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Pot Belly

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Welcome to our Group's Dinkytown Pot Belly Review!


Click on the links below to listen to our podcasts:


1. On the way to Pot Belly

2. Outside of Pot Belly


Entrance to Potbelly                                          Looks like the place to be on game day!



          View of Potbelly from the street                                                                                                                                                                The back stairs to Potbelly


3. Inside Pot Bell

4. Pot Belly Observations





Once inside, it is time to choose. Are you hungry for an original, Big, or Skinny? While at the counter it is not unusual to hear someone order "The Wreck". 





A mixture of high and low glossy wooden top, decorated tables are scattered about the restaurant. High back chairs are neither inviting or dismissing to the occupants. Loud, upbeat music fills the space forcing students to speak loudly while sharing conversations at their table or while waiting in line.  



After observing Potbelly, the original location of The Purple Onion, we decide to journey to The Purple Onion for comparison. 


5. Outside of Purple Onion



6. Inside Purple Onion

7. Why People Like the Purple Onion

8. Final Thoughts

Comments (2)

Richard Beach said

at 1:07 pm on Sep 26, 2009

Really enjoyed these verbal reports about the details and atmosphere of these two sites. Comparing the Purple Onion with Pot Belly allowed you to better understand each of their primary cultures--that, in contrast to the chain, fast-food nature of Pot Belly, Purple Onion has a more particular, unique culture that appeals to students.

Trista Zobitz said

at 9:58 pm on Sep 27, 2009

I added the photos to this page.

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