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By: Pãńg G.
Butter B Bakery
It's amazing the pumpkin spice cupcake is my favorite. You have to stop by. Its so moist, and all the others are amazing too. Like the truffles are amazing as well.
By: Heather S.
Dessert First Bakery Cafe
For my daughters birthday I tried calling here 5 times for a pricing on a cake, they never once answered!
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By: Alisha R.
Saxy Salon
Talented stylists who make your experience amazing!
By: danielle.balow
Bekki's Westside
Great hair stylist! Great communication and really great prices!
By: nickierick
Nicole's Downtown Salon & Spa
First off go to Emily Bethel ! She has done my hair a few times throughout the years & even did my hair for my wedding last year. It was perfect, didn't move out of style the whole night! My sister is getting married spring 2013, I was in town & stopped in to this salon I had gone to for years (where Emily had worked). I They were RUDE! Wouldn't give me ANY information where Emily had moved to. When I trusted them to trim my hair,they screwed it up.Luckily my Mom had received a postcard from Emily, with a discounted service, so I went to Nicole's last week for a hair color. WOW! What an upgrade! The place is beautiful! It is so clean & inviting! Everyone there looks professional & is friendly.They all pamper as soon as you walk in. The receptionist was such a sweetheart & eager to assist me. I will be back & we are planning to reserve my sister's wedding party there. I learned my lesson & will not go anywhere else when I come in town.Neither will my family.Its so nice to feel pampered & welcomed again.I love it!M.N.Erickyale
By: nickierick
Starr's Sister Salon
Really dirty. Unprofessional. Run down.I had my usual hairstylists that I would see throughout the years, back when I was growing up & in college.Even my wedding. Needless to say, I have been going to Starr Sister's forever, they were always there during my up bringing & lifetime events. I do not live in Eau Claire anymore & try to stop in when I'm in town.To my surprise, all the usual hairstylists I had, LEFT ! They are not working there anymore! Even the owner who had done my hair a few times, many years ago, was not there at that time either! There was only one stylist I recognized & she was booked. I have NEVER seen such a large turn over rate there! The owner's son,who was behind the desk, convinced me to give a newer stylist a try with 25% off. So I did. (which was a mistake)Then after he offered me coffee, he directed me where to get it, as soon as I showed interest. Classy. The girl who trimmed my hair was scared. She forgot to put the kick stand out, so my feet dangled while I got my hair washed. She rushed thru the scalp massage, got water down my back, took an hour to trim & gave me a basic blow dry style (that I could've done better at home)Now, there was a time when this salon was "it". The only place to go for your hair. It used to be fun & funky. Everyone there was happy & professional.Now the only funky thing about that place is the black mold growing in the wall IV bags. The walls look as though they are screaming for a fresh coat of paint. The art that was once fun, is smothered with inches of dust & outdated,since it's all the same art from years ago. NOTHING CHANGED. The place has poor ventilation which makes one wonder what they could be inhaling since this old building's ceiling is crumbling with old insulation hanging open & large holes exposed. Can we say public health hazard?Last but not least, when I went to check out, the receptionist didn't even make eye contact. He was very into his laptop at the time & could only draw enough attention away, to take my money. I would've thought that since I was there, giving HIS family business, a little more appreciation & respect would have been an obvious for him. My tradition to going to Starr's Sister is over. The place went from being "it" to the "has been". I don't expect allot.Apparently, its too much to ask for customer appreciation in a well maintained clean salon.M.N.Erickyale
By: patty.elsen
Half Moon Tea & Spice
Half Moon Tea & Spice was a fantastic shopping experience! The store had only been open for a few days when we stopped there, but was perfectly and attractively organized. The service was exceptional, both friendly and knowledgeable. And the products are phenomenal! I purchased the Strawberry-Vanilla Green Tea, which was great, and the Peppermint Herbal Tea, which is absolutely amazing! I also purchased a wonderful tea steeping thermal tumbler, which I love! I will go back...soon!!
By: susana.lvs
Saxy Salon
I am always greeted with a smile from the whole staff. Amanda always understands what I am looking for in a hairstyle and is always helpful in giving various color and hairstyle options.
By: mzoey64
Saxy Salon
Great service and friendly stylist love to get my hair done. Love It!
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