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Our Italian and Chinese
Chefs are armiing... Can
Chef Giovanni from Florence insists
that his Pallo Alia Sorrentira sauteed
with eggplant, prosciutto & spinach
in a red suace then topped with
mozzerella cheese is the best Italian dish
in the Triangle area!
However, our Chinese Chef Simon Chan
thinks his General Tao's Chicken looks,
tastes & smells just as good!
Chef Giovanni interupts to add that his
Gambemi Creole, which is created with
fresh clams, shrimp, prosciutto. sauteed onion, green peppers and
sauteed mushrooms over a bed of rice, is delicious as well as the best
value in town at only M 0.95!
Chef Chan disagrees! He favors the Seafood Basket which has lobster
meat, large shrimp, scallops & king crab meat. This dish is served with
crispy vegetables in a unique potato basket and Chef Chan insists it is
the freshest seafood dish ever created!
Whose dish is best is debatable, but the fact that these are the best
Italian & Chinese Chefs in town is certain!
Let us host your next Christmas Party in our beautiful
formal China Room. Beginning with cocktails,
appetizers and finish with a sit down dinner.
Please Bring Your Friends for a Lavish
International Sunday Buf fett
Egg Plant Parmagiana Shrimp Vegetables Chicken Picante
Beef Broccoli Curry Chicken Spring Rolls
Shrimp Cocktail Prime Rib 6 mixed salads
fresh fruit & dessert
Lunch: 11:30-2:30 (except Sat)
Sunday International Luncheon
1813 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd
located nexl to Rrrndle's
children under 10 half-price
Please call Ad Talk 1-800-634-8448,
then 1519 after tone for
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THE DAILY TAR HEEL WEEKEND MAGAZINE
Trick or Treat
Sure, last year's Franklin Street All Hallows' Eve
celebration was rained out. But we've got this feeling that
this year's night of weirdness will be different ...
PAGES 8 & 9
Billy Joel, Max Q, Textones,
Grapes of Wrath and Babylon A.D.
PAGES 4 & 5
Camper Van Beethoven,
The Amateurs, B-52's, Indigo Girls,
Transactors Improv Co. and Kenny Rankin
PAGES 6, 7, & 10
The Bellarosa Connection' and 'Summer People'
PAGE 1 1
'Erik the Viking,' The Fabulous Baker Bqys,'
and 'Look Who's Talking'
PAGES 12 & 13
Great gosh a-mighty ! Look at all this stuff to do!
Kelly Thompson, Editor
RICHARD SMITH and LISA REICHLE, Assistant Editors
SARAH BARRETT, DONALD BECK, JOHN BLAND, MELINDA BOGARDUS, ED BONAHUE, BRYAN BURNS,
ALISA DeMAO, DOUG EDMUNDS, SUSANNE GEORGE, BIRSHARI GREENE, ZANDY HARTIG,
THOMAS HEALY, TIM LITTLE, GLENN O'NEAL, DARBY C. ORCUTT, NANCY PORTLOCK, BRIAN SPRINGER
PAUL STEWART, BILLY STOCKARD, BRYAN TUCKER and DAVIS TURNER, Writers
JOE SEAGLE, Copy Editor
Laura Ross, Layout
ERIK DALE FLIPPO, Design and Production