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“I used to LOVE that place (it’s sister restaurant, Eatery, is good, too), especially for brunch and they have really tasty cocktails.”
“The city has invested $250,000 of federal Community Development Block Grant dollars into downtown pushing to get new businesses like Park Street Pizza, which opened last year, and Scorpio's Italian Eatery, which is expected to open in the spring, Dumas said.”
“Morrisons Cafeteria has since been replaced by Picadilly as the official "Eatery" of BHT.”
“Last night, I took my mother out to dinner at the Marlborough Pub and Eatery, in North Gower.”
“Harrison, 27, reportedly shoved a deputy and security guard Sunday night at Murray's Saloon and Eatery in Big Bear, Calif., after getting into an argument with another customer.”
“Last summer, a diner at Eatery asked a waiter what is used to make the mascarpone dumpling filling.”
“They're printing up all this paper," said Eatery waiter Jeff Davies, "and there's always something wrong with every one.”
“Instead of firing him, Eatery became his first customer.”
“Daniella Zalcman for The Wall Street Journal Michael Mignogna, a waiter at Eatery, created a social-networking site to help restaurants train waiters.”
“Mr. Mignogna is still working as a waiter at Eatery, but has exchanged his stand-up dream for one of entrepreneurship.”
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