Rick's Press Room Grill & Bar

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By Parabellum @ 2009-08-18 07:32:29
Rick and his wife Julie opened Rick's Press Room Grill & Bar in August 2007. Front pages of newspaper with historic headlines make up the wall decor. Headlines from "Elvis Presley Dies at 42" to "O.J. Not Guilty" can be read throughout the restaurant with many newspapers, some donated by customers, still waiting to be displayed. Many newspapers have been saved by Rick over the years.
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@ 2009-08-18 15:45:31
This restaurant has some of the best food around. Unfortunately my networking group and I will no longer be patrons of this establishment after Rick, the owner, berated and humiliated one of our networking members right in front of the whole group over a complete misunderstanding, and without an apology. I network with around 10 other business owners on a weekly basis in the cigar shop next door, which, apparently, is part of Rick's restaurant. Needless to say, he left a bad taste in the mouths of some prominent businessmen who will never eat at his restaurant again.