For Powers that be, it's all Harris Hill

For Powers that be, it's all Harris Hill

There are 7 comments on the Buffalo News story from Feb 27, 2008, titled For Powers that be, it's all Harris Hill. In it, Buffalo News reports that:

“They weren't really afraid to put their neck out there, if it was something they believed in, if they believed in the righteousness of the cause. We came from the kind of background that you had to at least try.”

Harris Hill is the rare Clarence neighborhood where not much has changed in the last 40 years. via Buffalo News

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Prober

Buffalo, NY

#1 Apr 11, 2008
Still lovung the Harris Hill Plaza...bring back Ted's and Sammys Villa Sorrento!
mark

United States

#2 May 6, 2008
Is anyone aware of the Historic Sears Homes on Harris Hill. They are treasures of american history.
Prober from Florida

Cary, NC

#3 May 8, 2008
Hanging at the Bowling Alley and the Harris Hill Park and the quarry behind the Bowling Alley....Halloween Disruption that made the national news.....I'll take a big piece of Sammy's Lasagna

PROBE
Bob L

Southwest Brevard Cnty, FL

#4 Jun 26, 2011
Prober wrote:
Still lovung the Harris Hill Plaza...bring back Ted's and Sammys Villa Sorrento!
Sammy's was absolutely the best! We spent our formative years drinking Sam's draft (beer he poured from left over glasses) and playing pinball. His Ham subs were to die for (both his wife Carol and the other waitress Carol were the best!). It was truly the CCHS meeting place.
Mike

Bethlehem, PA

#5 Nov 30, 2011
I'm thankful that I never drank draft beer at Sammy's. I do miss the place- and Sammy.
Mike Edridge

Zionhill, PA

#6 Jan 18, 2013
Bob L wrote:
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Sammy's was absolutely the best! We spent our formative years drinking Sam's draft (beer he poured from left over glasses) and playing pinball. His Ham subs were to die for (both his wife Carol and the other waitress Carol were the best!). It was truly the CCHS meeting place.
That's why I never drank draft beer at Sammy's. It was a comfortable, friendly place though, and Sammy was quite the character.
Original Probe Member

Rochester, NY

#7 Nov 22, 2016
Mike Edridge wrote:
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That's why I never drank draft beer at Sammy's. It was a comfortable, friendly place though, and Sammy was quite the character.
It's Spammy's pizza that I and some of the walking distance locals remember most fondly. And yes, old Spammy trying to get the local young hoodlums to move things around for the pay of a pitcher of spew he collected. I still live there in walking distance but the old plaz is way different.

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