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Sabraton Restaurants

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    by davecallahan Updated Nov 5, 2007

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    This chain of pizza restaurants are sometimes good and sometimes not so good depending on who owns the franchise. The people who own and operate the ones in the Morgantown area are some of the better proprietors.
    The store had the signature red and white motif with wooden booths around the outside wall and tables in the center area. The tile floor was clean and the tables were all cleared and neat.

    It is either call-in or counter service or you can sit in a booth and wait for one of the staff to bring you a menu card. Many of the customers must have called in because they came into the shop and picked-up and paid for their food and left. (The store also delivers within a limited local region).
    The staff were polite and prompt and we ordered a pan pizza (medium sized pizza with thick crust that is served in a lot pan). The pizza plus drinks and tax cost about $15.

    So if you are on vacation and want a quick something to eat and don't feel like burgers and fries, you might want to check out Pizza Hut.

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Sabraton Off The Beaten Path

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    by davecallahan Written Nov 4, 2007

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    Whitemore Park is an 8-acre city park with lots of green space and trails for walkers and birders. There are tables and benches to rest along the way. The Whitemore trails hookup to the larger trails called the Decker Creek Trails which traverse for miles around the city of Morgantown.
    The paths through the park are mostly paved or at least crushed stone.

    to get there:
    Ridgewood Avenue and Preston Road
    take I-68 to Exit to Route 7 then to Hartman Run Road. go a short distance east on Hartman and connect to Richwood Avenue. Follow the winding Richwood Avenue north and west to Preston Street.

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