Disappointing service. Server was inconvenienced by our presence. Food was pricey, but good. The Chef probably deserves better front-of-the-house representation.
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Good food, a bit short-staffed, but the employees work hard to make it a nice dining experience. In town for a job interview and intended to go to J Corks. They were booked and directed to me to a local dive bar as something similar....More
I was really in the mood for a good burger. I didn't really care for all of the toppings on any three of their burgers on the menu, so I asked to switch the cheese, add mushrooms, and omit a couple of the ingredients. The...More
I checked the restaurant webpage, and thought I had found a place to entertain out-of-town guests for a Sunday brunch. However, the schedule as posted on their website, on the front door, and on their answering machine message turned out to be untrue. When we...More
My husband and I loved this place when it was one eleven, but we showed up for dinner last night without realizing that the restaurant changed to a Jack Nicholson theme and the menu changed. We were skeptical but were hungry. We had to sit...More
Nice atmosphere, interesting menu, delicious food. We decided to head to Greensburg for a Friday night date. We googled 'restaurant's near us" and decided on 111. When we got there, we found that the restaurant name had changed, but social media was not up to...More
It's a beautiful restored store front in downtown Greensburg. Small menu, but executed exquisitely! I had the Ciopinno (sorry if I spelled that wrong). The sauce was rich & flavorful & there was lots of goodies! Lobster, mussels, shrimp & fish. My aunt & grandmother...More