Allentown's Cosmopolitan restaurant re-creates vintage taste of Sal's Spaghetti House
There are 1 comment on the The Morning Call story from Jan 22, 2013, titled Allentown's Cosmopolitan restaurant re-creates vintage taste of Sal's Spaghetti House. In it, The Morning Call reports that:
Twenty five years after Sal Poidomani turned off the last burner at his restaurant, his simmering red sauce again will flavor downtown Allentown dining experiences.
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#1 Jan 22, 2013
I was there and had a felet migon two ceser salads and veal cheek ravioli at a cost of onehudred twenty dollars. Very overpriced and not a good atmosphere.
Sangria at the butz building I had two felet mingon on a hot rock, two ceaser salads and a brisheda one hundred dollars. The atmosphere was sectacular and the service and eating experiance was excelent especialy the raw meat on a hot rock was the most interesting.
I still do not understand people going out to eat and eat everything because it is there¿
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