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Four chefs, and restaurateur Tom ...
Four chefs, and restaurateur Tom Boock, who all happen to live on, or adjacent to a four block section of Alexander Avenue in Chambersburg will collaborate with the Cumberland Valley School of Music to present the Second Annual Chef's Walk.
Cottage Restaurant & Pub owner Tom Boock and crew will provide varieties of chicken wings and pork ribs, with complimentary sauces, that are popular staples at Tom's landmark restaurant.
By TOM ...
By TOM BOOCK
Tom Boock is the seventh owner of The Cottage since 1935, and is chairman of the Adams, Fulton and Franklin chapter of the Pennsylvania Tavern Association.
Seated with him are wife Cindy and brother Thomas, both of whom have grown used to his antics."Oh God, he can just get horrible," says Cindy, who has become a big Eagles fan herself since she and her husband met.
...Cottage owner Tom Boock agrees with his son Sean that it is "10 to 1" Steelers fans over Eagles fans.
But you will not find any Cowboys devotees at The Cottage
on Sunday; Boock
says the place figures to be packed with Steelers fans.
All of this is good news for Boock
: Heated rivalries equal bigger sales on Sunday.
"Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest ...
"Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest wing day in the country," said Tom Boock, owner of The Cottage Family Restaurant.
Between orders for takeout and those that would be eaten in the restaurant, he
predicted the restaurant would go through about 40 100-pound cases of chicken wings by the weekend's end.
"We're just going to have a general good time since this is a Pittsburgh Steelers
said multiple calls for reservations over the past few weeks suggested that the Cottage
would have a full house for the game.
"If they follow the rules and ...
"If they follow the rules and regulations and purchase the same licensing that we all have, I have no objections to it," said Tom Boock, owner of The Cottage Inn on Wayne Avenue.
referenced the new Wegman's grocery store in Mechanicsburg, which applied for a restaurant liquor license and is selling beer at the store.
does not have an issue with Wegman's
offering alcoholic beverages because it followed the current rules and regulations.
said having the store selling beer obviously could cut down on his
six-pack sales, which he
said has been very profitable because of the small footprint that the beer coolers occupy in the store.
said sales have already been cut in recent years by the state's decision to allow beer distributors to open on Sundays, a law that only permitted taverns that had food sales account for 30 percent of its total sales to be open on Sundays being repealed and also by the amount of new businesses that have opened up in the area.
"Sundays used to be our biggest days.
It no longer is," Boock
Christie Harter, executive director of the Pennsylvania Tavern Association, said Boock's
Pat Young, owner of EJ's Grill in Chambersburg, is in agreement with Boock and the Tavern Association and hopes to see Sheetz required to followed the same regulations as everyone else.