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1901 Old West Chester Pike, Haverford Twp., Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States. Crews dispatched for a reported commercial building fire reported to be the deck of Barnaby's restaurant. PD on location confirming a working fire. 56 command went on location reporting the deck fully involved E 56 to lead off with the deck gun. Crews knocked the deck fire and crews advanced interior to extinguish the extension. a 2nd alarm was struck as crews had extensive overhaul and roof work.
Visit http://voyage.tv/ for the best HD travel videos in the world. The spelling may be British, but this New York restaurant on the waterfront in picturesque South Street Seaport is unmistakably American. The dining room extends out over the East River, offering glittering views of the Brooklyn Bridge, and New York Citys iconic skyline. This is an ideal spot for private parties, receptions and romantic evenings for two. Its really all about the vistas here (the clientele is mostly tourists who wind up here after a day shopping on seaport) and Harbour Lights is one of the few restaurants in the city that affords such a breathtaking postcard-worthy backdrop. The Menu: First courses focus on seafood, with a raw bar that offers fresh, sea-salty oysters and meaty shrimp, among others. After that, your biggest challenge is choosing which direction to go: monkfish fricassee or the pasta special like lobster Ravioli? Soy & honey-grilled tuna steak or pan-roasted pork chops? And the sides, which include buttermilk whipped potatoes and garlic and herb roasted risotto, make deciding especially difficult. The Must-Have: At this restaurant, the absolute must-have is not a particular dish, but a particular table. Dining out on the deck with panoramic vistas makes a filet and lobster tail surf-and-turf even more enjoyable, or a shared dish of Seafood Royal (clams, oysters, shrimp, lobster, smoked salmon and tuna tartar) all the more romantic.
After much anticipation for Celebrity Cruises first new ship class in a decade, Celebrity Edge has arrived, and we were onboard one her first sailings from Fort Lauderdale. Join us on an Ultimate Tour of Celebrity Edge where we’ll show you all the places to dine, relax, be entertained and more, plus every type of accommodation on this deck by deck bow to stern tour. #CelebrityEdge #CelebrityEdgeTour #CelebrityCruises Here are the highlights of what we show on our Ultimate Tour of Celebrity Edge. Deck 2 - 0:53 Destination Gateway The Basement Deck 3 - 1:17 The Theatre Camp at Sea Grand Plaza Grand Plaza Café The Martini Bar Guest Relations Shore Excursions Normandie Restaurant Tuscan Restaurant Deck 4 - 3:03 The Meeting Place Celebrity Shops Photo Gallery Future Cruise Vacations The Club iLounge Café Al Bacio ($) Le Grand Bistro ($) The Casino Cosmopolitan Restaurant Cyprus Restaurant Eden Restaurant ($) Deck 5 - 5:18 Art Gallery Magic Carpet Raw on 5 ($) Fine Cut Steakhouse ($) Boutique Sops Blu Restaurant Eden Café Eden Bar Deck 6 - 6:49 Eden Deck 12 - 7:05 Luminae at The Retreat Deck 14 - 7:17 The Spa Spa Café & Juice Bar Solarium Mast Grill Pool Deck Pool Bar Edge Cabanas ($) Il Secondo Bacio ($) Oceanview Café Deck 15 - 9:03 Fitness Center The Retreat Lounge Jogging Track Rooftop Garden Rooftop Garden Grill ($) Sunset Bar Deck 16 - 10:13 The Retreat Pool & Sundeck Hot Tubs Accommodations - 10:34 Inside Stateroom Deluxe Inside Stateroom Concierge Inside Stateroom Ocean View Stateroom Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom Panoramic Ocean View Stateroom Deluxe Verandah Stateroom Sunset Verandah Stateroom Edge Single Stateroom with Infinite Verandah Edge Stateroom with Infinite Verandah Concierge Class Stateroom Aqua Class Stateroom Sky Suite Celebrity Suite Royal Suite Edge Villa Penthouse Suite Iconic Suite Aerial footage and stateroom images courtesy of Celebrity Cruises Have Questions about Cruising? Ask Here. https://www.talkingcruise.com/ask-questions/ Get the Latest Cruise News & Our Views https://www.talkingcruise.com Social Media Links: Twitter: https://twitter.com/talkingcruise Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkingcruise/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TalkingCruise
(June 13, 2013) - Deck collapses at Shuckers Restaurant during Miami Heat game Shuckers Deck Collapses Into Biscayne Bay, Injuring 'Multiple Patients' (VIDEO) - Miami News, Shuckers Bar & Grill, Shuckers Bar And Grill, Shuckers Deck Collapse, Shuckers Deck Collapses, Shuckers Patio Collapses, Miami News. A deck behind the popular Shuckers sports bar in North Bay Village collapsed Thursday night, spilling scores of customers watching the Miami Heat vs. San Antonio Spurs game into Biscayne Bay. Dozens of police and fire-rescue units rushed to the scene after the sudden collapse, which happened about 9:45 [p.m., minutes before the game's halftime. WSVN-Fox 7 reported that one person was taken to a hospital in critical condition and that four were listed in serious condition. As helicopters circled over the scene, rescuers carried people from the scene on stretchers, one after another. Chris Volz, 39, said he was sitting at the western end of the bar, about 10 feet from where the deck gave way. "Everybody's watching the game. It sounded like a freight train, then everyone was gone. The deck went down like a V." He said it happened in a split second and that no one had a chance to get away. He said bartenders were diving into the water to help rescue the patrons. Fire trucks pulled to the water's edge and extended their ladders over the water to help the patrons climb to safety. Shuckers lost power when the collapse happened, casting victims and rescuers alike into the dark. Hernan Reyes, 21, and friend Crystal Infante, 23, were eating and watching then game when the deck, about five feet over the water, collapsed. Infante said the water was shallow enough for them to stand, but it was difficult for them to get out because wood, umbrellas, tables, chairs and other debris currounded them. "There was a crack, and then we were in the water," Infante said. "There was just a crack, and then we were in the water....It was really hard to get out, and you coudln't find anyone." By 11 p.m., a triage unit had been set up in the parking lot, and victims were still being removed from the water.. Traffic on the 79th Street Causeway was closed off in both directions. Police and rescue units from North Bay Village, Miami-Dade County, Miami, Miami Beach and El Portal were on the scene within minutes. MIAMI -- The back deck at popular bar and grill Shuckers Bar & Grill collapsed into Biscayne Bay Thursday night during Game 4 of the NBA Finals, sending patrons into the water off the 79th Street Causeway. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue spokesman Arnold Piedrahita, Jr. confirmed rescuers were on the scene with "multiple patients." Rescue divers are on the scene. One person has been transported in critical condition. Four people are in serious condition, five are wounded. 7News director Tom Tuckwell witnessed the collapsed. He said he had his back to the the bay when he heard an enormous roar. When he turned around, he saw people disappearing beneath him. Local10 reports the Coast Guard is assisting. Photos shared by a witness and a neighborhood resident on social media show the deck in the water and a number of emergency vehicles on scene:
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Grand Banks is a bar and raw bar that sits on the F/V Sherman Zwicker, a fishing schooner built in 1942 that is now docked at Pier 25 in New York City’s Hudson River Park. Grab a seat at the bar and enjoy a selection of oysters, as well as a seasonal cocktail menu with drinks like the vodka and mint Revolucion and the Diplomat, made with a house-made version of Pimm’s. Ceviche of Montauk sea bream is served with avocado, kaffir lime, brunoise of bell, habanero and mint at Grand Banks. The bar and restaurant raises money for the Maritime Foundation. Pier 66 Maritime Bar & Grill is a floating barge in New York City's Hudson River Park (off of 26th St. and 12th Ave.). Next to the restaurant, which is open seasonally, The Frying Pan is moored, a historic lightship built in 1929. You can eat and drink on the barge while enjoying views of the Hudson River and beyond. There’s a full wine and cocktail list, and a rotating draft beer selection. Pair beverages with Pier 66 Maritime's menu of lobster rolls, crab cakes, burgers and more. The Honorable William Wall is a steel barge anchored in New York Harbor and operated by the Manhattan Yacht Club. The floating bar and venue is accessible only by boat, and guests can purchase round-trip ferry tickets from Jersey City or Manhattan's WFC Ferry Terminal. You are encouraged to bring your own food to the Honorable William Wall, but drinks must be purchased onboard, leading to a lively and convivial atmosphere. Guests can watch sailboat races from the upper deck, Tuesday-Thursday evenings. Brooklyn Barge is open for its second season, offering a full menu of food and drinks with views of the Manhattan skyline. The barge, which once transported railroad box cars, is docked on the East River in Brooklyn's Greenpoint neighborhood. The bar features dishes like peel and eat shrimp, grilled corn in a cup, tacos and a Jamaican jerk chicken sandwich. Cocktails include A Buck Roams in Harlem (Mellow Corn whiskey, strawberry syrup, ginger beer) and Drawbridge Snaquiri (rum, lime, honey syrup). Brooklyn Barge serves Long Island-based Pump House wine on tap. North River Lobster Company is a lobster shack and bar that sets sail two to five times daily (closed Tuesdays) on the Hudson River in New York City. The menu focuses on New England classics like clam chowder, steamed lobster and lobster rolls, as well as an extensive raw bar. North River Lobster Co. offers an extensive wine and beer list, and maritime-themed cocktails like the Nautical Margarita and Batten Down the Hatches, made with three kinds of rum. The huge Cadillac Mountain is for raw bar fanatics – it includes 12 shrimp, two dozen oysters, 12 littlenecks, eight Jonah crab claws and one chilled lobster. Sister restaurant Hudson's docks next to North River Lobster Co. on Pier 81. Hudson’s is a three-story restaurant, bar and lounge located on a yacht operated by New York Cruise Lines, which takes patrons on dinner or brunch cruises. Small plates might entail spicy garlic shrimp, ahi tuna tartare, mussels and more. You can also enjoy the more casual happy hour cruise, Harbor Lights Open Bar, with a DJ and a full drinks menu featuring the Half Moon Roca made with Patron and Pama liqueur and the Rye of the Storm which combines rye whiskey, strawberry mint and grapes. The Crow’s Nest sits atop The Water Club, a restaurant on a moored barge on New York City's East River. The rooftop setting means amazing views of Manhattan and Brooklyn (from 30th St.). Food and drinks are served in a much more casual setting than at the restaurant below, and tropical cocktails are readily available. DiMillo’s on the Water opened in 1982 on an old car ferry docked at Portland, Maine’s historic Old Port. The family-run restaurant and bar has two outdoor decks where guests can eat and drink from a menu full of seafood and a varied wine selection, which includes California’s Big Claw white wine meant to pair specifically with lobster. You can order Maine lobsters in a variety of sizes at DiMillo’s, even twin 1 1/8 pound lobsters served side-by-side if you’re really hungry. If you don’t want to put in the work, order the Lazy Lobster that comes out of the shell. The classic shrimp cocktail is served with a house cocktail sauce and as many jumbo shrimp as you’d like to order. DiMillo’s calamari burger combines surf with turf. The 8 oz. burger comes topped with cornmeal-crusted calamari and sriracha, and is served on a thick Challah roll. Philadelphia bar and lounge The Deck opens every summer above Moshulu, a restaurant on a ship built in Scotland in 1904. The vessel is docked at Penn’s Landing, a lively part of the Delaware River waterfront. The Deck offers food, a creative cocktail menu, a full wine and beer list, and Deck Jugs, large format cocktails for thirsty groups, in a casual environment. Try a wine pop, a fruit pop (pineapple and passion fruit or mango and raspberry) that comes submerged in a glass of sparking wine.
Johnnie’s Hideaway is created in the image of time honored Florida flavors with an emphasis on Floribbean coastal cuisine, serving dry aged steaks, the freshest prime seafood and an extensive raw bar featuring Florida stone crab claws. With USDA Prime & Choice steaks dry aged on the premises and hand-cut daily and the freshest, just-caught fish flown in daily, we guarantee the best possible dining experience. We are proud of our many awards, including Orlando Magazine’s “Best Service”, “Best Outdoor Dining” & “Best Late Night Dining”, Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence and the prestigious DiRoNA Award. Johnnie’s unique tableside cart service along with an award-winning wine list can be enjoyed inside surrounded by authentic Florida Highwaymen art or you may want to join us lakeside at the Hideaway Tiki Deck for cocktails and outdoor dining.
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