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World Fantasy Convention. Seventh World Fantasy Convention, Program Book - Page 9. October 30, 1981 - November 1, 1981. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 19, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1984_003/item/1158/show/1103.

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World Fantasy Convention. (October 30, 1981 - November 1, 1981). Seventh World Fantasy Convention, Program Book - Page 9. Fritz Leiber Science Fiction & Fantasy Convention Flyers & Programs. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1984_003/item/1158/show/1103

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World Fantasy Convention, Seventh World Fantasy Convention, Program Book - Page 9, October 30, 1981 - November 1, 1981, Fritz Leiber Science Fiction & Fantasy Convention Flyers & Programs, Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries, accessed November 19, 2019, https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1984_003/item/1158/show/1103.

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Title Seventh World Fantasy Convention, Program Book
Creator (LCNAF)
  • World Fantasy Convention
Date October 30, 1981 - November 1, 1981
Description Program book for the Seventh World Fantasy Convention.
Donor Leiber, Fritz; Leiber, Justin
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Science fiction conventions
  • Fantasy fiction
  • Science fiction
Subject.Name (LCNAF)
  • Leiber, Fritz
  • World Fantasy Convention
  • Beagle, Peter S.
  • Froud, Brian
  • Wagner, Karl E.
  • Garner, Alan
Subject.Geographic (TGN)
  • Berkeley, California
Genre (AAT)
  • brochures
Language English
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  • Text
Original Item Location ID 1984-003, Box 57, Folder 41
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Original Collection Fritz Leiber Papers
Digital Collection Fritz Leiber Science Fiction & Fantasy Convention Flyers & Programs
Digital Collection URL http://digital.lib.uh.edu/1984_003
Repository Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries
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Transcript BRhHHHI ^^■■■BBBBBBBB^BBHH ■■■■ Restaurants, limbs & other digressions Buttercup Bakery—3201 College Avenue (at Alcatraz), 652-6152—Mon-Fri 7am to midnight; Sat 8am to midnight; Sun. 8am-3pm—good bakery, coffee shop, a bit overpriced. College Avenue Burrito Shop—5395B College Avenue —no sit down facilities; $ Cafe Romano—2914 College Ave., 841-6871—Tues- Sat. Pizza, pasta, sandwiches, hamburgers, beer & wine. Open until late—a good bet for late night snacks; 6 7 Cornucopian—5912 College Avenue, 658-9700— French/Mediterranean cuisine. Egg Shop & Apple Press—2936 College Avenue, 548-0787—omelettes, sandwiches, etc. A bit overpriced; 8 9 10 The Noble Pie—5422 College Avenue, 653-2790—cafe and bakery, Australian meat pies, pasties, etc.; V 11 Jackson's—2942 Domingo (across from the Claremont), 843-5840—Jackson's is a liquor store, but has a nice deli section, including salads, meats, sandwiches, etc. 12 The Bread Garden—2913 Domingo (across from the Claremont), 584-3122—no sit down facilities, but The Bread Garden produces what are, for my money, the freshest and most buttery croissants in the East Bay. Also breads, danish, rolls, and other goodies. 13 Peet's—2916 Domingo (across from the Claremont), 843-1434—not a restaurant but, in addition to beans, etc., you can get the best fresh, hot coffee in town here. Peet's coffee and Bread Garden croissants make an elegant snack. Telegraph Avenue 14 Casa de Eva—2826 Telegraph Avenue, 540-9092— Mon-Fri llam-lOpm, Sat. 3:30pm-10pm, closed Sundays. Decent Mexican food, tends to be crowded in the evenings. Has the advantage of being next door to Dark Carnival, so you can buy something to read over lunch; 15 Trattoria—2805 Telegraph Avenue, 848-4491—more types of pasta than you can shake a noodle at; $$ 16 Blondie's Pizza—2340 Telegraph Avenue, 548-1129— they deliver. 17 Phoenician—2441 Dwight Way (quarter block west of Telegraph) 843-5788—I love this place—it's probably my Lebanese ancestry showing. They do a "Mezeh" appetizer—generous portions of Baba Gonoush, Humis Ba Tehini, and like, which is adequate for three or more people as an appetizer, or one hungry person for dinner. And they have great lamb: I especially recommend the Laham Mishwi (lamb shish-ka-bob); cc, $-$$, V, WA Shattuck Avenue 18 Poulet—1685 Shattuck at Virginia, 845-5933, Mon-Sat 10:30-7; lunch 11:30-2:30. Calls itself a gourmet chicken deli & restaurant, everything from garlic-lemon chicken to spicy eggplant salad to frittata. Also take-out; $-$$, cc, V. 19 Warszawa—1730 Shattuck, 841-5539—reservations advised; Sun-Thur 5:50-10:00pm, Fri-Sat 5:30-11:00pm, closed Tuesday—I know a melancholy expatriate Pole (perhaps all expatriate Poles are melancholy) who claims that while the food isn't as good as what his 10 momma makes, it's good enough. Rather germanic in concept, large portions, pretty atmosphere. If you love your sour cream and dill (and I do) you'll like Warszawa; $$, cc 20 Shinobu—2777 Shattuck Avenue, 549-3486—closed Mondays; My personal favorite in Japanese restaurants, Shinobu is small, relaxed, friendly, and inexpensive. Good sushi, sashimi on Fridays and Saturdays, beer, sake. They have plans to open a sushi bar next door, but I don't know if it will be open by the end of October. While you're there, stick your head into the Berkeley Bowl market, with which the restaurant shares a building. Lots of good, fresh produce, reasonably priced, and a good fish market to boot. Used to be a bowling alley with gutters that leaped up and snatched at balls—I like it better now; $, cc, V, WA 21 Salerno—2468 Shattuck, 549-2662—Mon-Fri 11am- 12midnight, Sat & Sun 5pm-12midnight—good pizza & pasta; $ 22 Cafe Bistro—2271 Shattuck Avenue, 848-3080—seafood, nice bar; $-$$ 23 Chez Panisse—1517 Shattuck Avenue, 548-5525— There are really two restaurants hidden here, the downstairs which is elegant, expensive, and superb (and reservations are required), and the upstairs, which is informal, elegant, and is more of a cafe than a restaurant. Also less expensive, and they provide good meals and glorious pocket-sized pizzas with the most astonishing things in them; $-$$$, cc 24 Sibony—1700 Shattuck Avenue, 843-2594—Cuban bar and restaurant, live entertainment; $$, cc 25 Cocolat—1481 Shattuck Avenue, 843-3265—Not a restaurant, but a chocolate lover's wet dream. Try the truffles and you'll never be the same. (You'll never weigh the same, either, but they're worth it.) 26 Cleo's—2045 Shattuck Avenue, 548-2536—French, casually elegant; as of this writing I've not eaten there, but have heard very good reports from friends. 27 Pierro's—2283 Shattuck Avenue, 849-1273—pizza and some pasta, beer & wine; University Avenue 28 Au Coquelet—2000 University Avenue at Milvia, 845-0443—Open 7 days a week, 6am-2am, Sunday brunch 9am-4pm, a la carte menu 1 lam to closing— 35% non-smoking—good desserts & coffee, family style dinner, good Sunday brunch. Dinner $10.00 for five courses (soup, salad, entree, dessert, carafe of wine) Charcuterie & patisserie, available for take-out 29 Siam Cuisine—1181 University Avenue, 548-3278— 5:50pm-10pm, Fri & Sat open until lam—late supper served from 10pm. Thai cuisine may be the hottest food going, and is certainly among the best. Lots of coriander, lots of chili, lots of taste. Nice atmosphere, beer & wine (try Thai beer, it's pretty good); $-$$, cc, V. 30 Ay Caramba!—1901 University Avenue (at Grove), 841-1298; Sun-Thurs until 9pm, Fri-Sat until 10pm. Organic beef burritos; the beef is marinated, then shredded, cooked in safflower oil, heaped in a tortilla with beans, lettuce, and rice. Great sauces, beer, the burritos go from about $ 1.50 to about $3.00 and are, for my money, the best fast burritos in the Bay Area; V. 31 Taiwan—2071 University, 845-1456—Chinese, mostly Mandarin, Szechuanese, Hunanese—usually pretty crowded, but the menu's large and the food is good; ~>, cc, V. ■,.v:-