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[[center]] DINING AND ENTERTAINMENT [[/center]] This page is made up of two columns. [[The first column:]] PATSY'S-236 W. 56 (Bet. 8 & B'way) Gourmet: "Neapolitan Cuisine not to be missed. Family operated since 1944." N.Y. Times, 1/79. "Main courses authentically Neopolitan,' L.,D., A la Carte. Cr. Cds. Cl. Mon. CI 7-3491-2. 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 S. Eve. Cl. Sun. Cr. Cds. SCARLATTI-34 E 52 St. Bet. Park & Madison **** "Where the authenticity of the cuisine is matched only by the elegance of the surroundings." Lunch & Dinner Mon. thru Fri. Din. only on Sat. Please call 753-2444 for res. TUCANO RISTORANTE-333 E. 60th (adj. Club A) 308-2333. Ultimate in Italian Cuisine, Magnificent Ambiance. Din. Tu to Su. from 7 P.M. Specialties: Carpaccio de Salmone (Fresh marinated salmon) & Penne dei Kremlin (pasta with vodka) Am. Exp., Diners. VILLA MOSCONI-69. Macdougal St. (Bleecker & Houston) Greenwich Vill. Landmark outstanding North. Italian Cuis. warm friendly setting-owner/chef. Fresh pasta made daily-open M.-Sa.-noon-11 P.M. Cr. Cds. 673-0390-674-0320. [[center of column]] JAPANESE [[/center of column]] 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. [[center of column]] MEXICAN [[/center of column]] ARRIBA ARRIBA!-9th @ 51st. 489-0810. HELL'S KITCHEN IS COOKIN' MEXICAN-SIZZLIN' FAJITAS, CHICKEN MOLE, HOMEMADE CHILE RELLENOS AND TAMALES. OPEN DAILY L.D. & AFT. THEATER. CREDIT CARDS. CANCUN-937 8 Ave. (55&56)"Best Peach Margaritas & Pina Coladas in Thea. Dist. Fajita Cancun. Enchilada-Chili-Mex. Steaks-Seafood & more. 7 days. L. 11:30-4 pm. D. 4-12 F. and Sa. til 1 am. Sa & Su. Br., P. Rm. C.C. 307-7307. CARAMBA!!!! -8th Ave & 54th, B'way & 96th, B'way & 3rd, Third Ave and 88th. "THE BEST MEXICAN FOOD EAST OF THE WEST...served in stunning contemporary surroundings. Open 7 days, All Major Credit Cards. [[/first column]] [[The second column:]] VIVA PANCHO-156 W. 44 St. (B'way & 6th) 944-9747. "Home of the Sizzling Fajitas." Lunch Spec. $6.25 incl. Margarita. Monday Nite "All You Can Eat" 6.95. Happy House 4-7 pm. Mon. thru Fri. Open 7 days. Credit Cards. ZONA ROSA B'WAY-New York's Superior Mexican Cafe. Finest Mexican food. Reservations seriously suggested! 142 West 44th St. (B'way & 6th) 354-4444. Zona Rosa East (between 2nd & 3rd) 759-4444. Open 7 days. Cr. Cds. [[center of column]] RUSSIAN [[/center of column]] ST. PETERSBURG-160 E. 64th St. (Lex. & 3rd)-Cuisine of old Russia "Just French enough to be perfectly Russian." Shashlyk, Blini, Caviar, Magret De Canard aux Pruneaux. Russian/Gypsy music. Op. M.-Sa. L - High Tea - D. - Late Supper. Priv. Parties. 486-7707. Cr. Cds. [[center of column]] SEAFOOD [[/center of column]] KING CRAB-871 8th Ave. (cor. 52 St.) Fresh Fish Daily-Moderate Prices-Lun. Entrees $3.75-$4.95 Din. a la acarte $4.95-$8.95. Incl. Garlic Bread, Sal., Rice or Pot. Cktls. & Bar 7 days 12-12 765-4393. K.C. Place 807 9th Ave. 246-4258. KING OF THE SEA-808 7th Ave. for. 52 St. (opp. Sheraton Cen.) N.Y.'s newest & most elegant Rest. Bouiliasse, Lobst. Thermidor, Dover Sole, Steaks. 7 dys. 12-12 midnight. M.-F. 4 P.M.-12 P.M. Sa. & Su. Piano Music PL 7-35222. C.C. SEA PALACE-608 9th Ave. at 43 St. "Ocean Fare Extraordinate" w/Thai accent. Mod. Priced Spclties incl. Live Maine Lobster stfed. w/ Crabmeat, Shrimp Bangkok, Red Snapper en Papilote, Thai Chicken Sate' & More. Kit. til midnt. Bar. Cr. Cds. 307-6340. THE SEA GRILL-19 W. 49 Rockefeller Plaza-246-9201. Op. daily. L. from noon-3 PM; Din. 4 PM-11PM; Sun. 5 PM to 9 PM. Pre-theatre din. 5 PM-6:30 PM. Ex. Sun. Free Parking Rockefeller Center Garage aft 5:30 PM. Cr. Cds. [[center of column]] SPANISH [[/center of column]] FUNDADOR-146 W. 47 St. in Theatre District. "The Classic Cuisine of Spain." Lunch, Dinner, Cocktails, after Theatre Dining-7 days. Recommended by N.Y. Times, Gourmet, N.Y. Mag. & A.A.A. Fr. Park fr. 5 P.M. 819-0012. MESON BOTIN-145 W. 58th. 265-4567. OUR ATMOSPHERE IS RELAXING - OUR CHEF IS BASQUE, PRE-THEATRE DINNER $12.95…TAPAS BAR. CREDIT CARDS. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEKK. AFTER THEA. DINING. [[/second column]] Single line L-Luncheon C-Cocktail D-Dinner S-Supper At-After Theatre *Open Sunday (Apr. 1987) [[left]] 64 [[/left]] [[next page]] [[Column on left side of page]] SEVILLA-62 Charles St. (West 4th St.)-A Village Landmark Famed for its Paella A La Valenciana. Recom. by Cue.-N.Y. Times & Gourmet Lunch, Dinner, Cocktail Lounge. Parties Cr. Cds. 7 days-929-3189. SPANISH TABERNA-203 W. 38 St. (COR. 7th AVE.) 221-6458. CLASSIC CUIS. SERVED IN AUTHENTIC ATMOSPHERE-OPEN MON.-SAT. 11:30 AM.-10:30 PM-LUN.-DIN.-COCKTAILS-PRE-THEATRE LOBSTER DIN. FR. $10.95. CR. CDS. [[center of column]] SPANISH/CUBAN [[/center of column]] VICTOR CAFE 52-236 W. 52-The Glitter of Old Havana. Authentic Cuban Cuisine.-Blackbean Soup, Stone Crabs, Creol, Paella, plus 54 great entrees. Strolling Violins & Piano Music-in tropical skylight rooms-Tapas at Bar.-7 dys. Lun., Din., Aft. Thea. 587-7714. [[center of column]] SPANISH/MEXICAN [[/center of column]] EL JEREZ-234 W. 56th St. (Bet. 8th & B'way) "The best for Spanish & Mexican Cuisine-*N.Y. Post 8/78. Cocktails-Lunch-Dinner-Credit Cards. Open 7 days. Parking at reduced rates next door. 765-4535, 245-9817. [[center of column]] THAI [[/center of column]] BANGKOK CUISINE-885 8th Ave. (Bet. 52 & 53 Sts.) New York's first Thai Rest. serving authentic Thai cooking to your taste. Open 7 days Mon.-Sat. 11:30-11:30 Sun. 5 P.M.-11:30. 581-6370 & 664-8488. Major Credit Cards. PONGSRI THAI-244 W. 48 (8 & B'way) in Thea. Dist. Owner/Chef Pongsri Prepares Thai Dishes, Noodles, Beef, Seafood, Pork, L., D., Aft. Thea., 7 dys. 11:30 A.M.-11:30 P.M. 582-3392. Also 106 Bayard St. (Chinatown)** N.Y. Times 349-3132. SEEDA THAI-309 W. 50 St. off 8th Ave. 586-4040. Exotic & fine Thai fd.: Mee Krob, Sate', curry & veg. ** N.Y. Times. *** Village Voice. Wine & Liq. 7 dys. l. d., aft. thea. Weekend only Dinner. Cr. Cds. SIAM INN-916 9TH AVE. (BET. 54TH & 55TH ST.) "EXOTICE & FINE SIAMESE CUISINE PREPARED BY CHEF-OWNER,"** N.Y. TIMES, N.Y. MAGAZINE & THE VILLAGE VOICE. OP. 7 DYS. L., D. & AFT. THEA. SAT. & SUN. DIN. ONLY. CR. CDS. 489-5237. [[center of column]] WINE RESTAURANT [[/center of column]] TASTINGS-@The Intl. Wine Center-West Side-144 W. 55 St. (btw. 6 & 7 Ave.) 757-1160 E. Side-953 2nd Ave. (btw. 50 & 51 St.) 644-6740. "Famouse for its excel. cuis. & N.Y.'s largest selec. of fine wines by the glass." Daily tip 11 pm. c.c. [[/column]] [[Advertisements down right side]] First box: Cafe San Martin Continental Cuisine Sunday Brunch-Piano Nightly 1458 First Ave. (at 76th St.) 288-0470 Second box: Dance to live music-dine in a romantic grotto until the wee hours. New York's only Italian night club. The food is…superb! ROMA di notte 137 E. 55th St.-Res. 832-1128 Third box: SILVERBIRD [[I is a feather]] New York City's 1st Native American Restaurant 505 Columbus Ave. (84th-85th) 877-7777 Fourth box: [image of a lobster] SPANISH TABERNA RESTAURANT LUNCH-DINNER-COCKTAILS MON.-SAT. 11:30 AM-10:30 PM 203 W. 38 St. Cor. 7 Ave. 221-6458 Fifth box: [[image of double headed eagle] St. PETERSBOURG CUISINE OF OLD RUSSIA Russian/Gypsy Music Lunch - Dinner - Late Supper HIGH TEA 160 East 64th Street 212-486-7707 Sixth box: VANESSA [[unknown logo]] Pre-Theatre Dinner 5:30 - 7:30 Fine French American Novelle Cuisine 7 days Noon - Midnight - Continental Lunch Best in West Villa - 289 Bleeckr St. (off 7th) Reservations 243-4225 Seventh box: [[logo of a man riding a horse]] VIVA PANCHO Home of the Sizzling Fajitas 156 W. 44th ST. (bet. B'way & 6th) Tel: (212) 944-9747 - Credit Cards Open 7 Days - Lunch-Cocktails-Dinner Happy Hour 4 to 7 PM (Mon. to Fri.)
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