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By: Katina F.
International Hair and Spa
Rosie is the one who cut my hair. She makes my hair look good. She can make your any way you would want it.
By: Newton O.
Good meet and good location
By: editosh
Christine And Company Inc
Welcome to Christine and Company. At Christine and Company from contemporary hair designs to what's happening in hair today, for the latest coloring techniques, cutting, hair extensions, nail services, waxing, cosmetic services and spa, our professionals are experts to fit each clients needs. We provide a warm welcome to all our clients and walk-ins, we are very proud of the friendly atmosphere we have.
By: streeeze
Ciao Cucina Bar
Excellent restaurant - brunch was awesome ! Will definitely go back ! Had their pizza as well and it was delicious !
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By: Julie M.
The Muffuletta
We love 160!!! This was always out go to place for a quick but delicious meal. The food was always consistent, The staff are friendly and the restaurant is always clean!!!
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By: Joaquin D.
Landlubber's Raw Bar & Grill
Love it! Great service! Great cheese burgers and chicken wings and boneless wings! Great temperature beer
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By: Granite M.
Christine And Company Inc
Best customer service , hair care and environment in South FL. I have been a client for over 10 years and I only have great things to say about the owner Christine and her staff . I highly recommend their services .
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By: dog101
J & J Vendors
A+++ service always have snacks stocked and machines are clean !!! They have wonderful pleasant employees !! I recommend this company !!
By: J B.
Red Rock Oasis & Grill
Best wings around! Go R n R sauce!
By: Jennifer B.
Rock N Roll Ribs
My husband and I just spent $33 on 2 take out meals from Rock N Roll Ribs. .. We wanted 1 extra BBQ sauce for 1 of the meals. They actually wanted us to pay for the sauce. we really wanted some sauce, so we decided to pay for it, heres the best part the employee didnt know how to use the register, so he couldnt ring the sauce out for us. So instead of figuring out how to charge us for the sauce he just said he could ring it we didn't get any extra sauce. the other rediculous part is if you go in there to eat they have bottles of BBQ sauce sitting on the tables for customers to use as much as they want...yet because we got take out we now had to pay for BBQ sauce for the BBQ meal we just got. We spoke with the manager, Jose and explained that we weren't asking for something unreasonable, just an extra BBQ sauce. Jose just kept repeating that his boss doesn't want him to give customers extra sauce, he said they hand mix the sauce. For a small business to nickel and dime their customers says a lot about what kind of business they are. They truly don't care about customer service, they don't care if they lose a customer. So if you sit down to eat in Rock N Roll Ribs you can have as much sauce as you want, but if you get take out, you will be charged for BBQ just doesn't make sense. I will never go back, nor will I ever recommend Rock N Roll Ribs to anyone. There are plenty of good BBQ restaurants in florida. It's unfortunate that the manager, Jose couldn't see the value in making a customer happy ...instead he lost a unhappy customer tells more people about the experience they have.
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