Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Restaurants, markets and fuel stations in the Sewickley area offer deals to entice customers to eat out.
Consumers feeling the pinch often resort to eating out less to save money. According to a report in the Nation's Restaurant News, nationwide restaurant sales and traffic improved in January, but restaurant consumers pulled back slightly from a willingness to spend. Restaurants are offering plenty of cheap eats these days to entice customers who want to spend less. Here are some deals you can find in the Sewickley area: Tell Us: Have you heard about other restaurant deals? Share them in the comments! -- Like us on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter Check out some of today's other top stories here.
Sunday, December 30, 2012
The bear already has been spotted at Buffalo Wild Wings and Burger King. Should it stop in for a bite in Sewickley as well?
When it comes to choosing between burgers and wings, the bear spotted in Cranberry prefers both. The 200-pound black bear made local news headlines after climbing a tree outside Buffalo Wild Wings along Route 19 in Cranberry Thursday evening and staying there for close to two hours. Perhaps attracted by the scent of frying food, the bear later ambled across the highway (taking care to look both ways first) to Burger King before disappearing into the woods near Interstate 79. Maybe he wanted fries with that? Now, there are plenty of restaurants located along Route 228 near Interstate 79. Just for fun, which restaurant do you think the hungry bear should visit next? Maybe he could scoop up some global cuisine at the new Noodles & Company? Or…
Friday, December 28, 2012
The 200-pound black bear is last spotted heading towards the woods.
Why did a 200-pound black bear cross busy Route 19 in Cranberry? To get to the Burger King, of course. After spending close to two hours in a tree outside the Buffalo Wild Wings Thursday evening, Cranberry Police said the bear ambled across Route 19 and went behind the fast-food restaurant. The bear was last spotted heading towards the woods near Interstate 79, Public Safety Director Jeff Schueler said. Police were called to the Buffalo Wild Wings at about 9:30 p.m. after someone spotted the bear in the parking lot, he said. When officers arrived at the restaurant, the bear already was in the tree. Officers monitored the bear until it climbed down from the branches at about 11:20 p.m. In the meantime, residents were asked to steer clear of…