I think the best pizza around is La Pizzeria in Mt Pleasant, but if I'm desperate I don't consider Andolini's to be as terrible as some make it out to be. I've never had GREAT pizza in the south but look at what this place is up against-- Papa Johns, Dominos, etc... Relatively speaking, it's not THAT bad.
I love all of the "I-lived-in-New-York-for-a-few-years-so-I'm-an-authority" comments on this site. A lot of people have-- just because you did doesn't you automatically have good taste.
@ Jaxx-- It's Bleecker Street. With a "c." Do you pronounce Houston St. as "Hewston St." too?
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Sermet owes a huge debt to the students and so-called "bohemians" who frequented his restaurant for years. It's almost a slap in the face to make the restaurant less financially and atmospherically accessible to the people who showed support to him, his cooking, his ARTWORK (what a great touch! why would anyone scrap this???), and his vibe.
This is such a shame to hear-- Sermet's was a great student hangout because it offered an opportunity to dine out on some good food in a cool environment without breaking the bank. I guess when they "upscaled" the decor (which already bummed me out to hear), they upscaled the prices too.
If everyone's taxes were raised a bit and credits were offered to those who enrolled in an insurance plan, there would be no uproar. Instead, you pay a penalty with your taxes if you don't buy insurance. It's the same concept in reverse. What's unconstitutional about it? People pay lower taxes for having children, buying an eco-friendly car, and purchasing a mortgage. This is simply another tax incentive.
this was a man who demonstrated no respect for anyone but himself when he (after already being charged with DUI in the past!) drunkenly got behind the wheel back in october and killed that young man. no, he does not have my respect. did he even serve any time??
wow! that's the beauty of karma.
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