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Pizza Plant...old locations?

Posted: March 18th, 2015, 2:58pm
by guitarguy101x
I'm reminded of this by the news that they are opening a Pizza Plant by Canalside.......my question is was there a location in or near North Buffalo? Anyone remember?
I haven't been to Pizza Plant in almost 20 years, and I know it wasn't the one in Williamsville I went to. A guy at work said they're was never one even near there before, but I know I've been to another Pizza Plant, and swear it was out near North Buffalo....I believe there was a few locations back then.
Man I'm getting old.

Re: Pizza Plant...old locations?

Posted: March 18th, 2015, 4:32pm
by yellow ed
It was on transit beyond Maple road

Re: Pizza Plant...old locations?

Posted: March 18th, 2015, 8:02pm
by Contact Buzz
There used to be one in the Northtown Plaza on Sheridan. It's a "My Tomato Pie" now.

Re: Pizza Plant...old locations?

Posted: March 19th, 2015, 1:06pm
by So Sweet
There's one in the Tony Walker Plaza on Main

Re: Pizza Plant...old locations?

Posted: March 19th, 2015, 1:39pm
by yellow ed
So Sweet wrote:There's one in the Tony Walker Plaza on Main


Not anymore.

Re: Pizza Plant...old locations?

Posted: March 19th, 2015, 2:08pm
by sevenyearsdown
They still have one Transit. They got kicked out of the first Transit location for a Chipotle or something like that. After that they bought a building about a block away and opened again.

I believe the Main Street location in Williamsville was also forced out for some chain store or something. Cool to see them opening the new location. Good dudes that were always good to local bands.

Re: Pizza Plant...old locations?

Posted: March 19th, 2015, 2:39pm
by donkeypunch
So Sweet wrote:There's one in the Tony Walker Plaza on Main



That was the original one...they got into a lease/$$ pissing match so they opened up on transit by the old Frog Hair now santoro's.

I've been there several times recently....hate it. Always jammed...the food is nothing to talk about...good beer selection but with the Buffalo Brew pub around the corner, what's the point.

The Griffon is the shit.

Re: Pizza Plant...old locations?

Posted: March 19th, 2015, 3:09pm
by sevenyearsdown
I love the Griffon but it's a hundred dollar bill just walking in the door.

Re: Pizza Plant...old locations?

Posted: March 20th, 2015, 9:28am
by So Sweet
The old place I worked at TW was forced out the same way... for dudes son to open a place. I can't remember his name but he's the same guy who owns Stereo Advantage and he is a first class douch.

Re: Pizza Plant...old locations?

Posted: April 6th, 2015, 1:34pm
by Fat Bastard
sevenyearsdown wrote:I love the Griffon but it's a hundred dollar bill just walking in the door.


Paid $150 for 4 people the other night at the one on Transit, got 50% off the food (not drinks, and we drank a quite a bit) and it came out to $100.

You probably went to the one in the Falls though. You have to resist the temptation of the homeless tranny offering $100 handies at the door. No handy is worth a 1 spot, bro.

Re: Pizza Plant...old locations?

Posted: April 7th, 2015, 7:45am
by sevenyearsdown
Fat Bastard wrote:
sevenyearsdown wrote:I love the Griffon but it's a hundred dollar bill just walking in the door.


Paid $150 for 4 people the other night at the one on Transit, got 50% off the food (not drinks, and we drank a quite a bit) and it came out to $100.


So you proved my point. :wink:

Re: Pizza Plant...old locations?

Posted: April 7th, 2015, 12:27pm
by donkeypunch
I'm going on saturday....spending the night at Salvatore's so thought we'd do that for dinner. When I usually go it's normally $60 or so for the two of us.

Made the mistake of getting talked into the Chop House before a concert a couple of weeks ago...$100 a person for a normal small plate of food. Stupid.

Re: Pizza Plant...old locations?

Posted: April 7th, 2015, 12:53pm
by sevenyearsdown
Do you not drink or tip?

Re: Pizza Plant...old locations?

Posted: April 7th, 2015, 3:02pm
by donkeypunch
no we had drinks as well and I did tip. Each small A la carte piece of steak was $70. Really not worh it but Phantom was letting out, so the bar was littered with well dressed theater gals. I offered them a PBR but they didnt serve it there.

Oh and Happy National Beer day

Re: Pizza Plant...old locations?

Posted: May 8th, 2015, 2:17pm
by Fat Bastard
sevenyearsdown wrote:
Fat Bastard wrote:
sevenyearsdown wrote:I love the Griffon but it's a hundred dollar bill just walking in the door.


Paid $150 for 4 people the other night at the one on Transit, got 50% off the food (not drinks, and we drank a quite a bit) and it came out to $100.


So you proved my point. :wink:


Yes, that was definitely my intention. It's worth an occasional night out. I had no idea its the same guy who used to run the lewiston Pub. I loved that place. He's def come a long way.