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Rose Ann Milbert is a registered nurse in the neonatal intensive care unit at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC. On the side, she helps people with another skill: sewing. She’‍s a seamstress talented in tending to bridal gowns, and when her friends and co-workers have babies, she often makes their christening gowns, she says. Recently she’‍s started combining what she knows about all of these to repurpose wedding gowns that already have journeyed dow...
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Rustic but intimate decor, definitely worth checking out! The guys are all very friendly and willing to help you find a beer you'll like, and the prices are reasonable. The tap-list is automated and constantly updated, so you won't have the issue of ordering something and finding out it's gone, which is helpful. While they don't have food in the brewery, they typically have local food trucks or local vendors to fulfill any food cravings during your visit, and the schedule is typically posted on their website. One of their main beer options, White Sky (light, flavorful and still my favorite), was what brought my husband and I in initially, but they are creative and adventurous in their brewing efforts, and most of those options are worth a try. They're clearly proud of their product and well-aware of what they're doing. Seating used to be an issue, but they've recently added on an event space that's open when no event is booked, so that is covered now, too. Whether you're a 'local' or just passing through, this is a delightful brewery with a casual-but-classy atmosphere and it's sincerely worth a visit.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
I nervously took our newly-adopted long-haired male cat "Taco" in for his first shampoo/haircut/nail-trim/butt-buzz... he cried the whole time as he hates leaving the house for anything, but Jan took great care to calm him down and get him trimmed up nicely, despite my having no idea how to describe what sort of trim he needed. (Teddy-bear cut was perfect!) It seemed a bit pricey, but he did have a lot done and he was horribly fussy, so maybe that was part of it. Regardless, all the staff I met today were very friendly... It should be a given, but I appreciated that they were kind and seemed genuinely happy to be doing what they're doing, so we'll definitely be back. Thanks, ladies! (I wish I could add the photo....)
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
My experiences with this place are all based on dine-in weekday lunch visits only. I will say that the staff is very friendly, the place is very clean, and the wait-time is typically reasonable (even during lunch-rush)... but the overpriced, mediocre food is where they lose me. While they have an extensive selection of items on the menu, most items I've tried (pasta/soups/sandwiches/wraps/veggies) have been "meh" - and it's too expensive for "meh". I'd much rather they offer fewer well-made items than a multitude of things that aren't very good, OR reduce the pricing to reflect the bland offerings. **EDIT: The turkey bacon swiss flatbread is pretty tasty - enough to warrant an edit.**
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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I trust this dealership and plan to keep returning... They're quick, they always request approval before fixing things, and they stick to the pricing that they quote you before they started the work. Since I moved to White Oak several years ago, I only went to them with my Corolla, and even though I'm driving a different vehicle now, they still treat me well and do excellent work on my non-Toyota vehicle. The plan is that if they can help me keep this one in shape, I'll happily buy from them as soon as I find a new Toyota model that suits me. (Special thanks to Doug in Service for always being helpful and patient, both here at Massie and formerly at the Greensburg Toyota dealer.)
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