Mario and Luigi restaurants in Manchester

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12 Responses to “Mario and Luigi restaurants in Manchester”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Luigi sells pizzas, kebabs, and burgers; Mario owns a bakery and confectionery

  2. Amsterdaam says:

    Don’t do that to me this early in the morning. I look at the picture, and clearly Mario sells the confectioneries and Luigi is the pizza guy.

  3. Amsterdaam says:

    Also, I hear Luigi still twitches when you order your pizza with mushrooms.

  4. nanuq says:

    Luigi seems more paranoid than his brother considering his shop is more fortified. Maybe bakeries are less likely to be robbed than pizzerias.

    • Pantograph says:

      This photo is obviously taken early in the morning when the bread trade is booming and the pizza trade is closed.

      • george57l says:

        “This photo is obviously taken early in the morning when the bread trade is booming and the pizza trade is closed.”

        Hence the Lollipop lady in the picture. (They only come out at around 8am-ish and 3.30pm-ish when the school day starts/ends)

        • Anonymous says:

          If they venture out at any other time, they turn to dust…

          Incidentally, I’ve walked past here quite a few times as a friend lives just down the road. Upon mentioning this today, I was informed that Marios now sells childrens toys as well.

  5. Vorteks says:

    You got your descriptions of the two restaurants mixed up….

  6. hubbledeej says:

    Manchester, also home to the Canadian Charcoal Pit restaurant: http://farm1.static.flickr.com/31/97684331_e5085133b1.jpg

  7. Powerphail says:

    I live in Manchester and I’ve been past here before

  8. Harrkev says:

    Huh? I always thought that they were plumbers.

  9. anachronismo says:

    Do you think it is a coincidence that Mario’s sign is red and Luigi;s is green?

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