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  • #438055

    Antonio
    Member

    Walker wrote >>

    Antonio wrote >>
    You have a lot of restaurants go in and out of biz in the SN area, spending a million or more only to out of biz months later.

    There you go again with your arbitrary use of “a lot”.

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/lot

    #438056

    hungrywoolf
    Participant

    Lindey’s have an upstairs covered terrace area. I think it’s just used for private events though.

    From their website:

    Exterior Terrace

    Bathe your event in a fresh air breeze on the Exterior Terrace. Enjoy the bubble of the stone fountain in the courtyard below. Comfortable, overstuffed outdoor seating lends a casual elegance to your occasion. The fully covered terrace offers ample room for formal dining service, buffet-style dining, or mix and mingle cocktails and hors d’ouerves. The exterior terrace is heated and available year-round.

    #438057

    ToddAnders
    Blocked

    Antonio-

    I have to say I like a portion of your ideas for the city and agree with you. Your execution of winning people over to your side is lacking and I would not recommend a side career in politics.

    #438058

    Antonio
    Member

    ToddAnders wrote >>
    Antonio-
    I have to say I like a portion of your ideas for the city and agree with you. Your execution of winning people over to your side is lacking and I would not recommend a side career in politics.

    Has nothing to do with winning people over. I’m not running for anything, and you see the mess the country is in with politicians as we know it now.

    It’s common sense.

    #438059

    Twixlen
    Participant

    Antonio wrote >>

    ToddAnders wrote >>
    Antonio-
    I have to say I like a portion of your ideas for the city and agree with you. Your execution of winning people over to your side is lacking and I would not recommend a side career in politics.

    Has nothing to do with winning people over. I’m not running for anything, and you see the mess the country is in with politicians as we know it now.
    It’s common sense.

    Um. No, it’s being a dick about nearly everything, no matter what your point might be.

    Which is pretty much the exact opposite of common sense.

    #438060

    Antonio
    Member

    Twixlen wrote >>

    Antonio wrote >>

    ToddAnders wrote >>
    Antonio-
    I have to say I like a portion of your ideas for the city and agree with you. Your execution of winning people over to your side is lacking and I would not recommend a side career in politics.

    Has nothing to do with winning people over. I’m not running for anything, and you see the mess the country is in with politicians as we know it now.
    It’s common sense.

    Um. No, it’s being a dick about nearly everything, no matter what your point might be.
    Which is pretty much the exact opposite of common sense.

    You’re entitled to your opinion, who cares…not me.

    #438061
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    Antonio wrote >>

    Walker wrote >>

    Antonio wrote >>
    You have a lot of restaurants go in and out of biz in the SN area, spending a million or more only to out of biz months later.

    There you go again with your arbitrary use of “a lot”.

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/lot

    I want your list of “a lot” of restaurants in the Short North who are spending a million or more on spaces and opening and closing within months.

    Ready, go:

    #438062

    ToddAnders
    Blocked

    Ok, Antonio, did you not read my post? I agree with you. I like your ideas. You are brilliant (wait, sorry, scratch that).

    You remind me of the guy sitting at a bar mean mugging everyone there, just hoping for a fight. Please, use that boiled up energy on something positive; maybe volunteer to help people move over the weekends, free of charge? You could get rid of the anger and probably make some good friends at the same time?

    #438063

    Antonio
    Member

    ToddAnders wrote >>
    Ok, Antonio, did you not read my post? I agree with you. I like your ideas. You are brilliant (wait, sorry, scratch that).
    You remind me of the guy sitting at a bar mean mugging everyone there, just hoping for a fight. Please, use that boiled up energy on something positive; maybe volunteer to help people move over the weekends, free of charge? You could get rid of the anger and probably make some good friends at the same time?

    I read it and yes thanks for the thumbs up.

    These are not my ideas, they have been tried elsewhere to great success, Columbus could import them.

    #438064

    Antonio
    Member

    Walker wrote >>

    Antonio wrote >>

    Walker wrote >>

    Antonio wrote >>
    You have a lot of restaurants go in and out of biz in the SN area, spending a million or more only to out of biz months later.

    There you go again with your arbitrary use of “a lot”.

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/lot

    I want your list of “a lot” of restaurants in the Short North who are spending a million or more on spaces and opening and closing within months.
    Ready, go:

    How long was Rosendales open ?

    http://www.10tv.com/live/content/local/stories/2009/10/19/story_Rosendales.html?type=rss&cat=&sid=102

    #438065

    Cookie
    Member
    #438066
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    One restaurant is not “a lot of restaurants”.

    If you can name 3 more, then you’ll have “a few”.

    #438067

    Andrew Hall
    Member

    Antonio wrote How long was Rosendales open ?

    Not like you are going to let facts get in the way of your intention to be as big a fucking idiot as possible, but Rosendales was open a little over 2 yrs.

    A.

    #438068

    Antonio
    Member

    Andrew Hall wrote >>

    Antonio wrote How long was Rosendales open ?

    Not like you are going to let facts get in the way of your intention to be as big a fucking idiot as possible, but Rosendales was open a little over 2 yrs.
    A.

    Two years in the restaurant biz is months. This isn’t a 3 CARD MONTE operation with the amount of capital invested in the place.

    #438069

    Cookie
    Member

    Antonio wrote >>
    Two years in the restaurant biz is months.

    Is one restaurant also a lot of restaurants in the restaurant biz?

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