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THE MAGIC PAN - Distinguished French & Hungarian Creperie located in a beautiful French townhouse at 149 E. 57th St. (371-3266) Luncheon, Dinner & Late Supper. Open 7 days. Garden dining. Private Parties. MC, BA, AE.

MARY'S - 42 BEDFORD ST., A VILLAGE LANDMARK, REC. BY TIMES, GOURMET, CUE, N.Y. MAG., ABRUZZI SPECIALTIES - (LUNCH. DINNER. COCKTAILS.) OPEN 7 DAYS TEL. CH 2-9588.

MICHAEL'S NEW PUB
ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY
211 EAST 55TH STREET PL 8-2272

Marian McPartland 11/20-12/31
Teddy Wilson Trio 1/1-1/28

MOLFETAS RESTAURANT AND BAR - 307 W. 47 St. JU 6-9278, 581-0674. In the heart of the theatre district. Real Greek home cooking at moderate prices - Spanakotyropita, Shish Kebab, Moussaka. Hosts - The Fillos Brothers

MYKONOS - 349 W. 46th. 541-6150. Luncheon pre-theatre D & S fr. 11:45 am. Vasilis Manioudakis Orch., champion of bouzouki, Dimitris Tsagrounos. Singer Tonis Vavatskos. Classical Belly Dancer, Kapi Lindos. Private rooms.

THE RAINBOW GRILL - Rockefeller Center, 65th floor. December 10th thru January 5th Duke Ellington. Shows at 9:15 and 11:15 pm. Dinner Show seating from 6:30 to 8:00. Cocktails, Dinner or Supper. Reservations. 757-8970.

RINCON DE ESPANA – 226 Thompson St., N. Y. Times – "one of the best Spanish kitchens in N.Y." Spec. octopus & shrimp a la Carlos & Paellas, Flamenco Guitar nightly. L.-D.-C. Credit cards. Cl. Mon. 260-4950, 475-9891

ROCK GARDEN OF TOKYO – The only unique Japanese Yakiniku (Broiled Meat) Steak House in N.Y. Exquisitley served at YOUR OWN PRIVATE TABLE in an atmosphere of Japanese elegance. 34 W. 56th 245-7936. Maj. Cards

SPINDLETOP – 254 W. 47th ST. CI 5-7326 THE BEST STEAKS & PRIME RIBS IN N.Y.
ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY
DANCING SATURDAY NIGHT
AFTER THEATRE SPECIALS FROM $3.95

STEAK & BREW RESTS. – 221 W. 46,-B'way & 51; 12 & 5; B'way at 68; 400 E. 57; 260 W. 23; Boneless sirloin, N.Y. Cut, plus unlimited Salad & Beer – $4.95. Other ent. fr. $2.95 Casual. 4:30 P.M.; Sun. from 1:00 P.M.

TOP OF THE PARK – 60TH ST. AT B'WAY LOCATED IN GULF + WESTERN BLDG. 43 FLOORS ABOVE CENTRAL PARK. SUPERB DINING WITH NEW YORK'S MOST MAGNIFICENT VIEW. COMPLETE D. $7.95-$11.50 333-3800.

WALLY'S – 224 W. 49 St. WALTER GANZI JR. OF THE PALM RESTAURANT WENT WEST TO OPEN WALLY'S. STEAKS & WHALE SIZE LOBSTERS ARE FABULOUS. GREAT FOR LUNCH, PRE & AFTER THEATRE DINING. 582-0460

YOUR FATHER'S MUSTACHE – 7th Ave & 10th St. 675-4630. Old fashion fun & food at old fashion prices. Sing along with Ed Sullivan's favorite banjo band. Present this book for FREE admission. 8:00 pm till late, 7 nites.

New York's leading restaurant tours find Playbill Dining Guide effective. For information about space (when available), call 682-9100, extension 723.

A Critic's Choice
by Emory Lewis

Everybody's talking about GREAT AUNT FANNY'S at 340 W. 46th St. Gregarious Bill Cressler and Margie Baldwin, who have labored in the business offices of several stage and film ventures, have just opened a restaurant for actors. There are inexpensive burger and egg dishes along with more ambitious fare. The home-made pies are spectacular. Enjoy their superb collection of tapes of theatre tunes and rare early Billie Holiday recordings.

James Coco, George C. Scott, and Henry Fonda are among the members who have been dropping in at JACK DELANEY'S STEAKHOUSE at 72 Grove Street these fall nights. The reasons are a new owner, a new menu with an Italian accent, and pianist Murray Grand with a bulging portfolio of showtunes. The new owner is Paul S. Brancella, who got his training uptown at Mama Laura's. Try his sinfully succulent scampi.

The Hibernians are coming. In fact, they're in full charge of an old mansion at 22 East 54th Street, directly across the street from the salon of hair stylist Kenneth. REIDY'S is darlin' Irish pub, presided over by a lot of Reidys from County Limerick. The prices are unreasonably low. The bar is noisy and joyous. The Irish lamb and vegetable stew is fit for Gaelic kings, and the bread pudding has a downhome flavor.

Four romantics everywhere, LA CAVE HENRI IV is the place, a few steps down at 227 East 50th St. Candle-lit and casually elegant, this cozy rendezvous has inspired countless proposals, including marriage. The Gallic cookery is inventive, and the prices are surprisingly moderate. The thin crêpes plumped out with chopped seafood and memorable appetizers. And try the unusual bread pudding, prepared with black cherries and top with a delicate vanilla sauce. At the piano is Paul Mann.
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