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Don’t they HAVE a bigger selection of games and plan to rotate them to prevent boredom and breakage? Sounds like a plan to me.
Yes, but that’s a fact – Gil and facts do not mesh.
We stopped in earlier today and had a great time. Not too crowded but far from empty. A lot of attentive staff. Hope they sell enough beverages to pay for everything. Was never much of a video game player but enjoyed the pinball and getting my Spy Hunter on. It’s a great place for a date.
Picked one up for lunch…I’m pretty pleased with my lunch selection :D
Cool, I’ll be having one soon.
That is awesome Mike.
Upscale?August 29, 2013 7:31 pm at 7:31 pm in reply to: Explorers Club is closed, focusing on food truck and catering #550480
Waiting for Gil Ligg to say the end is near for Explorer’s Club.
They went down in quality after opening the Grandview location, but it used to be very good. In fact, I believe several Pizza Grand Prix s ago it won best traditional pepperoni vote on one that I brought with me.
What comes out of the new location on Trabue is disappointing. It was a good place to pick up a pie on the way home from work.
I see Leonardos opened in the spot they were in on Hague.August 27, 2013 7:05 pm at 7:05 pm in reply to: Columbus Apartment Rental Market Getting More Expensive #492127
Have you been hearing things about it from friends of friends?
The sky is Title.
This did not even last a year. A lot of $$$ sank into a business that was poorly run.
Got back today and I will give another +++1 to Meat and Potatoes. Huge plate of mussels. Huge! Great cocktails.
First time I’ve been to PNC Park, absolutely beautiful stadium and fan experience. The view of the downtown skyline was amazing from our seat in the upper deck behind home plate.
Priory is a neat little hotel. Excellent service, great staff. Well lived in neighborhood. Everything we wanted to do was within walking distance, and there’s a free shuttle that will drop you off anywhere in the city.
Angelo, I looked for you at the show on Saturday and could not find you. Hope you had a good time. Great show and the post game fireworks were awesome while the concert was happening.
Second time in Pittsburgh and can’t wait to go back.
What comes to me about all this is that Kingsdale, Lane Ave. and The Shoppes at Worthington were all standing and functional well before Tuttle, Polaris and Easton. These centers took some serious hits after those shopping areas were developed and are now bouncing back.
Does this mean Mr. Eggs is parking the Yugo food car on the Spruce St. site?