 75c, up; D moderate a la carte. Bar.

LITTLE VENICE - 126 W 13. CH 3-9797. Luxurious Venetian bar, cocktail room & garden dining room. Fine American, Italian & French cuisine. Opens 4:30. Ann Palmer at the piano from 5:30. D until 10:30, $1.60; a la carte til 1:15. X

LITTLE VIENNA - 39 W 46. LO 3-7747. Mama & Papa Jaeger serve a budget-priced Old World meal. Try chicken paprikash & homemade strudel. L 75c up; D $1 up. Wine & beer. Open daily. Another Little Vienna at 143 E 49. EL 5-8929. Closed Mon.

LOUIS & ARMAND - 42 E 52. PL 3-3348. Enticing a la carte menu. Bar. X & hols.

LUCHOW'S-110 E 14. GR 7-4860. Famous for good food since 1882. L $1.25 up; D $2.25 up. Orchestra music 7-10 pm. Closed Mon.

LUM FONG-150 W 52. CI 6-2123. A large, comfortable dispensary of Oriental dishes. Branch of the venerable Canal St establishment. L 50c up; D $1.10 up; supper a la carte. Cocktail Lounge open 'til 3 am.

MADELEINE'S LE POISSONNIER-121 E 52. EL 5-9706. Seafood & other delicacies with a piquant French accent. Opens 4 with ent by Irene Stanley, Charles Wilson's Trio & Lucile Jarrott. D $2.50 if drink is ordered. $2.75 if not. X

MARCHI'S-251 E 31. MU 4-9843. Exceptional quality & quantity of Italian food causes a waiting line nightly. Dinner servings 6 & 8 pm, family style, $2.50. Wines. X

MARGUERY-270 Park (47) PL 3-3080. The out-door garden is one of the town's pleasantest. Fine foods & vintage wines. L $1.90-$2.25; D $3-$4.50 & a la carte.

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Copain A Restaurant of Distinction
Featuring fine food prepared in the Continental manner
A la carte - Bar - Table D'Hote
Dinner 5:30-10 P.M. Sun. from 5 P.M. (Closed Mon.) 
50th St. N. W. Corner 891 1st Ave.
PL. 8-0554
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AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD AND DELICACIES - BAR
Open 'til 3 A. M.
LUM FONG
UPTOWN 
150 W. 52 ST.
DOWNTOWN 220 CANAL ST.
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Castleholm
Int'l cuisine. Lunch & dinner a la carte. Rendezvous before and after matinee. Cocktail lounge. Music. Dancing after 9 p.m. No cov. or min. Daily & Sun. Reservations for Parties.
344 W. 57th St. Cl7-0873
MOST POPULAR SWEDISH RESTAURANT FAMOUS FOR Smörgåsbord
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Rudy's
MEXICAN RESTAURANT
Famous for its Chili Con Carne, Enchiladads, Tacos
Imported Wines & Beer
105 W. 48th (W. of 6th Av.) Lo 5-7648
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MONT D'OR
RESTAURANT
255 E. 48 (Nr. 2d Ave.) PL. 3-8632
Distinctive French Cuisine in the Native Manner
Fine Wines at Fair Prices
Closed Mondays Open Sundays
Dinner $1.25
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PASSY
"Cuisine That Epicureans Applaud"
LUNCHEONS and DINNERS
28 East 63rd St., New York City Regent 4-3847
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blue bowl
RESTAURANT
Luncheon 50c to 75c 157 EAST 48th ST.
Dinner 75c to $1.25 ELdorado 5-9243
Closed Sunday
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LE BISTRO
MAUD Welcomes Old Friends And New
LUNCHEON DINNER
Chef's Daily Special
814 Third Ave. at 50 EL. 5-8766
Authentic Parisienne Cafe Atmosphere
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seafood at its best
[[image - drawing of outline of fish]] little shrimp
restaurant-bar
222 W 23 St-Watkins 9-9348
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