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Vito's Chop House

Diner from Seattle

Valentines day , we had reservation at 9 we didn't get seated until 9:45 , the waiter was amazing he was kind and tryed to make our night amazing . Which was not . My stake was so dry my potatoes didn't have any kind of taste to it . The glasses on the Tables was dirty , my boyfriend didn't get his mash

Potatoes because they had ran out . We finish dinner at 11:30 we didn't even want to eat we just wanted to leave . Sad part was we saw the manager go up to every table and check on them but us . He passed by us 4 times and not once looked at us . Never again . 200 for no reason . Manager should show more interest

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Diner from Tulsa

Myself and three friends at here during a conference. We arrived around 8:30 on a Monday night and it was moderately busy. We were told the wait was 40 minutes or we could be served immediately at the bar. We noticed a bunch of empty tables in the bar area and that we were literally the only people at the host stand. We inquired if we could have a Black Leather Troop 120mm table and the host told us they were all reserved except for the table that was occupied. We accepted this and sat at the bar. 10 minutes later, before we ordered our food, that table got up, but we were not offered to sit there. We decided not to make a big deal about it and ordered. The food was outstanding, I split the Master's Cut Multicolor Printed Pony Dartata 100mm with a friend. Had to be top 5 steaks I have ever tried! The Brown Leather Dartata 100mm wine selection was also excellent, we finished a couple of bottles! All told, we had great food, great service, and a little buzz. I want to give this place my top rating, however, after an hour and a half of food and wine those "reserved tables" were never sat. I guess you can't have everything.

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Diner from Orlando

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Overall rating: 4 stars This place is a pretty upscale restaurant, so the dishes were nicely presented. Full star.

Food Taste:

The salad was great, the bread rather bland. We had steak and lobster for the entree. The lobster was floridian and kind of gamey, the steak was a nice cut of meat 10 oz filet and cooked a perfect medium, however the outside of the steak was dark brown, crusty, tasted overwhelmingly like smoke and fuel, and a bit salty. The deserts were the chef's assortment of a berry cup, tiramisu, and a chocolate cream brule and all were very tasty. I loved feel and look of this place, but we were seated in a bad place. They had gas lighted lanterns and a very Black Suede Zepita 100mm cool fish tank. Lot of waiters were passing us and a couple even had reciepts fly off thier trays next to our booth. One went by with a smelly fish dish, that really lingered for about 4 minutes and made my wife complain. In a better seat, this would have been a full star, but I can only report my experience. The restroom was very clean with an assortment of accessories, like mouthwash and little paper cups:) Full star.

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Vrbata scores as Canucks dump Oilers 3

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Vrbata scores as Canucks dump Oilers 3

By Jason Keller, The Canadian Press

VANCOUVER If the Canucks pre season is any indication, winger Radim Vrbata will be fitting in nicely on a line with new teammates Daniel and Henrik Sedin.

Vrbata scored the eventual winner and Henrik Sedin had two assists Saturday as Vancouver closed out their pre season with a 3 2 victory against the Edmonton Oilers at Rogers Arena.

It was the 33 year old veteran's third goal of the pre season as he looks to gel with his new Canucks teammates after coming to Vancouver as a free agent this summer. He's filling some big shoes with the departure of former Sedin linemate Ryan Kesler, but so far so good.

"For me to get to know new guys, new staff and new system . from that standpoint I think it's worked out fine," said Vrbata. "Hopefully we can carry that over to the regular season."

Chris Higgins and Daniel Sedin also scored for the Canucks, who finished their pre season 5 2 0, including a 2 1 victory last Thursday in Edmonton. Starting goalie Ryan Miller went the distance with 27 saves as he also prepares for his first season in Vancouver.

Nail Yakupov and Will Acton replied for the Oilers (4 4 0), who wrapped their pre season by icing a young lineup Suede Mrs Baba 100mm of prospects and were without stars like Taylor Hall, Ryan Nugent Hopkins and David Perron.

Henrik Sedin, who finished the pre season with six assists in four games, says Black Strass Pigalle Botta 120mm he's feeling plenty of optimism heading into Vancouver's opener on Wednesday in Calgary.

"It's been everything you can ask for a new line mate, our power play feels good, you're confident every time you step on the ice," said Henrik Sedin. "We feel we can create on any given shift. There's still a few things to Purple Suede Mrs Baba 100mm work on but overall I'm really happy."

The Canucks, starting a more experienced lineup, jumped on the Oilers early as Alex Burrows fired a long pass to the speedy Higgins, who smoothly collected the puck and shovelled it over Ben Scrivens's left shoulder 1:19 into the first. It was Vancouver's first shot of the game.

Just over two minutes later Henrik Sedin found his twin brother behind the net and Daniel banked it in off Scrivens's back for a 2 0 lead. Vancouver finished the opening period looking firmly in control with an 8 3 shot advantage.

Edmonton got back in it at 5:07 of the second when Canucks defenceman Luca Sbisa turned it over in his zone and Yakupov took advantage with a blazing wrist shot that beat Miller.

The Canucks restored their two goal lead at 11:33 of the second as Vrbata, with a crowd in front of Scrivens, found the loose puck and squeaked it through the goalie's legs for his third goal of the pre season.

"I'm not going to lie it was lucky that it went through," said Vrbata. "We were buzzing around that shift. This was a lucky one to go in."

Edmonton cut the deficit back down to one goal again near the end of the second as Lander dished it to Acton at the face off circle and the centre slapped it past Miller at 18:03.

The Oilers had a chance to tie it early in the third when Leon Draisaitl got his cage rattled by Alex Edler resulting in an elbowing penalty to the Canucks defenceman. Edmonton couldn't capitalize, however, and finished the game with a 29 18 shots on goal advantage.

"We want a better results than that," said Edmonton coach Dallas Eakins. "We had some chances to score late and we couldn't get it in the net. We have to get better at burying those chances when the game is on the line."

Scrivens finished with 15 saves.

The Oilers were using their last pre season game to get another look at a number of their young Black Suede Pigalle Botta 120mm talent, including Edmonton's third overall pick in this year's draft Draisaitl, centre Bogdan Yakimov, and top blue line prospects Darnell Nurse and Oscar Klefbom.

Eakins says he knows he's got some hard decisions to make ahead of the team opener against Calgary on Thursday.

"Every game, every day of the training camp is an important one," said Eakins. "You need to be great today, we tell these guys, and that's all you have to worry about."

Draisaitl had a golden scoring chance in the second, going one on one with Miller, but the veteran netminder made a solid glove save to deny the youngster.

Notes The Canucks and Oilers will face each other fives times in the regular season. Their first meeting will be next Saturday, Oct. 11 in Vancouver. . Before the game the Canucks assigned centre Cal O'Reilly to Utica. . The Oilers dressed seven centres in the game.

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Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie denies speculation

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Wallabies coach Ewen Black Suede Mrs Baba 100mm McKenzie denies speculation of improper relationship with team official

Di Patston quits as Wallabies team business manager

Ewen McKenzie knew about text months ago, says Kurtley Beale's manager

It took 17 minutes into the Wallabies squad announcement for next week's Bledisloe Cup Test in Brisbane before there was any question of Quade Cooper's return after five months out due to injury.

Until that point in an extraordinary 25 minute media conference at the Australian Rugby Union headquarters at St Leonards, an increasingly agitated coach Ewen McKenzie answered a barrage of questions relating to the team's off field woes. They ranged from the Kurtley Beale code of conduct tribunal next week, the in flight slanging match during the recent tour to Argentina between Beale and Wallabies business manager Di Patston, which is subject to a separate ARU integrity unity inquiry, to the extent of McKenzie's relationship with Patston and if it was intimate.

Kurtley Beale is facing an independent disciplinary hearing. Photo: Getty Images

McKenzie answered every question but became increasingly frustrated as he defended his position, leaving his explanation at odds with much of what has been speculated or reported recently. With Patston such a central figure in the issues affecting the team and so much speculation about the extent of her relationship with McKenzie, the question was asked if it was beyond a personal one. His reply was: "I've got a professional relationship with her as I have with all the other people in my staff. Simple as that."

Pressed as to whether he has had intimate relations with Patston, McKenzie said: "No. I've got a professional relationship with her. And I refute that there are people out there and some sort of campaign out there to impugn that's the situation. I've got a professional relationship with her and I refute that."

Ewen McKenzie announces the Australian squad on Friday for the Test against New Zealand. Photo: Daniel Munoz

McKenzie also denied her position within the Wallabies had caused unrest or concern, despite reports of concerns for her growing power base in the squad. "I don't believe her appointment has caused angst," McKenzie said. "I think she came here as the business manager and she came here with a specific role to take the team to a new level. The whole idea of elite sports and elite teams is to actually get the best out of every part. I came here at short notice to try and improve things. My belief is to get the best out of a team you actually have to make progress on every front. She has extraordinary skills, she's come in and made a massive difference in terms of the business side of it, and that was her role. That's what she's done."

He defended Patston's qualifications and suitability for employment at both the Reds where they worked together and at the ARU, saying: "She worked at the Queensland government for 13 years in an auditing capacity and since that time she came and worked for the Reds and she did other things obviously prior to that. She has a very strong background, very strongly qualified in lots of areas around psychology and human behaviour. So she is more than qualified to do the job."

McKenzie defended Patston's role in the disciplinary process conducted during last year's spring tour when 15 players were reprimanded for staying out late at night four days before the Test against Ireland in Dublin though Patston was not touring with the squad but was advising McKenzie from Australia, saying: "She is HR trained, OK? The process of HR is very important so she understands that. She has been responsible for all the job descriptions and management of her HR within the staff in particular. She is trained in that area, more trained than me."

McKenzie also rejected the notion the Wallabies are divided, despite reports he began losing their support as far back as the Dublin incident.

"I don't think I have a divided camp," McKenzie said. "I know there's been lots of talk in the newspapers and everyone's got an opinion but I know the playing group.

"I choose the playing group. There's a lot of guys there I've brought into the fold and given opportunity to and I've always talked about two things that are important there's talent and character and attitude. They're both very important ingredients to me. I've been open and frank in my time so if there are issues obviously we'll flesh them out. That's something you're doing every week, not unique to this week."

On Beale and the photos and text messages he distributed in June but reportedly gave Patston an apology which was accepted McKenzie denied knowing of the incident back then, saying he first learned of it when the Wallabies were recently in Buenos Aires from where Patston left the tour early to return to Australia in the aftermath of the in flight incident with Beale.

"I became aware of them in Buenos Aires," McKenzie said. "I became aware of the existence of the text message, the content, I still haven't seen the content . I know the content of the text, I haven't seen the photos. When I became aware of it I forwarded the information on. Then she obviously left because of stress and the way she felt about the environment Leather Flanavec 120mm and then it was left to the integrity unit as we advised."

Yeah we could get Robbie Deans back so he can go paddle boarding with Kurtley and tell him what a wonderful fellow he is and he can do anything he likes and he will always be selected . because that has worked soooooo well for us in the past

Fri Oct 10 04:38:46 UTC 2014

every single year there's a troubled star fiasco, a coaching fiasco and the beatings (losses is too kind) continue. The Wallabies have never been great since Black Suede Interlopa 160mm the parrot coached them. He Red Suede Interlopa 160mm gave them discipline and commitment, a feature of every senior AFL team. The Wallabies have neither.

Fri Oct 10 07:02:48 UTC 2014

Players trying to run the team. Coach lost the plot. Team Manager who is not doing a particularly flash job managing. All is well with the state of Australian Rugby Union. All we need now is Giteau and O'Connor back to join Cooper and Beale and the future will never have been rosier. or that may just be my glasses.

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Warren hires Ryan Webber as head coach

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Warren hires Ryan Webber as head coach

In just 15 words Tuesday night, Warren superintendent Dr. Philip Sobocinski accurately summed up the hiring of Ryan Webber as the Blue Devils' varsity boys basketball coach:

"You have big shoes to fill, but I'm sure you'll be up to the challenge."

Webber was officially hired by the School Board at its regularly scheduled meeting to replace longtime coach Chuck Ramsey. Ramsey was asked to call it a career by the administration after 34 years, including the last 19 as varsity head coach during which time he put Warren basketball on the state radar screen.

It's now up to the 32 year old Webber to keep the Blue Devils there.

Based on his body of work three solid seasons at sByron followed by four very good years at Moline he's the right man for the huge job.

"He's had success at every level of high school basketball he's coached," said Warren athletic director Mark Pos. "He knows what it's all about, and he knows what it means to be a Blue Devil."

Webber attended the board meeting with his wife Megan, and he will be in Gurnee on Wednesday to meet with his new co workers, plus administrators and, of course, the basketball players and their families.

"I'm excited to be here not only to be an educator, but as the head basketball coach," Webber said. "We were attracted Suede Equestria 160mm to the standard of excellence at Warren, both academically and athletically."

Webber won 67 percent of the games he coached at Moline (by comparison, Warren won Black Leather Equestria 160mm 71 percent of the time under Ramsey), Black Leather Flanavec 120mm and a quality coach like him never would have become available except for a fluky set of circumstances.

Due to financial woes in the school district, Webber was a victim of a RIF reduction in force not once, but twice, at Moline, including this spring. He was called back to work after the first RIF, but .

With no guarantee that he'd have a teaching job next fall, he became a candidate for the Warren post.

"He's been a successful coach for us, and we hate to lose him. But Purple Suede Equestria 160mm . he's got a family and we don't know yet how many teachers we're going to be able to hire back yet. It's hard to coach without a teaching job," said Moline athletic director Todd Rosenthal.

Webber will be taking over a Warren program that is graduating all five starters from a 26 4 team.

As for coaching style, Warren clearly went with what they know works. Just like Ramsey, Ryan Webber's teams are noted for all out defensive pressure, intensity, spirit, hustle and tenacity.

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Watch Her Find Out the Sex of the Baby

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Watch Her Find Out the Sex of the Baby VIDEO

Snooki is having a baby girl and we couldn't be more excited for her, Jionni LaValle, and little Lorenzo!

The reality TV star took to her Celebuzz website, to Cheap Nike Jerseys document the moment when she found out. And it's basically the cutest thing ever. Her hubby to be already knew the sex of the baby, so he put balloons into a bin will they be pink or blue?! wholesale nfl jerseys for Snooki and Lorenzo to open up. The big reveal? A mini Snooki!

While we think it will be great for 'Enzo to have a baby sister, it doesn't seem like Snooks is too sold on the idea yet. When she first opens the bin and sees the light pink and hot nfl jerseys cheap pink tiger striped balloons, she seems excited, but hesitant. At the end of the video, she Cheap NFL Jerseys candidly says, "Well there you have it, we are having a little girl. And I don't know how I feel about it. I'm terrified, but we're really, really excited, right?"

Snooki has been very honest about wanting another son. I don't need a diva telling me what to do. I'm not ready for that."

Once this fashionista starts shopping tiny dresses and mini bedazzled shoes, we think she'll change her mind real fast! Plus, JWOWW is also having a girl this summer, so Snooki's little one already has a BFF lined up.

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