Write down your comments or stories about your visit to Senape's Tavern with Charlie and submit them to our email address provided.  We will publish the most appropiate on this page.  All comments become property of Senape's.
Date: Wed, 02 Jun 1999 19:45:54 -0400
Dear Gerry,
Well, I saw the picture.  I'm the kid next to the Mus, peeking around the corner. We look like a bunch of ginzos from the old country.  You made a really nice web page.  Thanks for including our picture.
Joe Moran
Subject: Miss your pizza.
Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 16:46:18 -0400 (EDT)
Hi, I was just writing to see what the possibilities were for getting your pizza shipped to me.  I am originally from PA and I went to college at King's College in Wilkes-Barre.  The one thing that I really miss is that I had a friend in college who's mother used to bring a bunch of your square boxes of pizza every time she was passing through.  It is one of the best kinds of pizza to eat cold as well.  This is a college student's dream because I was always on the run.
Now the tricky part...I am now living in Fort Lauderdale, FL and have been for the past 4 years.  Is there anyway you can get your pizza to me?  Feel free to write me back with details or if you need anymore information.
Thanks for your time,
Eric Barnes (aka Doogie)
Subject: Recent visit
Date: Mon, 13 Sep 1999 21:49:56 EDT
I had visited your place last Saturday night.  The sausage and peppers were
great.  But the real treat was the birch beer on tap, because the food has
always been that way.  It was a great experience.  I will wear my Senape's
t-shirt proudly.
N. Sotack, Williamsburg, Virginia
Subject: the best pizza on earth
Date: Thu, 16 Sep 1999 19:10:12 EDT
Dear Jerry Senape,
    My name is Heather Hoke(formerly Seliga). I am currently a soldier in the US Army deployed to Kosovo. I work long hours and on the night shift at that.  Sometimes for a breather I get on the net and do a little"surfing". I found the Senape's web sight one night. I thought I would write an email and let you know how much I have enjoyed Senape's Pitza over the years. My grandmothers, Mary Marinock and Ida Seliga live in West Hazleton and every visit to see them includes a visit to Senape's Tavern for dinner and Senape's Bakery for take home treats. There is no other pizza like it and none better.
    I have been coming into the Tavern since I was too short to see over the bar. I remember going into the bar room with my dad on a Friday night
and waiting for our take out order to be prepared. Charlie Senape was always there and my brother and I would always leave with a free bag of m&m's. He was a nice man and always took the time to talk with my dad and my brother and I.  I have some very fond childhood memories of coming into the tavern and chatting with Mr Senape while enjoying a piece of bar pitza and a glass of birch beer.
    My grandmother(now in her 80's) still tell the story of how she used to walk several miles to Senape's when she was in her early 20's just to get mushrooms in marinara sauce. She never stops talking about how good they were.
    I am looking forward to my trip home for christmas and I know my first stop in Hazleton is going to be Senape's Tavern for Pitza, birch beer and tossed salad. I have been talking about going there for months now and my husband is getting sick of hearing about how wonderful your pitza is. Just wait, his tune will change shortly after his first bite of your pizza. If only you could deliver to Kosovo. I will see you at Christmas time.
                                    Heather A Seliga-Hoke
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