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Sherburne, NY

#22 Sep 1, 2013
The Rome City Republican Chairman, the Diva of Kent St is now cooking food there, due to all the money she was ordered to pay by the Federal Judge last month. She drained the Republican City committee account, the disabilty check that she erroneaoulsy gets monthly won't cover the cost, now she get's free lunch 7 days a week, and cooks their to make money to pay two attorneys.
Her husband is washing dishes there too. I wouldn't have her wipe my ass, let alone cook for
me. Way to Sal, you will be closing by the end of year surving garbage to your customers!
love the boyz

Watertown, NY

#23 Sep 1, 2013
in litigation wrote:
oh, and you can file a complaint with city hall inspectors who have to go in by surprise visit and if they get caught they shut them down till they clean everything up. so for you to not call them and tell them you got rotten food and a refund, well, you must be rich or don't know you have rights.
"surprise visit"? city hall inspectors? wtf are you on? the city does no such thing you fkn moron. the county health dept inspects food establishments. boyz gets ZERO violations. who's behind this thread? most likely a disgruntled ex-employee. even competitors don't stoop this low. anyone who believes a word of this garbage is seriously flawed.
now stop with that

United States

#24 Sep 1, 2013
Forget about the food sal is selling cigs an making lots of money the cops have to get that grease ball ok

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#25 Sep 2, 2013
disgusted wrote:
The first bite did not have salami in it. The second did. The instant I bit the salami I knew it was rotten. I then inspected the other pieces of salami. It was rotten. R O T T E N.
Why don't you go order some?
It really is a shame, I eat (not anymore!) there quite frequently, I think they have decent pizza and I have always liked whatever I got. I will not eat there anymore though!
I hope you get some rotten salami from there so you will know I am not being dramatic. Like I said, go down there and order some, you can see for yourself.
Take a look around your home. I'll bet you have a kitchen. Learn how to use it and you'll know what's in your food. Problem solved!
Got a good point

Baltimore, MD

#26 Sep 2, 2013
RegularCrewChief wrote:
<quoted text>
Take a look around your home. I'll bet you have a kitchen. Learn how to use it and you'll know what's in your food. Problem solved!
Good point!!
Geez

Blossvale, NY

#27 Sep 2, 2013
RegularCrewChief wrote:
<quoted text>
Take a look around your home. I'll bet you have a kitchen. Learn how to use it and you'll know what's in your food. Problem solved!
Okay, you are an idiot. We've got it. Why do you keep insisting on proving to us what we already know? The point is some of us cook 5 or 6 nights a week, but maybe there's a night ot two that we'd like to relax and eat out. You know the whole point of a restaurant?

Congratulations. You are officially topix most feeble minded poster.

Your brilliant solution to all of this is that no one should ever patronize a restaurant again?
in litigation

Saranac Lake, NY

#28 Sep 2, 2013
love the boyz wrote:
<quoted text> "surprise visit"? city hall inspectors? wtf are you on? the city does no such thing you fkn moron. the county health dept inspects food establishments. boyz gets ZERO violations. who's behind this thread? most likely a disgruntled ex-employee. even competitors don't stoop this low. anyone who believes a word of this garbage is seriously flawed.
fkn moron? fcuk you. you do NOT know me and I would not give a person of such diminished capacity the time of day since your probably high or drunk all the time.
I got food poison and yes, a complaint to city hall usually does the trick moron, they must go inspect without any warning moron so they can catch the dirty place in the act moron. That's exactly what they did in my case moron.
Maybe you like dirty rotten food, probably from all the dumpster diving you do or maybe you just have no standards but whatever, moron, you sir or hoe can go fcuketh thyselth and die since your comment is moronic at best.
You obviously only know one side of the laws of the land and it most likely is that of defendant.
Go do your community service like a nice criminal and leave us law abiding people/humans alone. moron.

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#29 Sep 3, 2013
Geez wrote:
<quoted text>
Okay, you are an idiot. We've got it. Why do you keep insisting on proving to us what we already know? The point is some of us cook 5 or 6 nights a week, but maybe there's a night ot two that we'd like to relax and eat out. You know the whole point of a restaurant?
Congratulations. You are officially topix most feeble minded poster.
Your brilliant solution to all of this is that no one should ever patronize a restaurant again?
And your brilliant deduction of my comment to the "frequent diner" who was pitching a fit about the quality of restaurant food is that no one should ever patronize a restaurant again? Sorry, I think you've got that Most Feeble Minded Poster award sitting on your shelf already.
the cleaner

Springfield, NJ

#30 Sep 3, 2013
That guy sal does he still take flat bet on college and pro football game. That sal guy can smass
Not a customer

Dover, DE

#31 Sep 3, 2013
Do not City Hall you need to call the County Health Department. They're the ones that do yearly health inspections. Also I think the Casadis are part owners so that should tell you something about bad food.
love the boyz

Tully, NY

#32 Sep 3, 2013
in litigation wrote:
<quoted text>
fkn moron? fcuk you. you do NOT know me and I would not give a person of such diminished capacity the time of day since your probably high or drunk all the time.
I got food poison and yes, a complaint to city hall usually does the trick moron, they must go inspect without any warning moron so they can catch the dirty place in the act moron. That's exactly what they did in my case moron.
Maybe you like dirty rotten food, probably from all the dumpster diving you do or maybe you just have no standards but whatever, moron, you sir or hoe can go fcuketh thyselth and die since your comment is moronic at best.
You obviously only know one side of the laws of the land and it most likely is that of defendant.
Go do your community service like a nice criminal and leave us law abiding people/humans alone. moron.
that's quite a meltdown there sparky....but you only dug yourself a deeper hole LOL so exactly who did you call at city hall? what was the person's name? what department?...or did you call the mayor directly? careful now . anything you reply is very easily verified. best for you to go back to slamming your head on the sidewalk to collect insurance money. just remember that you need a witness. oooops! LOL have you hired a lawyer yet? what a freakin' MORON! hehehehe
Sal dont care

Brooklyn, NY

#33 Sep 3, 2013
Leave the old man alone or else
love the boyz

Tully, NY

#34 Sep 3, 2013
Not a customer wrote:
Do not call City Hall you need to call the County Health Department. They're the ones that do yearly health inspections.
Exactly. Only an uneducated, worthless, piece of $hit MORON would come on here claiming that city government handles COUNTY health dept issues. The only "litigation" going on is between the 2 factions of this moron's bi-polar disorder.
disgusted

Hartford, CT

#35 Sep 5, 2013
Look, I am not a "disgruntled ex-employee." I have never cooked nor waited tables in my life. Do I sound like someone who was working at that place? I have an education. Would my story have been so specific?

My point about not calling them personslly to complain is that no one else would know about their rotten food. Do you think they are going to go advertising it? No! But a heck of a lot of people know now from posting it here! Everyone I personally know now knows of their rotten food. It is called "word of mouth" and it can be a business' best friend or worst enemy if they are not up to par.

No, I did not get sick from it thank God!! And if I had, yes I would have been suing.

They know about it from this post... someone related to someone who works there, if not someone who works there knows about this post. Rome is tiny. People who own businesses (if they are smart) often check this site to see what, if anything has been said about them.

For someone to say I should learn to use my own kitchen, that is just asinine. If we all did that there would be plenty of people out of a job. Just because I got rotten food one time I should never eat out again? Please... I will just stick to eating at establishments where I know the owners/employees personally.

I hope this never happens to any of you crying "drama" or "disgruntled ex-employee" because even though I did not get sick, I could have, and so could you. It is also disgusting. If I *were* a disgruntled ex-employee, I probably would have been pointing out illegal things going on, as a few posters here have done, not some rotten salami.
business owner

Watertown, NY

#36 Sep 5, 2013
disgusted wrote:
They know about it from this post... someone related to someone who works there, if not someone who works there knows about this post. Rome is tiny. People who own businesses (if they are smart) often check this site to see what, if anything has been said about them.
Trust me sweetheart. This cesspool is the LAST place I (or any other "smart" business owner) would look for objective feedback about our business. Your ignorance, immaturity and obsession over a (supposed) bad piece of salami only reveals that you fit right in here. What a sad little person you must be, the one man health dept ., savior of us all. Get a hobby, volunteer, get a life.

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#37 Sep 5, 2013
disgusted wrote:
Look, I am not a "disgruntled ex-employee." I have never cooked nor waited tables in my life. Do I sound like someone who was working at that place? I have an education. Would my story have been so specific?
My point about not calling them personslly to complain is that no one else would know about their rotten food. Do you think they are going to go advertising it? No! But a heck of a lot of people know now from posting it here! Everyone I personally know now knows of their rotten food. It is called "word of mouth" and it can be a business' best friend or worst enemy if they are not up to par.
No, I did not get sick from it thank God!! And if I had, yes I would have been suing.
They know about it from this post... someone related to someone who works there, if not someone who works there knows about this post. Rome is tiny. People who own businesses (if they are smart) often check this site to see what, if anything has been said about them.
For someone to say I should learn to use my own kitchen, that is just asinine. If we all did that there would be plenty of people out of a job. Just because I got rotten food one time I should never eat out again? Please... I will just stick to eating at establishments where I know the owners/employees personally.
I hope this never happens to any of you crying "drama" or "disgruntled ex-employee" because even though I did not get sick, I could have, and so could you. It is also disgusting. If I *were* a disgruntled ex-employee, I probably would have been pointing out illegal things going on, as a few posters here have done, not some rotten salami.
Nah. I'll just call you a lazy dipshit and leave it at that. You don't like restaurant food, don't eat out. Cook for yourself. You're not creating jobs, or sustaining the economy in any meaningful way. You're just too damn lazy to feed yourself.

Now, what. You gonna sue me?
wow

Brooklyn, NY

#38 Sep 8, 2013
there pizza sucks and the price of a slice is crazy 3.40 for a slice
no more

Rome, NY

#39 Oct 14, 2013
I quit going in there quite a while ago myself...the fat italian guy being rude to customers/employees pretty much nonstop. Gets old quick. Like most people I work hard for my income and if I choose to spend some extra money on going out for food I don't want to deal with miserable people!
Honk on Bobo

Cantonment, FL

#40 Oct 15, 2013
What sort of business do you "own"?

Sure as HELL ain't a Charm School.
business owner wrote:
<quoted text> Trust me sweetheart. This cesspool is the LAST place I (or any other "smart" business owner) would look for objective feedback about our business. Your ignorance, immaturity and obsession over a (supposed) bad piece of salami only reveals that you fit right in here. What a sad little person you must be, the one man health dept ., savior of us all. Get a hobby, volunteer, get a life.
NOW

Honk

on

Bobo.
hahaha

Brooklyn, NY

#41 Oct 18, 2013
disgusted wrote:
I don't know who was working there. My kid's father went in to pick it up. I hope they only sold one antipasto today and one of their employees reads this so they know exactly who I am! I am praying I don't get food poisoning. How can you do this to someone you jerks! You should have just left the salami out! I will never eat there again and I will be telling everyone I know what kind of establishment they are running over there.
Your kids father? Typical Roman

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