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Chambersburg, PA

Best Dining In Chambersburg, Part three

I drove by Blazing Bull at their new location on LWE and Edwards Ave. today. They are open and smokin'.  (May 9, 2014 | post #1152)

Chambersburg, PA

Glad there is no Faith Based Persecution.

He got a real pretty mouth ain't he?  (Dec 19, 2013 | post #232)

Chambersburg, PA

Best Dining In Chambersburg, Part three

Add brisket to the great food I've tried at McCollum's BBQ.  (Jun 2, 2013 | post #948)

Chambersburg, PA

Best Dining In Chambersburg, Part three

The actual greeting is usually "what do you'uns want?" On a positive note, I've been eating my way through the menu at McCollum's BBQ in Fayetteville. I've had the half rack of ribs, pit beef, pulled pork, and quarter chicken, with sides of collard greens, baked mac & cheese,yams and baked beans, all great. The service is extremely friendly and accommodating. It's best done as take-out, but there are a few small tables if you eat there. With Norlo Park nearby a picnic might be nice.  (May 7, 2013 | post #899)

Chambersburg, PA

Best Dining In Chambersburg, Part three

Booze news flash! Montezuma's Wayne Ave. location will get last new liquor license for Franklin Co. Also the Borough Council passed the new BYOB regs. which are far less restrictive the original proposal. Restaurants would need to apply for a permit and limit hours for consumption to 11AM to 11PM.  (Feb 27, 2013 | post #772)

Chambersburg, PA

Best Dining In Chambersburg, Part three

There was an article in Wed.s Public Opinion on Café d'Italia's new owners and menu. It can still be found on the Chambersburg news link on the right side of this page. I'm looking forward to trying their new menu. They mentioned working together with Tuscarora Winery for tastings and food pairing.  (Feb 20, 2013 | post #769)

Chambersburg, PA

Best Dining In Chambersburg, Part three

I've enjoyed the Café d' Italia since it opened and hope it stays open with the same level of food and service. I've noticed that the menu has become a little stagnant and wonder if that reflects the owners decision to exit.  (Jan 13, 2013 | post #706)

Chambersburg, PA

Best Dining In Chambersburg, Part three

I've got an idea, let's talk about places to dine! Had lunch last week at the Highline Restaurant and Railway Lounge in Greencastle. It's right across Baltimore St. from the old CVRR Highline Station. It has a nice cozy atmosphere and the service was pleasant and efficient. I had their black bean with bacon soup, split a Bacon Angus Cheeseburger w/bacon with my dining companion and washed it down with a Boxcar Ale(I wanted something light since we were on our way to Hagerstown for shopping.) It was all great.The bill was around $20. They have an interesting website at: www.thehighlineres taurant.com  (Jan 12, 2013 | post #702)

Chambersburg, PA

Wisconsin group tells Chambersburg Glee Club to cut Chris...

Better clip on Kyle's "It's Hard to be a Jew on Christmas." www.southparkstudi os.com/clips/10377 2/a-jew-on-christm as  (Jan 4, 2013 | post #56)

Chambersburg, PA

Wisconsin group tells Chambersburg Glee Club to cut Chris...

Were there any Kwanzaa carols? There just aren't many good Wiccan solstice songs either. Maybe they could of had Kyle sing "It's Hard to Be A Jew on Christmas." www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=EP1gNYU27Tk  (Jan 4, 2013 | post #55)

Chambersburg, PA

Best Dining In Chambersburg, Part three

So, there's been about 40 posts since I added this review,with none of them dealing with a restaurant recently visited. Can we get back to some useful information on local eateries. I checked Flannery's website and they have some interesting choices. Has anyone been there recently? I got a gift certificate for Good-Ta-Go for Christmas and can't wait to fill my growler with Bell's Two Hearted Ale.  (Jan 1, 2013 | post #682)

Chambersburg, PA

Best Dining In Chambersburg, Part three

Went to Hanover to meet friends for lunch last week. I was sad to see that Kclingers had closed. We went to Staub's The Landing,and had a great meal. I had cup of cream of lump crab soup and a Carribean jerk burger. Life-partner had baked potato soup and a warm roast beef sandwich. All very good.Draft selection was Guinness,Bass, Yuengling Lager,Sam Adams and some fairy-piss, but they have quite a few micro's in bottles. Worth a try if you find yourself in Hanover.  (Dec 28, 2012 | post #641)

Chambersburg, PA

Stolen baby Jesus returns a year later

It looks like the secular humanists and atheists are freeing the MIAs and POWs in the "War on Christmas." Can peace talks be far behind?  (Dec 9, 2012 | post #3)

Chambersburg, PA

Stolen baby Jesus returns a year later

Wow! A baby Jesus recovered in the arms of the Civil War soldier on the square, another on the"Dough Boy" statue. State police discovered yet another "Baby J" Tuesday night on Mower Road. Local Christians should rejoyce that so many people are finding Jesus  (Dec 6, 2012 | post #1)

Chambersburg, PA

Unemployment at 4 year low

ArchieBunkie [to Edith]:Open a fresh box of Twinkies for Mr. Davis. Sammy Davis Jr: Twinkies? Mike Stivic: Yeah, it's kind of a WASP soulfood.  (Nov 16, 2012 | post #47)

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Headline:

Snarko ergo sum!

Hometown:

West of the Moon, PA

Neighborhood:

Mr. Roger's

Local Favorites:

Roy-Pitz, Benney's,Cafe D'Italia,ABC Gettysburg,Hempen Hill BBQ,Schmankerl Stube,Tuscarora Mt. Winery,Flannery's, In&Out,Good-Ta-Go,Tito's

I Belong To:

SnarkANON

When I'm Not on Topix:

I'm memorizing the lyrics to "Tequila."

Read My Forum Posts Because:

You lead a life of quiet desperation.

I'm Listening To:

The voices in my head!

Read This Book:

The Wit and Wisdom of Spiro T. Agnew

Favorite Things:

Belgian blondes( and ale,too)

On My Mind:

Georgia,Cheatin',Mama,You were always.

I Believe In:

Truth,justice, and the American way!