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markrumsey    0

The people who brought you Bistro Bella Vita are opening a new restaurant at 924 Cherry - The Green Well. It is scheduled to open in mid-September and is modeled after a European Gastro Pub. They are planning to have fresh, locally sourced food and twenty beers on tap. The building was constructed by Bazzani Associates and is part of the very

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jwazzz    15

I can't wait - it's about a 3 minute walk from my house and may become my second home. I love the Pickwick and I hope it never changes but with the Meanwhile @ Diamond & Wealthy and now the Green Well, the neighborhood has a couple other options. I believe both of the new places will have outdoor seating too.

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Coleco    1
:offtopic: I'd heard a couple of people recommend the Pickwick, so I checked it out a couple of months back. I think I must have chosen "Filthy, no atmosphere, no service, inhospitable locals day" as it just felt like someone had put a bottle fridge in a slum to me. I couldn't get out of there fast enough!

Andy

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Rhino6885    0
:offtopic: I'd heard a couple of people recommend the Pickwick, so I checked it out a couple of months back. I think I must have chosen "Filthy, no atmosphere, no service, inhospitable locals day" as it just felt like someone had put a bottle fridge in a slum to me. I couldn't get out of there fast enough!

Andy

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RenZone    0
Agreed.

Back on topic, has anyone else noticed the picket fence surrounding the Green Well's patio? It seems a little out of place to me. Maybe when it's finished and surrounded by greenery it won't stand out as much.

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Nitro    3
I was told it's temporary; just something they needed to do for permits. Looks like they have brick corners where a permanet fence will go. I'm sure they'll have to go with smoe steel. Wood wouldn't make it through the winters too well.

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:offtopic: I'd heard a couple of people recommend the Pickwick, so I checked it out a couple of months back. I think I must have chosen "Filthy, no atmosphere, no service, inhospitable locals day" as it just felt like someone had put a bottle fridge in a slum to me. I couldn't get out of there fast enough!

Andy

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