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Dining and Entertainment 

DARBAR –– 44 W. 56th St. Res. Dial 4 DARBAR. 
"Dishes Outstanding, Exceptional Atmosphere,
Stunning" **N. Y. Times. "The '21' of Indian Rest." 
New York Mag. Op. Dly. A La Carte & 
Buffet Lun., Aft. Thea. Sat. & Sun. Br. 
Free Parking 5 PM-5 AM. 

INDIAN OVEN––285 Columbus Ave. (74th) North 
Indian Cuisine. Spec. Tandoori Chicken, Reco. 
by "Travel & Leisure." (Cl. M.) Tu.-Th. Din. 
5:30 to 11pm. F.-Sa. 5:30-12am. Su. 3pm-11
pm. Lun. Tues.-Sat. 12-3. 362-7567––Cr. Cds. 

MOGUL 57 –– 327 W. 57 St.––*** Only Gourmet
Indian Cuisine in N.Y.C. Walking distance to 
all Thea.'s * Lin. Ctr. Pre thea. & late supper
menu. Cocktail lounge/live Indian music. Op. 
Daily 12 P.M.-1 A.M. Credit cards. 581-1774.

RAGA––57 W. 48––757-3450 *** "The best of the
formal Indian Rest.'s in the City," M. Sheraton
N.Y.T.'s Guide to Rest. 1983. Elegant ambiance. 
L. 12-3, M.-F. Pre Thea. D. $19.75 comp. D. 5:30-
11:00 Fr. D. Park. C.C.

TANDOOR––40 E. 49 St. (Bet. Park & Mad.) N.Y.
Time says, "The handsomest ethnic restaurant in N.Y.C."
Luncheon buffet, features 30 intriguing Indian favorites $8.95. 
Din. 5:30-11PM. Cocktls. 7 days. Free parking. Tel. 752-3334.


ROSIE O'GRADY'S––800 7th Ave. cr. 52nd. JU 2-2975
Irish Contnl. Food. Open 7 Days Lunch, Dinner, and Late Night Snacks. 
Top Entertainment Nightly Featuring Dancing, Pop. Irish Music. 
Sing-A-Long Piano Bar, Hrty. Drinks. 


AAH LANTERNA––14 E. 47 St.––(off 5th Ave.)––
Follow the lighthouse to N.Y.'s newest 4 star Rest! 
Classic Northern Italian Cuisine. Open Daily for Lun. • Din. • After Theatre • R.S.V.P. 
a must. Cr. Crds. 986-7360. 

ABRUZZI––37 W. 56 St. (Bet. 6 & 5th Ave.) A 4
20 to 100 OP. 7 DAYS. TEL. IT 9-8100, 489-8111

ALO ALO –– 61 St. & 5th Ave at Trump Plaza
Reserve: 212-838-4343 Cafe Ristorante, Bar, 
Northern Italian Cuisine. 7 Days a Week, 11
A.M. to 2 A.M. Cr. Crds––Entrees $9.00 to $16.00. 
Owners Dino de Laurentiis & Ricardo Amaral.   


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ANTOLOTTI'S––337 East 49th St. "The Antolotti
 Family wants you to come home for dinner!"
 Award winning Northern Italian cuisine. Pre-
 thea. complete din. $18.00. Op. 7 days for din. 
 Lun. M.-F. Party facilities. C. C. Res. 699-6767. 

CAFE 43––147 W. 43 St. 869-4200. French-Inter-
 national Spcls: wild rice & crab meat fritters, 
 striped bass wrapped in cabbage, sautéed lamb 
 chop. Res. sug. L. M.-F. 11:30-3, D. M.-Sa. 5:30-
 11:30 S. 11:30-1:30 Closed. Sun. Cr. Cds. 

CESARE'S EAST––309 East 58th St., 751-3944––An
 Italian restaurant to please all the senses. In-
 novative pastas, game. Jackets req. L. Mon.-
 Fro., D. Mon.-Sat. Ent. nightly. Maj. Cr. Cds. 

FELIDIA RISTORANTE––243 E. 58th St. 758-1479. 
 Simply the best in its class ... it's like din-
 ing in Italy. "An outstanding restaurant where 
 everything is done 'con amore'." Jay Jacobs. 
 L. & D. M.-Sa. Noon-Mid. Cr. Cds. 

FERRANTE RISTORANTE––1294 3 Ave. (74th & 75th
 Sts.). Superb Italian cuisine. Live Music Ngtly. 
 Lun.-Mon.-Fri. 12-4, Din. Mon.-Thur. 5-12 A.M. 
 Fr. & Sat. 5-1 A.M. Cl Sun. Resv. sugg. 535-3416. 
 Credit Cards. Private Party Room. 

GIAMBELLI––46 E. 50 St.––688-2760. 3 floors
 of an elegant mansion are devoted to one of 
 NY's fin. Northern Italian rest. Excel. banquet 
 facilities in the La Scala & Wine Rooms. Open
 Mon.-Sat., noon-mid. Cl. Sun. Credit Cards. 

GIAN MARINO––Southern Italian Cuisine––"Out-
 standing" N. Y. Times. Op. Tu.-Su., L. & Din.
 221 E. 58 St. R.S.V.P. PL 2-1696. TRE SCALINI––
 Northern Italian Cuisine––***N.Y. Times 230 E. 
 58 St. R.S.V.P. 688-6888. Mon.-Sat. Lun. & Din. 

GIORDANO––When you've dined enough to know
 better. Northern Italian Cuisine. From lunch,
 din. to later after theatre dining. Cl. Sun. 
 Entertainment in Lounge. Free Valet prig. 
 409 W. 39th St. 947-3883. 

IL GATTOPARDO –– 49-45 W. 56 Street, 586-3978
 Gracious 4 Star Dining in a most authentic 
 RISTORANTE ITALIANO. Northern Italian Cui-
 suine served elegantly. Lunch, Dinner, Late
 Supper. Close Sun. AE, DC.   

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Dining and Entertainment

IL MENESTRELLO––14 E. 52 St. (bet. Mad. & 5th
Ave.) "Cuisine & Service absolutely Top-
Drawer" Gourmet, J. Jacobs, Dec. 81. Prix fixe
Lun. plus A la carte entr. Lun. 12-3 Din. 5-Mid-
nite, closed Sun. A.E., D.C. Tel: 421-7588. 

JOHNNIE'S––135 West 45th St. 997-9315, 869-5565. 
26th Anniv. in theatre district. "My Favorite 
Bistro." Harry Guardino. L. $7.95 12-3, $9.95 Dinner. Open til 1 A.M. 7 days. Celebs galore.
Bring advert for complimentary wine. Cr. Cds. 

LA VERANDA WESt –– 163 WEST 47 St. 391-0905

LE ALPI––234 W. 48th St. 582-7792. Rated***N.Y.
Times. Old World Prix fixe Dinner. Before & 
after. Specialities Mignonettes Zia teresa. Veal
Trieste. Homemade Pasta. Lunch-Dinner 'til midnite. 
Closed Sunday. Credit cards. 

LE ONDE RISTORANTE––160 E. 48 ST. (LEX. & 3rd)
Classic North Italian Cuisine. Spec's.: Pastas,
Veal, Chicken, Seafood. L., Dl., Aft. Thea. M.-F. 
Sat. D. & Aft. Thea. Piano Music Nightly & 
Lounge Fr. 6 P.M. Til Late. Cr. Cds. 

MONTE'S––97 MacDougal St. (Bet. Bleecker & W. 
3rd) Homemade Pasta, Regional Dishes include: 
Paglia E Fieno, Osso Buco, Pollo Alla
Marsala, Lun., Din., Cocktails. Credit Cards. 
Closed Tuesday. 228-91914, 674-9456. 

NICOLA'S––146 E. 84th ST. BET. LEX. & 3rd AVES.
RESERVATIONS.  249-9850.  

PATSY's –– 236 W. 56 (Bet. 8 & B'way) Gourmet: 
"Neapolitan Cuisine not to be missed. Family 
operated since 1944." 1/81. N.Y. Times. 1/79
"Main courses authentically Neapolitan."
L., D., A la Carte. Cr. Cds. Cl. Mon. Cl. 7-3491-2. 

PICCOLO MONDO –– Superior Northern Italian 
cuisine served in a romantic & intimate atmosphere. 
Frequented by top name celebrities of 
the stage & sporting worlds. Late Sup. & 
Su. 1269 1st Ave. (69th) Prkg. avail. 249-3141. 

ROCKY LEE––Originator of crispy thin crust pizza. 
Full menu of Southern italian speclts. served
every night til 4 A.M. Complete Private Rm. & 
Bar. Parties 10-200 to fit your budget. 987 2 
Ave. cor. 52 St. 752-4858. 

RUGGERO –– 194 Grand St.––IN THE HEART OF 
LITTLE ITALY, ITALIAN––Continental Cuisine, 
* Strolling Guitarist, VALET PARKING op. 7 dys. 
Sun.-Fri. Lunch, Dinner 12-12 Sat. tile 1 A.M., 
AFTER THEATRE 925-1340 Cr. Cds. 

SALTA IN BOCCA––179 Madison Ave. (33-34) 684-1757. 
It leaps into the mouth-that's Salta In Bocca." 
Dly. News 9/20/79 ** N.Y. T's 2/27./81 
by Mimi Sheraton. "The chef is an Artist & Crftsmn. 
5/81 L. D. Cktl. Lng. A.E., D.C.


BENIHANA––The Japanese Steak House––120 E. 
56 (593-1627) 47 W. 56 (581-0930). For Great
Steaks, even the old West can't beat the Far
East. Tender choice fillet of beef, shrimp, lob., 
chicken cooked Hibachi style at your table. 

ENKA OF JAPAN––167 W. 45––869-5343––Jap. cuisine 
at its best. Original Sushi Bar, Sashimi, 
Tempura, Teriyaki, Hot Pot dishes. Health Fds. 
Also 430 3 Ave. (@30th) 679-8558. 3 Ave. bet. 90
& 91 Sts. 831-3965. 3rd Ave. @ 90 St. 831-3965. 

KODAMA––301 W. 45 (cor. 8th) Only a step to B'way
Theatres. We guarantee your satisfaction with 
an Authentic Tokyo Style Sushi Bar & other
* Original Japanese cuisine. Op. 7 dys. M––Sat. 
12-3, Din. 5-12, Sun. 4-11. 582-8065. 

SUSHIKO –– 251 W. 55 St. (Btwn. B'way & 8th) 
***N.Y. Times. Original Japanese Sushi Bar, 
Sashimi, served at counter. Open Lun.-Din.-Aft. 
Thea.––M.F. 12 PM-11:30PM. Sat. 5 PM-11:30
PM. Cl. Sun. 974-9721 AE, DC, M.C. & VISA. 


CANCUN––937 8th Ave.––(55 % 56 Sts.) "Best Mar-
garitas & Pina Coladas in theatre district"––
plus Enchiladas––Chili––Mexican Steak––Seafood 
plus more. Op. 7 days. Lun. 11:30-4 PM. 
D. 4-12 Fri. & Sat. til 1 AM. Sat. & Su. Brunch. 
Priv. Party Room. Cr. Cds. 307-7307, 974-9019. 

CARAMBA I––918 8th Ave. 245-7910 & B'way @ 3rd
St. 420-9817. "The Best Mexican Food East of
the West!" Excellent southwestern Mexican 
cooking served in stunning contemporary surroundings. 
Open 7 days. Credit Cards. 

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