Dating lehigh valley
In order to truly know our story, it’s important we explain how we got here.
Copperhead Grille was founded in 2002 by Michael L. Dontas, first cousins, both named after the same grandfather.
So on her way out, the critic stopped Louie and told him about her experience, mentioning to expect a rush of business on Thursday, the day the review would be published.
On Thursday there was a line that wrapped around the building, and the brothers never looked back.
However, they soon came to realize that there is no stronger bond than family. They were successful at the donut shop, each had a couple of kids, their own homes, yet they had a passion to grow.
In 1983, they sold the donut shop and purchased Vince’s Drive- In on Walbert Avenue, in the parkland area of Allentown, PA. Things started off a little rough at the Parkland, they were having trouble making ends meet, they questioned if they did the right thing by moving to the bigger space.
In 1980, with a couple bucks in their pocket, Louie and Barbara purchased a small coffee shop on Hamilton Street, in Allentown. Louie saw an opportunity in the Lehigh Valley as a great place to make an honest living and raise a family, so he invited Pete to come and be a partner with him at the donut shop.
Business was good, family was healthy, but, again, the brother’s wanted another challenge, so they bought another restaurant.
Karba failed to post bail and was sent to Northampton County Prison to await a preliminary hearing scheduled for July 31.
A Lower Saucon Township man told a woman he met via an online dating website she was his property, as he raped her and forced her to use drugs during a nearly 24-hour hotel stay, according to police. Mull, 30, of the 1900 block of Waldheim Road, was jailed Sunday morning in lieu of 0,000 bail on felony rape and related charges stemming from the alleged incident in Bethlehem. Saturday to Holiday Inn Express at 2201 Cherry Lane for the report of a possible female abuse victim in a room there. Luke's University Hospital, Fountain Hill, where she was interviewed by police, court records say.
Pete lived in Brooklyn with his wife Eugenia, and two kids, Kalliope and Michael (aka.
Mike Sr.) Pete worked as a chef in the merchant marines before he came to the states and later at various restaurants in Brooklyn and Chester, PA.