Broadview Heights' Eddie Cerino has n...

Broadview Heights' Eddie Cerino has new Pizzeria restaurant on track

There are 37 comments on the The Plain Dealer story from Dec 8, 2008, titled Broadview Heights' Eddie Cerino has new Pizzeria restaurant on track. In it, The Plain Dealer reports that:

Broadview Heights resident Eddie Cerino and his wife, Elisha, said their new venture, Eddie's Pizzeria Cerino, will open Jan.

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#1 Dec 16, 2008
If its the same people (Carrie Cerinos)don't waste yourhard earned money.Carrie Cerinos is an over rated, cock roach infested restaurant.The food sucks...I've wasted my money there and would never go back.The staff have no idea how to treat customers and their arrogance is quite apparent.
It caters to senior citizens with its lunch specials and dining.Too bad the "old timers" are suffering from alzheimers and don't know the difference.If your 65 and up you'll be in heaven!

Cape Coral, FL

#2 Jan 6, 2009
Wow if it is so bad how have they been there for over forty years. Their customers must really be stupid.

United States

#3 Jan 7, 2009
There is a sucker born every minute...
Fan of Carrie Cerinos

Grosse Pointe, MI

#4 Jan 7, 2009
My goodness, Ben obviously is holding a grudge of some sort against a wonderful family owned restaurant. For many generations Carrie Cerino's has been a well known restaurant in the Cleveland area with a fine reputation. It is sad to hear such animosity from one individual. Please don't take that one persons word for it. If you've been there for dinner or perhaps a wedding, then you know that comment is not true. If you haven't been there before, go ahead and give it a try. You will enjoy a wonderfully prepared meal that is truly Italian. Not to mention the homemade goodness that you can come to expect each and every time you dine. Buon appetito!

United States

#5 Jan 8, 2009
The health department considers Cerino's philth, and so do I. Listen up.This restaurant is losing money and is in desperate need of customers, especially new ones.I live 2 miles from this dump and pass by it daily.The vacant parking lot could be a setting for a remote wilderness movie.Your living in the past..."Get a life loser".

Redford, MI

#6 Jan 9, 2009
gophrt wrote:
The health department considers Cerino's philth, and so do I. Listen up.This restaurant is losing money and is in desperate need of customers, especially new ones.I live 2 miles from this dump and pass by it daily.The vacant parking lot could be a setting for a remote wilderness movie.Your living in the past..."Get a life loser".
wow the health dept. was just in and i dont remember her name being "GOPHRT"!!!!
but since you live so close... your welcome to stop in any time and see there past inspection sheets, and tour our kitchen. also our numbers are actualy looking well considering the current economic state.

United States

#8 Jan 9, 2009
Is he opening the pizza joint to help pay the
$52,837.66 taxes the tomato sauce factory pays yearly in taxes?

Redford, MI

#9 Jan 9, 2009
well we dont own a tomato sauce factory! and we also have no affiliation to eddies pizzeria cerino. and astonishingly enough... your a healht inspector AND a CPA!!!!!!!

Redford, MI

#10 Jan 9, 2009
so ben, who are you to say this about a wonderful restaurant with delicous food?

Lakewood, OH

#11 Jan 10, 2009
Was very anxiuos to dine at the new Pizzaria Cerino. Was very disappointed with seating that has you looking at the wall down 1 whole side. Did not stay and eat because of that. He may know how to cook but designing seating leaves alot to be desired. Maybe someday I will be fortunate enough to get a seat that has a view. Until then I will keep walking out of any restaraunt that offers that type of seating. I believe every table should be square and that way you can arrange any way you need it to be. The sign outside has no real lighting. He may know how to cook but designing is not his bag. Hopefully he did not pay for that.
Mary Kay

North Royalton, OH

#12 Jan 11, 2009
It is unfortunate that in such a troubled economy, anybody would be so malicious as to post lies in an effort to destroy a business such as Carrie Cerino's. I know many people who have worked for this restaurant and they always bragged about the meticulous kitchen. This is one of the main reasons I often choose this restaurant for dinner or special parties. You can not beat their homemade pasta and sauces. I have been to several weddings and other events here and have always had great quality and quanity of food. It is a shame that somebody could be so desperate to retaliate in this manner against any small business that has served the community and offered employment to so many.

United States

#13 Jan 11, 2009
Thank you.I intend on destroying their business.

San Marino, CA

#16 Jan 11, 2009
"gophrt"... How bored are you? Get a life. Or a job. Your infatuation with destroying the business obvious. Your reasons however... im not sure? Oh!!!!!! and i guess i can add master menu developer to your resume!!! CONGRATS!!!!

United States

#18 Jan 12, 2009
Mister Gophrt.

I'm a single italian imigrant and I love Carrie Cerinos ristorante.Where can a 75 year old senior citizen, enjoy sea scallops,french onion soup,coffee and a 27 ounce of Norwegian spring water all for $39.39 I ask you??? Nexa timea you a puta downa dat ristorante I breakka u facea...

United States

#19 Jan 12, 2009
I'll bet Mister Italiano after that fine choice in dining, you took the greatest "shit" of your 75 years on this earth.

Seattle, WA

#20 Jan 13, 2009
For those of you unfortunate enough to stumble across this outrageous slanderous filth, please take the time to learn a little more about the poster who is spewing this trash.
I actually feel bad for "gophrt". It is terrible that the highlight of his day involves trolling the internet and spreading hatred and malice. I am all for constructive criticism, but this libel that "gohprt" is spreading falls no where close to criticism.
To those that find this page, I suggest holding back any comments. Supplying anymore comments on this topic will just feed into this sick individuals twisted desires. The best thing you can do to show your support for this staple of an establishment would be to enjoy a meal or in other words, keep the business going.

Cleveland, OH

#22 Jan 13, 2009
Eddie....hey Eddie....

Sylvia Petitti, sends her best reguards on your new restaurant. Ya see, I guess Eddie pissed Sylvia off a few years ago.Lets see,I think Eddie was sued for $20,000 from an accident with Mrs Petitti.Eddie had to sell his home in Brecksville also in 2006 to some chinks lol.Sure hope that pizza joint does well for you Eddie, you deserve it.

Redford, MI

#23 Jan 14, 2009
I grew up in a family restaurant business similar to the Cerino's. I have all the respect in the world for both their restaurant and their food. I don't dine there as often as I'd like to, but always enjoy it when I do.

A problem with this country is when people start thinking that The Olive Garden is authentic Italian cuisine. People like the Cerinos and my family from Akron made the restaurant industry what it is today in America.

I am going to make a special trip to Cerinos that I wouldn't have made otherwise as an answer to this post.

Cleveland, OH

#24 Jan 14, 2009
I like your attitude (DINER) you lame sucker...Be sure and tell the staff at Cerinos hello. Ask them whats it like being a bottom feeder in the restaurant business???By the way, what happened to your business? Did your customers finally figure out you where serving over priced feces also?

United States

#26 Jan 18, 2009
Did you want to judge my nuts too???

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