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Dining and Entertainment PEKING DUCK HOUSE WEST ――199 Amsterdam Ave. (@ 69 st. in the Dorchester Towers. Minutes fr. Lin. Ctr.) Spec. in Peking Duck―― adv. orders not nec. M. Sheraton N.Y. Times. 7/23/82 " An except. Peking Duck," Op 7 dys. L., Cktls., Din. Su.-Th. 12-11 PM, F.-S. 12-12 799-5457 Cr. Cds. COCKTAILS/DANCING BARBIZON PLAZA LIBRARY――Ave of the Amers, 58th-59th Sts. Tel: 247-7000. Cktls: 4:30-8 pm. Comp. Buf. M-F. 5-7 pm. Dance fr 8 pm. Hrs: M-F. 4:30 pm-3 am. Sat. 9 pm-3 am. Sun. 8pm-2 am. No denim. Gent. required to wear dress jackets. CONTINENTAL LA FONDUE――43 W. 55 St. Charming European Cellar. "Outstanding" (Cue) fondues, cheese & sausage snacks, PRIME filet mignon, scrumptious desserts. L. fr. $2.25; Compl. D. fr. $7.95 A la carte fr. $2.25. to 1 AM 7 days. LE PETIT CAFE――At the Sherry Netherland Hotel, 59 & Fifth, Central Park South View, Elegant Decor. Great for after-theatre with name piano entertainment nightly. No cover or minimum. Moderate prices. 759-9029. THE MAGIC PAN――1409 6th Ave. (bet 57th & 58th Sts.) 765-5080. 149 E 57th St. 371-3266. These two charming townhouse restaurants feature a constantly changing menu with their famous crepes, a variety of contnental entrees and daily specials. Cabaret entertainment Wed., Thurs., Fri. & Sat. nights upstairs at 6th Ave. loc. Res. sug. Mod. prices. Cktls., wines. Op. 7 days for Lun., Din., aft. thea. Daily brunch Pr. part. Cr. Cds. 6th Ave. loc. is near Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. *THE SIGN OF THE DOVE――Cor. 65th & 3rd; Lavish Flowers & Plants add to mirrored enchntmnt. Piano at L. Su. Br. & Nitly. in Lnge., strolling vilnst. in Music Rm. L. Tu.-Sa. 12-3, D. 7 dys. 6-12 P.M. F. & Sa.-1 S. Br. 12-4 C. C. 861-8080. CONTINENTAL/AMERICAN ARTHURS――44 W. 56th St. 581-9765. Best value for dining in town! Singing waiter and waitress. This find is to Rest's what Chorus Line is the B'way! Private parties. Ent. from 5:30. 15% off on food with Playbill program, after 3 pm. CONSERVATORY REST.――61st & CPW (Htl. Mayflower) 581-8096. D./Mting. Oasis. Nr. Lin. Ctr., B'way, Carn. Hl. Intl. Cuis. B M.-F. 7-11. L. M.-F. 11:30-3. D. M.-Sa. 5:30-11:30. Su to 10. Su. Brunch 12-5. AE, CB, DC, MC Visa. CONTINENTAL/ITALIAN LOUISE JR.――317 E. 53rd St. 752-7832――355-9172 Casual. Italian-Continental. Spcls.: antipasto, seafood fra diavolo, Chateaubriand. R.S.V.P. Open Mon.-Fri. noon-10:30 Sat. 5-11. Complete Lunch & Dinner Closed Sunday. Credit Cards. ROSSINI'S――108 E. 38 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. CONTINENTAL/SEAFOOD CIRO's――1 Lincoln Plaza (B'way & 63rd St.) NY's most eleg. new rest. across fr. Lin. Ctr. Fresh Seafood & Cont. spec.'s dly. Spec. Filet of trout, tounedo al Barolo. Op. 7 dys. L.D. & aft. Thea. Sa. & Su. Brunch. 799-7722. Cr. Cds. COUNTRY MUSIC *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. CUBAN *VICTOR's CAFE――52 St. b'twn. B'way & 8th "The Best on B'way"――E. Wilson, N.Y. Post. Enjoy our outstanding seafood, fabulous steaks & 54 great entrees. Violins, Piano music, Skylight Room, Lun., Din., aft. thea. 7 days. 586-7714. DELICATESSEN/REST. AMERICAN CHARCUTERIE――52 St. & 6th C.B.S. bld. A new nat fd. men. has been added to the deli men. Live jazz in bar rm. If he likes pastrami or hamburger, if she likes tempura or soyburger. L. D. & late Sup. Cr. Cds. 751-5152. 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 dys――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 out "celeb. named" sand. & home made spec. own Bakeshop, before & aft. thea. 245-7850. DINING/DANCING 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., Late Sup. Ala Carte――7 days. Upstairs cabaret, Ent. & Dancing. Valet Parking for Din. Priv. Rm. for Banquet, Cr. Cds. [[line]] L――Luncheon C――Cocktail D――Dinner S――Supper At――After Theatre *Open Sunday (Sept. 1982) 72 [[end page]] [[start page]] [[double line]] Dining and Entertainment THURSDAY'S――57 W. 58 St.――371-7777. Garden like 2 level rest., with a dance floor tucked away bet. levels. New menu includes everything fr. steaks to burgers to salds. to veal cordon bleu. Op. Noon-2 A>M. Dan, aft. 11. Sun. Brunch. DINING/VIEW RAINBOW ROOM/GRILL――65 stories high, with a view that twinkles and shines. Din. & danc. cheek-to-cheek to live bands nitely; in the Grill, a dazzling Parisian-style revue & disco danc. Fr./Ital. cuis. 30 Rock. Plaza. PL 7-9090. TOP OF THE PARK――60th AT B'WAY IN GULF & WESTERN BLDG. 43 FLOORS ABOVE CENTRAL PARK. SUPERB DINING, NY's MOST MAGNIFICENT VIEW. COMP. W. FROM $15.95 NO EXTRA CHARGE. CKTL. LNGE. 333-3800. TOP OF THE SIXES]――666 Fifth Avenue, at 53rd St. 757-6662. Wine, dine and feast your eyes 39 stories above everything in midtown Manhattan. Late sup. menu for theater-goers features continental cuisine, à la cart or complete thea. dinners. Most major credit cards accepted. DISCO/DANCING WEDNESDAY'S――210 East 86th St. 535-8500. New York's Only Indoor Stret Festival. A Disco Block party with European Charm & Sidewalk Shops & Cafes. 6 PM-4 AM Tues.-Sun. Sun. Brunch with Dancing $8.95. AE, DC, MC. ENTERTAINMENT CALLBACK――8th AVE. AT 45 ST., 581-0501. B'WAY'S PIANO BAR WHERE THEA. FOLK GO TO SING AFT. THE SHOW. FEATURING BOB AMARAL, OPEN WEDNESDAY THRU SATURDAY 10 PM-3 AM. CREDIT CARDS. DANGERFIELDS――1118 First Av. Rodney Dangerfield's popular night club shows Mon.-Sat. Fr. 9:30, Sun. New talent continuously from 9 pm. Dinner from 8 to 3 a.m. Valet Parking Fr. & Sat., Credit Cards. 593-1650. Open 7 days. EDDIE CONDON'S JAZZ CLUB――144 W. 54th――Relax at one of the oldest and finest club feat. trad jazz L. W. 12-3 and Aft. Thea. & late Din. Balaban & Cats M.-Sa. til 2 am. Different Bands Su. til 2 am. No cov./nin. D. fr. 7:30 pm. IMPROVISATION――358 W. 44 Thea. Dist's. original comics' showcase. Incubator of superstars, fr. Kaufman (Andy) to Klein (Bob). Show same-day thea. stub for free over min. drink Su.-Th. Aft. thea. snacks 7 nites, 8 til 4, 765-8268. LA RONDE]――N.Y.'s newest sizzling cabaret show-lounge. Op. 5 P.M. M.-Fri. with ½ priced drink & comp. hors-d'oeuvres. Mon.-Sat. fr. 9 P.M. live entertain. For dancing & listening. At the the Sheraton Centre, 7 Ave. & 52 St. 581-1000. [[line]] [[advertisement]] [[image: color photograph of an opened bottle of B and B Benedictine Liqueur with a snifter of Benedictine on one side and a glass of Benedictine on ice on the other side]] Living well is the best revenge. B and B The drier liqueur. Imported from France. [[copyright symbol]] 1982 80 PROOF IMPORTED FROM FRANCE, JULIUS WILE SONS & CO., LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y. 11042. [[/advertisement]]
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