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Dining and Entertainment

BRASSERIE--100 E. 53rd (bet. Park & Lex.) Liveliness and ambiance of a European Cafe. Join us before or aft. thea., or anytime. We've op. 24 hrs. a day, 7 dyas a wek. Relaxed atmos. Tbls. or a spac. count. All maj. C.C. 751-4840

NICOLE--7th Avenue & 56th Street. 765-5108. New York's quintessential French brasserie is right here on the left bank of the Hudson. For breakfast and lunch, dinners until 3 a.m. Major credit cards.

ASTI--"The Show AFTER The Show" 13 E. 12 St. Join stars of Musicals & Opera in gay singing. Everything from Pagliacci to Pop. Great Ital.-American cuisine. Full dinner til 1 AM. Entertainment nitely from 6:30. Cred. Cds. 741-9105.

MOVENPICK--51st & 7th Ave. Perfect for before and after the theatre. A-la-Carte Menu, daily specials, Open 7 days 7 AM-Midnight. CROISSANTERIE eat in or take out--7 days till 8 PM.

CHINA PEACE--200 W. 44th St. (Cor. B'way) 354-4677. Szechuan, Mandarin Cantonese, Cktls.--7 days S.-Thur. 11:30-11:30 F. & Sat. til 1 AM Pre or aft. thea. spec. show your B'way tickets for 10% dis. cash only. Priv. Party Rm. Cr. cds.

CHINA SONG--1705 B'way at 54th St. Cl 6-6759. A B'way favorite for 30 years. Specializing in Cantonese Cooking at moderate prices. Fast service at Luncheon, Cocktails & Dinner. Party Room for Theatre Groups. Credit Cards.

DISH OF SALT--133 47th (6 & 7th) The stage-like setting, multi level, ecclectic decor contribute to make this the only world class Cantonese rest. in Thea. Dist. Classic cuisine Music by Neil Wolfe. 12 to 12 (7 dys.) 921-4242.

HO HO--131 W. 50 ST. (BET. 6th and 7th AVE.) 246-3256 FINEST CANTONESE & MANDARIN CUISINE. OPEN 7 DAYS 11:30 AM TO 12 AM--FRI. & SAT. TO 1 AM. PRIVATE PARTY RMS.--CR. CDS. DIS. PKING 5:30 P.M.-12 A.M.

BACKSTAGE AT HISAE'S--318 W. 45; Adj. to Martin Beck Thea. 489-6100. Cont. Spec.: sushi bar, smoked duck, sparkling shrimp, fettuccine & more. R.S.V.P. L. M-Sa. 12-4, D. M-Sa. 5-2 am., Sa. 4-10 pm. Bar till 4 am. Pianist nitely. Prix-Fixe Din. 8-12 A.M. $13.95. Cr. Cds. 

BROADWAY BRASSERIE--226 W. 52 St. @B'way. In the heart of the thea. dist. Warm, informal setting. Spec.: Assorted Smoked meats, boneless breast of chicken in white peppercorn sauce, pasta & fish du jour. Spec. thea. menu at $13.95. L-11:30-3. D-5:30-12 am. R.S.V.P. 315-0100.

THE MAESTRO--58 W. 65; Lincoln Center's musical best. Featuring Larry Woodard. A favorite of show business insiders. Fine dining. Lun., Din., Aft. thea. & special Sun. Brunch. 7 days. Cr. Cds. 787-5990.

THE MAGIC PAN--1409 6 Ave. (57 & 58 Sts.). 765-5080. 149 E. 57 St. 371-3266. Excellent entrees & Dessert Crépes, plus quiches & more. Cktls. & wines. Op. daily for L. Din., aft. Thea., weekend Brunch. Private Party Room. Credit Cards.

LOUISE JR.--317 E. 53rd St. 752-7832--355-9172 Casual. Italian-Continental. Spcls.: antipasto, Veal Piccata, Napoleon Pastry. R.S.V.P. Open Mon.-Fri. noon-10:30 Sat. 5-11. Complete Lunch & Dinner. Closed Sunday. Credit Cards.

ROSSINI'S--108 E. 38th St. MU 3-0135. If you have Italian Cuisine in mind, there is none better in NY. Ask those who have dined here. Open 12-12. Intimate cktl. lounge. Guitarist • Aldo Bruschi trio Sa. Eve. Cl. Sun. Cr. Cds.

*RUSSIAN TEA ROOM--150 W. 57 St. Informal Din. Elegance in charming cafe setting. Russian Spec. Rendezvous for theatre lovers & performers. Op. every day, Lun., Din., Sup., Aft. Thea., Sa. & Sun. Brunch. Credit Cards. 265-0947.

CAFE SAN MARTIN--1458 1st Ave. (Bet. 75th & 76th Sts.) Delightful Skylight Garden Atmosphere, Delicious Spanish cuisine "Angulas De Aguinana" 7 days. 5:30-12 AM. Piano nitely Sun. Brun. 12-4 PM. 
288-0470 **N.Y. Times.

L--Luncheon  C--Cocktail  D--Dinner  S--Supper  At--After Theatre  *Open Sunday (June 1985)


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O'LUNNEY'S--Delightful, casual club where full bands perform every night. Dancing is encouraged. Reasonable prices. "A citadel"--Times. Kitchen open 'til 2 a.m. Cr. cds. 2nd Ave. and 48th St. Op. 7 Days L. M.-F. 751-5470.

VICTOR's CFE 52--52 St. off B'way. Enjoy a touch of old Havana in the Thea. Dist. Outstanding seafood dishes plus 54 great entrees fr. $6.95. Strolling violins & piano music. Open daily for Lun., Din., Aft. thea. 586-7714. Reduce Pk. Rate.

CARNEGIE--55th St. on 7th. Rated The Best Deli--in N.Y.C. Over 100 great combination sandwiches, award winning cheese  blintzes. Frequented by celebrities. Rec. by The New York Times 757-2246. Open daily til. 4 a.m.

CELEBRITY--700 8th (@45th) N.Y.'s #1 Deli--1982 winner of the Fieldman award, Best Corned Beef & Pastrami in N.Y. City. The only Deli in the heart of B'way, moments from all theatres. Op. 7 days--Brkfst.-Lun.-Din.-aft. thea. 921-8070.

STAGE DELI--Rest.-Bar 7th Ave. bet. 53 & 54 St. "The best Pastrami, Corned Beef & Chopped Liver In Our Town" Daily News. Known for our "celeb. named" snd. & home made spec. own Bakeshop, before & aft. thea. 245-7850.

WOLF'S 6th AVE.--101 W. 57th St. (corner 6th Ave.) 586-1110. The Best Deli Sandwiches in N.Y. The home of the overstuffed sandwich, great corned beef, pastrami, cheese blintz. Frequented by celeb. Perfect aft. thea. Cktls. served.

ROMA DI NOTTE--137 E. 55 (Lex/3rd) Res. 832-1128 Din./aft.-show cktls./dining in romantic setting. Dan. continuous live music--late. Superb cuisine, wines, full menu til 2 am. Cl. Su. Only N.Y. Italian nitespot. Exquisito!

*S.P.Q.R.--133 Mulberry St. in Little Italy. 925-3120. Homemade Pastas--Northern & Italian Cuisine--Lun., din., Lat Sup. A la Carte--7 days. Dancing. Valet Parking for Din. Custom catering our spec. 10 to 400. Cr. Cds.

Here's one for the show.
Hold on to your ticket stub tonight. It's good for one free drink when you order any entrée on our late supper menu. Monday through Thursday, 10 p.m. 'til midnight. At the Top. 666 Fifth Avenue. 757-6662.

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The Russian Tea Room
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150 W. 57 ST., NEW YORK
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