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Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org smithdew @ January 4th, 2010 at 2:19 pm
Bubba agrees graziano is where the focus should be.
WTF!?!? arum, get wit the program. as for following a fighter, although i am of mexican heritage, i have to say if there was one career i would have loved to follow would have been graziano. the brutality of his fights (from wat i read), the whole scene of the 1940s-50s new york, its really fascinating to think that people were living that, huh?? peace When I hear comments like "KING Arther runs the division, and Pavliks afraid of him" I gotta call bullshit ....
I've only been in a few times, but still ... it's one of those recognizable spots in my favourite part of the city. graziano marchese is now around the corner at the annex live (behind future bakery). i have had a couple of brunches there. room is great, service is perfect and food is fine. post-marchese dooney's was disappointing for sure. i stopped eating there but still stopped in for a beverage when trekking around the neighbourhood.
February 26, 2009 5: 14 PM graziano marchese, who owned dooney's for 20 years or thereabouts, sold the restaurant last summer to someone who apparently (rumour mill speaking here) had little experience with either the industry or the clientele. it's so sad, the place was really a historic and social landmark ... i worked there throughout university and met some absolutely incredible people, including jane jacobs and margaret atwood. note to the writer: it wasn't * that* expensive, swiss chalet was definitely comparable for family dining!