is that beautiful wall mural there still? its right when you walk in with a woman walking down a nola street
where can I find you!!!
I absolutely LOVE mac n cheese..
I never ever go downtown..
what parts of the city do you go to
Don't forget Laurel Highlands Meadery!
I have deleted two previous comments that traded libelous accusations.
I miss Yuvi's. When I worked downtown I'd drop in almost every Friday, always the same, 2 chili cheese dogs & a chili cheese fry. Often was ready when I got through the line to order. Great service.
Pittsburgh is sometimes its own worst enemy. It inhibits business unless your some major corporation. This does not help when business are at an all time low for hiring workers. Inhibiting buisness is bad for everyone. Wise up Pittsburgh, you have so much to offer, but you keep it a secret.
They need to get this back on the agenda. What sort of moron would park in front of a resturant that already serves that type of food? This is not something that is rocket science.
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Good review. Agreed with most of your comments. Not sure why anyone would put meatballs as the main attraction.
A grasshopper walked into a bar. The bartender said, "You know there's a drink named after you?" The grasshopper said, "There's a drink named Steve?"
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try and Old Etonian at Legume/Butterjoint. No joking, and no one will make fun of you. One taste, and they'll be ordering one too.
Morningside needs a grocery store!
This was our pre-prom stop some 30 years ago as well as numerous birthdays and a few other celebrations. Such wonderful food. And people as well. Always enjoyed being there.
oh dear cheese cellar how I miss you
No, not good for them... If they are giving their employees health coverage at all, they should not care what parts of health coverage they are covering. It's not a company's business to meddle in their employee's personal lives. An employee's health care is an employee's business and not their employer's. Pretty sure a woman being on birth control or not has no effect on how much the employer pays or anything else. It's a woman's business, and this is not a church or even a religious school... It's a for profit company this is just trying to get in the middle of someone's personal healthcare choices... For anyone reading this: women go on birth control for many reasons. A lot of the time it's more related to the woman's menstrual cycle than her sex life. Also, 80% of religious women have been on birth control at some point in their lives. It's not religious women opposing this, it's religious men. Get over it and stop trying to control what women do with their bodies!
Visited Nancetta's after a friend recommended, but were disappointed. We got our salads an hour after ordering (after asking for them) and got our food two hours after ordering. Someone in our party never even received the soup that they ordered! Server was kind enough to apologize for the delay, but that was it. No one even tried to remedy the huge delay. My husband wanted to order dessert when we first got there, but both of our appetites were ruined by the time our food finally arrived. Food was awful. We were really hoping for home-style, authentic Italian food but were really disappointed. The food did NOT look appetizing and taste matched the appearance. Took one bite and boxed it up...where it ended up in the garbage. We're an Italian family who also makes everything from scratch...we should have stayed home and cooked! Waste of money!
Cool. An idea that was actually born a long time ago in "The Jerk" where he works at the 'Pizza-in-a-cup' stand. :P
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