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Josh Reisner
Works at The Jewish Chronicle
Attended CCAC
Lives in Pittsburgh, PA
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Office Manager @ The Jewish Chronicle (Pittsburgh)
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  • The Jewish Chronicle
    Office Manager, 2011 - present
  • Summit Consultants, Walls R Us, Van Wyke Window Fashions, Dial America Marketing, Pitney Bowes, Ditto Document Solutions, F/V Tanusha
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New Haven, CT - New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Israel, New York - Morristown, NJ - Hamilton, ON Canada - Jerusalem, Israel - New York, NY
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Daddy of a beautiful daughter, Katie, she is my world...
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    Business Management, 2002 - 2009
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Isaac is a wonderful, patient and passionate teacher who truly loves his art. That love of music is what he shares with his students. What he has taught me and shared with me will last forever.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Pros: -Fast delivery within Squirrel Hill -Moderate prices -Fairly diverse menu (does not have regular omissions typical to Squirrel Hill Pizza shops) -Several healthier options available on menu -Discounts and coupons galore -Online ordering is quick and easy Cons: -Drinks forgotten on order (very common for delivery orders) -Pizza is alright but not "good' -Hoagies/subs are pretty bad (cheap bread, very little cheese & rubberized meat) -Deserts come frozen with the wax paper included -Fries very tasty but pretty soggy as well. -Foreign delivery driver may have difficulty with delivery instructions. While this is still a new establishment, given the amount of direct competition in the immediate area I would have expected better. The delivery time for my order was truly excellent but in their haste they disregarded my drink order. The Driver did return however within several minutes after being chased down, but the drink he returned with was still a variation on my drink order. I would say that the quality of the food is OK, not incredibly good but certainly not the worse pizza in town. Also, their personal pizza options and late night delivery option make it an attractive choice for delivery. On my order the desert arrived mostly frozen and still wrapped in it's original freezer wax paper. Also the fries were placed in Styrofoam which makes them soggy. There are 3 types of Pizza Shops in Squirrel Hill: -Specialty (Mineo's, Aiello's, Napoli's, Lucci's) -Big Chain (Vocelli, Domino's, Pizza Hut) -Budget (Amier, Rialto, Italian Village, Bellino) Pizza Bellino definitely belongs to the later category. For me, when judging a Squirrel Hill budget pizza shop, I always use Pizza Amier as a comparison standard (since their prices are the lowest in the neighborhood). Are they more or less expensive then Pizza Amier? Does their product taste better than Amier? Does the taste justify the cost? While they do offer a tasty product and some more diverse menu options than Amier, I do not feel that the taste justifies the cost in this instance. I would not recommend this Pizza Shop. However, if had no other option I wouldn't consider it out of the question either.
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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