The PGH BBQ Co. is fantastic, I always visit when they partake in food truck roundups at the Pittsburgh Public Market in the Strip District and can't day one thing bad about their food...Pat and Mike are fantastic owners who are passionate about their food and their customers, IMO their new venture is an asset to this great city, here's to many years of success!
Best brisket in western PA is located on Route 28 north in the borough of Hawthorn at Tuff's Smokin' Grill, well worth the drive, come early before it sells out!! Check it out on Facebook
I miss you more than you could ever know. You were the cheese to my cracker. Quite literally. Love, Teecie
@ClevelandRocks Diners across the nation have making melts of all varieties for decades. Plus, just about every major city has a fancy grilled cheese/melt joint. The point is there are lots of places that are serving up delicious lactose-filled creations...just be happy you have one too!
How lazy, this is an obvious rip off of Melt Bar and Grilled.
They close at 1 : don't believe them...I was watching the baseball game. went into overtime...on a Saturday, after watching the 2nd game of Nationals vs. SF giants 18 th inning.
tied...they TURNED IT OFF!!!!!!!!!!! because it was 5 minutes after 1 pm on Sat we were there watching the game for 2 hours....and turned it off! we would b down in 10 minutes. website says closes at 2 on weekends. RUDE STAFF! who does stat???
Mild as opposed to bold (think chicken vs. duck), but intense vs. bland (think poached chicken vs. roasted).
I've been a fan of Cole Café for years. It doesn't need to be anything more but what it is - a diner with solid, dependable output, and ensures sure your cup doesn't go empty. The specials sometimes surprise you - like the quiche - and they hit the spot as well.
How can something be both mild and intense?
I've been three times this year - once for my birthday for a prix-fixe meal on a weeknight that featured oeufs meurette (think the classiest eggs and bacon in a bacon wine sauce, served with perfect toast points), lamb with a brown sauce, and a simple galette with a birthday candle; once as a French teacher at lunchtime for the student prix-fixe meal that allowed my students all to experience an entree, dessert, drink and tip for a very affordable price (so affordable we sprung for the escargots, and boy were they great!); and once with my aunt for a week-end dinner with all the fixings and a shared bottle of organic Cote du Rhone wine. All I can say is - oh la la! The servers spoke French with me the entire time (I happened to get each of the French servers once, and one of them twice, although I've seen some very capable English-only waiters at nearby tables), and I felt like I was sitting in Paris - no pressure from service, perfectly appointed meals and tables, time to talk, no pressure to leave. It was wonderful. I'd go every month if we could, and I think we're about overdue! Go, Allez-y, c'est excellent!
I would have to be there the same day the critic visited. My experiences. Yes i said experiences have been horrible. First off we've had to wait about 10 minutes just for someone to come acknowledge our presence. Our food takes about 20 minutes to come. The yams or sweet potatoes whatever they are may as well have been mashed. Mac n cheese had no flavor and it wasnt cheesy. Oh Troy asked how we liked the food. I told him my mac n cheese had water at the bottom of the bowl. He said it was milk. Sigh. Clear milk huh. We keep going because my boyfriend wants to support a black business owner. Quite frankly im fed up. How much support does he need if the food n service are terrible?
We have really enjoyed this place since it opened, including the excellent service. And do not miss the rice pudding!
I agree totally and frequently eat there as the food is fabulously fresh and unusually prepared.. the owner is gracious; making each visit feel like a welcome to his own home..
Boris is a fabulous chef! The vegetables are always done perfectly and so fresh and he makes my daughters' and my favorite appetizer and dessert of any restaurant, the crying tiger beef appetizer, and the pumpkin custard and sticky rice come highly recommended
Boris really wakes up your taste buds !!
Sounds like a promising start with room for improvement. Thanks for the review! http://www.thairestaurantsguide.com
An excellent epicurian experience in a charming part of town. It is so worth trying, as you will look forward to making it a regular to your lunch or dining destinations.
I went to visit this restaurant last night based on the CP review as well as others on the net. My experience was so unbelievably bad that I can't understand how anyone would continue to patronize such a deplorable restaurant. We showed up right around 8 PM - ample time to receive our food and eat before the 9 PM closing time. There was another couple sitting in the booth behind us who arrived a short time after us. The very nice lady who was our server waited on the table behind us but didn't take our orders for another 10 minutes or so. The fact that they were out of just about everything they advertise on their menu should have been my first clue that this was not going to be a good experience. When she finally brought us our glasses of Countrytyme Lemonade (I saw the container on the counter), she took our food orders and vanished for another 50 minutes. Imagine our surprise when a gentleman arrived at our table with our food in to-go containers and informed us that they were closing and that we needed to leave. The other table had received their food and were eating - they were not asked to leave, however. We were not being disruptive nor did we complain about the long wait for service. We were just sitting at the table chatting. We were so shocked at the fact that the restaurant gave us our food to-go that we paid and left. When we got home, we discovered that the food was barely edible - particularly the fish which was fishy and overcooked. The disgustingly sweet beans and yams tasted like they came out of a can. There was no bread despite the fact that the menu said that the meal came with bread. The menu says that they have chicken breasts, but, in reality, all they serve are wings. The wings were OK but I think that they were frozen Costco wings. The only part of the meal that was remotely edible was the macaroni and cheese. I will NEVER go back here again and I will spread the word among my friends, as well. I never hope for a restaurant to close but, based on my experience last night, this one certainly deserves to close.
Love this place: Food, owner, staff & ambiance are top notch! Correct your last sentence please. (Verb-tense agreement on "ways" vs. "way")
Good review. Agreed with most of your comments. Not sure why anyone would put meatballs as the main attraction.
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