Bar area too smokey. Food just okay.
Love Bunker Projects! :)
As one of the oldest standing original resturaunts left in Bloomfield, Dels delivers the quality families expect, at a price they don't dread! As for Red Lion Reggae Band, WE WANT MORE! WHERE ARE THEY PLAYING NEXT?
Walked into theatre with a large tea just purchased from Starbucks, and they would not allow me to take in, presumably so that they could sell more junk food. The galleria 6 does not sell tea or coffee. A more seasoned, customer service-oriented manager would have realized that mature patrons would not dispose of the tea and turn around and buy kiddie treats - gummy bears and coke. All this unthinking manager and his staff did was irritate a customer who paid $10+ to see a movie. Don't think I'll be coming back.
From being rumshakers before I can't even believe the transformation atmosphere was great drinks were good priced and we heard food will be coming soon we enjoyed food from there free buffet the pulled pork was amazing our only complaint was the music was a bit too loud but will not stop us from making this a usual stop good luck to those guys I meet the manager his name was mike he made us feel extremely welcome also were greatly surprised about all staff seemed very happy that is a rarity now days
Went here with my friends last weekend. The place was incredible! First off, if you knew what it looked like before they re opened, you'll be shocked. They took what was a dilapitaded, fly infested, trash heap; and turned it into what I think is the coolest bowling alley in the city. It is cash only, and when we came in their ATM was out of order, so we had to walk to Toms diner and use theirs. Slightly inconvenient, but the service when we got back was incredible! The girl at the front desk was very attentive, after she rang us up the manager personally brought our shoes to our couch area and kindly explained how to operate the automated scoring system, we felt like VIP's! It cost us $20 to bowl all night, drink for free at their massive open bar, and enjoy some good music for the evening. All in all I'd say this was a spectacular experience, and that I'll most definitely be a returning customer. You have to see this place to believe it!
Great place. Friendly, fun, attentive bartenders. Clean, pool tables, dart boards, juke. Great beer and liquor selections. Awsome specials
This establishment is a nuisance in a quiet residential neighborhood.
Over-priced, over-done hipster garbage. Pretentious and lousy service with high prices to boot, this is the worst of all worlds. A true sign of the hyper gentrification of East Liberty. Where a real down home BBQ joint might have stood we now have this temple to foodie BS. I wantd to like this place but there was nothing tasty on the menu, everything was over cooked and too smoky. The sides were also rather shoddy. While it is owned by an accomplished chef, his skills do not extend into all realms of cookery. Time to shut down so a trendy yogurt chain can move in!
RUBBISH! No better than the myriad of "best fish sandwich in town" offerings at every bar in the city. Just paying for a view.
This, of course, is just an opinion of mine. I personally think good drinks and a fun atmosphere is the way to go when it comes to a bar. You absolutely cannot come in here and leave without making friends, or at very least having an amazing conversation. People watching is fun here, the cheap (strong) drinks bring in quite a interesting crowd. The music is good, it's diverse, so you don't get sick of hearing the same stuff over and over. They have a jukebox in the back if you care to take over DJing for a bit. They do have $5 pizzas. For those of you who enjoy craft beers, this is surely the place to be, as they have over 100 different kinds of crafts, and new ones in all the time that they post on facebook.com/pages/1311/… . If you've never had a craft, just ask any of the staff and they will be happy to explain them to you, and find one you're sure to enjoy based on your palate. They also have 8 big screen HD TVs, and a projector, for you to enjoy all sports games possible.
I'll admit, I am pretty biased. I'm one of their doormen, my name is Paul. On that note I'll add that I don't get paid for this, and I don't make any sort of commission. I just noticed that there are no up to date reviews on this place, so I thought I could leave some information. If you ever have any questions about anything, you are always welcome to ask me. I hope to see you at our bar soon, and I hope you leave some reviews for me to read! I'll leave a list of our specials below.
$5 Captain & Coke pitchers.
or (depending on the day of the week)
$5 Smirnoff Vodka pictures. Any flavor with any mixer you could imagine. There are 1,000's of possibilities. Some of the common favorites are Coke & Vanilla (vanilla coke), Blue Pitches are blueberry vodka with sprite and Blue Curaçao to add some color, and watermelon or strawberry vodka with cranberry juice.
$3 Fireballs or MiniBeers.
$4 Grape or Cherry Bombs.
$5 Pints of homemade Sangria. (Tastes amazing.)
$2.50 Coors Lite aluminum pints.
They also have a few beer specials, but those change by the day, stop on by to see all of those.
Great food, added a bar with great microbrews!
Great Food !!!!
Great food !!!!!!
Thie facillity is the best kept secret in Pittsburgh! The nurses , aides ,
and caregivers there are some of the most compassionate people I
have ever met.I would highly recommend using this facillity.
Kelly does an amazing job - she totally fixed my hair. I receive compliments on my color all of the time. I highly recommend!
HELP THERESA CARROLL
My name is Theresa Carroll the daughter of the late East Liberty Activist and the Founder of E.L.C.C.C at this time I am reaching out to the community pleading that on July 22nd 8:30 am I have some support the injustice treatment that I have been receiving because who my mothTher was Ora Lee Carroll who was a strong African American single mother that raised seven daughter. Yes my background was not nice suffering with an addiction, going to penitentiary, after regaining my freedom I went to school and received a associate degree in Social Work, brought a house for first time home buyer and gained a job working at Mercy Behavioral health as a Peer support worker. On May 20th 2012, my life fell apart my house caught fire from a cigarette and my insurance do not want to honor it claim. The ins...urance company trying to give me a Arson case and look like they just might get away with it. I suffer with mental health issue and comply with people who in my life that give me support due to on January 25, 2013 my mother Ora Lee Carroll died and I was in jail ,no one from jail house contacted me to make me aware I did not go to the funeral are say goodbye. I have sister Fontia Bottoms, Westaley Carroll and Delphia Jackson and they could reach me due to The Allegheny Jail over crowing they moving me to a different facility. I was incarcerated from Feb 27 2013 to September 28, 2013. I need Rick Earle or Brad Hudson to come to court and see what the system is doing to me. I was a member at Pencostal Temple Lorann Mann and he wouldn’t even help me but it was all good as long as I put offering in the basket.
The later that year, I decided to search for god found myself at Wesley AMe Zion Paster Grayson in order to be a member there where severaval task the church wanted you to doa and when I question it , Pastor Grayson no longer wanted me as a member. How can you be a Pastor and Elder at the same time? The church has property that for the pastor and his family, however he renting out the church house and brought a town house and every sunday bagging for money.
What a dump!
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