pittsoccer33 wrote:We rarely ate at any of those places in college. I think I can count the number of times during school that I ate at Joe Mamas, Fuel, Uncle Sams, Hemmingways, Mad Mex, and Union Grille on two hands.
Letang Is The Truth wrote:Easily. When the line backs up on to Baum... Get real
Location is key, said co-owners Mike Hanley and Jerry Dilembo, who also own Joe Mamas Italian Deluxe and Fuel & Fuddle, both in Oakland. They've placed Burgatory spots in the suburbs or in urban entertainment zones.
Mr. Hanley also said service and social media are important variables that have had a big impact on sales.
Add to the mix Herky Pollock, executive vice president of the commercial real estate firm CBRE, and Burgatory's potential rises to the heavens.
With a hand in many developments, particularly those that have helped revitalize Downtown, Mr. Pollock signed on as partner in October. Mr. Hanley and Mr. Pollock have known each other for more than 20 years.
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Shyster wrote:I was always a Sorrento's guy myself. I was part of an informal organization that used to gather at Sorrento's every Wednesday night. So I ate there just about every Wednesday for something like seven years. I used to just work my way through the menu and start over when I got to the bottom.
FreeCandy44 wrote:Harrison City now has a Aiellos pizza. I thought I read that its run by the same people as the Pittsburgh locale, so what can one expect from said Pizza joint? Expensive? Quality?