Monday, April 2, 2012

Powder Keg Restaurant


Powder Keg Restaurant was somehow kick started by the owner Paul Bruno’ s love of pizza.   He started to make them for himself at home.  But then the neighbors got to discover his pizzas and started to order a few for their own deep freeze.  And then it just grew and he began supplying other places in the vicinity.

Marcy, his wife, eventually threw him out of the kitchen and told to find his own place where he could cook a hundred or so pizzas.  Powder Keg was born!  Soon the pizzas were followed by a few gallons of chili con carne, as well as fish and chips with all the trimmings and easy-over eggs with ham steak or sirloin beef steak for breakfast.

While the menu grew, the prices remain affordable and  well under 200 pesos. Now and again Paul even grabs members of his rapidly-expanding Powder Keg Social Club and decides to go on a Sunday island-hopping and picnicking tour around Panglao Island.

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14 comments:

  1. Oh yum! That looks like my kind of place and sound like rib stickin' food! Thanks for sharing on Weekly Top Shot...

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  2. hmmm looks like a very good place to visit...I am suddenly hungry here!

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  3. That pizza looks good, cool place too!

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  4. Love the pictures. I found you on Weekly Top Shot. I'm now a new follower on GFC. I want to invite you to come visit my blog. I have a Photo challenge and I would love it if you came and entered. @ http://www.arosiesweethome.com/2012/03/picture-is-worth-thousand-words-photo.html
    I hope you come check it out.
    PS I also host a weekly party. The Sunday Round Up you can come share anything you like. http://www.arosiesweethome.com/
    Thanks
    Rose

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  5. So much to like about this place, just starting with that made by hand pizza. Is that a cooler in the corner where you can choose your own drink? We have a small place here in Louisville called ZiaLaLa(Venzualean-Italian) where you can do that. Looks like a great place to hang out with friends.

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  6. Oh, so cheesy..Yum!

    Visiting for YS- hope you can stop by:)

    http://myrecipecollection.info/2012/03/filipino-eggplant-salad.html

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  7. there is also a powder keg restaurant here :) it's a drinking place, sort of.

    i'm trying to lose weight, i cannot look at that pizza.

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  8. beautiful place and the pizza looks so cheesy delish :-) Dropping by from FTF.

    http://www.homecookingwithjessy.com/my-husbands-dinner-to-bring-to-work/

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  9. Cheese is my fave topping for my pizza too :-) Dropping by from YS.

    http://www.homecookingwithjessy.com/my-nieces-graduation-cake/

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  10. yum yum yum yum delisyosoooo! :) pizza are more interesting and challenging if the sauce it hot and spicy :) . . hehe :D
    This Visit is Brought to you by - Yummy Sunday.
    Come and Visit mine too -> http://www.yogionline.info/2012/04/03/celebration-for-my-sister/

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  11. Those are creamy delish pizza :-) Dropping by from YS.

    http://www.homecookingwithjessy.com/my-nieces-graduation-cake/

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  12. look like a nice place, good vibes and i think foods are yummy! that pizza looks so delicious, so cheesy! visiting late from last week's FTF, hope you can visit me back! thanks and have a great week. :)

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  13. back here late from last week's YS...i hope we can visit bohol someday, its in our list! :) thanks and see you around. :)

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