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Re: South House

Was there on Saturday night and spoke to a staff member for a few minutes (the stairs he was guarding were right by much needed fans - AC was not doing the trick, if it was present).

The roof is supposed to have bocce (though probably not on weekends), and he said the downstairs rec room is to have pool, shuffleboard, and darts. I hope that all pans out!

Posted on: 2015/7/20 20:04

Re: Chick-fil-A, on the way!

Secret Chick-fil-A tip that I learned last year at one in Delaware (no thank you to Paramus Park, where I've gone for 20+ years): if you get yourself a kids meal for whatever reason, you can trade in the toy for their soft serve for free. Their soft serve is really good (similar to ice milk?), and their toys are really sucky.

Posted on: 2015/7/20 19:49

Re: What's going there?


Sommerman wrote:

tommyc_37 wrote:
Agreed, if the owners really wanted to open a business that's an oversaturated, several years late to the trend kind of food category, how about Ramen? There aren't that many places downtown to get that. Burgers there are a'plenty.

I am so puzzled by people who open businesses here sometimes, don't they do research on what's available already in the area?

Always nice to have a storefront occupied versus empty, but variety is key.

1. Spoke to the owner today - more than just burgers. Why not drop by today?

2. I was told that the store next to Gypsy Grill aka Moodie's is going to be a Ramen shop. I had hoped GG would expand into new space and offer more seating, but it is not.

RE: The place next to Gypsy, I talked one of the owners (very friendly guy) as I was walking by today, and he confirmed that it will be ramen as you had heard. The machines to make the ramen arrived a few days ago, and the chef is from Japan. The place will be called Miso, and the owner hopes it will open in mid to late July (though, you know...).

Posted on: 2015/6/25 21:51




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