The Dish - Greenwich Time

The Dish - Greenwich Time

There are 74 comments on the Greenwich Time story from Aug 15, 2009, titled The Dish - Greenwich Time. In it, Greenwich Time reports that:

Scene " Mount Kisco, N.Y., resident and singer Rob Thomas, lead singer for Matchbox Twenty, and his wife Marisol were seen having dinner last Thursday night at Terra Ristorante in Greenwich.

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Townie

Cold Spring Harbor, NY

#64 Aug 21, 2009
NORTHIDAHO wrote:
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The stars were little lights,I always wondered how they changed them. The real mystery to us kids was how they managed to have clouds drift across the ceiling, fog machine? another projector? We never figured it out maybe the octogenarian knows.
They used to hold charity jazz concerts there. I remember one where Bud Collier (radio's Superman and TV's Beat the clock) was the MC. I think Bert Parks may have done one too. Good times.
Both Collier and Parks were Greenwich residents and I think it wasn't a fog machine but they made the clouds by moving something across the lights.
former res

Broomall, PA

#65 Aug 21, 2009
Vox Pop wrote:
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I like Mackenzie's 23oz Black Angus. Their other steaks I find lower in quality, poorly trimmed, and overpriced. Portions in general are skimpy for the price.
Yeah, probably a better burger place overall than a steak place.
former res

Broomall, PA

#66 Aug 21, 2009
Townie wrote:
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Agree about MacKenzies and going to Homestead for dinner tonight.
Enjoy!
Vox Pop

Waterbury, CT

#67 Aug 21, 2009
former res wrote:
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Yeah, probably a better burger place overall than a steak place.
Aside from the 23oz Black Angus steak, you're right.

The other plus there is its chemistry - a good mix of all kinds of people. I enjoy that as well.
Townie

Cold Spring Harbor, NY

#68 Aug 21, 2009
former res wrote:
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Enjoy!
Thanks!
Tony E Neuman

Colchester, CT

#69 Aug 21, 2009
NORTHIDAHO wrote:
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The stars were little lights,I always wondered how they changed them. The real mystery to us kids was how they managed to have clouds drift across the ceiling, fog machine? another projector? We never figured it out maybe the octogenarian knows.
They used to hold charity jazz concerts there. I remember one where Bud Collier (radio's Superman and TV's Beat the clock) was the MC. I think Bert Parks may have done one too. Good times.
My father was an usher at the Pickwick Theater around 1944. He said the clouds were made by some type of projector that was placed high above on a catwalk. He doesn't know exactly how it made the clouds appear to be moving because he wasn't allowed to go up there.
NORTHIDAHO

Kailua Kona, HI

#70 Aug 21, 2009
Tony E Neuman,
Thank you!! to you and your dad.
Does any one remember what "The Dish" was about this week??
former res

Broomall, PA

#71 Aug 22, 2009
Vox Pop wrote:
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Aside from the 23oz Black Angus steak, you're right.
The other plus there is its chemistry - a good mix of all kinds of people. I enjoy that as well.
I'll check out the 23-ouncer next time I'm there with a good appetite.

My younger brother was one of the regulars at the bar until he moved from OG to Vermont. Now that makes two brothers in the green mountain state.
Townie

Cold Spring Harbor, NY

#72 Aug 22, 2009
NORTHIDAHO wrote:
Tony E Neuman,
Thank you!! to you and your dad.
Does any one remember what "The Dish" was about this week??
Couldn't have been very important.
Retired GPD

Spring Valley, NY

#73 Aug 22, 2009
Townie wrote:
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Both Collier and Parks were Greenwich residents and I think it wasn't a fog machine but they made the clouds by moving something across the lights.
Bud Collier lived on Copper Beach Road and Bert Parks lived up on Byfield Lane....and don't forget the famous Claude Kirshner from West Brother Dr. in Milbrook! My father had a little extra job where he would drive Bud Collier into & out of the city for his TV show. Yours truly at the ripe old age of eight had the pleasure of accompanying my father and Mr. Collier into The Big Apple one day.
Ned

Monroe, CT

#74 Sep 23, 2009
How about the Cos Cobber (15 cent burgers), and the Hubba Hubba on the Post Road?
Vox Pop

Guilford, CT

#75 Sep 23, 2009
Ned wrote:
How about the Cos Cobber (15 cent burgers), and the Hubba Hubba on the Post Road?
Pat died earlier this year. But his family - I believe - still runs the Hubba Hubba on Cove Road - near Seaside Avenue - in Stamford.
Ah, the 15 cent burgers! Long gone.
graham

Lebanon, CT

#76 Apr 29, 2010
NORTHIDAHO wrote:
I guess it makes me an old geezer but Manero's and the Clam Box were the two places to eat when I was a kid, North Castle was the place to drink if you were not 21 yet. I also remember HJ's and the White Castle in Cos Cob's 10 cent hamburgers. I guess those days are gone forever. Progress??
Me too, but just as great was Dirty Lous near the Cos Cob car wash and of course, The Town House, and let's not forget Nielsons East and West!

Those truly were the days!
CY Partick

Manchester, CT

#77 Nov 13, 2010
Anyone remember the White Way in White Plains for great pizza and the Wagon Wheels in Lewisboro, NY (Vista)? For great dancing.

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