2080 Cato Avenue
State College, PA 16801
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Let Prospector's Allegheny Rib Company cater to your every need! From feeding the men who constructed the "House That Joe Built" to hosting your private tailgate at the game, Prospector's will cater to your every need. We love to cater outside events and we specialize in company picnics, golf outings, reunions, and tailgates.
by Terence Goltz on
Great interior designer, bartenders are fun and dress very sexy, the go-go dancers make it magic. But there are couple real negative facts there: How come a NO SMOKING place has people smoking inside? Have a table can you make it brake the rules? Its horrible! Also, is time to add some rubber treads at the stairs, I saw at least 5 people fallen there, hope no one gets hurts. Well, for me to go back, only if an amazing DJ like Tiesto appers!
by Hollis Carron on
It was my boyfriend's birthday and we headed to San Francisco for the weekend. This was a restaurant that he had wanted to go to, he had been there before and wanted to share this place with me. The decor was simple but sophisticated. Music filled the dining room and the ambiance was really great. We ordered a kobe beef sushi, sarusa roll, big band nigiri combination and tempura lobster blossoms. As appetizers. Everything looked so tempting. I was highly impressed with the freshness of the sushi. Incredible. He ordered the pork ribs and I ordered the lamb chops. How delicious! We ended off with a medley of desserts. The chocolate mousse was definitely my favorite. We watched a show afterwards. It was a wonderful evening, fantastic food, fantastic show and I will definitely be going back.
by Mindy B. on
DO NOT HAVE YOUR EVENT HERE After literally two years of planning my son's Bar Mitzvah at Moshulu in Philadelphia the event was marred not only by what occurred the night of the party but by the subsequent attack on my character by a Partner. The night of my son's Bar MItzvah and the day after when I met with another Partner, I was lead to believe that I would be financially compensated for problems that occurred during my event but when I spoke to another Partner the following Tuesday I was told that everything went as planned, my guests ate too much, I was cheap, I was lying about various things that occurred, and that he was embarrassed that we had acquaintances in common. He went on to say that my affair would forever leave a bad taste in his mouth. So, I am left with sharing my story in hopes that no one else experiences what I went through or is subjected to an attack like I experienced. A week prior to the event, upon hearing that the weather could be bad that night, I contacted Moshulu to discuss contingency planning since much of the party was to occur outside. I also asked about ventilation given the humidity. I was reassured that they do this all the time and that I had nothing to worry about with regard to rain or ventilation. I called back a few more times during the week just to make sure that weather would not be an issue and was reassured by two separate people that I had nothing to worry about. Five minutes before my son's Bar Mitzvah service I received a call from Moshulu saying that they needed to move my party to another area on the ship. I was shocked since I had been repeatedly told that the weather would not be an issue. They recommended an alternative space for cocktails and again assured that it would accommodate my guests adequately. My agreement for the party was to have two separate areas for cocktails - one for the adults and one for the children. However, due to the issues described I was forced to combine both groups together in the same area for cocktails. While driving from the synagogue to Moshulu I received a call from a guest at 8:20 indicating that the Moshulu staff was not allowing people into the party as they were not ready. My party was scheduled to begin at 8:00. The party did not begin until approximately 8:30. I went to join my guests for cocktails and found that the area being used was incredibly crowded and hot. I was actually concerned for my guests' safety as there was only one exit and not everyone had arrived. It was so uncomfortable that people left the area and moved down into the dining area which was supposed to be closed until dinner. While trying to figure out logistics I noticed that a group of waiters were standing together and that there were no hors d'oeuvres being circulated. I was told that they had no more. I had ordered what was recommended by Moshulu. When ordering I had asked if I had enough hors d'oeuvres on order I was assured that they do this all the time and I didn't have to worry about having enough. The party now moved to the dining room. When I entered the room I asked whether the video had been tested and was assured that it had. Unfortunately Moshulu had neglected to tell the DJ or me that they were not going to handle the audio so my video, which I had spent weeks on, was not run with sound. I had hired entertainment to play piano during dinner. He was recommended to me by Moshulu. Because the party was running an hour behind when his time was up, he left - so no piano during dinner. I also hired dancers who had to be paid extra due to the delay in when they would be able to perform. On a minor note, the challah, which was bought for the occasion was never served to my guests. After dinner, when we moved on deck for dancing (an hour later than my timeline called for), to my dismay, the dance floor was not arranged as agreed to on the floorplan provided by Moshulu . The reason this was so important is that I had wanted to maximize the space for dancing and not have people crossing the dance floor to get drinks or dessert. Approximately 50% more deck space would have been utilized had the floorplan been followed. The bar on deck was not set up as contracted and separate bars were placed on the dance floor. In the agreement with Moshulu it requires 20% gratuity. I had no problem with this but did discuss that since I was paying a gratuity there should be no tip jars on the bars and that the bartenders should not be accepting tips since it was already paid for in our agreement. I was again assured that I had nothing to worry about. Therefore, I was shocked when I went to get a drink and found cash resting on the bar clearly indicating that the bartenders were accepting. When I first got to Moshulu around 8:30 and spoke to a Partner at Moshulu he said I could extend the party past 1:00 a.m. At 12:30 a.m. I went looking for my contact to discuss this. I was told that she had
by One star is too kind on
You end up stuck with fees that you don't know about beforehand, such as room fees, and you end up paying out the nose. Very bad business practices in order to make some extra money from customers. Don't go here unless you have way too much money that's just burning a hole in your wallet.
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