Tartini & Pitza (continued)

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TARTINI (continued)

   A Dow Jones check shows that this drink was probably invented at the hip, new Soho Grand Hotel in New York City.
   From the News and Observer (Raleigh, NC), 2-25-98, pg. F4:

   The Soho Grand Hotel in New York serves a cheeky, cherry-red Tartini.  A blend of Stoli Razberi, Chambord raspberry liqueur and cranberry juice, it uncannily replicates the flavor of a melted Luden's cough drop.

PITZA (continued)

   A Dow Jones check shows that Newsday, 3-23-1990, cites a Brooklyn restaurant called Moustache Mideastern Pitza, 405 Atlantic Avenue, Boerum Hill, (718) 852-5555.
   The Atlanta Journal and Constitution (1997) and the Des Moines Register (1998) also show restaurants that serve "pitza," but "pitza" appears to come straight outta Brooklyn.


   The Dow Jones database turned up the Wall Street Journal, 11-20-1985, in a story about GM Class H and Class E stocks.

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