Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
> Sorry shit has been run off the rails once again
> by his own endless ignorance, envy, and butthurt.
> What was going on at your wrong side of the street
> address between 1986 and 1997? You know, all
> those years so long before you ever actually got
Don't know. Don't care. The historical record makes no mention of it.
Along with my memory of the place, the historical record does, in fact, show that Broad Street Grill existed at 132 W. Broad St. this century.
The question is why do you deny that fact?
> Whatever it was, it was nothing compared to
> what was going on across and down the street.
The place that nobody around town ever mentions or is nowhere to be found in the historic record. Yeah, go with that. No write-ups in any newspaper. Nothing.
> Say hi to your ‘good friend’ Gillian
> Clark though, you pitiful fraud.
While I did say hello many, many moons ago in passing, we weren't what anyone would call friends. I do know Mike Curtain as well in passing. He lives on the other side of town. You had no idea who he was. And, that's really telling considering you claim to be a heavy-hitting hospitality industry insider and a self-proclaimed big-time philanthropist. If either of those were true, you'd know the name. You didn't.
But, tell you what, because you are so close to the folks at Vintage, email or text them and ask them to send you a current menu for Dogwood. Be sure to post their reply here. LOL!
Oh, and for some reason (because you were caught in another lie), you failed to account for the recorded data at your preferred weather station that contradicts your claims.