Helga

Bowling Green, KY

#21 Oct 10, 2011
Grendel wrote:
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That sounds great. We would love that.
UMMMM sounds good!
Jammer

Bowling Green, KY

#22 Oct 10, 2011
uhh wrote:
where is it?
"Duh"
well

United States

#23 Oct 10, 2011
Bowling Green just got fatter.
eric

Bowling Green, KY

#24 Oct 10, 2011
Its funny... I know there are people in this town who are transplants from larger cities and miss good authentic cuisine, like myself. But i think there are a lot more people who are more into the chain restaurants and think olive garden is as italian as it gets. I'm OK with that to each his own. I would like to open a restaurant that serves authentic German Austrain food and really good wine, but I have a feeling I would be out of business in a few months. Upscale does not cost the costomer anything, better quality ingerdients does, and in todays economy people are eating out less and VERY price conscience. Who can blame them. I have a friend who owns a wine store in town and before the depression would sell 30$ bottles of wine very reguarly - now a days no so much. if things get better I will put my ideas from paper to reality.... but until then olive garden will have to suffice.

Just as a side note, how many of you would like to have an authentic German style Beer garden in town. you know, the type that features long wooden tables, plenty of imported and domestic craft beers servers in tight corsets with eight beers in two hands? let me know what you think....
Wildcat Gal

Smiths Grove, KY

#25 Oct 11, 2011
Just like people think Olive Garden is Italian as it gets (I do enjoy going there occasionally) - they Red Lobster is the place to go for the best seafood in town. The best places are the independant restaurants downtown - 440, Mickis, Brickyard, Verdis, The Bistro, etc - where they actually have chefs who know to create something other than deep-fried.
EFG005

Knob Lick, KY

#26 Oct 11, 2011
eric wrote:
Its funny... I know there are people in this town who are transplants from larger cities and miss good authentic cuisine, like myself. But i think there are a lot more people who are more into the chain restaurants and think olive garden is as italian as it gets. I'm OK with that to each his own. I would like to open a restaurant that serves authentic German Austrain food and really good wine, but I have a feeling I would be out of business in a few months. Upscale does not cost the costomer anything, better quality ingerdients does, and in todays economy people are eating out less and VERY price conscience. Who can blame them. I have a friend who owns a wine store in town and before the depression would sell 30$ bottles of wine very reguarly - now a days no so much. if things get better I will put my ideas from paper to reality.... but until then olive garden will have to suffice.
Just as a side note, how many of you would like to have an authentic German style Beer garden in town. you know, the type that features long wooden tables, plenty of imported and domestic craft beers servers in tight corsets with eight beers in two hands? let me know what you think....
There is a brand new German Gasthaus that just opened in E-Town - it is called Carolines on 31W as you head towards Fort Knox. Ate there last month and the food is fantastic and even enjoyed a Weisen Bier!!
Contractor

Bowling Green, KY

#27 Oct 14, 2011
IHOP will open in January.........
The Hitman

Canton, OH

#28 Oct 14, 2011
eric wrote:
I'm thinking about opening a restaurant that features cuisine from Austria and Germany. Dishes might include braised pigs shank, spatzle and gnocci in butter and sage, breaded pork cutlets with capers and mushrooms, rabbit braasied in prosecco wine and other regional dishes such as ossobuco, cotoletta and kernerdale soups. I would like to feature an extensive wine list with hearty red wines and dry white wines. The reds will be very tannic and go with small dishes like blue cheese and roasted endive. Would anyone here like to see a restaurant like this open IN BG. It would be upscale dining, higher priced and reservations only. Let me know what you think.
It's not likely that the people who would appreciate or frequent such an establishment are on Topix. You're asking the wrong crowd. Just my opinion.
BG native

Washington, DC

#29 Oct 21, 2011
i know wrote:
Scottsville is just a bunch of hillbillies...but hey if u throw five lbs of catfish nuggets in front of them they will be happy...fry them some okra and anything else to clog their arteries...bg is just a more stuck up version of scottsville....meth runs rampant in both of these communities n the police are selling as much as anyone else...hell start checking the confiscated weapons...I know a deputy that sells assault rifles with no serial numbers...for the right price that is.
So if you dislike this area so much, why don't you leave? People like you are ignorant and the reason you have no friends ? It's the crap you are spewing, nobody wants to hear it!
Business101

Knob Lick, KY

#30 Oct 21, 2011
The Hitman wrote:
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It's not likely that the people who would appreciate or frequent such an establishment are on Topix. You're asking the wrong crowd. Just my opinion.
Sorry - I'm on Topix and I can't wait till IHOP Opens. Topix would be a great web site if all the people with negative ideas and bashing would simply stop. Topix would be great for making friends (which I have done), exchanging ideas for improving the community or ones life and for just having fun - at no ones expense.
KuntrySweety

United States

#31 Oct 21, 2011
What kind of self esteem issues does one have to have to find so much pleasure in trashing overweight people? Seriously, what do these folks take from you. I am guessing you are perfect in every way! Except for you're a shallow first class douche bag.
yeah

Auburn, KY

#32 Oct 21, 2011
Wildcat Gal wrote:
And it appears to be very small!
i was thinking that myself
The Hitman

Washington, DC

#33 Oct 21, 2011
Business101 wrote:
<quoted text>Sorry - I'm on Topix and I can't wait till IHOP Opens. Topix would be a great web site if all the people with negative ideas and bashing would simply stop. Topix would be great for making friends (which I have done), exchanging ideas for improving the community or ones life and for just having fun - at no ones expense.
It wasn't the IHOP that I was responding to. It was the upscale establishment someone was pondering about opening. I agree with you that Topix could be quite a bit more positive. It needs to be filtered more. I've called people out for saying some really destructive things, but you can check my posts: I don't use foul language, I don't belittle others, and I generally try to make constructive remarks to other people. I too can't wait for IHOP to open. I hope to see you there. Thanks for your opinion - I agree.
not a rocket scientist

Bowling Green, KY

#34 Oct 21, 2011
eric wrote:
I'm thinking about opening a restaurant that features cuisine from Austria and Germany. Dishes might include braised pigs shank, spatzle and gnocci in butter and sage, breaded pork cutlets with capers and mushrooms, rabbit braasied in prosecco wine and other regional dishes such as ossobuco, cotoletta and kernerdale soups. I would like to feature an extensive wine list with hearty red wines and dry white wines. The reds will be very tannic and go with small dishes like blue cheese and roasted endive. Would anyone here like to see a restaurant like this open IN BG. It would be upscale dining, higher priced and reservations only. Let me know what you think.
Hmmm.... I don't know because I don't know what half of that is!!! Spatzle and gnocci, ossouco, cotoletta and kernerdale soups?

Maybe you could do a free tasting some where or something? Do they do any food stuff at the internatonal festival? I've never been. But maybe there is a way to introduce some of those things to some of the locals and see what they think?

I'd have to go with the girls. My husband would never eat anything like that. I can't even get him to go to Mariahs or the Bistro! LOL, to him "fine dining" means Long Horn! LOL Give him a steak and he is happy.
class

Bowie, MD

#35 Oct 21, 2011
The Hitman wrote:
<quoted text>It wasn't the IHOP that I was responding to. It was the upscale establishment someone was pondering about opening. I agree with you that Topix could be quite a bit more positive. It needs to be filtered more. I've called people out for saying some really destructive things, but you can check my posts: I don't use foul language, I don't belittle others, and I generally try to make constructive remarks to other people. I too can't wait for IHOP to open. I hope to see you there. Thanks for your opinion - I agree.
I agree. You do comment and post professionally.
Beautiful

Bowling Green, KY

#36 Oct 21, 2011
i know wrote:
I've got an idea...let's bring a couple more buffets to town. I love seeing the fat cows with no teeth an no bra show up so they can belly up to the buffet!!!! Warren county sure has some trash......no wonder there are so many restaurants...you can bet it will open around the first of the month so the trash can come out of the woodwork..
Since you are so classy and so much better than everybody else, why don't you stop going to the no class buffets and avoid seeing these people? I'm sure they won't miss you. Oh, you do realize most have mirrors on one side, maybe thats your own reflection you are seeing.
Beautiful

Bowling Green, KY

#37 Oct 21, 2011
well wrote:
Bowling Green just got fatter.
And you just got dumber.
LRN

United States

#38 Oct 22, 2011
Beautiful wrote:
<quoted text>Since you are so classy and so much better than everybody else, why don't you stop going to the no class buffets and avoid seeing these people? I'm sure they won't miss you. Oh, you do realize most have mirrors on one side, maybe thats your own reflection you are seeing.
ha ha I bet you are one of the fatties who waddles up to the buffet and stacks the food up! you and your dirty kids put on the sweatpants so your bellies can expand as you eat then waddle back out to the junky blue minivan and burp and fart all the way home.
class

Washington, DC

#39 Oct 22, 2011
LRN wrote:
<quoted text>ha ha I bet you are one of the fatties who waddles up to the buffet and stacks the food up! you and your dirty kids put on the sweatpants so your bellies can expand as you eat then waddle back out to the junky blue minivan and burp and fart all the way home.
LRN, you have to be the rudest "it" I have ever come across. Can you say anything nice or bring some value to the table on some topics? It's really sad!

Those of you that this "it" tries to put down and humiliate, just ignore "it". You read these type of comments in every thread.
LRN

United States

#40 Oct 22, 2011
class wrote:
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LRN, you have to be the rudest "it" I have ever come across. Can you say anything nice or bring some value to the table on some topics?
listen you butthole. This is about the opening of another place where fat pigs go eat unhealthy food and add to the towns reputation of fatass people who eat slop. you might not give a care about how we are perceived but I am and will not stand for this fatting up of our population!

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