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New Castle news. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1945-????, May 29, 1946, Image 8

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8 • NEW CASTLE NEWS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1946 BON APPETITE PAR MONSIEUR GOURMET (A Guide to Good Eating Places) Seeing as how M. Gourmet is strictly a traditionalist in the matter of the mechanics of eating his dinner, you can imagine the doubts and misgivings with which he accepted an invitation from friends to partake of some \Chicken in the Ruff\ at the Cross­ roads Bowling Alleys and Restaurant, corner of Bedford Road and Lexington Avenue in near Mount Kisco. As described to Gourmet this specialty of the house sounded like some other barbaric American table custom of the type that is often anath­ ema to a real Continental. For you see, you must eat this dish with your fingers which, your grandmother may have told you, really were made before forks. Southern Fried Chicken and French Fries A basket is popped in front of you that contains southern style fried chicken, french fried potatoes, and serviette, but no cutlery. Gourmet who may have come to scoff, it must be con­ fessed, remained to lick his fingers and murmur contentedly into an empty basket of well cleaned chicken bones. For the chicken was deliciously cooked to a golden brown and the french fries were the substantial and tender kind that are neither too greasy nor too dry. <> Bar Offers Many Brands of Scotch It was a surprise to Gourmet to find at the Crossroads a fine big, high-ceiling dining room that could comfortably accommo­ date about fifty people. He had always considered the establish­ ment a place for bowling only and not being addicted to strenu­ ous exercise in any form had never ventured in before. But be­ sides the dining room there is a fine big bar which was amazing with many brands of Scotch whiskey to choose from. Roadside Stand, Too Also there is a roadside stand which offers that luxury of curb service and those snacks of food like hamburgers, franks, etc., desserts and beverages which people on the road so relish. Bowling Goes On All Summer A friendly, agreeable and attractive waitress always enhances good food for M. Gourmet and such were the unmistakable quali­ fications of Nita who did the serving and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos Pascale, proprietors of the Crossroads. The four­ teen bowling alleys at the other end of the building are specially tended by Carmina and Charles Schulze and the demand for this pastime is so great locally that it has been decided to keep the alleys open and active all during the Summer months. Other Dishes With Knife and Fork You needn't stay away if you happen to like the sound of \Chicken in the Ruff\ while your spouse doesn't like the idea of eating with fingers. There are numerous other dishes such as Roast Beef, Sirloin Steak, Franks and Beans all of which are served with the customary eating utensils. The \Chicken in the Ruff\ costs $1.25 and the other entrees proportionately priced. Cakes, pies and ice cream are offered for desserts but Gourmet passed these up as he usually does when he finds the main course especially satisfying. Crossroads Bowling Alley & Restaurant Joyce Williams Is Married To Joseph Kenney In the second wedding of the day at St. Francis Church, Joyce Williams of 18 Terrace Place, Mt. Kisco, was married to Joseph Kenney in an afternoon service on Saturday, May 25. A family reception was held in the evening at the Club Bar which is owned by the groom's parents, James and Katherine Kenney. The toride is the daughter of Leslie Williams, who gave her in marriage, and Mrs. John T. An­ drews. The best man was Frank Nicholas while the ushers were Spud Genovese and John Barry. Elizabeth Clum is UN Contest Winner Mrs. Helen Archibald served as matron of honor. Mr. Kenney was recently dis­ charged from the army after a lengthy period of service in Alas­ ka and the Aleutian Islands. Mrs. Kenney has been employed as secretary for Stewart and Fe- trillo in Mt. Kisco. On Monday, May 20th, in the New Rochelle High School, Eliz­ abeth Club, senior in the Horace Greeley School, was awarded one of four Westchester $5.00 prizes for outstanding excellence in the Twentieth National Student Con­ test conducted 'by the American Association for the United Na­ tions. Eighteen hundred schools rep­ resenting every state in the United States participated in this contest which took the form of an examination given in each registered school on April 12th, 1946. Each student was required not only to answer examination ques­ tions on the United Nations or­ ganization, tout also to write an editorial welcoming the United Nations to this country. The contest in which five Hor­ ace Greeley seniors took part was conducted by Miss Alice M. Barry, Senior Social Studies Teacher. NOW OPEN! Imperial House And Cocktail Lounge Serving Exceptionally Line Lunches and Dinners LIBERTY AND COMMERCE STREETS Hawthorne, N. Y. Tel. Pleasantville 902 Rome Restaurant OPEN TWENTY FOUR HOURS DAILY CLOSED SUNDAYS 11:00 A.M. Phone 1272 Manville Rd., Pleasantville GOOD FOOD FOR GOOD HEALTH PLEASANTVILLE I 0 w 0 \ i PARFROYAL RESTAURANT I COCKTAIL LOUNGE OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK Special Chicken Chow Mein Twice Weekly: Tuesdays & Thursdays 30 EAST MAIN STREET Delectable Meals Served RESERVATIONS FOR PARTIES MT. KISCO \ Twin Diner Open 7 Days a Week Hours 6:00 A.M. to 1:00 A.M. LA PIZZA served every night from 7:00 P.M. PIES, BUNS, PASTRIES CAKES TO ORDER All Baked on Premises Phone 346 S. Greeley Ave. Chapnaqua Briar Oaks Restaurant Saw Mill River Road—Between Briarcliff and Millwood Full Course Turkey Dinner $1.50 All Turkeys Home Grown Dinner Served From 5:30 P. M. Dancing From 9 P. M. to Closing ERNEST FLOHE, Proprietor Tel. Briarcliff 2864 NICK'S FIRESIDE RESTAURANT - BAR Restaurant Open Daily Except Tuesdays 11 a. m.—8 p. m. Weekdays 12:30—8 p m. Sundays HOME COOKED FOOD We Do Our Own Baking Special Sunday Dinners $1.00 - $1.75 391 Manville Rd., Pleasantville Phone Pleas. 991 MUSIC HEAD Paul Herrington, instrumental music teacher of the Horace Greeley School, was elected president of the Westchester Music Men's Association at a meeting in the home of Paul Koehler, retiring president. PLEASANTVILLE INN And Cocktail Lounge Give yourself and the family a treat Dinner is served from 5 P. M. HAVE YOUR DELICIOUS DECORATION DAY DINNER HERE D. Marcello, Prop. Phone Pleas. 636 160 Marble Ave., Pleasantville 156 Main Street Tel. W. P. 9327 White Plains, N. Y. If You Want Real Chinese Food SEE PERRY! Chinese - American Cuisine Daily Luncheon and Dinner Cantonese Family Dinner Our Specialty All Foods are put up in sanitary containers to take out Private Dining Rooms for All Occasions OPEN SUNDAY \CHICKEN - IN - THE - RUFF\ —is really something to crow about. No knives, no forks, just delicious fried chicken served in a wicker basket. Try it once and you'll always want CHICK- EN-IN-THE-RUFF! EAT IT HERE OR TAKE IT HOME Curb Service Soft Drinks — Sandwiches Hot Dogs — Hamburgers DRIVE-IN to the CROSS ROADS BOWLING ALLEY AND RESTAURANT Phone your order: Mt. Kisco 9006

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