Gondolier Pizza
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Glasgow Resident

Glasgow, KY

#1 Mar 29, 2011
We tried the new restaurant in Glasgow tonight. The food was great. I have only one suggestion. I like my Italian food with more spices like Basil, Oregano, and Thyme. Increase the seasonings and it will be outstanding. They need to teach the waiters and waitresses though that an empty drink glass or cup means a refill. Shouldn't have to ask for it. It should be asked by the waiter or waitress not the customer.
dining out

Glasgow, KY

#2 Mar 29, 2011
What are the times of operation?
SatisfiedCustome r

Glasgow, KY

#3 Mar 29, 2011
I'm surprised you had to wait for anything - I think they had the ENTIRE staff working there!

The quality, portions, and prices were definitely good. I have to agree with the spices though - the marinara sauce is kind of lackluster, and overall I wish that the food was more flavorful. Not a deal breaker - it's well worth the money.

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#4 Mar 29, 2011
where is ths place located
Nicole

Owensboro, KY

#5 Mar 29, 2011
Is this place a chain restaurant (located in other cities) or is it just another hole in the wall that will be gone in 4 months like Fergies and all the other joints that have come and gone since the moist vote.
juss sayin

Glasgow, KY

#6 Mar 29, 2011
its a chain Nicole.. they have two resturants that i know of, and have ate at in Severville & Gatlinburg TN.. both of those resturants are amazing, so im excited to try the one here in Glasgow
ElbowSprings

Munfordville, KY

#7 Mar 30, 2011
Nicole wrote:
Is this place a chain restaurant (located in other cities) or is it just another hole in the wall that will be gone in 4 months like Fergies and all the other joints that have come and gone since the moist vote.
Fergie's (and Buckhead) left because of landlord issues. Seems he will not do upkeep on the building. That is why both of those resturants left. They had great business. I wish Gondolier the best of luck. Hope the landlord will be good to them.
Don Diego

Glasgow, KY

#8 Mar 30, 2011
Yes Nicole, we know what a "chain restaurant" is, it means all food is frozen and consistent, all portions are the same, all menus are exactly alike....why you can go to this one in Glasgow or on your trip to Gatlinburg and know you will get the very same item that you love so much and you can even feel at home because they all look alike...the place you always sit at in your home town will look the very same way no matter where you travel....home away from home...no hole in the wall restaurant for you, you like consistency...I am really impressed with your ability to pick a good restaurant, I can not imagine this pizza joint being better than Buckheads but then this is a fast food town so this "chain " will probably make it ....that is if the investors make enough money...PEACE
Moondog

Glasgow, KY

#9 Mar 30, 2011
Do they serve alcohol there?
sue

Munfordville, KY

#10 Mar 30, 2011
When did they open?
Resident

Bowling Green, KY

#11 Mar 30, 2011
Yes, they serve alcohol - they opened about 3 days ago.
Resident

Bowling Green, KY

#12 Mar 30, 2011
ElbowSprings wrote:
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Fergie's (and Buckhead) left because of landlord issues. Seems he will not do upkeep on the building. That is why both of those resturants left. They had great business. I wish Gondolier the best of luck. Hope the landlord will be good to them.
Fergies also left because of a 9 dollar hot dog. Too High.
just wondering

Glasgow, KY

#13 Mar 30, 2011
they never ever sold hotdogs.
Finally

Glasgow, KY

#14 Mar 30, 2011
Finally, a place where you can get pizza and a beer!

That alone should guarantee success and a good customer base.

Glasgow is now out of the Dark Ages!
Resident

Bowling Green, KY

#15 Mar 30, 2011
just wondering wrote:
they never ever sold hotdogs.
Most certainly did. It was 9 dollars.
hcr

Glasgow, KY

#16 Mar 30, 2011
There are 30 of these restaurants located throughout Georgia,Tennessee,Florida & Ky.
Resident

Bowling Green, KY

#17 Mar 30, 2011
Let me clarify - Hot dogs were on the menu - 9 dollars - I also agree with you that they didn't sell a hot dog. I would not give 9 dollars for a hot dog when I can go to the store and buy a bunch of hot dogs for the same price.
Resident

Bowling Green, KY

#18 Mar 30, 2011
hcr wrote:
There are 30 of these restaurants located throughout Georgia,Tennessee,Florida & Ky.
There good but they need to increase herbs in their stuff. More Basil, Oregano and Thyme would make the restaurants outstanding in terms of flavor.
Resident

Bowling Green, KY

#19 Mar 30, 2011
Finally wrote:
Finally, a place where you can get pizza and a beer!
That alone should guarantee success and a good customer base.
Glasgow is now out of the Dark Ages!
Rumor has it that Pizza Hut bought the old Los Mariachis building on Happy Valley Road. It's large enough to add a bar in it. Maybe Pizza hut will start serving alcohol soon.
Sarah

Birmingham, AL

#20 Mar 30, 2011
i was puzzled why the mushrooms on my pizza appeared to have appendages until i realized they were cockroaches.

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