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Chaaaain store.

;)
Canadian company that used to be average in quality and rapidly dropped off when they switched almost everything over to frozen food instead of fresh ingredients.

Interesting fact that they were started up by celebrity businessman Jim Treliving, who’s son is Brad Treliving, the current GM for the Calgary Flames. 

@Soulfly3 can add his opinion on BP if he feels so inclined.

 
Boston's Pizza, is known as Boston Pizza, north of the border.

Ok, so... Great memory.

University years (16yrs ago now) they used to run a deal on Thursday, it was a pitcher of beer + large pizza for 16-18$. Which is an absolute steal (up here anyways). The beer was cold, the pizza was actually decent.

Let's go back about 10yrs now... everything got jacked up in price and the food started to suck. Haven't been there more than 2-3x since, after going weekly for 2-3yrs w the boys.

They also used to sell "Team PItchers" which were maybe 3 pitchers worth, for a really decent price too... Used to grab one fo Strongbnow and one of Bud... always ice cold... great times.

 
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Bunch of arrogant Patriot fans who work for me keep telling me how Boston bar pizza is the best in the world. I don’t buy it. But if so - how do you rank ‘em? Tried Town Spa but it didn’t ship well
My uncle married into the family that owns the Spa, grew up on the stuff. Despite that bias, I rank Poopsie's in Pembroke first - hit it every Friday during the summer on my way into Humarock.

 
Bunch of arrogant Patriot fans who work for me keep telling me how Boston bar pizza is the best in the world. I don’t buy it. But if so - how do you rank ‘em? Tried Town Spa but it didn’t ship well
IMO bar pizza is best cooked on a grill for about 10 from frozen. I prefer Cape Cod

 
Was just back in the city, first time I've seen the Seaport district, and dang....

It's crazy there, the growth, new condo towers, hotels, the casino, an entire area no one used to go to (Marriott Long Wharf happy hour was about it) is now crazy with high end restaurants.

 
Was just back in the city, first time I've seen the Seaport district, and dang....

It's crazy there, the growth, new condo towers, hotels, the casino, an entire area no one used to go to (Marriott Long Wharf happy hour was about it) is now crazy with high end restaurants.
It is nuts there now...quite busy

Headed there tomorrow for dinner at Committee...

 

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