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MARIE'S CRISIS -- 59 Grove. CH 3-9003. Once the home of Thomas Paine. Now headquarters for fine Continental food. Also steaks, chops. L 85c-$1.35; D served 5:30-10, $1.50, $1.75. Stephanie Leads, pianist, from cocktails to closing. X

MARIO'S--58 E 53. EL 5-9085. Subdued lighting, pleasant setting. Excellent French-Italian cuisine. Table d'hote L $1.25; D $2. Sliced breast of chicken a la Mario a specialty. Opens Sun at 5 pm.

MARY ELIZABETH'S--6 E 37. MU 3-3018. Delicious herb-seasoned American food. Chinese dish daily. Soup Tureen downstairs, self-service, L 60c; reg L 95c; D $1.20-$1.75. Men's Grill. X & hols.

† MAXIM'S--74 E 55. EL 5-8749. Max Hirsch of the famous Maxim's is proprietor here. Excellent Continental cuisine. D $2-$3.25. Music from 5 pm. Dancing & ent after 9 with Helen Barton. Open 3 pm-closing.

MECCA--6 E 30. MU 4-8586. Authentic Syrian food & delicacies of the East in a modest upstairs restaurant. L a la carte, blue plate L 95c; D $1.50.  No L on Sun.

MICHEL'S--38 E 53. EL 5-8966. Good, dependable French cuisine. Smart clientele. L $1.25; D $2.25; without drink 25c extra. X & hols.

MONT D'OR--255 E 48. PL 3-8632. Fine French food. Specialties: Tenderloin of beef Wellington on Thurs & Sun; roast beef Wed & Sat. D $1.25-$3. Opens weekdays 4; Sun at 1. Closed Mon.

†MONTE CARLO--Madison at 54. PL 5-3400. Glamorous Hollywoodian night club. Dick Gasparre's orch. Min $3 ex Sat $4. Fine food, expensive a la carte at L, D & supper. D from 6. Casino Room for elegant dining.

NEPTUNE--128 W 58.  CI 7-0652. Excellent steaks, chops & fish in a spacious dining room. Table d'hote meals. L 65c up; D $1.65 up. Private parties. Bar. 

NEWPORT--18 E 60. EL 5-8427. Tiny, swank. Fine French food a  la carte. Entrees at L 85c-$1.50; at D $1.50-$2.50. X & hols.

†NEW YORKER--8th Av at 34. ME 3-1000. Terrace Room, Sonny Dunham's orch & a new ice revue, "Skyway Express," starring pretty Joan Hyldoft. Dancing 6-closing. Shows 7:15 & 10:15. Luncheon show at 1:15 & dancing ex Sun, to Peter Kent's orch. L $1.10 up; D $2 up. Cov $1 after 9 ex Sat, hol eves $1.50. Children's Sat matinee. Manhattan Room, ent, no dancing. Coffee Shop. L 39c-65c; D $1-$1.50.

NINO'S--10 E 52. PL 3-9014. Charming colorful decorations, good food & unusually good service. L $1.75 up; D a la carte, entrees $2 up. Piano music in the bar 1-2:30, 6-7:30 & 9-12. Sun brunch, 1-3:30. Cocktail lounge.

OLD GOLDEN ROD--85 Washington Pl. GR 5-9285. Real New England home cooking in a cozy setting. Home-made pies and cakes. L 12-2:30; D 5-8:30. Moderate prices. X

OLD HOMESTEAD--56 9th Av (14) CH 3-9856. Trophies & oaken paneling. Succulent steaks & chops. L & D all day, $1.25 up; steaks a la carte $1.75. Bar. X  & hols.

OLDE CHOP HOUSE--118 Cedar. WO 2-8061. Opened 1800--145 years ago--it's got to be good  L & D a la carte; entrees $1.15 up. Open until 7:30 pm ex Sat 'til 2:30. Bar. X

ONE FIFTH AVENUE -- SP 7-7000. In the Main Dining Room & Bar, Business men's L 75c up; D $1.75-$2.65. Continuous ent 5:30-closing in Bar with Barbara Ashley, Tony Craig, Downey & Vonn & Hazel Webster.

ONE-TWO-THREE--123 E 54. PL 3-9131. Luxurious and intimate. Good food. Roger Stearns at piano. L from 12-3, a la carte,entrees 90c up; D 5:30 on $2.50 up. Diana, hand analyst. Closed Mon.

PACIFIC -- 30 Pell.  BE 3-0050. Cantonese cooking in Chinatown. L served 11:30-3, 50c-85c; D 4:30-9:30, 75c up. Banquet facilities. Wines & liquors.

PARISIEN--304 W 56. CO 5-2046. Continental cuisine. L & D moderately priced a la carte. Open noon-10 pm. X

PARK LANE -- 299 Park (48)  WI 2-4100. Tapestry Room or Cafe Lounge for leisurely, quiet meals or cocktails. Good food. L entrees 95c-$1.50; D entrees $1.25-$2.25.

PASSY--28 E 63. RE 4-3847. Quiet & luxurious, serving excellent French food. Roast duckling, shrimp Newburg, cherries Jubilee & other fine specialties. A la carte. L entrees $1.35-$2; D entrees $1.45-$2.50. X

PEN & PENCIL -- 203 E. 45. MU 2-9825. Steaks, chicken & lobster. L 75c-$1.15; chicken D $2.50; steak or lobster $3.25. X

[[image of cross]] PENNSYLVANIA -- 7th at 33. PE 6-5000. Café Rouge, Glen Gray's orch. D $2.50-$3.50. Cov $1 ex Sat, hols, hol eves, $1.50.

PENT HOUSE -- 30 Central Park S. PL 3-6910. Charming view of Central Park & excellent food. Arlah, palmist, at L & eves, L $1-$2; D $3-$4. Opens 5 pm Sun.

PETER'S BACKYARD -- 64 W 10. ST 9-4476. Good Italian food. Pleasant setting. L 90c; D $1.50 & la carte. Broiled shrimp, lobster & chicken cacciatora. Bar. Closed Mon.

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