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November 3, 2013

Pizza Barn Too new to Plattsburgh

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PLATTSBURGH —

Noticed ‘wow’ factor

Williams and Thompson said they were very impressed the first time they walked into the Cue Club. They both enjoy playing pool and noticed the “wow” factor when they came in.

It features six nine-foot Olhausen pool tables as well as electronic dart boards, foosball and a Golden Tee video game.

They hope the restaurant helps make it a one-stop shop with a great atmosphere, entertainment, food and beverages.

“You don’t have to go anywhere else to enjoy your night,” Thompson said. 

She said the spacious club allows plenty of room for special events.

Thompson said she grew up in Ellenburg and graduated from Northern Adirondack Central School. She recently moved back from Tennessee and lives with her parents along with her two sons, Parker and Rhylee.

“This is all for them,” she said.

Williams said he grew up on Chazy Lake and also attended Northern Adirondack. He lived in Binghamton for a while, then briefly in Tennessee before he returned.

“I’m glad to be home,” Williams said.

Specials featured

Daily specials include a large 1-topping pizza, large barn bread and 12 wings for $30. Another is for a small 1-topping pizza, small barn bread and six wings for $20.

A third is two slices of cheese pizza and a drink for $6. Pizza is available as a large 16-inch pie, a small 12-inch pie or by the slice.

A full menu is expected to be posted on the Pizza Barn Too Facebook page in the near future. Food is available for dine in, take out or delivery within a five-mile radius.

Payment is by cash or check. No credit cards are accepted, but there is an ATM on site.

Pizza Barn Too is open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday. 

The phone number is 565-7706.

Thompson and Williams said Hathaway has been extremely supportive.

“We can’t thank him enough with everything he’s helped us out with.”

Email Dan Heath:dheath@pressrepublican.com

 

 

 

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