Was wonderful. Was there today for lunch. Pizza and cupcakes were awesome.
GREAT PEOPLE! GREAT FOOD!
Mike Mills is a buddy of mine, but here's my attempt at an objective review; Eat and Drink at Butcher and the Rye. We'd eat there more, but they don't deliver to Brooklyn.
great story hope it works out well,i remember when that part of n.s. was always busy.
.29 cents a pound at Giant Eagle. (course you have to spend $25 in groceries - easily done.) If these birds cost $4 a pound then a 20 lb. bird would cost $80. They probably are excellent eating and its awesome that they are treated humanely. But I don't know many people that would - or even could - spend $80 for a turkey. Just sayin.
I think it's great but I have to disagree that there aren't enough quality Pennsylvania wines. We have so many wonderful wineries made by passionate people. Those closest to the "Burgh" that I can think of off hand with great quality are Kavic, Narcisi, Deer Creek, Walnut Hill, even R in the Strip, along with Enricco's own wine, plus so many more. There are also many from Northern and Eastern Pennsylvania that are endless. These wineries make wine comparable, if not better than those in other states. It's my own personal opinion but I think there are others out there that can agree. These places pack people who love their wines.
Jeremy, I own a building in Etna that was a former Isaly's location. It would be a great place for your first brick & mortar location. If interested, please call 631-278-5182
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