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20 (31.3%)
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Offline Smooth Operator

Re: Pilgrim
« Reply #125 on: Feb 14, 2010, 03:36 »
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Re: Pilgrim
« Reply #126 on: Mar 01, 2010, 11:26 »
Another place for Italian (if you are headed north) is Pacini's.  Exit 13 (Route 53 - Hanover Mall exit ) off 3...go away from mall...it's in that first shop complex on the right (it's too upscale to be a strip mall, but...).  Not much for ambiance, but the food is great...I especially recommend the grilled items.
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Re: Pilgrim
« Reply #127 on: Apr 09, 2010, 07:21 »
well buf?  how about the blue-eyed?

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Re: Pilgrim
« Reply #128 on: Apr 09, 2010, 11:42 »
well buf?  how about the blue-eyed?

I haven't had to go back.  I think it has a wonderful idea, with poor execution. 

I haven't completely crossed it off the list, because it was lunch when I went, and sometimes the good chef is the evening chef.  When your massage therapist took me to lunch there the preparation was average and/or over salted.

Also, they may have changed management since you were here.  How were portion/price ratios then?  Now, everything seems either under-sized, or over-priced...?

Anyway, it's nice to see a place trying to serve interesting, well-thought-out cuisine, so I will probably give them another shot at a future date...

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Re: Pilgrim
« Reply #129 on: Dec 09, 2010, 06:00 »


There are some really great people at the plant and I reached a truce with the others, so was able to make my own fun.  

I would still be working Pilgrim, if family issues hadn't come up.  


BUT, I would NEVER recommend the plant to someone who wasn't from the area.

I'm from the area..... and I'm not sure I would like it there....
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Offline Laundry Man

Re: Pilgrim
« Reply #130 on: Dec 09, 2010, 09:10 »
I can put up with just about anything to have all that fishing so close by.  I spent almost two years there quite awhile ago, I thought it was great. 
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Re: Pilgrim
« Reply #131 on: Dec 09, 2010, 12:49 »
I've never been to Pilgrim,...

but from what conversations I have had, if shine is there it can't be all bad,.... 8)

word brother shine,......word  8)

One ray of "Shine" would make it liveable... 8)
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Offline shiine8

Re: Pilgrim
« Reply #132 on: Dec 10, 2010, 11:42 »
Beleive it or not, PNPS is nothing like it was in the past. It's a very good place to work and the area is nice although winters are just too long. We even get about 75% returnees for our outages now!! Although I'm sure Massachusetts unemplyment plays into that somewhat.

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Re: Pilgrim
« Reply #133 on: Dec 10, 2010, 01:45 »
Beleive it or not, PNPS is nothing like it was in the past. It's a very good place to work and the area is nice although winters are just too long. We even get about 75% returnees for our outages now!! Although I'm sure Massachusetts unemplyment plays into that somewhat.

Sounds like someone has season tickets to Sox, Pats, Celts and Bruins!

Offline shiine8

Re: Pilgrim
« Reply #134 on: Dec 10, 2010, 04:29 »
Just the Bruins!!!! Pats season is too cold, Sox season is either too cold, too hot or too wet and Celtic season is just too damned expensive!!

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Re: Pilgrim
« Reply #135 on: Feb 01, 2011, 03:57 »
Heck I'd go there if they'd have me..... I enjoyed each day I worked there in the past

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