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mngrt

Canajoharie, NY

#1 May 19, 2013
What happened at the Elephant Bistro it appears closed?
wonder

Hadley, NY

#2 May 20, 2013
got caught serving alcohol to someone under 21
mngrt

Canajoharie, NY

#3 May 21, 2013
wow wouldn't of been easier to pay the fine and keep the business open
yeah

Springfield, NJ

#4 May 21, 2013
Yeah.... that's not why they closed idiot
SuzyQ

Fonda, NY

#5 May 21, 2013
Nice place, but not right for the area. Same reason "Church & Main" couldn't make it. Way too expensive. I had a glass of wine there once that was just as expensive as the whole bottle it comes in. "Come on man!"
for real

Roslindale, MA

#6 May 21, 2013
Fact they did get caught serving minors.
mngrt

Canajoharie, NY

#7 May 21, 2013
shame
yeah

Springfield, NJ

#8 May 21, 2013
SuzyQ wrote:
Nice place, but not right for the area. Same reason "Church & Main" couldn't make it. Way too expensive. I had a glass of wine there once that was just as expensive as the whole bottle it comes in. "Come on man!"
That's because you are a cheap bastard
yeah

Springfield, NJ

#9 May 21, 2013
They closed cause cheap f(/ks would rather eat at McDonald's then pay for a good meal here and there so businesses that serve good food and charge a bit more can't stay in business. Canjo and other small town people are just cheap not to say that all are but majority don't know good food if it hit them in the face
yeah

Springfield, NJ

#10 May 21, 2013
Not enough culture in small towns
mngrt

Canajoharie, NY

#11 May 22, 2013
true there is not enough culture in these small towns most likely due to lack of education
ole timer

Gloversville, NY

#12 May 22, 2013
It has nothing to do with culture; it has to do
with lack of money! P.S. Just got back from a
few days in Brooklyn, paid $12.00 for a bowl of
oatmeal for breakfast. I guess they must have a
lot of "culture" there.
runswithscissors

Mooresville, NC

#14 May 22, 2013
Don't know why they closed, but they did get busted for the selling to minors:

http://recordernews.com/News/05212013_sting
Montgomery

Speculator, NY

#15 May 22, 2013
What happened to Tony's???
yeah

Ardsley, NY

#16 May 22, 2013
ole timer wrote:
It has nothing to do with culture; it has to do
with lack of money! P.S. Just got back from a
few days in Brooklyn, paid $12.00 for a bowl of
oatmeal for breakfast. I guess they must have a
lot of "culture" there.
That's your own fault for paying for it and cost of living is a tad higher down there, haha. It's food culture dumba$$. Trying something new developing a taste for different food other than French fries and burgers. I would love to explain this but you are too stupid to get it.
yeah

Ardsley, NY

#17 May 22, 2013
Montgomery wrote:
What happened to Tony's???
Quality went down tremendously and the owner of the building was renting a space up the street so they decided to close the Tony's and turn it in to a dress store
yeah

Ardsley, NY

#18 May 22, 2013
mngrt wrote:
true there is not enough culture in these small towns most likely due to lack of education
Or the fact that most never leave
Beantown

United States

#19 May 22, 2013
runswithscissors wrote:
Don't know why they closed, but they did get busted for the selling to minors:
http://recordernews.com/News/05212013_sting
Closed because they CHOSE to close. The owners are not very friendly, and I hope the place just goes away.
ole timer

Gloversville, NY

#20 May 22, 2013
Yeah, you sound like one smart guy; what are you
doing around here? P.S. I've eaten in some of the
best places from the Napa Valley to Vegas to New
York to New Haven to Philly so you don't need to explain anything to me about "food culture" ,
especially if you thought Tony's ever served
great food. It was never any more than an average
pizza place.
truth

Gloversville, NY

#21 May 22, 2013
Somebody on here had a great comment (#13) about this, but I guess it was deleted because haters reported it and couldn't handle the truth. There was nothing wrong with it. Not like "yeah" who resorts to swearing and name calling.

It was about the valley being full of hard working farm communities and the culture that thrives (and most prefer) is friendly and affordable diners. We don't feel the need to pay city prices for the ordinary food the Bistro had. truth.

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