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Italian Food

Utica, NY

#1 Dec 9, 2012
What happened to Olive Garden? I thought they were building across from Kmart and Chuck E Cheese. Hadn't gone that way in a while and last night saw Moes' Southwest Grill I think the name was. Where is Olive Garden?
Upstate

Utica, NY

#2 Dec 9, 2012
Italian Food wrote:
What happened to Olive Garden? I thought they were building across from Kmart and Chuck E Cheese. Hadn't gone that way in a while and last night saw Moes' Southwest Grill I think the name was. Where is Olive Garden?
I believe they'll be next door to Moe's and they'll be opening some time next fall.
Try to be nice

Syracuse, NY

#4 Dec 9, 2012
Stu

New York, NY

#5 Dec 9, 2012
Yick...processed Italian food.
Hello

Utica, NY

#6 Dec 9, 2012
WTF wrote:
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You thought wrong. They were never building anywhere in New Hartford because it hasn't been approved by the planning board. Next time, read and comprehend!!
You are an idiot. First level of approval are done. Plans on desk in NH codes office. Waiting for SECOR.
Codes

Waterville, NY

#7 Dec 9, 2012
SECOR? Or do you mean SEQR (State Environmental Quality Review)?

“look up and laugh”

Level 9

Since: Jun 08

guess, where

#8 Dec 9, 2012
2 new restaurants should bring at least 25 jobs in each location. Thats good news.
well then

Camillus, NY

#10 Dec 10, 2012
WTF wrote:
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I don't know why I waste my time with you fools. I'm not even going to explain why, you're simply not worth my time and effort!!
If you stay off the boards completely you will be doing us all a favor.
chain food

New Hartford, NY

#11 Dec 10, 2012
it is al processed and gross
ThinkNot

Utica, NY

#12 Dec 10, 2012
buisness is business. Its good for the area
wages

Somerville, MA

#13 Dec 10, 2012
people cannot live off of retail and restaurant jobs! that's what's wrong with this area that's all they keep building is retail and restaurant we do not need it all we need business we need big business manufacturing professional businesses! this is crazy people! how can this be a good thing can you live on minimum wage? because that's what most retail in restaurant jobs pay maybe perhaps a little more but not much. not to mention with the economy the way it is how can we afford to go to these restaurants??
PT Barnum

Clinton, NY

#14 Dec 10, 2012
Processed or not, it's good food, consistent, nice choices and they're OPEN late and Sundays and Mondays. Something the local restaurants need to try. Now, go finish your McDonald's.
bo yard e

Utica, NY

#15 Dec 10, 2012
WTF wrote:
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You thought wrong. They were never building anywhere in New Hartford because it hasn't been approved by the planning board. Next time, read and comprehend!!
Approved and building on Burrstone Rd where Castlewood Diner used to be, you idiot. Why don't you read?
Ace

New Hartford, NY

#16 Dec 10, 2012
Morons love the "bottomless salad." Bon appetite!
Italian Food

Utica, NY

#17 Dec 11, 2012
bo yard e wrote:
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Approved and building on Burrstone Rd where Castlewood Diner used to be, you idiot. Why don't you read?
That is going to be a Dunkin Donuts and not an Olive Garden.
bo yard e

Utica, NY

#19 Dec 11, 2012
WTF wrote:
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You're an idiot of epic proportions. Dunkin Doughnuts has purchased that property and will open soon. You people show just how stupid you are just by opening your mouths!!
Your the idiot. I don't even open my mouth when I type on the computer.
Wow

Buffalo, NY

#20 Dec 11, 2012
Italian Food wrote:
What happened to Olive Garden? I thought they were building across from Kmart and Chuck E Cheese. Hadn't gone that way in a while and last night saw Moes' Southwest Grill I think the name was. Where is Olive Garden?
Can't wait!
italian food

Utica, NY

#21 Dec 11, 2012
wages wrote:
people cannot live off of retail and restaurant jobs! that's what's wrong with this area that's all they keep building is retail and restaurant we do not need it all we need business we need big business manufacturing professional businesses! this is crazy people! how can this be a good thing can you live on minimum wage? because that's what most retail in restaurant jobs pay maybe perhaps a little more but not much. not to mention with the economy the way it is how can we afford to go to these restaurants??
What's wrong with the area? How can starting a business in a depressed area that will employ people be a bad thing?

I want to know what's wrong with people who think they are entitled to a wage that satisifies their idea of what they think they need to live the lifestyle they want. That's what's crazy.

Go to school. Learn a skill. Make an effort to improve yourself so that you qualify for something better than a minimum wage job. Stop blaming the area, what ever that means. There are higher paid skilled labor jobs out there for those who qualify.
Sure

Utica, NY

#22 Dec 11, 2012
I wish it wentd downtown.
bobby flay

Utica, NY

#23 Dec 11, 2012
Sure wrote:
I wish it wentd downtown.
I heard it is going on Burrstone Rd near Slocum Dickson

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