Wilson Pitruzzelli Investment

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I was the artist next door when Wurstkuche invaded the LA Arts District in 2009 and began illegally using the Artist in Residence directly next to my studio as a commercial warehouse for the restaurant next door, disrupting my life and all the artist around them. As their neighbor, what else can I say that this domain name doesn't? So I registered it in response to the frivolous $100,000.00 wienerless law suit filed against me for my personal blogs about what the self serving corporate douche bag republican owners of Wurstkuche, Wilson, Pitruzzelli Investments, AKA Joseph Pitruzzelli and Tyler Wilson put me through after they arrived as my self centered consciousless republican neighbors. This sign "Wurstkuche Sucks, No respect for their artist neighbors" was in my studio window directly next to Wurstkuche in the LA Arts District for the last 6 months I was there and the saying still rings true today. But that sign only went up after a year and a half of trying to be nice to these sleazy republican ass-holes while trying to get them to respect the actual residential aspect of the Artist in Residence they are still illegally using as their noisy 24 hour commercial warehouse for their restaurant next door.

I moved out of the Arts District in February, 2011 as a direct result of Wurstkuche moving in and their illegally using the AIR unit directly next to me, a long time residential artist's loft, as an non stop noisy 24 hour commercial warehouse for there restaurant next door. They disrupted my life, made my creative live work space in the heart of the LA Arts District un-creative and un-livable, put me in a battle with my self serving jackass landlord Paul Solomon, tried to villainize me with blatantly twisted mendacity's for standing up for my personal rights as they consciously and continuously tortured me as their neighbor, violating my rights on a 7 day a week, 24 hour basis with the illegal use of that AIR unit, a residential unit in what was an artist's loft directly next to me at 808 E. 3rd St. for decades before they arrived. NO RESPECT FOR THEIR ARTIST NEIGHBORS!

And now they want to pretend that somehow they are the victim here because they don't like my blogs about what they put me through? You harass me out of my arts district studio and you are the victims? What sick, twisted, hypocritical, pathetic republican douche bags Joseph Pitruzzelli and Tyler Wilson are! They are the wiener boys! My personal anti-artist republican demons who have invaded the LA Arts District and my life with nothing but noise, smoke, congestion and blatant harassment. I left the arts district after fighting Wurstkuche and my landlord Paul Solomon over the hell he illegally allowed Wurstkuche to put me through on a 24 hour basis. But Joseph Pitruzzelli and Tyler Wilson apparently didn't want to let my two year old blogs about what I went through with them go, and now once again almost a year after moving out of the arts district, these pathetic sleazy self serving ass-holes have invaded my life again with a blatant harassment law suit as they actually have the nerve to try and sue me for nothing more then "harsh language" in my own personal blogs. After what you two little yuppie bitches put me through?? You're the victim? What a f-ucking joke!

What the wiener boys call defamation, I call documentation of my horrendous experiences with them as neighbors after they moved in! Violating my personal rights to live in peace for two full years on a daily basis! And as far as I'm concerned they are now blatantly trying to violate my first amendment rights as well! What frivolous bull-s h i t this law suit is after what these f-ucking pathetic ass-holes physically and mentally put me through as their neighbor! As if they can actually deny it! Okay ass-holes, as they used to say in school: "Now you've got a permanent record". WurstkucheSucks.com & WurstkucheBlogs.com. And with them, yes, a lot more blogs! Great move wiener boys! What do you think you little yuppie bitches... My own personal Wurstkuche history site with all the evidence I collected of how you arrived in the Arts District on my studio's front porch and on my creative back! YOU ARE HYPOCRITICAL SELF SERVING REPUBLICAN ASS-HOLES!

WurstkucheSucks.com and WurstkucheBlogs.com have the facts, evidence as well as personal blogs documenting what you little arrogant pricks put me through after you arrived including the citings by the city of Los Angeles for your illegal use of an AIR as a 24 hour commercial warehouse.
David Goldner

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★☆☆☆☆

I was the artist next door when Wurstkuche invaded the LA Arts District in 2009 and began illegally using the Artist in Residence directly next to my studio as a commercial warehouse for the restaurant next door, disrupting my life and all the artist around them. As their neighbor, what else can I say that this domain name doesn't? So I registered it in response to the frivolous $100,000.00 wienerless law suit filed against me for my personal blogs about what the self serving corporate douche bag republican owners of Wurstkuche, Wilson, Pitruzzelli Investments, AKA Joseph Pitruzzelli and Tyler Wilson put me through after they arrived as my self centered consciousless republican neighbors. This sign "Wurstkuche Sucks, No respect for their artist neighbors" was in my studio window directly next to Wurstkuche in the LA Arts District for the last 6 months I was there and the saying still rings true today. But that sign only went up after a year and a half of trying to be nice to these sleazy republican ass-holes while trying to get them to respect the actual residential aspect of the Artist in Residence they are still illegally using as their noisy 24 hour commercial warehouse for their restaurant next door.

I moved out of the Arts District in February, 2011 as a direct result of Wurstkuche moving in and their illegally using the AIR unit directly next to me, a long time residential artist's loft, as an non stop noisy 24 hour commercial warehouse for there restaurant next door. They disrupted my life, made my creative live work space in the heart of the LA Arts District un-creative and un-livable, put me in a battle with my self serving jackass landlord Paul Solomon, tried to villainize me with blatantly twisted mendacity's for standing up for my personal rights as they consciously and continuously tortured me as their neighbor, violating my rights on a 7 day a week, 24 hour basis with the illegal use of that AIR unit, a residential unit in what was an artist's loft directly next to me at 808 E. 3rd St. for decades before they arrived. NO RESPECT FOR THEIR ARTIST NEIGHBORS!

And now they want to pretend that somehow they are the victim here because they don't like my blogs about what they put me through? You harass me out of my arts district studio and you are the victims? What sick, twisted, hypocritical, pathetic republican douche bags Joseph Pitruzzelli and Tyler Wilson are! They are the wiener boys! My personal anti-artist republican demons who have invaded the LA Arts District and my life with nothing but noise, smoke, congestion and blatant harassment. I left the arts district after fighting Wurstkuche and my landlord Paul Solomon over the hell he illegally allowed Wurstkuche to put me through on a 24 hour basis. But Joseph Pitruzzelli and Tyler Wilson apparently didn't want to let my two year old blogs about what I went through with them go, and now once again almost a year after moving out of the arts district, these pathetic sleazy self serving ass-holes have invaded my life again with a blatant harassment law suit as they actually have the nerve to try and sue me for nothing more then "harsh language" in my own personal blogs. After what you two little yuppie bitches put me through?? You're the victim? What a f-ucking joke!

What the wiener boys call defamation, I call documentation of my horrendous experiences with them as neighbors after they moved in! Violating my personal rights to live in peace for two full years on a daily basis! And as far as I'm concerned they are now blatantly trying to violate my first amendment rights as well! What frivolous bull-s h i t this law suit is after what these f-ucking pathetic ass-holes physically and mentally put me through as their neighbor! As if they can actually deny it! Okay ass-holes, as they used to say in school: "Now you've got a permanent record". WurstkucheSucks.com & WurstkucheBlogs.com. And with them, yes, a lot more blogs! Great move wiener boys! What do you think you little yuppie bitches... My own personal Wurstkuche history site with all the evidence I collected of how you arrived in the Arts District on my studio's front porch and on my creative back! YOU ARE HYPOCRITICAL SELF SERVING REPUBLICAN ASS-HOLES!

WurstkucheSucks.com and WurstkucheBlogs.com have the facts, evidence as well as personal blogs documenting what you little arrogant pricks put me through after you arrived including the citings by the city of Los Angeles for your illegal use of an AIR as a 24 hour commercial warehouse.
David Goldner

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This place is smokin'. I dined here a while ago for my German class get together. I was amazed at the variety of sausage and beer that they had to offer. I was really fun, the fries are good and greasy (the good way :-) )

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★★★★★

This place is smokin'. I dined here a while ago for my German class get together. I was amazed at the variety of sausage and beer that they had to offer. I was really fun, the fries are good and greasy (the good way :-) )

Pros: Great and numerous selections of sausage and beer

Cons: Share a Bench table

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With so many restaurants recycling the same few food items- Kobe sliders and truffle mac and cheese, to name a few- Wurstkuche distinguishes itself from the pack with a refreshingly unique menu. They bill themselves as a ??purveyor of exotic grilled sausages,? and that??s exactly what they deliver. They serve nearly two-dozen different kinds of sausages ranging from the tame such as the Vegetarian Smoked Apple Sage and traditional style Kielbasa to the more adventurous like the Alligator & Pork or the Rattlesnake & Rabbit. Personally, I was not brave enough to try any of these exotic meats, but everyone who does says that they are really good. The sausages might be what lure you in, but it??s with the rest of their menu that they prove that they really know what they??re doing. ??Do you want fries with that?? Yes! You absolutely do! In my opinion, their double dipped fries are just as much of a draw as their sausages. It??s not just the fries that are amazing, however, it??s the dipping sauces from which there are over ten to choose from including a white truffle oil glaze, bleu cheese walnut and bacon, and Thai peanut. Of course, I have to mention the desserts as well. They serve Coolhaus ice cream sandwiches here! Yay! Great for if you??re too lazy to track down the truck. There??s also convenient street parking which is always a plus.

Here??s the catch: When you enter, you have to go all the way around to the back kitchen to order, and this line can be extremely long. Once you??ve done this, you can proceed to the dining area that resembles a cafeteria with its community tables and long benches. It??s actually a fun atmosphere as long as you don??t mind sharing your space. Also, because it??s so crowded the food can take a while, but this brings me to the final reason why this spot is so awesome- their beer selection. While you wait, there is an incredible selection of Belgium and German beers to pick from. If you can??t make up your mind, the bartenders really know their stuff here and can help you out. Or if you know exactly what you want and want a lot of it, you can get a boot of beer! This is a great spot for an adventurous group with nowhere to be.

2
★★★★☆

With so many restaurants recycling the same few food items- Kobe sliders and truffle mac and cheese, to name a few- Wurstkuche distinguishes itself from the pack with a refreshingly unique menu. They bill themselves as a ??purveyor of exotic grilled sausages,? and that??s exactly what they deliver. They serve nearly two-dozen different kinds of sausages ranging from the tame such as the Vegetarian Smoked Apple Sage and traditional style Kielbasa to the more adventurous like the Alligator & Pork or the Rattlesnake & Rabbit. Personally, I was not brave enough to try any of these exotic meats, but everyone who does says that they are really good. The sausages might be what lure you in, but it??s with the rest of their menu that they prove that they really know what they??re doing. ??Do you want fries with that?? Yes! You absolutely do! In my opinion, their double dipped fries are just as much of a draw as their sausages. It??s not just the fries that are amazing, however, it??s the dipping sauces from which there are over ten to choose from including a white truffle oil glaze, bleu cheese walnut and bacon, and Thai peanut. Of course, I have to mention the desserts as well. They serve Coolhaus ice cream sandwiches here! Yay! Great for if you??re too lazy to track down the truck. There??s also convenient street parking which is always a plus.

Here??s the catch: When you enter, you have to go all the way around to the back kitchen to order, and this line can be extremely long. Once you??ve done this, you can proceed to the dining area that resembles a cafeteria with its community tables and long benches. It??s actually a fun atmosphere as long as you don??t mind sharing your space. Also, because it??s so crowded the food can take a while, but this brings me to the final reason why this spot is so awesome- their beer selection. While you wait, there is an incredible selection of Belgium and German beers to pick from. If you can??t make up your mind, the bartenders really know their stuff here and can help you out. Or if you know exactly what you want and want a lot of it, you can get a boot of beer! This is a great spot for an adventurous group with nowhere to be.

Pros: Unique and delicious menu. Great beer selection.

Cons: Crowded

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After I came back from Germany I was looking for a place where they had cool restaurants and German bars and I found this bar, the sausage is so good

and my husband and I love it, we have only been there too times but looking forward to go every other week. The enviorment is awesome and nobody gets crazy. I would only suggest that waiters take orders and don't have to go to the bar everytime I want something and it's also good to see German ppl around

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★★★★☆

After I came back from Germany I was looking for a place where they had cool restaurants and German bars and I found this bar, the sausage is so good

and my husband and I love it, we have only been there too times but looking forward to go every other week. The enviorment is awesome and nobody gets crazy. I would only suggest that waiters take orders and don't have to go to the bar everytime I want something and it's also good to see German ppl around

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NOTE: I don't know what it reads that this is a review for Wilson Pitruzzelli Investment
800 E 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90013??????????????????????????????

IT'S NOT!

It's for Wurstkuche Restaurant!!

My husband and I celebrated a different kind of Valentine's Day this year. Instead of our usual fancy "schmancy" dinner out, we opted for an afternoon trek downtown to Wurstkuche, the "Purveyor of Exotic Grilled Sausages".

After we parked (conveniently right out front of Wurstkuche Restaurant), we walked in and quickly went over the menu. The sausages are broken down into three categories: "Classics", "Gourmet" and "Exotics". I ordered the Duck & Bacon with Jalapeno Pepper Sausage ($7.75) and Peter went for the Rattlesnake & Rabbit with Jalapeno Peppers ($7.75)

Along with sausages we also ordered Belgian Fries ($3.50) with Truffle Oil (+$1.50), which came with a dipping sauce. Choices were: Sweet and Sassy BBQ, Blue Cheese Walnut Bacon, Buttermilk Ranch, Thai Peanut, Tzatziki, Chipolte Ketchup, Sundried Tomato Mayo, Chipolte Mayo and Pesto Mayo. We selected the Blue Cheese Walnut Bacon.

The list of beers (draft and bottled) were a little intimidating because, honestly, we're not really into beer, so basically we blindly chose one each. Both draft beers, I selected the Chimay White and Peter ordered the Houblan Chouffe which was an Indian Pale. Both of our beers were good. My Chimay White was crisp and a tiny bit bitter (in a good way). Peter's beer (the Indian pale, Houblan Chouffe) was amazing. I kept sipping it trying to figure out the flavor I was tasting, and I swear there was a hint of passion fruit.

Between the two sausages we shared, we both really loved the Duck, Bacon with Jalapeno and will definitely order that again and again. Next time we'll have to try the Alligator & Pork or Green Chillies & Cilantro as well.

Note: The Rattlesnake & Rabbit with Jalapeno Peppers was good, but the Duck, Bacon with Jalapeno was "make your eyes roll back in your head" good. Lots of photos on MyLastBite dot com

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★★★★★

NOTE: I don't know what it reads that this is a review for Wilson Pitruzzelli Investment
800 E 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90013??????????????????????????????

IT'S NOT!

It's for Wurstkuche Restaurant!!

My husband and I celebrated a different kind of Valentine's Day this year. Instead of our usual fancy "schmancy" dinner out, we opted for an afternoon trek downtown to Wurstkuche, the "Purveyor of Exotic Grilled Sausages".

After we parked (conveniently right out front of Wurstkuche Restaurant), we walked in and quickly went over the menu. The sausages are broken down into three categories: "Classics", "Gourmet" and "Exotics". I ordered the Duck & Bacon with Jalapeno Pepper Sausage ($7.75) and Peter went for the Rattlesnake & Rabbit with Jalapeno Peppers ($7.75)

Along with sausages we also ordered Belgian Fries ($3.50) with Truffle Oil (+$1.50), which came with a dipping sauce. Choices were: Sweet and Sassy BBQ, Blue Cheese Walnut Bacon, Buttermilk Ranch, Thai Peanut, Tzatziki, Chipolte Ketchup, Sundried Tomato Mayo, Chipolte Mayo and Pesto Mayo. We selected the Blue Cheese Walnut Bacon.

The list of beers (draft and bottled) were a little intimidating because, honestly, we're not really into beer, so basically we blindly chose one each. Both draft beers, I selected the Chimay White and Peter ordered the Houblan Chouffe which was an Indian Pale. Both of our beers were good. My Chimay White was crisp and a tiny bit bitter (in a good way). Peter's beer (the Indian pale, Houblan Chouffe) was amazing. I kept sipping it trying to figure out the flavor I was tasting, and I swear there was a hint of passion fruit.

Between the two sausages we shared, we both really loved the Duck, Bacon with Jalapeno and will definitely order that again and again. Next time we'll have to try the Alligator & Pork or Green Chillies & Cilantro as well.

Note: The Rattlesnake & Rabbit with Jalapeno Peppers was good, but the Duck, Bacon with Jalapeno was "make your eyes roll back in your head" good. Lots of photos on MyLastBite dot com

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Wow. If you're looking for something more than your average brew on tap and want to sink your teeth into killer flavors ... look no further! I had the alligator / andouille with belgian fries and washed it all down with two Spaten Optimators ... if they don't have one of these joints in Heaven, I'm staying right here! Don't let the small front dining area fool you. They're expanding in the back ... with yet another tap bar. Sweet! Guys and dolls will appreciate the portions ... not monstrous, but perfect with fries and brew. It's an affordable escape. Street parking takes some patience (or luck) ... but definitely worth it. The crew is friendly and willing to answer questions. Curious about the different brews? Ask for a taster. This place rocks!

2
★★★★★

Wow. If you're looking for something more than your average brew on tap and want to sink your teeth into killer flavors ... look no further! I had the alligator / andouille with belgian fries and washed it all down with two Spaten Optimators ... if they don't have one of these joints in Heaven, I'm staying right here! Don't let the small front dining area fool you. They're expanding in the back ... with yet another tap bar. Sweet! Guys and dolls will appreciate the portions ... not monstrous, but perfect with fries and brew. It's an affordable escape. Street parking takes some patience (or luck) ... but definitely worth it. The crew is friendly and willing to answer questions. Curious about the different brews? Ask for a taster. This place rocks!

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This neighborhood is great. If only my company would move downtown!

This place is as legit as it gets in LA. Its no TEDs Hot Dogs(Buffalo NY) but they cook original and tasty sausage on an indoor grill.

The fries were awesome and the bacon dipping sause was addictive as was the curry ketchup.

Suggestions: More food/drink for the buck.
For a $7 beer I want an f'ing stein, not a shot glass.
The price of a sausage is a little outrageous, this isn't Staples center.

2
★★★★☆

This neighborhood is great. If only my company would move downtown!

This place is as legit as it gets in LA. Its no TEDs Hot Dogs(Buffalo NY) but they cook original and tasty sausage on an indoor grill.

The fries were awesome and the bacon dipping sause was addictive as was the curry ketchup.

Suggestions: More food/drink for the buck.
For a $7 beer I want an f'ing stein, not a shot glass.
The price of a sausage is a little outrageous, this isn't Staples center.

Pros: neighborhood, fries, downtown

Cons: expensive

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Wurstkuche opened Sat., 11/15/08, and I've been back 3 times. This Arts District restaurant has a list of flame grilled sausages that no other restaurant comes close to having. Start with your basic, but delicious, sweet Italian, to their not so basic alligator, onto rattlesnake rabbit, and you'll find one to satisfy any taste. 20 different sausages in all. Then come the toppings caramelized onions, grilled hot peppers, grilled sweet peppers, sauerkraut, 6 choices of mustards and thats not all. How about fresh house cut Belgian fries paired with 15 tasty dipping sauces. Now for the clincher they have 24 Belgian and German beers on tap, all of them premium beers,along with 8 bottled beers. For those of you who would prefer a soft drink they have 15 from small producers from around the country. My favorite was a cucumber soda, I also liked an espresso soda they have. By the way the rolls that are used at this establishment are bake fresh daily by HomeBoys Bakery just a few blocks away on Alameda, I think it's a good thing to support a worthy cause like HomeBoys and to use a local business. Well, I've made myself hungry writing this so it's time to head over to 800 E. 3rd. and have a grilled spicy chicken mango with jalepeno sausage,some Belgian fries and a nice cold Chemy White.

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★★★★★

Wurstkuche opened Sat., 11/15/08, and I've been back 3 times. This Arts District restaurant has a list of flame grilled sausages that no other restaurant comes close to having. Start with your basic, but delicious, sweet Italian, to their not so basic alligator, onto rattlesnake rabbit, and you'll find one to satisfy any taste. 20 different sausages in all. Then come the toppings caramelized onions, grilled hot peppers, grilled sweet peppers, sauerkraut, 6 choices of mustards and thats not all. How about fresh house cut Belgian fries paired with 15 tasty dipping sauces. Now for the clincher they have 24 Belgian and German beers on tap, all of them premium beers,along with 8 bottled beers. For those of you who would prefer a soft drink they have 15 from small producers from around the country. My favorite was a cucumber soda, I also liked an espresso soda they have. By the way the rolls that are used at this establishment are bake fresh daily by HomeBoys Bakery just a few blocks away on Alameda, I think it's a good thing to support a worthy cause like HomeBoys and to use a local business. Well, I've made myself hungry writing this so it's time to head over to 800 E. 3rd. and have a grilled spicy chicken mango with jalepeno sausage,some Belgian fries and a nice cold Chemy White.

Pros: excellent food, fabulous list of beers on tap, very helpful service outside seating

Cons: small space

 

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