Convicted mobster hoping for a hit with NJ eatery
TV comes to life, didn't the Soprano's make Sunday gravy behind bars?
Would an owners felony record or previous 'employment' prevent you from enjoying his outstanding pork chops?
Gotta love Jersey.
It was the folks from Goodfellas (the late Henry Hill & co) who cooked in jail.
The folks from the Sopranos bragged about getting out before their dinner got cold. ;-)
To answer your question---if I worried about every felon who had a hand in cooking or serving me a meal, I'd worry a hell of a lot.
He did his time. Can he cook, or hire someone who knows how? That's all that matters.
As long as he's served his time and there isn't a chance that the place will get pipe-bombed, if the food is good I'd be all for going there.