Wow...all of you LOVE this place so much that none of you state it's called Steel City Pizza now???? Pretty sure it blows...or rather...it did blow
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Unfortunately, I agree...I don't think Richard Todd ever tried to hide what he believed or who he was and he definitely never shied away from a discussion regardless of the philosophy or positioning...I can't listen to this show anymore and miss both the information and intelligence that the Buzz used to offer. In truth, we were lucky to have Todd for as long as we did as his talents and ability warranted a much larger market and audience regardless of the hand that life has dealt him and his family.
This was a disaster...unfortunately, much like the approach this restaurant takes in everything, they had never attended a full blown Beer Event in this area before...the attendees are patient but expect enough beer and food as well as reasonable lines to deal with...simply stated, this sucked
We've enjoyed all our experiences at O'Brion's on 41 since their opening. Whether it be a family meal or a night out with the boys drinking, we have found the staff to be attentive even when the place is packed. The neighborhood is happy to have a place like this to gather and we're also pleased that they seem to be doing well financially. Every place can have on off night or a bad day....you can't stay as crowded as this place typically is if poor service/food was the norm rather than an isolated experience.
Guy Harvey's was a freaking disgrace...good riddance.
I absolutely need to echo the last 2 comments....we dined there a few weeks ago as a very large party and experienced the normal chaos that a new restaurant normally goes through at start up and certainly we expected some service hiccups; however, the quality of the food and the accompanying high prices were disappointing. I hate to say it, but the best entree of the 9 we ordered that evening at this Seafood Haven was a hamburger. We won't be back simply because of the value received.
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