Bellissimo replaces Crackpot in Bel Air

Bellissimo replaces Crackpot in Bel Air

There are 64 comments on the The Baltimore Sun story from Jun 3, 2009, titled Bellissimo replaces Crackpot in Bel Air. In it, The Baltimore Sun reports that:

Surely the area needed a locally owned seafood restaurant. So I'm not surprised to hear that Bellissimo Seafood & Grill has opened in its place.

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Littlestown, PA

#70 Jan 17, 2011
The owners are scumbag thieves. They screwed me in a real estate transaction and I hope they die.

Since: Jan 11

Bay Shore, NY

#71 Jan 19, 2011
Oh, cool. I gotta check it out.@ Unhappy lol that's just mean. Suzan... c'mon. Raggin on the place? no, sweetie...


Bel Air, MD

#73 Apr 13, 2011
To whoever wrote this:
I have been working there since the beginning which is almost 2 years now, and if your son got fired it was because he was incompetent. There are only two "non-English speaking imagrants" working there which speak english, he obviously was not a good worker.
Fuel the Fire wrote:
When Bellissimo's first opened in BelAir,the owners(also own 8 double T diners) staffed the resturant with your "All American" teen something employees.Most were from the neighborhood. This certainly brought a pleasant image to the new establishment.Now that the business is begining to sustain, they(owners) have fired many of the teenagers and are systematicaly replacing them with non-English speaking Mexican Imigrants.My son (who was fired yesterday and was told they didn't need his help anymore)told me what was going on weeks ago. I knew it was just a matter of time before he was replaced along with all the other local teens who desperately need low income jobs such as these.The imigrants who show up for work now wear shirts bearing the Double T logo. Thanks for supporting our local youth Nick and Spiro!!! You can bet I wont support your establishment!!!!
I encourage anyone who reads this and is concidering patronizing Bellissimo's to think hard when you were a teen and trying to find work.Now think of what today's teens are competing with. Do you want to support this activity??
Big fan

Baltimore, MD

#74 Aug 12, 2012
My whole family loves the food, we have had only one kinda bad experience and that was today. The waitress must be new, she didn't bring any soft bread and wasn't very attentive. This was the only Time this ever happened. We still love to eat here and the rest of the staff was great. Hopefully going back next weekend!!!!!

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