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Gridiron Sports Bar and Pizzeria Open?

UPDATE: They will be opening on Thursday, July 29th. Visit their website at www.gridironpizzabar.com.

Was on Township Line Rd. this evening and it appears the Gridiron Sports Bar and Pizzeria may finally be open. The restaurant, located at 940 Township Line Rd, has been under construction for a couple of years. If anyone has any additional information please share it in the comments section.

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Anonymous said…
Spoke to the owners last night. They will be open for business either tomorrow or Thursday at the latest.
Anonymous said…
I am a bartender at the Gridiron we will be open on thursday.....They have a website up with our menu www.gridironpizzabar.com...We have 16 beers on tap 28 in bottles...Numerous flat screen tv's for viewing...So come check us out...
Anonymous said…
yay! another pizza joint in town.... i don't know how all these places can expect to stay in business. hopefully i'm wrong and they all flourish.
Anonymous said…
I'm so excited, we could literally walk there. We have been watching the construction for years it seems and waiting for them to open!
Anonymous said…
Is this where the cloud 9 used to be? This sounds like a cool place, I'll def check it out.
JW said…
Yep, tore down the old building and started anew. Looks good from the outside, looking forward to checking out the inside.
Anonymous said…
Drove by yesterday and the place looks great. I will try them in the very near future and hope the make it. The out of the way location will need lots of advertizing and promotion.
Anonymous said…
Stopped by tonight to check it out. Unfortunately the air conditioning was not working, so I didn't stay. With a brand new place, you can expect things like that. Will try it again. Several TVs, but they are mounted too high. But if you want pizza and a beer, it seems ok.
Anonymous said…
Pizza was really good, decor was nicely done. Music was generic wuss rock played about 40 decibels too loud. The place has the potential to be one of the cooler hangs in Pville if they don't let bad taste get in the way.

Speaking of trying to censor style… anyone notice the sign on PJ RYANS: No plain white tees. No backwards hats.
Anonymous said…
Heard about the place and stopped in yesterday with my wife. Staff was friendly and attentive. Ordered wings which are the Tuesday special and they were really good. Then had a pizza which did not disappoint as an earlier post had mentioned. Good selection of beer in bottles and on tap. Plan on making it a weekly stop for dinner.

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