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You Can't Top this performance!

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Before or after the theatre, the show goes on. With a spectacular 39-story view
overlooking fashionable Fifth Avenue. A perfect spot for you and your cast to enjoy dinner or late supper.

Top of the Six's
666 Fifth Avenue - 757-6662

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Make History the fabled Algonquin!
Superb Supper and Dessert Buffet - with a celebrated Cast
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Dinner: 5:30 - 9:30
Supper 9:30 on...
and on. 

Hotel Algonquin
Maitre d': Robert
59 W 44th St., New York MU7-4400

Pre-theatre Dinner Guests. Enjoy Complimentary Garage Parking all Evening (5:45 p.m - 12:30 a.m.)


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Rubbing Elbows
by Anita Summer

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[[bold]]Jean Marsh...choses DONYSOS- 04 E. 48th...[[/bold]] "Even if I didn't have two Greek uncles," said Jean Marsh, a star of the recent B'way production of [[italicized]] Habeas Corpus[[/italicized]] and "Rose" of [[italicized]]Upstairs, Downstairs,[[/italicized]] "I'd still pick Dionysos as my pet place. You never know who you'll see at the next table---Anthony Quinn, Telly Savalas, Ben Vereen, Tony Bennett or a Greek shipping magnate." Dionysos 
is great for night people like actors--the music gets under way at 9:30 and keeps going until 4 a.m. "Everybody leaves here happy, "claim owners Georgia Sambazis and Takis Stambolis. And why not? There are tasty Greek-American specialties, an authentic Greek floor show, and dancing to live disco, Greek and Latin music. 

[[italicized]]Dinner is served from 6 p.m. There's no minimum, but a $2.50 music charge after 9:30. A la carte menu - hors d'oeuvres & entrees from $2.50 and $7.95. Turtlenecks with jackets permitted. Closed Sunday[[/italicized]]

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[[bold]]John Wood...chooses LE FONTAINEBLEAU 998 Second Ave.[[/bold]] "After the split-second timing of theatre work, performers need to unwind. My way is to savor a leisurely meal in a cozy place specializing in good food." The brilliant star of Tom Stoppard's [[italicized]]Travesties[[/italicized]] finds that in New York, "Le Fontainebleau fill the bill. It reminds me of  my favorite dining spots in London and Paris." The owners Armand LeLeonnec and Roger Lozach are so proud of their Normandy cuisine, they'll gladly offer a tour of the kitchen and share unusual recipes. The house specialties are Foie de Veau au Raisins & L'Escalope de Veau Normand ($10.50).

[[italicized]]Open for dinner, after-theatre supper, and weekday lunches Closed Sun. Mod. priced a la carte menu, cocktail bar, French and AM. Wines. Ideally located (between 52nd and 53rd) for cabs to the theatre district.[[/italicized]]

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