pizzeria

Posted by: eyes and ears

pizzeria - 05/06/11 01:47 AM

Does anyone have any accurate information on the new pizza place coming in downtown Seneca Falls? It's going where the old Varsity pizzeria use to be. Who own's this? Is this a chain? When will it open? etc
Posted by: ProAct

Re: pizzeria - 05/06/11 02:47 AM

Heard a small, privately-owned pizzeria was opening on Bridge St, across from Amy's liquor store. Don't know when.
Posted by: dgk315

Re: pizzeria - 05/06/11 03:52 AM

Originally Posted By: eyes and ears
Does anyone have any accurate information on the new pizza place coming in downtown Seneca Falls? It's going where the old Varsity pizzeria use to be. Who own's this? Is this a chain? When will it open? etc


Not from what i heard. That building is so dilapedated from years of neglect a serious amount of money would have to be invested into the kitchen alone to make it operable. Although i did hear about the one on bridge street.
Posted by: Waterlooworld

Re: pizzeria - 05/06/11 07:27 AM

"Not from what I heard!!!!"


Welcome to Seneca county!
Posted by: cry2j

Re: pizzeria - 05/06/11 09:05 AM

hope so. the others are not very good. aint like it was back in the hood.
Posted by: sassyone

Re: pizzeria - 05/06/11 10:28 AM

There IS a sign in the window of the previous Varsity Pizza. I saw it as I was driving by so didn't get a chance to see what the name of it was, but it did say opening soon.
Posted by: linxman

Re: pizzeria - 05/06/11 01:36 PM

AWESOME! i love new businesses opening up!!!! Can't wait to see!
Posted by: dgk315

Re: pizzeria - 05/06/11 03:54 PM

I retract my previous statement. apparently someone does want to spend their money to fix up another persons building. There is a BB's pizzeria going into the old varsity building.
Posted by: Harleybobb

Re: pizzeria - 05/06/11 04:13 PM

Are they going to sell espresso?
Will they have a barista(Italian bartender)???
Posted by: Rooster Cogburn

Re: pizzeria - 05/06/11 04:29 PM

SF really really really needs another pizza joint. Thank God,
Posted by: dgk315

Re: pizzeria - 05/06/11 04:40 PM

No seneca falls needs a quality pizza joint.
Posted by: Gio

Re: pizzeria - 05/06/11 10:45 PM

I think Seneca Falls needs a porn shop down town. The drive to Adult World is very inconvenient for me.....
Posted by: dgk315

Re: pizzeria - 05/06/11 11:07 PM

u could just order it on your tv or computer.. then u never have to leave your house ..
Posted by: Gio

Re: pizzeria - 05/06/11 11:17 PM

true but the wife gets a little upset when she finds me watching it on the tv and I am always nervous about computer viruses..... women.....
Posted by: Della

Re: pizzeria - 05/06/11 11:22 PM

Originally Posted By: Gio
I think Seneca Falls needs a porn shop down town. The drive to Adult World is very inconvenient for me.....


It's Show World ;\)
Posted by: Gio

Re: pizzeria - 05/06/11 11:36 PM

hmmmm then what the hell have I been driving to?
Posted by: VM Smith

Re: pizzeria - 05/07/11 12:45 AM

I think that's the place that sells stuff for old people...but I forget...I haven't been there for a few days.
Posted by: sassyone

Re: pizzeria - 05/07/11 12:59 PM

Whats a BB pizza place?
Posted by: TechHead

Re: pizzeria - 05/07/11 01:25 PM

Found a link for a pizza place in Auburn with the same name.
I have never been there.
I wonder if it's the same owner?

http://www.bbspizza.com/
Posted by: dgk315

Re: pizzeria - 05/07/11 01:47 PM

yes it is the same place.
Posted by: VM Smith

Re: pizzeria - 05/07/11 02:57 PM

Originally Posted By: sassyone
Whats a BB pizza place?


http://maps.google.com/maps/place?oe=utf...064961932083650
Posted by: Joe the Troller

Re: pizzeria - 05/08/11 02:10 AM

as far as I am concerned Avicollis is non-existant in my palet yearnings.
Posted by: VM Smith

Re: pizzeria - 05/08/11 02:47 AM

But what's the price of tea in China?
Posted by: dgk315

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Posted by: eyes and ears

Re: pizzeria - 05/08/11 08:28 PM

Avicolli's is terrible!!! The owner let's the young kid's run the place then get's mad and fires them one by one. Have you ever heard how he talk's to his help??? Poor kid's.
Posted by: VM Smith

Re: pizzeria - 05/08/11 09:35 PM

Originally Posted By: eyes and ears
Avicolli's is terrible!!! The owner let's the young kid's run the place then get's mad and fires them one by one. Have you ever heard how he talk's to his help??? Poor kid's.


I could be wrong, but since it appears that you may have thoughtlessly used up your entire yearly allotment of both possessive and contractive apostrophes, I think that you might be interested in the special sale I'm having on apostrophes today. In fact, if you respond before midnight tonight, they're HALF PRICE! Buy now, because you never seem to know when you need one!
Posted by: Josephus

Re: pizzeria - 05/08/11 10:28 PM

Originally Posted By: Rooster Cogburn
SF really really really needs another pizza joint. Thank God,

What this area needs is a place that sells Greek pizza rather than Italian, just for a change of pace. It's a rarity here, but common back home. Doubt we'll get it though... oh well.
Posted by: Harleybobb

Re: pizzeria - 05/08/11 10:37 PM

Originally Posted By: Josephus
Originally Posted By: Rooster Cogburn
SF really really really needs another pizza joint. Thank God,

What this area needs is a place that sells Greek pizza rather than Italian, just for a change of pace. It's a rarity here, but common back home. Doubt we'll get it though... oh well.
Josephus, if you want the best Greek Pizza made by a Greek you need to go to Ned's Pizza in Cayuga Heights. Ned makes the best Pizza in Ithaca.
Posted by: eyes and ears

Re: pizzeria - 05/08/11 10:52 PM

You sound like a real gem. I'd love to meet ya!!!
Posted by: DeadDave

Re: pizzeria - 05/08/11 10:53 PM

New York Pizzeria in T-Burg has a good Greek pizza.
Posted by: Ghosts

Re: pizzeria - 05/08/11 11:23 PM

Yikes! Looks like you used up your entire yearly allotment of exclamation points, too. I just hate the way my screen looks. Can you edit out a couple dozen? Pretty please?
Posted by: eyes and ears

Re: pizzeria - 05/08/11 11:53 PM

I'm sorry. There you go.
Posted by: Ghosts

Re: pizzeria - 05/08/11 11:56 PM

Whew . . . thank you.
Posted by: VM Smith

Re: pizzeria - 05/09/11 02:24 AM

Originally Posted By: eyes and ears
You sound like a real gem. I'd love to meet ya!!!


I usually don't play English cop, but you used 6 apostrophes, and 5 uses were wrong; I couldn't help saying something, LOL. I tried to be both humorous and instructive, and I thank you for your graceful equanimity.
Posted by: eyes and ears

Re: pizzeria - 05/09/11 01:14 PM

I did not find it funny at all and frankly I dont care much for your attitude. describes the kind of person you are and i'm not impressed at all so bug off
Posted by: Joe the Troller

Re: pizzeria - 05/09/11 01:40 PM

newer, kinder, gentler forum......
Posted by: VM Smith

Re: pizzeria - 05/09/11 02:09 PM

LMAO!
Posted by: Forest Girl

Re: pizzeria - 05/09/11 02:35 PM

\:D
Posted by: thebigfish69

Re: pizzeria - 05/09/11 05:18 PM

Burt, who owned Gino's and Joe is suppose to open in the Varsity. And a retired fellow who always wanted to own a pizza shop is trying to open across from Amy's on Bridge. That is what I heard by rumors.
Posted by: thebigfish69

Re: pizzeria - 05/09/11 05:18 PM

Burt, who owned Gino's and Joe is suppose to open in the Varsity. And a retired fellow who always wanted to own a pizza shop is trying to open across from Amy's on Bridge. That is what I heard by rumors.
Posted by: dgk315

Re: pizzeria - 05/09/11 05:30 PM

the family that owned gino and joes just recently like 6 months ago took over the aldos location in auburn bc the owner "uncle tony" of seneca falls avicollis couldnt make a dime their to save his life. and now i hope they r coming here to knock him out of buisness too.
Posted by: dgk315

Re: pizzeria - 05/09/11 05:31 PM

But the sign in the window says bb's pizzeria and they have a location in auburn on genesse so i dont know if its the same folks or not
Posted by: fzr1000

Re: pizzeria - 05/11/11 03:59 PM

yes you r correct good old Burt top senecafall for pizza and now hes back to put tony out..Been to the auburn one and food was great. Good luck Burt and Boys.
Posted by: eyes and ears

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 10:05 AM

Just heard last night that Tony handed over the business...I feel kind of sorry for him now. I also heard Little Italy is coming downtown Seneca Falls where the old Venice use to be. Does anyone know if there is any truth to this?
Posted by: ebsanvalatino65

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 11:14 AM



love Little Italy!!!
Posted by: DeadDave

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 01:13 PM

Originally Posted By: ebsanvalatino65


love Little Italy!!!
Seneca Falls needs another Pizza shop like they need another welfare rat.
Posted by: dgk315

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 02:36 PM

Originally Posted By: eyes and ears
Just heard last night that Tony handed over the business...I feel kind of sorry for him now. I also heard Little Italy is coming downtown Seneca Falls where the old Venice use to be. Does anyone know if there is any truth to this?
When did he hand what buisness over? the auburn location or the seneca falls one?
Posted by: eyes and ears

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 03:27 PM

Seneca Falls. To my knowledge he has no ties to the Avicollis in Auburn but I could be wrong
Posted by: dgk315

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 04:40 PM

I was reffering to the aldos location that he sold a few months back. well if this is tru then it is a good day to get that scum out of sf. He truly ruined a good buisness and tarnished the reputation that nick worked hard to achieve.
Posted by: BB'S Pizza

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 06:24 PM

Hi everyone I am co owner with my family of BB'S Pizza we currently have 1 location in Auburn on Genesee street my husband Bert did own Gino and Joes in SF about 13 years ago since then we have had children and grandchildren my boys have worked in other pizza places and wanted to open there own BB'S stands for Bert, Boys and Shorty we are going to keep out current location in auburn and if things go well hope to be in seneca falls soon. Lets get some things straight we are not coming to bully anyone out our pizza is fresh we dont have freezers or microwaves we make our own dough sauces and rolls we have 19 wing flavor sauces to tantalize any taste buds. we have never been associated w/ Eldo's in auburn that is Tony's place from avicolli's in SF and now Frnaks from Gino and Joes which we have never been associated with Frank he was a small boy when my husband started making pizza in auburn for his brother about 27 years ago we do the absolute fresh as possible we pick our own rpoduce and make our own dough rolls and sauces we make it the freshest possible. If everything goes according to plan we will be in SF shortly BB'S is not a sit down restraunt it is pick up walk ins and hopefully delivery small and simple. Thanks and if you have any ?'s for me please email me emailme4avon@yahoo.com hope i cleared things up for you
Posted by: dgk315

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 06:32 PM

Thats good to hear. And i was not implying your goal was to puch tony out of buisness, but if your buisness is what you say it is then that is what you will do and it will make many folks happy. Hope all goes well.
Posted by: Ghosts

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 06:39 PM

Originally Posted By: BB'S Pizza
19 wing flavor sauces to tantalize any taste buds.


I will be trying all 19 flavors!
Posted by: Harleybobb

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 06:52 PM

Originally Posted By: Ghosts
Originally Posted By: BB'S Pizza
19 wing flavor sauces to tantalize any taste buds.


I will be trying all 19 flavors!
Don't do it Ghost its a trick!
Posted by: Ghosts

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 07:18 PM

I'll try the sauces one flavor at a time. Anticipating yummy treats! Although in thinking about different wing sauces, I couldn't come up with 19 different ones. Looking forward to seeing a list. I'm making myself hungry.
Posted by: eyes and ears

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 07:27 PM

Ok did i miss something here. Who said anything about BB's dough not being fresh and using microwaves and freezers. Aside from Tony being rude to his help I have eaten there plenty of times and found NOTHING wrong with the food at Avicollis. He keeps his prices reasonable(unlike Ciccinos) and he is there non stop.
Posted by: BB'S Pizza

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 07:32 PM

out of 19 flavors we make 1 of them ourselves and no I wasnt saying you implied anything about Tony has been at our pizza place on many occasions for pizza we dont want any problems everyone makes there own pizza there own way we are happy that we may be a part of Seneca Falls thank you
Posted by: BB'S Pizza

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 07:36 PM

yes i think you missed something i was making a statement we pride ourselves of not using a freezer or micro wave and having the freshest ingrediants our prices and specials are reasonable we are exclusive on BEAT the Clock and the Garbage Pizza
Posted by: Oldgzr

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 07:40 PM

I don't think you are exclusive with garbage pizza. There are plenty of shops around here making pizza that is garbage.
Posted by: eyes and ears

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 08:52 PM

ok well your words tend to come across rude at times. Your going to turn off any potential customers. Trust me. We are a small town. You going to need all the support you can. We already have Avicollis, Marks, Little Italy, and Ciccinos owners are from Seneca falls and they have very loyal customers in this town.
Posted by: dgk315

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 08:54 PM

BB never mind eyes, truth is there is not a decent fairly priced pizzeria in this town. You will do quite well here if u do in fact come.
Posted by: Oldgzr

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 09:02 PM

I will certainly give them a try. I was looking forward to Mark's coming to town before they opened. What a disappointment.

My wife is making the best pizza in Waterloo right now. Right in our kitchen. I was thinking about pizza on the way home from work. I guess after 43 years of marriage we both think alike.
Posted by: VM Smith

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 09:09 PM

Quote:
Right in our kitchen.


That's the way to do it. I like my pizza the best. If you can cook, you don't need fast food.
Posted by: Oldgzr

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 09:18 PM

We cook at home most of the time. A couple time a week we like to either go to a restaurant or get good quality take out food. No fast food like Mickey D's or BK.
Posted by: Carerinoa

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 09:29 PM

Originally Posted By: eyes and ears
Ok did i miss something here. Who said anything about BB's dough not being fresh and using microwaves and freezers. Aside from Tony being rude to his help I have eaten there plenty of times and found NOTHING wrong with the food at Avicollis. He keeps his prices reasonable(unlike Ciccinos) and he is there non stop.


If you have to complain about prices of food when you eat out, maybe you shouldn't be eating out. Ciccino's has been in business for 15 years and keeps expanding, I would say not many other people agree with you.
Posted by: Joe the Troller

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 09:40 PM

Ciccinos prices are hiked too high for the quality of food you get.
Posted by: eyes and ears

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 09:44 PM

oh, so someone does agree with me about their prices. FYI...I have no problem paying a high price but with it better come quality food and service.
Posted by: Harleybobb

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 10:06 PM

I get my homemade Pizza's at Wal-Mart.
Posted by: Harleybobb

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 10:12 PM

Originally Posted By: Carerinoa
Originally Posted By: eyes and ears
Ok did i miss something here. Who said anything about BB's dough not being fresh and using microwaves and freezers. Aside from Tony being rude to his help I have eaten there plenty of times and found NOTHING wrong with the food at Avicollis. He keeps his prices reasonable(unlike Ciccinos) and he is there non stop.


If you have to complain about prices of food when you eat out, maybe you shouldn't be eating out. Ciccino's has been in business for 15 years and keeps expanding, I would say not many other people agree with you.
I like Ciccino's and I never thought their prices were high.
Posted by: dgk315

Re: pizzeria - 05/12/11 10:17 PM

Originally Posted By: Joe the Troller
Ciccinos prices are hiked too high for the quality of food you get.


12 dollars for a appetizer sampler is ridiculous in my opinion . also on deliverys the drivers get to make up there own delivery charges for areas like lower lake rd and such.
Posted by: Joe the Troller

Re: pizzeria - 05/13/11 01:57 AM

We need a good large cheese pie for 9 bucks......
Posted by: Carerinoa

Re: pizzeria - 05/13/11 02:24 AM

Originally Posted By: eyes and ears
oh, so someone does agree with me about their prices. FYI...I have no problem paying a high price but with it better come quality food and service.


I never said someone wouldn't agree but the proof that they are constantly expanding speaks volumes!
Posted by: Joe the Troller

Re: pizzeria - 05/13/11 02:56 AM

They will come crashing down someday soon.

Once that new chain eating place comes in on 414.
Posted by: Oldgzr

Re: pizzeria - 05/13/11 11:32 AM

Originally Posted By: Carerinoa
Originally Posted By: eyes and ears
oh, so someone does agree with me about their prices. FYI...I have no problem paying a high price but with it better come quality food and service.


I never said someone wouldn't agree but the proof that they are constantly expanding speaks volumes!


What it speaks to me is that there are many people in the area willing to pay too much for mediocre "Italian" food. Most of them have never had real Italian food. I'm not Italian, but I married into an Italian family. The food is amazing.
Posted by: Carerinoa

Re: pizzeria - 05/13/11 01:50 PM

That's the beauty of living in America, everyone has their own opinions!
Posted by: Oldgzr

Re: pizzeria - 05/13/11 02:24 PM

Yes, and we can still respect each others opinion even though we may not agree.
Posted by: VM Smith

Re: pizzeria - 05/13/11 09:40 PM

We can still respect the person, even if we think the opinion is utter nonsense, and thus can have no respect for it.
Posted by: s2hphoto.com

Re: pizzeria - 05/13/11 10:32 PM

There isn't a decent Pizza place here in Syracuse so I make my own. I even make the dough fresh the night before let it rise overnight, then refrigerate during the day while at work. Daughter takes the dough out after school and it has 2 hours to get room temp and workable. I also buy all the toppings in bulk at BJ's sauce, mozzarella, pepperoni, banana peppers, olives, and mushrooms. Best of all it is cheaper and I pile on the toppings! Most places you pay through the nose for extra toppings, and haven't found one yet that knows the true meaning of EXTRA!

I make a chicken alfredo pizza(alfredo instead of red sauce, chicken cubes, and mushrooms) for my wife, sausage peppers and cheese for the daughter, and for me I make a deep dish pizza in our cast iron pan with sauce, cheese, onions, banana peppers, mushrooms, pepperoni, olives, ham, bacon, and sausage.

My dough recipe makes 2 pizza'a so I always make a double batch, with the 1 leftover pizza dough ball I refrigerate and make calzones later in the week. MMMMMMMMMMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Posted by: Oldgzr

Re: pizzeria - 05/13/11 11:50 PM

"I make a deep dish pizza in our cast iron pan with sauce, cheese, onions, banana peppers, mushrooms, pepperoni, olives, ham, bacon, and sausage".

Hold the olives, ham and bacon and you have my favorite pizza.