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Probably already said, but this song is from Lateralus, not 10,000 Days.
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Al's Corner Store
2894 Elmwood Avenue, Kenmore, NY 14217
Probably the best place around Kenmore to get food. Subs are hooked up with lots of meat and don't fall apart when you un-roll the paper. Pulled pork is the best in town, and at about $5, is most likely the cheapest. Best bet here is the breakfast sandwiches, huge egg with a fat chunk of sausage (or ham, or a nice pile of bacon cooked just right), on a big Costanzo's hard roll. $2.99 for one, and they have a deal where you can get a second one for another buck. Even if you don't have time to call ahead, they have roast beef, ham, and turkey sandwiches for $2.49 on the same Costanzo's roll made fresh every day in the cooler, and the cheapest cold-cut and beer prices in town. Canolis are twice the size of Tops, just as good and half the price. The guys (and girls) that work there are really nice too, not at all like the people you usually run into at places you get subs. If you're not going here, you should be.
Quality ExcellentAppeal ExcellentService Excellent
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Probably the best place around Kenmore to get food. Subs are hooked up with lots of meat and don't fall apart when you un-roll the paper. Pulled pork is the best in town, and at about $5, is most likely the cheapest. Best bet here is the breakfast sandwiches, huge egg with a fat chunk of sausage (or ham, or a nice pile of bacon cooked just right), on a big Costanzo's hard roll. $2.99 for one, and they have a deal where you can get a second one for another buck. Even if you don't have time to call ahead, they have roast beef, ham, and turkey sandwiches for $2.49 on the same Costanzo's roll made fresh every day in the cooler, and the cheapest cold-cut and beer prices in town. Canolis are twice the size of Tops, just as good and half the price. The guys (and girls) that work there are really nice too, not at all like the people you usually run into at places you get subs. If you're not going here, you should be.
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Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Seats are too close together and drinks/food are outrageous. The Aud was much better.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Looks like a giant hand flipping the bird to Canada. Observation deck is awesome, and free. Check out the artwork on the ceiling at the entrance too.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
5 reviews
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Lines aren't as bad as you'd think. Great graffiti in men's room.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Dirty, smelly, and the Sheriffs steal your smokes, lighters, jewlery, and probably your phone. Food isn't suitable for dogs.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago