It means that 64% are barely above poverty - 14207 is only a little less poor than 14213. Only an idiot would think that 36% poverty is in any way acceptable, or that an overpriced bar belongs in the midst of such poverty.
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is he one of the 'friends in the restaurant community' alluded to above?
It's always on the short list when in town...after Duffs and Teds .I still have most of those trip discs
doesn't that mean that 64% is -not- below the poverty level?
if people from outside of 14207 spend money there, doesn't it mean jobs for people who probably do live near the restaurant?
With 36% of the surrounding neighborhood (14207) living below "poverty level", these new bars can't be counting on local clientele.
How are you going to give him more of your business when you live in Charleston?!? This will end badly for all concerned parties, just like the time you decided to save Starseed Enterprise single-handedly.
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The Phoenix looks to be a wonderful new addition to the Amherst strip and I can't wait to get there. If things keep proceeding at this pace, we'll soon recreate the five bars that once populated this intersection.
For all the hard work people put into these projects... would it kill National Fuel to throw the meters around back?
I didn't know the background of his wife leaving him to raise the kid by himself...that's depressing....knowing that I may have to start giving him more of my business...because the food really is pretty good...
you made me laugh about #1 Kitchen. You're right: There is no heat whatsoever. And the food isn't even as bad as the competition. But it sure does look like a Russian version of a take out restaurant--shoddy paint, threadbare atmosphere. That poor guy (the owner) works day and night every single day. His wife left him quite a while ago, he told me in broken English, and he raises their six year old daughter himself (and that poor girl is always stuck there in the restaurant with her winter coat on until 10 or so at night. Cute kid. Nice, hard working dad. But damn, some day she'll write a book about being stuck in her father's restaurant all night every night . . .)
This could be Buffalo's Little Five Points with a little more time.....bars, tattoo parlors, interesting characters randomly pushing shopping carts of their belongins by...but The polish platter at Barry's is always top notch...and the Mellenium clothing boutique across the street is too much....8 Ball leather bomber jackets, incense, knockoff Air Jordan's, lingerie...beepers...it has it all...on another subject, how the heck does The #1 Kitchen not get closed down?....the food is actually rather good but man they have to be breaking some codes....no heat inside, plastic curtains used for insulation, holes so big going through the side of the building a capybara could squeeze through....but the General Tso is really tasty...Reminds me of what a Chinese restaurant would be like in Russia
I was in there Friday night..Awesome! Great atmosphere and staff. Can't wait to go back for a bite too eat.
This is great! I've marched several years in the Rediscover Amherst Street parade, and this section of the street has always looked forlorn. Glad to see changes to that in the works.
So in the future: shoot a round @ Tee to Green, then buy a round @ The Phoenix--?
Great lunches. Not just your typical tavern food either.
is that why they're called 'proper'ties?
can they still be called 'proper'ties if they don't meet the 'proper' criteria?
props to those who maintain their properties...
Don't forget about Barrys' also! They have been there for years!
See, this is not terribly expensive.
A properly shingled building
A proper roof (though I cant see it)
A proper tasteful color
A proper tree and landscaping
A maintained sidewalk, curb, street (though I cant see it)
not to much to ask of anyone for their home or business.
Very cool. Good to see another building coming back to life. Any word on opening of new brewpub across the street at the former Hilliker's Pasttime? Pearl Street's map of its "brewery district" identifies a place called the Black Pearl, which I assume is the new venture.