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Arby’s? In Gage and Tollner? See for yourself!

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The old Gage and Tollner restaurant has been turned into an Arby’s, so naturally, The Brooklyn Paper team checked out whether a fast-food joint could properly fill the landmarked shoes of the former chophouse. Here’s a video that you won’t see anywhere else!

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satisfied customer from brooklyn says:
This video stinks. I am glad anyone came to the Gage and Tollner space. And Arby's has done a great job with keeping the decor. We need to support our local community and show businesses that we have a good area. The service was great, I have been there the last three days. The food is great too! If these guys dont like melted Velveeta, they are 1 out of 100!! Dont want salt, then order a Roast Chicken, or Roast Turkey-both very good. You have choices, does Bloomberg need to tell you how to eat.
Jan. 24, 2010, 9:25 am
hnyflvr from Clinton Hill says:
Great video....but I can't say I'm surprised by the reviews of food. I definitely WON'T be going in there anytime soon!
Jan. 27, 2010, 10:45 am
AJournalist from Manhattan says:
Is this video about Arby's...or Gersh? His name repetition and "keep the camera on me" got old fast.
Feb. 1, 2010, 3:31 pm
Publius from Bklyn Heights says:
The entire paper/website is about Gersh. The publication should be renamed the Brooklyn Narcissist. Probably Sir Rupert Murdoch, their lord and master, wouldn't all that.
Aug. 13, 2010, 12:47 pm

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