Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Beer, wings and hoops ... It's tournament time. Here's where to catch the games.
Don't have enough TV screens to keep up with your March Madness bracket? There are plenty of viewing options in and around Chartiers Valley. The popular NCAA Division I men's basketball championships tournament starts on Tuesday night with two first-round games. Pittsburgh Bottleshop Cafe 1597 Washington Pike, Collier, PA 15017 412-279-8170 - $2.50 Coors Light drafts during NCAA basketball games Duke's Rib House 1910 Cochran Rd., Scott, PA 15220 412-207-1235 - 20-ounce Miller Lite drafts for $3 each during NCAA basketball games; enter to win a $100 bar tab and other prizes, courtesy of Miller Lite Burgh's Pizza & Wing Pub 533 Washington Ave., Bridgeville, PA 15017 412-257-8767 Applebee's 2101 Greentree Rd., Scott, PA 15220 412-276-9166 Too…
Monday, February 27, 2012
Here's your chance to vote for the best places in town to get your favorite burger.
Monday, February 27, 2012
We know you have them in your brain: Those favorite shops you frequent again and again. The restaurants you recommend to your friends. Well, here's your chance to tell your neighbors. The first favorite we want to know about is hamburgers! Who's serving up the best burger in town? Six that come to mind are Bee’z, Sauce, Burgh’s, Bottle Shop Café, Damon’s and Applebee’s. Then you can 'vote' for your favorite by leaving a review on the business's directory listing on Chartiers Valley Patch Places. The winner will be determined by the Patch local editor, based in large part on the reviews. And be nice: we'll only consider positive reviews in making our decision. Make sure to vote by writing a review by 9 a.m. Friday. Patch Local Editor Mike …
Friday, December 2, 2011
Want to help a fallen officer’s family? Here's an easy, and delicious, way to do so.
Stop by your favorite Applebee’s restaurant on Monday, Dec. 5, to enjoy a great meal and contribute to a great cause. Twenty Applebee’s restaurants in the greater Pittsburgh region have teamed up with the Western Pennsylvania Police Benevolent Foundation (WPPBF) and the Officer Derek Kotecki Benefit Committee to raise funds for the Officer Derek Kotecki Memorial Fund. The fund benefits the family of Lower Burrell Police Officer Derek Kotecki, who was shot and killed in the line of duty on Oct. 12, when he and his K-9 partner, Odin, were pursuing murder suspect and fugitive Charlie Post. The 18-year veteran left behind a wife and two young sons, as well as many friends and colleagues. However, a valuable resource was able to swiftly come to…