The Polish Nook Restaurant, at 2242 Cudaback near 24 th St. in Niagara Falls, is offering a unique dinner and entertainment package for Saturday Oct. 8 that includes dinner and a concert at Kleinhans Music Hall.
The concert will feature clarinetist Sal Andolina with the Buffalo Philharmonic Big Band playing a tribute to the “King of Swing”, Benny Goodman.
Andolina has played at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and with the Tonight Show Band on the Johnny Carson show. He and the BPO will be performing songs from Andolina’s album “Like Benny and Me.”
But a night of great music in a world-class concert hall is only part of the package.
The Polish Nook Restaurant will be offering fine dining too with a sumptuous choice of either New York Strip Steak or tasty Sea Bass as the main entrée. The dinner package also includes a choice of potato (baked, parsley or fries), steamed medley of fresh vegetables, coffee or tea, and the Polish Nook’s famous frozen pumpkin ice cream pie for dessert.
Included also in the package – set modestly at $99 which along with dinner and choice center B section tickets at Kleinhans Music Hall – is elegant transportation from the Polish Nook to the concert as patrons ride the Nook’s comfortable 24-passenger coach to the concert hall and back to the restaurant after the show.
Dinner starts at 5:30 pm on Saturday, Oct. 8 and the Polish Nook shuttle leaves at 7:15pm.
The concert begins at 8pm.
Call 282-6712 to make reservations.
The Polish Nook serves authentic Polish food in the time honored way and also choice steaks and fresh fish.