08/02/2012
By: sean.olivo.1
Bambinos Pizzeria
Friendly staff. SImple, well-kept facilities. Prices are fair. Kids spaghetti was overcooked, was made with linguine noodles and was "undersauced". Kids chicken fingers were decent. A higher quality chicken finger was used (as opposed to processed-meat IckNuggets served elsewhere). Anti-pasta salad was fresh, although the various meats it's served with could have been chopped up into smaller pieces (just a personal preference). Lastly the pizza. I went all out a got an 18 in meat lovers. Toppings were plentiful. In fact, it was hard to not make a small mess as I wrangled the large slice into my mouth. Dough/crust wasn't too tough or two soft; just right. My only gripe is that the pizza could have been browned a bit more on top (again, a personal preference). Overall, I would give it 3.5 stars there is on half stars allowed in the rating system. I will def try this place again. Still have yet to try stromboli, sandwiches, calzones, etc.
08/12/2015
By: Kay M.
Millbrook United
I have seen all the reviews on this property and decided to go and take a look. It is defiantly an older community and I would even go as far as to say they are just as old inside that apartment but they were clean. What I found was that the price was good and the staff was super friendly. So my husband and I took the leap and rented because of him being in the military we needed to secure something fast and they have the largest apartments in the area. Well things didn't go to smooth but I have to say they did everything in there power to make it right for us right away. I was very please with how they corrected everything for us. They even checked back with us several times to make sure everything was going good. So far we have been here two months and I have to say we have been please.
09/07/2017
By: Lashaun R.
The Lennox Apartments
I moved here from Atlanta , because the apts are spacious, the assistant manager was really nice and community seemed quite. But now I can't wait until my lease is up to be on the first thing smoking out of here. Don't get me wrong, the maintenance comes right away, the assistant manager is very professional, the community is quite; however the manager is very rude. Then when you call corporate to address your experience, they brush it off with preconceived notions after getting the scoop from the very person your complaining about. Wouldn't refer anyone I knew here even with $200 off rent.
03/15/2014
By: Willow S.
Hungry Howie's
Augusta normally has bad-terrible service, but Hungry Howie's is a complete exception. The staff are top notch and the food is an awesome value with great quality. The girl who usually makes my order always remembers me and is very helpful. Hungry Howie's is your best bet for lunchtime meals. They're quick and mine's never had any issues. Thanks for finally being the one place in Augusta I KNOW I'll be treated as more than another number in their address book.
03/19/2014
By: Vianellelampkin@gmail.com P.
Fox Den
I was going through a hard time financially and heard about fox den apartments. I was surprised at how modern the apartments were and how well kept they appeared. I pay a low rent but I dont feel like im in a unsafe neighborhood. There are kids running around and close family and friends. I am grateful for fox den.
03/20/2013
By: missbeasley
Brookside West
I initially thought I would like Brookside, but an encounter with Rob is leaving me questioning my move. I"m hoping it was misunderstanding and things will settle down but I feel a Travon Martin situation in the brewing (not on the shooting level but on the stereotypical way)
08/14/2017
By: Daenerys T.
Iron Horse Apartments
Been living here for over a year and I'm still loving it. The people in the office alwayz treat me with respect & friendliness -- and they always remember my name. Their maintenance crew is timely, efficient & polite. It's a nice place to live
01/24/2015
By: brad.usry.9
Hungry Howie's
I ordered from them from my campsite at heritage rv driver called me and confirmed site and was a very friendly driver and pizza was great
07/09/2011
By: caradoran
Robolli's Pizza and Wings
Food is goog! Staff is nice and efficient! Atmosphere is friendly. Owners are great! Eat there all the time!
06/14/2013
By: gigisullivan
Crazy Turks Pizza
The philly sub was absolutely amazing. The fries were just as flavorful as the sub. Service was great.
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