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Dining and Entertainment DELI, REST, KOSHER 2ND AVENUE DELI-156 2nd Ave. Corner 10th St. "ACCLAIMED FOR MY NATURAL CHOPPED LIVE AND HOME MADE KOSHER SPECIALITIES". Open 7 days 8 A.M. TO 11:45 P.M. Catering out speciality- Telephone 677-0606. DINING/DANCING CLUB ATHENS - 216 W. 46th - Steps from all B'way theatres. "The newest Greek Supper Club". Live music, dancing & SHOW featured Greek and Seafood Cuisine - Closed Monday. 840-7494. DIONYSOS- 304 E. 48th "A Must." N.Y.'s most popular & finest Greek Rest. Dancing & entertainment nitely. Great for PRE-AFTER-THEATER DINING. Cocktails, dinner. Open 7 days. 758-8240. PRIVE 1ST. AVENUE AND 59 ST. - 688-8778. ELEGANT, INTIMATE ART DECO DECOR BLEND WITH EXC. CUISINE & TRIO FOR FINE DINNING & DANCING. THE STORK CLUB - 12 Central Park South. In the elegant tradition, from creamy décor to Continental Cuisine. Pre-theatre dinner 5-7 PM, lunch and late supper. Dancing from 8 PM, Disco Dancing Midnite to C.C. Res. 581-7080. 37th ST. HIDEAWAY- 32 W. 37 St. Intimate Supper Club in Elegant Former Town House of John Drew Barrymore. Music-Entertainment- Dancing Nitely. LUNCHEON. COCKTAILS. DINNER. Credit Cards. Cl. Sun. 947-8940. THURSDAYS- 57 W. 58th St. -371-7777. Lush Multileveled Multitudes Of Fun and Food in this Restaurant. L. Pre-theater, D. & Late Supper. Dancing After 10 PM. Sat. & Sun. Champagne Brunch. AE, MC, DC. [advertisement]][image - wine bottle] SALIGNAC COGNAC [image - wine glass with fish in water] Who says you have to drink cognac from a snifter big enough to hold a gaggle of goldfish? With six generations of good breeding like ours, you don't have to be that stuffy. Our taste is truly rich. On the rocks. Splashed with soda. Or straight from a French cognac glass. At noon...Before dinner...Instead of the usual. Salignac Cognac. Our price is decidedly unstuffy, too. Salignac. The unstuffy cognac. Salignac. 80 proof. Imported by Maidstone Wine & Spirits Inc. 116 No. Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. 90048[[/advertisement]] DINING DISCO LA FOLIE - 21 East 61 (Carlton House) 765-1400. Sat. night fever every night in this 3 star rest. cum disco. Sup. til 1 a.m. M.-Sat. dancing til 2, later on weekends. Pre-theatre din. $15.00, cktls. piano bar & N.Y.'s only Caviar Bar too. DINING PIANO JACQUES- 210 East 58th Street- 753-5513. Elegant, sophisticated, celebrity studded Hungarian restaurant. L. Mon.-Fri.; D. Daily Til 1 AM. Live entertainment from 5. Lynn Richards Tues.- Sat. Major Credit Cards. LITTLE CLUB 2nd Ave. @ 50th Street 832-2926. N.Y.'S newest, most intimate piano bar/dining rm. feat. Cont. Specs, Cktls. fr. 5 PM, Dinner & late supper. Bob Shephard plays from 7 PM closed Sunday. Credit Cards. ENTRANCE- 227 E. 56 St. Everything you fr. an eve. out. Bar, Rest., Amer./Cont. Cuis. Fab. Dessert. Cab.-Thea. M.-Tu.-9PM. w.-Sa. 9 pm.& 11 pm., Disco everynite aft. 12 pm. op. daily 5 pm.-4 am. Cl. Sun. Maj. Cr. Cds. 421-5511. LA CHANSONNETTE - 890 2nd Ave. (47th & 48th St.) "A touch of Paris in N.Y." French Cuisine til 2 A.M. Aft. Thea. Show, Ms. Rita Dimitri sings Piaf, Aznavour, etc, mus. by Stanley Brilliance trio, res. PL 2-7320 C.C. Exquisite decor. ONDE'S-160 E.48th St. Smart New Supper Club, Featuring Split level Dining and Dancing. candlelight, soft suede walls provide elegant and Intimate Atmos. Lun. Pre & aft. Thea. Din., Cktls, til 2 am. Piano Bar, M.-Sat 752-0200 C.C. DINING/ VIEW TOP OF THE PARK-60th AT B'WAY IN GULF & WESTERN BLDG. 43 FLOORS ABOVE CENTRAL PARK. SUPERB DINING, NY'S MOST MAGNIFICANT VIEW. COMP. D. FROM $11.95. NO EXTRA CHARGE. CKTL. LNGE. 333-3800. DISCO SALLY'S-7th Ave. at 55th in the New York Sheraton Hotel. The big sound of live disco. Beautiful people, booze, music, dancing, ent., 9:30 p.m.-2:30 a.m. Never a cov. or min. Home of the famous "Disco Sally" drink. 27-8000. WEDENSDAYS-210 East 86th St. 535-8500. New York's Only Indoor Street Festival. A Disco Block Party with European Charm & sidewalk Shops & Cafes. 6 OM-4 AM Tues.-Sun.. Sun. Brunch with Dancing $5.75. AE, DC, MC. [[line]] L-Luncheon C-Cocktail D-Dinner S-Supper AT-After Theatre *Open Sunday (Oct. 1978) 70 [[end page]] [[start page]] ENGLISH RICHOUX OF LONDON - Third Avenue at 54th Street in The Market at Citicorp Center. Moderately priced English & contl. menu served 24 hrs. a day seven days a week. The perfect place before or after theatre. Credit Cards. ENTERTAINMENT CHATEAU MADRID-48th St. & Lew. Ave. PL 2-8080. "Top Latin Super Club in America." N.Y. News." Feat. world's foremost international singing & dancing stars, superb Spanish & Contl. Cuisine, dancing. Cl. Mon., Cr. Cds. DANGERFIELD'S-1118 First Ave. Rodney Dangerfield's popular night club where guests are seated on couches. Two shows nightly 9:30 & 11:30. Dinner from 8 to 3 a.m. Valet Parking Fri. & Sat. Credit Cards. 593-1650. EDDIE CONDON'S JAZZ CLUB-114 W. 54th-Relax at one of the oldest and finest feat. trad. jazz, steaks, burgs, ribs for Aft. Thea. & late Din. Balaban & Cats M.-Sat. 'til 3 am. Sct Hamilton Sun.-1:30 am. No. cov./min. C.C. 265-8277. IBIS-15 E. 50th (Bet. Lex. & 3rd) Exotic Cabaret, serving intern. cuisine feat. Vegas Floor Show, 9:30 & 12 (3 shows Sat.). "Disco "Dancing & aft. hrs. club upstairs with live band. Lun. Intern. buff. 5.50. val. Prkng., M.-Sat. 753-3884. IMPORVISATION-358 W. 44. The original showcase. In heart of thea. district. Incubator of superstars, from Pryor to Prinze. See our new crop before Carson grabs them. Fun nightly. Aft. thea. snacks. 7 nites. 9 till dawn. 765-8268. LE PETIT RESTAURANT-at the sherry Netherland Hotel, 59th & Fifth Central Park South view. Elegant décor. Great for after-theatre with name piano entertainment nightly. No cover or minimum. Moderate prices.759-9020. FRENCH A LA FOURCHETTE-342 W. 46th St. "Convenient for Theatregoers & Leisurely Dining after curtain & thea. time" Lun. M.-F. Din. M.-Sat. 5-11 P.M. A la carte spec. Moules Mariniere, Seafd. Bercy, Duckling Bigarde Cl. Sun. 245-9744. 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 RPIZE WINNER "FRENCH GASTRONOMIQUE". L DAILY 12-3 D 5-11 CL. SUN. 586-0088. CHEZ MIMI- 244 W. 48th St. (Bet. B'way & 8th) Steps From all B'way Thea. Feat. Auth. Home Cooked Fr. Cuis., Cozy Atmos. Lun.-Cktls.-Din. 7 days-11:30 A.M. to Aft. Thea. Lun. $4 to $7. Din. $8.95 to $12.95 A la Carte C. C. 581-4622. *DU MIDI-311 W. 48 St. (comfortable old brownstone) Excellent provincial French Cuisine, Open 7 Days, Lunch-A La Carte, Cocktails, Dinner - Table d'hote. Recom. By Holiday. Theatregoers' Favorite. 582-6689, 974-9097 *GAVROCHE-222 E. 58TH ST.(BET. SND & 3RD) RESTAURANT FRANCAIS - FOR INTIMATE & CASUAL DINING-NOON TIL A.M. 7 DAYS-COCKTAILS, CREDIT CARDS-TELEPHONE: 838-0279- 759-9849. LA BIBLIOTHEQUE- 341 E. 43rd St. viewing U.N. Fountains, 661-5757. Mon.-Sat. 12 to 1 A.M. Ent. Nitly. Prix-Fixe Pre Theatre Din.-Three Stars, John Canaday, Meeting and Banquet Room Available. *LA BONNE SOUPE - 48 W. 55th St. French Bistro. "You get as much good food here as you are going to find anywhere in town" - NY Times. Soups, omelettes, ground steaks, quiche & fondue. L D After-Thea. 586-7650. NEW YORK POST, WEDNESDAY, SUGUST 9. 1978 LAST NIGHT with EARL WILSON The President's Supper FOR HOURS IT WAS a great big White House mystery. Where was Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter going to have supper in New York? Just two hours ahead, the secret leaked. I got it direct from Peter Aschkenasy, operator of the U.S. Steak House: "HE'S COMING HERE!" It'd been a Secret Service secret to protect the Carters, Gov. Carey, Anne Ford, Mayor Koch and Bess Myerson on their night seeing "Ain't Misbehavin'" and going backstage. *** The President wanted to be very uh, democratic, ordering "right off the menu," sitting right out in the middle of the dining room amid the regular people. "Mayor Koch is the host, this is one of his favorite restaurants," Aschkenasy explained. Peter's wife Dorothy the Mayor's assistant for special events, was at Gracie Mansion awaiting the overnight guests, the Carters. *** [[image - photograph of Jimmy Carter] President Carter, going to the Longacre to see the Fats Waller musical tribute, heard New York's cheers and saw its protection for him. There were police on rooftops of Mamma Leone's and the Robert F. Kennedy Theater. He smile a lot - more than usual. A dog curled up in a police truck. "Sniffs out explosives," somebody said. The Melody Burlesque Theater marquee said, "WELCOME PRESIDENT CARTER," instead of headlining a stripper. *** The President, who'd waved to the audience at intermission led the standing ovation at the end, then congratulated the performers and musicians backstage. He and singer Nell Carter joked about having the same name, and a picture was taken. Then supper! The Carters bypassed cream of peanut soup, right there on the menu, and concentrated on chateaubriand for two. Gov. Carey and Mayor Koch asked for NY State white wines. The Carters indicated a preference for red. They were served a California Cabernet Sauvignon. There wasn't a martini, or three martinis, in sight. [[image--circular logo with name partly hidden--TED STATES TEAKHOUSE COMPANY USSCO.[[/]] Free Dinner Parking Late Nite Supper Menu Till 1 A.M. All Credit Cards Accepted. United States STEAKHOUSE 120 West 51st Street (Just East of Broadway) Reservations 757-8800 [[boxed advertisement--"After the theater, join me for my Irish coffee and a snack." Charley O Logo - Charley O's BAR & GRILL & BAR[[/boxed advertisement]] 33 W. 48 St., in Rockefeller Center 582-7141 71
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