Pork Slope: Bill Roundy’s cartoon review

Bartoonist finds a deal at Pork Slope

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Pork Slope [247 Fifth Ave., between President Street and Carroll Street, in Park Slope (718) 768–7675,]. Open daily, 5 pm–4 am (kitchen closes 2 am).

Updated 7:15 am, September 28, 2012
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John Wasserman from Windsor Terrace says:
Why, I was just there last night. I'm sorry, but it does not look like this. The "Old Chub" was indeed 4 dollars, but I explained to them that they could surely make more money by raising the price. Unfortunately the manager was not there, but the bartender assured me that he would speak to managment just as soon as he could. I had an enjoyable experience, if you don't mind my saying so. You will have to excuse me for not agreeing with our Mr. Roundy, our bartoonist.
Sept. 28, 2012, 12:07 pm

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