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We had such a variation in our menu from haddock to steak. Not only was the dinner menu amazing but the passed hors devours were absolutely delicious and creatively displayed.
Dave, Chris and their staff are extremely meticulous and ensured that there was not a single detail missed.
Built as a New York Central Railroad station, in 1915 it became tenanted by the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad and the New York, Ontario and Western Railway as well, those two companies abandoning their structures.
At one time, the waiting room also contained three ticket windows, an information office, 15 pay telephones, a Western Union office, two shoeshine stands, a bar and grill. The station's restoration began in 1978, but refurbishing/restoration work continues to this day.
It’s difficult to explain the pure wondrousness of those 25 episodes for those who didn’t watch in real time: Every week a bevy of men from all walks of life competed for the adulation of a regular black girl from around the way.
She made no qualms about making it clear that the men were there for her objectification, from lasciviously commenting on one’s bulge to letting another know he looked like “a pinto bean with eyes.” She could tell a man that she looked forward to treating him as a plaything in the same breath as she expressed a desire for a “real thug” straight out of Destiny’s Child’s “Soldier.” Pollard was also prone to giving them nicknames of her own such as Token, Whiteboy — my personal favorite — Rico, and Punk, who is now more commonly known as David Otunga, the fiancee of Jennifer Hudson. They drew up business plans to market their financial value.
That is a title that is reserved for the notorious Tiffany “New York” Pollard.
For those who are unfamiliar, Tiffany Pollard (of the Utica, New York, Pollards) made her grand entrance into the reality-show cannon in 2006 via VH1’s cult-classic dating game show, , starring Public Enemy’s Flavor Flav as the bachelor.
Featuring “The Barn Door", which is a western-themed bar upstairs.
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The Boehlert Transportation Center at Union Station is a train station served by Amtrak and the Adirondack Scenic Railroad in Utica, New York. Symmetrically rectangular in plan, there are thirteen bays across the façade and fifteen on the side elevations.
It is owned by Oneida County, and named for retired U. A brick parapet crowns the building; over the main entrance is a large clock flanked by eagle sculptures.
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